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Richard Gorelick and The Baltimore Sun | September 4, 2013
Baltimore's Nikki Lewis will compete on Thursday night's episode of "Supermarket Superstar," the new Lifetime show in which hopeful food entrepreneurs compete to get their products on grocery store shelves. The show is hosted by Rosedale native Stacy Keibler.   Lewis is the developer of Mallow Crunchies, a marshmallow treat she sells at area farmers markets as well as at The Mallow Bar , her own dessert cafe in Rosedale.    Each week on "Supermarket Superstar," three contestants compete for $10,000 in cash and $100,000 in product development, with an ultimate goal of having the A&P supermarket chain put the winning contestant's product in its stores.
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By Julie Scharper, The Baltimore Sun | July 17, 2014
Stacy Keibler plans to take a special supplement after she gives birth next month -- a pill made from her placenta. The Rosedale native and host of "Supermarket Superstar" is among a growing number of women who are returning to the ancient practice of consuming the placenta , the organ which nourishes the fetus during pregnancy. Most other mammals eat the placenta immediately after birth, as do many women in some Asian and African cultures.  Some believe that consuming the placenta can ward off postpartum depression, boost energy and speed healing, although few studies have been conducted.
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The Baltimore Sun | March 24, 2014
Stacy Keibler told People magazine that she's expecting a baby this summer. The news comes a couple weeks after Keibler and tech entrepreneur Jared Pobre married in a private ceremony in Mexico . Keibler, a Rosedale native, also shared the pregnancy news today on her Instagram account . She posted a photo of a bun in an oven, accompanied by this cute caption: "Look what we've got cooking! A Bun'dle of love!" The actress and TV personality rose to fame as a wrestler on WWE shows like "Smackdown" and "Raw.
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The Baltimore Sun | March 24, 2014
Stacy Keibler told People magazine that she's expecting a baby this summer. The news comes a couple weeks after Keibler and tech entrepreneur Jared Pobre married in a private ceremony in Mexico . Keibler, a Rosedale native, also shared the pregnancy news today on her Instagram account . She posted a photo of a bun in an oven, accompanied by this cute caption: "Look what we've got cooking! A Bun'dle of love!" The actress and TV personality rose to fame as a wrestler on WWE shows like "Smackdown" and "Raw.
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By Julie Scharper, The Baltimore Sun | July 17, 2014
Stacy Keibler plans to take a special supplement after she gives birth next month -- a pill made from her placenta. The Rosedale native and host of "Supermarket Superstar" is among a growing number of women who are returning to the ancient practice of consuming the placenta , the organ which nourishes the fetus during pregnancy. Most other mammals eat the placenta immediately after birth, as do many women in some Asian and African cultures.  Some believe that consuming the placenta can ward off postpartum depression, boost energy and speed healing, although few studies have been conducted.
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By Jill Rosen and The Baltimore Sun | April 9, 2013
Stacy Keibler is inching closer to becoming TV's next Heidi Klum. Fans might recall last summer Lifetime announced Keibler would host a new reality show, "Supermarket Superstars. " But until now, no one's heard much more about it. UK's Daily Mail has posted pictures of Keibler leaving the set -- which means the show is moving along and just might be ready for public consumption soon. Keibler's reps tell Insider to expect the show to air in July. The program sounds a lot like "Fashion Star," but with food.
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By Chris Kaltenbach, The Baltimore Sun | July 18, 2013
Despite evidence to the contrary, Baltimore-born Claire Kosloff insists that there's no Charm City Mafia operating behind the scenes of Lifetime's "Supermarket Superstar. " No, she swears, it's just a coincidence that the show's host (Stacy Keibler) is from Baltimore, that one of its contestants (Nikki Lewis) is from Baltimore and that the show's co-executive producer (Kosloff) is from Baltimore. "There's a bunch of Baltimore people, but it's just by accident," says Kosloff, who supervised much of the show's writing, directing and behind-the-scenes planning.
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By Chris Kaltenbach and The Baltimore Sun | July 8, 2013
The on-again, off-again relationship of Stacy Keibler and George Clooney appears to be off, according to People magazine , which quotes a "source close to the couple" as saying the pair "... quietly stopped being a couple several weeks ago. " The culprit? People reports that Keibler, 33, wants to start a family some day. According to the magazine's source, "She knows where George stands on that. " But don't expect a war of words to break out anytime soon; the split appears amicable.
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By David Zurawik and The Baltimore Sun | July 19, 2013
Rosedale native Stacy Keibler is happy to talk about her new cable TV show, her new blog, a new line of healthy foods she's introducing - but not her old boyfriend, George. “I'm not really going to get into anything personal,” the 33-year-old former Baltimore Ravens cheerleader said in an interview with The Baltimore Sun last week. “So sorry, so sorry, but I'm just not going to talk about my personal life.” No need to be sorry, Stacy. Baltimore will still love you, even if you won't talk about the breakup of your widely publicized two-year relationship with George Clooney.
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Richard Gorelick and The Baltimore Sun | September 4, 2013
Baltimore's Nikki Lewis will compete on Thursday night's episode of "Supermarket Superstar," the new Lifetime show in which hopeful food entrepreneurs compete to get their products on grocery store shelves. The show is hosted by Rosedale native Stacy Keibler.   Lewis is the developer of Mallow Crunchies, a marshmallow treat she sells at area farmers markets as well as at The Mallow Bar , her own dessert cafe in Rosedale.    Each week on "Supermarket Superstar," three contestants compete for $10,000 in cash and $100,000 in product development, with an ultimate goal of having the A&P supermarket chain put the winning contestant's product in its stores.
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By Chris Kaltenbach, The Baltimore Sun | July 18, 2013
Despite evidence to the contrary, Baltimore-born Claire Kosloff insists that there's no Charm City Mafia operating behind the scenes of Lifetime's "Supermarket Superstar. " No, she swears, it's just a coincidence that the show's host (Stacy Keibler) is from Baltimore, that one of its contestants (Nikki Lewis) is from Baltimore and that the show's co-executive producer (Kosloff) is from Baltimore. "There's a bunch of Baltimore people, but it's just by accident," says Kosloff, who supervised much of the show's writing, directing and behind-the-scenes planning.
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By Jill Rosen and The Baltimore Sun | April 9, 2013
Stacy Keibler is inching closer to becoming TV's next Heidi Klum. Fans might recall last summer Lifetime announced Keibler would host a new reality show, "Supermarket Superstars. " But until now, no one's heard much more about it. UK's Daily Mail has posted pictures of Keibler leaving the set -- which means the show is moving along and just might be ready for public consumption soon. Keibler's reps tell Insider to expect the show to air in July. The program sounds a lot like "Fashion Star," but with food.
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