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Easter Surprise at Grill den Henssler (VOX): Editors put TV chef Stephen Hensler (49) in the nest!

In the competition against three celebrities Sonia Krause (48), Mickey Krause (51) and Elka Besin (50), Hensler pressed three times this time.

Presenter Laura Wontorra (33 years old) announced the unique innovation at the beginning: “For the first time, all cooking cycles will be cooked in parallel and at the same time during the show!” That means: Sonya Kraus had 40 minutes for the starter, Mickey Kraus had 90 minutes for the main course, and Ilka Bessin had 145 comfort minutes for dessert. On the other hand, Henssler had to prepare the three courses himself!


The Easter Bunny himself brought the menu cardPhoto: RTL/Frank W. Humble

Cursed TV chef: ‘You crazy’ I swear on Easter? No problem for Hensler, because the TV chef defined his belief as: “I believe in life. If something happens after that, I’ll be happy, but I don’t suppose it.”

After all, Jesus also briefly appeared in the Easter special. Hensler sighed over the new rules: “Jesus, do you have a piece of paper so I can remember it?” Jesus didn’t have one, but Hensler gave his time. This did not make the task any easier. “It’s a bit like a cooking test,” Hensler stressed. “You also have to cook the menu within a certain amount of time.”


A star chef smells an Easter egg...

A star chef smells an Easter egg…Photo: RTL/Frank W. Humble

Celebrity chef coach Johan Laver (64) also found the new rules tricky: “Now this is the wonderful art of knowing what to do and when, so that it all comes to an end in the end. When we practiced this evening we had big problems with time!”

But the three celebrities put on amazing performances! Sonia Krause and Mickey Krause were particularly distinguished.


Easter nominees Elka Besin, Mickey Krause and Sonia Kraus (from left) gave it all they had

Easter nominees Elka Besin, Mickey Krause and Sonia Kraus (from left) gave it all they hadPhoto: RTL/Frank W. Humble

Sonia Krause chats over appetizers Relax her illness and give the sufferers courage! In the kitchen, Krause focused: “I’ve never felt sick. I’ve been doing relatively well all the time. Above all, I wanted to encourage everyone to take preventative care. Because those 20 minutes saved my life! Always write it down on your cell phone, especially us ladies, because One in eight will be diagnosed with breast cancer at some point in her life.”

Relaxed and in a good mood, Krause admitted, “I had chemo the day before yesterday, it worked. I find it liberating to talk about it. If you’re horny about everything unfiltered, you’re very free.”


Great Woman: Sonia Krause

Great Woman: Sonia KrausePhoto: RTL/Frank W. Humble

Stephen Hensler’s reaction was unhappy! “Steffen, how often do you take precautions?” asked TV chef Laura Wontorra. Henssler amused: “You mean how often do I put my finger up my ass?”

Wontorra replied seriously: “No, that’s important. Don’t always make it silly.” Henssler was about to get hung up on him: “As a man, you have to do it in order to do it. As a man you have to go in there. You have to talk about yourself a little bit.”

Malle star Mickie Krause hasn’t spoken about his cancer diagnosis, but he was impressed by his return at Majorca’s Megapark in early April. The musician prepared his main venison dish: “We were not allowed to work for two years, and now we are finally starting again. We can live our passion. Now cooking seems to be my passion, but I like theater very much!”

At the end of the show, the three celebrities narrowly won with a score of 82:75 against solo chef Stephen Hensler. In the jury’s evaluation of the candy, he unexpectedly took home the award after the extremely grueling and sometimes chaotic presentation of all involved.


Moderator Laura Wontorra wanted to talk about the serious topic of cancer prevention, not so much Steffen Henssler

Moderator Laura Wontorra wanted to talk about the serious topic of cancer prevention, not so much Steffen HensslerPhoto: RTL/Frank W. Humble

Guror Rainer Kalmond (73) turned to celebrity coach Johan Laver: “Now I want to break a spear for Stephen. He’s always on the ball here for more than three hours, always at work. And I ask you now: How many professional chefs in Germany, roughly as a percentage, can That they keep busy for three hours, always be in the spotlight, always be the focal point?”

Johan Laver began: “I am a classmate of Stephen, we have known each other for many years. I must really say: how many shows he has made, how he has fought constantly and he is already doing it with such ambition! I will say it from my point of view, I am a little older than you, dear Stephen : I bow to you, you are a wonderful cook.”


Star Chef Johan Laver (second from left) lends a helping hand to Elka Besin (left)

Star Chef Johan Laver (second from left) lends a helping hand to Elka Besin (left)Photo: RTL/Frank W. Humble

Shy and offensive, Stephen Hensler was touched, embarrassed and, surprisingly, humbled at that moment! Perhaps this was his Easter in spite of the defeat.

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