|They say reality TV rots your brain, but for Juanita it was the launching pad to a fabulous career! After winning season one of "Dishes to Delicacy", a show that takes minimum wage dishwashers and turns them into top chefs, life couldn't seem to get any better. It was that very moment that she laid eyes on beefy Barrington, and a romance swiftly blossomed.|
|Education and employment|
|Romances||Barrington Diamond , Felipe Marshall|
|Children||Unborn baby Blanco|
|Household||Sports, Spice, and Everything Nice household|
|Lifetime wish||Celebrated Five-Star Chef|
|Game||The Sims 3: Pets|
Juanita Blanco (previously Marshall) is a pre-made Sim, living in Appaloosa Plains in the Sports, Spice, and Everything Nice household, with her fiancé, Barrington Diamond. The name of the household hints to her love of cooking, and to her fiancé's love of sports. She is in the Culinary career track as a Pastry Chef (level 6); having 5 skill points in cooking makes required an increase to level 9 in order to get a promotion.
Before she entered the reality show Dishes to Delicacy, Juanita was a dishwasher, but there she learned to cook and then life couldn't become any better. She met Barrington, a high school coach that turned into administrator of the new stadium thanks to her, and they fell in love.
However, before she met Barrington, she was married to Felipe Marshall but they broke up and currently dislike each other. She has 9 points in riding skill, which will often display her a wish of adopting a horse while playing her. She is distant friends with Esme Curley and enemies with Zac Whipsnake.
At the start of the game, Juanita is pregnant (Barrington is the father), and baby will be born with her surname, but the player might change if wished. Her pregnancy seems rather strange, considering she has the Dislikes Children trait as well as the fact that her fiancé has the Childish trait makes their pairing quite unusual.
Her surname Blanco is Spanish for "White", which matches her color preference.
Juanita has the Dislikes Children trait, indicating that the pregnancy may be unplanned. This could be further supported by the fact that she is not yet married to Barrington, only engaged.