Sandra Lee was born in Santa Monica, California on July, 3rd, 1966. She is married to Andrew Cuomo and they have three daughters.
She went to high school in Onalaska, Wisconsin, and later attended the University of Wisconsin after she graduated. She left college her junior year to be near her family in Malibu, California, and later attended Le Cordon Bleu in Ottawa, Canada. She then came up with a widget called the Kurtain Kraft. Lee then became a spokesperson for KB Home. She starred in infomercials and eventually raked in $20 million dollars worth of sales. She does not own any restaurant businesses. Lee has written 25 books in her lifetime, all of which have to do with cooking, and starred in two cooking shows.
"Semi-Homeade Cooking" was Sandra's first tv show. It first aired on Food Network in 2003. This show has 15 seasons. She has recently aired a new show called "Sandra's Money Saving Meals," which launched in 2009. Sandra's cooking style incorporates pre-made food with fresh food.
This is one of the 25 cookbooks that Lee has written and published. Some of her books are Semi-Homemade: Desserts, Semi-Homemade: the Complete Cookbook, Semi-Homemade: Money Saving Meals, Semi-Homemade: Cooking Made Light, and Made From Scratch.
Lee is one the national spokespersons for the for Share Our Strength's No Kid Hungry campaign and the anchor of their largest annual fundraiser, the Great American Bake Sale.