Can female chefs on television be categorized as actresses? And can numerous cooking shows also be categorized as TV series? Well, I don’t care if they can’t. Since I have a new hobby of trying Chinese recipes lately, I watch some cooking shows on TV, and they surely have plenty of beautiful faces as a chefs or hosts which made me decide to post some of them in this TV Series Actress blog.
These are some of the hottest female chefs on TV, which not just talented in cooking, but also beautiful and sexy. Most importantly, you can also see them in a delicious food theme pictorials. So, here goes:
Born: 1 January 1968 in Mississippi, US.
TV Show: Iron Chef America
Descendant of a restauranteurs father and grandfather, Catherine Cora showed interest in food business since her teenage. Besides appears on Iron Chef America, her other works including as Executive Chef for Bon Appétit magazine, UNICEF spokesperson, and as an entertainer for The Olivia Companies, a travel company catering to the lesbian market. In case you wondering, yes, she’s hot and gay.
Born: 1 September 1970 in Tamil Nadu, India
TV Show: Top Chef
Born in India, she grew up shuttling between Chennai and New York. She began her career as a model after discovered by a talent scout in Madrid. Besides hosting cooking show, the ex-wife of controversial novelist Salman Rushdie is also known as an author and actress. Lucky for you, Padma Lakshmi also did some nude pictorials, one of them is for the May 2009 issue of Allure magazine.
Born: 22 August 1970 in Rome, Italy
TV Show: Everyday Italian, Giada at Home
The Italian-American chef Giada De Laurentiis was born in Rome, and then studied at Le Cordon Bleu in Paris, where both cities are known as the world’s culinary capitals. De Laurentiis other works including as a writer, founder of the catering business GDL Foods, and regular contributor and guest co-host of NBC’s Today.
Born: 25 August 1968 in New York, US.
TV Show: Rachael Ray, 30 Minute Meals, Rachael Ray’s Tasty Travels, $40 a Day
Her Sicilian maternal grandfather and her Cajun ancestry serve as a strong influence on her cooking. Her trademark is to teaches simple recipes that can be completed in 30 minutes or less. Ray can be considered as celebrity chef, as she appears in a lot of television and other media, which including a sexy pictorial for FHM magazine in 2003.
Born: 6 January 1960 in London, England
TV Show: Nigella Bites, Nigella’s Christmas Kitchen, Nigella Express (British), Nigella Feasts (US)
Check out her chubby body and you’ll know that this lady loves food. She finds that food is a narcotic, and cooking is therapeutic. Don’t be surprised if even someone who doesn’t like to cook loves to watch her show, as she’s nicknamed as “the queen of food porn” for her flirtatious manner of presenting! Her other works are as a food writer, journalist and broadcaster.
Born: 3 July 1966 in California, US.
TV Show: Semi-Homemade Cooking with Sandra Lee, Sandra’s Money Saving Meals
Sandra Lee is best known for her “Semi-Homemade” cooking concept, which involves 70 percent pre-packaged products with 30 percent fresh items. However, this method receives many critics, because it seems to encourage people to dislike cooking, and to feed their family with food filled with preservatives.
Born: 1978 in California, US.
TV Show: Relatos con Sabor, Mexican Made Easy
Marcela Valladolid is a well-certified cook, as she graduated from Los Angeles Culinary Institute and Ritz Escoffier Cooking School Paris. Judging form her name, you must have known that she is a Latina, in fact, she also has a house at Tijuana, Mexico. Her book and the subsequent “Mexican Made Easy” show was designed to show the world there’s no “yellow cheese” in real Mexican cooking and that her Mexican culinary style can be done with “fresh flavor that fits all”.
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