Sandra Lee understood "ain't nobody got time for that! After all, she built an empire schilling the semi-homemade lifestyle, encouraging people everywhere to cut themselves a break every now and then, using yellow cake mix, Bacardi and pudding for a shortcut rum cake, or doctoring a blackberry cobbler with frozen berries and Bisquick.
That philosophy has made her a household name since she debuted on Food Network in 2003, but despite those years in the spotlight, people still have a lot of questions about the star.
She schedules her time to focus on four key areas of her life: family, philanthropy, friends and career.
"I probably spend equal amounts of time on each of those," she says.
(Enough so that when we researched the "Sara Lee" question, a box in the search results popped up showing that people often also ask about her height, whether she's married, and "What's wrong with Sandra Lee?
", apparently in regard to her health.)For those of you who keep wondering, she's 5-foot-9 1/2, according to an interview with Zap2It.
Welcoming 50 tomorrow and excited for a new white board, a clean slate to start my next 50 years of life, looking forward to seeing what God has in store--I am ready--bring it!
A post shared by Sandra Lee (@sandraleeonline) on Apparently, a lot of people wonder about Lee's family life: As soon as we typed "Does Sandra Lee" into Google, it auto-completed with "..a daughter," followed by the aforementioned cancer question.
She decided to share every step of this journey publicly, so that others would know they're not alone—and to keep her fans in the loop with her life."Well, I think it's really important to kind of share who you are," she told Fox News. For every a person spends at restaurants from now through Aug.
"And, for me, to have taken that and have gone underground would have been a disservice to the people that I serve, which are those over-extended homemakers, and it wouldn't have been who I am." Surgery all over -- I'm trying to get up and about. Not good with pain killers --makes we sick and weepy. 19 using the card, the company will donate to Stand Up to Cancer, up to million. I encourage you to reach out and support local organizations like this one that help support those who are battling cancer!
When Food Network eventually came calling, Lee didn't even want to do a cooking show.