Look for Multi-Emmy ® award-winner Sandra Lee in and out of the kitchen this October in two new series on Food Network and Cooking Channel. Sandra has long been known for making semi-homemade recipes and money saving meals, hits the road visiting famous food establishments across the country to learn the tricks of their signature dishes and then recreates them the easy way in Sandra’s Restaurant Remakes premiering Sunday, October 14th at 10amET/PT on Food Network.
The following Wednesday, October 17th at 10:30pmET/7:30PT on Cooking Channel, Sandra debuts her new series Sandra Lee’s Taverns, Lounges, & Clubs, as she searches for the hottest nightlife spots in America. Born out of Sandra’s most popular segment from Semi-Homemade Cooking with Sandra Lee, ‘Cocktail Time’, the new series highlights the hottest spots in America from neighborhood hangouts and historical watering holes to elegant cocktail lounges and buzzing sports bar scenes. In each episode, Sandra jumps behind the bar to make and taste one-of-a-kind cocktails then joins the regulars for a toast to the town.
Throughout the season of Sandra’s Restaurant Remakes, Sandra takes on the famous cuisine of restaurants, bakeries and bars, and then puts her unique spin on the perfected classics giving viewers tips on how to make restaurant-quality dishes at home. From her Meatball Burger to a Chocolate Coconut Cake Cocktail, Sandra makes the astonishing, attainable and the remarkable, relatable for all at-home cooks.
Sandra also visits places that come alive after dark in Chicago, New York City, Los Angeles and other cities across America in Sandra Lee’s Taverns, Lounges & Clubs. From tiki bars and speakeasies to dance clubs and sports lounges, Sandra unveils the secrets to the spirits, as well as fabulous finger foods that keep these hot spots booming.
If two TV shows is not enough , this very energetic talent paired up with TV Guide Magazine to launch a new series of special-interest magazines and tablet editions. She will focus on all aspects of living well, from cooking and entertaining to fashion and style. She will serve as the publication’s editor-in-chief and look for it on newsstands across the country as well as digitally on major tablet platforms starting October 30, 2012. In addition to the magazine, Lee will also contribute a column dedicated to food and entertaining to TV Guide Magazine called “In The Kitchen.”
“In the magazine world, it doesn’t get more iconic than TV Guide Magazine, and I am thrilled to be partnering with such an institution in the space,” said Lee. “Throughout my career, I’ve always been committed to being a resource for over-extended homemakers with attainable and affordable information. By partnering with some of the biggest brands on the market, we can make the information incredibly user-friendly, and that will be a true differentiator for this publication.”
Sandra Lee will has been very busy over the last few months and have no doubt that her TV shows , books and column will bring her continued success.