Originally Posted by Addie
I remember when she first came on the FN. She would always refer to what she made at home. Was she married? Did she have kids? Who was she cooking for 'at home'? It was finally revealed that she had a husband.
It seem FN used her cleavage to draw in the male audience. And they were afraid they would lose that if the husband was revealed. Even though they had that little piece of cloth at the bottom of her cleavage, there was enough left to make it interesting to her audience.
She cooked with her family when she was growing up and spent time in the restaurant her grandfather owned.
I don't think Food Network told her how to dress. She spent her early years in Rome, Italy, and Los Angeles, which are much less conservative than most the United States.