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Sandra Lee's Semi-Homemade to Come Back to Food Network

Semi-Homemade Cooking With Sandra Lee Is Back This Fall

In an interview yesterday with PopEater, Food Network star Sandra Lee discussed her upcoming season of Sandra Lee's Money-Saving Meals, talked about her bake sale for charity, and revealed that Semi-Homemade will be returning this Fall.

Semi-Homemade, which isn't currently in production, has been a hotbed of controversy since it first aired in 2003. She's been dubbed the "Anti-Julia" for her use of 70 percent ready-made products like salad dressing mix and condensed cream of mushroom soup. Her suggestive tone and her ridiculous preference for the word "delicious" have even been mocked in a widely watched YouTube video.

Although I've never been a huge proponent of Sandra's 70/30 semi-homemade philosophy, this show is obviously back by popular demand. Will you be tuning in?

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msdecember msdecember 6 years
i agree with auntie may may... she just rubs me the wrong way. like she's so unbelievably cheeeeeeeeeesy!
doogirl doogirl 6 years
I agree with lekatvt, I think that Sandra Lee has a lot of good ideas. I think her time saving tips are terrific! Everything I've ever made of hers has turned out tasty! I understand the backlash, but not everybody has the time to buy and prepare meals from fresh ingredients. I'll totally be tuning in! And I love her cocktails!!!
GlowingMoon GlowingMoon 6 years
I find her show underwhelming, too. Also, to me, she's had too much work done her face. It's hard to look at her.
GummiBears GummiBears 6 years
I find her shows hilarious in an unintentional manner. The food she prepares looks unappetizing and what is with the centerpiece swag at the end of the show? And those so-called "cocktails", all she does is add ice and maybe a handful of berries to some liquor.
Spectra Spectra 6 years
I like watching her on TV, but I'd probably never make her recipes for myself. She usually uses too many processed foods.
sourcherries sourcherries 6 years
Nope.com. Doctoring up processed foods isn't cooking. It might be quick and easy and may even taste good (sometimes), but that's not cooking.
filmgirl81 filmgirl81 6 years
I agree with pharm-chick. Her recipes are often rated the lowest on foodnetwork's website, and they last thing I want is to eat all that processed food. I prefer Rachael Ray's quick recipes, because at least she incorporates fresh vegetables
pharm_chick pharm_chick 6 years
no thanks! i watched a few of her episodes and i really think that its not really worth a tv show. a book maybe though
lekatvt lekatvt 6 years
Yes, I love Semi-Homemade, for a busy family and getting delicious healthy dinners on the table before soccer practices and everything else going on, her shortcuts are a big help.
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