10 Things You Didn't Know About Sunny Anderson

You’ve watched her co-host The Kitchen and even compete on Chopped, but how much do you know about the off-camera Sunny?

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Favorite Late-Night Snack: Grilled Cheese or Quesadilla

Get the Recipe: Southwest Quesadilla with Cilantro-Lime Sour Cream

Last Supper: Her Grandma’s Red Velvet Cake

Get the Recipe: Grandma's Red Velvet Cake

Guilty Pleasure: Frozen Candy Bars or Mac and Cheese

Get the Recipe: Creamy Stove-top Mac and Cheese

Dish She Will Never Eat: “After Doing Chopped All-Stars, I’ll Never Eat Seafood Pepper Pot Soup,” She Says

One Dish She Never Makes Herself: Sushi

Most-Memorable Meals: Ones Shared with Her Grandma, or Celebratory Meals

No Picky Eating Here: “I’m a True Omnivore,” She Says

Must-Have Kitchen Tool: Rasp or Knife

Favorite Food City: New Orleans

Favorite Person to Cook With: Herself

Check out some of Sunny's best recipes and her top videos.

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