Katie Lee

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Katie Lee: Biography at a Glance

  • Katie Lee Biegel is is culinary personality best known for co-hosting Food Network’s The Kitchen.
  • Katie can be seen regularly on Food Network shows Best. Ever. and Beat Bobby Flay and as a judge for Food Network’s popular Halloween Baking Championship series.
  • Katie is the co-founder of Kind of Wild Wines, a line of certified organic wines that are kinder to the planet and kinder to you. 
  • She is the author of several cookbooks, including It's Not Complicated: Simple Recipes for Every Day, The Comfort Table, The Comfort Table: Recipes for Everyday Occasions, and Endless Summer Cookbook.
  • She made her fiction debut with Groundswell, which has been adapted into a movie for Hallmark Movies & Mysteries with Katie serving as executive producer.
  • Katie is an ambassador for 96 Elephants, is on the board of the Food Bank of New York, and also works closely with the Wildlife Conservation Society.


For Katie Lee Biegel, co-host of Food Network's Emmy nominated The Kitchen, cooking wasn't just a hobby growing up-it was a way of life. Raised in a modest, tight-knit West Virginia family, each evening centered around the dinner menu. Eager to get involved, Katie began cooking at the tender age of 4 under the guidance of her mentor Grandma Dora. Using fresh vegetables from her Grandpa's garden and meat from the family's cattle and pig farms, Katie quickly learned the value of seasonal ingredients.

In addition to The Kitchen, Katie can be seen regularly on Food Network shows Best. Ever. and Beat Bobby Flay and as a judge for Food Network’s popular Halloween Baking Championship series. She hosted three seasons of Cooking Channel’s Beach Bites with Katie Lee, and has the popular web series on FoodNetwork.com Katie Lee Eats Meat, In Sweats and What Would Katie Eat?. Katie regularly appears in the kitchen on Rachael Ray and as a contributor on Today. She was nominated for a Daytime Emmy in the category of Outstanding Informative Talk Show Host for her work on The Kitchen.

Katie recently partnered with Kind of Wild Wines as co-founder of the brand. Kind of Wild Wines is the first globally crafted, certified organic and certified vegan direct-to-consumer wine brand in the U.S. All of the wines are sustainable, zero sugar, zero additives, and give back to environmental causes.

Katie has written four cookbooks, including, It’s Not Complicated. Katie's first cookbook, The Comfort Table was soon followed by The Comfort Table: Recipes for Everyday Occasions and then Endless Summer Cookbook. In addition to her comfort food cookbooks, she published her first novel, Groundswell, which was recently adapted as a Hallmark film starring Lacey Chabert and Ektor Rivera. Katie served as Executive Producer and also makes a cameo in the film which aired on Hallmark Movies & Mysteries.

Outside of her culinary and literary adventures, Katie is an ambassador for 96 Elephants and is on the board of the Food Bank of New York. Katie joined Revlon as the brand’s ambassador for their Total Color vegan permanent hair color. She was featured in People Magazine’s “The Beautiful Issue” as one of the “2020 Beauties of the Year.” She joined WW as an ambassador in January 2021. She also works closely with the Wildlife Conservation Society. When not working or volunteering, she enjoys surfing and traveling. She resides in the Hamptons and NYC with her family.

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