NY Post: “The main reason they didn’t think I was a good fit for ‘Food Network Star’ is because I was too young,” says Nixon. “When they created Cooking Channel and were making an effort to target a slightly younger demographic, they did think I was a good fit. So I’m glad that I hung with it, and I was able to stay relevant in that year after I was excused from the show.”
Also the host of Cooking Channel’s “Unique Sweets,” Nixon now calls Brooklyn Heights her home, along with her husband Robby and their son, Oliver. Though the Brooklyn food scene is tempting, Nixon cooks dinner at home for the family four nights a week, with a fifth night reserved for leftovers. It’s the kind of situation husbands’ dreams are made of.
“My husband is not the biggest cook,” says Nixon. “But he’s excellent at doing dishes, and he’s very happy to play a supporting role in the kitchen.”
Move Over Paula Deen And Sandra Lee, Here’s Brooklyn Heights Resident And Cooking Channel Star Kelsey Nixon
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