Sunny Anderson is known by most as the host of the Food Network’s How’d That Get on My Plate. Prior to joining the Food Network, Sunny worked as a popular radio host at stations all over the country, including in Texas, Louisiana, Michigan, and Alabama. At age 26, she moved to New York, where in addition to working as a radio host, she opened Sunny’s Delicious Dishes, a catering company based out of New Jersey. She then went on to work as the Food and Lifestyle Editor for Hip Hop Magazine, where she interviewed stars about their favorite foods, restaurants, and cooking styles.
**Sunny Anderson Speaker**
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**Sunny Anderson Appearance**
Sunny Anderson first appeared on the Food Network in October of 2005, when she was a guest chef on the Emeril Live Show. Since then she has been the host of several Food Network series, including: How’d That Get on My Plate, Cooking For Real, and Gotta Get It. In addition, she has been a featured guest on several nationally televised programs including CBS Morning Show and Good Morning America.
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