Countless couples, families and roommates have had to spend extra quality time — way, way extra — with the people with whom they share a home. Some bonds have grown stronger while others have been strained. And on Tuesday, Ina Garten shared how she and her husband Jeffrey, arguably the food world's most iconic duo, have been doing during the pandemic. I make him lunch, I make him dinner and he's home all the time. In , she even dedicated one of her cookbooks, "Cooking for Jeffrey," to meals made especially for her hubby.
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She has an Emmy-winning cooking show, 10 cookbooks to her name, a house in the Hamptons and a fulfilling year marriage. In short, Ina Garten has it all — and for her and husband Jeffrey, that doesn't mean having kids, too. In an interview for Katie Couric's self-titled podcast , the woman better known as the "Barefoot Contessa" opened up about her choice to remain child-free. Many couples who make that same choice speak of pressure or judgement from friends and family, but the Food Network star said that hasn't been the case for them. So we never had that connection with other people that I see
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Subscriber Account active since. Ina Garten , also known as the "Barefoot Contessa," is one of the most beloved and famous celebrity chefs in the business, despite having no professional training. Her husband Jeffrey Garten encouraged her to pursue her passion for cooking, and the rest is history. Read more: Ina Garten and her husband Jeffrey have been married for 52 years and are still madly in love. Here's a timeline of their relationship.
The Barefoot Contessa Ina Garten is one of the most celebrated personalities in food today. He met Ina when she was She was visiting her older brother at Dartmouth and Jeffrey was a student there at the time.