Ina was born February 2, 1948 in Brooklyn, New York into a family of surgeon. She married Jeffrey Garten in 1968. She earned MBA degree at George Washington University. Garten is a successful author of several books about cooking. She became even more famous as a host of Barefoot Contessa TV show on Food Network. Ina also appeared on Chefography and 30 Rock.
Ina Garten Wealth Stats: Salary, Net Worth, and More
Ina Garten's net worth, salary and other interesting facts:
|Net Worth||$55 Million|
|Date of Birth||February 2, 1948 (age 75 years)||Gender||Female|
|Height||5 Feet 2 Inches (1.6 m)|
|Profession||Chef, Financial adviser, Television presenter, Writer|
After getting married, Ina and her husband moved to North Carolina. Her husband is a war hero, and after his return from a long war in Vietnam, the couple went on a tour to France where she fell in love with French Cuisine. The trip changed her life and the way of cooking. After returning to the U.S.A., they moved to Washington, D.C.
There is not much to gossip about Ina’s romantic life except her perfect love story. She met her husband at a very young age of 15 when she was visiting her brother at Dartmouth College. After the meet, the couple started dating and fell in love with each other. Ina left Syracuse University in between and got married to her husband, Jeffery Garten.
Inspirational Quotes by Ina Garten
I always like to have flowers on the table. I think they make it look special.Ina Garten
I'm really a scientist. I follow recipes exactly - until I decide not to. And then I'll follow something else exactly. I may decide I could turn this peach tart into a plum tart, but if I'm following a recipe, I follow it exactly.Ina Garten
There's something really wonderful about a party where you help yourself. Of course, first you get what you really want. But 'family style' service also really encourages people to connect with one another.Ina Garten
The most overrated tool: a pasta maker. Why make it when you can buy it? It's a lot of work!Ina Garten
I love to take something ordinary and make it really special.Ina Garten