Vindy Lee is a private chef, author of the Sexy Food & Food Lover cookbooks, and an enthusiast for all epicure.
Vindy also hosts her own cooking show, Sexy Food, on Transvision Indonesia. Having started her professional cooking career in 2004, as sous chef in Champagne French Cafe and Bakery in Beverly Hills, California. Her experience extended to Rosti Italian Restaurant in Westlake Village, California, before venturing to become a personal chef.
Vindy's approach to cooking fresh, made-from-scratch, and optimizes beautifying properties in her dishes.
" I started developing a passion for cooking at 7 years old, watching Grandma cook everyday while babysitting us in Singapore. I loved cooking everything from scratch - pastas, breads, to whole roast chicken. "
After graduating Santa Monica College with Honors 2002, Vindy graduated University of Southern California in 2004 gaining a double degree in International Relations and East Asian Language & Culture. Vindy has also worked in a Los Angeles Mayoral Campaign before pursuing a professional chef career
"Having resided in different countries, I fell in love with observing the correlation between culture and food, from traditional to modern flair. Food is part of our identity and it is of great privilege being able to identify peoples' journey through food.
Vindy published her first cook book, Sexy Food in 2010, marking the start of her television career. Her second cookbook,, Food Lover is available in Gramedia Indonesia, also available at the Singapore National Library. Vindy currently serves as a Board Member of Indonesian Chef Association.
She was awarded The Students' President Award USA by
President George W Bush for her charity work in the USA 2004.
Vindy Lee ranked Top 100 World's Sexiest Woman from FHM Romania, FHM Indonesia and FHM South Africa, featured in 8 FHMs(Indonesia, Malaysia, India, Singapore, Romania, South Africa); MAXIM, Esquire and over 30 international publications.
Vindy represented the Jakarta Tourism Board in a series of Enjoy Jakarta Campaign in USA, Singapore and Taiwan, promoting Indonesian culture and cuisine to esteemed VIPs.
Born November 23 to a Taiwanese father and Indonesian mother, Vindy speaks English, Mandarin and Indonesian language.
Vindy Lee cooking in Chef Expo 2019
Vindy Lee healthy menu option: New Zealand Baby Lamb with Vitamin-rich "Green Goddess" Sauce