This Sunday, the Food Network's Sandra Lee will don five different Renaissance-themed costumes during her Halloween episode.
Lee struck gold when she introduced her concept of "semi-homemade" cooking, which combines 70 percent ready-made products with 30 percent fresh food, to create unbelievably easy and mouthwatering dishes on her cooking show. Fourteen seasons of "Semi-Homemade Cooking with Sandra Lee" later, Lee is preparing for one of her most epic episodes yet.
"It is hilarious. It's good TV. You'll never know you're watching Food Network," Lee told our friends over at PopEater of her Halloween episode.
When asked how it feels to be the Food Network's "Queen of Halloween," she replied:
"Yeah, I have to say I'm the one that enjoys it the most. I do the costumes and I take it seriously. When you watch my show this Sunday, we're going to open the show with a young Queen Elizabeth I on a royal barge coming in from a pond, a huge, huge pond, greeted by an entire court of people who are also dressed. Then I turn into Lady Mary Anne, more like Angelina Jolie meets Lady Mary Anne, a horse, I'm actually riding a horse and jousting, and I knock a guy on his tushy. And then I do some cooking for the merry men that live in the forest. Then I'm Robin Hood; I have a bow and arrow and I actually shoot it!"
However, if you don't have access to the same corsets and wigs as Lee, make your way over to Target to snag pieces from Simon Doonan's Costume Couture line or go for pop culture gold as Lady Gaga, a sexy vampire or a "Jersey Shore" castmate!
Check out PopEater's full interview with Sandra Lee and get a delicious "Crystal Ball" cocktail recipe!
And if you want a good laugh, click here for the the most inappropriate Halloween costumes of all time.