Chef who first became known to Norwegian television audiences through her work on TV2 in the early 90s. She has gone on to author several bestselling cookbooks, including What Should We Have for Dinner? (1997), and has served as a Nordic food ambassador for the Nordic Council of Ministers.
She studied for two years at the Norwegian School of Diet Economists. She worked at the Information Office for Meat in the 80s.
She received the Honorary Prize for lifetime achievement at the Gullruten Awards in 2017.
She has a son named Anders.
She and Harald Ronneberg are both recipients of a Gullruten Award.