Sherry Yard Biography
A native of Brooklyn, New York, United States, Sherry Yard is a widely known American chef, restaurateur, and cookbook author.
Sherry Yard Age
Yard is 58 years as of 2022, she was born on 1 January 1964, in Brooklyn, New York, United States. She celebrates her birthday on 1 January every year.
Sherry Yard Height
Yard stands at 5 feet 2 inches tall and she has a moderate weight. Her details regarding her other body measurements are currently unavailable.
Sherry Yard Education
Sherry’s details regarding her education are currently unavailable. We will update this information once available.
Sherry Yard Family
Yard is happily married to Edward M. Ines. Currently, the two do not have children.
Sherry Yard Net Worth
Yard has an estimated net worth of 1.7 million dollars
Sherry Yard Baking Show
The show Cutthroat Kitchen which airs on Food Network is a crÃ¨me-de-la-crÃ¨me of cooking shows. Yard was a participant in the season Cutthroat Kitchen: Superstar Sabotage where well-renowned chefs and bakers showcased their skills to be the winner of the Cutthroat Kitchen title. She battled with Alex Guarnaschelli during a round of the show and managed to become the winner of that round and earning herself the fourth spot in the finals.
Sherry Yard Judge
Yard has had stints as a judge for different cooking shows including the Christmas Cookie Challenge, Halloween Baking Championship, and Cake Wars: Christmas all of which air on Food Network. She was also a judge on the Cooking Channel TV series Sugar Showdown and her most current show as a judge was ABC’s The Great American Baking Show: Holiday Edition. She has been a guest judge on Duff till Dawn, Top Chef: Just Desserts, Iron Chef America, Food Network Star, and Cutthroat Kitchen.
Sherry Yard IPic Entertainment
IPic Entertainment is an entertainment group that is known for its lavish movie theaters, restaurants, and in-cinema dining. Yard served as COO of iPic entertainment in their restaurant division where she led in culinary innovation. She was known for redefining the food that guests eat while at the movies, and formulating a unique and eccentric menu. She was responsible for supervising the iPic express concession idea for independent restaurants such as Tuck Room Tavern and the brand’s upscale movie theaters. She stepped down from the position in July 2019.