Who is Damaris Phillips?
Damaris Phillips wooed Americans in the 9th season of the Food Network TV show Food Network Star, where she won. Thanks to her exceptional Southern recipes. Damaris Phillips used her victory to launch her own Food Network show, Southern At Heart, which was a huge success and aired its final episode in February 2016.
In addition to her own show, Damaris appears on shows hosted by other Food Network favorites such as Bobby Flay and Guy Fieri. Continue reading to learn more about her rise to Food Network fame, how much she’s made from it, and her personal life.
What is the net worth of Damaris Phillips?
At the beginning of 2013, Damaris became a contestant on the Food Network shows Food Network Star, eventually winning in August 2013.
Damaris debuted her own cooking show, Southern At Heart, two months later in October 2013, where she celebrates the relationship between food and love.
Damaris taught viewers and guests on the show how to win over the hearts of their dates with what she refers to as “the food of love.”
One of the episodes aired in April 2015 attracted over 816,000 viewers. The show came to an end after 5 seasons and 53 episodes.
Damaris Phillips has a net worth of $4 million as a result of her work on the Food Network.
Damaris Phillips: Birth, Parents, Siblings & Education
Damaris Lennon Phillips was born on December 8, 1980, in Lexington, Kentucky, to May and Maurice Phillips and raised in urban Louisville with her sister and four brothers.
Damaries, a foodie at heart, fell in love with the southern foods she grew up eating.
Damaris chose the culinary school because she had no idea what else to do with her life.
She attended Jefferson Community and Technical College and earned a degree in Culinary Arts there.
She later became a culinary instructor.
Damaris Phillips: Relationship Status
On June 13th, 2015, Damaris married Darrick Wood. Darrick Woodworks as a consultant in the field of education.
Their wedding was held at Willow Park in Louisville, Kentucky, and 235 guests attended.
“I would have gone to the courthouse because I was so excited to marry Darrick, but this was more fun — and a lot prettier,” Damaris said.
Damaris possessed a. From her Brooch Bouquet, which she learned to make on Pinterest, to the Paper Origami Cranes used as a backdrop at the gazebo where they exchanged vows… The 1000 papers included tickets, receipts, and notes Darrick had saved over the three years he courted Damaris.
He first gave them to her when he proposed, then used them to form the crane at their wedding.
Guests were given vintage handkerchiefs “for happy tears,” as well as a fan that served a dual purpose by carrying the wedding program for the day.
Damaris had to ignore her love of pork in order to have a completely meatless menu at the reception because Darrick is a vegetarian.
Salads with colorful dressings and veggie-and-hummus sandwiches on Parmesan focaccia were on the menu.
An outdoor lounge with living room couches and tables, as well as picnic blankets, was also set up for a cocktail hour.
Damaris and Darrick made all of the wedding cakes from scratch. Chocolate-Covered Strawberry, Caramel Corn, Cherry-Almond, and Blackberry Cobbler were among the cakes.