Amy Hanten joined FOX 11 in March of 1991. Amy is part of theteam that makes up "Good Day Wisconsin" each morning. She providesregular features on cooking and entertainment.
Now, Amy is the host of her own program, "FOX 11 Living withAmy," a program that airs 9 a.m. to 10 a.m. Monday through Friday.Everyday, Amy cooks with some of the area's top chefs and sharessome of her favorite recipes. The program also gives you importanttips for your health, ideas for decorating your home and keeps youup to date on fashion and beauty trends.
Amy is a Midwestern girl hailing from Petoskey, Michigan. Sheearned her journalism degree from Marquette University in 1988.
Even when she's not cooking at work, Amy enjoys cooking at home.She fell in love with cooking at a young age and earned valuableexperience in her family's kitchen.
Amy and her husband Bob, have a son, Riley, and a daughter,Ireland.
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