Cat has a son named Zoran.
Cora lives in northern California.
Cora was a winner of the Bon Appétit American Food and Entertaining Awards for 2006.
In the September 2006 issue of FHM, Cora was featured in the cooking section, where she demonstrated various recipes using items purchased from a convenience store.
Cat is also the cohost of the Food Network show Kitchen Accomplished.
Cat had developed and will host the food talk show, The Cat Cora Show.
Cat was featured in the documentary called Cat's In The Kitchen.
Cat worked as a sous chef at The Old Chatham Shepherding Company under Chef Melissa Kelly.
Cat attended The Culinary Institute of America, in Hyde Park, New York.
Cat earned a Bachelor of Science degree in exercise physiology and biology.
After graduating from college, Cat backpacked through Europe for four months in search of good food and wine.
During college, Cat cooked at an Italian bistro.
Cat was 15 when she first proposed a plan for her first restaurant.
Both Cat's grandfather, father, and godfather owned and worked at restaurants.
Car grew up in a small Greek community.
Cat is the first ever female Iron Chef.
Cat is a member of the Screen Actors Guild.
Cat likes to practice Yoga and she likes to meditate to relax.
Cat has cooked for many celebrities including Jacque Pepin, Robert Mondavi, Wolfgang Puck, and Bill Gates.
Cat says her alternate dream job would be either an actress or a novelist.
Cat was raised in a small Greek community in Jackson, Mississippi.
Cat says that the celebrity she would most like to cook for is Oprah Winfrey.
In March 2006, Cat was the Grand Marshal for a St. Patrick's Day parade in Jackson, Mississippi.