Andrew cuomo dating sandra lee
If I’m going to have a mastectomy, am I supposed to just get one done?
You probably have already heard that gubernatorial candidate Andrew Cuomo is dating the semi-homemade Food Network star Sandra Lee.
As if it weren't enough that Sandra is threatening New York State's very food reputation, she's gone so far as to insult Andrew's mother, Matilda Cuomo.
The candidate's mother was recently being interviewed about, among other things, her son's relationship status.
“I walked off the set, and 20 minutes later my doctor called and told me I had breast cancer,” Lee said, adding she was “stunned” by the diagnosis.
PHOTOS: Yolanda Foster’s Battle Against Lyme Disease “That’s just how fast life turns — it turns on a dime,” she said. Andrew Cuomo for a decade, she said the politician has been “extremely supportive” in the wake of the life-changing news.
Lee said that her doctors performed a lumpectomy on her, after which they, along with her radiologist, advised her to get a double mastectomy.PHOTOS: Yolanda Foster’s Battle With Lyme Disease – Her Instagram Diary “And so I said, ‘OK.While she offered little comment about the possibility of marriage on the horizon, she had much to say about Sandra's lasagna recipe, which contains two cans of Campbell's tomato soup, and two cups of cottage cheese.While she conceded that Sandra might use cottage cheese because Andrew is trying to watch his weight, she added: "That's Well, like most things in her semi-homemade world, these ingredients must be more cost efficient than the original. The typical can of Campbell's tomato soup, according to online grocery store service Peapod, costs .67 for a 10-oz can, bringing the total for the recipe to .34. A 16-oz package of Breakstone cottage cheese costs .99. If you were to, however, go off of a recipe from say, Mario Batali, you would be shopping for two 28-oz cans of whole peeled tomatoes, which Hunt's sells for .00 each (.00 total), and 4 ounces of ricotta cheese. A 15-oz package of Polly-O ricotta cheese goes for .99, but your lasagna's 4-oz portion only sets you back a little more than .00. So, there you go; you don't have to use tomato soup and cottage cheese for cost efficiency.