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Stephanie March Needs Cooking Lessons Since Divorce from Bobby Flay

Stephanie March hasn’t starved, but she hasn’t eaten the way she was long accustomed since her divorce from Bobby Flay. The Law & Order: SVU actress and the celebrity chef split up in...
Stephanie March Needs Cooking Lessons Since Divorce from Bobby Flay
Written by Kimberly Ripley
  • Stephanie March hasn’t starved, but she hasn’t eaten the way she was long accustomed since her divorce from Bobby Flay. The Law & Order: SVU actress and the celebrity chef split up in March after 10 years of marriage. Their divorce was final in July.

    During an interview with Extra on Monday, Stephanie March dished about her cooking skills–or lack thereof.

    “I thought I would have to learn to cook, because I’m not really a very good cook and I thought, ‘I’m going to have to pick up a few tricks.’ But as it turns out, I go out a lot, so looks like I don’t have to,” she said. “My toast is amazing. My cereal is incredible.”

    This is the first time Stephanie March has addressed the media since her divorce.

    “Business is good, I have great friends, I love my new place, it’s really a good time in my life,” she said.

    March admits it was difficult seeing her name splashed across the tabloid headlines during her divorce.

    “It’s not pleasant to see your private life out there, but, you know, I consider myself pretty lucky,” she said. “I am by no means the only person to ever go through this and I’m very cognitive of that, and I have a wonderful support network of really good friends and really good family so I don’t spend a lot of time feeling sorry for myself about it.”

    It truly seems like Stephanie March has moved past her painful divorce and on to a new life of her own. Hopefully she won’t attempt to live on a diet of cereal and toast alone, however. Maybe someone will buy her a crock pot and recipe book for the holidays this year?

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