Sandra Lee’s Mastectomy
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Biography - Who is Sandra Lee?
Sandra was born July 3, 1966 in Los Angeles, California. Her professional career started with selling stuff on QVC channel. In 2003, her show Semi-Homemade Cooking with Sandra Lee started on Food Network. She often gets criticized, epsecially for the fact that her recipes are using bought stuff and Lee is not cooking from scratch. However, in this discipline Sandra is really a talent. She’s currently dating Governor of New York.
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|Height||1.63 m, 5’4” (feet & inches)|
|Weight||65.5 kg, 144 pounds|
|Cup Size||Cup Size E|
She received a double mastectomy in May, according to people.com. People Magazine says Ms. Lee had to undergo an additional surgery this past August to treat a post-op infection. Now, she has told People that she’s waiting until after the Super Bowl to undergo breast reconstruction.
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Quotes by Sandra Lee
"It's really easy to figure out why I love what I love, the holidays and food. I know the difference between having them and not having them."
"At this point in my life I am just about enjoying my free time and my downtime and that's what is about for us. My job is about making your job easier. I take a lot of pride in the quality of what I present, especially in 'Money Saving Meals.'"
"Give yourself permission to get the most out of your life. If you're spending all your time scrubbing corners with a toothbrush, you're kind of missing the point. Taking shortcuts doesn't mean shortcutting the end result."
"Christmas is more stressful with present buying and making sure everyone gets included, but Thanksgiving is really not that. I don't ever really get stressed out about the food."
"I always buy the smaller turkeys. On the pre-baste put pats of butter on the meat under the skin, put the skin back on, put a bunch of seasoning on the top, call it a day, put it in the oven. With a 10 - 12 pound turkey you are done in a couple of hours."