FILE - This Oct. 11, 2012 file photo originally released by LG Electronics shows Food Network star and "Share our Strength" ambassador Sandra Lee hosts a blogger cook-off on the first day of the Food Network New York City Wine & Food Festival in New York. Lee is pleading a simple message about Superstorm Sandy recovery efforts _ Don't get complacent. Though government efforts to help those caught in the path of last week's epic storm have been tremendous, as have contributions by corporations and individual donors, Lee fears a fallout from all the goodwill and good deeds _ people outside the worst-hit areas might assume the work is finished. Lee has been working the phones to arrange corporate donations for New York's food banks and other charities, including five truckloads of food and emergency supplies from Kmart and Sears. (AP Photo/ LG Electronics, Diane Bondareff, file)

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FILE - This Oct. 11, 2012 file photo originally released by LG Electronics shows Food Network star and "Share our Strength" ambassador Sandra Lee hosts a blogger cook-off on the first day of the Food Network New York City Wine & Food Festival in New York. Lee is pleading a simple message about Superstorm Sandy recovery efforts _ Don't get complacent. Though government efforts to help those caught in the path of last week's epic storm have been tremendous, as have contributions by corporations and individual donors, Lee fears a fallout from all the goodwill and good deeds _ people outside the worst-hit areas might assume the work is finished. Lee has been working the phones to arrange corporate donations for New York's food banks and other charities, including five truckloads of food and emergency supplies from Kmart and Sears. (AP Photo/ LG Electronics, Diane Bondareff, file)
FILE - This Oct. 11, 2012 file photo originally released by LG Electronics shows Food Network star and "Share our Strength" ambassador Sandra Lee hosts a blogger cook-off on the first day of the Food Network New York City Wine & Food Festival in New York. Lee is pleading a simple message about Superstorm Sandy recovery efforts _ Don't get complacent. Though government efforts to help those caught in the path of last week's epic storm have been tremendous, as have contributions by corporations and individual donors, Lee fears a fallout from all the goodwill and good deeds _ people outside the worst-hit areas might assume the work is finished. Lee has been working the phones to arrange corporate donations for New York's food banks and other charities, including five truckloads of food and emergency supplies from Kmart and Sears. (AP Photo/ LG Electronics, Diane Bondareff, file)
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