The 41-year-old actress opened up about her split from the 50-year-old celebrity chef in an interview Monday on "Extra."
March finalized her divorce from Flay in July, and assured fans she's doing well personally and professionally.
"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,'" she joked. "But as it turns out, I go out a lot, so looks like I don't have to. My toast is amazing. My cereal is incredible."
"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," she shared. "Business is good, I have great friends, I love my new place. It's really a good time in my life."
March and Flay were married 10 years before separating in March.
The couple split amid rumors the chef had been unfaithful, but March denied commissioning the "cheater" banner that flew over Flay's Hollywood Walk of Fame ceremony in June.
March is best known for portraying assistant district attorney Alexandra Cabot on NBC drama "Law & Order: SVU." She will play the Mayor on new Adult Swim miniseries "Neon Joe, Werewolf Hunter," which is scheduled to premiere Dec. 7.
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