Teresa Giudice Reacts After Melissa Gorga Revives Their ‘RHONJ’ Sprinkle Cookie Feud

When it comes to their sprinkle-cookie argument, Teresa Giudice is trying to make things pleasant between Melissa Gorga.

For more than ten years, the Real Housewives of New Jersey’s cast members and sisters-in-law have fought on and off camera. However, according to the episode of Watch What Happens Live airing on Tuesday, Giudice, 50, is prepared to put an argument from season 3 to rest after Gorga delivered the incorrect cookies to her home on Christmas Day.

“She brought me to sprinkle cookies. I told her, ‘Melissa, nobody touched the cookies you brought. I threw them in the garbage!” Giudice said in 2011. “You know what my favorite cookies are? Pignoli cookies.’ That’s all I said.”

On the RHONJ episode airing on Tuesday, the argument was rekindled when Gorga, who is wed to Guidice’s brother Joe, brought sprinkle cookies to a gathering once more.
Following the episode, WWHL host Andy Cohen played a game with Giudice called “To Have and To Grudge Hold,” where he asked the reality star about various feuds that “pissed [her] off in the past.”

Cohen asked the mother of four, “Can you finally forgive Melissa for not knowing your favorite cookies are pignolis, not sprinkle cookies?” Giudice quickly and simply replied, “Yes.”

Cohen followed up and asked, “What was your reaction to her bringing sprinkle cookies today to the party?” And she responded simply, again, saying, “I laughed.”

Teresa Giudice And Melissa Gorga Feud

Back in 2011, Gorga addressed the culinary feud in a blog post. “I don’t know if she was implying that I’m cheap or she just wanted to be mean,” she wrote. “I also don’t know if she has now decided that she is Queen Elizabeth!”

On the Bravo programme, Gorga and Giudice have seen their fair share of family turmoil, including the controversy over Gorga’s first casting in season three.

In December, she told PEOPLE: “Since my family came on the show, it was very hard for me to enjoy being on TV. Here I am, just getting my feet wet, enjoying it, and then bam. I get knocked, really stabbed in the heart with my family coming on the show behind my back.”

“The reason I still talk about it now, and it’s been 10 years, is because it was very traumatic,” she added. “I never signed up to be on a TV show with my family. This was my thing. I was excited about it … and then, all of a sudden, I get bombarded and ambushed by my family. And it was very sad because I felt like my dream kind of shattered.”

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