The Whitney Museum has a new cheeseball logo. They’ve also redesigned the site. That much, is a considerable improvement. The site however, loads slow. [The Whitney] Museums for everybody! Abba gets one, so what the hell, Paula Deen Museum. Show More Summary
Paula Deen, the queen of comfort food and, well, butter, could soon have her accomplishments -- and perhaps her doughnut burger recipe -- on display.
This place better serve food. Businesswoman B.J. Fletcher has spent the last two years working to turn Paula Deen's Albany City childhood home into a museum. Fletcher has even enlisted the help of Paula's ex-husband, Jimmy Deen, and they recently purchased Paula's former residence. Show More Summary
The schedule for the 2013 Food Network New York City Wine & Food Festival, scheduled to take place October 17- 20, has been announced and will include appearances by celebrity chefs Anne Burrell, Paula Deen, Guy Fieri, Robert Irvine, and Emeril Lagasse. Show More Summary
As I mentioned in yesterday’s award-winning Watch This piece – it took home “Best Tasting Bacon Dish” at Paula Deen’s family picnic – Macho Man Randy Savage, or Randy Poffo [...] The post Macho Man Randy Savage’s Family Celebrated His Life At Olive Garden appeared first on With Leather.
Grease-slinging butter queen and self-proclaimed doughnut burger inventor Paula Deen might soon get a museum dedicated to her life and accomplishments in Albany, Georgia. Local businesswoman B.J. Fletcher has been working with Deen and her ex-husband Jimmy on the...
Note to Gordon Ramsay, Paula Deen and Ree Drummond: stay out of Germay. A celebrity chef in that nation was killed this week, allegedly by diners displeased with his service. Sources confirm that 57-year old Miki Nozawa died on Monday,...Show More Summary
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We dearly miss Kristen Wiig's hysterical Paula Deen impersonations AND so does she!!! The leading lady has PLENTY of roles lined up in big flicks, but Kristin still remembers her days of yesteryear on Saturday Night Live fondly. In fact, the Anchorman: The Legend Continues actress had a VERY difficult time after leaving the [...]
The New York Sports Club -- the gym that has previously hawked its facilities by offending Paula Deen fans ("paula, you made a fortune off of fat. call us if you want to be around to enjoy it") and New York City first-responders ("first responders, it's time someone took care of you"), has done it again. Show More Summary
The name Butterclock is just weird. The word itself summons images of Dalí-lite kitchen tables covered in timepieces that would make Paula Deen’s mouth water. In actuality though, it’s the moniker for an electro-poppy music maker named Laura Clock, who has been active with bands like oOoOO for a bit now. Show More Summary
Five tons of nutella. Has Paula Deen been spotted in Germany lately?
"They want to know if my mom is mad at me," says Bobby Deen, "for what I'm doing to her recipes. I get that question a lot: 'Is your mom mad?' She's not."
Paula Deen may have lost 40 pounds, but she hasn't given up her favorite guilty pleasure -- french fries.
Paula Deen could never hate a union between two tacos. Or sausages. With butter. Changing your Facebook or Twitter avatar to support a cause is kind of silly, but wasn't it Jesus who said "the silly shall inherit the truth?" No? Fine. Show More Summary
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TMZ ambushed grease queen Paula Deen and breaking: she admitted to being what TMZ calls "a low down dirty diet cheater" because she ate some french fries. When asked why there are no healthy fast food restaurants, Deen said, "I...
Paula Deen's no better than the rest of us when it comes to weight loss -- 'cause she just confessed she's a low down dirty diet cheater, and her main offense is that golden god... the french fry.Paula was at LAX when we chatted about her…
Apaprently, Paula Deen's claims that she invented the donut burger are not entirely true. Her son, Jaime Deen set things straight by telling the world the real story -- his mom based the recipe off something they saw in Minor League Baseball. "You know what's funny is that's not her recipe. Show More Summary
Back in October, grease queen Paula Deen went on Leno and claimed she had invented the infamous doughnut hamburger saying that it "came by accident." It was a bold attempt at revisionist hamburger history, as the doughnut burger dates...