The restaurant opened in Tennessee today. Former Food Network star and deep fryer overlord Paula Deen threw open the doors to her new butter palace in Pigeon Forge, Tenn. today and people went wild. News broke earlier this month that...Show More Summary
Paula Deen has been busy. The "Queen of Southern Cuisine" just launched a video game in March and now her newest endeavor, a restaurant in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee, will open later this month. "Paula Deen's Family Kitchen" will start serving customers on Monday, April 27, which is exciting news for butter enthusiasts everywhere. Show More Summary
Pigeon Forge, Tennessee is usually a quiet and peaceful place, the humdrum of everyday life only interrupted by the delighted screams of the fun-seekers at the town’s beloved main attraction: Dollywood. But now another southern beauty is moving into Pigeon Forge, and she’s about to cover everything in boo-ter. Read more...
It's called Paula Deen's Family Kitchen. Watch out Pigeon Forge, Tennessee: Disgraced former Food Network star Paula Deen plans to start shoving butter down your gullets when her new restaurant opens April 27. According to a press release, the restaurant — called Paula Deen's Family Kitchen — will serve breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Show More Summary
It will likely air later this year. Disgraced cooking show host Paula Deen may never appear on Food Network again, but her sons Bobby and Jamie are in the midst of filming a new show for the channel. According to AL.com, the Deen brothers will be in Alabama this weekend to shoot an episode of their upcoming series Southern Fried Road Trip. Show More Summary
"Reports are indicating that the depiction of Deen in her game may be a potential copyright infringement. The caricature of Deen is a little too close to artist Jerrod Maruyama's drawing of her."...
You love Southern cooking, right? Then by extension you love Paula Deen, a celebrity chef who may or may not have been involved in a scandal or two in her day. But like all random celebrities worth their salt, she has an iOS game, so Lonnie takes it for a spin to see if it tastes buttery and delicious. Show More Summary
Last month, Paula Deen Ventures and Dream Forge Entertainment released Paula Deen’s Recipe Quest on iOS and Android devices. The puzzle game sees players teaming up with the \"Queen of Southern Cuisine\" to complete match-three puzzle...Show More Summary
As I write this, the latest uproar about racist speech, this after the SAE frat boys, after the Ferguson police comments, after the Paula Deen craziness, is the racist and homophobic tweets by members of the San Francisco Police Department. It is the familiar pattern of getting caught out. Show More Summary
Post by Liz Alterman. Former Food Network star Paula Deen is making her return to television following a near-two-year hiatus after claims of racist behavior pretty much cost the butter-loving celebrity chef her career. The Georgia cook will be appearing on Evine Live, formerly ShopHQ, where she'll be selling some pretty pricey ingredients. Show More Summary
From left to right, Deen (the human), her likeness in Paula Deen's Recipe Quest, and Jerrod Maruyama original illustration. Image: Jerrod Maruyama Paula Deen's new mobile game is bad, but it did lead me to a salad recipe that was pretty good, so it wasn't a total loss. Show More Summary
The fallen Southern butter queen will host a show on Evine Live. Disgraced food person/comeback queen Paula Deen announced that she will return to cable television after a 22-month hiatus. According to a release, Deen will host a show...Show More Summary
Paula Deen is set to return to cable television after an almost two-year absence with a new live show on the network EVine Live.
The queen of buttered and fried foods is making her return to cable television after being dropped from the Food Network in 2013. Paula Deen’s new cooking and shopping show will debut on Evine Live on Wednesday. According to the NewYork Post, Paula Deen’s Kitchen will have a three-hour premiere and will then air live segments once every six to eight weeks.
Get your credit cards ready. Paula Deen is back in full force. Since her brutal 2013 fall from grace, the Queen of Southern Cuisine has been slowly easing herself back into public view with things like a Candy Crush–style phone app and a digital network mostly full of Home Cooking reruns. Show More Summary
Former Food Network personality Paula Deen deserved a better game than some mobile puzzle fluff, so I tasked our readers with creating an appropriately epic PD experience. Mission accomplished. Read more...
Nintendo announces that they have new console in the works codenamed NX. Paula Deen has a new game. Kojima is leaving Konami and Mortal Kombat X gets the Predator. These stories and more in this edition of the Weekly Recap.Click To Continue Reading
Your TV may be wreaking havoc on your diet. Watching any old show on the tube while simultaneously snacking can contribute to extra poundage, and new research suggests that food shows in particular (looking at you, Paula Deen) can have...Show More Summary
Anyone who has ever watched Paula Deen or Guy Fieri will not be surprised by this news, but nevertheless, here it is: researchers have found that women who watched cooking shows and tried those recipes for themselves had higher BMIs than women who just watched the shows but didn't do any cooking. Read more...
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