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Latest Paula Deen Items
Celebrity cook Paula Deen, whose career was derailed after she admitted using racial slurs, is going digital.
Approaching a year since the Food Network pulled the plug on her TV show, Paula Deen will hit the road this summer to cook for fans.
A simple impression won't likely get you far, but if your impersonation of a Savannah icon nails that character, Old Savannah Tours might have a gig for you.
Paula Deen and her younger brother, Bubba, have shut off the fish fryer and locked the doors at the Savannah seafood restaurant that served as the backdrop to a workplace discrimination lawsuit that stained the celebrity cook's reputation.
Uncle Bubba's Seafood & Oyster House in Savannah, owned by Paula Deen's brother Bubba Hiers, shuttered its doors suddenly on Thursday without notifying employees.
Paula Deen says she relates to football player Michael Sam and his desire to avoid being labeled.
Paula Deen's comeback trail is leading her to the Smoky Mountains of east Tennessee.
Paula Deen continued maneuvering for a comeback Sunday, turning a beachside cooking demonstration into a public apology for the racist comments that decimated her career last year.