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Sherry Suib Cohen has written twenty-one books for major publishers and was a contributing editor at McCall's, Rosie, New Woman, and Lifetime magazines. She regularly writes for periodicals, including Parade, Family Circle, Redbook, Reader's Digest, and Ladies' Home Journal. Cohen is an award-winning member of the American Society of Journalists and Authors and lives with her husband, Larry, in New York City. She makes a great soup.
I bought this as a birthday gift and the person I bought it for just loved it and shares it with othersPublished 2 months ago by matt
really good cookbook and good cooking tips. I have several of Paula Deen books all are good to have on my shelf.Published 2 months ago by Janet S. Russ
Even if you start small there is nothing that says that it has to stay that way. Paula is an overcomer.Published 2 months ago by Cheryl L. Nolting
I love this book! Who knew Paula was so funny! She is inspirational. I forgive her for the things that were said, due to her back ground and up bringing of her time.Published 3 months ago by winter
Excellent book. It explains lots of things that have been said about Paula. I enjoyed reading it. I recommend it to her fans and also her detractors . Fun read. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Stella Cates
Paul is real in this book and very open. She has had a very interesting life and it was fun to read about.Published 6 months ago by Penny L McMahan
This book was really great. Loved that she was so honest. She is quite a LADY! Love all of her recipes too.Published 6 months ago by donna baker
Book entails life of Paula Deen with many funny moments, and her struggles raising and providing for her family. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Ashley
When reading this book you could feel the warmth of the true Lady of the South that Paula is. She explains her early life in down home terms and using that sometime sharp wit of... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Joseph A. Mellaci