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Paula Deen's The Deen Family Cookbook by [Deen, Paula]
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Is there anyone still left out there who doesn’t know the ever-ebullient Paula Deen? This Savannah restaurateur appears all over television and has even garnered a movie role. Somehow, she still finds time to generate cookbooks. In her newest effort, she draws heavily on recipes from her large extended family. Her sons, who appear with their mother regularly, have started families of their own, and readers now meet a whole host of aunts, uncles, cousins, and other kin, each of whom seems to have a magic touch in the kitchen. Son Bobby contributes a healthy baked chicken with lime and mustard. Niece Corrie reaches outside the southern tradition for some Thai-inspired dishes. Aunt Peggy’s meat loaf boosts the classic hamburger-and-oatmeal version. Friend Katie Lee Joel offers a pumpkin pancake. Alan Richardson’s photos of the Deen family enhance the intimate, homey atmosphere. --Mark Knoblauch

About the Author

Paula Deen is the bestselling author of thirteen books and an Emmy Award–winning Food Network television star. She was born and raised in Albany, Georgia. She later moved to Savannah, where she started The Bag Lady catering company. The business took off and evolved into The Lady & Sons restaurant, which is located in Savannah’s historic district and specializes in Southern cooking. She also co-owns Uncle Bubba’s Oyster House with her brother. Paula publishes a bimonthly magazine, Cooking with Paula Deen, and is a regular guest on QVC, where she sells her books and food products.

Product Details

  • File Size: 21885 KB
  • Print Length: 288 pages
  • Publisher: Simon & Schuster (November 25, 2009)
  • Publication Date: December 1, 2009
  • Sold by: Simon and Schuster Digital Sales Inc
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B001NLL95U
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  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #303,063 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Omygosh...a cookbook that's a good read. What a concept. Paula makes cooking fun and just a little naughty...I mean...real butter, bacon, sugar and just the right amount of sauce. Thank goodness there are still cooks who create real food. Lots of great recipes...if I had to pick a favorite I guess it would be Michael's sinful twice baked potato...it's a meal unto itself. With the fabulous photography and easy instructions you can't miss...and believe me, I am no cook...but I can wow my guests with these recipes.
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I had become tired of buying cookbooks sight unseen, and then being disappointed by the recipes once the book arrived. This had become especially true of some the the "celebrity" chef books of late. So, I decided to check this book out of my local library first and what a pleasant surprise I found. This is a GREAT cookbook with a nice variety of recipes provided not just by Paula and her sons, but also her extended family. And each recipe is accompanied by a story about the person or the recipe and it was a really great read on top of adding some superb recipes to my collection. The recipes are easy to follow and make, and there aren't too many obscure ingredients that you would have to go in search of, and many are made with staples that you probably keep on hand. It covers everything from appetizers to desserts, and I can not wait to make the coconut bread pudding. YUM! I am so pleased with the cookbook, I plan on buying my own copy. You will thoroughly enjoy the book!

Update: I have made two recipes from this book and they were great. The first one was Jamie's Mexican Chicken and Tortilla Casserole. My eight year old son loved it--said it was a "keeper" and I should definitely make it again. The other was Corrie's Christmas Granola Waffles with Buttered Pecan Syrup. We did not use the granola--however, we did make the waffles and they are out of this world. I have made homemade buttermilk pancakes once a week for the past 8 years as either a Saturday or Sunday morning breakfast for my family, and this recipe has replaced that ritual. Both of my kids LOVE them, and they ask for them whenever I am taking breakfast requests. You will not be disappointed!
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Like many others, I am showing my support for Paula Deen by purchasing one of her many cookbooks. No one is perfect, we have all said and done things that were regretful. Perhaps we should consider changing some of the men whose faces grace our American currency. Weren't some of them slave owners? Times change, people change and hopefully we grow and learn from our mistakes. Stay strong Paula, all storms pass eventually.
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I love love loved this book! It was so much fun reading all the little family stories that go along with the recipes - Paula's family is just as hilarious as she is (no surprise there, I guess)! The recipes all seem pretty easy to make and they're so creative. My #1 favorite is Aunt Peggy's meatloaf (no boring old meatloaf here!), and I can't wait to try all of the sweets recipes. Her cousin's recipe for whoopee pies looks amazing. And it's even got a healthy family recipe chapter - who would have thought? Looks delicious!
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I just purchased this cookbook and a cute rooster napkin holder in support of Paula Deen. I think it is terrible what the media and all of the companies that are dropping her are doing to her. I have never even seen her show and I only cook because I have to eat but I ordered the cookbook anyway. Maybe I will give it to someone for a wedding present. If I were held accountable for every bad word I said 27 years ago I would be in big trouble! I hear young people use the N word all time, why is it only OK for some people to use it? Double standards I guess. I wanted to order her new book that is coming out but Bantam Publishers dropped her like a hot potatoe, maybe we should not buy any books from that publisher! A BIG Thank You to Amazon for keeping her products available!!!!!!!
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I am using the power of my pocketbook to show my support for Paula, directly related to the savage destruction of her life and career for something that happened a long time ago. The vicious and gleeful manner in which the media relentlessly sought to destroy the lovely Paula has truly turned my stomach. I ordered 2 of Paula's books yesterday, along with her son Bobby's cookbook, and when I heard this morning that more sponsors were dropping her, I came back and bought 2 more, including a pre-order for her new one. THEN, I find out tonight that her publisher has also thrown her under the bus, and we won't be able to enjoy Paula's new book, which made me so FURIOUS that I just bought yet another of her gorgeous books...a book about Paula's southern style!!!! As so many others have stated, I did not need another cookbook at all, but I will continue to buy them and give them as gifts, as a show of solidarity to Paula and her family. I have always loved her show and I will miss her, but I am so angry at the Food Network that I will never watch them again....and I am so disappointed in them for not defending such a sweet lady, who made vast amounts of money for them. I am also disgusted by all of the big box stores piling on Paula, all the while selling rapper's CD's with the dreaded N word used repeatedly....such utter hypocrisy! Thank-you Amazon for continuing to sell Paula's books..hold your head high Paula!!
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