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Paula Deen : it ain't all about the cookin'

Author: Paula H Deen; Sherry Suib Cohen
Publisher: New York : Simon & Schuster, ©2007.
Edition/Format:   Book : Biography : EnglishView all editions and formats
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You may think you know the finger-licking, joke-cracking queen of Southern cuisine. You may have even visited her restaurant to taste for yourself the down-home delicacies that made her famous, or even heard her Cinderella story (a single mom started a brown-bag lunch business with $200 and wound up with a thriving restaurant, a fairy-tale second marriage, and popular television shows), but you have never heard the  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Biography
Named Person: Paula H Deen; Paula H Deen
Material Type: Biography, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Paula H Deen; Sherry Suib Cohen
ISBN: 9780743292856 0743292855
OCLC Number: 77573803
Notes: Includes index.
Description: xi, 287 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
Contents: Terror with no name --
Something smells good --
On not listeing to yo' momma --
How do you get to be a woman of substance when your world's fallin' apart? --
The terror did have a name --
The bag lady --
The bottoming out and a new beginning --
What I did for love --
The Land & Sons --
Sharing recipes --
Love on a tug: Michael --
How I got my own television show, and it wasn't no Desperate Housewives --
Backstage secrets and a weddin' to beat all --
Blend. Don't mix, stir or beat --
Food, glorious food, southern style --
So you want to own a resturant? --
Scenes from a life: growth, Cameron, Mr. Jimmy, Bubba, and me --
Southern comfort: things I've learned.
Responsibility: Paula Deen with Sherry Suib Cohen.
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You may think you know the finger-licking, joke-cracking queen of Southern cuisine. You may have even visited her restaurant to taste for yourself the down-home delicacies that made her famous, or even heard her Cinderella story (a single mom started a brown-bag lunch business with $200 and wound up with a thriving restaurant, a fairy-tale second marriage, and popular television shows), but you have never heard the intimate details of her often bumpy road to fame and fortune. She talks about long childhood summers; hard years living in the back of her father's gas station; a high school social life of sleepovers, parties, cheerleading, and boys; and a difficult marriage. The death of her parents precipitated a debilitating agoraphobia that crippled her for years. But even when the going got tough, Paula never lost the good grace and sense of humor that would eventually help carry her to success and stardom.--From publisher description.

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