Paula Deen hosted three different cooking shows: "Paula's Home Cooking," "Paula's Party" and "Paula's Best Dishes." These three shows were broadcast on the Food Network and stopped airing in 2013. Deen has also made appearances on other shows.
Paula Deen was fired in 2013 by the Food Network after she admitted to using a racial slur in the past. In June 2013, Paula admitted to using the slur during a legal deposition.
Maple and Mustard Salmon is a Paula Deen recipe that has five stars on FoodNetwork.com, as of 2015. The dish, which you can prepare on a grill, calls for skin-on salmon fillets. Flavor the salmon with a sauce made from Dijon mustard, Worcestershire sauce, apple cider vi...
One tip for cooking Paula Deen's Traditional Southern Deviled Eggs is to cut the eggs in half lengthwise to remove the yolk; another tip is to garnish them with pickle relish and pimentos in addition to paprika. A lighter version of the traditional recipe is also availa...
Two of the several methods Paula Deen recommends for cooking various cuts of pork roasts are her recipes for Foolproof Standing Rib Roast and Barbecue Pork Roast. Each of these popular recipes is easy to prepare.
Paula Deen's Mama's Pound Cake is relatively high in fat, sugar and cholesterol, and relatively low in fiber, protein and various vitamins and minerals. Consume the cake in moderation.
Cake recipes by Paula Deen can range from easy to difficult. Her Original Gooey Butter Cake is an example of a simple recipe, while her Sugared Rose Parade Layer Cake is an example of a difficult recipe.