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There are lots of good fried corn recipes on the Zaar but there is NO bacon in this dish. It uses butter instead. I also thought the basil added was a great touch. I got this recipe from her magazine. Quick and easy. I bet you can use frozen corn too.
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This is from Paula Deen of Food TV and is what I fixed for Christmas Dinner 2005. I was tempted to open the oven to check how things were going, but I resisted...waiting until it had cooked 40 minutes at the final stage of cooking. I had a 9+ pound roast a
I made this recently it's an amazing Paula Deen recipe! Paula also suggests a raspberry syrup consisting of 1 cup raspberry preserves, 3 tablespoons water and 2 tablespoons raspberry liquer, simmered in a saucepan over medium heat until thinned out like sy
There are about as many coleslaw recipes as there are people. I myself like a variety coleslaws. I especially like the sweetness of this recipe from Paula Deen of the Food Network. The texture is also interesting as most of the ingredients are chopped in t
Recipe courtesy Paula Deen
This was the wedding cake Paula Deen used for her wedding. This recipe is not formulated for a wedding cake, but for a normal size everyone can use. Increase as needed if you are making tiered or extra large cakes.
This is another Paula Deen magazine recipe that we loved. I always have Key lime juice on hand, so when I saw the recipe I had to try it. The cake is light with a yummy white chocolate frosting.
Recipe courtesy Paula Deen, 2007
Eating this Paula Deen Classic is like throwing a party in your mouth. The crunch of the toasted nuts in the crust contrast beautifully with the cool creamy filling; while the blueberries just pop open with each bite. There is a lot of action going on in t