Paula Deen has been off the air for more than a year after a scandal, but now, the culinary icon returns with the launch of the new Paula Deen Network.
The queen of Southern cuisine is back. Paula Deen made her first public appearance after admitting to using racial slurs and getting fired from The Food Network.
Over the weekend, Todd Starnes told us the shocking story of how he was temporarily blocked from posting on Facebook. This morning on Fox and Friends, Todd sat on the curvy couch with Alisyn, Brian and Eric to tell us the latest on this story. Facebook claims it was just a mistake and Starnes was un-blocked as soon as they noticed what had happened.
Southern TV chef Paula Deen broke down Wednesday in her first TV interview since the controversy erupted surrounding allegations that she used a racial epithet. It's still uncertain whether or not her tearful plea to the public on the 'Today' show did her any good.
The Food Network has announced that it will not renew Paula Deen’s contract when it expires at the end of the month.
Paula Deen just issued an online video apologizing for her use of the N-word in the past.
Celebrity chef Paula Deen admitted in a recent deposition to having used the N-word in commenting on a black man who robbed a bank she was working at. Deen is currently being sued, along with her brother, for sexual and racial discrimination in the work place.