Paula Deen says she has Type 2 diabetes.
"I was determined to share my positive approach and not let diabetes stand in the way of enjoying my life," Deen said Tuesday, announcing her launch of Diabetes in a New Light.
VIDEO: Paula Deen asks Dr. Oz to help her quit smoking
Paula Deen, Dr. Oz
Paula Deen has two vices — potatoes and cigarettes — and she's ready to kick the latter.
"I'm so embarrassed and ashamed," she tells Dr. Oz on his talk show in an emotional interview scheduled to air Tuesday.
Paula Deen: I'm shocked by Anthony Bourdain's comments — since I've never met him
The queen of Southern-fried cooking admits that she's been smoking up to ...
Paula Deen, Anthony Bourdain
Paula Deen says she's shocked, but is taking the high road after Anthony Bourdain called her the "most dangerous person to America" and claimed her food "sucks."
Anthony Bourdain's celebrity chef smackdown
"I was actually kind of shocked considering I've never met Anthony," Deen told Fox and Friends Friday. "I know he's never been to my home; I've never cooked for him. I don't think he's been to my restaurant. I was really ...
Anthony Bourdain takes on the personalities who leave a bad taste in his mouth.
"The worst, most dangerous person to America is clearly Paula Deen. She revels in unholy connections with evil corporations and she's proud of the fact that her food is f---ing bad for you. If I were on at seven at night and loved by millions of people at every age, I would think twice before...
Cheers to Top Chef: All-Stars for taking one cheftestant down a much-needed peg.
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Following his sweep of the Muppets cookie quickfire and the Target all-night elimination challenge, Dale Talde was getting a little big for his britches ("I crushed an episode!" he exclaimed. "I've won $30,000, but I'm a greedy American."). Pride goeth before the fall: His oyster-wrapped steak failed ...
Scarlett Johansson, making her third appearance as Saturday Night Live host, used her monologue to poke fun at how young celebrities can easily stay out of the limelight: wear underwear, don't do a reality show and don't act surprised if your sex tape comes out.
The 25-year-old Tony winner later did an impression of Millionaire Matchmaker's Patti Stanger.
Carrie Underwood took top honors at the 2010 CMT Music Awards, winning the buckle award for video of the year for "Cowboy Casanova," as well as performance of the year for "Temporary Home."
The ceremony, hosted by Kid Rock and broadcast live from Nashville, took on a more somber note as...
Kate Gosselin is starting hosting duties on a talk show with the Food Network's Paula Deen and several other prominent moms.
The View-like talk show is geared towards working moms, and the pilot is scheduled to tape this Sunday in Manhattan, reports the New York Post.
Kate Gosselin says she will not remarry for a "long, long time"
The hosts include...
OK, is this weird? I could watch the Food Network all day. I'm serious. I might have even spent a Sunday doing just that. Anyone else? (Ali, I know you're out there!) Now, I have no culinary experience aside from watching my grandmother whip up family-size entrees without measuring a thing or glancing at a cookbook. In fact, I'm pretty sure she could peel all the apples for her unbeatable pie blindfolded before I finish rolling out the dough. But despite my lack of entertaining or occasional cereal dinners (that's right, I admitted it), I crave the ability to perfect recipes, chop garlic super fast and pull biscuits out of the oven while viewers watch in admiration.Among my favorites on the Food Network are Giada De Laurentiis and her simple approach to Italian cooking; Paula Deen for the mere amusement of her endearing accent and mounds of butter; Bobby Flay for his masterful grill skills (I'll never forget the lobster quesadillas he made one day); and last, but not least, Rachael ...
If employees of Smithfield Foods have their way, she sure will be. The union to which the staffers want to belong is trying to get the Food Network dish to cut her ties to the company for which she has been a spokeswoman since last fall and they're not shy about letting her know it. During a recent book-tour appearance at the National Museum of Natural History, two dozen protesters held a prayer rally outside. Those rabble-rousers! What will they think of next? A staring contest? A declaration of "I'm not speaking to you"?