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  Meringue madness with Paula Deen

Made to perfection: Paula Deen’s pies

Nothing says summer like a nice slice of pie. Here, the famous Paula Deen shares her sinfully delicious recipes for lemon meringue, peanut butter, classic vanilla cream and more. Full story

Paula Deen comes out to to help Gulf fishermen

As the thick oil from the BP spill bubbles through the Gulf of Mexico, threatening sea life and wetlands, foodies are taking up knife, fork and wine glass to defend the equally vulnerable reputation of the coast's seafood industry. Full story

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Bacon with everything: A national food crush

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Paula Deen’s family feast: Burgers, potato salad

Chef Paula Deen hit in face by charity ham

How dog poop led to love for Paula Deen

Paula Deen’s cheeseburger casserole for kids

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  Paula Deen’s take on stylish Southern living

Celebrity chef Paula Deen puts down the butter and picks up the swatches in her new book, “Paula Deen’s Savannah Style.” She and co-author Brandon Branch show TODAY’s Al Roker simple decorating ideas.

  Tangy, cheesy pepper jack burgers

Jamie and Bobby Deen, along with their mother, Paula Deen, show TODAY how to prepare some of their favorite recipes featured in their new magazine, “Deen Bros. Good Cooking.”

  Paula Deen hit by a flying ham

Nov. 24: Celebrity chef Paula Deen is recovering this morning after she was hit in the face by a ham being unloaded at a charity event in Atlanta. TODAY’s Ann Curry reports.

  American Idol eyeful

Nov. 24: In today's News You Can't Use, we present Adam Lambert's racy performance, Jon & Kate say goodbye, Sully on "hero sex," and Paula Deen takes a ham to the face. MSNBC's Willie Geist reports.

  Flying ham hits Paula Deen

Nov. 23: Celebrity chef Paula Deen is ok after a run-in with an airborne holiday ham. Msnbc.com's Keva Andersen reports.

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Lady's Brunch Burger
Lady's Brunch Burger

Just when this deep-fried creation seems like it can't get any fattier, cook and TV-show host Paula Deen sticks it between two glazed doughnuts. The burger itself is made of a half-pound of beef mixed with parsley and onion, then topped with a fried egg and bacon.