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The Food Network star discusses how she overcame agoraphobia, a troubled marriage, and near poverty to build her successful southern cooking career, and why you should never “mess with Christmas.”
- Paula Deen author of the memoir "It Ain't All About the Cookin'" and five other cookbooks, host of the Food Network's "Paula's Home Cooking" and "Paula's Party, and founder of The Lady & Sons restaurant.
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