It could have been magical.
The "true and damning" information will remain damningly private.
A woman who cooked alongside Paula Deen for 22 years tells her side of the story.
Paula returns to print, sort of.
The embattled celebrity chef is sitting this one out.
Plus: Luke's and No. 7 Sub collaborate, and more, in today's Leftovers.
You can't handle the truth!
"It's not aggressive; it's quite passive. It's got a feel-good factor to it, like a warm blanket on a winter's night, or like a comfortable pair of slippers that you know do the job."
The FBI was called in to stop the plot against Paula.
The celebrity chef ceded control of vast amounts of her empire to friends and relatives.
Patrick and Gina Neely closed their two Tennessee restaurants for renovations last October.
The Paula lawsuit is about broader discrimination in the workplace.
Come on, shake your body, Paula, do the conga.
Random House is out.
"I advised her to let the dust settle and make apologies."
We're running out of ways to say a company is severing ties with the southern celeb chef.
The public relations and crisis manager is said to be helping Deen salvage her brand.
Online auction sites are filling up with random Paula Deen merchandise.