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'The Paula Deen Network' will see the chef sharing recipes, tips and cooking to fans who subscribe.
Uncle Bubba's Seafood and Oyster House, which is managed by Deen and her brother, suddenly announces the news in a statement on the eatery's website.
Deen, who is restarting her career after she was entangled in a racism controversy last year, tells a magazine that she can relate to Michael Sam's struggle after coming out of the closet.
Fans cheer for Deen when the former Food Network star makes her fourth public appearance at a cooking demonstration since racial slur controversy last year.
The celebrity cook is teaming up with Phoenix-based company Najafi Media to rebuild her brands.
The elderly male New Yorker who tried to extort 250,000 dollars from the celebrity chef goes to prison.
Paula broke down in tears during an appearance at the Metro Cooking and Entertaining show in Houston, Texas after audience members gave her 10-minute standing ovation.
The restaurateur and her ex-employee Lisa Jackson agreed to have the discrimination lawsuit dismissed.
A judge rules that Lisa Jackson, a former manager on Deen's restaurant, has no right to claim racial discrimination because she's white.
Words are, there had been interest in casting the former Food Network cook for the 17th season of the ABC reality show, but she turned down the offer.
Oprah says in an interview that she tried to talk to Paula after news about her using racial slur broke out, but 'then I decided to stay out of it as I saw it blowing up.'
The embattled Southern female cook reforms her team that now includes crisis PR guru Judy Smith and she will be portrayed in positive light via a new Bluewater comic book.
An elderly male New Yorker allegedly tried to extort half a million dollars from the beleaguered chef.
The former Food Network star thanks Barry Weiner 'for the tireless effort and dedication over the many years.'
The restaurateur is citing a recent Supreme Court Prop 8 ruling to fight the lawsuit filed by an ex-employee.