The rest of the media and corporate world may be running away from Paula Deen, punishing the celebrity chef for a 20-year-old remark for which she has apologized profusely.

But the WND Superstore is running toward her.

She’s been abandoned by her TV network, Walmart, Target – even the publisher of her upcoming No. 1 bestselling book in the country, which decided not only to punish Deen but itself as well.

So what is the politically incorrect WND Superstore doing? Stocking up on everything Paula Deen.

Start With Dessert

In this beautiful edition of “The Lady & Sons Just Desserts: More Than 120 Sweet Temptations from Savannah’s Favorite Restaurant (Hardcover)”, Paula devotes her trademark Southern charm to a tempting collection of more than 120 delightful recipes, guaranteed to indulge any sweet tooth. Whether you’re baking for the holidays or an after-dinner treat, there are crowd-pleasers here for any occasion.

Filled with warm baking memories and family stories, “The Lady & Sons Just Desserts: More Than 120 Sweet Temptations from Savannah’s Favorite Restaurant” is a kitchen classic. There are also helpful baking tips for measuring ingredients, storing leftovers and even cutting a few calories, as well as tasty flavor variations and unique serving suggestions throughout. So bring the folks together to create your own memorable meals and occasions – and remember to save room for dessert!

Family, Friends and Food

Nothing is more important to Paula than her family, and nothing makes that big family happier than sitting down to a meal together. In “Paula Deen’s The Deen Family Cookbook (Hardcover)”, Paula and the Deens, Hiers, Groovers and Orts share their recipes and memories.

“Many of the bonds my family has were forged over the dinner table and through the sharing of recipes. Cooking is the way we express our love for one another…. I feel so lucky and blessed by the strong support and wonderful memories – and the incredible recipes – that my family has brought me. They are the heart and soul of this book,” says Deen.

She shares more than 140 recipes in “Paula Deen’s The Deen Family Cookbook”, including the Ham and Chutney Biscuit Fingers she puts on the table at every family party as well as the Eggplant and Sausage Lasagnas. And while there’s plenty of butter, bacon and mayonnaise in these pages, you’ll find some of the lighter recipes that Paula enjoys, too: Seared Scallops with Pineapple-Cucumber Salsa is her first choice for a healthful but romantic supper with husband Michael, and Oven-Fried Chicken Breasts with Honey-Yogurt Drizzle lets Paula indulge in her favorite foods without guilt and with room for dessert.

150 Prized Recipes and Ideas

Sharing a delicious meal is everyone’s favorite way of bringing together friends and loved ones. In her cookbook, “Paula Deen & Friends (Hardcover)”, she turns to her friends to share their stories, ideas for entertaining Southern style and, most important, more than 150 of the prized recipes they serve to their families and friends.

With the trademark Southern charm that has made her beloved by fans everywhere, “Paula Deen & Friends (Hardcover)” features delicious, down-home entertaining menus, with recipes that are guaranteed to be instant crowd-pleasers. Whether you’re planning an intimate family dinner, hosting an elegant cocktail party or feeding a hungry crowd for lunch, these mouthwatering meals are the perfect way to share any occasion with good friends – and have fun doing it! From a tailgate picnic to a bridge supper, a christening to a camping trip and a family dinner to an ice cream social, there are recipes to delight any gathering.

Make Cooking a Family Affair

What better way to celebrate childhood than with pancakes around the kitchen table? Or how about a quick snack of Ants on a Log? Paula even shares her tricks for whipping up the perfect breakfast in bed for Mom on Mother’s Day or a fancy dinner for Dad on Father’s Day. “Paula Deen’s My First Cookbook (Hardcover-spiral)” is like a big hug from the queen of Southern hospitality and charm herself. So get in the kitchen with your favorite little ones today and start making those memories! Or for the busiest families, what better way to connect with your family than by cooking in the kitchen? And when the school bake sale calls for volunteers or you need ideas for your sleepover party, “Paula Deen’s Cookbook for the Lunch-Box Set (Spiral-bound)” has the simplest, most delicious recipes for the fun activities that happen all school year long.

The Good Book of Southern Cooking

“Paula Deen’s Southern Cooking Bible: The New Classic Guide to Delicious Dishes with More Than 300 Recipes (Hardcover)” is one of her proudest achievements. A book of classic dishes, dedicated to a whole new generation of cooks – for every bride, graduate and anyone who has a love of a great Southern meal. These recipes for honest, down-home dishes are like passing a generation’s worth of stovetop secrets on from her family to yours.

Deen has been cooking and eating Southern food her entire life, and every meal you make from “Paula Deen’s Southern Cooking Bible” will be a mouthful of her one-of-a-kind spirit and traditions. These recipes showcase the diversity and ingenuity of Southern cuisine, from Cajun to Low-Country and beyond, highlighting the deep cultural richness of gumbos and collards, barbecues and pies. It is, without a doubt, a true Southern cooking bible.

A Cookbook for Every Holiday

“Paula Deen Celebrates!: Best Dishes and Best Wishes for the Best Times of Your Life (Hardcover)” is Paula at her very Southern best. Join her in making and sharing her best dishes for the best times of your life.

She shares with fans old and new how she celebrates a year’s worth of holidays and special occasions.

The Fourth of July is the perfect occasion for an Outdoor Grill Party and Low-Country Boil, and if what you want is a quiet evening at home, pop a movie into the DVD player and chow down on your choice of Paula’s savory and sweet pizzas.

During football season savor Jamie’s Cheeseburger Pies, and give family and friends the gift of a sweet treat at the holidays with Paula’s Icebox Fruitcake or Peppermint Bark. In “Paula Deen Celebrates!” the Christmas feast starts with Cranberry Holiday Brie and stars an impressive Standing Rib Roast, with Twice-Baked Potato Casserole. The show-stopping dessert is Paula’s butter-laden Coconut Pound Cake glazed with coconut syrup and covered with icing and toasted coconut!

What better way to start off the New Year than with a New Year’s Eve Brunch with friends – at midnight! This colorful celebration includes Crab and Spinach Casserole and Baked Tomatoes, and finishes with a quintessentially Southern Hummingbird Cake and Irish Coffee. “Paula Deen Celebrates!” welcomes St. Patrick’s Day, Savannah style, with Lamb Stew and Green Grits Pie. The centerpiece of an Easter dinner is a Peanut Butter-Glazed Ham, accompanied by Spinach-Swiss Casserole, Squash Boats and flaky Butterhorns, with a bonus recipe for Ham Salad that makes eating leftovers a treat. Looking for a reason to party, south-of-the-border style? Try Paula’s Cinco de Mayo Fiesta menu, with Macho Nachos and a cool and creamy Margarita Mousse. Paula honors the memory of her mother, and all the other women who have blessed her life, with a Mother’s Day Tea of dainty sandwiches and irresistible cookies served on her best china, and fathers get their due with a Father’s Day Boating Picnic.

“Paula Deen Celebrates!” decorating and serving ideas will inspire you to use what you have to carry through a theme to make the most informal meal special.

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