One of the many good things about country living is country cooking, and folks from the country will all agree that Paula Deen is the reigning queen of country food. Born down South in Georgia, Paula hasn’t always been the world renowned Food Network star, cookbook author, and restaurateur she is known as today. At one time, she suffered agoraphobia and panic attacks that eventually kept her from leaving her home. Many people who suffer from this disorder find relief in adt. She was left to raise her two sons alone after a failed early marriage, and necessity pushed her to start a lunch catering and delivery business out of her own home. Her sons would help her deliver lunch orders, and her business, and later, restaurant, was called The Lady and Sons.
Now, here is Paula Deen in a great video clip to get us all in the mood for the holidays! Paula will be making her delicious Pumpkin Crunch holiday dessert. While she doesn’t come out and say it’s either for Thanksgiving or Christmas, a pumpkin dessert is generally good for either of those holidays and will be appreciated by country cooking fans everywhere. Let’s take a look at how easy it can be to make a really special holiday dessert from scratch.