Written by Abel Rodriguez
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Thursday, 4 July 2013

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Paula says she hopes that she does not have to sell her home Cornbread Acres Estates in Savannah.

SAVANNAH, Georgia - Former Food Network cooking show host Paula Deen has literally had her culinary world turned upside down like one of her famous peach cobbler upside down cakes.

The 66-year-old Southern fried native of Savannah, Georgia says she feels like she got blindsided by a hurricane, a tornado, an earthquake, a tsunami, and a damn swarm of cicadas all at onest (once).

Miss Paula has been dropped by sponsors and advertisers left and right and all over Dixieland.

Some of the more prominent ones include The Food Network, Target, Sears, J.C Penney, Walmart, Home Depot, Walgreens, and Ballantine Books.

But there are others...


  1. The Hey Y'all Cornbread Company
  2. The I Is What I Is Eyeliner Company
  3. Redneck Light Beer
  4. The Southern Belle Wig Leasing Shop
  5. The Catfish 'B' Us Catfish Restaurant Franchise
  6. The Paula Deen Bobblehead Doll Toy Company
  7. Johnny Reb Pawn Shops of Georgia
  8. The Woe Is Me Wrinkle Cream Company
  9. The Buttah Me Biscuits Corporation
  10. The Land of Cotton Tampons

[NOTE: The Plantation Brand Grits Company based in Deen's hometown of Savannah is still contemplating on whether they will drop her or not.]

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