Paula Deen's culinary career began in June 1989 out of her kitchen with the Bag Lady, a home-based lunch delivery service in Savannah. The bag lady was extremely successful and soon outgrew her kitchen. On January 8th, 1996 she opened her own restaurant, The Lady & Sons, in downtown Savannah. In 1999, USA today named the Lady & Son's the "International Meal of the Year". In 1997, Deen published her first cook book, The Lady & Sons Savannah Country Cookbook. As luck would have it, a major publishing company house picked it up when one of their literary agents walked into the restaurant to escape a rainstorm. Shortly after that, Deen's cookware was appearing on QVC. In the next few years Paula published many more cookbooks. "Paula's Home Cooking" premiered on the TV Food Network on November 16th, 2002. The program features Deen doing what she does best-being herself, teaching people how to bring joy into their kitchens and homes. With Deen it is about teaching viewers to bring out the best in their families and creating happy memories no matter what the budget is. In Fall 2006 Deen launched her second program, "Paula's Party", on the Food Network. She invites guests to participate in her cooking classes. Viewers get an inside look at what makes Deen so special- her clever wit, jovial laugh and sheer genius at making people feel good.Features:
|2 Piece Enamel on Steel Mixing Bowl Set||11.75" H x 11" W x 13.75" D||5 lbs|
|Mixing Bowl Set:||Yes|
|Product Category:||Mixing Bowls|
Questions & Answers
Paula Deen 2 Piece Enamel on Steel Mixing Bowl Set
Helen from California
These mixing bowls are a lot smaller than I thought they would be. They're beautiful bowls and the quality is fantastic, they're just really small. If they were larger I'd rate them a five.
Mixing away with Paula Deen
Joan from Nebraska– Verified Buyer
Love this matching mixing Paula Deen set. I purchased a few different items from her line and love them all. Great selection and really good prices.
Shelly from Tama, IA– Verified Buyer
They are a lot smaller than I thought they would be. The smaller bowl is like a large cereal bowl.
Paula Deen mixing bowls
Tina Morris from Crossville, TN– Verified Buyer
I use these bowls for just about anything I mix in. I love the durability of these bowls. The color is awesome. I love love love these bowls.
Anonymous from MA
The Paula Deen 2 piece enamel on steel mixing bowl set is great. I have been using these bowls for a while now and I really like them. Great quality.
SEEM SO FRAGILE
Tania Ramirez from Sacramento, CA– Verified Buyer
I BOUGHT THESE THINKING THEY WERE STURDY AND I WOULD BE ABLE TO USE WITH MY ELECTRICAL MIXER INSTRUCTIONS SAY METAL UTENSILS CAN BE USED BUT ELECTRIC MIXER NOT RECOMENDED BCUZ IT MAY CHIP THE BOWLS...THIS IS SO NOT WORTH MY MONEY THEY SEEMS SO FRAGILE,THIN AND BREAKABLE WITH ANY TYPE OF MIXING...IM SO RETURNING THEM!
Perfect sizes for mixing needs
Brenda Merrifield from Las Vegas, NV– Verified Buyer
I have the Robin's egg blue set of cookware and these bowls match the finish of the pots and pans which is a nice complimentary addition.
Excellent size bowls
Sheila from North Little Rock, AR– Verified Buyer
I want to order more of these sets to match the pans I bought.
Riverrat715 from small town, WI
These bowls are beautiful and so well made. I am sure they will last for years with simple care. I think they can be used any where as they are so atractive. Couldn't be more pleased. Paula Deen really knows what a woman wants in her kitchen. Thanks
t from central florida
matches set nice.2 piece aqua bowl set has specs like cookware.
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