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:
|3 Piece Enamel on Steel Prep Bowl Set||Unavailable||5 lbs|
|Mixing Bowl Set:||Yes|
|Product Category:||Mixing Bowls|
Questions & Answers
Paula Deen 3 Piece Enamel on Steel Prep Bowl Set
Bowls to small.
Deanna from Tucson, AZ– Verified Buyer
Smaller the I thought they would be. The colors were pretty but the bowls should be bigger for the price they are.
Love the Paula Deen!
Joan from Nebraska– Verified Buyer
I ordered a few different kitchenware items from the Paula Deen collection and love them all. Good quality kitchenware at a fantastic price, as well as a good selection.
Gift for mom
Ana from north bellmore, NY– Verified Buyer
This if the first product out of many, my mom was not happy with. the bowls are cute and nice as a part of a collection but my mom was under the impression that the bowls were bigger. She was a bit disappointed with the size, my mom states the discription was misleading and made it seem like they were bigger.
charles from columbus, GA– Verified Buyer
very nice addition to my collection and very handy
Riverrat715 from smalltown, WI
These are so darned cute and versitile. I am building a Paula Deen collection for my daughter and these fit in beautifully. So many uses for the perfect sized little bowls. Love them and every thing Paula Deen.
Need a prep set? This set is it!
love to cook! from Virginia
I love, love, love! Paula's Prep Bowl Set! When preparing a dish I whip them out, fill them with all my ingredients and then cook away! They are the perfect size and sturdy...no problems with spillage here! Also if I'm not going to cook right away...I cover them and in the fridge they go! If you love to prep before you cook these are the bowls for you!
bought these to use as cat bowls :)
crazy cat lady from goodrich mi– Verified Buyer
Probably not what most people buy these for, but I wanted something that woudln't chip easily, dishwasher safe, stackable for cupboard storage. Sometimes they're hard to pull apart when they're stacked. That's my only complaint.
Not as stated
onlynsecret from Dallas, TX– Verified Buyer
Contacted seller after bowls were rcvd, they were not 1.5 qt bowls, they were very, very small bowls. No reply to several inquirues.
Anonymous from New York– Verified Buyer
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