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RFD-TV is proud to welcome popular food personality Paula Deen to our programming lineup! “Positively Paula,” is a nationally-syndicated lifestyle/food show that invites viewers to share a moment with their friend: Paula Deen, who we know and love.

“I am so excited to invite my friends from around the country into my home kitchen each week,” said Paula Deen. “We are going to have an incredible time cooking up a storm and sharing the most special memories.” read more

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