Skip to comments.Paula’s big fat secret TV chef famous for Southern-fried decadence to reveal she has diabetes
Posted on 01/13/2012 11:40:31 AM PST by trumandogz
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“her magazine covers always looked creepy. like a psychotic souther lawn knome.”
My thought almost exactly.
I am a native Virginian and can promise you “y’all” and “ain’t “ had no place in the classroom. We actually had indoor bathrooms in our schools, if you can believe it.
I lived in CNY for 17 years. My kids were the only ones who said please, thank you, ma’am and sir consistently. The manners which seem natural to us was seen as fair game. Always good for a few giggles and grins. That was true in Syracuse and in New Jersey where my father was raised.
Doesn’t bother me until someone paints us with a broad brush.
I stopped watching Bourdain when he visited Laos and informed his viewers that the US wrecked Laos and apologized to his host family for it. The invading N. Vietnamese were the ones who invaded Laos as a pathway to S. Vietnam.
It’s most likely their diabetes went away, because to lose weight they reduced the things that were causing their insulin to be too high in the first place—which for most people is consuming to many carbohydrates.
If you measure the crime rate by how many calls are made to 911, then the obvious way to reduce the crime rate is to tell people to stop calling 911, right? Wrong.
Just as the 911 calls are just a symptom of the real underlying problem (actual criminals), excess body fat (especially belly fat on men) is a symptom of an underlying problem—excess insulin production.
Yes I’m sure thats true.
Yeah...She’s a sweet lady no doubt, but I get tired of her making one syllable words like “oil” and “gone” into two.
If she thought she’d get away with it, she’d be using lard in her pie crusts.
I’m down here working in the South myself. Great people. I’m not diabetic, but I need to take insulin with me when I dine with them.
Agreed. I hope she does well controlling her disease. Maybe she will revamp her cooking style to create scrumptious healthy recipes. I'd buy a PD cookbook like that.
She's from Albany, Georgia. I lived there for a year. The drawl in Albany is very, very thick. If anything, Paula has lost some of the Albany accent. :-)
I guess they forgot to mention that she still smokes too (another secret she hasn’t disclosed publicly).