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Cooking with Paula Deen November/December 2018

Cooking with Paula Deen magazine gives readers more of what they love from the queen of southern cooking, Paula Deen. Each issue offers flavorful recipes for sharing with family and friends, along with access to Paula's life and her family traditions. Truly a food lifestyle magazine, Cooking with Paula Deen showcases down-home recipes and cooking tips, entertaining inspiration, travel suggestions, home decorating ideas, and much more.

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the art of gumbo

Some may tell a story through words, but in Lafayette, stories are best told through food—especially gumbo. And just like a story can be told many different ways, so can a gumbo be made. Whether it’s okra, wild wood duck and sausage, chicken and seafood, or green gumbo that you’re after, one thing is certain: Something this steeped in history is going to be tasty. According to folklorist John Laudun, “Gumbo is not a word, it’s a syntax, a way of putting something together.” While gumbo variations are mostly influenced by region, they do have one commonality: roux, a thickener made of flour that’s been slowly browned in oil. Like gumbo, roux varies, coming in different shades, thicknesses, and tastes—some are lighter, golden caramel in color, and often used in seafood gumbos,…

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happy holidays

THE HOLIDAYS ARE RIGHT AROUND THE CORNER, Y’ALL! This joyous season makes me so excited to spend precious time with family and friends and, of course, make some of my favorite recipes. Food is at the heart of all of my celebrations, and in this issue, I’m sharing dishes that remind me of holidays at home. What makes this season so special is each of the festivities to celebrate from November through the rest of the year, and I’ve created menus for every occasion. Try my harvest meal on page 33 to enjoy fall’s best flavors as the season comes to a close, turn to page 51 for a festive Christmas dinner menu that your family will adore, and start planning ahead for a lucky new year with my New Year’s…

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a sweet season

MADE IN THE SOUTH KING BEAN COFFEE ROASTERS After experiencing the booming coffee scene in Seattle, Washington, during his Navy deployment, Kurt Weinberger knew he had to bring the robust coffee culture of the Pacific Northwest back home to the South. Combining his passion for good coffee with his culinary upbringing, Kurt started King Bean Coffee Roasters in Charleston, South Carolina, in 1994 in his parents’ garage. Since then, the King Bean staff has worked tirelessly on finetuning their roasting process and developing rich, distinctive flavor profiles within the beans. The brand is now sold in stores all over the South in blends including Cold Brew, Southern Pecan, Twenty Strong, and Sullivan’s Blend. During the holidays, bold, seasonal options such as Silent Night, Peace & Joe, and Merry & Bright are extremely…

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winter events

Vardaman Sweet Potato Festival Satisfy your love of sweet potatoes with a trip to the Vardaman Sweet Potato Festival in Vardaman, Mississippi. Held November 3–10, the festival will feature a Sweet Potato Queen and King contest, a concert in the park, arts and crafts, and a plethora of sweet potato dishes. Visit vardamansweetpotatofestival.com for more information. National Gingerbread House Competition Gingerbread fans will not want to miss Omni Grove Park Inn’s 26th annual National Gingerbread House Competition on November 19 in Asheville, North Carolina. Gingerbread artists will gather to create spectacular, edible designs to be judged by renowned food, arts, and media professionals. From November 25, 2018, to January 1, 2019, visitors can view the houses on display. Learn more at omnihotels.com/hotels/asheville-grove-park.…

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joyous baking

1. Bake for the holidays in style in this Cottage Plaid Apron. $25, kafhome.com 2. Deck your kitchen in seasonal merriment with Merry Christmas Y’all Cookie Tins and Dish Towel. $7.99–$12.99 each, pauladeenshop.com 3. This Pyrex Portables Pie Carrier and 9-inch Pie Plate keeps your pie fresh and makes transporting a breeze with its easy-carry handle. $21.99, pyrexware.com 4. Create cute goodies in this durable, nine-well Gingerbread Silicone Cookie Pan. $12.95, countrykitchensa.com 5. Serve desserts with simple elegance with this stainless steel Living Expressions 2 Piece Cake/Pastry Server Set. $37.50, wayfair.com 6. Bake adorable petite pies with this Chicago Metallic Professional Mini-Pie Pan with Cutting Tool. $19.99, amazon.com 7. Serve treats for Santa and his reindeer with this adorable Santa Cookies Plate, Jug, and Mug Set. $19.99, kirklands.com…

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the 12th annual hilton head island seafood festival is a coastal cuisine lover(s dream!

The Hilton Head Island Seafood Festival is a weeklong culinary celebration that features top chefs, live music, master classes, and more! Hosted by the David M. Carmines Memorial Foundation, the festival is a unique experience where you’ll not only sample and appreciate local seafood, but also learn from experts who spend their lives perfecting the irresistible Southern cuisine. All Saturday events are family friendly and offer something exciting for everyone to enjoy! Don’t miss out on these special opportunities: The Lowcountry Seafood Experience on the Water will kick off from the world-famous Hudson’s Seafood House on the Docks. You won’t believe the stunning waterfront views! This two-hour excursion will give you the opportunity to learn about shrimping, oystering, clamming, and crabbing from the Lowcountry’s foremost watermen, Christopher and Matthew Shoemaker. The James Beard…

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