Paula Deen's (4) 12oz. Trays of "Shore is Good" Seafood Dip

Paula Deen's (4) 12oz. Trays of "Shore is Good" Seafood Dip
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Paula Deen's "Shore is Good" seafood dip is sure to bring a smile to your face and satisfaction to your stomach! One of the most popular appetizers at her The Lady & Sons restaurant, the dip is made of crabmeat, shrimp, green peppers, cheddar cheese, and cream cheese. Handmade, flash frozen, and vacuum sealed to lock in freshness, the dip heats up beautifully in the microwave or oven. From Paula Deen.

  • Includes four 12-oz trays of seafood dip
  • Net weight 3 lbs
  • Arrives within two days of shipment; packaged with dry ice, but may arrive with little to none remaining
  • Cannot ship to PR, VI, Guam
  • Made in USA

Dry Ice Info

This item will arrive within 2 days of shipping. Each package is shipped in Dry Ice, ensuring the contents will arrive cold and ready for storage in your freezer.

What is Dry Ice?

Dry Ice is another term for solid carbon dioxide. You know that carbon dioxide ("CO2") is the gas we exhale every time we breathe. When CO2 gas is compressed, it changes to CO2 solid.

Why do we use Dry Ice?

Dry Ice is very cold. In fact, its surface temperature is approximately -110°F, much colder than regular ice, which has a surface temperature of 32°F. Because Dry Ice is so cold, it is an excellent refrigerant to keep perishable food products cool until they arrive to you, the customer.

Why wasn't any Dry Ice remaining when my package arrived?

Dry Ice has special properties that are much different than regular ice. This is due to the chemical differences between water and CO2. Ice will melt to liquid and then evaporate as a gas. Dry Ice skips the liquid phase and changes from a solid directly to a gas. This change is called "sublimation." The dry ice used in the food products we offer usually lasts between 24 to 36 hours. Since we ship our products in 2 days, it is common for little or no dry ice to remain by the time you receive your package. However, your food will still be cold - ready to be put right in your freezer!

About Paula Deen

About Paula Deen

Who would ever think that a housewife from Albany, Georgia with no formal training in food would become one of the country’s most beloved celebrity cooks? Every day, hordes of fans from all over the country line up outside of Paula Deen’s restaurant, Lady & Sons, in Savannah, GA hoping to get a peek of the Food Network’s most approachable chef. This lively Southern woman with piercing blue eyes is proof that dreams can come true. With her best selling cookbooks, entertainment magazine, hit show Paula’s Home Cooking, and the launch of her new show Paula’s Party,it’s easy to see that there is no stopping this woman’s success.

Living with agoraphobia for 20 years and experiencing a crumbling marriage, Deen was left with two growing sons and no source of income. With no education and very little to fall back on, the then-42-year-old housewife reached deep into her Southern roots and drew inspiration from what she knew best – her kitchen stove. Her culinary career began in June of 1989 out of her kitchen with The Bag Lady, a home-based lunch delivery service in Savannah. The woman with the big dreams would whip up tuna fish sandwiches wrapped in Saran Wrap and have her two sons sell them to local businesses. Within two years, The Bag Lady grew too much for a home-based operation, and she eventually opened her first restaurant on Savannah’s Southside called The Lady. In 1996, after five successful years, Deen was ready for yet another challenge and launched her second restaurant The Lady & Sons,which to this day serves thousands of Savannah visitors, including celebrity clientele.

In 1997, Deen published her first cookbook, The Lady & Sons Savannah Country Cookbook. As luck would have it, a major publishing house picked it up when one of their literary agents walked into the restaurant to escape a rainstorm. She picked up the cookbook and immediately realized its potential. Shortly after that, Deen’s cookbook career was off to an impressive start with promotional appearances on QVC, where it quickly became one of the best-selling cookbooks. By then, Deen’s career seemed to have no limits. In the years that followed, she published numerous other cookbooks, including The Lady & Sons Too!, The Lady & Sons Just Desserts, Paula Deen & Friends Living It Up Southern Style, and Paula Deen Classics. On October 24, Simon & Schuster will release Deen’s sixth cookbook, Paula Deen Celebrates.

Paula’s Home Cooking premiered on the Food Network on November 16, 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’s about teaching viewers to bring out the best in their families and creating happy memories no matter what the budget.

This fall, Deen is launching her second program on the Food Network and taking it to a new level by inviting guests to participate in her cooking classes. Paula’s Party premieres in late October and features the silver-tressed wonder being playful and interacting with her audience. Needless to say, with Paula’s Party,viewers will have an inside view into what makes Deen so special – a clever wit, hearty laugh, and shear genius at making people feel good.

Deen appears regularly on “The Today Show,” “Good Morning America,” “The Oprah Winfrey Show,” “The View,” and other leading programs. She recently had an opportunity to have a major acting role in Cameron Crowe’s film Elizabethtown starring Orlando Bloom, Kirsten Dunst, and Susan Sarandon.


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M19416 - Paula Deen's (4) 12oz. Trays of "Shore is Good"Seafood Dip 3.2 5 13 13
Not a Dip - Maybe a Soup or Bisque? Like many of the other reviewers, mine was way runny and I had to sop rather than dip. Had to call QVC, not the quality I expected from Paula Deen and would not recommend this product at all. 02-23-10
Disappointed The dip had a good flavor. It was almost too runny to be a dip and was lacking in actual seafood content for the asking price. I expected a better product from Paula Deen. I did request to be refunded the purchase and will not be purchasing it again. 02-11-10
EXTRAORDINARY!!!! This dip is delicious! We used the first tray on Christmas Day and it was a hit! It has BIG flavor. We served it with crackers and pieces of bread for dippers. Not a bit of it remained. We used a second tray, putting it over penne pasta. It was gourmet,.every bit as good as if you went out to a fancy Italian restaurant. We have 2 more trays and will save them for an occasion when we are looking to have something "extra special" for ourselves or for company. I am sure we will buy this again. You get 4 trays so when you break down the price, it's a very good buy for something extraordinary! 01-14-10
Not Good Overpriced, very bland dip that I would not recommend. 12-25-09
No Seafood in the Seafood Dip I purchased this dip after seeing Paula Deen on many commercials. I assumed since it had the Paula Deen name that it was sure to be good. But, it lacked seafood and flavor it was also quite greasy when coming out of the oven. i would never recommend this dish to anyone. 06-29-09
delicious i have never written a review before this but i had to take the time to say that this dip is great. i will definitely be ordering again. try it you will love it! 06-21-09
Good I have to agree with the other reviews that said this was just OK....I mean, it was good. Would I spend this amount of $$ again on this product? No. The first batch was enjoyable. Then, a week later, I used it as an app. for dinner.....I liked it less then. I think I will try the 3rd tray over pasta and see how that turns out. 04-22-09
Just OK This tasted OK, but I will not spend this much money to re-order it. It was just OK, nothing special. Paula, you are branching out so much it seems you are more into the money and less into the quality than you use to be. I miss the way it was before. 04-19-09
best food purchase ever I've bought hundreds of items from QVC over the years, but this is the first time I've ever written a review. This dip is simply to die for...... it's worth every penny, even in times like these. There are whole baby shrimp and a lot of real crabmeat. The ample sauce would be excellent with rice or pasta. I will reorder very frequently but really want to see it on autoship. 04-17-09
Good, but not great I love Paula's recipes, but this dip was just "lukewarm" in my book. The first one I cooked, I simply followed the directions and I thought it left a bit to be desired...rather plain. The next time, I added garlic, a splash of wine, and some cajun spice, and I was very pleased with the results! I found that there is so much sauce, that you can easily add pasta or rice, and have a meal for 2-4 people. Even so, I probably won't re-order. 04-12-09
Really Excellent! I know everyone has different tastes but I can't imagine anyone not liking this dip. It is really more than a dip- it could also be served as an entree with pasta. I was truly surprised that something frozen could taste this good- took it straight from freezer to oven and served it hot with a variety of crackers. It was a huge hit! I will reorder this frequently! 04-07-09

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