K22301

Paula Deen Southern Belle Speckled Enamel 10.5" Skillet with Glass Lid

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As pretty as it is practical, this speckled enamel skillet will have you whipping up your favorite down-home dishes in no time. It's constructed of porcelain enamel over steel to ensure years of reliable use. From Paula Deen.

  • Includes 10-1/2" skillet and lid
  • Not metal utensil safe
  • Oven safe to 350F
  • Porcelain enamel on steel construction
  • Tempered glass lid
  • Measures approximately 10-1/2"Diam x 2-1/4"H
  • Hand wash only
  • Lifetime Limited Manufacturer's Warranty
  • Imported

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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K22301 - Paula Deen Southern Belle Speckled Enamel 10.5"Skillet w/Lid 4.5 5 15 15
Didnt last long Bottom starting to peal off.... I have the COOKs pots and pans off QVC,, LOT better then this brand. AVOID the Paula Deen brand name . Short life 03-27-13
What a Score! I was in the market for a covered open stock 10" skillet but didn't want to spend $40-50 for one. Well, early one morning this was on the kitchen clearance show for the price of a couple cups of coffee. What a great buy, cooks great, easy clean up and a beautiful blue color. Love these kind of finds! 07-21-12
GREAT Skillet I love everything about this pan - it's cute, wonderfully non-stick and I absolutely love the little pour spouts on each side for easy draining right from the pan! 06-26-12
The Perfect Pan Absolutely love this skillet. Bought 2 in the light blue. My first Paula Deen, will not be my last. 06-09-12
LOVE IT ALL I CAN SAY IS I LOVE IT!!!!!!! BUY IT AND YOU WILL LOVE IT TO!!!!!! 06-05-12
So Pretty OH and Useful too. I like the pretty blue color of this pan. The size is not big so it does a good job for two. I got this pan on clearance so it is well worth the price. 05-22-12
dinosaurgranny I love this pan so much that this is the second one I have ordered!! I first saw it in a retail store and the price before taxes was $48.98; boy did I get a savings-huh? Both are the blue speckled one; I live in rural district, and have a `Country Blue` kitchen decorated with a family of chickens, and theses fit right in. Thanks, Paula Deen and QVC for offering such a great product!!! 05-17-12
Love this skillet! I bought this skillet on clearance in the Burgundy color and after my first use it became my go-to skillet for frying and sauteing. The weight and depth is perfect and everything you cook in it slides out easily. The lid fits well and securely. One of my best kitchen buys ever! 05-16-12
Great Pan! This pan is Great! Love that it has the spouts on both sides so that you can drain off excess grease with out having to remove everything from the pan! 05-14-12
I Love this Pan! I recd this two days ago and I am totally in love with this pan! Very well made and so easy to clean. I love the glass lid so that you can cook and look at your food. Also the lid fits tight making it easy to drain food. For example ground meat lets out a lot of fat so it is very easy to hold the lid and drain. I love this pan. So far, no regrets on any of my QVC purchases. 04-14-12
Easy Cooking I purchased a set of the red cookware. We love using it so I thought I'd pick up an extra skillit to go with it. The cleanup is so easy and it is so non-stick! 04-10-12
Great Way to Start a New Set! I am loving my new Paul Deen Pan. I used it the same day I received it. After washing carefully, I made a delicious marinara sauce and the pouring spout made it so much easier to pour it over my pasta and to cover the pan with a serving spoon still in it. without making a splattering mess! So easy to clean!! I am now considering purchasing her entire set from QVC. 03-30-12

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