Bobby Deen’s Everyday Eats

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By Bobby Deen

I didn’t used to always care so much about what I ate. But when I hit 30 years old, I knew that I didn’t feel as great as I could. So I decided to start taking better care of myself. Taking a stronger interest in my diet and exercising became of greater importance to me – and you know what? It paid off!

Today I’m 43 years old, and I feel better than I ever have before. In fact, eating good foods that are good for you and exercising regularly has become such an important part of my life that I can’t imagine doing anything else. It’s easy and fun!

A lot of folks I speak to are scared of eating good, healthy foods. They say the ingredients intimidate them, or they don’t have time. Well, I’m here to tell you that eating healthy doesn’t mean that you have to resign to eating salads for the rest of your life – no sir! That’s why my newest cookbook, Bobby Deen’s Everyday Eats , is so important to me.

I wanted to show everyone that not only is it EASY to eat great at home, but you can do it with ingredients you probably already at home, and in no time at all! Need dinner in a hurry? No problem. Now you don’t have to throw a microwavable lasagna on the table to feed your family. With these recipes, you can create great tasting meals for you and your loved ones, and know that what they’re putting in their bellies is going to make them feel good, too.

Want a taste of what’s in these pages? Check out these family-friendly recipes:
Veggie Mac and Cheese Casserole
Stir-Fried Chicken with Green Beans and Cashews
Chimichurri Steaks

Have you already picked up your copy? Tell me your favorite recipe in the comments below. Happy eating, y’all!

Find your copy at your favorite e-retailers!:
Paula Deen Online Store
Barnes and Noble


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love the table paula would look good on my new patio. so glad you are back. I hope to get there to see you in person one day.i will start tomorrow to find the patern form the tablecloth.
Gladys Rainesl in Savannah Style: A Spring Table for Two on April 13, 2014 at 7:45 pm

I just want to say this I don't even know if is the right page all I ever wanted to say to Paula Deen welcome back I have missed you. You are my favorite home down girls keep your head up and hang on and feel the love. P.S. from a woman of color.
in Chicken Salad: A Southern Staple on April 13, 2014 at 2:55 pm

I just love love love the table and flowers and am so glad that I can still access all of Paula's recipes, her family life, Bobby's lighter versions and Brandon's beautiful work. Truly thankful to see such beautiful tablescapes. You guys are my heros.
Patricia in Savannah Style: A Spring Table for Two on April 13, 2014 at 9:14 am