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Paula Deen Opens Paula Deen’s Family Kitchen in Tennessee

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Paula Deen is opening a new family-style restaurant serving her Southern cuisine favorites like fried chicken and biscuits

Paula Deen wants to fill your bellies and your souls. Yikes.

Get ready, Tennessee: Paula Deen is coming. Her menu will feature big bowls of Southern classics like fried chicken and biscuits, fried okra, sweet corn, and sweet potatoes, and is supposed to be a throwback to the nostalgic home-cooked family meal.

“Paula Deen’s Family Kitchen is filled with love and mouthwatering flavors,” Deen said. “I can hardly wait to bring some of my favorite Southern dishes from my Savannah restaurant to the Great Smoky Mountains. We are going to serve our meals family style, with big ol’ bowls on the table.” She also told E! News that the restaurant will have a feel-good atmosphere, and will “fill your souls, as well as your bellies.”

Deen is in the midst of a career comeback after a falling out with Food Network for hurling a racial slur. Over the past year, she launched a cooking game app, announced the publication of her first healthy cookbook, and started her own 24/7 digital network.


NOW OPEN: Paula Deen’s Family Kitchen Myrtle Beach

Two years after the opening of Paula Deen’s Family Kitchen in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee, I’m proud to say that my second location of Paula Deen’s Family Kitchen in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, is now open too! Located at Broadway at the Beach, my 11,000-square-foot store and 12,000-square-foot restaurant can serve over 300 guests at any given time. And the tiered seating means that all 300 guests can have a beautiful view of Lake Broadway.

Of course, I know y’all aren’t comin’ for the square footage. You’re comin’ for the food—boy is it good! And with family-style dining, I can assure you and your loved ones won’t be leavin’ hungry. We serve breakfast, lunch, and dinner, and each menu has delicious options, like Chicken & Waffles, Black Pepper Bacon, Beef Pot Roast, and Chicken-Fried Pork Chops. Y’all, my mouth is waterin’ just thinkin’ about it!

Now, we don’t accept reservations, but don’t worry! You can call ahead for seating up to an hour before you arrive to make things a little easier. And if there is a bit of a wait, go ahead and shop my Paula Deen Retail Store downstairs. With over 3000 items to shop, that wait will be over in no time.

While I don’t live in Myrtle Beach, I do like to pop over whether it’s for a signing or even just on Skype. You never know when I’ll show up on the televisions at the store and restaurant. I just love poppin’ on to chat with all my friends that stopped by for a bite to eat.

If you can’t manage to make your way down to Myrtle Beach or Pigeon Forge, I still want y’all to see what all the fuss is about! I’m sharin’ a few of the tasty recipes we offer at Paula Deen’s Family Kitchen right here. Which are you most lookin’ forward to trying?

Pepper Steak

Ingredients:

1 ½ cups Worcestershire Sauce

1 can spicy diced tomatoes with juice (28 oz)

2 tbsp fresh minced garlic

2 tbsp black pepper, coarsely ground

2 quarts red bell peppers, julienned

2 quarts green bell peppers, julienned

2 quarts yellow onion, sliced

Make the sauce by combining beef base, chicken base, Worcestershire sauce, 1 cup water, ketchup, BBQ sauce, and tomatoes in a bowl. Stir to combine and set aside.

Place the margarine in a hot skillet along with the pepper steak, Italian seasoning, garlic, and black pepper. Cook until the meat is browned then, add the bell peppers and onion. Deglaze the mixture with the sherry wine.

Make a slurry with the cornstarch and remaining water. Add the slurry to the skillet while slowing stirring until it thickens. Remove the skillet from the heat.

Finish the dish with the soy sauce.

Black Pepper Bacon

Ingredients:

1 tsp. cracked black pepper

1 pound thick-sliced bacon

Mix brown sugar and pepper ingredients together in a mixing bowl. Dredge the bacon in the mixture and coat both sides evenly. Place on a sheet pan in a heated 325-degree oven for 30 minutes, until bacon is caramelized.

Southern Lemonade

Ingredients:

1 ½ cups fresh lemon juice

3 quarts (or 12 cups) cold water

In a one-gallon container, place sugar and hot water and stir until sugar dissolves. Add lemon juice and cold water to render 1 gallon. Stir until well mixed. Pour lemonade over glasses of ice, squeeze slices of lemon on top of each and garnish with a sprig of mint.

For flavored lemonade, add 1 ounce strawberry or blueberry puree to 9 ounces lemonade.


Family-style dining, endless portions of the celebrity chef’s favorite family recipes coming to Opry Mills

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Southern-inspired, mouth-watering dishes created by Paula Deen and her family will soon be available to locals and visitors of Nashville on Oct. 26, 2020. The stunning 17,000-square-foot, 406-seat restaurant is located next to the beautiful Cumberland River, adjacent to Opry Mills Mall.

Born from the values of spending time with family and friends sharing a meal together, Paula Deen’s Family Kitchen invites guests to feel at home while enjoying genuine Southern hospitality and family-style dining. Guests will be treated to endless portions of classic recipes directly from the kitchens of Deen and her family, including beloved signature dishes such as Paula’s Southern Fried Chicken and Ooey Gooey Butter Cake.

“The dishes that are passed around the tables at Paula Deen’s Family Kitchen are the foods my grandmother Paul taught me how to cook at her own kitchen table,” says Paula. “It means so much to be able to share those traditions and recipes with the Nashville community and its visitors.”

Paula’s Savannah, Ga., roots helped shape the concept for Paula Deen’s Family Kitchen. After launching a lunch delivery service out of her Savannah home in 1989, Paula opened her first restaurant, The Lady & Sons, in the city’s downtown district in 1996 with the vision to capture the elegance and history of the historic Southern city. Inspired to bring the success and vision of The Lady & Sons to communities outside of Savannah, Paula opened the first Paula Deen’s Family Kitchen in 2015 in Pigeon Forge, Tenn., and now has three additional locations, including Myrtle Beach, S.C. Branson, Mo. and Foley, Ala.

Additionally, located within the restaurant is the Paula Deen Store. Paula has hand-selected every item in the retail space, which features many products from the Paula Deen line, including cookbooks, aprons and cookware, as well as some of Paula’s personal favorite picks and a few items exclusive to her Nashville store.


Restaurant Recipes: A Decadent Breakfast

I get a lot of requests for some of the recipes on my breakfast menu at Paula Deen’s Family Kitchen. You know I’m not one to keep my recipes close to the chest. I’d much rather share my recipes because you shouldn’t have to travel far to eat good food. In fact, I don’t think you should have to travel any farther than your neighborhood grocery store.

So today I’m sharin’ my recipe for Ooey Gooey Butter Pancakes, Fried Cheese Grits, and Black Pepper Bacon—yum!

The Ooey Gooey Butter Pancakes are a little more involved than your typical pancake, but they are so rich and decadent, they’re worth every ounce of work and every calorie. There’s even a special topping that goes on top. I even like to garnish these pancakes with fresh fruit to add a pop of color and a bit of freshness.

The Fried Cheese Grits are just about as southern as it gets. This southern staple is served savory with gooey cheese and a delicious crispy coating. I can seldom stop at one piece!

Lastly, my Black Pepper Bacon is a must-try! It’s incredibly easy to make, and I love that it’s baked instead of fried up in a pan. The black pepper brings a little heat while the brown sugar tones it down with a bit of sweetness.

I hope y’all enjoy your breakfasts, and if you’re ever nearby, I hope you’ll stop by one of my restaurants so that we can do the cookin’ for you.


Southern Hospitality: Paula Deen opens Family Kitchen at Branson Landing

"Coming to Paula Deen's Family Kitchen is the next best thing to coming to my own home and having me cook for you," says "the Queen of Southern Cuisine." "I hope when people walk through the doors, they immediately can feel the Southern hospitality! If you're comfortable, treated like family and leave feeling full, then we've done our job."

"Paula personally visited Branson and knew it would be a wonderful fit for her family-style dining concept," adds Mark Prior, director of operations for Paula Deen's Family Kitchens, including the sixth one opening soon on Branson Landing Boulevard. "We want our guests to experience Southern hospitality and good food, and with the large crowds already visiting Branson to spend time together, it was a perfect match."

Coming Soon!

Paula Deen&rsquos Family Kitchen

545 Branson Landing Blvd.

The words "Southern" and "hospitality" show up frequently whenever Deen is involved, as do the concepts of tradition, family, and food as connection and comfort.

"Some of my favorite memories growing up happened in the kitchen with Grandma Paul, and some of the best times with family now are spent at the dinner table," Deen says. "If I can be the one to cook and bring people together, that's what makes me the happiest. I've done this with my own family at home, and now I get to share that tradition with people all over the country at my restaurants.

"We opened the doors to our very first Family Kitchen in the Smoky Mountains of East Tennessee, which is a place where people come from all over to spend time together," she recalls. "When I came to Branson, I noticed it had the same feel. I knew this would be a perfect spot to put my family-style restaurant because it encourages people to slow down and spend time together over a good meal."

Prior promises no one will leave unsatisfied.

"The family-style concept is sure to make everyone's experience at Paula Deen's Family Kitchen meaningful and unique," he enthuses. "Guests help themselves to endless portions of delicious Southern food as they pass dishes around with family and friends in a setting that feels like home. Entree, side dish and dessert recipes are pulled from the pages of Deen's cookbooks, including favorites such as her Southern Fried Chicken and Ooey Gooey Butter Cake."

Deen's official biography recounts that with "her boys in their teens and her family near homelessness, Paula took her last $200, reached deep inside her soul, and started The Bag Lady, a home-based catering company that marked the start of Deen's professional cooking career. With sons Jamie and Bobby delivering 'lunch-and-love-in-a-bag,' beginning in June 1989, Paula turned around her life by sharing what she knew best -- traditional Southern cooking."

It wasn't long until her food was the talk of the town, and she opened her first restaurant, The Lady and Sons, in 1990. Its success led to her first cookbook, 1998's "The Lady and Sons Savannah Country Cookbook" and more than a dozen since then, including her most recent, "Paula Deen's Southern Baking."

In spite of -- or because of -- all the accolades, "the incredible friendships I've made and relationships with loyal fans that I've built along the way are what delight me the most," Deen says. "Putting a smile on someone's face, encouraging a family to gather together, teaching a child to cook -- it's just a blessing. I get to do what I love every single day, and I couldn't be more thankful."

"Just like our name suggests, we are a family" at Paula Deen's Family Kitchen, says Prior. "When you come see us, you'll be greeted with a hearty 'Hey y'all!' and leave feeling as though you were just sitting around your grandma's dinner table. But at the core of what we do, it's the delicious, Southern, comfort food that stands out."


Paula Deen’s Family Kitchen to open at OWA

Paula Deen and the Poarch Band of Creek Indians announced plans to open Paula Deen’s Family Kitchen at OWA Tuesday.

The resort spans 520 acres and includes a 21 ride amusement park, an indoor arcade, a 150-room Marriott TownePlace Suites, 16 outdoor Sports Fields, 65,000 sq. ft. indoor Event Center, and 168,000 sq. ft. of retail and dining opportunities. The addition of Paula Deen’s Family Kitchen will afford even more opportunities to take in OWA’s picturesque lakeside views all while enjoying a delicious Southern style meal.

“OWA has continued to build upon its vision of creating an authentic southern resort by sourcing top notch shopping, dining and entertainment experiences,” said Greg Rawls, Director of Business Development for Creek Indian Enterprises/OWA. He continued, “Adding a family-style restaurant to OWA’s ever expanding lineup creates even more excitement for our guests. From the 6+ million annual leisure travelers and sports teams to our ever supportive locals, Paula Deen’s Family Kitchen delivers quality food, service, and experience at a great value that everyone can enjoy.”

“I’m so looking forward to teaming up with the Poarch Band of Creek Indians and Phoenix Hospitality & Entertainment to bring the newest Paula Deen’s Family Kitchen to my fans living in or visiting Orange Beach, Gulf Shores and Foley, Alabama,” said Deen. “Everyone in my family just loves going to the beach and participating in the family entertainment at OWA. Together we will provide a truly memorable experience for folks who enjoy delicious Southern comfort food, family vacations and great entertainment.”

OWA is one of the diverse business holdings of the Poarch Band of Creek Indians, Alabama’s only federally recognized Tribe. Poarch’s Chairwoman and CEO Stephanie Bryan noted, “We have always believed that fun, family and great food are the recipe for a wonderful vacation experience. It is exciting that one of the South’s most famous restaurateurs is now part of the OWA experience and I know that our visitors will really enjoy getting to actually taste her special food that they have seen in cookbooks and on TV.”

Paula Deen’s Family Kitchen exemplifies traditional Southern hospitality and brings her famous family recipes, including Paula Deen’s Southern Fried Chicken, to the restaurant table. “I have selected my favorite recipes to serve to my guests’ family-style in an atmosphere just like my home. It’s all you can eat, so come hungry y’all!” said Deen. The Foley restaurant is the latest announcement in a rapidly growing expansion of the PaulaDeen’s Family Kitchen brand, which also has locations in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee Myrtle Beach, South Carolina Fairview, Texas and San Antonio, Texas.

The restaurant will be accompanied by a retail store featuring items that have been hand-selected by Paula Deen to reflect her gracious taste and Savannah’s rich cultural heritage. Many of her favorite products will only be found in the retail store inside of Paula Deen’s Family Kitchen restaurants.

Phoenix Hospitality & Entertainment and its subsidiary, PD Restaurants, LLC, bring more than 150 years of collective experience in the restaurant, hospitality and entertainment worlds to this special project in Foley, Alabama.

“We are confident that the consistent high-quality food and service of Paula Deen’s Family Kitchen will be warmly embraced year around by the regional visitors and sports teams as well as residents of Gulf Shores, Orange Beach and Foley, Alabama alike,” said Rajat Shah, founder and CEO of Phoenix Hospitality & Entertainment.

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Paula Deen’s Family Kitchen to Open in Nashville in October

Southern-inspired dishes created by Paula Deen and her family will soon be available to locals and visitors of Nashville on Oct. 26, 2020. The stunning 17,000-square-foot, 406-seat restaurant is located next to the beautiful Cumberland River, adjacent to Opry Mills Mall.

Born from the values of spending time with family and friends sharing a meal together, Paula Deen’s Family Kitchen invites guests to feel at home while enjoying genuine Southern hospitality and family-style dining. Guests will be treated to endless portions of classic recipes directly from the kitchens of Deen and her family, including beloved signature dishes such as Paula’s Southern Fried Chicken and Ooey Gooey Butter Cake.

“The dishes that are passed around the tables at Paula Deen’s Family Kitchen are the foods my grandmother Paul taught me how to cook at her own kitchen table,” says Paula. “It means so much to be able to share those traditions and recipes with the Nashville community and its visitors.”

Paula’s Savannah, Ga., roots helped shape the concept for Paula Deen’s Family Kitchen. After launching a lunch delivery service out of her Savannah home in 1989, Paula opened her first restaurant, The Lady & Sons, in the city’s downtown district in 1996 with the vision to capture the elegance and history of the historic Southern city. Inspired to bring the success and vision of The Lady & Sons to communities outside of Savannah, Paula opened the first Paula Deen’s Family Kitchen in 2015 in Pigeon Forge, Tenn., and now has three additional locations, including Myrtle Beach, S.C. Branson, Mo. and Foley, Ala.

Additionally, located within the restaurant is the Paula Deen Store. Paula has hand-selected every item in the retail space, which features many products from the Paula Deen line, including cookbooks, aprons and cookware, as well as some of Paula’s personal favorite picks and a few items exclusive to her Nashville store.


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Paula Deen’s Family Kitchen

At Paula Deen’s Family Kitchen, guests will enjoy classic Deen family recipes in a unique family-style setting just like they do in their very own homes. We serve up endless portions of Southern-style entrees and side dishes, and every visitor ends their meal with a dessert of their choice! Our restaurant brings friends and families together over a meal, while offering up a one-of-a-kind dining experience you’re sure to remember.

More Information

Can I make reservations?

We accommodate all guests of Paula Deen’s Family Kitchen as they walk in, which means reservations are not required. Upon arrival, a member of our host team will take your name and phone number, allowing us to text you when your table is ready. All members of the party must be present to be sat at a table.

Are beverages included in the menu price?

Drinks are not included in our menu price.

Do you offer to-go boxes?

You may enjoy refills of your favorite items at no additional charge but as an all-you-can-eat establishment we do not offer to go boxes.

Who do I contact for groups or large parties (25+)?

For more information on groups, contact a member of our team by filling out the form for your specific location HERE.

What is family-style dining?

Family Style dining is different from traditional restaurant dining in the fact that platters of food are placed at the table for all to share. Each table will choose 2/3 entrees and 4 sides. Guests then help themselves and pass the food around to one another (just like at home). And just like at home you can enjoy as much as you like.

Do you have handicap access to the restaurant since it is on the second floor?

Yes, we have an escalator and an elevator in the restaurant.

Can I purchase a gift card?

Please call the store at the Island in Pigeon Forge at (865) 366-1510 and ask specifically for a retail manager, and we can assist you with gift card purchasing information.

Do you have Gluten-Free or Vegetarian menu options?

We do have gluten-free options available.

Breakfast – Alrighty then Scrambled Eggs, Black Pepper Bacon, Applewood Smoked Center Cut Bacon, Sausage Patties, Country Ham, Tomato Grits, Fresh Fruit.

Lunch/Dinner – Spare Ribs, Creamed Corn, Fresh Candied Yams, White Rice, Creamed Potatoes, Poppyseed Tossed Salad (no croutons), and Cole Slaw.

Vegetarian options are available.

Breakfast – Alrighty then Scrambled Eggs, Ooey Gooey Butter Pancakes, Creamy Hashbrown Casserole, Tomato Grits, Fresh Fruit, Cinnamon Roll.

Lunch/Dinner – Creamed Corn, Fresh Candied Yams, White Rice, Creamed Potatoes, Poppyseed Tossed Salad, Cole Slaw, Fried Green Tomatoes, and Fried Okra.


Watch the video: Paula Deens Family Kitchen Pigeon Forge restaurant opens (June 2022).


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