Paula Deen To Premier New Plantation-Themed Cooking Show On Fox News

The new show is already controversial, for good reasons

Savannah, GA - Have you missed Paula Deen since she left the Food Network because of allegations of racism? Have you gone too long without the addition of more butter to every single dish? Well, Paula Deen is coming back with a new, politically incorrect cooking show on Fox News.

Our sources at Fox News who definitely are not Sean Hannity or Steve in production have confirmed the network has secretly inked a deal with the former Food Network darling with 26 episodes set to begin production within weeks.

The show will have Paula Deen cook traditional plantation food, complete with both white and black actors in period costumes, and performing traditional roles from overseer to cotton pickers. The first episode is expected to be filmed on a restored Mississippi River steamboat with a Cajun tomato gumbo and okra, made from a hand-churned butter roux.

Other episodes will explore regional delicacies such as cauliflower boudin, crayfish jambalaya, and David Duke’s world-famous white power gravy, with guest appearances by Louisiana congressmen Steve Scalise and Clay Higgins as overseers in a time period that at least three-fifths of Fox News viewers will feel at home in.

Filming is expected to wrap up in September, and the episodes will air just in time for the annual lighting of the Christmas cross in Bogalusa, Louisiana.

Stay tuned for all of the exciting updates as we welcome Paula Deen back to cable TV!

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