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Inside Paula Deen's Home

<p><em>Woman's Day </em>editors had the chance to visit Paula Deen's Savannah, GA, home for the February 2013 cover shoot and got a real taste of what it means to feel welcome. Click through for the grand tour.</p>
Melanie Dunea; hair by Jamie Kribbs; makeup by Courtney Fi
Go behind the scenes of WD's February 2013 cover shoot with the famous chef at her house
<p><em>Woman's Day </em>editors had the chance to visit Paula Deen's Savannah, GA, home for the February 2013 cover shoot and got a real taste of what it means to feel welcome. Click through for the grand tour.</p>
Melanie Dunea; hair by Jamie Kribbs; makeup by Courtney Fi
Come on In, Y’all

Woman’s Dayeditors had the chance to visit Paula Deen’s Savannah, GA, home for the February 2013 cover shoot and got a real taste of what it means to feel welcome. Click through for the grand tour.

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<p>Here's an evening view of the Deen's ranch-style Savannah home. The dock to the far left leads to the river skirting the edge of their backyard. </p>
Paula’s Backyard

Here’s an evening view of the Deen’s ranch-style Savannah home. The dock to the far left leads to the river skirting the edge of their backyard.

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Shellshocked

What does Paula do when she’s not cooking? She shells!

Paula’s taken up a new hobby inspired by a local Savannah woman known as The Shell Lady. After trying her hand at the art, Paula calls shelling “thebest therapy ever.” She starts with a basic stone bust, and then creates her own designs by hot-gluing seashells and starfish. The completed bust pictured here served as a centerpiece for the day.

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<p>Another of Paula's shelling creations, shown here, is an ongoing project. Paula keeps several shell boxes to choose from while creating her artwork—and even uses shells from oyster beds that she's raked in herself. In the background, WD's fashion editor, Donna Duarte-Ladd, makes herself at home.</p>
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Another of Paula’s shelling creations, shown here, is an ongoing project. Paula keeps several shell boxes to choose from while creating her artwork—and even uses shells from oyster beds that she’s raked in herself. In the background, WD’s fashion editor, Donna Duarte-Ladd, makes herself at home.

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Leap Frog

This playroom is designed for Paula’s grandkids and is filled with toys, bunk beds, family photos, and of course, the whimsical frog ride shown here. Her son Jamie’s little one, Jack, is a frequent visitor. Paula adores all the children in her family—she’s recently painted some watercolors for her grandniece’s nursery.

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<p>This flower-lined path leads toward the river through the backyard.</p>
Southern Paradise

This flower-lined path leads toward the river through the backyard.

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Cook’s Kitchen

In her kitchen, Paula has her own set of Paula Deen cookware hanging above the center island. Over the stovetop, a set of copper cookware hangs neatly next to her cookbook collection.

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A Healthier Paula

Jamie, Paula’s stylist, does her hair for the cover shoot while her dog, Lulu, watches. The February 2013 issue ofWoman’s Dayfeatures Paula’s weight-loss tips and new look after making lifestyle changes to improve her health.

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At Home with Paula

WDphotographer Melanie Dunea gets ready to take Paula’s picture for the February 2013 cover. The shoot took place in Paula’s sitting room, which blends into the kitchen, creating a large, open and inviting space.

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Paula’s Patio

This side view of Paula’s covered blue and white patio includes some of the many flowers accenting her backyard and a large abalone shell sculpture that she created (far right).

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All Tuckered Out

Lulu, a recent addition to the Deen family, happily greeted her guests. When she wasn’t cuddling with Paula or members of theWDteam, she spent much of the day following our fashion editor, Donna, around the shoot.






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