Last week the brothers came to Kansas City to promote their new cookbook, "The Deen Bros.
The network has dropped Jamie Deen, the youngest son of former Food Network star Paula Deen, from their lineup, a source confirms to E! Though the Food Network had no comment, our source tells us Jamie's show , is no longer in production and hasn't been since early 2013.
(Though the network is still airing reruns on Thursday mornings.)Our insider also spills that Paula's other son, Bobby Deen, is currently working on a new show concept for the network.
In what’s been a tumultuous year for America’s first family of food, the second season of “Not My Mama’s Meals” begins next Wednesday night at 9 on the Cooking Channel.
Bobby’s own health was actually the impetus for the show’s premise: “Son Bobby takes megastar mom Paula Deen’s calorie-laden Southern recipes and makes them healthier.” Concerned that his grandfather (Paula’s dad) had died of a heart condition in his early 40s, Bobby, 42, has also hit the gym.
it was everything to have Claudia by my side, but unfortunately, the people who did that to my mother — …my mother has not wronged anybody — they stole our wedding from us,” he said.“We had a big event planned before this happened, and we did it a few months early and we scaled it way back.“It was a joy for our family and her family to come together and enjoy it in a small way in Mama’s house. Some people say it was the most beautiful wedding they had been to.”But even the wedding of a Deen brother couldn’t take the spotlight off Paula’s troubles, and many Deen fans missed it.
Bobby said the couple is planning what he calls a “huge Catholic wedding” in March in Panama with all of their family and friends in attendance.“Her family lives in Panama,” Bobby said.
From 2010 to 2016, Mixon starred as Victoria Flynn, Melissa Mc Carthy's sister, on the CBS sitcom Mike & Molly.
She had dramatic parts in films Take Shelter (2011), Drive Angry (2011), and Hell or High Water (2016), and did voice over work in Minions (2015).
Jamie and Bobby Deen, sons of perpetually perky Southern-fried celebrity chef Paula Deen, move easily among strangers.