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Bobby Deen signs new book Saturday

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ALBANY, GA (WALB) -

With information from the Albany Convention & Visitors Bureau-

Bobby Deen, son of world famous chef Paula Deen, will sign copies of his new cookbook, From Mama's Table to Mine at the Albany Welcome Center on Saturday, November 2, 2013 from 10:00AM – 2:00PM.

Tickets will reserve fans a copy of the cookbook and a chance to win one of four lunch for two with Bobby and his new wife, Claudia Deen. Tickets are $16 each.

Deen's #1 New York Times Bestseller takes everyone's favorite comfort food recipes, even some of his Mama's, and creates them with 350 calories or less, including southern favorites such as Chicken-Fried Steak with Cream Gravy, Yes You Can Mac and Cheese, Red Velvet Cake and more.

For tickets, contact the Albany Welcome Center at 229-317-4760 or stop by at 112 Front Street.

Bobby Deen was born in Albany, and has been an essential ingredient in the recipe that has made his mother, Paula Deen, an American hospitality and cooking icon.

As the family continues to cook, write and effectively welcome the world to sit in the kitchen and be a member of their family, Bobby maintains his own style, interest and passions.

 

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