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We're on season three, and I've got 36 shows finished, sometimes shooting two a day. But that his success is built on blocks of struggle is something that will never leave him, and he said it's that which ultimately has shaped the man he is today. My father struggled with alcoholism, and my mother was an agoraphobic.
We moved from Albany, Ga., to Savannah, Ga., when I was a senior in high school, and I thought it was the most horrible thing that could ever have happened to me. Then they divorced, and that was like the icing on the cake. (yet) had those things not happened to me, I would not be having this conversation with you right now.
It's a complete cliche to say that blessings come cloaked in different colors, but what we live through truly does shape our lives," he said.
He's also the first to tell you that what you eat shapes your body.
"Katy (of "Mike and Molly" sitcom fame) and I were in a relationship for several years, and she is a wonderful woman, but when she moved to Los Angeles we had to make a really hard decision to end that relationship. It's still hurtful to this day, but I have met a wonderful, beautiful young lady who is a triathlete and wellness expert.
She is not famous, and that's somewhat of a relief to me because I'm protective of those I love, and when you're in the public eye that can be hard to do," he said.
"I like to say that I have taken my Mama's Sunday food and turned it into Monday food; something versatile, simple and affordable," he said.
"I learned balance, but I did not turn my back on my heritage. I will always gather with my family and enjoy a traditional family meal," he said.The book includes a list of ingredients referred to as "Bobby's Fantastic Fourteen," which includes avocado, blueberries and, yes, even lima beans; as well as a 7-day menu to follow for those wanting to maintain 1,500 calories per day or less. He is a wonderful father, a family man; committed, thank goodness, to our restaurant, his family and is very civic minded. I had a conversation with him and told him I needed the flexibility to explore my options. And it's nice to have family in your corner when others' criticisms are flung your family's way. There is a lot of opinion out there, and I listen to people that I like and trust.Until recently always near his side, brother Jamie Deen has scaled back his travel, spending more time helping to oversee the Lady and Sons Restaurant in Savannah and to spend quality time with his wife and two young sons. His mom endured a lot of heat about her cooking methods when it was revealed she is diabetic. I believe in doing the right thing, and all I can control is me and beyond that you have to let the chips fall.But he doesn't just preach the gospel, he lives it."I'm 42 years old and at 30 we had been in the restaurant business for more than 10 years.