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Paula Deen Named Maxim's Hottest Female Television Chef

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Yes, you read that correctly... Maxim Magazine named the queen of butter television's hottest female television chef on its Dirty Briefs blog.

Deen beat out some of the sexiest women in cooking, including Giada DeLaurentiis and Padma Lakshmi, to come out on top of the list.

What makes Deen so damned hot? Butter sex! 

According to Maxim, "Just imagining the slippery, sloppy butter-sex we'd have with Paula makes us... hungry for a bacon-wrapped, beer batter-fried stick of butter, weirdly."

We may not know how Deen likes to get it on in the bedroom, but she did admit her vices on the Dr. Oz show earlier in the day (and made the worst mac 'n' cheese ever). Watch here:

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