Patti LaBelle's Place

Patti LaBelle's Place

Photo by: Ronnie Wright ©2015 Cooking Channel, LLC. All Rights Reserved

Ronnie Wright, 2015 Cooking Channel, LLC. All Rights Reserved

Patti LaBelle's Bio

Patti LaBelle is a two time Grammy Award-winning singer, a best-selling author of five successful books, a three-time Emmy nominee, the star of a hit television series, and philanthropist who devotes her time and talent to numerous charities. LaBelle has celebrated a prolific career that has spanned over 50 years, and is widely known for classic rhythm and blues renditions, pop standards and spiritual sonnets including "Lady Marmalade," "New Attitude" and "If You Asked Me To." She first blossomed from a choir member to lead vocalist for the girl groups Patti LaBelle & The Bluebelles, and later Labelle, before launching a solo career. In 2008, adding to her long list of achievements, LaBelle launched a food and lifestyle brand, Patti LaBelle – Good Life, which includes a line of signature sauces, marinades, spices, cookbooks, instructional cooking DVDs, and bedding. LaBelle's love for entertaining comes from the heart, and continues to motivate her work as an entertainer, entrepreneur and humanitarian. 

Most Popular Recipes

All Recipes by Patti LaBelle

Heavenly Sauteed String Beans with Garlic

Aunt Hattie Mae's Raspberry Pie

Slow-Cooked Brisket

Sauteed Portobello Mushrooms with Garlic and Butter

Spicy Garlic Sauteed Chicken Breasts

Sauteed Spinach

Famous Fried Chicken

Fish and Chips with Tartar Sauce

Mean Greens

Smashed Potatoes

Mashed Sweet Potatoes

Sauteed Green Beans "A La Bella"

Pork Chops

Sauteed Potatoes and Onions

Southern-Style Corn

Scallops in Garlic Butter Sauce Served over Fettuccine

Potato Salad

Beef Short Ribs

Simple Shrimp Scampi Served Over Angel Hair Pasta

Cornmeal-Crusted Catfish

Over the Rainbow Mac and Cheese

Double-Layer Peach Cobbler

Meatballs and Linguine with Homemade Tomato Sauce

Pan-Seared Salmon

Sweet Potato Pie

Braised Kale with Onions and Garlic

Garlicky Broccoli Rabe