VAN SUSTEREN: "Healthy" is now the term --
DEEN: I don't think about --
VAN SUSTEREN: I mean, big steaks aren't as good for you as maybe broiled fish.
DEEN: Right. And I'm bad about ordering the steak. But, you know sometimes your appetite is not as big as others. Sometimes you are not as hungry. And then sometime you are ravenous. You could you eat a cow.
VAN SUSTEREN: It is unbelievable what you have done with food, how successful you have been. And the big thing of course is, especially this time of year, the kindness.
DEEN: Yes. My family and I decided this Christmas that we're not going to give gifts to each other. We're going to find six families. We are going to reach out to six families in our area that have had a very hard year. And we are going to do Christmas for them, because, you know, enough is enough.
VAN SUSTEREN: That is true, isn't it?
DEEN: Enough is enough. I say the only present I want is their presence. That's all I want. I'm so blessed. God has been so merciful and blessed me more than I deserve.
VAN SUSTEREN: You are clever and you are a hard worker too.
DEEN: I've worked hard.
VAN SUSTEREN: Indeed you have.
Anyway, Friday -- how many, 25,000 pounds of protein?
DEEN: Well, 25 or 30 is usually what Smithfield puts on the truck. Greta, it is a big load.
VAN SUSTEREN: It is a big load. I'd love to come down and see your cooking operation.
DEEN: I would love for to you come to my home and I would love to cook you some hoe cake cornbread and red beans and rice. I want to wish everybody a happy holiday season, and just continue to remember those that have been less fortunate this year.
VAN SUSTEREN: Where should you go on Facebook?
DEEN: Go to Smithfield.com y'all, and there's a little box it says "like it." If you hit "like it," Smithfield will donate a meal in your honor, for doing that.
VAN SUSTEREN: Doesn't cost a dime for anybody to do that.
DEEN: It doesn't cost people one cent.
VAN SUSTEREN: Paula, nice to see you.
DEEN: Good to see you.