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Patti LaBelle is back in the food business, and this time she joins son Zuri Edwards and restauranteur Stratis Morfogen to launch a line of Chinese frozen foods.

Recently it was announced that Labelle, 74, and her business partners, Alex Thompson and Charles Suitt, joined forces with Morfogen and Edwards to distribute a line of frozen meals to be sold in supermarkets. According to Page Six, the singer’s line will consist of Chinese cuisine.

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Labelle, along with Edwards, Thompson and Suitt, all gathered at Morfogen’s famous, Asian-inspired Brooklyn Chop House restaurant on Wednesday to celebrate the latest venture. The restaurateur even took to his Instagram to confirm the news with fans:

“Thank you to the @NYPost & @pagesix !! Excited to have the legend Ms Patti as our partner w @donpoohmusic & Dave Thomas! We are bringing our crazy Pastrami, Bacon Cheeseburger, The Reuben, Lamb “Gyro”, Philly Cheesesteak, etc. DUMPLINGS plus a few of our dinner entrees’ lines to the 98%,” Morfogen exclaimed.

He later cited Labelle’s success of her famous sweet potato pies as part of the driving force behind the partnership.

“Patti’s pies are breaking sales records at Walmart and we look forward to this wonderful culinary journey [with] the Legend! #grateful,” he ended.

Back in 2015, LaBelle’s store-bought pies became a hit after social media personality and food critic, James Wright Chanel, gave a rave review of her sweet potato pie. Since then, the singer’s partnership with Walmart expanded her dessert options to offer a variety of pies, cakes, cobblers and even talk of mac-and-cheese.

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No stranger to the stepping in the kitchen, LaBelle also has a number of cookbooks, including, Recipes for the Good Life, and Desserts LaBelle: Soulful Sweets to Sing About.

When Auntie Labelle isn’t busy cooking up new recipes to share with fans, she is heating things up on stage. The iconic soul singer is set to perform on a few stages in the next coming weeks, including a show with singer Charlie Wilson in L.A. on May 12. Fans can purchase tickets on Ticketmaster.