If you've watched some of Tabitha Brown's videos, read her books, seen her TV show, or even tasted some of her recipes, you likely already have a sense of her warm and highly-energetic personality. Tabitha's star really started to rise after a video of her eating a vegan BLT sandwich from Whole Foods went viral. She quickly became an ambassador for Whole Foods, began sharing vegan recipes on social media, starred in her own children's series, Tab Time and as host of Food Network'sIt's CompliPlated, cofounded the hair-care line Donna's Recipe, created a line of seasonings with McCormick and a line of home products for Target, and authored four books (so far). She does this and so much more all with an effusive warmth and giant smile. Here's a glimmer of insight into how she does it all so seemingly effortlessly.
Her home is a self-described paradise—and yes, you'll still find her in the kitchen.
I want to do things by myself. I don't mind guests being in there talking and stuff. But I don't really need your help—too often it can just slow things down. I like to get everything prepared myself. But sometimes I might let you come in and like, chop-up some stuff for a salad. But when I’m really cooking, honey, you’re in my way.
Oh yes, I still enjoy cooking. I don’t do it as much now with my schedule, but I do enjoy it.
People see [the yard] in the background of my calls and they’re like, “Where are you? On vacation?” And I say, “No I'm just at home in paradise.”
I know what you mean. The previous owner’s favorite place was Hawaii. So, he designed the outside of the house and the landscape to remind him of Hawaii. People see it in the background of my calls and they’re like, “Where are you? On vacation?” And IRead more on bhg.com