Tabitha Brown Hosts Food Network’s First Vegan Cooking Show


A vegan cooking competition show is finally coming to Food Network and its host, Tabitha Brown, is everyone’s favorite vegan foodie. Called It’s CompliPlé, the show is built around the principle that cooking should be inclusive of everyone at the table. As such, each episode will feature four chefs who will be tasked with creating plant-based dishes for celebrity chef Maneet Chauhan and rotating guest judges who have various dietary restrictions.

It’s CompliPlé reflects what it’s like to make a meal the whole family will love – it’s not easy to make a dish for everyone and this series makes it fun,” Jane Latman, President, Home & Food Content and Streaming , Warner Bros. Discovery (Food Network’s parent company), said in a statement. “Tabitha Brown’s energy, sense of humor and real-life journey to becoming a vegan make her the perfect host to take us on this journey.”

Some concepts featured in the series will include a feast with Southern hospitality, gluten-free noodles, and an Instagram-worthy fruit and veg feast. “Becoming vegan has changed my life and the way I cook — and I know people can relate to the daily challenge of making the whole family happy with just one meal, so we decided to make it a game,” Brown said. in a press release. “These chefs cook with heart and their food is breathtaking – viewers are sure to be entertained and inspired for their next family dinner.”

Brown took to social media to share news of the Food Network’s first vegan cooking show with her millions of fans. “This show is about to change the way we all view food,” Brown job on Instagram. “This is for everyone and I can’t wait to take you all on the journey with me.” It’s CompliPlé is set to air on the Food Network on August 11, 2022 at 10 p.m. ET.

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Tabitha Brown Brings Vegan Cooking to TV

While Brown found social media fame through a video she posted in 2018 of herself enjoying a TTLA sandwich (tempeh bacon, tomato, lettuce and avocado) in her car, the North Carolina-born influencer worked in the entertainment industry as an actress. and comedian for years. Brown has turned her newfound social media fame into several projects, including several TV shows.

In 2020, Brown’s all love The web series debuted on the Ellen Digital Network. While it lasted two seasons, all love gave viewers a taste of Brown’s advice on cooking, parenting, social media and self-care. The vegan star is also part of the The Chi family and made her first appearance in the fourth season of the Showtime series produced by Lena Waithe.

In addition to all of these shows, Brown is also becoming a major influencer for young audiences, thanks to her popular Tab time Original YouTube show. This show is currently in its second season which consists of 10 episodes, airing weekly on Tabitha Brown’s YouTube page and YouTube Kids app. Each 22-minute episode follows Brown as she interacts with various characters and engages in activities with children, all to help young audiences learn important life lessons such as self-care and healthy eating habits. .


Tabitha Brown is unstoppable

With his soothing voice, sage advice, and hilarious catchphrases, Brown is quickly winning the hearts and minds of the nation with a steady stream of projects that speak to his audience on different levels while fulfilling his own passions.

This month, Brown shared her lifelong dream of designing a fashion line with the world through a Target collaboration that found instant success in stores and online. The first collection launched with 75 summer items such as towels, beach bags, blankets, swimwear, t-shirts and dresses, all made in vibrant patterns and prints. Target will release three additional Tabitha Brown collections this year.

Brown also worked with seasoning brand McCormick to develop their Sunshine seasoning. The limited launch of this seasoning sold out immediately last year, prompting McCormick to bring Sunshine Seasoning to stores in a wider rollout this month to meet demand. She also incorporates the seasoning into the specialties of Kale My Name, a restaurant she brought to the Los Angeles area after visiting its flagship in Chicago, IL.


The mother of two is also a New York Times bestselling author with her inspiring first book Feed the soul (because it’s my business). In October, fans will be able to purchase Brown’s first cookbook Cooking in the Spiritwhich captures Brown’s hip cooking style and plant-based recipes that fans have come to love during Facebook Live videos she made earlier in her career.

As Facebook Live fans know, Brown’s hair has a name, Donna, and Donna has a business called Donna’s Recipe, a Brown hair care brand designed to help others achieve their hair goals.

This endeavor is personal to Brown, who often straightened her naturally curly hair and removed her Southern accent to fit into a certain mold as a Hollywood actress. Advocating for equality for others who are discriminated against because of their natural hair, Brown is a spokesperson for the CROWN Act, a law to end such discrimination nationwide, which she has promoted in a Dove campaign aired during the recent BET Awards.

Now Brown is living a life true to herself and sharing it with others through her countless projects, including the first vegan Food Network show where her veganism, hair and distinct Southern accent will help a wider audience understand the importance of authenticity.

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