“The more you adapt, the more interesting you are”
Cooking shows have been a fixture of American TV for a long time. Although chef Julia Child, was already talking about French cuisine in her television shows and books in the 60’s, Martha Stewart’s arrival in the 90’s took housewife culture to a whole new level in the US.
Known for her cooking and lifestyle shows, Martha Stewart Living and later on Martha, she has become a successful businesswoman branching out into publishing, digital, ready-to-wear and even winery with her Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia, and is now at the top of a mutli-billion dollar empire.
Far removed from the cliché representation of the housewife, her most celebrated saying is a true testament to her life-story: “the more you adapt, the more interesting you are”
Still a very prominent figure in American culture, Martha keeps walking by her mantra as we can see with her latest Snoop Dogg-assisted TV show. In Martha & Snoop’s Potluck Dinner Party, the newfound besties are battling each other out with some refined food.
The show is a hit and many familiar faces like Robin Thicke, 50 Cent, Ashlee Simpson, DJ Khaled, Rick Ross, Wiz Khalifa or Seth Rogen have graced its stage already.
Adaptability really is the key, or so it seems!