Martha Stewart has fans the world over thanks to her successful home living and cooking shows. She’s a very inspirational and charismatic personality, and often appears at events like Comedy Central’s roasts.
Today, we’re rounding up some trivia about Queen Martha that only her biggest superfans would know! How well do you know Martha Stewart?
Martha Stewart’s Best Friend is Rapper Snoop Dogg
We’ll start with the one the most people already know: Martha’s best celebrity friend is Snoop Dogg! In fact, the two are set to star in a new show together in November. The cooking show, entitled Martha and Snoop’s Potluck Dinner, will air on VH1. The unlikely friends often appear together in photoshoots, in interviews and on each other’s social media accounts.
Speaking of Social Media…
Speaking of Martha’s social media, she’s one adept Twitter-er. Tweeter? We’re not sure. In any event, she’s good at making us laugh with less than 140 characters. In 2016 she famously, and hilariously, roasted Jonathan Cheban, a man who is famous for knowing the Kardashians.
To break it down, that means Cheban is famous for being tangentially related to people who are famous for being famous. Does your head hurt yet? Mine does!
She’ll Never Use Truffle Oil
Martha has one ingredient she’ll never, ever use: truffle oil. When asked about the popular oil, she had this to say: “It’s bad. They’ve done many studies on truffle oil. It’s synthetic, it’s fake, it’s horrible. It clings to your taste buds, it’s a hideous thing. Forget truffle oil.”
Well, that’s a pretty strong condemnation from a big name! To be fair, we never really loved truffle oil either, so we’re with you on this one, Martha!
She Has Her Favorite Snack with Her at All Times
She makes sure to never leave home without some hard-boiled eggs! And honestly, who can blame her? Hard-boiled eggs are delicious. She also prefers the eggs from her own hens, which is pretty sweet when you think about it.
She’s Not Shy About her Time in Prison
Martha spent five months in prison in 2004 for obstruction of justice and lying about a stock sale. After being released from jail, she’s been very open and up-front about it. She doesn’t try to glamorize it or make light of it, always talking about how it was a “horrible experience.”
She also contests the assertion that prison makes people stronger. “It does not make you stronger,” she said in a recent interview. “I was a strong person before that and thank heavens I was, and I can still hold my head up high and know that I’m fine.”