Tiffany Haddish Collaborates With Lawry’s For Limited Edition Seasoning Salt, Opens Up About Love For Cooking: “I Don’t Cook For No Man Unless I’m Married To Them”

Tiffany Haddish has joined forces with McCormick & Company, Inc. to launch the first-ever limited-edition bottle of Lawry’s Seasoning Salt, just-in-time for the Holiday season. For the first time ever, the brand features a celebrity on its bottle, as well as Haddish’s collard greens recipe. ⠀⠀

“We are thrilled to work with Tiffany Haddish for the first limited-edition Lawry’s Seasoned Salt! Her genuine love of the product and passion for cooking made the partnership a perfect match,” Jill Pratt, Vice President North America Marketing Excellence of parent company said. “After seeing her fans’ reactions asking to buy the very same one-of-a-kind gift Tiffany received – we knew we had to create something special. 

The launch came after Haddish used the seasoning for her signature greens recipe on the Ellen Show last year. “I love to cook and have always used Lawry’s Seasoned Salt, especially in my greens,” Haddish said at the time, and now, in a recent interview with PEOPLE, Haddish is opening up about her cooking habits.

“Whenever I’m traveling, I always try to have a hotel or condo that has a kitchen in it,” she said. “I gotta have a kitchen. I have to cook for myself at least two or three times per week otherwise I kind of lose it because I love to cook so much.” 

Though she loves to cook, and often cooks for her friends and castmates, there is one person who has yet to indulge. 

“I’ve never cooked for Kevin now that I think about it, but you know what? I don’t wanna cook for him either,” she said. “I cook for myself, and if he happens to show up, then he can have some. I don’t cook for no man unless I’m married to them.”

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