Pamela Anderson attends the Amber Lounge Fashion Monaco 2017 at Le Meridien Beach Plaza Hotel on May 26, 2017 in Monaco, Monaco. (Photo by David M Benett/Dave Benett/Getty Images)

On the heels of her successful new tell-all Netflix documentary, Pamela, a love story, and her debut memoir, Love, Pamela, Pamela Anderson has a brand new project in the works. She’s set to host her own cooking series on the Food Network in her native Canada.

Anderson will share her love for making plant-based meals for the new show titles, Pamela’s Cooking with Love. It will show Anderson collaborating with acclaimed chefs on healthy menus for her friends and family at her home in Ladysmith, where she grew up in Vancouver Island.

According to a press release acquired by Entertainment Tonight, the show will highlight how the Baywatch babe “is fueled by a craving to learn more about cooking and how she can use food to take entertaining to the next level. She works with a variety of influential chefs to develop delicious plant-based menus, gather diverse ingredients, and prepare incredible meals and moments for her friends and family.” The statement continued, “Whether it is a casual afternoon cocktail party in the garden, an intimate dinner with family, or breakfast following a night around the campfire — Pamela shines as a host and sous-chef.”

According to the publication, Anderson is partnering with Fireworks Media Group on Pamela’s Cooking with Love and the forthcoming second season of her show Pamela’s Garden of Eden, where the Barb Wire actress works on restoring her grandmother’s six-acre property on Vancouver Island, that’s been in her family for generations.

Actress Pamela Anderson poses in a new poster for animal rights group PETA in this undated handout photo. Anderson’s poster has been made into a billboard and is displayed in New York’s Times Square where PETA Lettuce Ladies were handing out free McVeggie burgers March 7, 2003 beneath the billboard to promote a meat-free diet. (Photo by PETA/Getty Images)

A long-time animal rights activist, Anderson has used her platform to promote vegetarianism with a PETA campaign in 2003. The actress and author has maintained a vegetarian diet since childhood, and has acquired a vegan lifestyle in the last 30 years.

The icon has been known to protest animal rights violations with PETA, and even struck up a conversation with Russian president Vladimir Putin to put a stop to transporting whale meat from Iceland to Japan in 2015.