Ready to virtually hang with someone who is equal parts kind, talented and interesting? Well, get ready for our newest podcast episode with the lovely Ayesha Curry who is a celebrity cook, cookbook author, television personality, businesswoman, model and actress. Oh — and she just happens to be married to basketball superstar Stephen Curry!
Ayesha began her cooking career with the launch of her YouTube channel Little Lights of Mine, which features the famous Chef Curry with the Pot clip that has more than 4 million views! In 2016, she released her first cookbook The Seasoned Life and debuted her first televised cooking show, the Food Network’s Ayesha’s Homemade. The sprightly mom of two talked to us about her favorite go-to meals and how she keeps herself and her family healthy with such a busy lifestyle.
Some of our favorite quotes from Ayesha in this ep are …
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Podcast Episode 24 Highlights With Ayesha Curry
- How the Canadian-American, who now lives in the San Francisco area, keeps in touch with her family all over the globe with a blog — and how that was the beginning of her culinary career
- What inspired her to create her first cookbook
- How she plans healthy meals for her family, including daughters Riley and Ryan
- The sheer awesomeness that is Riley’s playhouse
- Her favorite recipes she can cook on the fly
- What it was like to be on an episode of Hannah Montana (OMG!)
- How she feels about “balance”
- How she’s raising her daughters to love themselves as individuals
Also in this episode, Margo, Jenn and Kristen discuss how they keep in touch with their family and friends when time and distance can keep them apart.
Get the episode with Ayesha Curry here or below!
What are YOUR favorite tips for eating healthy when you’re crunched for time? Tell us in the comments below! —Margo