We were late to the party catching onto the cuteness that is Ayesha Curry. This month, we’re soaking up all the good vibes pouring out of this NBA wife, mama to two little ones, bestselling cookbook author, Food Network star and general life inspiration by making her our first Guest Editor of the spring season.
We first encountered this beauty through her work with child hunger advocates, Cheeky and No Kid Hungry last fall and Ayesha’s playful energy is everything we need to kick off March in the right mood!
Starting (where else?) in the kitchen, we’re exploring a few of Ayesha’s favorite staples and daily habits at home, including an apple cider vinegar routine we can relate to and her experiments with a sous vide that has us utterly impressed! Kick back, open some cabernet (Curry’s fave) and get to know Ayesha Curry…
How do you take your coffee?
Mimosa, brown sugar bacon, dutch baby and orange blossom-dressed citrus. Oh! And a side of hash browns and two eggs over hard.
My food philosophy:
Food makes people feel incredible things and brings people together in ways that not one thing can.
Go-to juice or smoothie:
I love tart cranberry juice and Pressed Juicery’s watermelon mint juice!
Kitchen tool obsession:
My sous vide machine! It attaches to my stock pot and cooks everything perfectly.
3 staples always in my pantry:
Brown sugar, pasta, flax seed.
Fave thing to cook for friends:
My Spanish spice-rubbed chicken with parsley mint sauce! (Snag another of Ayesha’s chicken recipes here)
Wine or cocktails?
Wine! I’m a cab girl, though I do enjoy a chilled glass of rose every now and then with lunch.
Fave daily workout:
Boxing with my new trainer and friend Kat.
Strange wellness habit:
Cryotherapy. It’s been great for recovery through my new fitness journey.
I make time to read...
My Bible and Big Magic: Creative Living Beyond Fear.
My “crunchiest” habit:
I love snacking on dehydrated banana chips.
Always wearing this lately:
My Balenciaga boots and workout gear!
At least once a week I cook…
If I could give just one piece of health advice it would be...
Don’t diet! A slow and steady lifestyle change is much more beneficial and offers long term results.
Room I hang out in most: