recipes that cater to different lifestyles whether you’re vegetarian or don’t have any diet restrictions at all, and even has natural remedies including scrubs and masks.
The first CoverGirl rep who is “not an actress, singer or influencer,” has also added TV show host to her culinary resume. Curry is the host of the Food Network’s “Ayesha’s Home Kitchen,” where she introduces viewers to her signature style of entertaining- and yes, that does include cooking up some of her best dishes – all from the comfort of her home kitchen.
Last Fall, Curry created “Homemade,” a food delivery program that sends subscribers a weekly box that includes simple meal-prepped recipes delivered to your doorstep. Subscribers have the option of choosing between the homemade recipe subscription which gives the option of selecting from two recipes for two adults or one recipe for a family of five; Curry also created “Homemade Kids Subscription,” the first meal kit specifically for kids which includes two easy dinner recipes for four children sent weekly.
Additionally, Curry released her first collection of cookware through Meyer corporation which includes porcelain enamel, stainless steel and hard-anodized cookware, cast iron, stoneware, bakeware, cutlery, and pantry ware.
As if any of the aforementioned wasn’t enough, thanks to the success of her pop-up grill-focused restaurant, International Smoke, with chef Michael Mina in 2016, the businesswoman also opened a permanent flagship restaurant of the same name in San Francisco as well.
While juggling her different titles, Curry appears to have found a good balance between making her dreams a reality, turning them into a profit and managing her household. “One thing that my mom always told me was to never lose yourself inside of your marriage,” she told Nightline. “I’m happy that I’ve been able to find that so-called balance and be able to pursue my passion and take care of my family.”