Ayesha Curry is a Canadian born, Charlotte, NC raised wife and mom currently living in the San Francisco bay area. As a busy mom to her two daughters, Riley and Ryan, and wife to NBA superstar Stephen Curry, Ayesha is always on the go and wouldn’t have it any other way.
In September 2016, Ayesha released her New York Times bestselling cookbook, The Seasoned Life, which contains over 100 of Ayesha’s favorite recipes, with highlights such as Mama Alexander’s Brown Sugar Chicken, Smoked Salmon Scramble, Homemade Granola and Stephen’s 5 Ingredient Pasta.
Ayesha has appeared as a judge on hit Food Network show’s such as Chopped Junior and Guy’s Grocery Games, and hosts her own series on Food Network, Ayesha’s Homemade. She is also a frequent guest on the Rachael Ray Show and Good Morning America, a columnist for Woman’s Day Magazine and has been featured as a go-to lifestyle expert in top lifestyle print and online publications including Food and Wine, ELLE, Vogue, Forbes, Time, InStyle, People, Vanity Fair, USA Today, Essence, POPSUGAR, Refinery29, Elite Daily and Sunset Magazine.
In 2014, Ayesha partnered with San Francisco based apron company LUNDY WAY to create her own signature line of aprons and launched her own line of extra virgin olive oil, sourced locally in the San Francisco bay area and made with 100% local, estate-grown, Arbequina olives. The Olive Oil, along with a companion signature balsamic vinegar, is available for purchase online and at specialty food stores in Northern California, with a portion of all proceeds donated to No Kid Hungry. Ayesha will also be launching her own signature line of cookware and bakeware, available at retail in the Fall of 2017.
In the spring of 2017, Ayesha released her long awaited meal kit delivery Service, Homemade, featuring family inspired meals developed by Ayesha herself. Homemade offers the same convenience as other meal kit delivery brands, with a family friendly twist which will include fun add-on’s like kid friendly recipes and a coloring book created exclusively for Homemade subscribers.
Ayesha is an ambassador for No Kid Hungry, an organization working to end childhood hunger. She is also a contributing partner to Team FNV, an initiative spearheaded by Michelle Obama which aims to promote a healthy lifestyle by incorporating more fruits and vegetables into the diet.