Ayesha Curry celebrates her two favorite women, her mother and grandmother, by whipping up her own version of favorite family recipes that are influenced by their Jamaican roots. On the menu: Jamaican Snapper Sliders with sweet mayo; Escovitch Vegetables and Jerk Spiced Baked Plantain Chips. Also: To top off the menu with a touch of island sweetness, she makes No Churn Passion Fruit Ice Cream with Rum Vanilla Caramel Sauce and a Ginger Hurricane rum cocktail.
Stephen Curry's four aunts are visiting from North Carolina and Ayesha Curry is excited to welcome them with a good old-fashioned Southern barbecue. She makes a Quick Carolina Pulled Pork that's ready in under an hour, tangy Cider Vinegar Slaw, Grilled Peach Salad with Bacon Vinaigrette and Hush Puppies with Lemon Herb Butter. Ayesha's Cider-Berry Moon cocktail goes down easy and the aunties' all-time favorite dessert, Red Velvet Fried Sandwich Cookies, finishes off the meal with a bang.
Ayesha plans a fresh and citrusy menu for a light ladies' lunch with her mom and sister-in-law. She wants to thank them for all their help with the kids, so to make it really special she's preparing lemon-caper salmon, toasted almond cauliflower rice, and sweet pepper goat cheese bruschetta. She also shares a simple hack for easy lemon olive oil cake with lemon glaze and stirs up a rose spritzer to show her family just how much she appreciates them.
Ayesha Curry treats her friends to a girls' night pajama party and switches things up by serving breakfast for dinner, or as she and her husband, Stephen Curry, like to call it, brinner. The party spread includes a frozen mint mocha frappe cocktail.
Ayesha Curry is putting a grown-up twist on some childhood favorite foods for game night with her sister, cousin and childhood best friend. Included: Ayesha swaps a plain old hot dog for a sophisticated grilled bratwurst with Brie and spiral apple slaw.
Ayesha Curry spices up the menu with a creative twist on some taco night favorites. With a grocery store staple—the rotisserie chicken—and some simple spices, she creates pulled chicken tacos with seasoned taco shells. She adds cilantro-lime rice and rounds out the menu with horchata brownies. Ayesha and her husband, Stephen Curry, grab smoky pineapple margaritas to toast the fiery fiesta feast with their guests, Ayesha's sister Maria and DIY maven Sabrina Soto.