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Tamera Mowry and Husband Adam Cook Together and Share Recipes in a Video

Pedro Marrero
May 18, 2020
12:00 P.M.
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Amid everybody is stuck in their home because quarantine, there is always a way to find time to joy and share. The couple spends their time cooking and bringing laughs with their followers.


Tamera Mowry-Housley shares a video on Instagram with her husband, while sharing their skills in the kitchen. She takes the camera and he takes his best recipe to share with their fans.

Actress Tamera Mowry-Housley visits Hallmark Channel's "Home & Family" at Universal Studios Hollywood California in 2019. I Image: Getty Images.


A whole fresh fish cooking in the oven with some onions, herbs, and lime, that’s Adam's dish. By her side, Tamera hosts the video and cooks some broccoli in a pan, with a lettuce mix for salad. “Quarantine cuisine” captioned Tamera, her followers were delighted with the video and wrote good comments:

“Omg, I watched the whole thing! You’ll are so entertaining! I love ya Tamera”



Tamera and her sister can sing, they debuted their vocals for the iconic theme song of “Sister, Sister,” and even had a few episodes where they showcased their talents.

Due to the coronavirus quarantine, many people have discovered or rediscovered, hobbies, and activities that they love to do.


For Tamera, it’s clear that singing it’s her beloved thing to do, and she steals a few moments to belt out her favorite tune in the shower. “The Real” co-host shared a video showing her talent and soon it reached 150.000 likes.


Tia said in an interview that she was at the beginning, excited to be at home, along with her family. Her husband is Cory Hardrict, and their two kids: son Cree, and daughter Cairo. What she didn’t know is that eventually, she became overwhelmed.


When talking about her sister and whether she’s been able for her, Tia said no and said that that’s “the hardest part.” As she spoke, her voice began to crack and she started to cry.

“Of course I get to see my family, my husband, and my children,” she said. “But not being able to see my dad, my brothers and my sister have been pretty hard because we’re all very close.”



During her freshman year of college, Alaina, Tamera and Tia’s niece, with her friends were simply hoping to enjoy a night of country music and line dancing when they arrived at the Borderline Bar and Grill. The night would ultimately end in tragedy.

One year after the painful event, Tamera has continued to address gun violence in a variety of segments on “The Real.” Alaina Housley was one of the 12 victims from shooting in Thousand Oaks, Calif. “We are going to make a change I can guarantee it and Alaina is with us as we do this." Adam Housley said.


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