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August 15, 2020

Watch Ayesha Curry Calmly Handle a Hot Pan on Fire as She Cooked up Some Rum Sauce in a Video

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Ayesha Curry is showing off her skills in the kitchen as she cooks up some rum sauce. Check out the cool video now. 

Ayesha Curry is not just the wife of Stephen Curry but she is also a TV personality and chef known for hosting the Food Network show "Ayesha's Home Kitchen."

In her latest video shared to her Instagram, she reminds her fans about her skills in the kitchen, particularly how to handle a hot pan on fire. 

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Curry started hosting her own cooking show in 2016 then was quickly named a co-host for season three of "The Great American Baking Show" in 2017. 

Recently, she announced on her Instagram that she would be launching her own lifestyle magazine called Sweet July. During an interview she said:

"As a woman of color, it’s important to me that media reflects real, relatable women, and I’m excited to create an outlet for young men and women that celebrates diversity and inclusivity.” 

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The new magazine will include unique food tips. Curry revealed that she called it "Sweet July" because she got married in July and all of her children were also born in July. 

She added that while she may be launching it at an "insane time," she said that the world needed a little bit of joy right now. 

The Currys are also doing their part to help those struggling due to the coronavirus pandemic.

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While Curry has been isolating, she had been sharing glimpses of her home life that include her husband and three children, Riley Elizabeth, Ryan Carson, and Canon.  

In one post, the proud mother showed her son sitting on the counter as she made a makeshift home salon, writing:

"Canon's deep conditioning session. Sat still like a champ for me. He saw a newborn baby getting their first bath and hair washed in a video and wanted me to wash his."

 

Ayesha Curry attends the 2019 BET Awards at Microsoft Theater | Photo: Getty Images

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The Currys are also doing their part to help those struggling due to the coronavirus pandemic by partnering with "Feeding America."

The couple launched the campaign in March which aimed to provide meals for children who were out of school and were reliant on school lunches. 

 

The pair donated one million meals to the Oakland Unified School District and also called for volunteers while raising awareness on social media.

In addition to hosting a cooking show, Curry has also written a cookbook and launched her own cookware line. 

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