Curry-Style Cooking: Fresh, Family-Focused Mealtime on Ayesha's Homemade

Get all the latest details on Ayesha Curry's brand-new upcoming series, Ayesha's Homemade, premiering Saturday, Oct. 22 at 12|11c.

Photo by: Martin Klimek ©2016, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

Martin Klimek, 2016, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

When Ayesha Curry heads into the kitchen, she's not just prepping a quick meal for herself; she's thinking about her husband, NBA great Stephen, and their young daughters as well, all of whom bring hearty appetites to the table. Beginning this fall, you can join Ayesha in the kitchen for a taste of what's on her menu, as she's kicking off her brand-new series, Ayesha's Homemade, on Saturday, Oct. 22 at 12|11c.

Just like her husband on the court, Ayesha, a cookbook author and social media aficionado, has a game plan when it comes to family-friendly cooking. She's known for turning out time-tested recipes and contemporary showstoppers alike, all with easy and approachable prep work ideal for everyday meals and dressed-up gatherings alike. Updated takes on brunch staples, party-ready stuffed peppers, holiday-worthy mac and cheese — these slam-dunk favorites and more craveable recipes are all in the works in Ayesha's kitchen. She knows just what it takes to wow the crowd, and when she and her family open up their home to viewers, she'll show you her secrets for making it happen.

Mark your calendars for the premiere of Ayesha's Homemade on Saturday, Oct. 22 at 12|11c, and join the conversation about the show on social media using #AyeshasHomemade. 

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