Steph Curry may attribute his incredible basketball talent to hard work on the court, but it seems that wife Ayesha Curry’s work in the kitchen also has something to do with it. And if she’s capable of feeding the purported best shooter in the NBA, she can probably feed us too, right? So if you want to adopt the diet of an NBA MVP, look no further than Gather, the new food delivery startup from the Curry kitchen, masterminded by none other than Ayesha Curry herself.
The announcement comes hot on the heels of Mrs. Curry’s appearance as a judge on the Food Network’s “Chopped Junior,” and looks to be solidifying her own burgeoning presence in the food world. Already a cookbook author and chef in her own right, Curry is now expanding her empire … straight into your kitchen.
While Gather hasn’t officially launched yet, its site suggests that you’ll be delivered the ingredients and recipes needed to make a delicious and seasonal meal, straight from the mind of Steph Curry’s better half. Meals will include those Curry makes for her famous family, and if you have a newborn at home, she’s got your back too — Curry will teach you how to make homemade baby food.
While the food delivery space is already crowded and growing busier by the day, Gather may benefit from the fame of her husband. And given that Curry has said that her heritage is Jamaican, Chinese, Polish, and African-American, she’ll certainly be offering up diverse recipes that may be a welcome departure from the oftentimes predictable meals that come out of other services.
So if you’re interested in checking out Gather upon its launch, sign up for its waiting list here. And in the meantime, you can check out Curry’s YouTube channel for a taste of what her food may actually … taste like.
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