Ayesha Curry, wife of NBA superstar Steph Curry, hit up “The View” last week to promote her new ABC show “Family Food,” an eight-episode summer series debuting July 11 that features diverse, multi-generational teams competing for the title of “America’s No. 1 Food Family” and a $100,000 prize.
“It’s just this big melting pot of diversity and I think it’s a perfect representation of what America truly is,” Curry tells USA Today. “The show is multi-generational, everything from brothers and sisters-in-law to a mom and her daughters to a mom and her sons, so many different combinations of what families look like.”
While discussing her new series on “The View,” Curry also revealed how challenging she found adjusting to life in the South during her teen years due to her mixed heritage, RollingOut reports. Ayesha’s mother is of Jamaican-Chinese descent while her father is of African American and Polish descent.
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