Celebrity chef and author Ayesha Curry offered to prepare a ‘real feast’ for the Clemson Tigers’ national champion football team, after Donald Trump feted the players at the White House with what NBC News reported was a smorgasbord of fast food. This file photo shows Curry with her lemon olive oil cake, as seen on Season 2 of the Food Network series “Ayesha’s Home Kitchen.”
Celebrity chef and author Ayesha Curry offered to prepare a ‘real feast’ for the Clemson Tigers’ national champion football team, after Donald Trump feted the players at the White House with what NBC News reported was a smorgasbord of fast food. This file photo shows Curry with her lemon olive oil cake, as seen on Season 2 of the Food Network series “Ayesha’s Home Kitchen.” Katrina Marcinowksi Courtesy of Food Network
Celebrity chef and author Ayesha Curry offered to prepare a ‘real feast’ for the Clemson Tigers’ national champion football team, after Donald Trump feted the players at the White House with what NBC News reported was a smorgasbord of fast food. This file photo shows Curry with her lemon olive oil cake, as seen on Season 2 of the Food Network series “Ayesha’s Home Kitchen.” Katrina Marcinowksi Courtesy of Food Network