Brown Love Stories: Stephen and Ayesha Curry

May 07, 2015
One of our favorite young NBA 'celebrity' couples is Stephen and Ayesha Curry. Matt made me put 'celebrity' in quotations because he actually grew up with the Currys and Ayesha was a good friend of his sister. Nonetheless, Stephen, Ayesha are adorable and I am excited to share with you this amazing family!
Stephen and Ayesha met in their church youth group in Charlotte, NC and had been dating since 2008. They spent their first date together running around Hollywood, where Ayesha lived to pursue acting and Stephen visited for a basketball camp. Years later, Stephen proposed to Ayesha at his parents house, the site of their first kiss, and they married in the summer of 2011. Now, the couple has a beautiful daughter, Riley and have another baby on the way in a few months!

Watch this couple for a few minutes, and you'll have no doubt that they were meant for each other. They both have an interesting sense of humor and appreciate each other's quirks.

6 Amazing Recipes To Spice Up Your Sunday Brunch

May 02, 2015
One tradition that has held, whether you are carefree or a person who likes the weekly gossip, is Sunday Brunch. Something about warm french toast, hash browns and bottomless mimosas just makes the upcoming work week all worth it. I'm the type of girl that can eat breakfast at anytime of the day, so "brunch" can be any day of the week. For my like-minded folks out there, here is a list of creative recipes to add to your weekly brunch repertoire:

1. Chicken & Waffle Sliders
Chicken & Waffles is a classic brunch recipe that everyone looks forward to trying. For your next brunch party, try setting out these adorably delicious chicken and waffle sliders, drizzled in syrup. Recipe here.

2. Frittaffles
Now doesn't this look fancy? Who knew that you could throw these ingredient into a waffle iron? Recipe here.

3. Blood Orange Mimosa Jello Shots
How cute is this? I actually got this idea from a friend. This idea is great for brunch or to confuse your friends at a party. Word of advice: use small oranges, let the jello set well before cutting, and use the left over oranges for a marmalade or for juicing. Recipe here.

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