Tia Mowry-Hardrict Lands New Cooking Show

Mowry take on culinary and talks cooking quick heathy meals from her home kitchen

(Photo: Getty)
(Photo: Getty)

Tia Mowry-Hardrict is adds yet another notch to her career belt with her new cooking show titled, “Tia Mowry at Home,” slotted for Wednesday nights on the Cooking Channel.

The Sister Sister star, told Entertainment Weekly, that her new culinary business venture sort of  manifested itself through motherhood, prompting her to share some of her tips, and tricks for quick healthy home cooked meals, with other moms and anyone short on time, looking to enjoy good eats.

“A lot of moms and families don’t think they have the time to prepare a healthy meal,” Mowry told reporters. “You know, we’re starting to get more educated about food and how it’s related to cancer, how it’s related to autism, just all sorts of things. I want to help encourage and inspire other busy moms and busy people in general to cook fresh food.”

So far, Mowrys cooked-up collard greens, broccoli sauté, cornish hens, a few decadent desserts including a banana chocolate milkshake, and a raspberry cosmo perfect for girls night.

The 36-year-old hardworking Hollywood twin is all about her business and has consistently thought of new ways to bring in more money over the years while knocking out a few major television roles simultaneously.

From BET’s The Game to becoming Nickelodeon’s Instant Mom, Mowry is one 90’s star who has no trouble finding work on new and exciting projects.

After her pregnancy, the actress and then, new mom, penned “Oh Baby,” a tell-all baby guide “from one hot mom to another,” and lets not forget the herbal tea line, for new mothers, she and sister Tamara Mowry launched back in 2013.

Mowry has no problem keeping the  creative juices and  revenue streams flowing–all while managing being a fulltime mom to baby Cree. To catch her cooking tips, and motherly meals, look for Mowry on the Cooking Channel Wednesday nights at 9pm ET.


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