The Housleys are cooking together and visiting the pumpkin patch as a family. Tamera Mowry and her husband, Adam Housley, recently stopped by Cool Patch Pumpkins in Dixon, California, with their kids, Aden and Ariah, where they found the perfect pumpkin for carving.
“@coolpatchpumpkins is amazing as always,” Adam told his social media fans on Wednesday (Oct. 20). “Been going here since Aden was a year old and now he wants to be a guide and work on the farm,” the celebrity father said of the family’s history of visiting the patch.
Aden and his younger sister joined their parents in making the most of quarantine time last year. The Housleys sharpened their culinary skills, which has ultimately led to Aden knowing how to make breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Ariah knows how to crack an egg open for baking.
“She helped me make cookies [during the quarantine],” Tamera revealed. And I have to say, I still even, like, will drop a piece of [egg] shell in there. But my daughter does not. She is perfect. I’m not just saying that. Like, she is fantastic.”
Tamera Mowry-Housley is bringing her baking skills to the forefront as the co-host of Hulu’s Baker’s Dozen. The celebrity mom recently spoke with the press about her “dream” job.
“I’m a true believer in the underdog and it was beautiful to see,” Tamera told the media. Baker’s Dozen is a competition series in which amateur bakers are pitted against culinary experts for the win. One may assume that the experts will gain victory over those who do not have as much baking experience. Both Tamera and her fellow co-host, Bill Yosses, encourage viewers to refrain from coming to premature conclusions, though.
“It was very hard for us to guess who was going to come out on top,” Yosses shared with the press. “Because sometimes a person would barely squeak through one of the challenges and then the next one they would just blow the roof off.”
You can binge-watch on Baker’s Dozen when you log onto the Hulu platform.
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