It's called "Ginger Limonade," a refreshment consisting of lemon, lime, ginger, mint and sugar cane.
Ayesha Curry, Curry's wife of about two-and-a-half years, relaunched the website with her husband's full Twitter support.
The site itself is not new, but Mrs. Curry took a brief hiatus from posting due to the Curry family move. In August, Mrs. Curry posted an update saying that she would be returning to posting on the site following the move, and that the site was getting a redesign. She had published sparingly since then, but now it seems that she will be rededicated to more consistent publishing with the official relaunch and new design.
Mrs. Curry features her "Ask Ayesha" chat from this website, as well as her own recipes and posts about family happenings such as taco night in the Curry home, complete with videos of Mr. Curry and company dancing to the what-I-assume-to-be delight of impending taco deliciousness.
Mrs. Curry posts videos of her family, including two-month-old daughter Riley's first time at the beach. Needless to say, it's adorable. Unlike most times you see Mr. Curry on television, he isn't the star of every post or video on the site. He is a husband and father, and "Little Lights Of Mine" gives you a glimpse into that part of his life.
For Golden State Warriors fans, it's a very cool way to get to know their star player—more than just knowing what flavor mouth guard he uses.