Lunceford shared a video on Instagram showing off her chef skills. She cooked brown stew chicken with carrots, potatoes and Habanero peppers all over a bed of white steamed rice. The reality star captioned the video, “It’s another segment of cooking with Miss Quad and on the menu tonight we have brown stew chicken over bed of white rice This is one of my all-time favorites. Get into it! #cheflife #cookingwithquad”
Fans couldn’t help but to salivate over her cooking and wanted to know more about her new food venture.
One Instagram follower wrote, “OMG! That looks delicious! 👌🏽”
Another person added, “This looks and sound delicious.”
“I’m waiting for my dinner invite! I watch your cooking videos and am so glad to finally see you step into your own! You’ve always been my favorite on M2M and i hope that we will continue to see you evolve on the coming season! Keep cooking because you could probably teach very accomplished chefs a thing or two,” one fan commented.
“I would love to have the recipe for this dish [Absolutely Quad] I look forward to your cookbook,” a person wrote.
Lunceford’s fans flooded her comment section and asked, “When will your cookbook come out?” She responded, “Coming soon!”
The reality star announced her cookbook on “Sister Circle” where she’s a co-host. Lunceford also spoke about her new book “Romance on the Table” to “HER Magazine” in 2017. She said, “It’s not your standard cookbook – it doesn’t just have recipes and great illustrations… It also serves as a guide to dating, self-help, and of course, romance.”
She added, “I have hundreds of thousands of social media fans who love the video postings, and they are one of the many reasons why I was encouraged to write a cookbook.” Lunceford told the media outlet she partnered with Williams Sonoma for the project.
The star is currently going through a rough divorce with husband Dr. Gregory Lunceford, which she filed for in May.