Lakshmi shares her daughter with businessman Adam Dell
While walking the red carpet Monday night, the celebrity chef was photographed with her 13-year-old daughter Krishna. Wearing a bright green Marchesa dress, Lakshmi draped her arm around her daughter, who wore a black dress with feathers up the bottom.
Both mother and daughter wore their hair down, posing for the cameras as they leaned into one another.
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Lakshmi shares her daughter with businessman Adam Dell.
In September, the celebrity chef announced that it’s been a “really busy week here in New York” on Instagram, so she was having her teenage daughter Krishna cook dinner.
Krishna, also referred to by the former Top Chef host as "Little Hands," said that she would be making butter sriracha couscous. She continued to explain that she came up with the dish when she was 11 years old and her mom “really liked it so she wants me to cook it today.”
“Do you like cooking?” asked the camera person.
In perfect comedic timing, Krishna then dropped the pat of butter and covered her face with her hand.
“I like cooking,” she answered after getting the butter in the pan and back on track. “I don’t know if it’s a generational thing but most of my food that I cook independently is done in the microwave and in a mug.”
She continued, “So when [my mom] cooks, she’s like, ‘Oh yeah, let’s bake it, let’s put it in the oven, let’s do a washed egg white glaze.’ And I’m like, ‘Can I just make instant ramen, please?’”
This wasn't the first time Krishna had appeared in her mom's kitchen. The chef's daughter also popped up in a Hanukkah-themed episode of Taste the Nation, given that her father is Jewish.
"Her father's family, originally, is from New York and is Ashkenazi Jewish and did live on the Lower East Side. And so to do an episode about Ashkenazi Jews in New York and pretend that I have no connection to it would've been disingenuous," Lakshmi told PEOPLE during her November 2021 interview. "It made perfect sense for her to be there at that Hanukkah dinner. And so that's why she's there in that sequence."
Krishna is also not afraid to roast her famous mom from time to time, like when she interrupted a cooking video posted on Instagram in August 2022 and told her mom "nobody cares" about what she was filming.
"My daughter keeping me humble," Lakshmi wrote over the video.
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