Ayesha Curry is serving up salt as a guest judge on Chopped Junior

Kelley L Cox-USA TODAY Sports

Ayesha Curry will appear as a guest judge on Chopped Junior tonight. The wife of Golden State Warriors MVP Steph Curry will be stepping out of her twitter world to appear on the show. Curry has been very active on social media throughout the NBA playoffs, expressing her strong opinions that the NBA is rigged after the Warriors lost game 6 of the NBA Finals. She became known in the culinary world through her YouTube videos and reportedly signed a deal with Food Network earlier this year. We all know what she will be serving up tonight for the audience, straight salt.

Let's face it, Steph and the Warriors choked away a 3-1 lead against the Cavaliers in the NBA Finals. It will be very interesting to see if Ayesha expresses the same displeasure with Chopped Junior. Will we see any tweets saying that Chopped Junior is rigged? If she sees a dish she doesn't like, will she throw her mouth piece at the contestants? One can only wonder.

One positive that Curry can take away from being a judge is that she will be able to eliminate contestants from the show, making up for what Steph and the Warriors couldn't do. I am surprised Ayesha Curry is coming out on to the public stage after her embarrassment on social media. Did the NBA and Food Network work together to get Curry on the show as a make-up call? It sounds rigged to me.

I am sure she is going to be a very tough judge tonight. Here is some advice I would give to the contestants for tonight's show.

- Make sure your dish has enough salt, Curry is known to be very salty.

- If you don't like her criticism as a judge you can always go on Twitter to complain like she did.

- If you show up for the appetizer and entree round but choke in the desert round it's not a big deal. You just may posses similar qualities to those on the Golden State Warriors.

- You will automatically win the show if you wear these