According to celebrity chef Curtis Stone's website, his "mum and granny" inspired his obsession with food at age four. Stone still calls his mother, Lozza, when he wants advice for developing recipes, and Stone named his first restaurant, Maude, after his grandmother; another woman he loves to pay tribute to is (of course) his wife.
When Stone has the chance to cook at home, he prepares pasta from scratch for his wife Lindsay Price, who often requests fresh cavatelli with mussels or clams, but Stone often turns it up a notch. He told Holiday Travel, "My wife, Lindsay, loves homemade lobster pasta […] So, whenever I have the chance, I try to whip up this dish for my love."
When he creates new seasonal dishes at home, Stone wants the cooking experience to be fun, so he often invites his sons to help him cook. From gathering produce from their vegetable garden to setting the table, it's important to Stone that he creates the time to enjoy his family's company over a delicious meal.