Monday, February 29th, 2016
Maria Thayer Interview
Maria Thayer sits down with Mark and Cristina to talk about her new show, TruTV’s “Those Who Can’t,” which airs Thursdays at 10:30/9:30c. The red-headed actress opens up about her early years growing up on a bee farm in a small Oregon town called Boring! She jokes that it was a beautiful place to grow up, but definitely not an exciting town. It wasn’t until high school in Apple Valley, Minnesota when she discovered a love for acting.
Burmese Pork Curry
Chef Simon Majumdar from Food Network’s show “Cutthroat” is in the kitchen whipping up Burmese Pork Curry. He wants to clear up that he is not as mean as he comes across on television, he just passionately hates a bad tasting meal. His curry features all types of flavor and packs a little heat with all the chilis. If you don’t want to use pork, he recommends adding fish as an alternative.
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Get more from Simon at SimonMajumdar.com
Hair Parts and Your Personality
Kym Douglas talks about the Hair Part Theory, which states that there is something behind the way we part our hair. She breaks down each family members part and what they are supposed to mean. Kym says a zig-zag part means your easygoing and level-headed. A right part says you are caring and sensitive. A left part conveys you are wise and have ambition.
Get more from Kym at KymDouglas.com
DIY Epoxy Jewelry Box with Bracelets
Maria Provenzano is back and showing you who to make your very own epoxy jewelry box with bracelets. She warns you that when working with epoxy you should always wear gloves. She also recommends that if you are pregnant to not attempt this DIY project due to the fumes. She also suggests working on small projects with the epoxy first, to avoid mess ups. She also reminds you that epoxy takes 24 hours to dry, so patience is required!
Check out more fun DIY projects at the Home & Family Pinterest Page
Get more from Maria at FromScratchwithMaria.com
Trinity Stokes Interview
Pint-sized actress Trinity Stokes talks to Home & Family about her Disney series, “K.C. Undercover,” which returns Sunday, March 7th at 7PM. She even brings a clip for Mark and Cristina to enjoy. Trinity is also an avid reader and just completed the classic, “The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe.” She is so passionate about books she even hosted her own book drive which collected over 1,100 books for donations.
DIY Braided Scarf
Tanya Memme is here to show you how to make your very own stylish braided scarf. She saw the scarf on a friend’s daughter and decided to make her own! Using scraps of materials like yarn, elastics and rope, or even an old t-shirt, Tanya made herself a braided scarf. She encourages you to get as creative as you want with color and textures. The scarves are perfect for any season and can be any size.
Check out more fun fun DIY projects at the Home & Family Pinterest Page
Get more fro Tanya at TanyaMemme.com
Alternatives to Men’s Grooming Products
Lawrence Zarian and Sophie Uliano team up to show you some natural alternatives for men’s grooming. Sophie points out that these products are not only chemical free, but work just as well as the products that do contain chemicals. From EO Organic products to Tom’s Toothpaste, Sophie has you and Lawrence covered with what products you should look into.
Get more from Sophie at SophieUliano.com
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The band, Future Lovers, hit the Home & Family stage to perform. Mark and Cristina explain that most of the band is made up of crew members from the show, as well as other shows on television. The band perform their original song, “Blue Eyes” and their new single, “Come On” is available on iTunes.
Get more from the band at FutureLoversBand.com
Debbie Matenopoulos is back with Makeover Monday and this time she’s working with the Home & Family stage manager, Chris who nominated his wife, Stephanie. Chris talks about how his wife is always putting their three kids first, one who is only seven weeks old and another who was diagnosed with autism. Stephanie and Chris are both moved by the final reveal. Debbie presents her with a basket of beauty and hair products and a gift certificate for Jenette Bras. Finally, the couple are treated to a romantic dinner at “The Ocean” restaurant courtesy of Home & Family.