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Thursday, April 28th, 2016

Stacy Keach Interview

The actor visits Home & Family to talk about his NBC comedy, “Crowded,” which airs Sundays at 9:30/8:30c on NBC. In the series, Stacy plays a grumpy father and likens his character to the iconic Archie Bunker. He also re-visits the time in his life that he calls his lowest point, which is when he spent six months in jail in the early 80’s for cocaine possession. He had a warden in the prison who wanted to make sure Stacy spent his serving time doing productive things, so he would volunteer to read family letters to illiterate prisoners. Stacy credits Nancy Reagan and Frank Sinatra to saving his career and helping him get his career back on track after getting clean.


Summer Sunday Crab Cakes

“Farmhouse Rules” author Nancy Fuller is in the kitchen making one of her favorite family meals, “Summer Sunday Crab Cakes with Corn Relish.” Nancy points out that you can really make this at any time of the year and it can be served as a dinner or an appetizer. If you don’t have access to crab, you can also use canned salmon. She recommends letting the crab cakes

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Stress-Free Life

Kym Douglas is introducing you to products that are geared to help keep you organized and create a stress-free environment. She introduces you to OrgoLite, which keeps your toiletries organized and opens onto its own shelf. Jewelinx lets you assemble accessories and hang with your outfit. Finally, ReadeRest will hold your eyeglasses without damaging them or your clothes.

Get more from Kym at KymDouglas.com


Fabric Garland Porchscape

One of the DIY finalists from the Dreamjobbing competition, Brittany Young is outside on the porch showing Mark and Cristina how to make their very own garland porchscape. Before getting started, she says the secret to decorating your porch is finding something that inspires you. Decide on a theme to incorporate into your design. To save money, Brittany suggests stocking up on decorations and ribbon during after-holiday sales. This entire DIY will cost you only $30-$40.

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Check out more fun DIY projects at the Home & Family Pinterest Page

Follow Brittany on Instagram @Adoorable_life


Eddie George Interview

NFL legend and actor, Eddie George is visiting Home & Family to talk about playing the charismatic Billy Flynn in “Chicago: The Musical,” which is currently playing at The Pantages in Hollywood until May 1st. Eddie started this role on Broadway, playing opposite Brandy Norwood. Eddie also opens up about how his career took a turn from playing football to acting on stage. He opens up that he took an acting class after his NFL career was over and from there, he decided to pursue a career as an actor full-time.

Get your tickets at HollywoodPantages.com/Chicago


From the Plane to the Paparazzi

Debbie Matenopoulos is giving you a list of must-have items to carry with you on a plane so when you land, you can look your very best! From fashionable jean jackets to stylish pumps, Debbie shows you how easy it is to slip into something fashionable while in the plane, so once you arrive at your destination, you will be ready to go out!

Follow Debbie on Twitter @IAmDebbieM


Fishing Hacks

Matt Rogers is back from Nashville, with some helpful tips to make fishing that much easier. Matt recommends using bungee balls to keep your fishing rods organized. He also uses a baby wipes dispenser to hold your stinky bait, since the fragrant box helps masks the smell. Finally, he shows you how to use ear plugs as your bobber for fishing. After revealing his hacks, Matt shows Kym how to cast a fishing line.

Get more from Matt at MattRogersUSA.com


Hollywood Steals

Sandie Newton is back with a whole new list of deals you will find at Hollywood Steals.

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Healthy Meal Prepping

Sophie Uliano is in the kitchen showing you how easy it is to prep foods for healthy cooking. Before getting started, she suggests hitting the farmers’ market for fresh product when they are about to close, so you can get the best bargains. As for her meals, Sophie teaches you how to make a breakfast of overnight oats. Next, for lunch she makes a spinach salad and for a light dessert, she packs fresh watermelon and cantaloupe. Each meal is a lot cheaper than if you were to go out and purchase in a restaurant and can easily be stored.

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Get more from Sophie at SophieUliano.com


DIY Picnic Baskets

With the weather getting warmer, Ken Wingard is making his own picnic basket that will help get you ready to head outdoors and celebrate the season. He mentions that he has seen these baskets cost up to $80 in the store, but when you follow his instructions, it will only cost you $20. The basket is made for two, but you can increase the supplies if your number grows.

Get more from Ken at KennethWingard.com