Today on Home & Family Friday, March 7th, 2014
Actress Stephanie Beatriz responds to the scene of "Home & Family" today to give us her account of playing a detective at a precinct in Brooklyn on the show "Brooklyn Nine-Nine." She speaks about the fun of working with the hilarious Andy Samberg, who makes it hard not to crack up while filming scenes. At the end of the day, the director allows the cast to do one "fun run" to improvise scenes that sometimes make the final cut. Stephanie also tells us what it's like to win two Golden Globes for the show's first season and demonstrates how she places suspects under arrest with her handcuff proficiency.
"Brooklyn Nine-Nine" airs Tuesdays at 9:30/8:30c on FOX.
Cristina Cooks Blood Orange Tart
Cristina points out the difference between blood oranges and regular oranges before cutting slices using a mandolin. Then, she teaches us how to make a lemon curd for her blood orange tart recipe.
Excalibur Food Dehydrator is available at excaliburdehydrator.com.
Jessie Jane's DIY Bar Trays with Gold Accents
Everything she touches turns to gold! Today, Jessie Jane crafts bar trays accented with golden elements.
Celebrity trainer Autumn Calabrese shares details of her 21 Day Fix diet and exercise program. She explains how seven color-coded containers are used to create daily meals and the formula used to calculate the calorie bucket you're going to eat from. Then, Autumn shares before-and-after results of a gentleman who participated in a test round of the program. 21 Day Fix offers 30-minute, boot-camp-style workouts paired with a portion-control storage system allowing consumers to fill each color-coded container full, eliminating the need to count calories. The program arms consumers with a user-friendly regimen for body transformation resulting in up to 15 pounds of weight loss in only 21 days. The 21 Day Fix diet and exercise program is being released to the general public today. For more information, go to beachbody.com.
Learn more about Autumn at autumncalabrese.com.
Say cheese! Matt Kloskowski, director of education at KelbyOne, gives information about online photography classes targeted at people who want to get their creative juices flowing. With custom-designed curriculums to meet individual needs and skill levels, KelbyOne is suited for anyone behind the lens. Matt assures potential students that questions can get answered 24 hours a day and new courses are posted weekly. Later, Matt returns to discuss the top three mistakes he sees untrained photographers make. Sign-up for your monthly or yearly membership to KelbyOne.com and start taking photos now! Want to learn more about Photoshop Hall of Famer Matt Kloskowski? Check him out on Facebook.com/ThePhotoshopGuy and MattK.com.
Colon Cancer Awareness with Dr. Zuri Murrell, MD
In observance of Colon Cancer Awareness Month, Dr. Zuri Murrell, MD shares alarming statistics about the disease. But, the news isn't all bad. He encourages patients between the ages of 45-50, depending on race, to get a colonoscopy because prevention and early detection are key components to survival. To further defend yourself from diagnosis, Dr. Murrell suggested maintaining fitness and a good diet full of fiber.
Doctor Zuri Murrell is board certified in colorectal and general surgery. He is the director of the Colorectal Cancer Program at the Cedars-Sinai Samuel Oschin Comprehensive Cancer Institute in Los Angeles. For more information on Doctor Murrell, go to lacolonrectalsurgeon.com.
For more information on Dulcolax ® and the Colon Cancer Alliance, visit www.dulcolax.com/CCA . The makers of Dulcolax ® support Colon Cancer Alliance community screening programs.
Ken Wingard's DIY Bookshelf Tree
Money may not grow on trees, but it sure looks like books do! Perfect for a nursery or children's room, Ken Wingard sketches a beautiful tree on the wall and then adds a shelf for books or diapers and more.
Potty Training for Dogs with Laura Nativo
Many pet parents struggle with house breaking four-legged family members. Laura Nativo is at the rescue to address common concerns and how to problem solve those unwelcome presents. She suggests rewarding pooches with a walk or jog after they've done their business in the proper place. Laura also advises designating a "potty zone" and sticking to a consistent routine. Then, she demonstrates how a pup can be trained to ring a "potty bell" to indicate when they need to go out. Laura is an advocate for crate training and also explains why she prefers the "Fresh Patch" of grass in a box over the wee wee pad.
Fragrance Diffuser Sticks with Sophie Uliano
Sophie Uliano makes aromatic fragrance diffuser sticks using bamboo skewers. These non-toxic sticks last forever and don't require electricity or flames. Sophie selects to use peppermint scented essential oil to help with focus and alleviate headaches, migraines, and nausea, but you can choose an oil of your preference. To keep the oil lasting longer, Sophie uses vodka as a fixidant.
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