Today on Home & Family Tuesday, April 29th, 2014
Entrepreneur, TV personality, author, and motivational speaker Daymond John tells us how he went from working at Red Lobster and driving a taxi to becoming a fashion mogul and "Shark Tank" star. Daymond tells us how he perfected his own pitching skills to LL Cool J and how the concept of FUBU was born. FUBU, which stands for "For Us By Us," was used as a campaign slogan by President Barack Obama and was worn by pop group N*SYNC on tour. Daymond also explains the casting process for "Shark Tank," which includes open casting calls and scouts attending trade shows.
"Shark Tank" airs Fridays at 9/8c on ABC.
Cristina Cooks Spicy Mac n' Cheese with Bubba Q's Boneless Ribs
Daymond John shares a clip from "Shark Tank," showing a husband pitching Bubba Q's Boneless Ribs. The former Detroit Lions player is a fan of ribs, but his wife doesn't like the mess. After 20 years of figuring out a solution, he found a way to de-bone the slab. Today, Cristina chops up the ribs into a macaroni and cheese casserole.
To order Bubba's Baby Back Ribs, go to www.bubbasbonelessribs.com.
Early Maternity Fashion with Rachel Pally & Debbie Matenopoulos
Designer Rachel Pally is on hand to help Debbie Matenopoulos and other expectant moms style their baby bump. To accommodate for the growing belly, Rachel shows moms-to-be how to extend the waist of their jeans before investing in a whole new maternity wardrobe. Some outfits, such as empire waisted tops and dresses can be worn before, during, and after pregancy. Rachel also discusses the evolution of maternity fashion over the years. Women nowadays are wearing more form fitting clothing to show off their bump loud and proud. Other featured styles include: Big Star, ShoeMint, & Lanston!
Follow TV personality and style expert Debbie Matenopoulos on Twitter @IAmDebbieM. Her first cookbook, "It's All Greek to Me," is available in stores now.
BRCA Genes & Male Breast Cancer
Ora Karp Gordon, MD, Director, GenRisk Adult Genetics Program at Cedars-Sinai Samuel Oschin Comprehensive Cancer Institute, and Alan Blassberg, producer/director of Pink & Blue and BRCA2 carrier, join "Home & Family" to raise awareness of the BRCA2 gene in men. Breast cancer does not discriminate. Men are at risk to be diagnosed too. Alan explains how to check for and detect lumps and what it's like to get a "man-ogram" to screen for growths. Dr. Gordon describes how genetic testing is conducted, the influence of family history, and the latest treatment options. Learn more about Alan's personal story at pinkandbluemovie.com. Help crowdfund the documentary at kickstarter.com/projects/77350478/pink-and-blue-0.
Order Dr. Ora Karp Gordon's book "Positivie Results" at www.positiveresultsthebook.com. Learn more about the doctor at cedars-sinai.edu/Patients/Programs-and-Services/GenRISK-Adult-Genetics-Program/Expert-Team/Ora-Karp-Gordon-MD-MS.aspx.
"Granite Flats" Cast
"Granite Flats" stars Richard Gunn, Annie Tedesco, and Peter Murnik fill us in on their period piece set in small-town Colorado. They describe how fun it is to play dress-up in 60s garb for the show, which is based on true government experiments. Annie also tells us about her Utah wedding plans to her Australian fiance. Be sure to check out our Twitter @HomeAndFamilyTV for a special message from Richard, Annie, and Peter. Follow Richard on Twitter @richardgunninc and visit Annie at annietedesco.com.
Chia Seeds with Janie Hoffman
Founder/CEO of "Mamma Chia" and author of "Chia Vitality" Janie Hoffman tells us what makes chia one of the most powerful superfoods on the planet. The seeds are full of nutrients and loaded with Omega 3s, protein, fiber, anti-oxidants, calcium, and so much more. Janie explains the healing power of chia seeds that cured her from ailments. This neutrally flavored food can be added to anything and consumed by drinking or eating. Today, Janie makes a chia seed salad dressing.
To learn more about Chia, read Janie's new book, "Chia Vitality," which is available in bookstores nationwide and at mammachia.com.
Pediatric dentist Misee Harris continues her quest to be cast as the first African-American "Bachelorette." Today, she answers questions submitted by "Home & Family" Facebook fans. Find out if Misee truly believes she can find the love of her life on TV and her thoughts on interracial dating. Follow Misee Harris on Twitter @miseeharris. Get fit for customizable mouth guards to protect teeth from sports related injuries at customizablemouthguards.com.
Fragrant Wax Dipped Animals with Sophie Uliano
People living in many settings, such as dorms or nursing homes, can't burn candles. Sophie Uliano has a great alternative to fill the room with a beautiful fragrance. She soaks a bear in a hot bath of soy wax and non-toxic fragrance. After wringing the stuffed animal out and combing its fur, the teddy will keep its aroma for two years.
To get additional information on the soy wax and non-toxic fragrance, go to Nature's Garden website www.naturesgardencandles.com.
Stain Removal with Tanya Memme
There's no stain too tough for Tanya Memme to get out. Today, she teaches us tricks of the trade to remove common household stains. She demonstrates how rubbing alcohol and hairspray can lift pen marks from her ottoman. She also shows us how useful an old fashioned glass washboard still is today to clean grass stains. And, Tanya shares the secret ingredient to vanish red wine from the carpet. Plus, learn all about the SpotBot machine that makes your rugs appear as good as new.
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