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Today on Home & Family Tuesday, February 25th, 2014


Michel Gill
Actor Michel Gill talks about getting elected to the Oval Office in "House of Cards." The fictional president discusses all the research he's done about being Commander in Chief. Michel also tells us how he met his own First Lady as theater cast mates.
"House of Cards" season two is now available on Netflix.

French Onion Soup

Cristina and Michel Gill transport us to Paris with Julia Child's recipe for French Onion Soup.

Cristina Cooks French Onion Soup by Julia Child
From the famed kitchen of Julia Child, Cristina and Michel share her recipe for French onion soup. For an authentic flavor, Cristina adds a bit of vermouth. Michel even shows off some of his bilingual skills.
Find the recipe here>>


Kym Douglas' Best Beauty Buys for Under $20

It's not necessary to dish out hundreds or thousands of dollars on a professional makeup artist. You can look red carpet ready for this upcoming weekend's Oscars for less than $20. Kym Douglas tells you which drugstore products will make you look like a star. Learn about these affordable products here>>

Get additional tips from lifestyle and beauty expert Kym Douglas at KymDouglas.com. Follow her on Twitter @KymDouglas and like her on Facebook.

Hallmark's Sarah Jessica Parker Collection

Hallmark's creative strategist Angela Ensminger introduces Sarah Jessica Parker's new collection of greeting cards

Hallmark's Sarah Jessica Parker Collection
One of the most famous fashionistas, Sarah Jessica Parker, has partnered with Hallmark! Creative strategist Angela Ensminger connects with us via Skype to tell us about the brand's collaboration with the "Sex and the City" star. Believing in the power of the handwritten note, SJP's collection includes greeting cards, gift wrap, and stationery.
Enter for a chance to win the new Sarah Jessica Parker Collection from Hallmark Stores and a $50 Gold Crown gift card at facebook.com/hallmarkchannel. Click on the pink Sarah Jessica Parker button to enter.

Sarah Jessica Parker Collection is available exclusively at Hallmark Gold Crown Stores.


DIY Sweater Bling with Jessie Jane

Pop your collar in style. Jessie Jane shows us how to bling out what hides underneath our collar. Plus, she rocks out by adding rhinestones to sweater and jacket cuffs too.

For more with Jessie Jane, visit lilyshop.com and Facebook.


The White Diet Cure: Healthy Eating for Toddlers with Dr. JJ Levenstein

Board certified pediatrician Dr. JJ Levenstein, MD, FAAP cautions parents on the harm white food might be doing in your children's development. Full of processed material and low in iron, Dr. Levenstein tells moms and dads how to gradually change their kids' eating habits by making their favorite meals healthier. She also reminds us how important it is to read ingredient labels. Click here for Dr. JJ's White Food Diet Kitchen Overhaul>>

Take parenting classes instructed by Dr. Levenstein online by visiting www.momassembly.com. Also, find helpful parenting products at www.mdmoms.com.

Tamara Tunie

Former "Law & Order" actress Tamara Tunie talks about discovering information about her Native American ancestry while researching her role in "The Red Road."

Tamara Tunie
Former "Law & Order" actress Tamara Tunie is going back to her Native American roots in a suspenseful new cop drama "The Red Road." In researching the role, Tamara shares what she's learned about her family's ancestry. As a member of the Board of Directors for Figure Skating in Harlem, she also spreads word on the organization's mission to build self esteem and achieve academic excellence off-ice. Then, Tamara gives us the scoop on a new play she's starring in in New York. Later, she gets sworn in for a fun game of "Order in the Court."
Watch the series premiere of "The Red Road" on February 27 at 9/8c on SundanceTV.

Learn more about Figure Skating in Harlem at www.figureskatinginharlem.org.

For a special message from Tamara, go out Twitter page @homeandfamilytv.

DIY Castle Lights with Tanya Memme

Tanya Memme makes night-lights to help her daughter overcome her fear of the dark.

DIY Castle Lights with Tanya Memme
If your little prince or princess is afraid of the dark, Tanya Memme has the solution for you. Print out an architectural or landscape photo that holds a special meaning to your family. Using an x-acto knife for precision and accuracy, cut out the windows for the illumination of non-flammable tea lights to peek through after wrapping it around a candle holder.
Get step-by-step directions>>

Tweet lifestyle expert Tanya Memme @Tanya_Memme. Also, visit her on Facebook and check out TanyaMemme.com.

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