Today on Home & Family: Wednesday, November 12th, 2014
Adam West recounts the gorgeous women who made guest appearances on "Batman," including our very own Cristina Ferrare! Hear the story behind the Batusi dance. Listen to Adam's fond memories of Natalie Wood in Honolulu and the special bond he formed with The Riddler actor Frank Gorshin. Later, the family matches actors with their characters in the "Home & Family Batman Game."
"Batman: The Complete Series" is now available for the first time on DVD and Blu-Ray. Adam West is donating the box set to operationgratitude.com.
Flea Market Finds with Tanya Memme & Paige Hemmis
Tanya Memme and Paige Hemmis explain how to plan and strategize while bargain hunting at a flea market. Arrive early for the best selection, but shop later in the day for reduced prices. Learn how to come up with creative ideas to turn one man's junk into your treasure. Then, the ladies upcycle an old trunk into a table.
Former Military White House Chefs Sam Morgante, Tal Sims, Julianne Koski, & Ivan Saez
Former Military White House Chefs Sam Morgante, Tal Sims, Julianne Koski, and Ivan Saez reveal secrets from the kitchen inside 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue. Ken Wingard shares college memories of Michelle Obama in the dining hall and the chefs confirm she's still a fan of basil ice cream. Find out about the chef's responsibility as official taste testers for the President to make sure the food hasn't been tampered with. Listen to behind the scenes stories of life with the First Family and the perks of traveling on Air Force One. Besides countless world leaders, the chefs name drop some A-list celebrities they've prepared meals for. And, they get candid on how the White House responded to the 9/11 terrorist attack. Next, the chefs teach us to cook a presidential favorite first made during the Clinton administration, the Colorado turkey melt.
Check out more Former Military White House Chef stories and see what products he has so you can make your own cooking presidential! Don't forget to visit FormerWhiteHouseChefs.com for more.
Actress Caterina Scorsone began binge watching episodes of "Grey's Anatomy" while studying for college exams. Completely enthralled, the series inspired her to sign up for medical classes, but she soon realized she wasn't cut out for the real ER. Little did she know she'd land a role as a fictional doctor on her favorite show! Caterina discusses her real life experience dealing with people who have addiction problems at her father's homeless shelter in Toronto. Also, find out about her sister who is currently serving in the military.
Holiday Floral Arrangements with Michael Gaffney
Michael Gaffney assembles floral arrangements to ring in the holiday season. Dress up your home with festive wreaths and centerpieces. Shop in your very own backyard for all the greenery.
Michael Gaffney is giving away three full scholarships to the American Schools of Flower Design, worth over six thousand dollars!! Log on to our Facebook page and find out how you can become one of those lucky winners! Don't forget to pick up Michael's book, "Design Star," available on amazon.com. Visit him at flowerschool101.com.
DIY Holiday Place Cards with Ken Wingard
Ken Wingard teaches us how to properly seat our guests with a carefully predetermined seating chart. Learn the etiquette of where to assign each guest at the dinnertable. Ken also makes quick and easy DIY place cards with rounded corners.
Sgt. Shilo Harris
Author and Retired Army Staff Sgt. Shilo Harris shares his tale of escaping and surviving an IED explosion while serving our country. Learn how he recovered from severe injuries that put him in a medically induced coma for 48 days, required many surgeries, and left him with prosthetic ears. Hear about his reunion with his wife and children and his life-changing meeting with Paige Hemmis on "Extreme Makeover: Home Edition." Plus, get the scoop on his newly released book, "Steel Will."
To hear Shilo's complete story, visit his website www.shiloharris.com and purchase his book, "Steel Will."
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