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Tuesday, April 19th, 2016

Graham Nash Visits

Legendary singer Graham Nash visits Home & Family to talk about his iconic career with Crosby, Stills & Nash and recounts the stories behind some of his biggest hits. One of the band’s biggest songs, “Our House,” was written about a morning spent with Joni Mitchell, in her Laurel Canyon home after spending a morning antique shopping. He also shares how he met David Crosby and Stephen Stills at Joni’s house and the trio would later go on to form their band. He credits all of his musical success to listening to his parents’ advice, to always follow his heart.

Get more from Graham at GrahamNash.com


Trellised Mirror - Home & Family

Ken Wingard takes an oridnary mirror and turns it into a work of art.

Trellised Mirror

Ken Wingard is showing you how to spruce up your mirror by adding a trellis to it. He points out that he loves mirrors and that they can make or break a room. When he started researching trellised mirrors, he noticed they can cost up to $800. The secret when designing the trellis mirror is to use a dry erase pen to mark your design, so that you can easily remove the marks when you place the trellis on the glass.

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Get more from Ken at KennethWingard.com


Passover Dinner - Home & Family

Cookbook author Amelia Saltsman is in the kitchen whipping up braised lamb with crisped artichokes and gremolata.

Passover Cooking

The award-winning cookbook author, Amelia Salesman is in the kitchen preparing a delicious dish of Braised Lamb Shanks with Crisped Artichokes and Gremolata. Amelia explains that Jewish cuisine adapts flavors from all over the world. She also talks about how Passover is a celebration of spring and renewal. The holiday begins this year on April 22nd and ends April 30th and the stories are told through food.

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Get more from Amelia at AmeliaSaltsman.com


Laura San Giacomo Interview

The actress visits Home & Family to talk about her new film, “The Meddler,” which opens in theaters everywhere on April 22nd. As a mother of a 20-year-old son, she and Cristina bond over motherhood. She also opens up about her son having cerebral palsy and her involvement as the founder of CHIME Institute, which is a non-profit organization that believes children everywhere, despite any physical or mental special needs, can obtain a quality education anywhere they go. She also stays busy as a regular on the CBS series, “NCIS.”

Get more information at chimeinstitute.org


Dog Training: Dog Manners - Home & Family

Celebrity dog trainer Joel Silverman is giving you some tips on how to train your dog to avoid common bad behavior.

Dog Training: Manners

Celebrity dog trainer Joel Silverman is back to talk about manners for your dogs. He cites the two most common bad behaviors from dogs are jumping on people and bolting out the door when they have a chance. He tells dog owners to shout “no” in a very assertive manner, so let the dog know you are serious about them not jumping up on you. Correct your dog’s behavior before they do something bad. Using a leash, do a slight pull, to train the dog from constantly trying to bolt out the door.

Get more from Joel at JoelSilverman.net


Taya Kyle Interview

The author of the recent autobiography, “American Wife,” Taya Kyle opens up about her late husband, Chris Kyle, who was killed in February of 2013 at a gun range by a soldier who claimed he was suffering PTSD, a condition that was later revealed he lied about. She also talks about what it was like having Clint Eastwood make a movie about her husband, “American Sniper,” where actor Bradley Cooper played Chris and Sienna Miller portrayed Tara. She now remains involved in the Chris Kyle Frog Foundation, which helps provide interactive experiences for military families to help them stay connected.

Get more information at ChrisKyleFrogFoundation.org


Mother's Day Flowers - Home & Family

Laern the basics when picking out the perfect Mother's Day flower bouquet.

Mother’s Day Arrangements

FTD lead floral designer Andrea Ancel is here to explain what you want to look for when finding the perfect Mother’s Day bouquet. She says you need to examine the color, texture, scale and shape of your bouquet. You don’t want the bouquet to be too busy so you should focus on two major colors and one focal point. Think about the recipient when putting the flowers together and what kind of flowers would make them happy.

Get more information at HallmarkFlowers.com


Hot Pretzels - Home & Family

Dan Kohler is baking up delicious hot pretzels and explains the science behind the snack.

Hot Pretzels

Dan Kohler is in the kitchen explaining the science of pretzels while giving you a recipe on how to make your own at home. He recommends needing the dough for up to five minutes before twisting up and let the dough rest for about an hour. Since you are mixing lye into the water to create the dough, wear gloves and protective eye gear and be very careful.

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Get more from Dan at RenegadeKitchen.com


What Stars are Loving

Debbie Matenopoulos is back to talk about what the stars are currently loving in fashion! Jumpsuits are trending right now because they can be worn both in a professional setting or a casual setting. Lokai bracelets are in right now, which are made by water from Mt. Everest and mud from the dead sea. The bracelet is meant to remind the person wearing it to stay humble and remember their roots. Finally, a Beach People towel, which is a round towel that celebrities are using at the beach, at a picnic or even as a piece of wall art.

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