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Tuesday, September 22nd, 2015

Skyler Samuels Interview

The actress stops by Home & Family to talk about her new “funny, scary” show, “Scream Queens,” which premieres tonight on Fox! Skyler admits that she is easily frightened, so it is ironic she is on this scary show and co-starring with the ultimate scream queen, Jamie Lee Curtis. Aside from acting, Skyler is also working on a double-major at Stanford University.

Follow Skyler on Twitter @SkylerSamuels



Cristina Cooks!

Cristina is back in the kitchen and this time baking a Pomegranate Sweet Tart. Pomegranates are one of the healthiest foods you can eat, filled with antioxidant power and can help reduce the risk of breast cancer, high blood pressure, and Alzheimer’s Disease. You can also place the pomegranate seeds on cheese, ice cream and salads! To top it off, she makes Pomegranate Margaritas for the family!

Get the Recipe for the Pomegranate Sweet Tart >>

Get the Recipe for Pomegranate Margaritas >>

Get the Recipe for a Pomegranate Jeweled Cheeseball >>

Get the Recipe for Butter Lettuce Salad >>

Check out more recipes at the Home & Family Pinterest Page

Get more from Cristina at CristinaFerrareCooks.com



Glam Up Travel

Kym Douglas is here to give you a list of must-have items that will help glam up your travel plans. She demonstrates how to ride a Flyyboard Hover Board, shows off a Solar Charger that is compatible with smart phones, GPS devices and cameras and is also rain resistant.

Get more from Kym at KymDouglas.com


Do You Know Your Heart Age?

Dr. John M. Kennedy visits Home & Family to talk about the difference between your real age and your heart age. He points out that heart disease is the number one killer in America. He recommends consuming more vegetables, moving more and relaxing will help reduce your risk for heart disease. He ends up telling each of the family members what their heart age is compared to their real age. Check out John's book, "The Heart Bible."

Get more information at HeartAge.Me



Miss America Interview

Miss America Betty Cantrell talks to Mark and Cristina about her recent crowning moment. She says the experience is so surreal for her and still can’t believe she won. Her talent was opera singing, a talent she took on at childhood. She admits the most challenging course of the pageant was the question and answer portion, especially when she had to address the “deflategate scandal.”



All About Rice

Dan Kohler is in the kitchen talking about varieties of rice. He reminds the family that rice is technically a grain and is the third highest crop production in the world. Rice grows like a tall, willowy grass. He breaks down the four most popular grains of rice: Indica, Basmati, Glutions and Japonica.

Get more from Dan at RenegadeKitchen.com



The Emmys Recap

Debbie Matenopoulos recaps this year’s Emmy Awards and shows the audience all the work that goes into interviewing on the red carpet. When it comes to best dressed, Debbie thinks Allison Janney, Sarah Hyland and Laura Prepon looked the best on the red carpet but her all-time favorite was Heidi Klum.

Follow Debbie on Twitter @IAmDebbieM



Nutro’s Farm’s Harvest Dog Food

Laura Nativo stops by with a three-month old lab mix, Uno, who is currently available for adoption. Laura uses Nutro’s Farm’s Harvest Dog Food to keep him healthy. The food is made with healthy vegetables and lean meats to keep him energized. Mark says he uses Nutro’s Farm’s Harvest Dog Food to feed his own dog Fred, at home.

Get more information at Nutro.com/Natural-Dog-Food/Nutro/Farms-Harvest.aspx

Check out more from Laura at Facebook.com/LauraNativoFans


Pool Noodle Playhouse

Matt Rogers is joined by his two sons, Mason and Brayden to show to show you how to make a Pool Noodle Playhouse, which bonded the guys. Mark says it is a cool version of a fort. You can easily get the pool noodles from the 99 cent store and all you need is duct tape and a sheet and then you have your playhouse!

Get the Instructions >>

Check out more DIY projects at the Home & Family Pinterest Page

Get more from Matt at MattRogersUSA.com



DIY Can Makeup Organizer

Tanya Memme shows you a smart way to recycle, reuse and repurpose things around you house to make a DIY Can Makeup Organizer. She encourages you to get creative and find different sizes of cans. This entire DIY will cost you less than $20!

Get the Instructions >>

Check out more DIY projects at the Home & Family Pinterest Page

Get more from Tanya at TanyaMemme.com