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Wednesday, April 6th, 2016

Iliza Shlesinger Interview

The comedian visits Home & Family to talk about the show she hosts, “Separation Anxiety” which airs Tuesdays at 10/9c on TBS. The concept of the show is testing couples on how well they knew each other. When she is not working on her show, Iliza is also a touring comedian! She shares her story of entertaining the troops in the Middle East and Asia on an USO tour after being invited to perform by the now-retired, General Martin Dempsey. She was especially touched to entertain the US Military and to thank them for their service. During the interview, she is joined by her dog Blanche, who has a huge Instagram following.

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Trejo’s Tacos

Actor Danny Trejo is in the kitchen preparing Lettuce Wrapped Fried Chicken Tacos from his Los Angeles restaurant, Trejo’s Tacos. The idea of opening a restaurant was inspired by his mother and her cooking while he was growing up. Danny points out that his menu caters to everybody’s dietary restrictions. Cristina jokes that even though Danny has an on-screen tough guy persona, he is a true sweetheart in real life.

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DIY Shadow Puppet Theater

Ken Wingard has a fun DIY that kids will love, a Shadow Puppet Theater. He shares a video of his children enjoying the project once it is complete. He also points out that the entire DIY will cost you only eight dollars, and can be even cheaper if you have the materials around your house. Kids will also love to help participate with this DIY, making it a fun project for the family to do together.

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Get more from Ken at KennethWingard.com


Jordan Smith Performs

The winner of season 9’s “The Voice,” Jordan Smith sits down with Mark and Cristina to talk about his time on the show and what it was like having Adam Levine as his coach on the singing competition show. He reveals that Adam helped him out with his self-confidence about his high-pitched voice. His blind audition has had over 33 million views on YouTube. Jordan has a brand new album, “Something Beautiful” which is currently number one on the charts. He performs the song “Stand in the Light” for the audience and even comes back later to perform a second song.

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Bre Blair Interview

Actress Bre Blair talks to Mark and Cristina about her new NBC series, “Game of Silence,” which premieres April 12th at 10/9c. She was first drawn to the strong script and her complex character. She brings a tense and dramatic highlight for Home & Family to watch. In real life, she says that the cast all have wonderful chemistry and the bond between all the actors is extremely strong.


This or That Make-Up Test

Kym Douglas and Debbie Matenopoulos team up to bring you the latest in make-up tips that you will want to try at home. When it comes to matte eyeshadow and cream eyeshadow, use your preference. Meanwhile, strong cheekbones should apply make-up to apples of cheeks to soften your features. Applying make-up to cheekbones will contour and define a rounder face. Finally, mix and layer lipsticks that flatter your skin tone.

Get more from Kym at KymDouglas.com

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Benefits of Souping

Nutritionist Marlyn Diaz is in the kitchen talking about soups and what ingredients you can add to your dishes for health benefits. Blended soups provide hydrochloric acid that aids in digestion. She also encourages you to use sulfur-rich vegetables and garlic, which helps support liver health. Finally, souping is an easy way to consume vegetables and provides protein and fiber. She makes her delicious creamy carrot-ginger soup for everybody to enjoy.

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DIY Dr. Seuss Truffula Tree Lamp

Tanya Memme is back in the craft room making a fun DIY that kids will love in their room, a Dr. Seuss Truffula Lamp! She recommends finding a lamp kit on Amazon or any home goods store and follow the instructions, even though they may look confusing. Decorate your lampshade with fun feathered boas for added flair. This entire DIY will cost you $35, as opposed to over $300 if you bought it in a store.

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Get more from Tanya at TanyaMemme.com