Today on Home & Family
Wednesday, August 13th, 2014 (Original air date: Wednesday, March 26th, 2014)
Our dear friend Kevin Sorbo returns to "Home & Family" to talk about the early success of his film "God's Not Dead." In the faith-based movie, Kevin plays an atheist college professor challenged by a student who sets out to prove God is alive. A proponent for family-friendly fare, the actor reveals that he just sold a pilot to Hallmark Channel.
"God's Not Dead" is available now on DVD, Blu-Ray Combo, and Digital HD.
Fabio Viviani Cooks Halibut with Spinach, Oranges, & Pistachios
While teaching us a fancy way to peel blood oranges, Fabio Viviani tells us a funny story of a record-breaking food fight involving the fruit. Then, he quickly cooks halibut to perfection and adds the spinach, orange, and pistachio salad on top of the fish.
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Fabio's new cookbook, "Fabio's Italian Kitchen," is available at www.amazon.com. For more information on the chef and to subscribe to his newsletter, "Fabio's Kitchen Academy," go to www.fabioviviani.com.
DIY Fringe Bags with Jessie Jane
Jessie Jane is tracking the resurgence of fringe. The style has been reborn and is popping up on everything. Today, Jessie teaches us an affordable way to glue fringe onto to purses with inexpensive fabric.
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For more with Jessie Jane, visit lilyshop.com and Facebook.
Anti-Aging Beauty Products with Kym Douglas
Do you wonder how celebrities like Gwyneth Paltrow and Eva Longoria maintain such a youthful look? Kym Douglas has the answer! Hollywood's hottest new trend in anti-aging is snake venom. The venom paralyzes your face as an alternate to Botox injections and facelifts. Kym also shows us how to treat the skin under our eyes with collagen containing Vitamins E and C.
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Get additional tips from lifestyle and beauty expert Kym Douglas at KymDouglas.com. Follow her on Twitter @KymDouglas and like her on Facebook.
Caring For & Repurposing Easter Plants with Anne-Marie Johnson
Actress, comedian, and gardening enthusiast Anne-Marie Johnson flexes her green thumb to tell us how to properly care for Easter flowers. The most popular flowers of the spring season are tulips, daffodils, and calla lillies. She teaches us how to extend the life of potted lillies, use mulch to keep moisture and warmth in, and plant a bulb.
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"Murder in the First" airs Mondays at 10/9c on TNT.
Bright & Spicy Chicken with Mango Salsa
As a healthier alternate to extra virgin olive oil, Cristina prefers to use Mazola Corn Oil when making this spicy chicken recipe. She suggests marinating the cutlets for at least two hours, but preferably overnight, in the refrigerator. She adds some kick with a colorful red and yellow salsa full of antioxidants. Then, Cristina slices the chicken against the grain and puts the salsa on top.
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Click here to get your copy of Cristina's cookbook, "Big Bowl of Love." Get additional recipes from Cristina at www.cristinaferrarecooks.com.
Quarterback Guru Steve Clarkson
Ready, set, hike! Quarterback Guru Steve Clarkson tells us why he began hosting clinics for aspiring quarterbacks and how he is breeding the next crop of football's leading men. Confident in his longtime staff, Steve also firmly believes the roles mothers play in the training. Young quarterback Ryan Stevens and his mom Karen Stevens join us to share their experience with the program and to address safety concerns of the sport.
Learn more at steveclarksondreammaker.com.
George Kotsiopoulos remarks on the controversy "Fashion Police" co-host Joan Rivers' unfiltered comedy and antics provoke, particularly criticism Jennifer Lawrence has expressed. George also explains his approach to fashion commentary and his perception of celebrities' reactions to the popular show.
"Fashion Police" airs Fridays at 9/8c on E!
His book, "Glamorous By George," is available in bookstores nationwide. Follow him on Twitter @georgekotsi.
Check-In with Food Babe Vani Hari & Megan Lawson
After completely eliminating processed foods from her diet two weeks ago, "Home & Family" producer Megan Lawson is already reaping the benefits and sleeping better. Blogger and founder of foodbabe.com Vani Hari joins us via Skype to explain why Megan has this newfound bundle of energy by eating plant-based foods. Then, Megan shares some of her new favorite recipes.
Follow Megan Lawson on Twitter and Instagram @megunprocessed.
Check out Vani Hari's site, foodbabe.com.
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