“Fame” 35th Anniversary Cast Reunion
With “Fame” approaching its 35th anniversary, Debbie Allen, Erica Gimpel, Lee Curreri and Carlo Imperato stop by to talk about their characters in the series. Debbie talks about how the concept of the movie was about pursuing your dreams. The movie would go on to be a successful television series that ran from 1982-87.
Debbie is in the kitchen joined by chef and Food Network host, Geoffrey Zakarian via FaceTime to make the ultimate BLT. He provides you some clever tips to make the sandwich extra-tasty, including adding tomato bits to the bacon before cooking and using fleur de sel sea salt for extra flavor.
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DIY Frayed Hem Jeans
Orly Shani is showing you how to take an ordinary pair of jeans and turn them up a notch by fraying them. All you need are a pair of jeans, seam ripper and an iron. The best part of this DIY is that it won’t cost you a dime! She cautions you to be careful not to rip a hole in the jeans when fraying them.
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Lawn and Garden Hacks
Matt Iseman is outside giving you some lawn and garden hacks to make your life easier. Ideas include sprinkling coffee grounds in your garden to keep the critters away and repurposing your wine bottles to serve as water containers.
Actress, author and animal advocate Carolyn Hennesy sits down with Mark and Debbie to talk about her recurring role on “General Hospital,” where she plays defense attorney, Diane Miller. Aside from acting, Carolyn also practices trapeze art and has her own YouTube channel where she shares her favorite products.
Make sure you visit Carolyn at www.CarolynHennesy.com.
Cool Camping Products
Matt Rogers is introducing you to the hottest in camping products just in time for the summer season!
Cookbook author Nguyen Tran is preparing mouth-watering garlic noodles. He explains that you should shock cooked noodles in an ice bath to get rid of starch and keep them smooth. When you are done, use tongs to twist noodles for plate presentation.
DIY Water Blobs
Ken Wingard is making his own water blobs using plastic sheeting, an iron, parchment paper, a hose and duct tape. You can find plastic sheeting at your local hardware store. For an added personal touch, you can add food coloring to the water. The total cost of this project is $10.
Get more from Ken at KennethWingard.com
Science of Mold
Dan Kohler is in the kitchen breaking down the science of mold, including which foods to throw away if you spot mold and which produce you can save. As always, Dan advises you to carefully inspect your food before purchasing.
Get more from Dan at RenegadeKitchen.com