Orly, Debbie, Maria, Shirley, Kym and Mark’s wife Julie each talk about the importance of Mother’s Day and share in their favorite memories.
Blackberry Swirl Marshmallow Gateau
Chef Donal Skehan is in the kitchen preparing a sweet treat of blackberry swirl marshmallow gateau. To make the cake easier for slicing, he recommends freezing it. When done, allow the cake to set for at least one hour or up to 24 hours in the fridge.
DIY Rocking Chair Makeover
Maria Provenzano is showing you how to update your rocking chair by giving it a complete makeover. When it comes to finding wood pieces, Maria recommends going to your local craft store.
Singer/songwriter Coffey Anderson hits the Home & Family stage to perform his song, “Cowboy Style.”
Mother’s Day at Home SPA
Kym Douglas is showing you how to spoil mom this Mother’s Day. This includes making a refreshing lemon-thyme blue berry smoothie and your own bathbombs.
Actress Natalie Martinez visits Home & Family to talk about her show, “The Crossing,” which you can watch Mondays at 9/8c on ABC. The actress also shares stories of her stunt training and also brings video from her fight sessions.
DIY Mommy and Me Cherry Blossom Pants
Orly Shani is helping you and your little one stay in style with these DIY mommy and me cherry blossom pants. All you really need are pants, fabric paint, a small round brush and a flat paint brush.
Faux-Tisserie Chicken with Smashed Potatoes
Chef and author of “The Dude Diet,” Serena Wolf is in the kitchen making a dish she calls “faux-tisserie” chicken and pairing it with delicious smashed potatoes. When done, let the chicken rest of ten minutes before serving.
Growing Aloe Vera
Shirley Bovshow is breaking down what you need to know about the aloe vera plant. This includes cutting the edges of the aloe vera to get to the gel and remember to dry the aloe vera leaf for up to two weeks before cutting it.
Get more from Shirley at EdenMakers.com
How to Show Your Kids You Love Them
Parenting expert Dr. Lori Buadino is giving you some expert advice on how to show your kids you love them. Always be honest when communicating with your children and remember that quality time is more important than quantity.