“Botched” Interview

Doctors Terry Dubrow and Paul Nassif visit Home & Family to talk about their new reality show on E! “Botched.” The show reveals the dangers of bad plastic surgery, including a story of a woman who had concrete cement pumped into her face. The two doctors even answer a few social media questions. They advise anybody with diabetes to avoid plastic surgery and to use caution with Botox because that can result in droopy eyelids. Both men don’t steer away from plastic surgery themselves!

Don't miss "Botched" on E!, premiering April 14th, 9/8c

Caramelized Banana Pudding with Vanilla Wafers - Home & Family

Caramelized Banana Pudding with Vanilla Wafers

Chef Tanya Holland is in the kitchen to cook up the sweet treat Caramelized Banana Pudding with Vanilla Wafers. Tanya says this dish was inspired by her father’s love of banana pudding and she learned to make everything from scratch. Tanya even has a key to the city of Oakland for all that she and her restaurant Brown Sugar Kitchen have done for the community.

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Paige & Jason's Wedding - DIY Flower Chandelier

DIY Flower Chandelier

Bride-to-be Paige Hemmis checks out Ken as he creates a DIY Wedding Chandelier for her wedding. Ken says you can find a chandelier at a yard sale or flea market if you really want to save money. He advises that you should place the cascading greenery first and prepare the flowers before you attach them as a way to save time. Paige is absolutely in love with the final product. Don't miss Paige and Jason's wedding on the Hallmark Channel, June 22nd, 8/7c

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“Clean House” Reunion

Home & Family host a “Clean House” reunion featuring the show’s hosts Niecy Nash, Matt Iseman, Mark Brunetz and Trish Suhr. By the end of the series, the show did almost three thousand makeovers! The show ran from 2003-2011 and won a Daytime Emmy in 2010. The cast open up about some of their most memorable makeovers, including one woman they nicknamed the “Dragon Lady” based on her inability to never be happy with any of the team’s changes to her house.

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Foods with Omega 3 Fatty Acids - Home & Family

Foods with Omega 3’s

Sophie joins Cristina in the kitchen to discuss the importance of Omega 3’s. She says that they are important because they can combat cardiovascular disease, help with depression and help prevent arthritis. Fish isn’t the only food you can get your Omega 3’s, too. You can also get Omega 3 fatty acids from flax seed oil, chia seeds, sardines and wild salmon!

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DIY Face Coasters - Home & Family

DIY Face Coasters
Tanya Memme shows you how to make fun DIY face coasters. You make the coasters custom to any size, making them even more fun. Make sure you use water proofing Mod Podge because coasters tend to get wet when you use them to hold your drinks.

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Makeover Monday

Debbie is back with Makeover Monday and today's Dina Kimmel. It was her two coworkers Dana and Melika at We Rock the Spectrum who nominated Dina for the makeover.
A special thank you to the Glam Squad:

Makeup Artist, Jojo McCarthy @makeupjojo

Hairstylist, Matt Cucolo @Matthew1984_

Stylist, Salvador Camarena @StylistSalvador

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Dinner courtesy of Fabio Viviani's Cafe Firenze, Moorpark, CA