Holly Robinson Peete
Holly Robinson Peete stops by Home & Family to talk about the two-hour season finale of Hallmark Channel’s “Meet the Peetes,” which you can catch tonight at 10/9c. She also brings a sneak peek to show fans what they can expect when they tune in. She discusses what it was like being on the set of "Sesame Street."
Pigs in a Blanket Three Ways
Author of “Tiny Hot Dogs,” Mary Giuliani is in the kitchen making a crowd favorite appetizer, pigs in a blanket, showing you how to prepare them three different ways. When done, she pairs the pigs in a blankets with a refreshing basil lemonade.
DIY Reusable Snack Bags
Maria Provenzano is helping you celebrate Earth Day by showing you how to make your own reusable snack bags. When it comes to selecting the fabric, make sure it is 100% cotton because it is the most food safe. Just wash and completely dry the fabric before putting your snacks inside.
Chocolate Zucchini Cake
Author of “Kitchen Matters,” Pamela Salzman is in the kitchen making a delicious dessert that is also nutritious, too! This dessert is a great way to get your kids to eat vegetables without them even knowing it. The entire recipe is completely flour-free, using almond butter instead.
Everyday Eco-Friendly Alternatives
Kym Douglas is introducing you to some of her favorite everyday products that are also eco-friendly. These alternatives are also great because they can help you save money, too!
Author Akbar Gbajabiamila sits down with Cameron and Debbie to talk about his new book, “Everyone Can Be a Ninja,” which will hit bookstands on May 7th. The host of “American Ninja Warrior” also brings a clip from his other competitive series, “American Ninja Warrior Junior,” which you can catch the finale of on Saturday, April 27th at 7/6c. He hopes that people will be inspired by his book and take away the message that once you push through fear, you will find something magical on the other side.
Shirley Bovshow is introducing you to ways to make your own compost for your garden. She explains that compost is a nutrient rich soil conditioner that is best used in your garden during spring and fall. Veggies and yard clippings make great compost, but meats and oils should be absolutely avoided.
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Tails of Hope
Larissa Wohl is joined by Nadira Dietz via FaceTime to talk about her YouTube channel, which helps cats find their forever homes. She also discusses her volunteer work with Tails of Hope and shares how you can help, too.
Adoption Ever After
LOCATION: Akron, OH
RESCUE: Akron Rescue Team
LOCATION: Oakhurst, NJ
RESCUE: Tails of Hope
Choosing a Furniture Style
Ken Wingard is giving you a variety of options to choose from when it comes to selecting a furniture style for your own home renovation.
Reducing Food Waste
Danny Seo of “Naturally, Danny Seo,” stops by Home & Family to discuss how you can reduce your food waste. He introduces you to foods that will never expire, including soy sauce, white rice and honey. An added tip for prolonging the life of produce is wrapping it in newspaper because it absorbs riping gas and prevents the produce from bruising. He jokes that having the same birthday as Earth Day inspired him early on to get involved with helping the environment.