Funnyman Dave Coulier is guest hosting today on Home & Family and is joined by his wife, Melissa and mother-in-law, Cindy. Melissa and Dave talk about are talking about their marriage and how their relationship began with a trip. The comedic also opens up about his Netflix series, “Fuller House.”
Rachel Fong Cooks
YouTube star Rachel Fong is in the Home & Family kitchen preparing festive Easter Egg Petit Fours. She first started her channel, “Kawaii Street World,” when she was 12 and says the key to her success is passion, consistence and having current content.
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Photographer and author Melissa Coulier and her mother, Cindy Bring discuss their love for laundry and other cleaning habits. Together, the two wrote a book together, “Laundry Ladies: The Stain Gain,” which you can purchase online.
DIY Watercolor Fashions
Orly Shani is turning some watercolor into a work of fashionable art using clothing, a cup, sponge a paint brush and of course, water color. Make sure to give yourself some time to let the project dry.
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The actor opens up about his show “The Mick,” which airs Tuesdays at 8:30/7:30c on Fox. He explains that it was a part on a Geico commercial that lead to his dream role on the series. His sister is also an actor and he jokes that the two used to compete for roles when they were first starting out.
The Science of Cutting Boards
Dan Kohler is breaking down the science of cutting boards and explaining which kind would be best for you. Plastic boards should be used to cut meat and poultry and wood boards should be used to cut produce, fruit, bread and cheese.
Get more from Dan at RenegadeKitchen.com
Rob Lake Magic
The magician known as the “Master of Illusion” visits Home & Family to demonstrates some of his famous skills for the audience. He also talks about the time he made an armored truck disappear before 15,000 spectators.
Get more information at RobLake.com
DIY Tiki Hut Dog House
Paige Hemmis has the perfect DIY for pet-owners out there, a tiki hut dog house. She advises you to use bamboo because it is flexible and bends easy.
Get more from Paige at PaigeHemmis.com
Lisa Vigil and Lorraine Alderette of Estolia’s Food Products are both in the kitchen making delicious beef taquitos using a jar of their salsa. When it comes to meat, you can use any kind that is easy to shred.
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