Grammy-winning musician Smokey Robinson stops by Home & Family to talk about his legendary career. This includes sharing photos of himself with Stevie Wonder and Diana Ross. After his interview, Smokey heads to the kitchen to make stuffed chard leaves with rice and beans.
DIY Hot Air Balloon Lightbulb
Orly Shani is taking lightbulbs and electric wire and turning them into a fun and colorful DIY. Just make sure to not use the decorative light bulbs in a sconce when done. Finally, she reminds you to hang it out of reach from children.
Actress Camryn Manheim sits down with Mark and Debbie to talk about her new CBS series, “Living Biblically” which you can catch on Mondays at 9:30/8:30c.
How to Choose an Illuminator
Kym Douglas takes the time to FaceTime with Home & Family viewer Blythe Tyrone-Folsom of Raleigh, North Carolina to talk about face illuminators. She even tests some other favorites out on Home & Family staff.
Milani Illuminating Face Powder
Nyx Born to Glow! Liquid Illuminator
Maybelline Master Strobing Stick
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Buttermilk Fried Chicken with Cheddar Chive Waffles
Chef and Food Network Star finalist David Rose is making mouth-watering buttermilk fried chicken with cheddar chive waffles and pairing the dish with homemade bourbon maple syrup. When you add sugar to the syrup, it gives it an extra-sweet twist to go with the bourbon.
Veterinarian Dr. Nina Nardi is joined by Larissa Wohl to talk about dog influenza. She also encourages dog owners to check out dogflu.com for more information.
DIY Napkin Christmas Tree
Ali Fedtowsky-Manno is taking napkins, a magnetic board, magnets and ribbon and turning them into a holiday decoration: a DIY napkin Christmas tree. In order for this project to work, use crisp ironed napkins or handkerchiefs.
Actor Kellen Lutz visits Home & Family to talk about his new movie, “7 Guardians of the Tomb” which is in theaters now. He is also joined by his wife, Brittany Gonzales Lutz and the two talk about their relationship and wedding.
Lawrence Zarian is giving you some easy fashion fixes to make your life simpler. This includes killing shoe bacteria by placing your shoes in the freezer overnight and adding a few ice cubes or a wet sock will help create steam.