The actress Tracey Gold visits Home & Family to talk about her career, including her iconic role on “Growing Pains”, which she was on from 1985-1992. She also opens up about the death of her on-screen father Alan Thicke. After her interview, Tracey makes a summertime favorite, cherry pie filling cake! You can now catch Tracey in "Battle of the Network Stars."
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Perfect Nail Color for Your Skin Tone
Kym Douglas is giving you some tips on how to select the perfect nail color for your skin tone.
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DIY Postcard Wallets
Orly Shani is taking old postcards, packing tape and scissors and turning into a work of art as a DIY postcard wallet. You can laminate your postcard at a local copy shop, like Kinkos. The entire cost of this DIY is only three dollars.
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Six-time Grammy award-winning BeBe Winans talks about his iconic career, which includes working with the late Whitney Houston, who he called “family.” Today, Bebe has turned his life into a musical, “Born for This,” where Bebe’s niece and nephew place him and and his sister, CeCe.
Preparing for Baby
Mark and Julie’s baby will soon be here soon, so Mark turns to the family members for parenting tips.
Seared Salmon with Mustard Lentils
Food and lifestyle influencer Theodore Leaf is in the kitchen preparing a delicious seared salmon with mustard lentils. He talks about how he was a celebrity stylist for “Glamour Magazine” and decided for a career change and attend culinary school. Today, Theodore also teaches cooking classes at Sur La Table in Los Angeles.
Sarah Stage is offering you up her 30 Day Fitness Guide, which helped her after she gave birth to her child.
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Natural Ways to Heal Sun Damaged Skin
Sophie Uliano is giving you some helpful advice for helping your sun damaged skin. She even provides you her own recipe for reversal vitamin C serum, by taking 1 tablespoon of L-Asorbic Acid with water and aloe and putting it on your face every other day.
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