The Olympic medalist Apollo Ohno stops by to talk about being the host of NBC’s new series, “Spartan: Ultimate Team Challenge,” where premieres tonight at 10/9c on Monday. The athlete also talks about his childhood and growing up with a single dad in Seattle.
Kelley’s Lemon Bars
The semi-finalists have been selected for this year’s Home & Family Home Cook Contest and today Kelley Wolf is in the kitchen making her famous lemon bars. She recommends using Meyer lemons to help cut the bite.
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The actress Isabela Moner sits down with Home & Family to talk about her movie, “Transformers: The Last Night,” which premieres June 21st. She even opens up about meeting legendary actor, Sir Anthony Hopkins. The teenager is currently planning on celebrating her 16h birthday in Peru.
DIY Ceiling Tiles
Paige Hemmis adding some flair to your home decor by showing you how to make your own ceiling tiles. She suggests looking for the tiles at your coal hardware store or even search online. Just remember that once you complete this DIY, the tiles are pretty permanent.
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Kym Douglas is introducing you to the some the hottest beauty products that will leave you feeling like royalty.
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Author and former chef to British Royal Family Carolyn Robb is in the kitchen preparing chocolate biscuit cake. While she is baking, she also talks about her cook, “The Royal Touch” and what it was like working for Prince Charles and Princess Diana.
5-time Olympic medalist and author Sanya Richards-Ross visits Home & Family to talk about “Chasing Grace” and brings a clip for the audience to watch. She also opens up about emotional Olympic win in London and reveals she is expecting her first child with husband, Aaron Ross.
Lawrence Zarian is hosting a fashion show featuring pajama-inspired clothes, which are not only comfortable, but also stylish!
Family Name Plate
Ken Wingard is getting ready for Father’s Day with this touching and personal DIY, a name plate. He recommends using AncestoryDNA to discover your family name and get as creative as you want with the embellishments.
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Etiquette expert Diane Gottsman is getting you ready for wedding season by tracking you the latest in wedding etiquette.