Actress Laura Haddock visits Home & Family to talk about her new movie, “Transformers: The Last Knight,” which is in playing in theaters nationwide. Laura had just had a baby when she auditioned and she reveals that her husband and baby visited her everyday while on set.
Blue Ribbon Zucchini Bread
Blue Ribbon winner and author of “The Road to Blue Ribbon Baking,” Marjorie Johnson is back and today she is baking her award-winning zucchini bread. She explains that this is a “quick bread,” which means it doesn’t need a lot of time to rise. She later takes questions from social media.
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“America’s Got Talent” contestant and dancing prodigy Merrick Hana stops by Home & Family and talks about his love for dancing and how it was his 80-year-old grandmother who inspired him to pursue his passion. His grandma is also an active dancer and surprises Merrick with a visit via FaceTime!
Paige Hemmis is showing you how to host a glamorous camping experience for your birthday. She points out that the key to a successful birthday party is to make sure all your guests feel special and are having fun.
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Adrienne C. Moore
Actress Adrienne C. Moore sits down with Mark and Debbie to talk about her Netflix series, “Orange is the New Black. She opens up about the similarities between she and her character, citing the biggest: they are both crazy for candy!
Animal behaviorist, Kyle Kittleson visits Home & Family to explain how pet owners can deal with dog’s anxiety. He provides a few tips including ignoring your dogs when you come home, until they calm down. He also suggest leaving your house and returning your house, demonstrating cool and collective behavior around your dog.
Sizzling Summer Shorts
Lawrence Zarian introduces you to the hottest looks when it comes to summer shorts.
Natural Foods cooking instructor Pamela Salzman is in the kitchen grilling up some halibut fillets and turning them into burgers. She even shows you how to make your own mouth-watering tartar sauce to accompany the burgers.
DIY Window Pane Seating Chart
Ken Wingard is making a window pane seating chart using a window pane, hinges, screw driver, screws and paint pen. Before purchasing the window pane, consider the size of your guest list. The total cost of this DIY projects is $75, compared to $300 if you bought it in a retail store.