Sherri Saum Interview
Actress Sherri Saum visits Home & Family to talk about her ABC Family television series, “The Fosters.” The actress admits that three years later, the show’s opening still gets her emotional because it is about love and home. In real life, Sherri is staying busy raising toddler twins in her house, which has challenged her because she now has to be on a schedule every day. She credits her husband to helping her balance family and career.
Don't miss Sherri on "The Fosters," Mondays, 8/7c on ABC Family
Kym Douglas is in the kitchen showing Home & Family some helpful and quick shortcuts when it comes to snacks and desserts! She uses a personal chip bag to make tacos on the go, freezes cookies and milk in an ice tray for the perfect sleepover sweet treat, she freezes coffee in an ice cube tray for iced coffee and decorate a store-bought cake using a cookie cutter and sprinkles.
Get more from Kym at KymDouglas.com
Wedding Registry and Programs
Paige Hemmis is joined by Debbie Matenopoulos to talk about wedding registries and programs. Paige’s own wedding is two weeks away and Debbie explains that this is the biggest red carpet event of her life. Paige’s goal is to make all of visiting guests from Australia feel very Hollywood, which is why the program is important to her. The program includes photos, a pop quiz and features about her and Jason! Paige also registers for her wedding at more than one store, but not more than three and has done a charity registry, as well as a honeymoon one!
Don't miss Paige and Jason's wedding on Hallmark Channel, June 22nd, 8/7c!
Honeymoon Fund Registries:
Home Down Payment Registry:
Gift Card Registry:
Charitable Donation Registry:
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Gbenga Akinnagbe Interview
Gbenga sits down with Mark and Cristina to talk about his new film, “Knucklehead.” Before starring in this film, the actor could be seen in such television hits as “The Good Wife,” “24,” “Nurse Jackie” and “The Wire.” Gbenga reveals that he was homeless as a baby and child and had behavioral problems in school. He would later excel in wrestling, which earned him a college scholarship. Later on, it was his father’s death that propelled him into acting. In “Knucklehead,” Gbenga takes on the role of a man with learning disabilities. The actor has also founded the lifestyle brand, “Liberated People.” Earlier, Gbenga played the game "Head's Up" with the rest of the Home & Family gang!
Get more information on Gbenga's film at Knuckleheadfilm.com
Check out Gbenga's lifestyle brand at WeAreLiberated.com
Get a full list the Head's Up game activities >>
Fashions For Your 30’s, 40’s and 50’s
Debbie Matenopoulos is here to talk fashion for any age. When it comes to fashion in your 30’s, you should experiment with your look, a great on-the-go dress is a perfect start! Fashion for your 40’s includes a more tailored look that can be both sophisticated and casual. For your 50’s, your look should be about comfort and elegance.
Check out fashionable suggestions at Bailey44.com
Follow Debbie on Twitter @IAmDebbieM
Lemongrass Chicken SaladChef Katie Chin joins Cristina in the kitchen to cook a Lemongrass Chicken Salad. The chef says it was a trip to Thailand that drove her passion for Thai cuisine. Lemongrass helps flush toxins out of the body and has antibacterial properties. Katie also recommends that the chicken should be marinated overnight to make it most flavorful.
Check out more delicious recipes at the Home & Family Pinterest Page
Check out Katie's book "Everyday Thai Cooking" at Amazon.com
Kurt the Cyber Guy
Kurt the Cyber Guy is back to show you some helpful apps that will alert you of extreme weather. Kurt explains that Red Cross has an app to teach you how to prepare for a storm and what to do after a storm. He also has a long list of other apps to help you out.
Get a Full List of Suggested Extreme Weather Apps >>
Check out more from Kurt at CyberGuy.com, follow him on Twitter @CyberGuy.
Check out more details on the suggested apps here >>
Bejeweled Garden Fence
Daniel Kucan is in the Home & Family backyard to show you how to add some pizazz to your fence by bejeweling it. Daniel explains that the process is very easy and all the tools you need can by found at your local hardware store. The entire DIY will cost you under $75!
Check out more DIY projects at the Home & Family Pinterest Page
Get more from Daniel at MortiseTenon.com
Summer Moving Tips
Consumer Reporter Jeanette Pavini discusses the many options a person has when it comes to long distance moving. It all depends on how much money you want to spend. Jeanette has some clever ways to cut the costs when it comes to the actual big move!
Get a Full List of the Moving Tips >>
Follow Jeanette on Twitter @JeanettePavini