Erinn Hayes Interview

Erinn Hayes stops by Home & Family to talk about her television series on the Adult Swim network, “Children’s Hospital.” She jokes that her character is a lawyer and therefore has no personal life. The show itself is a show within a show and this is not the first time she acted on a show within a show. In 2005, Erinn starred as Pam Dawber in the “Unauthorized Mork & Mindy” TV movie. When it comes to “Children’s Hospital,” Erinn admits the actors are always cracking each other up and having lots of fun on the set.

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Cristina Cooks

Cristina is back in the kitchen preparing her daughter Alex Thomopoulos’s recipe for Scallops with Blood Orange Gastrique. The base for the meal is a cauliflower puree in a brown butter. Cristina loves the presentation of the dish and says it is not only delicious but beautiful to look at.

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DIY Lace-Up Heels

Orly Shani is showing you how to make your very own lace-up heels using heels, laces and scissors. She points out that some of the hottest trendsetters are wearing lace-up heels today and that this look is here to stay. You can get as creative as you want and even add tassels to the heels! The entire DIY will cost you $1.50 if you already have the heels.

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Daniel Webber Interview

The actor makes his talk show debut to to talk to Mark and Cristina about his new role as Lee Harvey Oswald on Hulu’s “11.22.63,” a series about the fateful day that John F. Kennedy was assassinated. Daniel had two months before shooting to research that moment in history. Daniel also took the time to study and develop the character.

TAPFit Exercise

The founders of TAPFit exercise, Rachel, Fiona and Annie Johnson talk about their hot new workout. The sisters have been tap dancing for 21 years and wanted to create a fun workout incorporating their dance into a fitness routine. The benefit of doing TAPFit is that you can do it at home and can include your family in the fun workout.

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Root Touch-Ups

Debbie Matenopoulos has teamed up with John Frieda salon senior stylist, Giles Robinson to talk about how to touch up those annoying roots in your hair. He recommends the Color Wow Root Cover Up, which is a powder that won’t get sticky in your hair and matches your hair color. The powder won’t disappear in the rain and only washes out when you rinse with shampoo.

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Emergency Care for Children

Physicians Veronica Vasquez and Mizuho Spanger talk to Home & Family about the importance of emergency preparedness for children. The women created first-aid kits for parents at home when their child experiences an ache, sprain, cut, scrape, bite or burn. Each of these kits contain the the go-to tools to treat the child. The main goal is to keep parents organized during the time they may feel the most frazzled. They even have kits for infants who are experiencing teething and gas pain.

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DIY Giant Peep Cake

Tanya Memme pairs up with Dan Kohler to show you how to make a giant Peep cake, using the famous Easter candy. While Tanya is doing the baking, Dan is here to explain the background of the Peep marshmallow candy.

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Social Media Responsibility

Matt Rogers sits down with Home & Family to talk about social media responsibility for your kids. With Matt’s sons on Facebook, Matt monitors who they accept as friends and what they post. Meanwhile, Matt refuses his sons using SnapChat because you cannot monitor kid’s profiles because the the content disappears almost immediately after receiving it.

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Orly Shani sits down to answer some of your questions from Facebook.