Garry Marshall Interview
Iconic producer, writer and director Garry Marshall visits Home & Family to talk about his career. Matt and Cristina show a montage of clips from some of his most famous television shows and also a scene from “Pretty Woman.” Garry shares memories from the days of “Laverne and Shirley” when he cast his sister Penny Marshall for the role of Laverne. He also shares the original ending for “Pretty Woman” which was quite dark, which of course was changed ultimately to become a happy ending. He discusses his new feature film “Mother’s Day” which is in theaters now, and shares a clip from the movie with the audience.
BBQ Ribeye Steaks
Matt Iseman is on the show to demonstrate his barbecue skills by preparing Spice Rubbed Grilled Rib-Eye Steak. Matt confides this is his favorite cut of meat because it has the most fat, and thus the most flavor. To prep, first let the meat come to room temperature for at least thirty minutes. Next, coat the meat lightly with olive oil and rub in the spice mixture which includes a surprising ingredient - espresso. Cook the steak for about a total of eight minutes for medium rare- the key is to rotate it on the grill every couple of minutes for varying grill marks.
Recipe from Korean Food Made Simple © 2016 by Judy Joo. Reproduced by permission of Houghton Mifflin Harcourt. All rights reserved.
You can follow Matt on Twitter @MattIseman
DIY Educational Fabric Game
Dream Jobbing Finalist Katie Allen from Dearborn Michigan is ready to demonstrate a fun and educational how-to for the kids! She joins Matt and Cristina and talks about her experience as a crafter and preschool teacher. She loves creating items from scratch and shares photos of her crafting room at home. She explains that this game keeps kids entertained and learning.
Materials include felt, bonding glue and themed fabrics.
More DIY fun from Katie is available at TheGratefulRiver.com
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Scottie Thompson Interview
Actress Scottie Thompson joins Matt Iseman and Cristina to talk about her show “12 Monkeys” which airs Mondays at 9/8c on the SyFy network. She first talks about the premise of the show which is based around time travel. She plays the character of the mysterious Vivian Rutledge, who is a member of the army of the 12 monkeys. Her character travels from 2044 back to 1944 and is studying the societal norms and behaviors of that time. She shares a clip from an episode. Next Scottie describes the time she and other volunteers spent building a school in a village of Nepal through an organization called “Build On.” The actress has always been drawn to India, and enjoyed her time working on such a meaningful project.
Know Your Elemental Personality Type
Dr. Mao Shing Ni stops by to talk about a unique way of determining personalities - via the elements! This ancient Chinese personality system helps people improve health and relationships by identifying their true nature. Dr. Mao describes the different elements, wood, fired, earth, metal and water, and what they mean. Matt is the Wood Type and Dr. Mao uses acupuncture on his feet and head to help address some of Matt’s stiffness and sinus issues and explains that acupuncture can help with inflammation and immunity. He then works with Kym who is a fire type and can get a bit scattered!
Beauty Hacks with a Spoon
Kym Douglas is back with inventive ways to use a spoon during your beauty routine! First, Kym demonstrates how to use a spoon to create natural looking contouring. Next, with mascara she shows how to lay the spoon along the eyelid and apply the mascara so that it does not get brushed onto your eyelid! Finally, she shows how to use the spoon as an edge to shape brows with liner.
Get more fun tips by following Kym on Twitter
Mom’s BBQ Chicken
Chef and author Judy Joo from Cooking Channel’s “Korean Food Made Simple” drops by to share a recipe for “Umma’s Dak Gogi” or Mom’s BBQ Chicken. Judy shares how she grew up in a very food-centric culture, and wound up leaving her finance career to pursue her dreams of becoming a chef. The dish uses chicken thighs and Korean aromatics like toasted sesame seeds and oil, garlic, and ginger. Her special ingredient is “Gochujang” which is chili paste. The family members enjoy the flavorful dish!
Get more great recipes at JudyJoo.com
DIY Chillin and Grillin Sign and Cooler
Paige is on hand to show off a fun DIY for the grilling season. This clever how-to visually connects a grilling tools station with a cooler at the bottom! Paige uses six 1x4 pine boards along with other simple hardware that you can find at your local store, and a galvanized tub at the bottom to keep drinks cold.
You can get more great ideas from Paige at PaigeHemmis.com
Products Every New Mom Needs
Mommy Lifestyle Expert Kristin Smith has a bevy of helpful products to show off for new moms. Items include:
Summer Infant Pacifier Thermometer - $10 at Amazon.com
Blooming Bath $39.99 at BloomingBath.com
Squirt Spoon - $9.99 Booninc.com
Get more info from Kristin at GoodMorningMomBlog.Blogspot.com