Catfish Po’ Boys with Avocado Remoulade
Author of “Southern Girl Meets Vegetarian Boy,” chef Damaris Phillips is in the kitchen cooking a southern favorite, catfish po’ boys. She even makes a vegetarian version of the delicious sandwich, substituting the catfish in for raw cashews and navy beans. You can also save calories by using Greek yogurt instead of mayonnaise on the sandwich, as well.
DIY Denim Pencil Case
Artist and aspiring fashion designer Bella Neal is showing you how to make your own pencil cases out of denim. Bella gets honest about her battle with dyslexia and how it has helped her think outside the box with her designs. The best part about this DIY is that if you can’t sew you can always use hot glue.
How Fallen Leaves Can Protect Your Garden
Shirley Bovshow is showing you how fallen leaves can protect your garden with this clever DIY. She takes a tomato cage, insulation material and real leaves and surrounds her plants with them. Make sure you only use dry leaves with the DIY.
Get more from Shirley at EdenMakers.com
Lisa Steele and Chickens
Author of “Let’s Hatch Chicks,” Lisa Steele visits Home & Family to talk about her new book about raising chickens. She even offers up some tips for those at home who are interested in getting chickens. She says you should start with 4-5 chickens, but first, check to see if your town is zoned for chickens. Remember that even though chickens move around, you don’t need that large of space for them to roam around in.
Fitness chef Ashley Walter is in the kitchen showing you how to cut calories and still make a delicious pasta alfredo. Instead of using flour noodles, Ashley recommends using zucchini or squash noodles. If you are lactose-intolerant, Ashley also suggests using dairy-free cheese in this dish.
DIY Candy Corn Soap
Self-described Anne-Marie Faiola is showing you how to make a Halloween-favorite, DIY candy corn soap! After you are done mixing the soap batter, make sure it is completely cool before you mold.
Get more from Anne-Marie at www.BrambleBerry.com
Actor A.J. Buckley visits with Home & Family to talk about his CBS series, “SEAL Team,” which airs Wednesdays at 9/8c. The actor also opens up about his fitness regime, having to bulk up from 135 pounds to 185 pounds for the role. A.J. shares that he and his wife are expecting twins and preparing thier daughter for the role of big sister.
DIY Flower Pot Costume
Paige Hemmis and Shirley Bovshow team up come up with a fun Halloween costume for green thumbs, a DIY flower pot costume.