Adoption Ever After – Basil and Parsley
Meet Basil and Parsley, a brother and sister kitten duo who are about 14 months old. Both are sweet, curious and love to snuggle.
Find out more about Basil and Parsley and other adoptable cats at facebook.com/elgatovillarescue
Sweet and Spicy Chicken with Peach Salsa
Author of “Food You Want” Nealy Fischer stops by to make a delicious sweet and spicy summer chicken dinner that everyone will love. To give it that cooked in the grill or smoker taste and look, Nealy suggests cooking the chicken in the oven’s broiler setting under careful watch so it doesn’t burn.
DIY Seashell Wall Hang
Maria Provenzano shows you how to turn your seashell souvenirs from a day at the beach into a beautiful wall hang. Maria recommends using a tile drill bit for best results for drilling into the seashells as well as on top of a piece of wood to help you indicate that you drilled right through.
Nigel Lythgoe “So You Think You Can Dance”
Judge and executive producer of “So You Think You Can Dance” Nigel Lythgoe stops by to talk about the upcoming 16th season of the show. He describes the organization American Dance movement, which opens up ways to communicate through dancing for kids with Autism, Parkinson’s, Down Syndrome and drug rehabilitation including helping those that assist these kids. He also discusses working with dancing legends Gene Kelly and Cyd Charisse early on in his career. “So You Think You Can Dance” airs Mondays at 9pm/8c on FOX.
Cute Summer Snacks
Ali Fedotowsky-Manno shows you how to make super cute and adorable snacks that are easy to make with the kids. The snacks include marshmallow fish pops, piña colada pie cups, and peanut butter sandwich cookie sandals.
Courtney Hansen “The Ride that Got Away”
Host and executive producer of the hit car show “The Ride that Got Away” Courtney Hansen stops by. She discusses getting her five year old interested cars the way she was when she was a child herself. She also opens up about her dad’s career as a SCCA racing and the various career options women have in the automotive space. Finally, she gives you some tips on car maintenance before hitting the road during the summer. “The Ride that Got Away” is now streaming on History on Demand.
Summer car maintenance tips:
1. Make sure your tires are at the right inflation pressure for better fuel economy.
2. Change your oil every six months.
3. Make sure all your car’s fluids are topped off and in good condition.
4. You should always have an emergency kit with all the essentials you need in case your car breaks down.
Adoption Ever After – Socks & Rocket
Meet Socks & Rocket, a one-year-old brother and sister kitty duo. They’re both blind and are tripods, the latter due to both getting an amputation after being born with a genetic fusion of the bone in the back leg. They get around just like other cats and are a bonded pair that navigate and love to snuggle with each other.
Chocolate Cupcake Cake
Chef Toya Boudy makes a super delicious chocolate cream cheese cupcake cake with candy bar topping and homemade caramel. For this recipe you can use whatever cake mix you prefer, whether from the box or from scratch. To make the caramel, you boil condensed, canned milk for three hours.
Lengthen your Lashes
Kym Douglas shows you how to get natural luscious lashes. Part of getting gorgeous lashes is having a good eye lash curler with silicone and not rubber which will be easier to clean and last longer. She recommends cleaning your curler with a makeup wipe in between uses and curl your lashes before applying mascara. You can use a spoolie wrapped with some cotton ball to make your lashes appear thicker and more full.
Saul Isler the 85 Year-Old College Grad
Author, draftsman, and college graduate Saul Isler talks about it never being too late to follow your dreams. He discusses reinventing himself many times throughout his life with careers working for an ad agency, writing for a magazine, and writing novels. He finally returned back to school and graduated at the age of 85.
Find out more at facebook.com/saul.isler
DIY Christmas Clocks
Paige Hemmis has a very fun way to dress up your clocks for counting down to Santa. This DIY is simple to do and requires taking apart the stuffed animal, sewing together the open ends, and gluing the pieces onto the clock.
Director of Marketing for Savings.com, Sara Korab shows you how to find the best deals of the season for back to school. She discusses deals, coupons and promo codes at Savings.com for clothing, school supplies, and text books rentals and for websites like Old Navy, Office Max, Nordstrom Rack, and Chegg Books.
Find out more at savings.com/backtoschool