Haylie Duff is in the kitchen making delicious jackfruit tacos. She also shares that you can toast jackfruit seeds for a healthy snack. She pairs the tacos with homemade pickled onions.
DIY Beach/Picnic Umbrellas
Orly Shani is helping you protect yourself from the sun with these colorful DIYs, a donut and beach designed umbrellas. For the beach print, buy an umbrella in a natural tan color so you already have your “sand” print, using spray paint to add the rest of the colors. For the donut design, she uses brush strokes to paint the umbrella pink for its frosting and then uses a sponge to paint on the sprinkles.
Author and doula, Lori Bregman sits down with the family members to discuss her book, “Mamaste.” A doula supports a mother through birth. She goes on to break down the five expressions of motherhood: action, flow, vulnerable, free and rebel. Orly, Debbie, and Ali each share what expression they were during their pregnancies.
Skirting Around Spring and Summer
Lawrence Zarian is introducing you to the hottest skirt trends to style your transition from spring to summer! The skirts featured today are described as fresh and youthful.
LOOK #1: Pleated Skirt
• Topshop Tan Camisole: $35.00
• Topshop Creme Shirt Jacket: $75.00
• Topshop Muted Multi Colored Pleated Midi Skirt: $75.00
• Steve Madden Blush Leather Nude Sandal: $90.00
LOOK #2: A-Line Skirt
• Anthropologie Moss Pullover Sheer Sweater: $70.00 www.anthropologie.com
• Anthropologie White Full A-Line Eyelet Maxi Skirt: $140.00 www.anthropologie.com
• Anthropologie Rose Floral Silk Scarf: $38.00 www.anthropologie.com
• Anthropologie Moss Reversible Tote: $88.00 www.anthropologie.com
• Caslon Taupe Suede Espadrille Sandal: $80.00 www.nordstom.com
LOOK #3: PENCIL SKIRT
• Eloquii Black Cold Shoulder Tie Waist Peplum Top: $80.00
• Eloquii Geometric Print Neoprene Pencil Skirt: $55.00
• Steve Madden Black Suede Classic Pumps: $95.00
Banana Split Stuffed Strawberries
Ali Fedotowsky-Manno is in the kitchen making a kid-friendly treat of banana split stuffed strawberries. Strawberries are in season right now and this is the perfect time to use them in your recipes. The bigger the strawberries, the better for this treat!
Emmy award winning actress Donna Mills stops by Home & Family to talk about her new independent film “Carol of the Bells,” which opens this Christmas. In the film, Donna plays a mother of a girl with Down’s Syndrome. She goes on to explain that the movie was directed by John Travolta’s brother Joey, who has made it his lifelong mission to help those who have developmental disabilities.
DIY Address Planter
Lauren Makk is showing you how to make a unique and fun DIY project to display your address. The best part about this DIY planter is you can get as creative as you want with colors and flowers. It is important to space the address numbers to allow room for your plants, too.
Baby Artichoke Bread Pudding
Food Editor at The Washington Post, Mary Beth Albright is making a savory bread pudding with baby artichokes and cheese. Start this dish with stale white bread and melted butter and mix it together with your hands. If you cannot find baby artichokes, you can always substitute in broccoli or cauliflower. She also recommends adding shredded cooked chicken on top for even more flavor.
Lost Dog Awareness Day
Larissa Wohl is giving you tips on how to keep your pets safe on this National Lost Dog Awareness Day. This starts with spaying and neutering your pets. Also keep your pets IDs on their harness and collars at all times. Finally, monitor your pets when you are outside. You should also ask your vet to make sure your pet’s microchip is working properly.
Adoption Ever After
LOCATION: Los Angeles
NAME Mario & Jack
LOCATION: Boise, ID