Edwina Findley Dickerson
The actress stops by Home & Family to discuss her Fox series, “Shots Fired”, which airs on Wednesdays at 8/7c. She also opens up about parenthood and talks about how she received advice on the subject from Viola Davis, a personal friend she lived with for four months. The two are so close that Edwina is the goddaughter to Viola’s daughter, Genesis.
Pork with Pepper Jelly
Chef and blogger Robyn Stone is in the kitchen preparing pepper jelly pork medallions. The author of the cookbook, “Add a Pinch” explains the variety of ways you can enjoy pepper jelly, including on meat, fish, cheese and even green vegetables. If properly stored, the jelly can last up to one year.
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Author and lifestyle expert Moll Anderson is showing you how to make DIY paint can flower vases. She says the best part about this DIY is that it is not only affordable, but that the whole family can get in on the action to make their own.
Beauty Products to Keep You Fresh
Kym Douglas has a list of fantastic products that will keep you feeling as fresh as a daisy. From a cooling cap to a shirt that helps absorb odor, Kym has you covered.
Get more from Kym at KymDouglas.com
The country singer/songwriter Aaron Lewis sits down wth Mark and Debbie to talk about his latest country single, “Folded Flag,” which he wrote to honor veterans and their families. He also opens up about what it is like to start recording again with his popular rock group, Staind.
Dharma Rescue Group
Actress Melissa Claire Egan visits Home & Family to talk about the importance of being the spokesperson for Dharma Rescue Group. The organization specializes in rescuing cats and dogs and finding them loving homes.
Planet Saving Products
Sophie Uliano is here to give you some tips on how you can contribute to helping save the planet. This includes purchasing shirts that are colored with natural clay instead of toxic dyes and using eco-friendly dry cleaners.
Get more from Sophie at SophieUliano.com
DIY Cookie Cutter Jewelry Tray
Maria Provenzano is back in the house and today she is making a cookie cutter jewelry tray using oven-baked clay, which creates a longer lasting tray. When cooking the clay, place it in the oven for 15 minutes at 275 degrees. The entire cost of this project is only $5.
Check out more fun DIY projects at the Home & Family Pinterest Page