Peanut Butter and Jelly Cups
Ali Fedotowsky-Manno is taking the classic combination, peanut butter and jelly and putting them in a chocolate cup. She uses dark chocolate because they are good for antioxidants, but she also says the cups are just as good with milk chocolate. Before making the cups, she cuts the peanut butter with real butter to make it extra-creamy. She recommends using a no-added sugar jelly to make the cups let sweet.
DIY Garden Markers
Paige Hemmis is making gardening easier with this DIY. These markers will help you identify what is planted and where in your garden. She prints out her vegetable images off the computer before attaching them to her markers. As for the wooden stakes, she recommends going to your local craft store and purchasing craft branches. To make the branches longer, she attaches wooden skewers to the bottom of them.
Actress Marta Milans visits to talk about her new movie “Shazam!,” which opens in theaters this Friday. In the action flick, she plays the superhero’s foster mother. She says the ultimate message of this story is about a boy looking for love and a family. She also discusses what it was like growing up in real life on a dairy farm.
Dressing for the Job
Lawrence Zarian is providing you with styling tips for looking your best at job interviews.
LOOK #1 JENNY
· A New Day White Crew Neck Tank Top ($13)
· Prologue black collared faux leather moto jacket ($40)
· Who What Wear Black & White Wide Leg Palazzo Pant ($35)
· Ecru Wide Heeled Leather Ankle Boots ($100)
LOOK #2 LARISSA
· Zara Flowy Multi-Floral Printed Top ($39.90)
· Who What Wear Cream Colored Tailored Tie Jacket ($45)
· Universal Thread High Rise Dark Wash Jegging ($25)
· Nine West Delilah Platform Sandal ($110)
· A New Day Olive Tote ($39.99)
LOOK #3 PAIGE
· Who What Wear Cap Sleeve Floral Print Midi Dress ($35)
· Prologue Black Long Sleeve Knit Sweater ($38)
· Black House White Market Obi Sash ($32)
· Steve Madden Black Faux Suede Pumps ($98)
New York Times best-selling author Lisa Damour sits down with Debbie and Cameron to talk about her book, “Under Pressure.” The book centers around how boys and girls each react to stress differently. She says we should prepare young girls for future conflicts and breaks down the different kinds that they will come across in life. She also encourages parents to emphasize their daughter’s positive traits.
Founder of “Get Caked,” Jasmine Rezonable is demonstrating how to make your own art out of pancakes! The best part is that you are playing with your food and having fun while doing it! Before demonstrating her skills, she shows each of the family members a pancake she made resembling their faces. You begin by adding food coloring to your pancake batter and then paint the batter on the griddle like you were using a pen. For smooth lines, water down your batter, so it squeezes out more easily.
Knocking Down a Wall
Paige Hemmis is giving you tips on how to brighten up a room by opening up the walls for the family room renovations. Before getting started, she highly urges you to take a home test kit for mold, lead paint and asbestos. If your walls test positive for any of the three, you must get professional help to take care of the problem. She also gives Debbie the good news that she can help build an open floor plan in the family room!
Host of the travel show “The Voyager with Josh Garcia,” Josh Garcia visits Home & Family to talk about his NBC Saturday morning show. The show is about to embark on season three, where his most recent adventure took him to Barbados. He hopes his show will inspire people to travel and go outside their comfort zones. He shares that one of his favorite experiences was participating in building a human castle in Barcelona.
Paccheri with Capers, Olives, Anchovies and Fried Bread Crumbs
Cookbook author of “Food of the Italian South,” Katie Parla is in the kitchen making a delicious dish of paccheri with capers, olives, anchovies and homemade fried bread crumbs. She recommends paccheri pasta because it is good for scooping up sauces and has a really nice bite when cooked al dente. You can find all the ingredients at a gourmet cooking shop or just order them online.
DIY Kite Door Hang
Maria Provenzano has the perfect addition to any room with this DIY. A kite hang adds a pop of color the room and is easy to put together! She was inspired by the Spring Fever Bucket List item: fly a kite!