Sherri M Saum
The actress sits down with Mark and Debbie to talk about her show, “The Fosters” which airs on Freeform. She also takes the time to open up about parenting twin boys and demonstrates her unlikely talent: baton twirling. She introduces Home & Family to a couple of traditional baton tricks, “The Helicopter,” and “Double Dip."
Kym Douglas gives you some beauty tips. This includes blotting your face, instead of adding more powder and adding a primer to hold your make-up in place.
Get more from Kym at KymDouglas.com
New Orleans-born actress Katherine LaNasa is in the Home & Family kitchen celebrating Mardi Gras by baking a delicious King Cake. She explains the history of Mardi Gras and describes how the vibrant colors of the cake represent justice, faith and power. She also opens up about her role on Bravo’s series, “Imposters” which airs Tuesdays at 10/9c.
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DIY Carryout Container Kid Art
Kristin Smith is showing you how to put all those to-go containers to good use: kid art! All you need besides the containers is a pair of scissors, a pencil, paint, paintbrush and sketch paper. The best part about this DIY is that you can involve the kids!
Check out more fun DIY projects at the Home & Family Pinterest Page
Oscar Dress Fashion
Celebrity fashion designer Nick Verreos teams up with Debbie to talk about this year’s Oscar fashion. Nick also talks about all the work that goes into designing an Oscar gown, including Debbie’s dress from Sunday night.
Medicine Cabinet Purges
Dr. JJ is breaking down how to store your medications the proper way. This includes keeping allergy medications in medicine cabinets and insulin, liquid antibiotics, prescription skin gels and eye drops in the refrigerator.
Get more from Dr. JJ at CallingDoctorJJ.com
Debbie is in the kitchen preparing a delicious chicken stir-fry with the help of Uncle Ben’s Ready Rice. The recipe is a quick one to make since it only takes 90 seconds to cook the rice. This recipe is also on the healthy side, only containing 470 calories per serving.
The Origin of Idioms
Dan Kohler is explaining the history of idioms, including “waiting for the shoe to drop,” and “mind your Ps and Qs.”
Get more from Dan at RenegadeKitchen.com