New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees visits Home & Family to talk about the dangers of exertional heat stroke. He describes the symptoms to look out for which include fainting/dizziness, confusion, unusual behavior and change in personality. The athlete also also discusses family life and about how he finds work balance.
Home Cook semi-finalist Min Verquist is in the Home & Family kitchen preparing traditional Chinese dumplings. She explains that she grew up in China and learned to make dumplings from her dad. Today, she jokes that she and her daughter compete to see who can create the best dumplings.
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DIY Tree of Life
Paige Hemmis teams up with Debbie to make a tree of life, which she calls a great Father’s Day present. Today, Paige is helping Debbie make one for Alexandra to give her dad. Paige points out that you can grow the tree with photos as time goes by and the best part is that this project will cost you under $50.
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LIfe’s Little Helpers
Kym Douglas is introducing you to products that will make your life easier, including watermelon slicers and a critter catcher that removes bugs without killing them.
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Tv host and health advocate Leeza Gibbons opens up about caring for a loved one with dementia. She talks about Senior Gems from SeniorHelpers.com. Leeza gives you a list of gift ideas for those suffering from dementia, including music and movies, that will trigger family familiarity.
DIY Air Plant Seascapes
Ken Wingard is making air plant seascapes using air plants, which have no roots and receive nutrients from the air. For this DIY, you just need a vase, air plants, sand, rocks, fish line, sea urchins and driftwood. Look for sea urchins at any craft store or Etsy.com.
Get more from Ken at KennethWingard.com
Executive chef Elderoy Aredse is in the Home & Family is grilling steak and pairing it with yukon gold mashed potatoes. He warns you to not add too much oil to your marinade or it will flare up your steak on the grill. One more extra tip is to add butter to mash before the cream.
Wedding Gift Wrap Trends
Hallmark gift wrap product manager Kristin Osbern stops by Home & Family to fill you in on the hottest trends for gift wrapping this wedding season. She points out that gift wrapping has become less traditional and more personal.
How to Organize Your Fridge
Dan Kohler is taking a closer look at your refrigerator and teaching you how to organize it to keep it cleaner and prevent your foods from spoiling. Information includes not storing your dairy products in the door shelves and not placing anything edible, like chips and bread, on top of your fridge.
Get more from Dan at RenegadeKitchen.com