Guest host Jill Wagner sits down to answer your social media questions including giving advice about weddings and discussing what it was like acting side by side with Jason Mamoa.
Apricot Cream Cheese French Toast
Actress and WNBA all-star player Lisa Leslie is in the kitchen making a mouth-watering breakfast of apricot cream cheese french toast. You can also catch Lisa in “Uncle Drew,” which opens in theaters on June 29th. While she is cooking, she also talks about parenthood and raising her children to have a love for sports.
DIY Wedding Veil Display
Orly Shani is showing you how to make your own display for your wedding veil after the wedding. Before getting started, make sure you buy a frame that can hold the entire veil and your wedding portrait. Even better, choose a wedding picture where you are are wearing the veil.
From Heartbreak to Wholeness
Author Kristien Carlson is sitting down with Home & Family to discuss her new book, “From Heartbreak to Wholeness: The Hero’s Journey to Joy.” She discusses the death of her husband, who died unexpectedly 11 years ago and how she had to discover joy, all over again. She wants the takeaway of this book to teach people that we heal after grief.
Beauty expert Alexandra Catalano is introducing you to some products that are natural and not harmful to the environment. This includes shampoo bars that last up to 80 washes without the plastic waste. She also shows you how to make your own pink clay, which is excellent for cell removal, rejuvenation and elasticity.
Shampoo bars, Lushusa.com, $11.95
Pink Clay Herbivore Exfoliating Facial, Amazon, $22
To Make Pink Clay Exfoliating Mask:
Mix ½–1 tbsp. of Pink Clay with a few drops of water, until a nice paste is formed. Apply to skin
Davis Aloe Vera Powder, Amazon, $11.49
“5 and Under Products”
Organic Butter Lotion, S. W. Basics Cream, 29.99, amazon
Make Up Remover, S. W. Basics, 13.27, amazon
Lip Balm S. W. Basics, four pack, $14.71 amazon
Todd and Julie Chrisley
Todd and Julie Chrisley of USA Network’s “Chrisley Knows Best” sit down with Debbie and Jill to discuss their show’s 100th episode, which you can watch tonight at 10/9c. The two discuss their marriage and parenthood and share the story of how they got engaged.
DIY Marshmallow Roasting Sticks
Maria Provenzano is getting you ready for summertime by making your own DIY marshmallow roasting sticks and customizing them with fun colors. Remember, if you are working with fire, soak the dowels in water first.
White Bean Turkey Chili
Chef Marcel Cocit is in the kitchen whipping up his famous white bean turkey chili. The dish has an even extra kick with jalapeños, if you want to maximize your spice, leave the jalapeño seeds in. For a more leaner dish, use only white meat in this recipe. He also pairs the chili with a delicious homemade cornbread.
Dr. Nina Shapiro
Dr. Nina Shapiro sits down with family members to discuss a doctor’s guide to medical myths. She points out that extra Vitamin C will not prevent or reduce the length of the cold and that water is the most prevalent ingredient in whole fruits and vegetables. Finally, she debunks the myth that if you sweat more, you burn more calories.
Back to Basics of Crafting
Orly Shani, Paige Hemmis and Maria Provenzano team up to show you the basics of crafting. This includes using fabric scissors to avoid shredding fabrics, making sure your surfaces are covered when working with colored clays and finally using a screwdriver for more delicate crafting projects.