Jaime King Interview

The actress sits down with Mark and Cristina to talk about Attention Deficit Theater, her online sketch comedy show. On her show, she talks about everything from fitness to dating. Aside from acting, Jaime also stays very busy as a mother of two young children. It was a tough road to get pregnant for Jaime and she opens up about the struggles. She said it was her faith that kept her believing she would be a mother someday. Jaime also introduces Home & Family to her brand new #Alchemy make-up line from ColourPop.

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Chef Adam Gertler Cooks

Celebrity chef Adam Gertler is in the kitchen preparing a recipe from his restaurant, Dog Haus, he calls the Old Town Dog which has bacon, jalapeños, chipotle aioli and cotija cheese. When it comes to preparing these hotdogs at home, he tells you to get the best hotdogs that money can buy. The secret when it comes to the bun is using Kings Hawaiian dinner rolls because it is just sweet enough to go with the hotdog, after coating the bun in clarified butter. Finally, he recommends using pork bacon over turkey bacon because it cooks the best with the hotdog.

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How to Look Good in Photos

Kym Douglas is here to introduce you to the latest app that will make you pop in your photos. She recommends the FaceTune app which soothes blemishes, whitens teeth and reshapes those problem areas. She shows you how it works using a photo of Mark as an example.

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DIY Kaftan

Orly Shani is showing you how to make your very own kaftan. She got the idea from watching an episode of “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” when the ladies went to visit Dubai and they were modeling their own kaftans. When it comes to the fabric, Orly recommends silk jersey or 100% rayon fabric. Two yards will make the dress knee length. This entire DIY will cost you $50, but can cost you up to $400 in a high-end store.

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Rachel Melvin Interview

The actress visits Home & Family to talk about her MTV series, “Awkward,” which airs Tuesdays, 9/8c. She finds a lot of similarities between herself and her odd character, Lizzy and even brings a highlight of the show. She opens about how she got her start in acting when she won money in a BINGO tournament and that helped pay for acting classes, which eventually lead to her landing a role on the daytime soap opera, “Days of our Lives.” The actress is a big animal lover and even jokes about throwing birthday parties for her two dogs that includes party hats and dog cakes.

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Spring Fling Fashion Show

Debbie Matenoupolos introduces you to some of the hottest trends to be on the look out for in spring. This includes off-shoulder dresses that expose the clavicle, mid-length dresses, nude wedges and jean jackets with popped collars. Each look can be both dressy or casual. Each look is inspired by a Hallmark Channel Spring Fling movie.

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The Science of Beef Jerky

Dan Kohler is back in the kitchen preparing beef jerky and explaining the science behind it. Jerky was originally made from animal meat that was to big to eat at once. He also shows Home & Family how to make their own jerky, using flank steak or top round since they are such low fat. The leaner the meat the better when turning it into jerky. Freezing your meat ahead of time will allow you to cut it easier. Dan even prepares a marinade for the jerky, as well.

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DIY Animal Shoes

Tanya Memme has a fun DIY that kids will love to be part of, animal shoes! She encourages you to go to your local dollar store to buy the supplies because it will cost lesser than going to a craft store. This is also a great DIY that will help you recycle those old bathmats in your bathroom. The entire DIY will cost you ten dollars!

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DIY Exfoliating Facial Cleanser

Sophie Uliano is showing you how to make your very own exfoliating facial cleanser that is gentle on your skin and less expensive than a cleanser you will purchase at a store. Sophie’s secret ingredient is jojoba pearls, which is a natural alternative for microbeads. After you make the cleanser using Sophie’s recipe, make sure you store it in your fridge for optimal shelf life. The entire recipe will cost you only five dollars!

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