The iconic actor William Shatner visits Home & Family to talk about his new book, “Spirit of the Horse: A Celebration in Fact and Fable,” which is available now. An avid horse rider, William opens up about how he even offered “Star Trek” actor Patrick Stewart some riding tips.
DIY Captain Kirk Chair
In celebration of William Shatner’s visit to the show, Ken Wingard is making a Captain Kirk chair out of a swivel desk chair and plywood. William explains that the original chair from “Star Trek” was store-bought. When it comes to the plywood, ask your local hardware store to make the cuts to size. The entire cost of this DIY is $60.
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Chef Donal Skehan
The chef and author of the cookbook, “Fresh,” Donal Skehan is in the kitchen making grilled skirt steak with orange harissa sauce. He explains that harissa is a spicy, aromatic chile paste used in North African and Middle Eastern cooking. You can pair the sauce with meat, chicken, lamb, pork and seafood.
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The Perfect Purse for Summer
Kym Douglas is introducing you to the perfect purses you will want to check out for summer. She explains that mini-bags are in this year and the louder the pop print, the better.
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Sugar Ray Leonard
Boxing legend Sugar Ray Leonard sits down with Mark and Debbie to talk about Diabetes Awareness and his personal foundation, which is hosting the 8th Annual “Big Fighters, Big Cause” fundraiser. He also opens up about his famous boxing career, and admits that originally he never planned to become a professional boxer!
How to Take Your Backyard Party to the Next Level
Fran Berger is a home entertaining expert who is giving you some tips on how to take your backyard party to the next level. From music to flowers and even dinnerware, Fran’s ideas will help you throw a party your friends will never forget!
Sand Castle Cake
Maria Provenzano is back and she is in the kitchen making a kid-friendly dessert, sand castle cake. She makes the “sand” for the cake using crushed graham cracker and coconut. When it comes to the icing, spread it at room temperature.
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DIY Host Spice Gifts
Paige Hemmis has the perfect set of DIYs for that person who loves to cook in your life, host spice gifts. All you need are a wooden box, test tubes, raffia, card stock and labels. She suggests you get as creative as you can with the spice names.
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Advice for Parents
Dr. Drew Pinksy visits Home & Family to give advice to to parents when it comes to their kids. Afterwards, the family members have an opportunity to ask their own questions for the famous doctor/addiction medicine specialist.