The actress visits Home & Family to talk about her hit ABC comedy, “The Goldbergs,” which airs Wednesdays at 8/7c. Wendi’s character is based on the producer Adam Goldberg’s real life mother, Beverly. Wendi reveals the two have a social media friendship, and that in fact her character’s wardrobe from the show comes from Beverly’s real life wardrobe!
Chef John Tesar
John Tesar from Knife Steakhouse is in the Home & Family kitchen preparing culotte steak with chimichurri. When frying up the steak, make sure it is completely dry before dipping it in the oil. As for which oil to use when frying, John recommends a neutral oil that doesn’t take away from the meat’s flavor.
The actor sits down with Mark and Debbie to talk about his role in “You’re Gonna Miss Me,” which will be available exclusively on DVD on June 6th at your local Wal-Mart. He also opens up about his role on OWN’s “The Haves and The Have Nots.” After his interview John performs his song, “Every Friday Night” for the audience.
DIY Floral Foam Art
Ken Wingard is showing you how to create DIY floral foam art using floral foam, flowers, paper, scissors and a pencil. He advises you to create the design on paper first, before cutting into the foam.
Check out more fun DIY projects at the Home & Family Pinterest Page
Get more from Ken at KennethWingard.com
How to Wear Bold Hues
Orly Shani is giving you tips on how to pull off bold hues in your wardrobe. She recommends wearing a bold colored pantsuit with a solid color blouse that makes the look pop. She also suggests wearing colored camo with a pair of jeans.
Campaign One at a Time
Founder and CEO, Brodi Nicholas talks about the campaign, “One at a Time,” which helps children going through life-threatening illnesses. He is joined by one of his sponsored youths, Samantha London, who is happy to report that she is cancer-free today. The total cost of sponsoring a child is around $2,500.
Get more information at CampaignOAAT.org
DIY Repurposed Wine Bottles
Paige Hemmis showing you how to recycle old wine bottles by turning them into works of art. She recommends you use sandpaper to smooth out the bottle. The best part about this DIY is that it is will cost you absolutely nothing.
Check out more from Paige at PaigeHemmis.com
The Science of Raw Food
Dan Kohler is in the kitchen explaining the science behind raw food. He goes into detail about ocean fish, which are clean due to their salty water environment. Freezing kills many parasites and microbes, as well. He also points out that uncooked chicken is unsafe and you should always make sure you purchase your meat from a trusted source.
Get more from Dan at RenegadeKitchen.com