Korean BBQ Short Ribs
Chef Jet Tila is in the kitchen making a delicious meal of Korean BBQ short ribs with Asian pears and cola. He explains that cola helps tenderize the ribs before grilling. For a more spicier marinade, he recommends adding Gochujang or chili sauce.
How to Dry Chili Peppers
Shirley Bovshow is giving you professional tips on how to dry chili peppers. You should allow one to two weeks for your peppers to completely dry. She also recommends using gloves when handling the peppers to avoid any kind of irritation.
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Thompson Square Performs
Musical duo, Thompson Square perform their hit, “Masterpiece” for Home & Family. Kiefer and Shawna Thompson also describe the inspiration behind the song, which was the birth of their son.
DIY Ladder Closet
Orly Shani is showing you how to turn a ladder into an actual closet. Don’t forget to sandpaper the ladder once you take it apart to help remove splinters and sharp edges. When done, hang the closet on the wall using shelf brackets.
Allergist and ACAAI spokesperson, Dr. Tania Elliot sits down with Cameron and Debbie to talk about seasonal allergies. She explains that allergy season lasts until the leaves fall off the trees. She also talks about how super-pollens can affect people without allergies, as well.
Sweet and Savory Toasts
Chef and business consultant Caroline Smile is in the kitchen making a variety of sweet and savory toasts. This includes toasted walnuts, which you can make on a baking sheet in an oven. She also shows you how to prepare your own balsamic glaze for your toast.
Actress Meagan Good visits Home & Family to talk about her new movie, “A Boy. A Girl. A Dream.” which opens in theaters Friday. She also brings a clip of the movie. The movie stands out because it was all done in one shot, making it extra-challenging for the actress, memorizing over 70 pages of lines.
Five-Minute Hair Makeovers
Beauty expert Ami Desai is showing you how easy it is to change up your hair in less than five minutes. This includes making a perfect ponytail wave and a braided flat-iron wave.
DIY Tailgate Travel Case
Maria Provenzano is outside making her own tailgate travel case that will be perfect for your next football party. When it comes to making the travel case, use crates and add latches to them so you can open and close the case, making it easier to transport it.
Cameron is showing you a variety of tech hacks to make your life easier. This includes using a post-it note to clean a keyboard and building blocks to help keep track of gadgets.