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Wednesday, January 13th, 2016

Steve Kazee Interview

The “Shameless” actor stops by Home & Family to talk about his Showtime series. Steve also opens up about what it was like growing up poor in Kentucky, before auditioning at a community theater, which launched his love for performing. After years of touring all over as an actor, he would go on to win a Grammy and a Tony for his performance on Broadway in the musical, “Once.” Steve still has a passion for music and he recalls how he used to turn to his guitar to help calm him before performances on Broadway.

Hog and Hominy

Chef Kevin Sbraga stops by the kitchen to make his dish he calls “Hog and Hominy.” Kevin’s parents were both bakers, but he prefers cooking over baking because it allows more freedom to be creative. Hog and Hominy is a traditional Southern dish and was influenced by opening his new restaurant, Sbraga & Company, in Florida.

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DIY Low Profile Book Storage

Ken Wingard shows you how to make your very own book storage using double curtain rods, fabric and brackets. Ken likes to point out that if you were to buy this bookshelf in a store, it can cost you up to $200, but if you make your own using his instructions, it will cost you as little as $20.

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Emily Kinney Interview

Emily sits down with Mark and Cristina to talk about her new Hallmark Channel Original Movie, “Love on the Sidelines,” which premieres Saturday, January 16th, 9/8c. This is Emily’s first Hallmark Channel movie, where she plays the main character, “Laurel.” The actress grew up in Nebraska and talks about being a huge fan of the Cornhusker football team, which helped with her role. After her interview, Emily performs a song from her album, “This is War.”

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Haircuts that Shape Your Face

Debbie Matenopoulos is back with celebrity hair stylist, Billy Lowe to help you find the best haircuts to suit the shape of your face. Angular bobs work best in heart-shaped faces since they highlight small features, pixies cuts are great for round faces and oval faces are the most lucky because they can pull off just about any hair style.

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Get more from Billy at BillyLowe.com

New Year, New Oil

Dan Kohler is in the kitchen breaking down the variety of oils you should be cooking with and at what degree. Oils used for frying should be safflower, soybean, corn, sunflower, canola and grape seed. Virgin oils are perfect for sautéing. Finally, Dan reminds you to to store your oils in the dark in sealed or ceramic bottles.

Get more from Dan at RenegadeKitchen.com

Ask the Hosts

Mark and Cristina gather around to answer questions from the other family members.

DIY Teapots

Paige Hemmis is here to show you how to decorate your own teapot using acrylic paint, a paintbrush and porcelain paint pens. She also suggests taking it another step by adding your family name to the teapot for a personal touch. If you were to buy this kind of teapot at a shop, it can cost you up to $250, but if you use Paige’s instructions, it will cost you as little $10!

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Get more from Paige at PaigeHemmis.com

Eat Your Way to Better Skin

Sophie Uliano explains how sugar and fried foods contain a by-product called AGEs, which can dramatically educe the elasticity of your skin. She suggests avoiding processed and packaged foods, which also contain AGEs. She recommends increasing raw foods in your diet and increasing your intake of vitamin A, which helps with collagen production in your skin.

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Get more from Sophie at SophieUliano.com