Singer Carnie Wilson visits Home & Family to talk about her new documentary, “When the Bough Breaks,” which will be available March 14th, on iTunes. She opens up about postpartum depression that she suffered herself shortly after gigving birth and why this documentary was important to her.
Scallops with White Corn Pudding
Chef Brooke Williamson is in the kitchen preparing scallops with white corn pudding. She also gives you some tips on how to prep the scallops, including removing the small muscle before cooking them. Also, make sure to not overcook them.
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DIY Faux Marble Counter
Ken Wingard is showing you how to make your own marble counters for as little as $20. For more of a overlapped look, use different shades of paint on your design. You can use any type of countertop, just remember to protect it with polyurethane afterwards.
Get more from Ken at KennethWingard.com
The Sports Illustrated model opens up to Mark and Debbie about her modeling career and learning to embrace her body. Hunter talks about the extreme weight loss measures she took, along with the ups and downs of having a modeling career.
Kym Douglas introduces you to some must-have products for your bathroom.
Get more from Kym at KymDouglas.com
Sophie Uliano is back in the kitchen showing you how prepare taro mash. She breaks down the health benefits of taro, including helping you maintain an even blood sugar and gives you more energy that lasts longer.
Get more from Sophie at SophieUliano.com
DIY Shoelace Cards
Kristin Smith is celebrating baby today with this DIY. She is making shoelace cards using just a handful of materials. She recommends an old tissue box or egg carton for the project if you can’t find a puzzle board.
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Debbie’s Kitchen Tricks
Debbie is demonstrating her kitchen tricks in the kitchen, including the proper way to crack an egg, adding cinnamon to your coffee for health benefits and roasting tomatoes to help bring out the flavor.