Billy Ray Cyrus
Country music star Billy Ray Cyrus visits Home & Family to talk about the 25th anniversary of his hit, “Achy Breaky Heart,” which he recently re-recorded. He also announces that on August 25th, he will officially change his name to “Cyrus.” For an extra treat, he performs for the audience.
Chef David Codney
Cooking for Mother’s Day? Look no further than Chef David Codney’s recipe for lemon ricotta pancakes. The chef shows you how to make them and gives you some extra tips on making sure they are perfect, including using clarified butter in the pan to prevent milk solids from burning. He also says that when you mix the batter, make sure you do it lightly to keep the pancakes fluffy.
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Actress Beverley Mitchell sits down with Mark and Debbie to talk about her new POP TV show, “Hollywood Darlings” which airs Wednesdays at 8/7c. She even opens up about her personal life and how she met her husband, Michael, 16 years ago.
Nail Tips and Tricks
Beauty expert Kym Douglas is giving you some tips on how to maintain beautiful nails, this includes using bandaids to help with at-home manicures and using lipstick for nail color.
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Cedric Yarbrough and Micah Fowler visit Home & Family talk about their ABC series, “Speechless,” which airs Wednesdays at 8:30/7:30c. Micah opens up about his cerebral palsy and how he has never let it stand in his way of achieving his dreams.
Dog rescuer, Lee Asher is joined by his rescue dogs Lillie and Butters to talk about his viral videos about rescue dogs. His girlfriend, Anna, also chimes in to chat about what it is like to to date a guy with so many pets.
Debbie Matenopoulos is back in the kitchen preparing her delicious recipe for spaghetti and meatballs with RAGÚ® Homestyle Thick & Hearty Traditional Sauce. She reminds you to not overmix the meatballs and pack them together too tightly.
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Paige Hemmis has a colorful and fun DIY that will be perfect for your backyard: pinwheels! The entire cost of this DIY is only $50, compared to $100 if you bought them in a retail shop.