Fried Green Tomatoes with Cajun Remoulade
Author of “Cooking with Miss Quad,” Quad Webb is making a Southern favorite, fried green tomatoes with cajun remoulade. This dish brings back memories for Quad, whose mother taught her how to make this recipe. She prepares the Cajun dressing that is also called remoulade from scratch. The remoulade also makes a great pairing with crab cakes and turkey burgers.
DIY Crate Shelf
Paige Hemmis is making her own handy crate shelf. The best part is the wooden crates already come put together from your local craft store. She screws the crates together with a power drill, while wearing safety goggles. When done with assembling the crate shelf, she uses weathered wood accelerant to give it a more antique look.
Comedian and author Chris Kattan sits down with Cameron and Debbie to talk about his new book, “Don’t Hurt Me: Stories and Scars from Saturday Night Live.” He opens up about his childhood and how his late father was the one who inspired him to get into performing. In fact, his father was one of the founding members of “The Groundlings.” He also shares funny stories about his time on “Saturday Night Live” remembering some of his favorite characters he played.
Ways to Break a Sitting Streak
Cameron is demonstrating ways you can help break your sitting streak while at your desk. He also encourages you to stand every 15 minutes on the hour while working.
Raspberry Chocolate Chip Braid
Author of “Holiday & Celebration Bread in 5 Minutes a Day,” Zoë Francois is in the kitchen making a delicious raspberry chocolate chip braid. She says that this recipe is one of her favorites to make to impress guests because it is so simple and scrumptious. It is also a great sweet treat to make with the kids! Make sure you let the braid dough rest for 90 minutes before placing in the oven. She is making a homemade chocolate ganache and ricotta cheese filling but says you can make a savory version of this recipe with spinach and feta.
DIY Summer Hair Clips
Ali Fedotowsky-Manno is showing you how to make your own kid-friendly hair clips just in time for summer. She was inspired to make these ice cream, snow cone and popsicle hair clips by her daughter who used to hate putting her hair back and now loves it because of her fun clips. She recommends using a sturdy felt for your shapes because they will give your clips more structure.
Fat loss expert and best selling author Natalie Jill visits Home & Family to talk about her new book, “Aging in Reverse.” She explains the “Transformation Triangle,” which is centered around three sides: change your state, plan your plate and love your weight. She also explains the importance of focusing on your mindset in order to get healthier.
Sunny Side Mushroom Bake
Author of the cookbook, “Food You Want,” Nealy Fischer is in the kitchen making a sunny side mushroom bake. Before getting started, she talks about how she hopes her cookbook encourages readers to be flexible and play around with each recipe to make it more personal to their tastes. She uses oyster mushrooms for this bake that brings the dish a nice robust flavor. Debbie describes this sunny side mushroom bake as a quiche without the crust. You can use any vegetables for this recipe to make it your own.
DIY Stadium Seats Covers
Orly Shani is showing you how to show off your home team pride with these fun stadium seat covers made out of old jerseys. The best part about these stadium seats is that they are interchangeable, depending on what sport you are watching. This is also a great way to recycle your children’s old sports jerseys that are too sentimental to throw out. If you prefer to not sew your seats, you can always use fabric glue.
Happy Tail: Floyd
Larissa Wohl is bringing you the happy tail, Floyd and his rescue family, Lynn and Chris Mounier.
Adoption Ever After
LOCATION: Los Angeles, CA
RESCUE: Paw Works
LOCATION: Boise, ID
RESCUE: Idaho St. Bernard Rescue