The country star and TV host Trisha Yearwood is visiting Home & Family to talk about her Food Network show, “Trisha’s Southern Cooking,” which airs Saturdays at 10:30a/9:30c. She jokes that she was at first intimidated by all the professional chefs on the network. She stays to bake her unfried chicken and biscuits and answer questions from social media.
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DIY Whimsical Umbrella Fountain
Paige Hemmis is showing you how to take a normal umbrella and turn it into a whimsical fountain. The entire cost of this DIY is only $75, compared to $500 if you were to buy it in a store.
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Boy and Dog Share Similar Skin Condition
Carter Blanchard is joined by his mom, Stephanie and the dog, Rowdy via FaceTimem to talk about his battle with vitiligo, which is an auto-immune disease that causes of lack of pigment in certain areas of the skin. After feeling self-conscious about his skin condition, he got to meet a golden retriever, Rowdy, who has the same condition. Today the two have a budding friendship and Carter has confidence and loves his skin.
Compact Beauty Solutions
Kym Douglas is introducing you to some helpful beauty solutions that are not only helpful but easy to store, as well. From a deep cleaning tooth brush to face masque, Kym has you covered!
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Sculpting Your Best Body
Actor Morris Chestnut and celebrity trainer Obi Odadike teamed up to write a book, “The Cut: Lose 10 Pounds in 10 Days and Sculpt Your Best Body” and now are here to talk about it. Morris turned to Obi to lose help him lose 30 pounds. The best part about the book is that it for all fitness levels. They even offer up some personal fitness tips.
DIY Doily Table Runner
Ken Wingard is making a doily table runner and says it starts with using your largest doily as your central point and build around it. For more durability, use starch on the doily beforehand. The best part about this DIY is that it won’t cost you a dime!
Get more from Ken at KennethWingard.com
Mexican Breakfast Skillet
Chef and co-host of the “The Kitchen,” Chef Marcela Valladolid is in the kitchen preparing Mexican breakfast skillet with nopales. She explains nopales are packed with vitamins A, C, K and B and are also high in fiber.
DIY Faux Ostrich Trim
Orly Shani is taking pins, needle, thread, glue and faux ostrich trim and turning them into a fashion piece. Make sure to choose ostrich trim that matches your clothing. The total cost of this DIY is $15.
New Products for Kids with Food Allergies
Dr. JJ is here to give you a list of new products that will help you out if your children suffer from food allergies. It is currently estimated that 15 million people have food allergies in the United States.