Lavender Swordfish with Pan-Roasted Tomato Sugo
Chef Fabio Viviani is in the kitchen making a flavorful dish of lavender swordfish and pan-roasted tomato sumo. When shopping for lavender, make sure it is culinary grade to perfume the fish. To make the brine more intense, cut back on water and marinate the fish in a plastic bag.
Mommy and Me Fashion
Lawrence Zarian teams up with very pregnant Ali Fedotowsky-Manno to host a mommy and me fashion show.
Dr. Roshini Rajapaksa visits Home & Family to discuss probiotics and how they can help build a healthy immune system. Probiotics can also prevent inflammation and disease. She also explains the importance of gut health and encourages children to take probiotics, too.
DIY Leather Mason Jar Sleeves
Ken Wingard is showing you how make your own stylish leather sleeves for your mason jars. All you really need are mason jars, leather, awl, leather thread and decorating tools.
Cherry Coconut Scuffins
Valerie Bertinelli of “Valerie’s Home Cooking,” is in the kitchen making her famous scuffins, a combination of muffins and scones. When mixing the batter, it should resemble cookie dough. Bake the scuffins in two 24-cup muffin tins for 15 minutes at 350 degrees.
DIY Copper Mail Organizer
Orly Shani is helping you stay more organized by showing you how create your own mail organizer using copper. She recommends using Copper Lock to secure the DIY together instead of hot glue. An extra safety tip is to make sure to sand the edges of the organizer.
Toasted Farro Breakfast Salad
Debbie is in the kitchen showing Mark how to prepare the perfect Mother’s Day breakfast for his wife, Julie: a toasted faro breakfast salad. Toss the salad in either tamari or soy sauce for the flavor. If you have a hard time finding farro, you can always substitute in brown rice.
NBA Hall-of-Famer, Elgin Baylor sits down with Mark and Debbie to discuss his new book, “HANG TIME: My Life in Basketball,” which you can find wherever books are sold. Elgin also shares photos with such basketball legends as Kareem Abdul Jabbar, Magic Johnson, Shaq O’Neil and Jerry West.
DIY Lump of Coal Soap
Maria Provenzano has a creative and festive DIY using activated charcoal, lavender essential oil and glitter, making DIY lump of coal soap. Activated charcoal helps remove impurities from your body. To achieve the prefect coal shape, roll the soap in your hands.