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Friday, March 25th, 2016

Jack Wagner Interview - Home & Family

The actor opens up about what it is like playing Bill Avery on Hallmark Channel's "When Calls the Heart."

Jack Wagner Interview

The actor talks about his Hallmark Channel Original Series, “When Calls the Heart” which airs Sundays at 9/8c. He jokes that his character, Bill is like James Bond because he is always getting around on his horse, chasing women and holding a gun. Jack also stars alongside with his ex-wife, Kristina, who he met when they co-starred on “General Hospital” together. He enjoys the chemistry they both share on screen after all these years and knows the fans can see it, as well.

Get more from Jack at JackWagnerMusic.com


Beef Cannelloni - Home & Family

Cristina Ferrare is joined by Jack Wagner cooking up this mouth-watering Italian dish with tender short ribs.

Beef Cannelloni

Cristina is in the kitchen and joined by Jack Wagner to prepare an Italian favorite, Beef Cannelloni, making the recipe with tender short ribs instead of ground beef. When braising the short ribs, keep the bone in and let the flavors stew for three hours. She adds a taleggio cheese sauce, which she admits can smell a little funky but tastes amazing when mixed with the pasta.

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Egg-cellent Beauty Tips

Kym Douglas gives you some helpful beauty tips using eggs. First she demonstrates how to use egg whites to help you tighten pores and combat oily skin. You can use egg yolk to nourish and strengthen your hair and finally, you can eliminate your acne scars using the combination of egg and lemon. The best part about using these eggs for beauty products is that they cost next to nothing.

Get more from Kym at KymDouglas.com


DIY Easter Bonnets - Home & Family

Orly Shani shows you how to make your own festive Easter bonnets for as little as five dollars!

DIY Easter Bonnets

Orly Shani shows you how to make your own Easter bonnet to celebrate the upcoming holiday. This DIY works great because it suits all ages and the only materials that you need are a hat, flowers, safety pins, hot glue and a ribbon. You can find all these materials at your local craft store. This entire DIY will cost you as little as five dollars. Each hat should demonstrate your personality, so have fun and get creative!

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“High Strung” Interview

Actress Jane Seymour and writer/producer Michael Damian talk about their upcoming film, “High Strung,” which opens everywhere on April 8th. The movie is a love story, but also has an underlying message that if you work hard, you can achieve your dreams. The film is based loosely on Michael’s wife’s life, when she entered the world of ballet at 14. In the film, Jane plays a mean teacher, but Michael assures Mark and Cristina that she is such a sweetheart in real life. Jane was a ballerina as a teenager and had similar teachers growing up.


Stroller Hacks

Kristin Smith is talking about all the additions you can pair with your stroller to make life easier. This includes making your own cup holder to carry more bottles and using an ankle weight to balance out your stroller so it doesn’t flip over. Finally, the big reveal is that Kristin tells Home & Family that little Kingston will be big brother in October.

Follow Kirstin on Twitter @KristinSmithTV


Tempering Chocolate - Home & Family

Just in time for Easter, Dan Kohler is showing you how we get our chocolate so shiny and smooth.

Tempering Chocolate for Chocolate Bunnies

Dan Kohler is in the kitchen talking about tempering chocolate and making chocolate bunnies. When you temper the chocolate, it makes it shiny and smooth. When tempering the chocolate, melt it until it reaches 115 degrees then cool it by bringing it to 83-85 degrees. Pour chocolate into a mold, let it cool and then you have a chocolate bunny!

Get more from Dan at RenegadeKitchen.com


Easter Dinner for Under $30 - Home & Family

Jeanette Pavini is giving you some helpful tips on how to save money for this Sunday's Easter dinner.

Jeanette Pavini’s Easter Dinner Tips

Jeannette gives you some tips on how to keep your Easter dinner for six under $30. She recommends planning your menu around the weekly sale flyers. Choose your meat first because that tends to be the most expensive. Also, plan to use one item in several dishes to multi-task your menu.

Get more from Jeanette at JeanettePavini.com


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