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Monday, November 16th, 2015

Kelly Le Brock Interview

The actress sits down with Mark and Cristina to talk about her dramatic role in the new movie, “10 Days in a Madhouse," which opens November 20th. Her film is about  Nellie Bly, an undercover reporter in the 1800’s who sets out to expose the conditions of insane asylums. Kelly enjoyed playing the role of a nasty nurse and challenge her acting skills. Today, Kelly spends her free time on her ranch, where she grows her own food, and makes her own cheese and yogurt. She loves being surrounded by nature at home, including bears!

Indian Spiced Shepherd's Pie - Home & Family

Nigella Lawson is in kitchen adding her own delicious twist to the traditional Shepherd's Pie.

Nigella Lawson Cooks

The famous chef is in the kitchen cooking an Indian spiced shepherd’s pie. The pie is packed with flavor, including sweet potatoes, chili flakes, lentils, and cumin. She explains that the dish is called shepherd’s pie because the meat used in it is lamb. If you use beef, it is called “cottage pie.” For added crunch, she adds grated pistachios on top of the finished meal! Check out Nigella's cookbook, "Simply Nigella, Feel Good Food," available at all major bookstores.

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At-Home Beauty Products

Kym Douglas is back with a whole new list of at-home and time-saving beauty products! From reducing under eye puffiness to softening fine lines on your face, Kym has you covered.

Check out Kym's suggested products:
VeniceMD.com
SilcSkin.com
BedofNails.org

Get more from Kym at KymDouglas.com



Holiday Leaves Canvas - Home & Family

Paige Hemmis shows you a great DIY and a wonderful way to use those fall leaves.

DIY Holiday Leaves Canvas

Paige Hemmis is in the backyard showing you how to make a canvas with all those extra fall leaves surrounding your house. If you don’t have leaves, you can always use fake leaves, as well. Before laying your leaves on the canvas, flatten them in a book. After you are done, you can use a paintbrush to fix any imperfections you might have.

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Get more from Paige at PaigeHemmis.com



Winter Ave Zoli Interview

Winter visits Home & Family to talk about her new series on TNT, “Legends” based on an undercover FBI agent and his covert missions. In the drama, Winter plays Detective Gabrielle Miskova, who sets out to catch a big mafia boss in Prague. In real life, Winter spent seven years in Prague as a student.

Follow Winter on Instagram @winterave



The Science of Mashed Potatoes - Home & Family

Dan Kohler breaks down the science behind one of our favorite Thanksgiving dishes.

The Science of Mashed Potatoes

Dan Kohler returns to the kitchen to talk about mashed potatoes! He explains that potatoes are held together with a glue-like substance called pectin. When it comes to preparing mashed potatoes, use starchy ones over waxy ones. Also, remember to soak the potatoes in cold water before cooking to make them easier to mash.

Get more from Dan at RenegadeKitchen.com



Faux Marble Mugs - Home & Family

Orly Shani shows you how to use those old bottles of nail polish for this fun DIY.

DIY Faux Marble Mug

Orly Shani shows you how easy it is to take any color nail polish and create a faux marble mug. She explains that each cup comes out unique and different, making it the perfect Christmas present. It is all about working fast, so the nail polish does’t congeal in the water. You can also marble your wine glasses.

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Follow Orly on Twitter @OrlyShani



Hallmark Gratitude Tree - Home & Family

Find out how you can make your own Gratitude Tree to help you remain thankful all year long.

Hallmark’s Gratitude Tree

Hallmark artist, Sarah MaGill talks to Mark, Cristina, Kym and Debbie about Hallmark’s Gratitude Tree, which is a great way to celebrate your loved ones during the holidays. She got her start as a writer 11 years ago at Hallmark and later became an artist for the greeting card company. The whole point of the Gratitude Tree is to steer away form the digital age and to take a moment to be grateful for their family and friends. Afterward, the family members share what they are grateful for.

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Get more from Sarah at ThinkMakeShareBlog.com



Ask Debbie

Debbie Matenopoulos takes the time to answer some questions from Facebook viewers.

Follow Debbie on Twitter @IamDebbieM