Today on Home & Family: Henry Czerny
1st Annual Home & Family Chili Cook Off
We are kicking off our Home & family western week with the first annual Home & Family Chili Cook-Off! Chefs and family members Denise Vivaldo, Aida Mollenkamp, and Dean McDermott are breaking out all the stops for this all out cook-off! Plus, our chefs are giving you a sneak peak at their secret ingredients!
From "Revenge," actor Henry Czerny
Henry Czerny has worked with some of the biggest names in Hollywood, from Tom Cruise to Harrison Ford, and even our own family member, Dean McDermott. Today, Henry stops by to talk about his hit ABC drama "Revenge" and even gives us some sneak peeks on the upcoming season. Plus, Henry shows of his carpentry skills, making a DIY bookshelf with some classic tools.
Magician Murray Sawchuck
A few weeks ago, Magician Murray Sawchuk amazed us with his feats of prestidigitation. Today, Murray and his wild hair are back to share new magical feats. Murray also chats with Cristina about his rodeo past. And later, Murray teaches everyone a great trick to impress your friends and family.
Find out more about Murray and his amazing magical feats here: www.murraysawchuck.com.
Award winning song writer and "Cowboy Balladeer," Tom Hiatt stops by to break in our brand new stage. Today, Tom is helping us get into the western mood with some traditonal cowboy songs. Plus, Tom explains the "cowboy code" for Mark and Cristina. And later, Tom sings a ballad from his new album "Appaloosa Moon."
Get more from Tom Hiatt here: www.tomhiatt.net.
Riata Ranch Cowboy Girls
The Riata Ranch Cowboy Girls are a renowned performance group of trick ropers and horse riders. The ladies have performed in 16 countries and have even perfomred for the Queen of England. Today, the Cowboy Girls are showing off their trick rope skills. And later, they'll try and teach Mark & Cristina how to work a lasso.
Learn more about the Riata Ranch Cowboy Girls here: www.rrcowboygirls.com
Home & Family Line Dancing
It's time to move the furniture and get ready for a hoedown! Line dancing instructors Mike Bendavid and Diana Dover are here to teach you how to "tush push." The "tush push" is an easy line dance that gets the hips moving and is fun for everyone. Get down with Mike and Diana here: www.mikescountrydancing.com.