Actress Andie MacDowell visits Home & Family to talk about her Hallmark Hall of Fame movie premiere, “The Beach House” which you can watch Saturday, April 28th at 9/8c on Hallmark Channel. The movie also stars Minka Kelly, Chad Michael Murray, and Makenzie Vega.
Chef David Codney from The Peninsula Beverly Hills is in the kitchen making a delicious creme brûlée with fresh blackberries and biscotti. When done, you can always use the leftover mix in your eggnog, ice cream or even bread pudding.
DIY Dresser Drawer Planter
Ken Wingard and Shirley Bovshow are teaming up and showing you how to turn ordinary dresser drawers into a place to house your plants. When you are done making the planter, Shirley recommends planting daisies in the drawers because they are so easily adaptable.
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Actress Bailee Madison sits down with Mark and Debbie to talk about the season four premiere of Hallmark Channel’s Original Series, “Good Witch,” that you can watch this Sunday at 9/8c. She brings a clip from the premiere for the audience to enjoy. Later on, she heads to the kitchen with Debbie to cook up her favorite avocado toast alternatives.
Gwyneth’s Fish Fingers
Founder of 8Greens, Dawn Russell is in the kitchen today making flavorful fish fingers. For maximum taste, she recommends marinating the fish overnight. When it comes to baking, place the fish fingers in the oven at 450 degrees for ten minutes or until they are brown and crispy.
Exfoliate Based on Your Skin Type
Kym Douglas is breaking down how to care for your skin, based on your skin type. If you have a more oily skin, use chemical exfoliants like AHA or BHA. For a more sensitive skin, use oat and or rice-based powder exfoliants.
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Actress and author Joely Fisher stops by Home & Family to talk about her new book, “Growing Up Fisher,” which is currently available wherever books are sold. She also discusses the upcoming 45th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards, where Joely will be performing during the ‘In Memoriam” segment.
DIY Dry Erase Weekly Planner
Paige Hemmis is helping you stay organized with this dry erase weekly planner using picture frames, craft paper, glue and nails. The craft paper works perfectly because it allows you to easily switch the look of the planner.