“The Bounce Back” Interview
Sherman Moore and Nadja Alaya sit down with Home & Family to talk about their new movie, “The Bounce Back,” which is now in theaters. Nadja also opens up about being diagnosed with Stage 4 Hodgkin’s Lymphoma and has been in remission since September. Shemar also talks about fitness and his “Bulldog Workout.”
Marjorie Johnson Bakes
Author of “The Road to Blue Ribbon Baking,” Marjorie Johnson is in the kitchen whipping up one of her award-winning cookings, Candy Cane Cookies! The key ingredients to these delicious cookies are dough, red dye and peppermint candy. She also adds that these cookies are one of her family’s favorites.
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Orly Shani and Paige Hemmis are showing the ladies how they can make their very own she-shed, an answer to the man cave. They paint the shed to give it a shabby chic look and inside the shed, is a space that is light and bright and more relaxing.
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Ellen K. Interview
The famous radio personality sits down with Mark and Debbie to talk about her iconic career interviewing musicians and working in the past with Ryan Seacrest and how he gave her his blessing to venture out with her own radio show. She says they still stay in close contact. When it comes to her most memorable interview, she says it was 16-year-old Justin Timberlake, years ago.
Keep Your Skin Soft This Season
Kym Douglas gives you some pointers on how to keep your skin soft this holiday season including drinking a lot of water and using tinted lip balm instead of lipstick. She also shows you how to make your own moisturizing cream.
Promising Alzheimer’s Discovery
Dr. Ken Kosik talks about a possible breakthrough in Alzheimer’s. Doctors are testing a Immunotherapy drug, which researchers hope will attack amyloid plaques in the brain before Alzheimer’s symptoms appear. The final drug test results are due in 2021.
DIY Lantern Snow Village
Ken Wingard is adding some extra decorations inside your lanterns to make them look more in the holiday-spirit when you place them outside on your front porch. He admits that the DIY can be pricey because of the cost of lanterns, but don’t be afraid to search second-hand stores for them to save money.
Check out more fun DIY insturctions at the Home & Family Pinterest Page
Hallmark Star Wars Artists
Hallmark artists Kris Gaughran and Orville Wilson visit Home & Family to talk about their new line of Hallmark Keepsakes inspired by “Star Wars.” This even includes a Death Star Topper that is controlled by remote control.
Get more at Hallmark.com/StarWars
Favorite Stocking Stuffers
Matt Rogers is showing you some of his favorite holiday stocking stuffers to give your loved ones this Christmas.
The family members all gather around and discuss the act of re-gifting for the holidays.