Jeff B. Davis Talks about His Latest Game Show, "The Line"
Comedian and game show host Jeff B. Davis stops by to have some laughs with Cristina and Mark. He talks about his brand new game show on the Game Show Network, “The Line,” which makes its debut on Tuesday, December 23rd, 9/8c. Aside from being a comedian, Jeff also does spot-on impressions including Christopher Walken and Keanu Reeves.
You can follow Jeff on Twitter @JeffBryanDavis
Cristina is joined in the kitchen by Melissa Beyer from Utica, New York via Skype. From “Taste of Home” magazine Cristina whips up Melissa’s comfort dish titled, “Grandma’s Seafood Chowder” which
features shrimp, haddock and lots of cream!
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Kym Douglas Protects Your Winter Hands
Kym Douglas returns with helpful treatments to keep your hands hydrated and smooth during the winter weather. She suggests O’Keeffe’s Working Hands, which you can find at many drugstores, hardware stores or Bed, Bath, and Beyond shops or online. Kym also has some great ideas to keep your jewelry shining for the holiday season, including using polishing cloths.
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Shirley Bovshow Talks About Frankincense and Myrrh Plants
Garden designer Shirley Bovshow talks about the Frankincense & Myrrh plants and how they are as valuable as gold. These plants are also used for incense and the plants’ oils can be used for medicinal purposes. Both of these plants are extremely rare and now the Frankincense plant is being researched for a possible cancer treatment.
Frankincense and Myrrh plants courtesy of Orange Coast College OCCHorticulture.com
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'Unbroken's' CJ Valleroy Stops By
Actor CJ Valleroy visits Home & Family to talk about his new movie, the Angelina Jolie-directed, ‘Unbroken.’ The young actor has also been knitting hats for cancer patients since he was seven, and gives two handmade knitted caps to Mark and Cristina! You can catch CJ on the big screen when ‘Unbroken’ premieres in theaters everywhere on December 25th.
You can follow CJ on Twitter @CJValleroy
Paige Hemmis Has Some Great Hallmark Crown Store Gift Ideas
Lifestyle Design Expert Paige Hemmis has some great Hallmark Crown Store Gift Ideas for kids. Themed puzzles are easy to travel with, and Penny Paperheart sets inspire creativity. Finally, colorful and fun Christmas decorations work as great padding when wrapping the presents.
For items mentioned and more gift ideas go to Hallmark.com
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Meet the Official Tournament of Roses Royal Court
The Official Tournament of Roses Royal Court visit Home & Family to talk about the upcoming 126th Tournament Roses Parade Presented by Honda, which airs on the Hallmark Channel, Thursday, January 1st at 11am ET/8am PT. The Rose Queen Madison Triplett and the six princesses reveal fun facts about the Parade. As part of the Court, they serve the community. Paige and Ken compete as team captains in creating the best miniature float, and Queen Madison chooses Ken’s team as the winners!
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Ken Wingard Makes DIY Winter Bird Feed CookiesLifestyle Expert Ken Wingard shows you how to make DIY Winter Bird Feed Cookies, after all, not all birds fly south for the cold season. Ken suggests using beef suet or lard when making the cookies, but not to use bacon grease. You can find wild bird seed at your local pet store or online. The fat comes in handy because birds need it for the winter, and the cookies will hold together much better when they are in shady spots.
For more from Ken visit KennethWingard.com
Tanya Memme With Holiday Travel Craft BoxesMomtrepreneur Tanya Memme is back with DIY Holiday Travel Craft Boxes. You can make your own puffy paint designs by using shaving cream, white glue, flour, and food coloring. The gift boxes make great festive gifts for Christmas time.
Get more from Tanya at TanyaMemme.com
Paige Hemmis Answers Your Questions
Paige Hemmis takes the time to answer some questions from social media. One viewer wants to know how to store holiday decorations safely and easily. Paige suggests working with someone to help you wind up your holiday lights and to use twisty ties to make sure they are secure. Paige also suggests you use bread tabs to label each group of lights. Paige also suggests storing all decorations in a dry place, like a Rubbermaid bin.
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