Friday, December 21st, 2018

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Peppermint Bark - Home & Family

Peppermint Bark

Author of “The Burn Cookbook,” Jonathan Bennett is in the kitchen making a holiday favorite, peppermint bark. While preparing the bark, he talks about what it was like starring in the hit movie, “Mean Girls,” 15 years ago. Later on, the actor sits down with Cameron and Debbie to talk about his Hallmark Channel Original Movie, “Christmas Made to Order,” which premieres Sunday, December 23rd at 8/7c.

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Santa Centerpieces

Orly Shani is getting into the holiday spirit by making Santa centerpieces with store-bought Santa hats. Make sure your vase is proportioned in size to the Santa hat you are using before getting started.

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Bow Making 101

Ken Wingard is showing you how to prepare a variety of bows for your gift wrapping this year. From a flower bow to a classic one, Ken has you covered!

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Reindeer Cake - Home & Family

Reindeer Cake

YouTube star Rosanna Pansino is making a fun and colorful reindeer cake. She also shares some of her favorite holiday memories.

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DIY Giant Christmas Crackers - Home & Family

DIY Giant Christmas Crackers

Paige Hemmis is making a DIY popular in Australia, Christmas crackers. To make this, she is using cardstock and embellishments. For more rigidity, she recommends a thicker cardstock. When done, fill the crackers with candy, toys and small surprises.

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Sticky Toffee Pudding Pie

Author of “Southern Baked,” Amanda Wilbanks is making a classic holiday dessert of sticky toffee pudding pie with a homemade rum glaze. The key to getting a perfect pie crust is preparing it with super-cold ingredients, that even means placing your flour in the refrigerator beforehand.

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Michael Longoria

Broadway singer Michael Longoria hits the Home & Family stage to perform “Merry Christmas, Darling” for the audience.