Baked Alaska Tart
Chef/restauranteur/author Sherry Yard is in the kitchen making a delicious dessert of baked alaska tart with homemade chocolate sauce. When stirring the sauce, she recommends not aerating the chocolate to make it thicker and denser. Sherry also talks about what it is like being the COO of iPic Theaters and Tuck Room restaurants.
Actor Bobby Campo sits down with Mark and Debbie to talk about his Hallmark Channel Original Movie, “Sharing Christmas.” He even brings a clip of the movie for the audience. Bobby also shares photos from his holiday and his own childhood photos with Santa.
DIY Recycled Christmas Card Tree
Paige Hemmis is helping you recycle your old Christmas cards and turn them into a DIY tree. To keep the cards all in place, she recommends using hot glue instead of tacks.
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Making a Rose Parade Float
Shirley Bovshow is taking you behind the scenes to show you all that goes into place when putting together a Rose Day Parade float.
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New Year’s Eve Appetizers
Chef and owner of Stella Barra and Summer House restaurants, Jeff Mahin is back making some delicious appetizers. Today he is whipping up a bloody mary and poached shrimp shooters and pairing them with parmesan cups and caesar salad. Finally, Jeff makes a delicious arancini with pepper jack cheese.
Pet Adoption Sources to Avoid
Larissa Wohl is providing you with pet adoption sources to avoid including pet stores that sell puppy mill pets and using breeding operations. She also cautions you to avoid Craigslist as a source to find a pet. She recommends GetYourpet.com and Petfinder.com as two reputable sites to rescue a pet. Remember to take the time to find the right pet for you.
Bernard David Jones
Actor Bernard David Jones visits Home & Family to talk about his new ABC sitcom, “The Mayor,” which airs Tuesdays at 9:30/8:30c. The actor also shares stories from the set and photos.
DIY Family Countdown
Ken Wingard is getting into the New Year’s Eve spirit by making a DIY countdown using balloons, confetti, strips of paper, helium, a poster board and ribbon. This DIY is perfect of the family because kids can help fill the balloons with glitter to make it extra festive.