Actress Alison Sweeney stops by Home & Family to talk about Hallmark Channel’s upcoming Kitten Bowl, which you can catch February 4th at 12/11c. This year Alison is co-hosting the big event with actor Dean Cain. She also talks about how her own rescue dog, Winky changed her family’s life for the better. She also shares photos of the family dog.
Big Beef Rib Tacos
Adrianne Calvo of Chef Adrianne’s Vineyard Restaurant & Wine Bar is in the kitchen making some delicious tacos using beef ribs. Before getting started, pack the ribs generously with the rub. Top the tacos with pickled onions and salsa verde which you can prepare up to three days in advance. The tacos are perfect to serve for the big game on Sunday.
DIY Chalkboard Notepads
Paige Hemmis is celebrating Hallmark Channel’s Original Movie, “My Secret Valentine” with DIY chalkboard notepads. All you really need is a wooden plaque, chalkboard paint, leather strip, hot glue and wood shims. She requests a little help from the movie’s star and show guest, Andrew Walker when it comes to completing the project.
Actor Andrew Walker sits down with Mark and Debbie to talk about his Hallmark Channel Original Movie, “My Secret Valentine” which premieres on Saturday, February 3rd at 9/8c. The movie also stars Hallmark Channel star Lacey Chabert. The actor discusses how well the two got along on the set.
Founder of Raindrop Cake, Darren Wong is in the kitchen baking his famous product. You can find all the ingredients for the cake on Amazon.com or your local health food store. This cake does contain gelatin products, but Darren also prepares a vegan-friendly version of the sweet dessert, as well.
Actor and author Henry Winkler returns to Home & Family to talk about the upcoming season finale of his NBC series “Better Late Than Never,” which you can catch this Monday at 9/8c. Henry also discusses his book, “Here’s Hank: Robot on the Loose” available wherever books are sold.
Plants That Say I Love You
With Valentine’s Day right around the corner, Shirley Bovshow is introducing you to plants that are the perfect gift to say I love you. She recommends anthurium and philodendron plants, that are good in a 70-90 degree temperature range. She is also a fan of the hoya, string of hearts and bleeding hearts plants, as well.
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DIY Faux Stone Mirror
Orly Shani is showing you how to make your very own stylish faux stone mirror using photo paper, a printer and a plain circle mirror. She recommends the photo paper because it is glossy in appearance.
David and Howard Bellamy of the iconic “Bellamy Brothers” take the state to perform their hit, “Let Your Love Flow” for the audience. You can catch the brothers in their new series, “Honky Tonk Ranch” which premieres April 8th on Cowboy Channel.