Actress Kimberly Williams-Paisley visits Home & Family to talk about her new Hallmark Movies & Mysteries Movie, “Darrow & Darrow: In the Key of Murder,” which premieres Sunday, May 6th at 7/6c. The movie also stars Tom Cavanagh and Wendie Malick. She even brings a clip for the audience to enjoy.
Roll in the Hay Snack Cakes
Executive pastry chef and owner of Cake Monkey Bakery, Elizabeth Belkind is in the kitchen making her tasty treat of roll in the hay snack cakes. For the best flavor, add fresh lime juice to the buttercream.
Aja Tashijian of AdoptAClassroom.org is joined by language arts teacher Whitney Upshaw, high school music director David W. Lee and elementary school teacher Dr. Jakeisha Gibson. Today they are talking about Aja’s program that helps people donate supplies to classrooms.
DIY Hot Air Balloon Photo Op
Mark is showing you how to create the perfect hot air balloon photo op for your next photography session. Just remember to avoid using hot glue on the beach ball. The rope and fishing net are brought in to bring the hot air balloon to life in the photograph.
Picking the Right Trees
Shirley Bovshow is showing you what kind of trees you should be growing given the size of your yard and what season it is. She recommends looking at the growth rate when determining the sizes of the tree to purchase. She also points out that spring is the best time to be purchasing and planting trees for your yard.
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Chicken Lettuce Wraps with Herbed Yogurt Sauce
Chef Maiki Le is in the kitchen making a delicious appetizer of chicken lettuce wraps with homemade herbed yogurt sauce. To save time, you can make the yogurt sauce up to three days in advance.
Actress Andrea Bourdeaux sits down with Mark and Debbie to talk about her CBS series, “NCIS: LA” which you can watch Sundays at 9/8c. She also shares photos from the set.
Lawrence Zarian is helping you with your basic fashion fixes.
DIY Christmas Wreath
Paige Hemmis is getting into the holiday spirit by making her own clothes pin Christmas wreath. Pain the clothes pins with holiday colors before attaching them to the wire wreath.