Friday, November 2nd, 2018

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Erin Krakow and Wendie Malick Stop By - Home & Family

Erin Krakow and Wendie Malick

Actresses Erin Krakow and Wendie Malick visit Home & Family to talk about their upcoming new original Hallmark Movies & Mysteries movie, “Marrying Father Christmas,” which premieres Sunday, November 4th at 9/8c. The actresses also discuss their own bond they formed while filming the movie.

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Brown Sugar Baked Chicken with Grits Soufflé - Home & Family

Brown Sugar Baked Chicken with Grits Souffle

Author of “Carla Hall’s Soul Food,” Carla Hall is in the kitchen making her famous brown sugar baked chicken with homemade grits soufflé. With this particular dish, Carla recommends using chicken thighs and legs on the bone to get the best flavor. Later on, she answers frequently asked cooking questions.

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DIY Christmas Card Tree

Ken Wingard is showing you a creative way to display this year’s Christmas cards by turning them into a tree to hang on your wall. An added tip is using pliers to help shape the wire to a desired branch shape.

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Pet Road Trip Essentials

Larissa Wohl is giving you some helpful tips and suggested products to help make road tripping with your dogs easier.

Suukaa Dog Seat Cover, $29.99,

Sherpa Safety Suite, $19.90,

My Pet Pail, $59.99,

Moonta Portable Foldable Pet Playpen, $19.99,

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Nancy Naigle - Home & Family

Nancy Naigle

Author Nancy Naigle sits down with Cameron and Debbie to talk about her book, “Christmas in Evergreen.” She also discusses what life has been like since her books have been turned into Hallmark Channel movies. This includes the premiere of Hallmark Channel’s Original Movie, “Christmas in Evergreen: Letters to Santa,” which you can watch Sunday, November 18th at 8/7c.

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Santa's Whiskers Cookies - Home & Family

Santa’s Whiskers Cookies

Danielle Kartes, author of of “Rustic Joyful Food,” is baking a fun and festive treat of Santa’s whisker cookies. The key is to fold in flour and mix until it forms a crumbly but moist dough. The best part about this recipe is that the kids can get involved and help out and will have fun doing it.

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DIY Felt Pinecones - Home & Family

DIY Felt Pinecones

Maria Provenzano is taking styrofoam eggs and felt and turning them into decorative pinecones. In order to add more detail to the pinecones, cut felt pieces into a variety of sizes. A finishing touch is adding white paint to the felt pinecones to make it look like snow.

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Smart Holiday Shopping Tips

Debbie wants to make your holiday shopping easier this year and shows you ways to save money while doing it.

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One Cardigan: Three Ways

Orly Shani is showing you how to wear a stylish cardigan in three different ways.