Actor Trevor Donovan sits down with Mark and Debbie to talk about his Hallmark Channel Original Movie, “Marry Me at Christmas,” which premieres Saturday, October 28th at 10/9c. Trevor also talks about his 2012 trip to the Nobel Peace Summit, where he got to meet President Bill Clinton and President Jimmy Carter. He describes his love for his dogs and even heads to the kitchen later on to make some peanut butter dog treats for Halloween.
Cocoa Zucchini Bread
Author of the cookbook, “Stock the Crock,” Phyllis Good is in the kitchen making a moist and delicious cocoa zucchini bread and shows you how to prepare it using your slow cooker. If you are not such a fan of zucchini, you can always substitute in raisins instead. She points out that you can always make the recipe gluten-free by using gluten-free flour.
DIY Flannel Shirt to Skirt
Orly Shani is showing you how to take an ordinary flannel shirt and turn it into a fashionable skirt. You only need a thread, grommet, pins, scissors and a sewing machine. If you need to make the skirt smaller, take the flannel in on both sides.
Author Todd Burpo visits Home & Family to talk about his best selling book, “God is Real.” The spiritual leader also shares how he delivers his most difficult questions to God. Todd also says he is fine trusting God with his unanswered prayers.
DIY Gift Box Flower Arrangements
Shirley Bovshow is showing you how to save money by making your own floral boxes at home. She explains that if you buy one at a flower shop it can cost you up to $150. In order to make our own arrangements at home, all you really need is water-proof paper or cellophane, clear waterproof tape, floral foam, water, scissors and fresh flowers.
Celebrity heath coach and author Kelly LeVeque is in the kitchen preparing the perfect winter comfort food, chicken pho. Pho is a Vietnamese soup consisting of broth, herbs and meat. She recommends using a rotisserie chicken as a time-saver.
Sharing Space with Roommates
Karen and Amanda Zuckerman talk about their business they founded, Dormify, that helps you decorate your dorm room to fit your style and personality. Today, the ladies are giving you tips on how to live with a roommate. This includes choosing neutral colors when combining styles, choosing storage bins that are color coordinated to help separate your belongings and save space by using hats as wall decor.
Ali Fedotowsky-Manno has a baby-friendly DIY today, making a squishy bag using a plastic bag, flour, water, food coloring, fake leaves, glitter, and packing tape. When you are done, just seal the bag with packing tape and you have a fun bag that will keep baby occupied for days!
Debunking Skin Care Myths
Dr. Sandra Lee is visiting Home & Family to talk about some common skin care myths including the fact that diet only plays a small part in breakouts. The self-described Dr. Pimple Popper also debunks the myth that putting toothpaste on a pimple will help reduce its size.