Brooke Burns and Bruce Boxleitner
Actor Bruce Boxleitner and actress Brooke Burns visit Home & Family to talk about their upcoming Hallmark Movies & Mysteries Movie, “Gourmet Detective: Eat, Drink and Be Buried” which you can watch on Sunday, October 8th at 9/8c. After their interview, they get a special surprise: a video taped message from co-star Dylan Neal!
Cinnamon Roll Breakfast Bread Pudding
Chef and owner of Stella Barra and Summer House, Jeff Mahin is in the kitchen preparing a mouth-watering bread pudding that tastes like cinnamon rolls with homemade frosting. He recommends adding raisins, nuts, pumpkin spices, Mexican chocolate or fresh fruit to make it even more decadent. You can even make this dish a whole day in advance before serving.
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DIY Baby Busy Board
Paige Hemmis and Ali Fedotowski-Manno team up for this DIY, making a busy board for babies. It has been proven that busy boards help encourage and stimulate brain development in babies and they are easy to personalize to items your baby likes.
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Ford Warriors in Pink
Actress Emilie Ullerup of “Chesapeake Shores,” is here to show you the latest apparel from Ford Warriors in Pink. Items are currently available on their website, FordCares.com, where 100% proceeds benefit breast cancer charities. Ford has dedicated over $133 million to help those with breast cancer. Don’t forget to watch Emilie this Sunday on the season two finale of “Chesapeake Shores,” on Hallmark Channel at 9/8c.
Parenting and lifestyle expert Erika Katz talks about her new bestselling book, “Coach Parenting,” and provides parenting tips that have worked or her. Erica turned to NFL football players for advice on how to use coaching techniques when raising teenagers. These told her to set goals and make a clear schedule and make sure they stick to it. She also advises getting your teenagers involved in faith-based groups.
DIY Pumpkin Beauty
Kym Douglas is giving you some beauty DIY recipes using pumpkin. Today she is making a hair mask and her own bath bombs. Both will leave you smelling delicious!
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Roasted Root Vegetables with Four Danish Cheeses
Cookbook author Caroline Fleming is in the kitchen today showing you how to properly prepare roasted root vegetables and pair them with four Danish cheeses. The Danish noble and TV personality also talks about her own cookbook, “Cook Yourself Happy: The Danish Way,” which is currently available online. When it comes to making this dish, use whatever root vegetables are in season.
Actor Lonnie Chavis sits down with Mark and Debbie to talk about his character in NBC’s drama, “This is Us, “ which you can catch Tuesdays at 9/8c. Lonnie plays the child version of Sterling K. Brown’s character, Randall Pierson. He also most recently won a MTV TV Award for his acting.
Pine Tree Tea
Shirley Bovshow is showing you how to make your own tea using pine tree needles. When you are done, you can use the needles as mulch for potted plants. Just remove the needles from the branch, cut the brown tip where the needle connects to the branch, rinse and pat dry, cut the needles into small pieces and crush with a spoon to release oils, place in your cup and steep for 15 minutes then enjoy! You can always add honey or lemon, as well.
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DIY Reindeer Logs
Orly Shani continues to get you prepared for the holidays! Today she is making DIY rustic reindeer logs for your home decor. All you need is bailing wire to turn into antler shapes, paint, jingle bells and ribbon and a lot of imagination!
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