Actress Sarah Edmonson sits down with Mark and Debbie to talk about her Hallmark Channel Original Movie, “At home in Mitford,” which re-airs on September 8th, at 2/1c. The actress also talks about her instant friendship she developed with Andie McDowell while on set, while her other co-star, Cameron Mathison had a “who is healthier? competition.
Sweet Potatoes: Two Ways
Ali Fedotowsky-Banno returns to the kitchen and this time she is cooking delicious sweet potatoes in two different ways: in tacos and for a baby. For sweet potato tacos, you can make them tacos vegan or use real mayonnaise when blending the avocado crema. When preparing the sweet potatoes for a baby, sprinkle cinnamon on top for some extra-sweetness.
Check out more delicious recipes at the Home & Family Pinterest Page
Make Your Makeup Last All Day
Kym Douglas is giving you tips on how to make your makeup last all day long. This includes blotting your face after applying moisturizer and foundation. She also recommends using a setting spray to lock in your final look. When applying translucent powder, use a wet beauty blender.
Get more from Kym at KymDouglas.com
The Texas Tenors
JC Fisher, Marcus Collins and John Hagen hit the Home & Family stage to talk about their upcoming album, “Rise.” The trio also discuss what is has been like touring internationally and they even filmed a recent concert that you should check your local listings for tune-in.
Floral Lighted Art
Maria Provenzano is showing you how to make your own artwork using a frame, garden fence, faux flowers, staple gun and lights. She recommends using plastic garden fencing because it is easier to cut. You can find the fencing at your local hardware store. The total cost of this DIY will run you around $50.
Check out more from Maria at FromScratchWithMaria.com
DIY Potluck Buffet
Home entertainment expert Fran Berger is giving you tips on how to host a potluck buffet. This includes wrapping silverware in a napkin, using cards to identify the foods and properly assign guests a dish to bring.
Therapist Marcia Brandwynne visits Home & Family to discuss encore careers. She talks about her own experience with her career, starting out as a news anchor then contemplating new career opportunities when she hit her 50’s. This resulted in Marcia going back to school and getting her master’s degree in psychology at the age of 69. Dr. JJ and Fran Berger also open up about their experiences with encore careers, as well.
Macadamia Crusted Chicken with Asparagus
Nutritionist Lola Berry is in the kitchen preparing a delicious dish of macadamia crusted chicken with asparagus. She also talks about the health benefits of the dish, including the fact that macadamia nuts have the same good fats you can find in olive oil. One more tip when cooking is to sear chicken breasts on medium heat before oven baking.
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How to Travel with Style
Blogger Becca Tilley is giving you some helpful tips on how to travel in style. Becca also has Paige, Ali and Kym model some of the stylish outfits that she recommends.
Raising a Reader
Dr. JJ is explaining the importance of raising your children to be readers. She recommends using books to point out letters, colors and objects to your child. She also wants parents to find as many opportunities as possible to read to their children. Parents can also request reading evaluations from their local public school.
Get more from Dr. JJ at CallingDoctorJJ.com
DIY Santa Mailbox
Paige Hemmis is getting your kids ready for the holidays by showing you how to make your own mailbox for Santa. She encourages you to get as creative as you want, using your favorite colors and embellishments.
Get more from Page at PaigeHemmis.com