Monday, January 13th, 2020

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Christina Anthony Interview - Home & Family

Christina Anthony Interview
Christina Anthony plays the scene stealing character Denise, a.k.a Aunt Dede, on the ABC comedy “Mixed-ish.” The show is a pre-quel to “Black-ish” and set in the 80s. Christina admits she was ready to give up acting before her life-changing audition for “Mixed-ish.”

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Devin Alexander - German Chocolate Overnight Oats - Home & Family

Devin Alexander - German Chocolate Overnight Oats
Devin Alexander, author of “You Can Do It,” joins Cameron in the kitchen to share how you can lose weight and still have chocolate for breakfast. Devin makes her German Chocolate Overnight Oats which is decadent and diabetes friendly.

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DIY Snowflake Tablescape
Maria Provenzano is bringing the glimmering elegance of the snow outdoors to our dinner tables indoors with her DIY Snowflake Tablescape.

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Winter Skin Fixes
The winter months can be rough on our skin. Dermatologist Dr. Sonia Batra, co-host of “The Doctors,” shares ways to keep your skin healthy and hydrated.


For dry skin, hot showers and baths are extremely drying and dehydrating, even though they are especially tempting in winter months.

  • Keep showers and baths short and not too hot.
  • Use a fragrance-free body wash because detergents and perfumes can strip moisture from the skin.
  • In general, soaps that form a lot of lather are more drying.

After bathing, be sure to pat skin dry instead of rubbing. In the winter, you could be tempted to reach for a thick, rich moisturizer to combat dryness. However, a thicker lotion doesn’t always mean better.

  • When choosing a product, look for ones containing ceramides and/or hyaluronic acid. Both help form the skin’s barrier and help retain moisture. For especially itchy flare-ups, products containing colloidal oatmeal or hydrocortisone can help soothe itchiness.

Because layering clothes may be necessary in cold, winter months, stick to breathable, non-irritating materials such as cotton.

  • Avoid overheating that can lead to flare-ups.


Dry, winter months can bring about incessant runny noses that grow more and more irritated as you continuously blow your nose. The delicate skin on and around nostrils is susceptible to becoming red and chapped, making it uncomfortable to continue to blow your nose.

  • To soothe raw, irritated runny noses, apply a small dab of moisturizer or petroleum jelly on and around your nostrils to offer some relief.
  • Since irritated, chapped skin can create openings for infection-causing bacteria, wash the area with a gentle cleanser before applying ointment.
  • Petroleum jelly works to help seal your skin with a protective barrier so it can retain moisture. A very small dab around the nostrils is sufficient; inhalation of fat-based substances like petroleum jelly for prolonged periods of time can cause lung problems in rare cases.


The skin on your lips is thinner than the rest of your face, making it more susceptible to harsher winter elements.

  • Sometimes lip balms can actually have the reverse moisturizing effect. Lip balms with funky flavors and perfumes can actually irritate your skin and waxy products sometimes coat rather that hydrate dry skin.
  • If you have flaky patches on your lips, a helpful tip is to apply a little facial exfoliant to damp lips with a toothbrush, scrub gently, then follow with appropriate lip balm.
  • It’s most important to apply a rich lip balm before bed so your lips stay protected throughout the night – things with ceramides or squalene. You want to do it at night because a lot of people are running the heater, so lips get dehydrated. Also, when we sleep is when cell renewal occurs, and you’ll get maximum efficacy.
  • It’s important not to forget sunscreen, so try to use lip balm with sunscreen.

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Christan Willis – Mini Shepherds Pies
Chef Christan Willis joins Debbie in the kitchen for the first time with a miniature spin on a British classic – Shepherd’s Pie.

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Kym's Favorite Finds
Our favorite shopper Kym Douglas shares items that will help make winter warmer and brighter.

#1: Mr. Coffee Mug Warmer

#2: Suprus USB Lighter

#3: Bestkee Lightsaber Umbrella

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Pet Adoption - Pepper - Home & Family

Pet Adoption
Larissa introduces 2-month-old Pepper. She is a curious, black and fluffy cat that loves toys.

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One-year-old Baby is an overall great kitty that is active in the morning and likes to lounge in the afternoon. This baby does not mind being in a corner, especially while napping.

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DIY Screen Printed Pillows
Ken Wingard has an easy way to customize pillows to give your home a wintery touch. Ken was inspired by the Hallmark Channel Movie “Amazing Winter Romance” premiering on Monday, January 20th at 9pm/8c on Hallmark Channel.

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Nick Stellino - Pork Chops with Cannellini Beans And Arugula
Celebrity Chef and cookbook author Nick Stellino returns to the kitchen to share the secret to making the most tender, juicy and delicious pork chop you will ever eat.

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DIY Polar Bear Play Mat
We all know our littles ones love to play on the floor and Ali Manno has a DIY to make their playtime softer with a Polar Bear Play Mat.

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Cut Your Heating Costs - Home & Family

Cut Your Heating Costs
The family shares fixes to stay warm and save money during the winter months by reducing your heating costs.

Cameron's Tip: Wrap your water heater in an insolation blanket

  • Water Heater Insulation Blanket: Available at big box stores.

Kym's Tip: Add heat to your home with a slow cooker

  1. Fill your slow cooker with water
  2. Turn it on to low
  3. Let run for up to 8 hours

Ken's Tip: Insulate your curtains

  1. Cut a piece of felt to fit the back of your curtain
  2. Adhere all the way around with double stick tape