Key Lime Bars with Macadamia Crust
Author of “What Can I Bring?,” Elizabeth Heiskell is in the kitchen making her famous key lime bars with macademia crust. When selecting limes for this dish, look for ones with smooth skin. If you are not a fan of macadamia nuts, you can always substitute in almonds.
Professional dancer Sharna Burgess of ABC’s “Dancing with the Stars” visits Home & Family to talk about the competition series. You can catch Sharna’s next performance with her partner Josh Norman live this Monday at 8/7c.
DIY Pineapple Lampshade
Maria Provenzano is showing you how to make your very own pineapple lampshade using a plastic soda bottle, plastic spoons, a glue gun, small lamp, spray paint, chandelier shades, LED light bulb and wire cutters. To create a pineapple look, she recommends using spray paint because it dries faster and won’t streak.
Debbie is in the kitchen making a classic New Orleans sandwich called the muffuletta. Because the sandwich has so much filling, she recommends hollowing out some of the bread from the interior. Any kind of olive will work when making the relish.
DIY Floral Perfumes
Shirley Bovshow is showing you how easy it is to make your own floral perfumes. She explains that enfleurage is a natural way of extracting oils from flowers. Make sure you get all the oil out of your final mixture.
Choreographer and author Mia Michaels visits with Mark and Debbie to talk about her new book, “A Unicorn in a World of Donkeys.” She describes it as a guide for all the exceptional, excellent misfits out there.
Breakfast Chia Pudding
Author of “Meal Prep Your Way to Weight Loss,” Nikki Sharp is preparing her famous breakfast chia pudding. For added flavor, she recommends adding bee pollen or goji berries, which also have their own health benefits. Prepare the pudding the night before, let it sit overnight, then enjoy in the morning.
The Power of Planning
Bob Gunia, Senior Vice President at Physicians Mutual, sits down with Mark and Debbie to talk about the power of planning when it comes to your funeral and how life insurance can help.
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DIY Christmas Paint Brushes
Paige Hemmis is getting into the holiday spirit by showing you how to make your own Christmas paint brushes. To remove residue from old paint brushes, she recommends soaking them in hot water or turpentine.