Emilie Ullerup and Aaron O’Connell
Actors Emilie Ullerup and Aaron O’Connell visit Home & Family to talk about their upcoming Hallmark Channel Original Movie, “With Love, Christmas” which premieres Wednesday, November 22nd at 8/7c. They bring a preview of the movie for the audience to enjoy. The two also share some stories from behind the scenes.
Actress Jennie Garth is in the kitchen today making a holiday classic, pecan pie. She shares photos of her family with Home & Family. When it comes to the pie, she recommends covering it in foil and baking it for 30 minutes, then taking it out, removing the foil, before baking it for 20 more.
DIY Ornament Pillows
Orly Shani is getting into the holiday spirit by making ornament pillows to help decorate your home. Make sure you have a stretchy fabric to use to cover the pillows. Use poly-fil stuffing for this DIY, where a two pound bag will cost you around four dollars. When it comes to keeping the pillowsclean, she suggests spot cleaning them.
Dr. Randall Bell
Author Dr. Randall Bell sits down with Home & Family to talk about his new book, "Me, We, Do, Be: The Four Cornerstones of Success."
Salt-Crusted Ginger Sea Bass
For those looking to prepare fish for the holidays, Chef Judy Joo of JinJuu Restaurant is making a delicious salt-crusted ginger sea bass. For those who are not a fan of sea bass, you can also substitute in branzino, snapper or even trout with the recipe.
How to Pamper Yourself for the Holidays
Kym Douglas is giving you some tips on how to take the time to breathe, unwind and rest. She introduces you to the AromaGlobe Diffuser, Gideon Quilted Shiatsu Foot Massager and a Mattress Firm mattress to help you get a restful sleep.
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Dr. Michelle Oakley
Dr. Michelle Oakley from Nat Geo Wild’s “Dr. Oakley, Yukon Vet,” sits down with Mark and Debbie to to share some of her wildest stories on the job. You can catch Michelle every Saturday at 9/8c on the Nat Geo Wild channel.
DIY Family History Tablescape
Paige Hemmis is teaming up with Ken Wingard to show you how to take old photo prints and turn them into a work of art for your tablescape. The best part is that when you are done, the photos will serve as excellent conversation starters with other family members. Print the more recent photos in a sepia tone to make them feel more vintage and dated.
Lawerence Zarian is bringing you the hottest fashions in velvet. From stylish jackets to skinny jeans, Lawrence has you covered this holiday season.