“Sense, Sensibility & Snowmen” Star Luke Macfarlane
Luke Macfarlane plays Edward, the CEO of a toy company, in the new movie “Sense, Sensibility & Snowmen.” The movie is loosely based on the Jane Austen novel, “Sense & Sensibility” and if you watch closely you will pick up on references to the novel. Luke also talks about the one Christmas toy that got away from him as child.
“Sense, Sensibility & Snowmen” premieres Saturday, November 30th at 9pm/8c on Hallmark Movies & Mysteries.
“A Christmas Duet” Stars Chaley Rose and Rome Flynn
Chaley Rose and Rome Flynn visit with a preview of their new movie, “A Christmas Duet,” which follows two singers who reconnect after recording a hit Christmas song. The duo has great chemistry and perfect harmony as they sing in the movie.
“A Christmas Duet” premieres Monday November 25th at 8pm/7c on Hallmark Channel.
Cocker Spaniel Beau is 14 years young with a cute little frosted face.
Brussels / Pug mix puppy Winston is an adorable little lover with a lot of energy.
Holiday Home Decoration Sweepstakes
Ken visits the Holiday Home Decorating Sweepstakes winner and shares a preview of the special reveal. Be sure to catch the reveal on Saturday, November 30 at 10pm/9c right after the premiere of “Christmas in Rome.”
Sarah Farmer – Holiday Stollen
Fruit cakes and sweet breads are hallmarks of Christmas baking. "Taste of Home" Culinary Directior Sarah Farmer joins Cameron in the kitchen to make a beautiful Christmas classic - a Holiday Stollen.
Dress to impress without sacrificing comfort. Lawrence has put together three amazing looks to help you get through the Holiday season in comfy and chic styles. The key looks include an A-line dress, a wrap dress and a sheath dress.
LOOK #1: THANKSGIVING DRESS
• Catherine’s, Reflecting Pond Duet Scarf Dress
• Vegan Leather Jacket
Look available at catherines.com
LOOK #2: CHRISTMAS DRESS
• Lane Bryant Venetian Red Mixed Fabric Faux Wrap Fit & Flare Dress
Look available at lanebryant.com
LOOK #3: NEW YEAR'S EVE DRESS
• Lane Bryant Foil Print Sheath Dress
Look available at lanebryant.com
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Ken shows three different ways to decorate your mantle this season. Ken loves designing a great look for an affordable price. He shows how to get the most “Whoa for your dough.”
You can get your home Holiday ready with the Big Lots décor collections including Elegant Wonder, Tinsel Town, and Starry Night.
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Grey Frey – Portuguese Clams with Saffron Bread
Chef Greg Frey gets creative with your average weeknight dinner and makes Portuguese Clams with Saffron Bread. Best part is you can make this dish in 20 minutes.
Shirley answers viewer questions from how to get rid of garden pests to how to hang and package bird seed. Below are a few key takeaways for your garden.
1. Beneficial insects can be our friends; they are not all bad!
2. Look for the good bugs at your local garden center - they will always be in a refrigerator.
3. Unleash friendly bugs in springtime.
Hallmark Keepsake Ornament Reveal – Season's Treatings
Lawrence reveals the Day 22 Hallmark Keepsake Ornament, Season's Treatings, from the ornament advent calendar.
1000 Places to See Before You Die
Best-selling NY Times author and travel journalist Patricia Shultz tells Debbie and Cameron about her new book, “1000 Places to See Before You Die.” The book originally came out in 2003 and has been updated to capture the gorgeous beauty of the places around the world that are worth visiting.
Maria Provenzano’s Cranberry Curd with Gingerbread Scones
Maria Provenzano was inspired by the new original Hallmark Channel movie “Christmas at the Plaza” to create a pastry perfect for High Tea - Gingerbread Scones. Instead of using a traditional lemon curd for her high tea treat, Maria is using a cranberry curd.
“Christmas at the Plaza” premieres Thursday, November 28th at 8pm/&c on Hallmark Channel.
Acts of Kindness
Inspired by Tom Hank’s portrayal of Mr. Rogers in, “A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood,” Shirley, Maria and Ken share how our small acts of kindness are making a big difference in the world.
Ken’s 6-year-old daughter helped to gather enough food donations to feed 12 families.
Maria’s son washed and donated blankets to a local animal shelter.
Shirley teaches those unable to afford organic food how to grow their own and says, “love is action” so we need to show it.
Be sure to catch “A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood” in theaters now.
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