DIY Fence Stocking Holder
Ken Wingard is getting into the holiday spirit with this DIY, a fence stocking holder. He recommends if you are plan on hanging this holder from a wall, make sure it stays secure with a french cleat.
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Actress Cerina Vincent visits Home & Family to talk about her Disney Channel series, “Stuck in the Middle,” which has its season three premiere on December 8th at 8/7c. She also stays to bake her famous chocolate-covered cherry cookies.
Stain Removal Hacks
Kym Douglas is giving you some tips on how to remove stains, including using ice and a butter knife to remove fallen candle wax and removing coffee stains with dish soap and rubbing alcohol.
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Holiday Safety Tips for Pets
Larissa Wohl is proving you some holiday safety tips that all pet owners should follow. This includes knowing that poinsettia, holly and mistletoe are all toxic to animals. You should also keep tinsel out of reach from your pets. It is also important to know the location of your closest vet, in case you have an emergency.
Roasted Chicken with Caramelized Lemons, Tomatoes and Olives
Chef and owner of One Potato, Catherine McCord is in the kitchen preparing a delicious roasted with chicken with caramelized lemons, tomatoes and olives along with maple roasted vegetables. She also recommends adding fennel, onions, shallots and brussels sprouts for even more flavor.
“Wrapped in Red” Fashions
Lawrence Zarian is giving you the hottest looks in red that you can sport this holiday season.
Kate Lambert and Caitlin Barlow
Actresses Kate Lambert and Caitlin Barlow sit down with Mark and Debbie to talk about their TV Land sitcom, “Teachers,” which airs Tuesdays at 10/9c. In the series, Kate plays Ms. Watson and Caitlin plays “Ms. Cannon.”
DIY Baby Food Christmas Trees
Ali Fedotowsky-Manno is celebrating baby today by making a DIY baby food Christmas tree using baby food jars, jewelry glue, wood base, drill and small LED lights. When it comes to drilling the holes, just a drill or a hammer and nail.
Fried Mashed Potato Cakes
Debbie is in the kitchen showing you a delicious recipe for your leftover mashed potatoes, fried mashed potato cakes. By adding eggs, cheese and flour, you will help the potatoes form into cakes. If the cake looks to wet, you should add more flour .