Holiday Home Decorating Kickoff
Ken Wingard is giving you tips on re-decorating with the help of Balsam Hill. He advises you to choose a solid color scheme to go with the entire room. He also explains the Holiday Home Decorating Kickoff and how you can enter to win.
Banana Whoopie Pies
Pastry chef and owner of “Sheila Mae,” Danielle Keene is in the kitchen making a delicious dessert of banana whoopie pies with homemade peanut butter filling. To keep the filling all together, she adds cold cream cheese to the recipe. In order for this recipe to be successful, you must use ripe bananas.
Trevor Donovan Stops By
Actor and author Trevor Donovan stops by to talk about his new book, “Love Always, Dogbert & Tito,” that dog owners will love.
DIY Beaded Chandelier
Maria Provenzano is putting together a beautiful beaded chandelier using an old lampshade, wood beads and natural twine. She encourages you to get creative by using a variety of sizes in beads and whatever sized lightbulb you choose.
Kym Douglas is showing you how to make your own exfoliating hand and foot scrub using figs and shredded coconut. She also shows you how to take fig skins and oatmeal and turn it into a moisturizing hand and foot mask.
Poached Salmon with Cucumber and Tomato Salad
Host of “America’s Test Kitchen,” Julia Collin Davison is in the kitchen showing you how prepare a delicious poached salmon and pairing it with a flavorful cucumber and tomato salad.
Actress Annie Starke sits down with Cameron and Debbie to talk about her movie, “The Wife.” She also opens up about about what it was like to work with her mother, acclaimed actress Glenn Close.
DIY Christmas Bibs
Ali Fedotowsky-Manno is getting into the holiday spirit by taking ordinary bibs and turning them into something fun and festive. When it come to washing the bibs, spot clean them using a damp cloth.
Corned Beef Hash
Author of “Honey Salt: A Culinary Scrapbook,” Elizabeth Blau is preparing a breakfast treat, corned beef hash with an easy frittata. When making the potatoes, get the perfect texture by starting them in cold water.