Rachael Leigh Cook
Actress Rachael Leigh Cook sits down with Mark and Debbie to talk about her new Hallmark Channel Original Movie, “Frozen in Love,” which premieres Saturday at 9/8c. She also brings a highlight for the audience to enjoy. The actress also opens up about what it was like working with such a fun and talented cast.
DIY Ear Muffs
Orly Shani is keeping you warm this winter with some DIY ear muffs using a headband, faux fur, fabric glue, pillow stuffing and felt. Not only will the ear muffs protect your ears, they also look fashionable.
Beef and Butternut Squash Stew
Lifestyle expert Lizzy Mathis is in the kitchen making the ultimate dish to warm you up, beef and butternut squash soup. While combining the ingredients, Lizzy points out that any hearty squash will work and to not add the beef into the soup until twenty minutes before the end of cooking the soup, so you don’t overcook the meat.
From Snow Day to Spa Day
Kym Douglas is giving you some easy DIYs that you can do at home to create a spa day out of a snow day. This includes making your own snow soap, cucumber spray and providing you a recipe for a refreshing facial.
Get more from Kym at KymDouglas.com
Singer Travis Greene hits the Home & Family stage to perform his song, “You Waited.”
Fried Chicken Sliders
Chef and founder of “Daddy’s Chicken Shack,” Pace Webb is in the Home & Family kitchen making mouth-watering fried chicken sliders with homemade slaw. Her secret is doubling up the batter to make the chicken extra thick and crispy.
The Pie Life
Best selling author and work/life expert Samantha Ettus visits Home & Family to talk about her new book, “The Pie Life,” currently available at all major bookstores.
DIY Window Valances
Ken Wingard is unveiling the newly designed Home & Family media room and adding a DIY valence. When done, Ken encourages you to create a more cozy feel by adding three points of light to the room.
Get more from Ken at KennethWingard.com
Healthy Cooking Hacks
Fitness director Jen Ator is giving you some helpful cooking hacks to make your life easier.
Planning for Christmas 2018
Maria Provenzano is giving you some money-saving tips to make your 2018 Christmas budget-friendly. This includes buying your holiday decorations now, since most are up to 70% off in stores in the month of January. She also recommends shopping for stocking stuffers, because they can be used for party favors all year long.