Rachel Boston Visits
Actress Rachel Boston visits Home & Family to talk about her new Hallmark Channel Original Movie, “The Last Bridesmaid,” which you can watch this Saturday at 9/8c. She also brings a clip from the movie, featuring co-star Paul Campbell. Rachel shares a sweet story of rehearsing her lines from the movie on a plane ride and meeting a couple who shared their personal love story which inspired her in this role. She also gives an update on her 101-year-old Grandmother who recently traveled to Korea and surprises Rachel by calling in from Florida.
Author and blogger Leigh Ann Chatagnier is in the Home & Family kitchen today making a tasty breakfast appetizer of tomato galettes with pie dough. She recommends saving time by purchasing store-bought pie dough and bringing it to room temperature. She uses a cereal bowl to make the pie dough perfectly round. Use salt to bring out the moisture from the tomatoes to keep the pie crust from getting soggy.
DIY Pallet Summer Drink Station
Paige Hemmis is turning wood pallets into a creative fun drink station for your next party. She recommends finding cheap pallets at big box stores or your local lumber yards. She advising embracing the imperfections in your wooden pallets because it will add to the rustic charm of this DIY. When it comes to the bar top, she uses hard wood and stains it.
Lawrence Zarian is introducing you to summer shorts for every body type. From cargo shorts to bermuda shorts, he has your covered!
Look #1: Monochromatic - Items available at www.Macys.com
• Style and Co Olive Swing Fit Tank: $13.00
• BCBGeneration Dark Kiwi Tie-Waist Vest: $98.00
• Style and Co Olive Floral Printed Cargo Shorts: $23.00
• Carlos By Carlos Santana Tan Wedge Sandals: $89.00
• Zara Fuchsia Flowy Tank: $26.00
• Zara Multicolor Open Knit Sweater: $40.00
• Loft Pink Azalea Bermuda Roll Shorts: $30.00
• Zara Coral High Heeled Vinyl Sandals: $50.00
• Zara Shopper Bag: $60.00
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• Eloquii Black Square Neck Bodysuit: $45.00 or Eloquii Black Chiffon Detailed Tee: $47.00
• Eloquii Black Soft Blazer with Gathered Sleeves: $80.00
• Eloquii Camel, Paper Bag Waist Skort: $50.00
• Eloquii Black Scallop Detail Clutch: $45.00
Dr. Sonia Batra
Board-certified dermatologist Dr. Sonia Batra visits Home & Family to talk about summer skin solutions. From poisonous foliage to mosquito bites and common scrapes and cuts, the doctor has you covered with ways you can treat them!
Author of “What’s Gaby Cooking,” Gaby Dalkin is back in the kitchen and today she is making a tasty dessert of clafoutis with seasonal cherries. A common clafoutis can be made with any stone fruit. She says this dessert is easier than a pie or a crisp and more impressive. If you plan on using frozen cherries, line them on a paper towel and thaw them before baking, but fresh cherries are the way to go!
DIY Dried Fruit Heart Wreath
Ken Wingard is in the Christmas Corner getting inspired by Hallmark Movies & Mysteries Original Movie, “Hearts of Christmas,” which airs tonight at 9pm/8c, by making a dried citrus fruit heart wreath. Because you are using dried fruit for this DIY, your wreaths can last years. He recommends using dried oranges and limes and says that lemons can go brown with time. He puts the wreaths together using hot glue and you can make them as big or small as you want!
Motivational speaker Jessica Cox sits down with Cameron and Debbie to talk about what it was like being the first armless pilot. She was born without arms and shares that her family never treated her like a victim and they always surrounded her with encouragement. She also shows a video of her flight training and learning to steer with her feet.
Water Safety for Pets
Larissa Wohl is introducing you to some of her favorite pet water safety products.
Adoption Ever After
NAME: DOG: MARKIE
LOCATION: ALPHARETTA, GA
RESCUE: ANGELS AMONG US PET RESCUE
NAME: CAT: SAUCY
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RESCUE: SURF CAT RESCUE
One Pan Chicken Dinner
Debbie is back in the kitchen making pan-seared chicken with shallots, rosemary, lemons and cherry tomatoes and pairing it with a carrot and cabbage salad. This is the perfect dinner to make and enjoy while watching the premiere of Hallmark Movies & Mysteries Original Movie, “Mystery 101: Playing Dead,” which you can catch Sunday, June 23rd at 9/8c. The key to a crispy chicken is to pat it dry before cooking and set your oven on broil for the last few minutes until it is done.