Chris McNally and Leah Renee
Actor Chris McNally and actress Leah Renee stop by Home & Family to talk about their new Hallmark Channel Original Movie, “Sailing Into Love,” which you can watch this Saturday at 9/8c. They open up about how beautiful the Canadian scenery was while shooting the movie. A fun fact is that the movie takes place in summertime, even though it was filmed in the wintertime!
Blueberry and Lemon German Pancakes
Chef Aaron May is in the kitchen making piping hot blueberry and lemon German pancakes. He jokes that no matter how busy he is, there is always time for pancakes! Instead of the traditional pancake that is cooked on a griddle, he places his pancakes in the oven. When done baking, the pancake will be puffy and ready eat. He tops his German pancake with lemon juice and blueberries, but says you can use any seasonal fruit of your choice. If you want a sweeter version, you can always add caramel and chocolate.
DIY Suitcase Picnic Table
Paige Hemmis is showing you how to turn an old vintage suitcase into a picnic table just in time for summer. In order for this DIY to work, the suitcase needs to be made out of wood. She adds wooden legs to her opened suitcase, so it stands like a table. When it comes to keeping all your food and utensils in one place when you pack, she uses small burlap bags to keep them separated and organized and straps them in to the suitcase.
Summer Beauty Must Haves
Kym Douglas is introducing you to her favorite summer beauty must-haves.
Salmon Salad Nicoise
Chef and farmer Molly Chester visits the Home & Family kitchen to make her famous farm to table salmon salad nicoise. Before getting started, she talks about moving from the big city to the farm, all because of her rescue dog who longed for more space. She explains that all the ingredients for this salad are fresh and right off the farm. She also makes her own tangy apricot dressing to go with the salad. While preparing the salad, she shows you a clip from she and her husband’s documentary, “The Biggest Little Farm.”
Summer Porch Designs
Ken Wingard is showing you how to easily dress up your front porch three different ways. He calls the first look, “Country Garden,” by adding a rocking chair and pillows. The second makeover he calls “Pretty in Provincetown,” by adding bright summer flowers and bikes. Finally, the third makeover is “Summer Cottage,” with multiple objects scattered around.
One Summer Scarf Three Ways
Lawrence Zarian is showing you how to take an ordinary summer scarf and wear it three different ways.
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All Saints Square Cut Classic Leopard Print Scarf: $78.00
Look #1: Pareo Scarf
• West Kei Tomato Red Knit Wide Leg Jumpsuit
• Charles By Charles David Cork Wedge Sandal
• Rebecca Minkoff Black Tote
How to style scarf:
1. Fold the square into a triangle.
2. Wrap the larger end of the fabric around the waist/hip area and then gather and tie on the other end. You’ll have major flexibility here on just how much you’d like to cover up.
Look #2: Obi-Shash Scarf
• All Saints Chalk White Cotton Linen Blend Tank
• All Saints Long Line, Lightweight Linen White Cardigan
• Mother Cropped Wide-Leg Jeans
How to style scarf:
1. Lay the scarf out flat.
2. Then, in the middle of both sides, fold in triangles.
3. Continue to fold inward until you’ve created one long strip.
4. Then, take the strip, wrap around your waist and then bring the ends back around again and tie the fabric into that of an obi-sash, creating the perfect belt effect.
Look #3: The Wrap Scarf
• Eliza J Black Sleeveless Cocktail Dress
How to style scarf:
Just fold the scarf in half & then knot the 2 ends
Actor and marital artist Mark Dacascos sits down with Debbie and Cameron to talk about his new movie, “John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum,” which opens in theaters on Friday, May 17th. He stars alongside Keanu Reeves and jokes that his character puts the word “sass” in “assassin.” He brings a clip from the movie to highlight his character. He also talks about his own work with Hallmark Channel in “The Perfect Bride” and “The Perfect Bride: Wedding Bells.”
Bangkok BBQ Chicken Skewers with Red Curry Street Corn
Chef Arnold Myint from the Institute of Culinary Education is in the kitchen today making delicious Bangkok BBQ chicken skewers with red curry street corn. His recent trip to Thailand to honor his late mother is what inspired this dish. When it comes to the BBQ marinade, he uses coconut milk for a sweeter taste. Remember when you are using lemongrass to bruise it first to help release the oils. Place the chicken thighs and marinade in a Ziploc bag and let it sit in the refrigerator overnight.
DIY Golf Ball Christmas Trees
Maria Provenzano is in the Christmas Corner showing you how to make your own golf ball Christmas trees. Because real golf balls can be expensive, she uses plastic golf balls. For the base, she uses styrofoam cones, that you can find at a craft store or online. Because you are attaching the balls to the styrofoam, use your hot glue gun on a low temperature. She spray paints the balls for extra decoration. When done, she makes a tree topper out of golfing tees.