Banana Loaded Cream Pie
Tracy Pollan is in the kitchen making a decadent dessert, banana loaded cream pie with a homemade graham cracker crust. The recipe is from her second cookbook, “Mostly Plants.” If you don’t have time to make your own pie crust, you can easily use a store-bought one, instead. Because the recipe has only a handful of ingredients, anybody can make this at home! Let the pie set for at least three hours before serving.
DIY Wedding Tablescapes
Maria Provenzano and Ken Wingard team up to celebrate Hallmark Channel’s June Weddings by making their own wedding tablescapes. Today, their DIYs are being inspired by the premiere of Hallmark Channel’s Original Movie, “Wedding at Graceland.” Maria’s tablescape is more elegant with pearl napkin rings and pearl table frames. Meanwhile, Ken is making his tablescape have a more outdoorsy look with moss, wooden candelabras and other natural materials.
Josh and Christi Straub
Authors Josh and Christi Straub sit down with Cameron and Debbie to talk about their new book, “What Am I Feeling?” They hope their children’s book will help explain how children can manage big feelings in their little bodies. They also demonstrate a feelings chart and how you can incorporate it into your child’s life.
Ali Fedotowsky-Manno is in the kitchen making sweet and savory fruit kabobs with homemade sauces. The kabobs are perfect to serve at your next party because they will cure both sweet and savory cravings. She also suggests getting older kids involved with helping you with prepping the ingredients.
Love of Linen
Lawrence Zarian is introducing you to the hottest looks when it comes to linen and fashion.
LOOK #1 DETAILS:
• Zara Sky Blue Off the Shoulder 100% Linen Top: $40.00
• Zara Light Blue Mom Fit Jeans: $40.00
• Zara Natural Jute Platform Wedge: $70.00
• Zara Round Woven Basket Bag: $30.00
LOOK #2 DETAILS:
• Eloquii White Tie Front, Fit and Flare Linen Blend Dress: $64.00
• Zara Natural Jute Tote Bag: $30.00
• Michael Michael Kors Pale Gold Platform Wedge Sandal: $99.00
LOOK #3 DETAILS:
• Zara Linen Blend Ecru and Green Floral Print Rustic Wrap Top: $40.00
• Zara Linen Blend Ecru Wide Leg Pant: $70.00
• Zara Vinly Clear Sandal: $50.00
• Zara Colorful Shell Mint Hoop Earrings: $19.90
Potato Dumplings with Spring Roots
Author of “The Farmhouse Chef,” Jamie DeMent is in the kitchen making a hearty recipe of potato dumplings with spring roots. She points out that this dish is something you can serve as a main dish or as a side. You can also add ham or bacon to the dumplings for even more flavor. This dish was influenced by Jamie’s trip to Prague to visit her daughter, who was studying abroad at the time. When serving, put the cooked dumpling in your bowl and spoon the broth over and eat.
Packard the Cat
Larissa Wohl is joined by Samantha Bell of Best Friends Los Angeles to talk about Packard the Cat, who helps shy cats in the shelter open up. Packard also acts as a foster by caring for kittens have have been abandoned by their mothers. Samantha shares the story of rescuing Packard and helping him get a life-saving surgery. Today, he pays it forward by helping groom and care for other kittens in the shelter.
Adoption Ever After
NAME: KITTENS- LUKE MAXI AND LULU
LOCATION: OXNARD, CA
RESCUE: SURF CAT RESCUE
RESCUE: CARING FOR CATS
Amy Marella is back and getting into the wedding spirit with these DIY corsages. She is showing you how to save money by making your own in a variety of colors and styles. She incorporates jewelry into some of the corsages and then shows you how to make a more traditional one that your grandma will love! She stresses that the most important key to putting together corsages is prepping your flowers ahead of time.
CPR and AED Awareness Week
Los Angeles Fire Department Captain Branden Silverman visits Home & Family to talk about how the beginning of June is always CPR and AED Awareness Week. He explains the importance of knowing CPR. He also introduces you to PulsePoint, an app that provides life-saving assistance to cardiac victims. He brings out a certified dummy so the family members can practice his CPR moves on it.
DIY Stamped Book Decor
Paige Hemmis is in the Christmas Corner making fun stamped book decor for your house. She explains that this is a great DIY to help use old textbooks you may have laying around the house. You can also find old hard covered books at your local thrift store. When done with your covers, arrange the books in ascending order for them to look more appealing on your mantle or table.