The Hollywood Candy Girls
Jackie Sorkin of “The Hollywood Candy Girls,” is in the kitchen making fun Halloween-themed Monster Mash Candy and refreshing mocktail. Have toothpicks handy to help drag the chocolate to make it look like spikes of hair on the “monsters.” When done, serve in a clear mug for the full effect.
There I Go Again
Emmy-winning actor/author William Daniels and Emmy-winning actress Bonnie Bartlett sit down to talk about their book, “There I go Again,” which is currently available at bookstores everywhere. Bill and Bonnie talk about getting married in 1951 and raising three children. Both actors won their Emmys for their roles on the 1980’s drama “St. Elsewhere” where they played husband and wife for six seasons.
Hats for Fall
Lawrence Zarian is bringing you the latest in fall hat fashions.
DIY Boarded Up Doors and Windows
Mark is showing you how to board your doors and windows up at your house with this fun Halloween-thmemed DIY. All you really need a ribbon, foam board, a ruler, brown spray paint, Gorilla Glue, an x-acto knife and thumbtacks. Using the ruler, you can give the foam board a more jagged, rustic look. While using the spray paint on the foam, it will give it a more distressed look.
“PUP” Airport Program
Larissa Wohl is joined by Heidi Huebner of the “PUP” Airport Program to talk about how pets can offer emotional support for airplane passengers. The program stands for “Pets Unstressing Passengers.” Heidi’s “PUP” program brings dogs to LAX Airport to help them calm nervous passengers. The program accepts both pure breeds and rescue dogs.
Actress Lauren Ash visits Home & Family to talk about her comedy, “Superstore,” which you can catch Thursdays at 8/7c on NBC. The actress talks about her character and her recent love interest on the show. She also talks about the fun she with the cast and shares photos from the set.
Chef Maynard Llera
Executive chef of “The H Wood Group,” including restaurants The Nice Guy and Delilah, Maynard Llera is in the kitchen making a delicious blue crab arancini. He points out that if you are not a fan of crab, you can substitute in smoked trout or mackerel. He also offers up an extra tip to freeze the rice balls first before cooking so they don’t fall apart.
DIY Christmas Glassware
Orly Shani is getting you ready for the holidays with this fun and festive DIY, Christmas glassware using cling vinyl, glassware, paint and pens. You can find cling vinyl at your local craft store. Before getting started, make sure your glassware is free of dust in order for the cling vinyl to work.