Caramel Apple Nachos
Lacey Chabert visits Home & Family talk about her Hallmark Channel Original Movie, “All of My Heart: Inn Love,” which premieres October 7th at 9/8c. The actress has also been busy with her other Hallmark original movie, “The Sweetest Christmas,” which premieres on November 11th. She even stays to make her famous sweet treat: caramel apple nachos!
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DIY Tomato Cage Christmas Trees
Orly Shani is getting into the holiday spirit by showing you how to make your own Christmas tree using a tomato cage. If you are not in possession of tomato cages, you can easily find them at your local garden store. The more ornaments you add, the more festive the tree gets.
Repurposing Pot Roast
Chef Ryan Scott is taking pot roast and showing you how to turn it into ropa vieja, a delicious stew.
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Skin Tightening Treatments
Kym Douglas is giving you ingredients to make your own skin tightening treatments including egg whites, cucumbers, milk and gelatin.
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Producer, speaker and author of “The Hollywood Commandments,” DeVon Franklin sits down with Mark and Debbie to talk about his book. He also opens up about his marriage to actress Meagan Good, whom he married in 2012. You can also catch DeVon’s movie, “The Star,” when it opens on November 17th.
Fall Fashion for Men
Lawrence Zarian is introducing you to the latest fall fashions for the man in your life.
Actor Kellan Lutz visits Home & Family to talk about his new movie, “The Osiris Child: Science Fiction Volume One” and the character he plays. You can catch the film in theaters, on DirectTV, VOD and Digital HD. He even brings a clip for the audience to enjoy.
Plum Balsamic Crumble Pie
Pastry chef and author of “Delightful Desserts,” Jane Soudah is in the kitchen baking a delicious fall dessert, plum balsamic crumble pie. She adds a time-saving tip to use a food processor for the crust. If you are not a fan of plums, you can always substitute in peaches, apricots or nectarines.
Realtor Hoda Hajirnia from Bravo’s “Real Estate Wars,” visits Home & Family to offer you some tips for selling your house. She recommends investing in lighting and wood floors to get the most for your dollar. For more tips, catch Hoda every Thursday at 10/9c on Bravo.
DIY TV Cover
Ken Wingard is making his own shutters for a television set. Before getting started, he encourages you to find a design that works best for your decor and to measure the width and height of your TV.
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