"When Calls the Heart" airs Saturdays at 9/8c on the Hallmark Channel.
Cristina Cooks Heart-Shaped Zucchini Frittatas
Make some room in your heart and stomach for Cristina's heart-shaped zucchini frittatas. This recipe is great for breakfast, lunch, dinner, or an appetizer. Cristina explains why she takes the egg yolk out and demonstrates how she uses a heart-shaped mold tray for festive Valentine's themed results.
Common Children's Health Old Wives' Tales with Dr. J.J. Levenstein
Old wives tales are passed down from generation to generation. Board certified pediatrician Dr. JJ Levenstein, MD, FAAP explains why some hold very little scientific truth. Will you catch a cold if you go outside with wet hair? What really causes cavities? Does butter do more harm than good when rubbed on a burn? Does chilly or moist weather cause sickness? Is there truth to the fabled "five second rule"? Is dairy okay to consume while sick? And, the great debate between butter versus margarine. Dr. Levenstein answers all these questions and also shares tips for raising a multi-lingual child.
Actress Jane Seymour is out with a new book, "The Wave: Inspiration for Navigating Life's Changes and Challenges," in which she eloquently illustrates an analogy between crashing ocean waves and overcoming life's challenges. She also tells us why an injury is to thank for hanging up her ballet slippers to pursue a fulfilling career in acting instead. Then, the family members share very personal "wave" stories of their own.
Jane's book, "The Wave: Inspiration for Navigating Life's Changes and Challenges" is available at Kay Jewelers and benefits St. Jude Children's Research Hospital. If you are experiencing a wave in your life, write us on Facebook.com/homeandfamilyshow to tell us about it.
Please visit janeseymour.com for news on the star.
"Piece of Cake" Postcards with Jessie Jane
You've got mail! Jessie Jane crafts a postcard unlike any you've recieved before. First, she slices a carwashing sponge to be shaped like a cake. Then, she frosts the slice with collage clay and adds a styrofoam cherry on top.
Valentine's Day Gift Picks with Anya Sarre
Did you leave your Valentine's Day shopping until the very last minute? Style and trend expert Anya Sarre and her adorable son Sawyer present the perfect gifts. Whether you're shopping for your significant other, child, parent, or your dear sweet grandma, Anya and Sawyer have done all the leg work for you and selected the best of the best. For moms-to-be, Bellivita makes a cast of your pregnant belly based on the shape and a bowl is made from hand-painted porcelain or blown glass. The artists can make the bowls just by looking at a photograph, so you can get this precious family heirloom anywhere.
1. Radio Controlled Porshe is perfect for Dad, $34.99, radioshack.com
2. Tieks Flats are specially designed to fold and fit in your purse, www.tieks.com
3. Pearl earrings from Dabby Reid are perfect for Grandma, $24-28, dabbyreid.com. "Home & Family" viewers get 25% with the promo code VALENTINE2014.
4. Personalize baby jewelry at borgionis.com.
5. Takeya Flash Iced Tea Maker comes in 1 and 2 quart sizes, takeyausa.com
6. Pregnancy-Cast Bowls, bellivita.com
7. Little ties for babies from Buds 'n' Branches, budsnbranches.com
Cristina Crafts DIY Valentine's Day Candy Wreath
"Home & Family" has a wreath for just about every season and holiday. To celebrate Valentine's Day, Cristina decorates a foam circle by covering it with colorful heart candy. Then, she ties raffia to the top and adorns it with beautiful long-stemmed red roses.