Gloria Gaynor – Cream of Turkey
Grammy award-winning singer Gloria Gaynor is not just surviving she is thriving. In addition to currently being a Grammy nominee once again for her album, “Testimony,” Gloria is passionate about cooking. She joins Cameron in the kitchen to make her Cream of Turkey Soup.
DIY Paper Chain Wall Hang
We’ve all made a paper chain at some point, but few of us have turned them into a work of art like Maria Provenzano shows us with her DIY Paper Chain Wall Hang.
Justin Turner Foundation
Los Angeles Dodger Justin Turner and his wife Kourtney visit to talk about the Justin Turner Foundation. Community involvement and the work done at the Dream Center in Los Angeles inspired the creation of the Justin Turner Foundation which partnered with the Dream Center to create housing for veterans. Additionally, the foundation continues to support children’s hospitals and more.
Find out more at JustinTurnerFoundation.com
Follow The Justin Turner Foundation on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.
Follow Justin Turner on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.
Brooke Williamson – Cheesy Filled Meatballs
“Top Chef” winner Brooke Williamson joins Debbie in the kitchen to take meatballs to the next level with her Asian inspired Cheesy Filled Meatballs.
Follow Brooke Williamson on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.
DIY Teapot Sewing Kit
Ken Wingard loves to take classic items and repurpose them. Ken shows Cameron how to combine the art of sewing with the tradition of tea time with his DIY Teapot Sewing Kit.
Follow Ken on social at @KennethWingard
Skip the Salon
Kym Douglas shares tips on how to get salon quality pampering. You’ll be able to save money and time by skipping the beauty shop with these tips and tools from Kym.
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Adoption Ever After is on the road again. Larissa is joined by Rashad Jennings, commentator for this year’s Kitten Bowl and Cat Bowl, at the Burbank Animal Shelter. They introduce 4-month-old Mr. Max, a beautiful blue Russian kitty ready to play and Gremlin, who is a total love bug with two different size ears.
Find out more about how to adopt Mr. Max & Gremlin at Burbankanimalshelter.org
Captain Blue Eyes is an adorable and friendly Himalayan cat looking for a forever home.
Find out more about how to adopt Captain Blue Eyes at Burbankanimalshelter.org
Autumn Calabrese – Baked Apple
Celebrity fitness and nutrition expert Autumn Calabrese is making a dessert we can all feel good about – Baked Apple Crisp.
Rashad Jennings on Kitten Bowl VII & Cat Bowl II
Rashad Jennings is an accomplished athlete with the NFL and a Dancing with the Stars champ. He is his lending his expertise in agility and skill as a commentator for Hallmark’s Kitten Bowl VII and Cat Bowl II. Rashad introduces some of the Kittens and Cats competing.
DIY Scarf Organizer
Ali Manno helps us unravel the mess of scarves in our closets in a beautiful way with her DIY Scarf Organizer.
Follow Ali on social at @alifedotowsky
The Family is opening viewer mail and answering your questions including; how to buy cologne, how to disinfect your cell phone and how to keep your crafting scissors sharp.
CAMERON: CHOOSING A COLOGNE
Eau De Parfum
- More expensive
- 15-40% concentration
- Lasts longer, about 6 hours
- Easy to put on too much
Eau De Toilette
- Mid-range affordable
- 5-15% concentration
- Lasts about 2 -4 hours
- Can swap new scent for daily events
Eau De Cologne
- Very affordable
- 3-8% concentration
- Not long lasting: 2 hours
- Very light scent
KYM: DISINFECTING YOUR PHONE
- Ultraviolet Sanitizer
- DIY a mixture of 60% rubbing and 40% water. Spray lightly onto a microfiber cloth and polish your phone. Never spray directly onto your phone.
MARIA: SHARPENING SCISSORS
Method #1: Take a piece of high grit sandpaper (roughly 150-200 range) and cut long strips of it off with your scissors, using the full blade. Test your scissors on a scrap piece of paper and repeat if it is not sharp enough.
Method #2: Fold over a piece of foil a few times and cut long strips of it off with your scissors, using the full blade. Test your scissors on a scrap piece of paper and repeat if it is not sharp enough.