Candace Cameron Bure
Actress Candace Cameron Bure sits down with Mark and Debbie to talk about the holidays and what they mean to her. Candace knows a thing or two about Christmas considering she has starred in five Hallmark Channel movies. Her next role has her playing identical twins in “Christmas Sister Swap.” The holidays are also about giving back and every year, Candace volunteers at homeless shelters.
Fig Balsamic Duck Stuffed with Cornbread
Chef Wayne Elias of “Crumble Catering” is back and today he is making a mouth-watering dish of fig balsamic duck stuffed with homemade cornbread. Remember to wash and dry the duck thoroughly to get rid of all of the blood. When done, let the duck rest for ten minutes before carving.
Get more from Wayne at CrumbleCatering.com
DIY Peppermint Candy Rug
Orly Shani is taking a rug, stencil, template, spray paint, foam core sheet, x-acto knife, tape and ruler and turning the items into a fun peppermint candy rug. For a more realistic look, use red, white and pink spray paint as your colors.
Christmas Hand Bells
Award-winning handbell soloist Christine Anderson visits Home & Family to demonstrate her talents for the audience. She performs the holiday favorite, “Jingle Bell Rock.”
Lawrence Zarian is is taking fashion questions from social media.
Etiquette expert Elaine Swann stops by Home & Family to inform you about some of the do’s and don’ts of the holiday season. Ideas include giving your children’s teachers a card or gift card, but never cash, and always asking homeowners if it is okay to post photos on social media from their holiday parties. Finally, never thank someone for a gift through a social media post.
Hottest Christmas Toys for 2017
Matt Rogers is joined by his son, Brayden to break down the hottest toys to be on the look out for this Christmas. Toys include a Cozmo Robot and Transformers Optimus Prime Voice Changer Helmet.
Christmas Chocolate Bark
Debbie is back in the kitchen taking dark chocolate, white chocolate and peppermint candy and turning it into a delicious holiday treat. You can always crush the candy using a meat tenderizer to make it easier to spread as a topping.
Holiday Home Health and Safety Checklist
Dr. JJ is here to help you out with a checklist to make sure your home is safe and sound for the holidays. She points out the importance of this, since 250 injuries happen every day in households during the holidays. Make sure you clean your chimney before you use fireplace and and be sure to keep small ornaments out of the reach of children.
DIY Santa Cookie Canister
Maria Provenzano has the perfect DIY to help you store all those delicious holiday cookies, a Santa canister. The best part is that this DIY project will only cost you ten dollars!
Check out more fun DIY projects at the Home & Family Pinterest Page