Roy Choi’s Grilled Cheese
Roy Choi of “The Chef Show,” is in the kitchen making a decadent grilled cheese sandwich with four cheeses: white cheddar, yellow cheddar, gruyere and parmesan. He uses a griddle pan to make this sandwich and you want it set to a low medium heat. He says that sourdough bread is best for the flavor. They key is to not skimp with the cheese or butter when to comes to preparing this sandwich.
DIY Photo Op Frame
Orly Shani is celebrating the premiere of Hallmark Movies & Mysteries Movie, “Picture Perfect Mysteries: Newlywed and Dead,” with this fun photo op frame. Make the frame out of extra large foam core and cut the dimensions out so it resembles a Polaroid photo. She uses leftover temporary floral wallpaper to decorate the foam core because it can be easily applied.
Actor and entrepreneur Christopher Knight sits down with Debbie and Cameron to talk about his new series, “A Very Brady Renovation,” which premieres in September on HGTV, but you can also watch “Building Brady” online now at HGTV.com/Brady. He opens up about what it was like working with his former co-stars again for the show.
Kym Douglas is helping make your life easier with these helpful hacks. From cleaning your sunglasses with blotting pads to using an iron to fix a hole in your swim floaties, she has you covered!
Combining Eastern and Western Medicine
Dr. Mao Shing Ni returns to Home & Family to talk about his latest book, “Live Long, Live Strong” book, where he combines his teachings from both Eastern and Western medicine. He recommends adding ginger into your diet if you are undergoing treatment for cancer and using soy products as a way to help reduce your cancer risk. A major benefit of combining both Eastern and Western medicine is you learn how to focus on both the disease and the patient at the same time.
DIY Just Married Sign
Maria Provenzano is celebrating Hallmark Channel’s June Weddings with this beautiful sign. This DIY is perfect for the new vintage trend that is happening at weddings. After she is done making the sign, she uses magnets and glue to attach them to the back of the car. For extra decorations, she strings together old soup cans and silk flowers.
Asian Chili Lettuce Wraps
Chef Daniel Green is in the kitchen making tasty and healthy appetizers of Asian chili lettuce wraps. He starts with grilling up some lean chicken with a drizzle of olive oil. He adds a Korean chili paste for a extra spicy kick. Finally, he tops the chicken off in the pan with water chestnuts to give the wraps a crunch when eating. Use butter lettuce to build your wraps because it is nice, soft and sturdy.
Swim instructor Michelle Lang visits Home & Family to talk about swimming success and safety. She also offers tips out of her book, “A Mermaid’s Guide.” She recommends giving your child water education before signing them up for formal swim lessons. She lets parents know that one out of ten drownings take place in a bathtub, which is why water safety education is so important. She also wants you to teach your children about holding their breath underwater and learning to float to the top of a surface.
DIY Father’s Day Mug Gifts
Debbie and Cameron are here to make your Father’s Day shopping easier with the help of Hallmark. Debbie also shows you how to put together some beautiful gift bags for dad and whips up a citrus sea salt scrub that dad will love to apply to keep his skin soft and moisturized.
"Best Dad" Ceramic Mug
Vintage Musical Media 550 Piece Puzzle
DC Comics, Superman Father and Son Socks
DIY Summer Fans
Ali Fedotowsky-Manno is helping you stay cool this summer with these DIY fans. This is the perfect DIY for those who are attending outdoor parties in the heat. Each fan can be customized to the person’s taste. She makes her first fan out of fabric because it is sturdy material. The other fans are made with construction paper to make it so easy that your kids can help you out!