Maia and Alex Shibutani
Olympian medalists duo Maia and Alex Shibutani visit Home & Family to talk about this year’s Winter Olympics and what it was like winning the bronze in ice dancing. They also share stories of their journey to the Olympics. Maia started skating at the age of 9 and Alex at 12.
DIY Fringe Necklace and Embroidery Hoop Orbs
Orly Shani and Ken Wingard team up for these two DIYs, a fringe necklace and embroidery hoop orb. To start, you will need a statement necklace, fishing wire, an embroidery hoop and hot glue.
Petite Taqueria's Chef De Cuisine Jeff Arrieta is in the kitchen making a delicious Mexican pizza with flour tortillas. For a vegetarian version, just omit the ground beef for vegetables.
DKMS Donation Patient Meeting
Co-founder of DKMS.org Katharina Harf is joined by bone marrow recipient Natalie Nojaim and bone marrow donor Joshua Kause to talk about the importance of being a donor.
Kym Douglas is breaking down what you need to know about serums and how they work on your skin.
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Merry Madness Christmas Bracket
Learn more about Hallmark Channel’s Merry Madness Christmas Bracket as the family members walk you through how you can participate. You could win up to $10,000.
DIY Cardboard Castle
Ali Fedotwosky-Manno and Maria Provenzano team up to turn wardrobe and shipping boxes into a kid-friendly DIY cardboard castle. This project is perfect for those looking for ways to recycle old boxes around the house.
Actress Angela Robinson sits down with Home & Family to talk about her series on OWN, “Tyler Perry’s The Haves and the Have Nots.” She also shares photos from her time in the Broadway play, “The Color Purple,” and from meeting Oprah Winfrey.
Executive chef of Soby’s restaurant, Rodney Freidank is in the Home & Family kitchen making a seafood favorite, crab cakes with homemade maque choux, which is a warm corn dish made with peppers and onions. He also adds a little tip that if you substitute fresh herbs for dried ones, double up on the amount what the recipe calls for.
Author of “100 Days to Brave,” Annie Downs opens up about her book which she hopes will help readers find the courage to live life to the fullest. She challenges all of her readers to practice one act of courage a day for 100 days. You can find “100 Days to Brave” anywhere books are sold.