129th Rose Parade
Leeza Gibbons visits Home & Family to talk about the 129th Rose Parade, which airs live on Monday, January 1st at 11am ET/8 am PT on Hallmark Channel. This year’s Rose Parade theme is “Making a Difference.” She also discusses former Rose Queens and introduces the audience to the new Rose Queen, Isabella. Leeza encourages viewers at home to submit their stories to how they are making a difference in their community at TournamentofRoses.com/MakingaDifference
Barbecue Pot Pie with Cheese Grits Crust
Author of “The South’s Best Butts,” Matt Moore is in the kitchen cooking up a tasty Southern treat of barbecue pot pie with cheese grits crust. You can use brisket or shredded pork as well with the pie and if desired, Matt also suggests using the grits as a side dish, too.
DIY Winter Fixes
Kym Douglas is getting you ready for the colder weather with these winter DIYS.
Actor and singer Joey Lawrence discusses his new song, “Christmas Time” and talks about his new album, “Imagine (Side A)” which is available now.
Holiday Walnut Cake
Chef and author of “Sweet & Skinny,” Marissa Churchill is in the kitchen making a scrumptious dessert of walnut cake, perfect for serving this holiday season. She also breaks down the healthy benefits to the ingredients, including the fact walnuts and olive oil are part of a heart-healthy diet.
Parker’s First Christmas
Mark Steines is joined by his wife, Julie and their baby, Parker to talk about getting ready for their daughter's first Christmas.
DIY Santa Placemats
Orly Shani is showing you how easy it is to make festive placemats just in time for Christmas.
Actor Tommy Davidson sits down with Mark and Debbie to talk about his new ABC show, “Vacation Creation,” that you can catch on Saturdays. Check your local listings on times.
Ali Fedotowsky-Manno is in the kitchen making some delicious melting snowman cookies and reindeer cookies that kids can leave out this Christmas Eve for Santa.
Last Minute Gift Ideas
Paige Hemmis is helping you out with some last-minute gift ideas with the help of T.J. Max, Marshalls and Homegoods.