Actress Joy Lenz visits Home & Family to talk about her upcoming Hallmark Channel Original Movie “Royal Matchmaker,” which premieres Saturday, March 24th at 9/8c. She also discusses what it was like filming the movie in a real life Romanian castle.
Huggy Buggy Bread Pudding
Host and author Aarti Sequeira is back in the kitchen and today she is making her famous coconut cashew bread pudding. If you are not a fan of coconut milk, you can always substitute in heavy cream, instead. Aarti’s recipe stands out because she uses traditional Indian spices like cinnamon, cardamom and ginger.
Actor John Corbett sits down with Mark and Debbie to talk about his new movie, “God’s Not Dead: A Light in the Darkness,” which opens in theaters on March 30th.
Feta and Lamb-Stuffed Artichokes
Debbie is in the kitchen preparing a delicious Greek dish of feta and lamb-stuffed artichokes. Before getting started, make sure you trim off and discard the spiky tops of the artichoke leaves and remove the toughest 3-4 outer layers of the artichoke.
Author Scott Hamilton sits down with Home & Family to talk about his new book, “Finish First,” which is about understanding what you have to offer to the world. Scott also talks about winning the gold at the 1984 Sarajevo Olympic Games. Scott hopes his book will help people find a purpose and ask what they can share with the world to make it better.
DIY Planter Wall
H Design Interiors Krista and Brittney Horton stop by Home & Family to show you how to build your own planter wall. To make the wall even more unique, buy shelves in a variety of sizes and shapes. If the wall will be used indoors, place plants in plastic containers.
Wounded Warrior Project
Dan Nevins, Staff Sergeant (retired) talks about the Wounded Warrior Project with Home & Family. Dan encourages wounded soldiers to participate in physical activities as a part of rehabilitation. He also stresses the importance of meditation, stress management and yoga, to help unite the body and mind.
Get more information at WoundedWarriorProject.org
DIY Tree Stump Stools
Paige Hemmis is creating an outdoor look with this DIY, making tree stump stools using concrete form tubes, plywood rounds, drywall, sandpaper and paint. Give yourself plenty of time with this project, allowing eight hours for the stools to completely dry. After you paint the stools, add polyurethane to make it weather-proof.
Get more from Paige at PaigeHemmis.com