Actress Jodie Sweetin visits Home & Family to talk about her Hallmark Channel Original Movie, “Finding Santa,” which premieres Friday, November 24th at 8/7c. She also opens up about what it was like working with the cast of the movie and talks about the upcoming holidays. Afterwards, she has a big announcement: “Full House” will begin airing on New Year’s Day on Hallmark Channel.
Chef David Codney returns to the kitchen and today he is making a mouth-watering Thanksgiving turkey and stuffing. He is also providing you some time-saving tips that can help you out on the actual holiday. This includes unwrapping your turkey and letting it dry in your fridge for at least a day before roasting, in order for the turkey to cook a crispy skin.
DIY Gratitude Book
Ken Wingard has the perfect DIY this Thanksgiving, a gratitude book. All you really need is a sketch book, Mod Podge, paper towels, glue and decoupage. When you use paper towels and Mod Podge on the cover of the book, you give it a leather feel. Make sure you allow 3-4 hours for the Mod Podge to dry. When done, Ken recommends writing down three things you are thankful for every morning.
Singer/songwriter Nichole Nordeman stops by Home & Family to talk about her new single, “Slow Down” and stays to perform the song for the audience. She also wrote a book with the same title.
Paige Hemmis is showing you how to decorate your Thanksgiving table using only three materials: burlap, bailing wire and hot glue. The hot glue will come in handy when it comes to connecting the coils creating this DIY cornucopia.
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Actor Michael Rady sits down with Mark and Debbie to talk about his all-new original Hallmark Movies & Mysteries Movie “A Joyous Christmas,” which premieres Sunday, November 26th at 9/8c. He even brings a clip from the movie for the audience to enjoy. Michael also shares what it was like bringing his children to the set and how much fun they had playing in the snow during the filming.
DIY Kids’ Tablescape
Maria Provenzano, Orly Shani and Ali Fedotowsky-Manno all team up to make the perfect kids’ tablescape for the holidays. Together, the moms make a mayflower, place cards and pumpkin garland. In the end, they have the perfect kids' table for Thanksgiving.
Debbie is in the kitchen making a delicious trifle dessert in the kitchen using sweet pomegranates. This dessert was inspired by Hallmark Channel’s Original Movie, “Switched for Christmas,” which premieres November 26th at 8/7c.