Italian Sausage Stuffed Ravioli
Executive chef of The Belvedere, David Codney is back in the kitchen and this time he is making a delicious Italian dish. He is showing you how to make your own Italian sausage stuffed ravioli with homemade sauce. This dish does not require caramelizing onions, just grilling them until soft. When it comes to cooking the ravioli, they should only need 1-2 minutes in the boiling water, before starting to float.
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Academy award-winning actress Mira Sorvino visits Home & Family to talk about her new film, “6 Below: Miracle on the Mountain” which you can catch in theaters this Friday. Aside from acting, Mira also opens up about parenthood, being the mother to four kids between the ages of 5-12. Another passion for Mira is breast cancer research and she is traveling to Washington D.C. soon to lobby for the cause.
DIY Christmas Jewelry
Looking for something to wear to your upcoming holiday parties? Look no further than this DIY from Orly Shani: Christmas earrings! The fun part is that if the earrings are oversized, they can also work as tree ornaments. Feeling extra festive? Add glittery embellishments to really make the earrings stand out while wearing them.
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The Foundations of Foundation
Kym Douglas is back and today she is talking about foundation and gives you tips on what to look for. This includes finding a color that blends with both your face and neck. She recommends cream foundation for dry or combination skin and powder foundation for oily skin.
Sophie Uliano returns to talk about the variety of yoga movies that you can do from your chair. She explains the benefits of chair yoga, like helping reduce stress and joint strain and increase energy. She also says that ten minutes of chair yoga a day for three weeks will help you see an improvement in your flexibility. Make sure you use a chair with no arms and you leave your shoes and socks off, and to wear comfortable clothes.
DIY Family Crayon Costume
Ken Wingard has the perfect Halloween costume that he puts together with the help of Crayola. The best part about this costume idea is that the whole family can get in on the fun and each be their own crayon!
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Grilled Bison Fillet with Asparagus Fries
Chef and author of “Eating Well to Win,” Richard Ingraham is in the kitchen preparing a mouthwatering dish of grilled bison and pairing it with homemade asparagus fries. He explains the benefits of eating bison, including the fact it is filled with nutrients and extremely high in protein. You can also always swap out the bison for turkey or chicken, as well.
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DIY Date Night
Dancer and actress Criscella Anderson is bringing romance back into your life by showing you how to put together your own date night. She recommends using a globe to decide which restaurant cuisine to enjoy when you go out and making your own conversation stones to find out more about your partner.