Actress Haylie Duff is in the kitchen making her famous stuffed shells with a delicious three-cheese stuffing. The secret to her bolognese sauce is getting the bone from the butcher to add to your ingredients. You can also catch Haylie in “The Sandman,” which premieres October 14th at 9/8c on SyFy Channel.
Farmer Frightful’s Tricks or Treats Market
Ken Wingard is putting together a fun DIY just in time for Halloween and he calls it “Farmer Frightful’s Tricks or Treats Market.” Before getting started, to save time, he recommends getting your fence panels pre-cut from the store. When Halloween is over, keep the DIY intact and turn it into a lemonade stand.
Documentarian and author of “The Art of Stopping Time,” Pedram Shojai visits Home & Family to talk about her new film, “Prosperity,” which has a free screening online on October 5th. She gives you pointers on how to make the best use of your time, including only taking 40 minutes tops a day to answer emails and setting boundaries regarding work and office hours.
Pumpkin Spiced Scones with Maple Spiced Glaze
Debbie is in the kitchen making the perfect dish to celebrate Fall Harvest movies on Hallmark Channel. Today she is making pumpkin spiced scones with maple spiced glaze. The recipe is courtesy of fellow family member, Maria Provenzano. When it comes to the ingredients, make sure your butter is very cold and don’t over mix your batter, it should look like sand.
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Cheryl Burke and Terrell Owens
Professional dancer Cheryl Burke and NFL wide receiver Terrell Owens sit down with Mark and Debbie to talk about this season of “Dancing with the Stars,” which you can catch Mondays at 8/7c on ABC. Terrell gives some pointers on how football players prepare for their dancing spotlight, Cheryl adds that football players are the easiest to dance with because they take the coaching instructions seriously.
Food Fixes for Your Fur Baby
Pet rescue expert Larissa Wohl is introducing you to some fun pet products that will make feeding your fur babies a whole lot easier.
Floral design expert Amy Marella is putting together a cornucopia and showing you how you can, too, using a variety of fresh flowers, magnolia leaves, white pumpkins, pomegranate twigs, chicken wire and textured greens. When done, make sure you water your cornucopia every day in order for it to last up to a week.
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Red Eye Flight Survival Guide
Matt Iseman is teaming up with ZZZQuil to give you some tips on how to survive a red eye flight including avoiding caffeine before and during the flight, wearing noise canceling headphones and if needed, taking the non-habit forming sleep aid, ZZZQuil.
DIY Yarn Wall Tapestry
Orly Shani is taking a placemat, yarn, embroidery needle, scissors and glue and making her own DIY yarn wall tapestry. When it comes to the placemat, make sure that the material is beaded or straw. When done, create a knotted loop on back of placemat to hang on your wall.
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