Emmy® Winner Mark Steines and two-time Emmy® Nominee Debbie Matenopoulos host "Home & Family"

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09 April 2018
Home & Family
 Photo: Copyright 2018 Crown Media United States LLC/Photographer: Alexx Henry Studios LLC/Erica Avila
"Home & Family"
New Original Episodes air Monday through Friday
(10 AM ET/PT, 9C & 12 PM ET/PT, 11C) on Hallmark Channel
          Below are scheduled guests and segments for the week of April 9 - April 13. "Home & Family," currently in its sixth season, is the only daytime lifestyle series on cable television with 52 consecutive weeks of new episodes. 
MONDAY, April 9 - Mark Steines and Debbie Matenopoulos welcome country superstar Scotty McCreery and he performs. “Indulge” author, TV personality Kathy Wakile whips up bananas foster cream puffs. Actor Stephen Bishop from Bravo’s "Imposters" joins us. “Bring It! Tried and True Recipes for Potlucks and Casual Entertaining” author, Ali Rosen prepares ginger beef. Activist and New York Times bestselling author Elizabeth Smart visits our home. Ken Wingard builds a bench swing. Maria Provenzano has DIY mouse pads. Lawrence Zarian is here with statement belts. Shirley Bovshow shows us how to grow stevia. Our family members share their favorite games to play with their families.
TUESDAY, April 10 - Mark Steines is joined by guest co-host and Hallmark star Candace Cameron Bure. From the “TODAY” show and “Access,” Natalie Morales cooks roast pork shoulder. Actress Lindsay Price from ABC’s “Splitting Up Together” joins us. Chef Stephanie Izard prepares mussels with marinated perilla vinaigrette. Celebrity trainer Kira Stokes shows us how to get in shape with her Stoked Method. Larissa Wohl and animal behaviorist Kyle Kittleson break down the basics of leash training. Kym Douglas has a guide to the different types of hairbrushes. Orly Shani makes a jewelry display. Maria Provenzano creates a marshmallow barnyard. Ken Wingard is here with DIY felt Christmas trees.  
Home & Family
Photo: Copyright 2018 Crown Media United States LLC/Photographer: Alexx Henry Studios LLC/Jeremy Lee
WEDNESDAY, April 11 - Mark Steines and guest co-host Ali Fedotowsky-Manno welcome actors Felicity Huffman and William H. Macy, and they whip up spring salads. Actresses Jodie Sweetin, Beverley Mitchell, and Christine Lakin from Pop's “Hollywood Darlings” visit our home. "Rustic Joyful Food" author, Danielle Kartes prepares strawberry jam and chocolate rolls. "Thin From Within" author, Robyn Youkilis cooks chicken marbella. Ken Wingard creates beautiful 3D flower art. Kym Douglas shows us how to look younger with facial exercises. Orly Shani has DIY denim place settings. Paige Hemmis makes Christmas flashlight projectors.
THURSDAY, April 12 - Mark Steines and Debbie Matenopoulos welcome singer-songwriter Russell Dickerson and he performs. Actor James Faulkner talks about his movie "Paul, Apostle of Christ." Chef Susan Feniger whips up a quick and delicious Mexican fish dish: Pescado Veracruzana. Pasta artist Linda Miller Nicholson prepares tortellini flowers. “Pregnancy, OMG!” author, Nancy Redd discusses all the bizarre, hilarious, and often unanticipated changes a woman can go through. Debbie bakes a yummy carrot cake. Kym Douglas is here with her favorite cactus beauty products. Paige Hemmis shows us a DIY wallpaper tabletop. Orly Shani creates custom license plate holders. Ali Fedotowsky-Manno and Lawrence Zarian team up for fashion fixes.
FRIDAY, April 13 - Mark Steines and Debbie Matenopoulos welcome actress Marilu Henner from the Hallmark Movies & Mysteries original “Reap What You Sew: An Aurora Teagarden Mystery.” Actress Aubrey Anderson-Emmons from ABC’s “Modern Family” joins us. Celebrity chef Scott Conant cooks veal and pork meatballs. Chef Lorena Garcia prepares chicken chicharrón. “Daditude” author, Chris Erskine discusses the joys and absurdities of modern fatherhood. Dermatologist Dr. Sandra Lee, a.k.a. Dr. Pimple Popper, shares important information about avoiding ingrown hairs. Paige Hemmis builds a corner door shelf. Larissa Wohl is here with products to tire out energetic pets. Shirley Bovshow shows us how to grow goji berries. Maria Provenzano has DIY paper lantern ornaments.


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