Started by Jill Bauer in Kitchen & Food Talk, Hosts & Personalities
I think every great hostess has a special pot roast recipe. Some bake it, some speed things up with a pressure cooker, and I use a slow cooker. That way, it doesn’t have to be a recipe reserved for the weekend. Tomorrow night on You’re Home with Jill, I’ll show you how to make my Perfect Pot Roast. We’re using the Today’s Special Value®…the Ninja Multi-Cooker which doubles as a stovetop, oven, steamer, and slow-cooker!
Perfect Pot Roast
2 Tbsp espresso powder
4 Tbsp flour
2 Tbsp olive oil
1 4-lb beef chuck roast
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Last Reply by FastDogWalker2 | Started by Jill Bauer in For the Home Talk, Hosts & Personalities, Mom to Mom Blogs
Most of you know how much I love mason jars and how many DIY projects we’ve used them for on You’re Home with Jill. But what I haven’t told you is every time we make one of those crafts, I’ve kept the tops. It just feels wrong to throw those rings away in case I ever use the jars for their intended purpose!
So as I was recharging my creativity on Pinterest, I saw a terrific idea of how to use those mason jar rings…no jar required. Check this out.
Isn’t that a great pumpkin (Charlie Brown)? It’s so easy to make…here’s wh... Continue Reading
Last Reply by Brigitta | Started by Jill Bauer in Kitchen & Food Talk, Hosts & Personalities, Mom to Mom Blogs
Happy FALL! I shared a quintessential fall recipe with my Facebook friends this morning…my Pumpkin Apple Bisque. We served this soup in hollowed-out pumpkins when Doug and I were married.
I know I’ve shared that recipe with you before, but people still talk about it. Now for a recipe you haven’t seen before. Tomorrow night on You’re Home with Jill we’re helping you get ready for the now-closer-than-ever holiday season. Here’s my Easy Skillet Pasta Bake recipe…something you can throw together when unexpected guests arrive. Or, whip t... Continue Reading
Last Reply by IloveQVC4evr | Started by Jill Bauer in Hosts & Personalities, Holiday Advice, Mom to Mom Blogs
When You’re Home with Jill is on this Wednesday night, we’ll be exactly three months away from Christmas. I've always been the kind of person who likes--and tries--to plan ahead and shop early. So, if you're like me, be sure to join me at 7pm ET.
In today’s technology-driven world, it’s so nice to receive a hand-written letter, isn’t it? You can almost feel the time that the person spent writing it just by holding that note in your hand. For lots of us, the only time of year when we sit down to write friends and loved ones a hand-written note is in... Continue Reading
Last Reply by water gal | Started by Jill Bauer in Kitchen & Food Talk, Hosts & Personalities, Mom to Mom Blogs
Summertime and campfires go hand-in-hand. And even into the fall, it’s so nice to cozy up to a campfire with friends and family and roast marshmallows…or, if you’re lucky, make smores! But what do you do in the winter and spring when you’re craving a warm campfire and those toasty treats? Use your oven.
1 box chocolate cake mix
1 cup milk
1 (5-oz) cook & serve chocolate pudding (not instant!)
1/2 cup cold butter, cut into tablespoon sized pats
6 whole graham crackers, broken in half
1/2 cup mini chocolate chips... Continue Reading
Last Reply by alioop | Started by Jill Bauer in For the Home Talk, Hosts & Personalities, Mom to Mom Blogs
That antiqued, rustic look in home décor is everywhere right now. Mason jars are the flower-vases of choice. Burlap is the new must-have fabric. It really makes entertaining seem easier and welcoming…far less intimidating than it once was. You don’t have to buy fancy silks and china to impress guests. Being together is really what’s important.
I’ve embraced this trend wholeheartedly and we’ve made lots of DIY projects on You’re Home with Jill that speak to it…everything from my Fall Wreath to my Antique Metallic Vase.
This Wed... Continue Reading
Last Reply by glinda | Started by Jill Bauer in Fashion Talk, Hosts & Personalities, Dennis Basso
For the past few fashion seasons, designer Dennis Basso has invited the hosts to attend his runway fashion shows in NYC. For one reason or another, I was never able to attend. But this year, my schedule was free and I decided I was going for it! The idea of being in NYC for Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week was thrilling to me…and I couldn’t wait to be a part of it all!
Lucky for me, Sharon Faestch was free to go too! So after meeting up, we headed over to Lincoln Center. There was a lot of activity outside of the theater as photographers, models, attendees were all milling ar... Continue Reading
Last Reply by koolkat68 | Started by Jill Bauer in Kitchen & Food Talk, Hosts & Personalities, Mom to Mom Blogs
I always like to share new recipes with you, but tomorrow on You’re Home with Jill we’re continuing our celebration of fall and there’s no recipe that says fall quite like my Apple Brownies. So I thought I would share this yummy dessert, which is already on my recipe page on QVC.com. What you haven't seen yet is this step-by-step video on making them. Enjoy.
I’m so grateful to have this recipe…I may not have gotten to own my own bakery—yet, at least. But I can bake at home and with you on You’re Home with Jill. How lucky am I?
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Last Reply by simpy1170 | Started by Jill Bauer in For the Home Talk, Hosts & Personalities, Mom to Mom Blogs
How is school going for your kids? Are they still having fun? My kids have another few months before the days seem to start earlier, the homework gets tougher, and the “love” really starts to fade. But the chaos has officially hit the Bauer house and their school stuff is EVERYWHERE. Luckily, I anticipated this. And, before school began, I created a school supply organizer for the pencils, crayons, markers, and supplies.
Okay, I may or may not have also wanted to feature this project on You’re Home with Jill so I had to make it before school began. Bu... Continue Reading
Last Reply by RomeandVenice | Started by Jill Bauer in Kitchen & Food Talk, For the Home Talk, Hosts & Personalities
One of the things I love most about fall and winter is the baking. There’s nothing more welcoming than walking into a house that smells like fresh-baked cookies or cake. So as we continue to decorate our homes for the approaching autumn tomorrow night on You’re Home with Jill, I’d like to sweeten your thoughts of fall with a beautiful dessert: my Chocolate Cream Cheese Ribbon Cake.
Chocolate Cream Cheese Ribbon Cake
1 box chocolate cake mix
1/3 cup vegetable oil
1 cup water
8 oz cream cheese, room temperature
2 Tbsp butter
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