[Happy Holidays!]

Welcome to the sixth edition of On The House Express! This month, it's all about the holidays.

In this issue, we tell you how to make decorative lawn figurines from wood, how to create a toy soldier from clay pots, and more! Also, don't forget some of Dom's best holiday recipes, as well as a biography of our talented Crew Member of the Month!

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On The House with the Carey Bros., and have a fantastic holiday season!

 
  Morris and James Carey


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Making Decorative Figures From Wood


Looking for ways to decorate your yard for the holidays? If electric lights aren't enough for you, consider adding a snowman, a reindeer or even old St. Nick himself constructed from wood.

This can be a simple, inexpensive and enjoyable project. Read More!

Creating a Toy Soldier from Clay Pots

Try one of our holiday decorating ideas: an 18-inch "toy soldier" made from flower pots, paint, a few pieces of felt, ribbon and a few odds and ends. For less than $9 and a couple of hours of your time this can be an enjoyable project, especially if there are youngsters around to share the experience. Read More...

[toy soldier]

Crew Member of the Month

"Remodeler" Ray Hall
"Remodeler"
Ray Hall is our crew member of the month!

Our second Crew Member of the Month is Ray Hall, our Marketing Coordinator.

Since March of 2002, "Remodeler Ray" has been a part of the On The House family. From filling in for "Captain Dan" to producing the show and selling advertisements for On The House, Remodeler Ray has done it all! You can now hear him on a regular basis during the show as he announces our On The House Hollywood Minute and Recalls of the Week.

Remodeler Ray is a graduate of San Francisco State University with a B.A. in Radio & Television. On the side, Ray is an on-air personality for a radio station in Modesto, CA. One day he will dominate the radio industry (or so he thinks!) He likes to hang out with friends, drink adult beverages, and watch San Francisco Giants baseball!


On The House December Calendar

Here's what is coming up this month as we help you celebrate the holiday season!

Saturday, December 6 - Eugenia Chapman, the author of Find Your House & Everything In It, is live in the studio!

Saturday, December 13 - Phone interviews with Henkel (the maker of various duck tape products) and WD-40.

Saturday, December 20 - Interview with Jennifer Roberts, the author of Good Green Homes.

Saturday, December 27 - It's our annual Holiday Show, chock-full of star-studded surprise guests!



In The Kitchen with Dom DeLuise

This month, it's a special holiday edition of In The Kitchen! We have some of Dom's best recipes for you and your family to enjoy over the next month.

Peach Cake — Try this peachy keen recipe for the family!

Death by Chocolate — Love chocolate? Perhaps even a little too much? This is the recipe you want!

Old Fashioned Apple Pie — There's nothing more American than apple pie, especially around the holidays!

Cranberry Rice Pudding — A delicious and unique dessert!


[christmas tree]  Holiday Movies

Very often in films, decorating for Christmas and other holidays includes mishaps: the tree falling over, the electrical system shorting out, Santa sliding off the roof…there are countless examples.

Go rent some of these classics (or near-classics) and enjoy them with your family and friends.