February 15-17, 2019

Greater Philadelphia Expo Center at Oaks

Oaks, PA

Mark Your Calendars!

The Philly Home + Garden Show will return February 15-17, 2019.

Read More

APPEARING LIVE!

Ty Pennington, TLC's "Trading Spaces".

Read More

January Show

Looking to attend the Philly Home Show, January 11-13 & 18-20, 2019? Visit www.phillyhomeshow.com.

Read More

HOME IMPROVEMENT

Innovative Products and Hundreds of Experts All Under One Roof

Read More

GARDENING IDEAS

Practical Advice and Great Deals

Read More

SHOP, COMPARE & SAVE!

On Everything from Windows and Flooring to Cabinets and Landscaping.

Read More

3 DAYS ONLY

Renew, Refresh and Restore Your Home.

Read More

Get a Booth Quote!

Don’t Miss Out on the Action.

Read More

Madcap Cottage

Madcap Cottage

John Loecke and Jason Oliver Nixon are the duo behind North Carolina- and New York-based interior design firm Madcap Cottage. Known for their passion for prints and pattern, the Madcap gents

Read More

Ty Pennington

Ty Pennington

Ty Pennington will be appearing at the 2019 show! Ty first garnered national attention as the quirky and creative carpenter on the groundbreaking home improvement series "Trading Spaces".

Read More

Get a Booth Quote

Attendee talking to an exhibitor

Have a product or service that relates to home improvement, remodeling, design, gardening, or landscaping? Then the Philly Home + Garden Show is the perfect fit for your business! Get a booth quote

Read More
Searching the Exhibitor List

Baking 101: Simple Tips Worth Trying

Dec 6, 2018, 16:10 PM by Thea S
Baking is a science and when you add in a distraction (or ten) treats don’t always come out as planned. Avoid baking woes this holiday season with our favorite culinary hacks.
With relatives coming in from out of town, children off school and in need of entertaining, shopping to do, gifts to wrap, and so much more, it’s very easy to ruin your holiday cookies. Baking is a science and when you add in a distraction (or ten) treats don’t always come out as planned. To help you avoid baking woes this holiday season, we’ve compiled a list of our favorite culinary hacks. Check them out below, and get ready to whip up goodies your family will love.

Christmas Cookie

Dough Must-Do’s
• Chill cookie dough before rolling. This will give you an opportunity to wrap a gift, or watch a holiday favorite with your little ones (we recommend A Muppet Christmas Carol).
• Roll smaller rather than larger pieces of dough; keep unrolled dough chilled until you’re ready to work with it. In addition to better baking, this will also help you keep your mess contained and make clean up simpler.
• Bake and cool three or four test cookies before baking the whole batch. If you have made a mistake (like not adding enough butter or sugar), test cookies will let you know and can save you from throwing out a lot of cookies.

Christmas Cookie

Rolling Tips
• Roll out your dough and cut cookies directly onto a sheet of parchment to fit your cookie sheet. This is a great idea if you’ve got little ones helping – it can be hard to delicately move a piece of cut cookie dough onto a cookie sheet, so take it out of the equation and cut right onto the sheet.
• Leave enough space between cut shapes for the cookies to spread when baked. Spoken from experience. We’ve had Christmas trees turn into giant blobs. Much less festive than intended.
• The bigger the cutter, the simpler your cookie will be to decorate. Again, if you’re baking with little ones, this is a must-do. Plus, you end up with a bigger cookie to eat! We hope you and yours have a wonderful and delicious holiday season!

For more home tips, be sure to visit your nearest Marketplace Events home show. We can’t wait to see you there!

Exhibitor List

Search participating companies before, during and after the show. It’s like having a digital home show at your fingertips year round, complete with booth numbers, store and contact information. There is even the option to email companies directly for a quote.

Baking 101: Simple Tips Worth Trying

Dec 6, 2018, 16:10 PM by Thea S
Baking is a science and when you add in a distraction (or ten) treats don’t always come out as planned. Avoid baking woes this holiday season with our favorite culinary hacks.
With relatives coming in from out of town, children off school and in need of entertaining, shopping to do, gifts to wrap, and so much more, it’s very easy to ruin your holiday cookies. Baking is a science and when you add in a distraction (or ten) treats don’t always come out as planned. To help you avoid baking woes this holiday season, we’ve compiled a list of our favorite culinary hacks. Check them out below, and get ready to whip up goodies your family will love.

Christmas Cookie

Dough Must-Do’s
• Chill cookie dough before rolling. This will give you an opportunity to wrap a gift, or watch a holiday favorite with your little ones (we recommend A Muppet Christmas Carol).
• Roll smaller rather than larger pieces of dough; keep unrolled dough chilled until you’re ready to work with it. In addition to better baking, this will also help you keep your mess contained and make clean up simpler.
• Bake and cool three or four test cookies before baking the whole batch. If you have made a mistake (like not adding enough butter or sugar), test cookies will let you know and can save you from throwing out a lot of cookies.

Christmas Cookie

Rolling Tips
• Roll out your dough and cut cookies directly onto a sheet of parchment to fit your cookie sheet. This is a great idea if you’ve got little ones helping – it can be hard to delicately move a piece of cut cookie dough onto a cookie sheet, so take it out of the equation and cut right onto the sheet.
• Leave enough space between cut shapes for the cookies to spread when baked. Spoken from experience. We’ve had Christmas trees turn into giant blobs. Much less festive than intended.
• The bigger the cutter, the simpler your cookie will be to decorate. Again, if you’re baking with little ones, this is a must-do. Plus, you end up with a bigger cookie to eat! We hope you and yours have a wonderful and delicious holiday season!

For more home tips, be sure to visit your nearest Marketplace Events home show. We can’t wait to see you there!