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Friday, June 29th, 2018

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Jen Lilley - Home & Family

Jen Lilley

Actress Jen Lilley sits down with Debbie and guest host Mark L. Walberg to talk about her Hallmark Channel Original Movie, “Yes, I Do” where she plays a bride with cold feet. In real life, Jen is anything but that, talking about being married to her husband Jason and recently celebrating 11 years of wedded bliss. She also shares what life was like as a cake maker while she was in high school.

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Glazed Chocolate Petite Fours - Home & Family

Glazed Chocolate Petit Fours

Owner of Valerie’s Confections, Valerie Gordon is making a sweet treat in the kitchen today, glazed chocolate petit fours. All you really need to start is your favorite chocolate brownie or cake recipe, as long as it is a dense dessert. After you are done baking the cake, chill it so it won’t leave crumbs. When it comes to the glaze, invest in good quality chocolate. Any extra glaze can be stored in the refrigerator for up to three weeks.

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DIY Photo Transfer Tees

Orly Shani is keeping you in style with this DIY. Stewart Copeland joins her when putting together this photo transfer tee, so today she is using the album cover of The Police’s “Synchronicity” for her inspiration. If you don’t want to use album cover art, you can always use one of your favorite photographs.

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Stewart Copeland Visits - Home & Family

Stewart Copeland

Musician and founding member of “The Police,” Stewart Copeland visits Home & Family to talk about putting the band together 40 years ago. He also talks about the time he first met his bandmate, Sting. He opens up about about the tumultuous relationship between he and Sting in the younger years, but confides they always came together for the music. You can catch “Classic Rock Week with Stewart Copeland” on July 16th on HDnetmovies.com.

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Korean Picnic Salad - Home & Family

Korean Picnic Salad

Chef Brian Malarkey is putting together a delicious Korean picnic salad with BBQ shrimp on skewers. Before getting started, Debbie tells the audience that the California Tourism Board recently crowned him “Chef of the Year.” For safety concerns, remember to soak the skewers in water to prevent burning on the grill. When making the dressing, add more oil to make it less spicy.

Get the Recipe to the Salad and BBQ Shrimp >>

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Caribbean Pirate Adventure

Ashlan and Philippe Cousteau discuss some of their most memorable adventures on “Caribbean Pirate Treasure,” which you can watch Wednesdays at 10/9c on Travel Channel.

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Do’s and Dont’s of Refinishing Furniture

Ken Wingard is giving you the basic guidelines when it comes refinishing furniture. If you decide to refinish extremely damaged antique furniture, you will be increasing its value for resale. Meanwhile, refinishing minimally damaged antique furniture, you will be decreasing its value. Finally, refinishing non-antique furniture has no effect on its value.

Get more from Ken at KennethWingard.com

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Wedding Card Shadow Box - Home & Family

Wedding Card Shadow Box

Celebrity event designer Troy Williams is getting you ready for the big day with this DIY. Today, he is making his own wedding card shadow box. He also shares photos of some of his most famous weddings he has worked, including Julianne Hough and Eva Longoria.

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Summer Curvy Fashions

Lawrence Zarian is introducing you to some of the hottest looks in summer curvy fashions. He explains that lightweight fabrics flow better and slimming on whoever is wearing them. For a more fitted look, accentuate your waist with a cardigan.

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Summer Medical Roundup

Dr. Nita Landry is back to give you the medical roundup for summertime. This includes recognizing poison ivy and poison oak, how to treat swimmer’s ear and knowing to choose a repellent with only 10-30% concentration of DEET.