Friday, September 1st, 2017

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Christopher Gorham

Actor Christopher Gotham visits Home & Family to talk about his movie, “A Boy Called Po,” which opens in theaters today. In the film, Chris plays a single father to a son with Autism. The role hit close to Christopher’s heart. His son Lucas has Asperger’s Syndrome, which was diagnosed at the age of nine. He also discusses his son’s interaction with bullies in school and describes how he has handled it.

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Cat Cora Cooks

The owner of Mesa Burger, chef Cat Cora is in the kitchen preparing a mouth-watering burger and homemade truffle aioli. She pairs the juicy burger with homemade sweet potatoes and a refreshing watermelon mocktail with fresh watermelon.

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How to Grow a Monarch Butterfly Garden

Shirley Bovshow is giving you tips on how to grow your own monarch butterfly garden since fall and spring are the best times to start. She explains that you need milkweed, since monarch butterflies can’t survive without it, in fact they only lay eggs in milkweed plants.

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Reuniting American Heroes

Pet rescue expert Larissa Wohl talks about about how Hallmark Channel, American Humane and Hormel Foods are reuniting military dogs with their former handlers. Home & Family FaceTime’s with USAF staff sergeant Amanda Cubbage and her military dog, Rick. Amanda opens up about the emotional reunion and the special bond she has with her dog.

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DIY Overhead Garage Storage

Matt Iseman is showing you how to get more organized by making your own storage for your garage. Before getting started, allow 2-3 feet deep in the garage for the storage space. Make sure you don’t overload the bins once the storage is complete, you must always keep them lightweight to avoid collapsing.

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Country Fried Steak with Gravy and Mashed Potatoes

Home Cook winner chef Toya Boudy is back and in the kitchen cooking a Southern favorite, country fried steak with gravy and mashed potatoes. The best part about country fried steak is that it uses cheaper cuts of meat, so it is less expensive to cook for the whole family. When frying up the steak, cook on each side for 3-4 minutes.

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DIY Coffee Rack

Paige Hemmis is making her own coffee rack that would look good in any kitchen. When you are done making the rack, make sure you place it somewhere accessible, since the purpose is to make your products more reachable. The total cost of this DIY runs around $30.

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Edyta Sliwinska

Dancer Edyta Slinwinska visits Home & Family to talk about what it is like performing on ABC’s “Dancing with the Stars.” Aside from dancing, Edyta also stays busy being a new mother to baby Leia, who was born in June. She also dishes on who some of her favorite past celebrities on the show have been.

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Matt Rogers is back and giving the men at home some “GUYdeas” when it comes to breaking bad habits. This includes a bluetooth tracking tag to help you find your lost keys or wallet.

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Being a #HealthHero

Dr. Partha Nandi talks about what #HealthHero means to her, which means making your health and wellness your personal number one priority. He encourages five-minute mediation at the same time every day and focusing on your nutrition.

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Prosciutto, Asparagus and Arugula Rolls - Home & Family

Prosciutto, Asparagus and Arugula Rolls

Food stylist and author of the cookbook, “Graze,” is in the kitchen making delicious appetizer rolls and pairing them with marinated beans and sardine bruschetta with fennel and preserved lemons. When cutting the rolls, she recommends keeping them tight to keep them from falling apart.

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