Friday, September 7th, 2018

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Teriyaki Skewers - Home & Family

Cat Cora Cooks

Chef Cat Cora is grilling up some delicious teriyaki chicken skewers with fresh pineapple juice. If you are running short on time, she recommends buying store-bought teriyaki sauce. For more flavor, brush extra sauce onto skewers half-way through grilling. She keeps the recipe low sodium by using honey and low sodium soy sauce.

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Debbie Gibson Stops By

Actress Debbie Gibson stops by Home & Family to talk about her upcoming Hallmark Channel Original Movie, “Wedding of Dreams,” which premieres September 8th at 9/8c. She also brings along a special guest to join her for the interview, her dog Joey!

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DIY Sports Lamp

Ken Wingard is turning an ordinary lamp into a fun sports lamp by adding an inflatable sports ball. Before getting started, he teaches Cameron how to deflate a football in order for this DIY to work.

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Tami Oldham-Ashcraft

Shipwreck survivor Tami Oldham-Ashcraft sits down with Cameron and Debbie to talk about the movie that is based on her life, “Adrift” which is available on digital, blue-ray and DVD. Tami and her fiancé were boating from Tahiti to California, when a hurricane hit their ship. The shipwreck resulted in Tami being knocked unconscious for several hours and her fiance, Richard losing his life.

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Bad Moon Rising Grilled Cheese - Home & Family

Bad Moon Rising Grilled Cheese Sandwich

Chef and author of “The Great Grilled Cheese Book,” Eric Greenspan is grilling up the ultimate grilled cheese sandwich. For extra-crispy bacon, he recommends cooking it on a wire rack in a roasting pan. For an added kick, Eric adds sriracha to the sandwich.

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DIY Canvas Conversation Banners

Maria Provenzano is taking canvas fabric and turning it into fun DIY conversation banners. Place positive messages on the banners using iron-on letters that you can find at the craft store.

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Gourmet Garden Prunes - Home & Family

Gourmet Garden Prunes

Shirley Bovshow is introducing you to a way to prepare prunes using a dehydrator. She recommends finding plums that are less juicy, because they will be easier to dry into a prune. For the first two hours, set your dehydrator on high heat, then after, set the temperature to 115 degrees and wait for up to 18 hours for the prunes to be ready.

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Mallika Chopra

Best selling author of the book, “Just Breathe,” Mallika Chopra talks to the family members about the importance of mindfulness, which relieves stress and promotes creativity. She also discusses the importance of teaching your children about meditation and how self-control can help them gain confidence.

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Caramel Apple Spice Cake - Home & Family

Apple Spice Cake

Creator of the “Preppy Kitchen,” John Kanell is in the kitchen baking an apple spice cake with homemade buttercream and caramel. For a decorative drizzle effect, pour the caramel over the sides of a cake. When it comes to mixing, he advises you to do it by hand because it will create less of a mess.

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DIY Vintage Christmas Tins

Paige Hemmis is showing you how to recycle old tins by turning them into Christmas decorations for the holiday season. She advises you to drill the holes into the tin before you apply your pattern using Mod Podge.

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