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Monday, February 27th, 2017

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Todd and Savannah Chrisley

Todd is joined by his daughter, Savannah to talk about the return of their hit reality series, “Chrisley Knows Best,” which airs Tuesdays at 10/9c on USA Network. The two talk about their bond, Savannah’s current relationship with NBA star Chandler Parsons and her recent car accident and addressing the dangers of texting and driving.

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King Crab Roll - Home & Family

King Crab Roll

Chef Phillip Franklin Lee of “Franklin’s Crab & Co.” is in the kitchen with his wife Margarita to cook a King Crab Roll paired with fresh brioche bread. Phillip demonstrates the right way of cracking the crab by starting at the joint and gently twisting. You can also use a pair of scissors if you need extra help with the cracking.

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Holly Robinson Peete and RJ Peete

Actress Holly Robinson Peete is joined by her son AJ to talk about their reality series, “For Peete’s Sake,” which airs Saturdays at 10/9c on OWN. The two open up about RJ’s autism, which was diagnosed at the age of three. RJ also talks about landing his dream job with the Los Angeles Dodgers.

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DIY Treadmill Desk - Home & Family

DIY Treadmill Desk

Mark has a great DIY project for those who want get exercise in while working. Today he is making treadmill desk and showing you how to make one at home. The entire project will cost you as little as $30.

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Gadget Inspector

Kym Douglas is introducing you to gadgets that set out to make your life easier. This includes a microwave cleaner and a gadget that that helps you cook the perfect eggs every single time.

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DIY Mardi Gras Masks - Home & Family

DIY Mardi Gras Masks

Paige Hemmis is getting you into to the upcoming Mardi Gras spirit by showing you how to make your own Mardi Gras masks. She explains that when you are at the Mardi Gras parade, wearing the masks are a signal to the floats that you are worthy of the beads being thrown out. This entire project will only cost you $10.

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South in a Pot Soup - Home & Family

South in a Pot Soup

Debbie is in the kitchen preparing a mouth watering soup that incorporates classic ingredients from the south, including black-eyed peas and sweet potatoes. The recipe comes fro Stephanie Rabbitt-Schapp of Cincinnati, Ohio.

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Nerf Spinning Targets

Matt Rogers introduces you to to some fun NERF games that are fun, easy and safe to play with the kids inside the house.