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Monday, November 26th, 2018

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The Holiday Home Decoration Sweepstakes Winner - Home & Family

The Holiday Home Decoration Sweepstakes Winner

Ken Wingard introduces you to the story of this year’s Holiday Home Decoration Sweepstakes winner, Ken Jenkins. He also recently traveled to Louisiana to meet with the Jenkins family and help give their home a holiday makeover they will never forget!

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Pear Sheet Pan Dutch Baby - Home & Family

Pear Sheet Pan Dutch Baby

Celebrity chef Ronnie Woo is making a pear sheet pan dutch baby, a perfect dish for a cold and cozy morning. The best part about this dish is that you can make it ahead of time before your guests come over. When you take the dutch baby out of the oven, sprinkle powdered sugar on top and serve! He also points out that if you want to turn it into a dessert, top the dish with ice cream!

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Jen Lilley and Brant Daugherty - Home & Family

Jen Lilley and Brant Daugherty

Actress Jen Lilley and actor Brant Daugherty sit down with Cameron and Debbie to talk about their Hallmark Channel Original Movie, “Mingle All the Way,” which premieres Saturday, December 1st at 8/7c. They also bring a clip from the movie for the audience that shows off their on-screen chemistry. Brant discusses what it was like having TV icon, Lindsay Wagner play his mother, and fighting the urge to not get starstruck when they shared scenes together. Meanwhile, Jen describes what it was like to record the new music single, “King of Hearts.”

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DIY Christmas Lampshade

Maria Provenzano is updating an ordinary lampshade and turning it into a festive DIY. The lampshade should have the same circumference all the way around to make it easier to work with. Apply spray adhesive to the lampshade in a well-ventilated area, even if you have to do it outside. Once she is done applying the fabric to the lampshade, she adds extra trimmings to make the lampshade more decorative.

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Ivy 101

Shirley Bovshow is showing you how to care for ivy and keep it fresh. The first step is placing your ivy in a bucket immediately and submerging it in water right after you cut it. The ivy is a plant that will seek out support, clinging to walls and destroying them. She recommends growing it indoors because the ivy is well-behaved, as long as the room gets light. The most important part to remember is to only water the ivy when the plant needs it, which you can tell by feeling the soil with your hands.

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Coq Au Vin

Host of EntertainingWithBeth.com, Beth Le Manach is in the kitchen making the classic dish, coq au vin with chicken legs and bacon. She recommends the chicken legs because they are tender and packed with flavor. When adding the alcohol to the vegetables, she advises you to turn the flame off over the stove to avoid starting a fire. If you need to save time, you can prepare this dish in advance, refrigerate it, then place it back in the oven.

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The Gift of Family - Home & Family

The Gift of Family

Sr. Family Historian for Ancestry, Michelle Ercanbrack is here to tell Cameron about the results of his AncestryDNA. Before getting started, Michelle explains that AncestryDNA is a great way to help families connect around the world and get to know more about their history. Cameron is impressed with learning about his family history and discovering his Swedish roots. AncestryDNA is on sale for Cyber Monday for only $49.

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Lindsey Stirling

Award-winning violinist, Lindsey Stirling, hits the Home & Family stage to perform the Christmas classic, “I Saw Three Ships.” Don’t forget to check out her holiday album, “Warmer In the Winter.”

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Lovely In Lace

Lawrence Zarian is introducing you to ways you can wear lace this holiday season.

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DIY Holiday Gifts

Shirley, Maria and Ken introduce you to creative DIY holiday gifts that will not break the bank.

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