Katherine LaNasa

Katherine LaNasa sits down with Mark and Cristina to talk about playing the villain on the USA show, “Satisfaction.” She says the appeal of her character for fans is that they love to hate her! In real life, Katherine is married to actor Grant Show, who has also guest starred on her new series. They met on the show, “Old Love,” but it took meeting again in Canada for their romance to begin. Aside from acting, the two spend their time raising their eighteen-month old daughter, Eloise and stay busy remodeling a 100-year-old beach cottage.
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Fried Chicken and Waffles

John Seymour of “Sweet Chick NYC” is in the kitchen cooking up one of his famous dishes, Fried Chicken and Waffles. He says the very first thing you have to do when making the fried chicken is make the brine and let it soak with the chicken in the refrigerator for 24 hours. Make sure to cook the chicken until it is golden brown and crispy. The secret is not being shy with the syrup and butter when serving it!

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DIY Vintage Tray

Ken Wingard shows you how to make your very own tray menu board. He points out that anybody at any DIY skill level can make this board. Ken also recommends finding your vintage tray at a yard sale or online to save money. He enlists the help of Katherine when it comes to painting the tray.

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Winterizing Your Nails

Katie Cazorla is back to discuss how you can prepare your nails for winter. Katie recommends soaking your hands in warm water and your favorite essential oil to soften your skin. She also shows you how to make your exfoliant scrub by mixing white sugar, coconut oil and your favorite essential oil.

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Danielle Fishel Interview

The actress opens up about her series, “Girl Meets World” and her latest film, “Boiling Pot.” The new film deals with racist events that took place in American from 2008-2012. Danielle went back to college, where she graduated with a degree in Psychology. While in school, Danielle took a fascinating course on prejudice, where she says you learn about yourself and open your eyes about your biases.
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Puppy Socialization Training

Laura Nativo prepares you for when you bring a puppy to your home. She encourages you to give your puppy a treat when they interact with strangers in a positive way. Laura says that dogs learn in two ways, association and consequence. The puppies can start socialization classes at 7-8 weeks and to make sure the puppies are vaccinated. Finally, Laura says you should get the puppies used to as many surfaces as possible to help eliminate future fear they may have to new environments.

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DIY Rustic Sconces

Paige Hemmis is making a rustic sconce using craft wood. She encourages you to wear gloves, especially when dealing with the propane torch to color your wood. If you don’t want to deal with the torch, you can easily work with a stain. If you wanted to save money, you can use any scrap wood you might have around the house. This DIY will cost you less than $15!

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November's Best Deals - Home & Family

November’s Best Buys
Jeanette Pavini is back to inform you about Open Enrollment that starts on November 1st, which is opportunity to renew or shop for a new health insurance policy. She encourages you to talk to your employers and research all the plans. Jeanette also introduces viewers at home to some great ways you can research deals in November! This is especially true when buying appliances and searching for “overstock” deals.

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