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Monday, September 23rd, 2019

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Cameron Checks-in - Home & Family

Cameron Checks-in
Cameron Mathison checks in with Debbie and the rest of the family on his recovery status. He also thanks all the viewers for their encouraging words and the cards he has received.

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Oatmeal Cream Sandwich Cookies - Home & Family

Oatmeal Cream Sandwich Cookies
Editor of “Bake from Scratch” magazine, Brian Hart Hoffman shows you how to bake fresh oatmeal cream cookie sandwiches. Brian pulses the quick cooking oats until they get broken down some, but not to a flour consistency for a chewy texture. He adds molasses for texture and flavor, dark corn syrup for caramel flavor, and vanilla extract. Brian also announces the feature of Debbie's family recipe for baklava in the holiday cookie issue of "Baked from Scratch."

Get the recipe for the Cookies >>

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DIY Fall Door Décor
Maria Provenzano adds some curb appeal to your home with her leafy front door décor. Maria uses canvas drop cloth to cover the door for easy removal later. She uses heavy duty elastic as “suspenders” to hold the fabric on the door. It comes in all colors, so you can choose something to compliment your door. Adding an accent color to the letters can help them pop.

Get the instructions for the Door Décor >>

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Brooks Laich & Gavin DeGraw "What Men Think" - Home & Family

Brooks Laich & Gavin DeGraw
Brooks Laich & Gavin DeGraw discuss how they joined forces to help men explore their emotions through their podcast, “What Men Think.” They talk about how they hit it off after literally having just met before doing their first podcast. They hope to give men the ability to feel vulnerable and in touch with their emotions and discuss their insecurities in a safe space for high level conversations. It’s also mixed in with a lot of humor courtesy of Gavin. Look for “How Men Think” Podcast available on all podcast platforms and the iHeart app.

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Corn 101
Shirley Bovshow shows you how to preserve corn so you can you can enjoy it all year round when growing your own. Put corn immediately in ice water to stop it from cooking. This is to prevent destroying an enzyme in your vegetable that can degrade your food. The kernels are ready when there are no traces of moisture.

Get the instructions for Dehydrating Corn >>

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Summer to Fall Skincare
Kym Douglas gives your skin a deep clean with her all natural detoxifying mask. During colder months, switch over to a gentler cleanser. Use cleansing water or cleansing oil to keep your skin from drying out. During the winter months up your game with vitamin E internally to soothe dry skin and redness.

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Spiced Chicken with Lemon & Olives
Founder of “Weelicious,” Catherine McCord has the perfect solution for your busy weeknights with her delicious one pot spicy chicken dinner recipe. Catherine uses castelvetrano olives, which are mild and add some meatiness to the dish. She uses boneless and skinless chicken breast for faster cooking time. Tofu can be used instead of chicken for a vegetarian recipe.

Get the recipe for the Chicken >>

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Must Have Fall Sweaters
Lawrence Zarian has tips to keep you in style for sweater weather. Elevate a poncho sweater by adding a dress shirt. Wear a t-shirt underneath to extend wear between washes for your sweater. Avoid hanging sweaters to keep shape intact, you lay them over a hanger instead. Other options to preserve your sweater’s shape, are to lay them flat or role them in a drawer. A razor, Velcro strip, or comb can be used to remove pilling.

LOOK: LZ
· Brooks Brothers Silk and Cotton Stripe Crewneck Sweater
· Brooks Brothers Red Fleece Light Weight Cotton Jersey Shirt
· Brooks Brothers 1818 Regent Trousers


LOOK #1
· Joseph A color block poncho sweater
· Calvin Klein white button down shirt
· Madewell stretch denim


LOOK #2
· Max Studio sweater
· Theory cream turtleneck
· Max Studio faux suede pant


LOOK #3
· Eloquii black robe sweater
· Eloquii print blouse
· Eloquii black wide leg pant

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Cuddle Club - Home & Family

Cuddle Club
Founder & CEO of “Muttville Senior Dog Rescue,” Sherri Franklin discusses how she was inspired to start the cuddle club. It started out with one meeting a month with senior organizations that would bring their senior citizens over to “Muttville” and interact with senior dogs. This grew to meeting every week and has now opened to the public, so any seniors can come by.

Find out more at muttville.org

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S'mores Entertaining Station
DIY Expert Luke Barr shows you how to build your own s’more station that will carry you all through the fall season. For this DIY Luke repurposes an old pallet. He also adds a chain that connects the pallet to the back leg to make sure that it doesn’t extend to far and gives it the right angle to stabilize the station.

Get the instructions for the S’more Station >>

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Classic Game Day Snacks - Home & Family

Game Day Sour Cream & Onion Dip with Bacon Crackers and Mocktails
Debbie is joined by host of “Bar Rescue,” Jon Taffer to serve his amazing mocktails along with her delicious game day dip. Jon shows you how to make a non-alcoholic Piña Colada in which he adds coconut cream for sweetness and lime juice for sourness in place of the alcohol. For her dip recipe Debbie caramelizes onions for about 35-45 minutes and for the bacon crackers she wraps bacon around the cracker and bakes them at 250 degrees for about 60-90 minutes.

Get the recipe for the Dip and Mocktails >>

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Adoption Ever After - Lawrence & Larissa

Adoption Ever After
Meet Lawrence (LZ) and Larissa, 7 month old Beagle and Shepherd puppy mixes. They're sweet puppies that still have a lot of growing and training to do. They are both looking for a home together with a big yard where they can be active.

Find out more about Lawrence and Larissa and other adoptable pets at Petadoptionfund.org

Meet Apple, a year old Tortoiseshell cat. She is leash trained and loves to get outside to go for walks. She’s looking for her forever home where she can cuddle up and continue to go on walks.

Find out more about Apple and other adoptable pets at smvhs.org