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Monday, September 26th, 2016

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The Smiths Interview

Two-time NBA champion Kenny Smith and his wife of ten years, “Price is Right” model, Gwendolyn Osborne-Smith sit down with Debbie to talk about their recent anniversary trip to the Dominican Republic and they took their family with them, as well. They even joke about their different childhoods, since Kenny grew up in Queens, New York and Gwendolyn grew up in Bath, England. Together, they have five kids ranging from the ages 3 to 23, so it is never a dull moment at home!

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Home Cook Finalist: Dina Deleasa-Gonsar - Home & Family

Home Cook Finalist

Dina Deleasa-Gonsar is one of Home & Family’s Home Cook finalist and today she is in the kitchen making carrot cake pancakes with candied bacon. Dina explains that she started getting into cooking breakfasts when she saw how much her two-year-old niece loves pancakes. The secret is putting the batter in the fridge for 30 minutes to make it extra-thick when pouring.

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Brianne Howey Interview

The actress sits down with Debbie and guests hosts Kenny and Gwendolyn to talk about her new thrilling television series, “The Exorcist,” which airs Fridays at 9/8c on Fox. Each one of them she the story of watching the horror film, “The Exorcist.” Brianne explains that her television show is taking place 40 years after the movie. She also talks about what it was like staying in a haunted hotel while filming the series.

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DIY Pumpkin Topiary - Home & Family

DIY Pumpkin Topiary

Paige Hemmis is getting ready for fall by making a DIY pumpkin topiary. She suggests using fake pumpkins so the topiary will last longer than three weeks, in fact you can use it for the entire season. The entire DIY will cost you $50.

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Get more from Paige at PaigeHemmis.com

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Sugar Stuffed Pumpkins - Home & Family

Stuffed Sugar Pumpkins

Chef Greg Frey from Golden Door is in the kitchen with a fall-themed recipe, stuffed sugar pumpkins. He recommends using a serrated knife because it makes the slicing more efficient. When scraping the pumpkin hollow, don’t throw away the innards or the seeds, because they are a great source fiber and nutrients.

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Get more from Greg at GoldenDoor.com

The recipe comes from The Age Beautifully Cookbook by Grace O and Foodtrients.com

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Awkward Family Photos

The creators of Awkward Family Photos online, Mike Bender and Doug Chernack talk about some of their favorite awkward photos they have come across in the past. They even show Home & Family some of the funniest ones they have come across.

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DIY Scarecrow - Home & Family

DIY Scarecrow

Ken Wingard gets in the Halloween spirit by showing you how to make your own scarecrow. His scarecrow is more cute and less scary. For a creative touch, Ken adds some personal items to the scarecrow. The entire DIY cost Ken about $25.

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Get more from Ken at KennethWingard.com

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Potty Training Tips - Home & Family

Potty Training Tips

Kristin Smith is giving you some potty training tips that she has learned from teaching her son, Kingston. You should watch for signs that your toddler is ready to be taken to the bathroom. Another way to guarantee success is by helping your child be confident every time they reach a milestone during potty training.

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The Science of Creaming Butter and Sugar

Dan Kohler is back in the kitchen breaking down the science of creaming butter and sugar. He demonstrates the creaming process using a food mixer and keeping it going for five minutes. He explains the invisible ingredient to help cream the sugar and butter is oxygen. If you add a cold egg, it will help chill the batter and the dough can be stored for up to three days in the fridge.

Get more from Dan at RenedgadeKitchen.com