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Thursday, May 23rd, 2019

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Beer Can Chicken - Home & Family

Beer Can Chicken

David Codney of The Peninsula Beverly Hills is in the kitchen making a delicious beer can chicken with a homemade rub. Before getting started, make sure you purchase a dry chicken at the store, which means there is no added moisture. The drier the chicken, the crispier the skin when you cook it. After seasoning the chicken, he places it in the refrigerator overnight for the most flavor. He also makes a homemade white BBQ sauce and pairs the dish with a pickled watermelon salad.

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DIY Welcome Mats

Paige Hemmis is updating ordinary welcome mats and making them more personalized with this DIY. By making your own colorful welcome mat, you not only save money but you give your home some extra curb appeal. By using acrylic paint and painters tape, she turns one welcome mat into a mat resembling a house. You can also use a latex paint. When done, she uses a stencil spell, “Home Sweet Home.”

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Tony and Lauren Dungy

Best selling author and NFL champion coach Tony Dungy and his wife, best selling author and education specialist Lauren Dungy sit down with Cameron and Debbie to talk about their new children’s book, “We Chose You.” They discuss how they adapted their real life family into their book, including their 7 adopted children, as well as their three biological children. They also announce that they are in the process of adopting their eighth child this year.

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Confetti Italian Cookies - Home & Family

Confetti Italian Cookies

Pastry chef Tina Zaccardi is baking a tasty batch of Italian cookies with a homemade chocolate buttercream. Before getting started, she talks about winning season four of “The Great American Baking Show Holiday Edition.” Today’s cookies stand out because she makes her own almond paste. If you are making your own almond paste, she recommends using a food processor to make it as smooth as possible. She suggests using cake flour for that birthday cake flavor. If you don’t have time to make your own buttercream frosting, canned frosting will always work, too.

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Robert Wagner

Legendary actor Robert Wagner joins Larissa Wohl to talk about the importance of kitten rescue. He also opens up about work he is doing with the animal rescue organization, Best Friends.

Adoption Ever After

NAME: ROLLS ROYCE (KITTEN)
LOCATION: LOS ANGELES, CA
RESCUE: BEST FRIENDS LOS ANGELES
WEBSITE: bestfriendsla.org

NAME: DUDE (DOG)
LOCATION: GOLD BEACH, OR
RESCUE: WILD RIVERS ANIMAL RESCUE
WEBSITE: wildriversanimalrescue.org

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DIY Poppy Brooches - Home & Family

DIY Poppy Brooches

Ken Wingard is observing Memorial Day by making sentimental DIY poppy brooches. As he is making the brooches, Ken describes the tradition of wearing poppies as a way of honoring fallen soldiers. He makes his own poppy brooches out of felt, using a variety of sizes. He also provides you a template to make this DIY even easier to do at home.

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Retro Pork Chops and Apples - Home & Family

Retro Pork Chops and Apples

Author of “Hungry Girl Simply 6,” Lisa Lillien is making a mouth-watering dish of pork chops with apples. Her latest cookbook is filled with recipes that have only six all-natural ingredients or fewer. Season the pork chops with salt and pepper and sear for three minutes a side to get them cooked all the way through. The best part is pork is such a lean meat once you trim the fat. She sauteés the apples and onions with whole grain mustard for texture and flavor, along with apple cider vinegar, which will help soften the onions. Then add to the top of pork chops and serve.

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Ken Coleman

Career expert, radio host and author Ken Coleman sits down with Debbie and Cameron to talk about his book, “The Proximity Principle.” He hopes his book reaches those who feel they are stuck in a rut at their job. He points out that in order to do what you want to do, surround yourself with people who are doing the same thing. Always search for a job that has growth and learning potential, as well.

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Hot Summer Hair - Home & Family

Hot Hair for Summer

Beauty expert Ami Desai is showing you some of the hottest hairstyles for summertime. From beach waves to loose braids, she has you covered!

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Apps for Summer

The family gather around to introduce you to their favorite apps just in time for summer.

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· GrillTime app, $1.99

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· Daily Water app, Free

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· Winnie app, Free

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· Tiny Decisions app, Free