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Tuesday, August 15th, 2017

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Deborah Joy Winans

Actress Deborah Joy Winans from OWN’s “Greenleaf,” sits down with Ali and Debbie! She talks about to talk the return of her series starting August 15th at 10/9c. Deborah’s role on the drama stands out since Oprah Winfrey personally selected her for the part. Deborah has been staying busy also playing CeCe Winans in the musical, “Born for This.”

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Farmer's Market Lemon Risotto - Home & Family

Farmer’s Market Vegetable Lemon Risotto

Dr. JJ is in the kitchen whipping up her famous lemon risotto, which contains six nutritious vegetables. In order to make the risotto creamer, continue stirring the pot on low heat, using a hot stock. She also recommends using your leftovers to make arancini and serving it with marinara sauce.

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DIY Growth Chart - Home & Family

DIY Growth Chart

Paige Hemmis showing you how to celebrate baby with this DIY, a growth chart. When putting up the measurements, start one to two feet from the floor. The total cost of this DIY will run you around $20.

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Check out more from Paige at PaigeHemmis.com

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Brow Trends

Global brow expert Jared Bailey is here to show you some of the latest eyebrow trends, including the feathered brow and bold and the angular look.

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Brendan Hines

Actor Brendan Hines from Amazon Prime’s “The Tick” visits Home & Family to talk about his character. You can catch “The Tick,” streaming starting August 25th. He also opens up about his childhood, having grown up with two philosophy teachers for parents.

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DIY Still-Life Centerpiece - Home & Family

Still-Life Centerpiece

“The Flower Chef,” Carly Cylinder gives you tips of how to create a still-life centerpiece. Taking the flowers for your centerpiece, strip the stems, like you would do with rosemary. Make sure to add your focal point flowers last in the centerpiece since that is the first thing your guests will see. The entire cost of this DIY is $35, compared to $150 if you bought it in a store.

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Clam and Corn Chowder - Home & Family

Clam and Corn Chowder

Chef Nick Liberato of Venice, California’s “The Whaler,” is in the kitchen making clam and corn chowder on a bed of fries. He recommends adding white wine to the dish to add acidity. This helps deglaze the pan and also marries all the flavors. If you want to use fresh clams, his favorite are “Chesapeake Bay.” When you are done, you can store the chowder in your freezer for up to three months.

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DIY Lollipop Christmas Tree - Home & Family

DIY Lollipop Christmas Tree

Ken Wingard takes wood, a drill, dowel, paint, E6000, a round plaque, finial and lollipops and creates a festive DIY, a lollipop Christmas tree! Once finished, you can add numbers to make the tree an advent calendar. The total cost of this DIY is about ten dollars.

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Check out more from Ken at KennethWingard.com

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Fashion Dilemma

Lawrence Zarian is here to cure your fashion dilemmas, especially if you are someone always on the go, with so little time.

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Keep Kamden Rollin’

Kamden Houshan and his mother, Yvonne talk about Kamden’s congenital intramedullary spinal cord tumor, which resulted in paralysis. Kamden is also joined by his childhood best friend, Paul Burnett and Paul’s mother, Jenny. Paul has set up a GoFundMe to raise money for his best friend to get a new wheelchair. He ended up raising $5,455 and Kamden was able to buy a smaller, lighter and more stable wheelchair.

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Best First Day of School

Matt Rogers offers up some fun tactics to get your kids excited about getting ready for school.