Tuesday, August 23rd, 2016

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Dave Coulier Interview

The comedic actor visits Home & Family as a guest and as today’s co-host. Dave opens up about his Netflix series “Fuller House” and even talks about what it was like to direct for the show. He also talks about just starting out as a comedian and describes how Jay Leno gave him advice about keeping it clean and embracing his family-oriented audience. Dave gets personal when talking about how proud he is of his son, who followed his dreams of becoming a pilot.

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Kym Douglas's All-Time Favorite Beauty Products - Home & Family

Kym’s All-Time Beauty Products

Kym Douglas shows you her top three favorite beauty products of all-time. She explains DermaFlash successfully removes fuzz and debris from the face. Vibrance Serum helps smooth and repair skin. Finally, she recommends good old fashioned 99 cent Vaseline to help get rid of make-up at night.

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Spaghetti with Turkey Meatballs - Home & Family

Spaghetti with Turkey Meatballs

Debbie is in the kitchen preparing an Italian favorite, spaghetti with turkey meatballs, with the help of Ragu Homemade Sauce. She recommends Ragu’s sauce because it contains no artificial colors, flavors or high fructose corn syrup. The turkey meatballs provide a flavorful, lean protein. She advises adding water to the turkey meat to keep the meat from drying out.

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Jeff Dye Interview

The comedian sits down with Debbie and Dave to talk about his NBC reality series, “Better Late Than Never,” which airs Tuesdays at 10/9c. In the series, he serves as the tour guide in Asia for William Shatner, Terry Bradshaw, Henry Winkler and George Forman. He said it was fun traveling with the men because he learned so much about their various quirks.

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The Power of Habit

Lifestyle expert Rachel Hollis hosts a roundtable where the family members talk about the power of habit and how they can rid their lives of the bad ones.

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DIY Stacking Bookcase - Home & Family

DIY Stacking Bookcase

Ken Wingard shows you how to make your own stacking bookcase, which he says is a great DIY for renters because it is easily movable. When stacking books, Ken reminds you to start with the largest books at the bottom. Ken explains the entire DIY took him about 15 minutes, without counting how long it takes for the paint to dry. This entire DIY will cost you less than $30!

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Dr. Mao Shing Ni talks about the benefits of cupping, which draws blood from a certain area and helps soothe painful muscles and spasms, not to mention removing toxins from the body. Cupping became a recent talked about subject after Olympic swimmer, Michael Phelps revealed he does it before and after races.

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DIY Wardrobe Hanging Station - Home & Family

DIY Wardrobe Hanging Station

Paige Hemmis has the perfect DIY for those who are always on the go, a “gotta go garment rack.” She points out that the garment rack is very helpful for those who try to plan out ahead of time what they are wearing the next day. You can also personalize this DIY to make it match your style. The best part is this DIY will only cost you $25.

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The Science of Tofu - Home & Family

The Science of Tofu

Dan Kohler is in the kitchen explaining the science behind the meat substitute, tofu. He says the the common excuses for not trying tofu is that looks weird and there is no flavor, but there are definite ways to flavor it to make it taste better. Dan then shows you the process that goes into making your own tofu.

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