Tuesday, February 26th, 2019

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Chicken Barley Soup - Home & Family

Chicken Barley Soup

Dorit Kemsley of “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” stops by the kitchen to make a hearty recipe of chicken barley soup. A big benefit to this recipe is the soup only takes one pot to make. The key to saving time is having all the ingredients prepped and ready to add. It is easy to make this soup vegetarian by just removing the chicken and using vegetarian stock.

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Clean Beauty Products

Kym Douglas is introducing you to some of her favorite clean products on the market. She expresses the importance of using products on your skin that are as chemical-free as possible. She also recommends the app “Think Dirty” to help you find out if your products are “clean.”

Soft Matte Liquid Lipstick,

Lapis Facial Oil,

Kopari Deodorant,

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Nyle DiMarco

Model and activist Nyle DiMarco stops by Home & Family to discuss Actiview. Actiview is an iOS app that contains features for those who are blind or have low vision, as well as those who are deaf or hard of hearing. He also shares that he never looked at his life as a challenge being hearing-impaired. He has always had access to love and communication and that is the most important.

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DIY Crossbody Phone Cases - Home & Family

DIY Crossbody Phone Cases

Orly Shani is updating an ordinary phone case with this fun DIY. She encourages you to put as much of your own personality into the design as possible, to make the case stand out. You can find blank phone cases for this project online.

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Dr. Nita Landry

Dr. Nita Landry of “The Doctors” sits down with Cameron and Debbie to discuss type 2 diabetes. She shares the complications that come with this diagnosis and also explains that type 2 diabetics have a four times bigger risk of developing heart disease. She also expresses the importance of diabetics asking questions of their doctor about heart health.

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DIY Tea Party - Home & Family

DIY Tea Party

Maria Provenzano is showing you how to throw your own tea party at home, including making your own saucers and sugar cubes. This DIY tea party was inspired by the upcoming Hallmark Movies & Mysteries Movie, “Chronicle Mysteries: Vines that Bind,” which you can watch the premiere of on Sunday, March 3rd at 9/8c. She also explains that the little saucers can be turned into coasters, as well!

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DIY Hair Bow Organizer - Home & Family

DIY Hair Bow Organizer

Ali Fedotowsky-Manno is helping you stay organized with this DIY hair bow organizer. This project was inspired by Ali’s daughter and her love for bows and tutus. She recommends using finger protectors when working with the hot glue. She also encourages you to let your daughter decide the colors for the ribbons and sash to express her own style.

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Spring Break Travel Tips

“The Travel Mom,” Emily Kaufman stops by Home & Family to help give you tips on how to save money this spring break. She recommends checking out cruises because you can find last-minute deals, you only pack one suitcase and there can be fun for every single age. She also suggests a fun staycation, where you can explore your own hometown. Finally, she suggests checking out your credit card provider to see if you can find any travel discounts.

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Seared Ahi Tuna - Home & Family

Seared Ahi Tuna

Owner of Manhattan Beach Post restaurant David LeFevre is making a delicious seared ahi tuna with garnet yam puree, blistered scallions and shishito peppers, peanuts and gingered maple miso sauce. He says you to need to only sear the tuna in hot oil for 15-30 seconds on each side to avoid over cooking it. If you are not a fan of tuna, you can always replace it with scallops or halibut.

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Stand Up for Pits Foundation

Larissa Wohl is joined by the President of Stand Up for Pits Foundation, Rebecca Corry to discuss Angel Day, which will offer free spay and neutering to take place in 22 cities on April 2nd. Shortly after fostering a pit bull named Angel, Rebecca made it a mission to help save pit bulls in shelters. She made Angel Day on April 2nd because that was the day her Angel passed away from cancer in 2016. She explains that pit bulls and pit bull mixes make up almost 40% of dogs in the shelter and expresses the importance of spaying and neutering.

Adoption Ever After

NAME: Stephanie
LOCATION: Brooklyn, NY
RESCUE: The Sato Project

NAME: Scooter
LOCATION: Bakersfield, CA
RESCUE: Kern County Animal Services