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Tuesday, August 7th (Previously Aired June 5th, 2018)

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Katie Lee Cooks

Host of “The Kitchen,” Katie Lee is making the perfect summertime treat of chocolate chip cookie ice cream sandwiches. She also brings a clip from her season three premiere of “Beach Bites with Katie Lee,” that you can watch June 7th at 10/9c on Cooking Channel.

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Thompson Square

Keifer Thompson and Shawna Thompson of the band, Thompson Square visit Home & Family to talk about their new album and their upcoming tour. Their new album, “Masterpiece” is available anywhere music is streaming and on the band’s website.

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DIY Barrel Grill Cart - Home & Family

DIY Barrel Grill Cart

Ken Wingard is taking a recycled wooden barrel and turning it into a storage place for your barbecue food and ice cold drinks. Before getting started, he recommends getting your barrel at a winery, building store or even online. Winery barrels work best because they are waterproof.

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Dry-Brined Pepper Filet Mignons - Home & Family

Dry-Brined Pepper Filet Mignons

Author and host of “Steven Raichlen’s Project Fire,” Steven Raichlen is outside grilling up some mouth-watering dry-brined pepper filet mignons. Before getting started, dry-brine your steaks in the refrigerator for up to one hour. He also pairs the dish with what he calls homemade cutting board sauce, but barbecue sauce works just as well.

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Capes 4 Heroes

Founder of Capes 4 Heroes, Barbara Casados talks about her organization and how it helps children. The purpose of Capes 4 Heroes is to make personalized superhero capes for kids with disabilities or life-threatening illnesses to help empower them and raise their self-esteem. Barbara has delivered up to 25,000 capes to kids.

Get more information at Capes4Heroes.com

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Ami Desai

Mommy blogger and beauty expert Ami Desai is showing you the hottest styles for wedding hair. From romantic waves to a relaxed wedding bun, Ami has you covered with what is on trend right now.

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DIY Tropical Drink Ware

Maria Provenzano is getting you ready for your next outdoor party by making topical drink ware like coconut cups, a palm decanter and a tropical flower punch bowl. She recommends finding most of your tropical decor at a local craft store or online. Today, Maria is using fake flowers so you don’t have to worry about fresh ones welting.

Get the Instructions to the Drink Ware >>

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Seared Scallops with Corn Succotash - Home & Family

Seared Scallops with Corn Succotash

Season 13 of “Food Network Star,” Harrison Bader is making his famous seared scallops and pairing them with corn succotash. He recommends using shiitake mushrooms in this dish for their extra-meaty flavor. Before getting started, Harrison talks about growing up in New York and learning to cook in his father’s deli.

Get the Recipe to the Scallops and Succotash >>

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Countdown to Countdown Marquee

Paige Hemmis is getting into the holiday spirit by showing you how to make your own Christmas Countdown Marquee. Before getting started, you can ask your hardware store to cut the plywood for you, as long as you purchase it from the same store. Just make sure to give yourself up to 24 hours for the hot glue to dry if you decide to use that instead of nails.

Get the Instructions to the Marquee >>

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Wedding Speech Tips - Home & Family

Wedding Speech 101

The family members all gather around to discuss tips about wedding speeches. Paige says you should have just a select group of people to give short speeches and not make it an open mic night. Maria says that the person delivering the speech should have a prepared one for interest in time. Meanwhile, Ken suggests staying away from inside jokes so nobody feels alienated.