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Jep and Jessica Robertson Visit

“Duck Dynasty” stars Jep and Jessica Robertson visit Home & Family to talk about their hit show. Jep opens up about his recent seizure and how that made him shift his diet and live a healthier lifestyle. Jep and Jessica also have a new book called “The Good, The Bad and The Grace of God,” a story of their relationship, which comes out June 23rd. Jep goes on to show Cristina the variety of duck calling whistles used on the show. Later, the couple get in the kitchen to cook Chicken Quesadillas with Salsa.
Don't miss the season premiere of "Duck Dynasty," June 24th, on A&E. 

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Hottest Styles for Dad

Lawrence Zarian is back to show you what is in style for this Father’s Day. He says suits can be paired with great colors and bold patterns. Accessories are really in fashion. The three-piece single-breasted suit is perfect for the distinguished man. Lawrence also officially declares that navy blue is the new black!

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Unique Vacation Ideas

The Travel Trio are back at Home & Family talking about vacation packages that stand out from the crowd! From taking a culinary tour through Italy to taking classes at a cooking school in Thailand, The Travel Trio has you covered!

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Tina Huang Interview

Actress Tina Huang sits down with Mark and Cristina to talk about the return of the hit series, “Rizzoli & Isles” on TNT. Tina’s family operated a restaurant in Dallas, Texas growing-up and reveals she is not a fan of the fortune cookie. As a joke, Mark gives her a giant edible fortune cookie. One of Tina’s first big acting jobs was on “General Hospital” but now she is loving playing the role of Susie Chang on “Rizzoli & Isles,” whose character creates “die-oramas!”
Don't miss the season premiere of "Rizzoli & Isles," June 16th on TNT.

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DIY Stamped Necklaces

Tanya Memme is in the craft room to show you how to make a very easy, personal and fashionable Stamped Necklace. Before creating the final product, Tanya encourages you to try some practice pieces, first. Tanya says that the entire DIY will cost you as little as $25 and all the supplies can be found at your local craft store.

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Melon and Crab Taquitos - Home & Family

Melon and Crab Taquitos

Chef Katsuji Tanabe is back in the Home & Family kitchen cooking Melon & Crab Taquitos. He points out that melon is in season and extra-sweet right now. Katsuji incorporates both Japanese and Mexican flavor into his meals to compliment his background. He calls this meal the ultimate summer dish!

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Summer Safety-Fire Hazards

Fireman Dan Ferrari returns to talk about Summer BBQ safety. He points out that each year 8,800 home fires are caused by outdoor grills. When operating grills, he highly recommends having a fire extinguisher and a bucket of water at arm’s length. He shows Mark, Cristina and Kym some video to demonstrate just how easy it is for a fire to spread from a grill to the rest of the yard.

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Wedding Party Gifts - Home & Family

Wedding Party Gifts

Paige Hemmis and her fiancee Jason Short team up with Kym Douglas to learn about wedding gift ideas. Kym suggests a robe and eye mask for the bride party. For men, Kym suggests a fun man crate to keep snacks, beverages and pint glasses! She also suggests nice watches for the father and mother of the bride and groom.
Don't miss Jason and Paige's wedding on Hallmark Channel, June 22nd, 8/7c

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Medical Breakthrough with Dr. JJ

Dr. JJ talks about preventing peanut allergies in children. Peanut allergy risk is cut dramatically by early exposure, before the baby’s first birthday. Giving peanuts to babies early can cut risk of developing an allergy by up to 80%. Finally she advises that you should never give a baby peanuts without the allergist’s okay, first.

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