Tuesday, November 28th, 2017

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Larissa is joined by Charles, an 8-month-old cat. He’s a polydactyl cat, meaning he has extra toes, which makes him extra special. He would be the perfect cat for someone who would want a dog like cat, as he likes to play and walks on a harness and leash pretty well for walks together.

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Yolanda Gampp's Christmas Cakies - Home & Family

Christmas Cakes
Creator and founder of “How to Cake It” Yolanda Gampp shares her delicious Christmas Cakies recipe. This sweet dessert is similar to ice cream sandwiches, but the ice cream is replaced by chocolate cake with Italian Merengue Buttercream. Decorate them in Christmas colors and you have the perfect Christmas treat.

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DIY Christmas Tissue Boxes
Maria Provenzano shows you how to take a simple tissue box and make part of your holiday décor. This is fun and great DIY to work on with your kids for the sneezy season.

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The Christmas Ornament star Cameron Mathison

Cameron Mathison
Actor and Host Cameron Mathison visits Home & Family. Cameron talks about decorating for Christmas with his family. He also talks about Star Vizn, an app that you can download and website you can log into where you work out with celebrities.

For more on Cameron @cameronmathison

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Ask Paige
Paige answers viewer questions. She answers questions about using how to make glitter stick, using left over yarn to make pom-poms and about her favorite DIY’s.

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Pork Porterhouse Steak with Mojo de Ajo & Roasted Peppers
Chef Travis Strickland visits the kitchen to show you how to make this delicious juicy and tender Pork Porterhouse Steak. He shares some tips on how to cut and brine the meat. He also adds that you pull the steak off the heat 5°F before desired temperature as the meat will cook another five minutes after you take it out.

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Donna Mills
Actress Donna Mills stops by Home & Family to talk about coming back to acting on the stage and working on Driving Miss Daisy. She also talks about the quick process of transformation of her character Miss Daisy who ages 72 to 97 in the play. Donna also talks about be open to the idea of a possible Knott’s Landing reality show.

Driving Miss Daisy will be playing through December 10 at the Colony Theatre in Burbank, CA.
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Orly's DIY Holiday Throw Blankets - Home & Family

DIY Holiday Throw Blankets
Orly shows you how to make these festive blankets without any necessary sewing. She recommends using plaid fabric because the lines on the fabric make for a perfect grid to cut straight lines for this DIY. What is also important to note is that Polar Fleece fabric usually have goods that are 60” wide, the perfect size for a blanket.

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Sun-Dried Eggplant Parmigiana
Major Crimes actor, Tony Denison makes a festive Sicilian holiday dish in the Home & Family kitchen. He also talks about his character Andy Flynn, who he’s played for 13 years on The Closer and Major Crimes.

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Ford Warriors in Pink Fashion Show with Models
Mark and Debbie are joined by three Breast Cancer survivors from Ford Warriors in Pink. While modeling the 2017 apparel collection the women talk about staying positive after diagnosis, looking at resources outside your health care community for additional support, and regularly schedule mammograms for early detection.

Ford Warriors in Pink 2017 Apparel Collection at

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Sophie's Homemade Shower Steamers - Home & Family

DIY Eucalyptus Shower Steamers
Sophie Uliano shows you how to make what is essentially a bath bomb for your shower that releases aroma therapy oils that help open up your sinuses and relieves a stuffy nose. Most of the ingredients required to make these the shower steamers are available at your local grocery store.

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