Tuesday, September 10th, 2019

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Adoption Ever After - Buddah
Meet Buddha, a 2-3 year-old Akita mix. He is currently being fostered, where he loves to play with three other dogs. He is heart-worm positive, but he will be covered by the rescue for the heart-worms for the family that will adopt him.

Find out more about Buddah and other adoptable animals at

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Lemon Lentil & Grain Salad - Home & Family

Lemon Lentil & Grain Salad
Actress Haylie Duff shows you how to make a delicious and healthy lemon lentil & grain salad. After roasting the beets, Haylie recommends placing them in a rough towel and rubbing the towel against the beet to remove the skin. For this salad she uses 3 grains, farrow, lentils, and quinoa.

Get the recipe for the Salad >>

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DIY Oyster Shell Jewelry Tray - Home & Family

DIY Oyster Shell Jewelry Tray
Orly Shani shows you an elegant way an oyster shell can be transformed into a beautiful jewelry tray. If you don't happen to have oyster shells, you can purchase a pack online. For a high gloss look, use glossy paint or glossy mod podge as the top coat.

Get the instructions for the Jewelry Tray >>

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Mary Murphy
“So You Think You Can Dance,” judge Mary Murphy stops by to talk about the season 16 finale. She discusses the challenges the competitors face training and rehearsing for each show. She also talks about her catchphrase, “The hot tamale train,” came to be on the show when she compliments the competitors. "So You Think You Can Dance" airs Monday at 8/7c on FOX.

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Beauty on the Go
Kym Douglas shows you some beauty products that you can take with you when you’re on the go. Products include an anti-frizz sheets that help with hair humidity; black cake mascara which you add some water and use as mascara and eyeliner; and compressed towels that expand in water to help you freshen up.

Frizz Wipes , $18,

Black Cake Mascara, 25,

Compressed towels, $20,

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DIY Little Free Pantry - Home & Family

DIY Little Free Pantry
DIY expert Luke Barr shows you how to create a little free pantry to nourish your community. Little free pantry comes from the little library concept, little pop-up library post where you can take a book and leave a book. In the case of the little free pantry, non-perishable foods replace the books. For this DIY, Luke shows you how you can upcycle a cabinet. He recommends using a weather-proofing sealer to protect the pantry from outdoor conditions.

Get the instructions for the Pantry >>

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Adoption Ever After – Derp-a-Doodle - Home & Family

Adoption Ever After – Derp-a-Doodle
Meet Derp-a-Doodle, a thirteen-year-old chihuahua. He loves attention and gets along with other dogs and is really good around kids. He’s looking for a home with a senior or someone who’s looking for a companion to sit on the couch with.

Find out more about Derp-a-Doodle and other adoptable pets at

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Crispy Skin Wild Red Snapper - Home & Family

Crispy Skin Wild Red Snapper
Chef Rick Moonen shows you the secret to cooking fish with perfectly crispy skin. Keep fish skin side down while cooking and hold at the center for a bit to prevent it from puffing up so the skin touches the pan to achieve the crispy skin.

Get the recipe for the Red Snapper >>

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Healing Back Pain Naturally - Home & Family

Healing Back Pain Naturally
Dr. Mao discusses his new book, “Back to Pain Free Health: Secrets of Natural Healing for Back Pain.” He suggests natural tools and supplements that help aid back pain. Items include a spikey ball or foam roller to relieve tension, trying natural pain relief products. You can apply oils such as wintergreen, eucalyptus, and fennel. Aroma therapy such as lavender helps you relax your muscles, and herbs like turmeric and ginger help improve circulation and are anti-inflammatory. He recommends avoiding heavy purses on shoulder, wearing a backpack on both shoulders and buckling it at the waist. Tai Chi and Qi Gong exercises can relieve back pain.

Find out more at

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DIY Color Floor Pillows
Ali Fedotowsky-Manno shows you how to add a pop of color to your home with no-sew DIY floor pillows. Ali uses clothespins to clamp down the glued fabric, these work better clamping at an angle the corners with the handles. This DIY is simple and fun to make with the kids.

Get the instructions for the Pillows >>

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101 Chicken Keeping Hacks
Founder of Fresh Eggs Daily, Lisa Steele discusses the benefits of raising chickens. There are over a hundred different breeds of chicken. She talks about her book that features cost effective ways of raising chickens and recommends getting them as baby chicks.

Find out more information at

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Viewer Mail
Ali, Kym, and Orly answer viewer questions. Ali shows you a solution to make food fun for the kids with shape cutters for sandwiches. Some shapes include a star, dolphins, and a butterfly. Kym shows you how to make your own DIY egg and soy free skin moisturizer. Orly shows you an easy way to hem you pants without the use of sewing.


1 Cup Sweet Almond Oil
½ Cup Beeswax Pellets
1 Cup Aloe Vera Gel
5 Drops Lavender Essential Oil
5 Drops Vanilla Essential Oil
Hand Mixer

1. Combine sweet almond oil beeswax pellets and heat over a double broiler or microwave.
2. While that melts, combine the aloe vera gel and essential oils in a seperate bowl.
3. Once all the pellets have melted, remove from heat and allow to cool.
4. Using a hand mixer, start to whip the sweet almond oil mixture on low, slowly incorporating the aloe vera gel mixture.
5. Put hand mixer on high and continue to whip for 10-15 minutes, until desired consistency has been reached.