Tuesday, September 13th, 2016

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Holiday Cranberry Sauce - Home & Family

Christmas Cranberry Sauce

Actor Paul Greene is joined by actress, Danica McKellar to talk about Hallmark Channel’s Countdown to Christmas. You can catch Paul in the Hallmark Channel Original Movie, “A Wish for Christmas” and Danica in “My Christmas Dream.” The two stay to make Paul’s famous Christmas Cranberry Sauce. One of Paul’s secrets is using extra ginger. The actor also substitutes sugar with honey to make it healthier.

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Family Room & Breakfast Nook Reveal

The moment is here to see Home & Family’s big makeover of their family room and breakfast nook. The family loves the new look and colors.

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Ask the Bishop

Bishop T.D. Jakes sits down with Home & Family to talk about his favorite inspirational messages and his career of counseling families for over 40 years. T.D. has a new show coming to OWN that premieres September 19th. His main goal is to uplift people and help them deal with their pain and recovery. After his interview, he takes questions from the family members.

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Hal Linden Interview

The Emmy and Tony-award winning actor talks bout his iconic career in show business, including his role as the police captain in “Barney Miller.” Hal also opens up about first starting out in entertainment as a classically trained musician, as well. He gets to demonstrate this talent in the musical, “The Fantasticks,” which is currently running at the Pasadena Playhouse in Los Angeles until October 2nd.

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DIY Organizing School Lunches - Home & Family

DIY Organizing School Lunches

Lifestyle expert Rachel Hollis is back to give you some tips on how to get a little more organized in your day-to-day routine. Today she is showing you how to pack school lunches for your children five days in advance. She even includes each lunch with an individual note or joke, to entertain her kids.

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Loss of a Pet

Psychologist Dr. Julie Austin discusses how to deal with grieving over a lost pet. Julie comforts Home & Family’s senior producer, Lisa Morin, who recently lost her cat. Julie says it is okay to feel guilt over a pet running away and how you can deal with that feeling. She also encourages viewers to make sure their pets are microchipped, especially if they are about to move and if you come across a stray pet, check to see if they have a microchip, as well, before taking them to a shelter.

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Charcoal Ice Cream with Vegetable Sprinkles - Home & Family

Charcoal Ice Cream with Vegetable Sprinkles

Dessert chef Margarita Kallas is in the kitchen making charcoal ice cream with vegetable sprinkles. She explains that charcoal is good for you because it draws out all of your toxins. She loves adding charcoal to a dessert like ice cream because it is healthy. She explains that activated charcoal that she uses is actually made from burning coconut shells. You can also add cookies, fruit or cake bits to the ice cream after for extra-sweet flavors. You can find the charcoal at various health food stores.

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Upgrading Your Bathroom

Paige Hemmis shows you how to upgrade your bathroom for less than $20. She recommends adding lavender or flowers to brighten the look. You can show plush towels for a more high end look and helps keep her bathroom more organized with mason jars that you can find at the dollar store. She also makes her own toilet paper storage out of PVC pipes.

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DIY Mini Animal Canvases - Home & Family

DIY Mini Animal Canvases

Maria Provenzano has been inspired by her son’s recent love of animals by making mini-animal canvases. She recommends getting as creative as you want with the colors, so buy a variety of acrylic paints. If money is not an option, you can use spray paint for a little extra. You can also get the hardware store to cut your wood with a saw before taking it home. This entire DIY will cost you $10.

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