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Wednesday, August 24th, 2016

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Pancake Muffins - Home & Family

Rosanna Pansino Cooks

The author of “Nerdy Nummies,” Rosanna Pansino is back in the kitchen and this time she is cooking up a breakfast treat, back-to-school pancake muffins. Rosanna first rose to fame with her cooking channel on YouTube, which gets millions of views. While making the pancake batter, she reminds you that the batter should be lumpy. She also gives you some delicious topping options for your pancake muffins, including chocolate chips, nuts, banana slices and berries.

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Peta Murgatroyd Interview

Professional dancer and winner of season 22’s “Dancing with the Stars,” opens up to Debbie and guest host, Dylan Neal about her time on the show and what it was like being pregnant while working on the show. She joked that she hid the pregnancy at first, afraid the producers would flip out. Her fiancee and fellow professional dancer, Maksim Chmerkovskly surprises Peta by showing up on the show. The two are expecting their first a child, a son, later in the year. The couple is planning their Long Island wedding for December.

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DIY Superhero Comic Book Art

Dylan Neal is in the craft room showing you how to make your own comic book art using a canvas, projector and various art supplies. But before getting started he tells viewers about his upcoming Hallmark Movies & Mysteries Movie, “Death Al Dente: A Gourmet Detective Mystery” which premieres October 9th at 9/8c. He even brings a sneak peek for Home & Family to enjoy

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When a Child Goes to College

Kym Douglas shares her story of missing her son, Hunter as he left for college this weekend. She is joined by lifestyle coach and psychotherapist Stacy Kaiser who offers up some tips for Kym to cope with her son’s recent absence. Stacy wants to remind Kym that her child is not gone forever and that she should embrace this next chapter. Stacy can relate to Kym’s sadness as she has gone through this herself. She encourages Kym to turn to her friends for support.

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Vision Boards for Living Room and Breakfast Nook

Madeline Fraser of Homee App reveals the big makeover she has planned for Home & Family’s living room and breakfast nook. Debbie is very happy with what she sees.

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Herbs in a Teacup

Hallmark Designer Laura Linebarger introduces Home & Family to a DIY Herb Mug, which makes a perfect gift. She says she finds inspiration in everything around her, from nature around the world to raising her toddler. She shows Debbie how easy it is to make your own herb mug at home. When finished, she reveals the entire project only costs $15.

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Touch Therapy

Author of “The Touch Remedy,” Michelle Ebbin sits down with Home & Family to talk about the benefits of touch therapy, including how acupressure helps improve blood flow, release tension and promotes relaxation. She also offers tips on how to calm the body from nervousness, help insomnia and relieve tension from the head.

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Off the Shoulder Dress - Home & Family

Off the Shoulder Dress

Orly Shani is taking an ordinary dress and turning it into a fashionable off the shoulder piece. Before getting started, she says you need to decide where you want the sleeves. Orly points out that this is also an easy way to spruce up a maternity dress and if you want to add shape to the dress, just add a belt. The entire DIY will cost you as little as five dollars.

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DIY Kitchen Island

Using an old discounted piece of furniture, Paige shows you how to make a useful kitchen island. She recommends looking for a vintage coffee table or console as your base. If you don’t want to cut the measurements of the plywood, take it to your hardware store and they will do it for you. Remember the plywood doesn’t have to look perfect because you will be painting over it. Paige’s DIY will cost you $200, compared to $1,200 at a retail store.

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