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Wednesday, August 30th, 2017

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Lake Bell

Actress Lake Bell visits Home & Family to talk about her new movie, “I Do… Until I Don’t,” which opens in select theaters on September 1st. She opens up about how she channeled her own mother for the character in the movie, especially when it came to mannerisms. She also discusses parenthood, as Lake is the mother to a three-year-old daughter and a baby boy.

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Orecchiette with Butternut Squash - Home & Family

Orecchiette with Butternut Squash, Kale and Caramelized Red Onion

Chef Vic Casanova is preparing a delicious pasta dish and gives you some tips on how to get it just right. He suggests cooking the squash a variety of ways to add different textures to your dish. When it comes to cooking meals, Vic recommends cooking with seasonal ingredients that you know would go together.

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DIY Bleach Writing - Home & Family

DIY Picture Frame Wreath

Ken Wingard is showing you how to take an ordinary wreath and turn it into a beautifu holder for your photo frames. All you need is a grapevine wreath, silver frames, silver paint, floral wire, berries, greenery and ribbon. The total cost of this DIY will be around $20.

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Check out more from Ken at KennethWingard.com

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Retro Tech Products

Kym Douglas introduces you to the hottest in retro tech products.

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Uncommon James

Fashion and jewelry designer Kristin Cavallari stops by Home & Family to talk about her jewelry line, Uncommon James, which she says is perfect for busy moms on the go! Orly joins Kristin and the two talk about their lasting friendship. Kristin also opens up about about her marriage to Jay Cutler and raising children in the era of social media.

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BBQ Chicken with Homemade Potato Chips - Home & Family

BBQ Chicken with Homemade Potato Chips

Chef Steve Sheanin is in the kitchen preparing his BBQ chicken and pairing it with homemade potato chips. Steve also opens up about what it was like to launch his own BBQ rib company, Hero Ribs, at the age of 75. Steve’s has even been compared to KFC’s Colonel Sanders!

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DIY Bleach Writing - Home & Family

DIY Bleach Writing

Orly Shani is joined by her husband and two children as she shows you how to do your own bleach writing on denim jackets using a bleach pen, paintbrush and chalk. She does offer up a safety warning to avoid bleach exposure to your nose, eyes, skin and lungs and always do this DIY with adult supervision. The total cost will be around $3.

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Diallo Riddle

Actor Diallo Riddle sits down with Ali nd Debbie to talk about his new sitcom, “Marlon,” based on comedian Marlon Wayans’ life. You can catch the series Wednesdays, at 9/8c on NBC. The role was particularly special because Marlon hand-picked Diallo for the role. Diallo also shares what it was like being a writer for “The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon” and even meeting President Obama.

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How to Keep Your Pet Entertained - Home & Family

How to Keep Your Pet Entertained

Dr. Kurt Venator teams up with Purina to give you tips on how to keep your rescue pets entertained when you are not around. He suggests leaving music on when you are not home to help engage your pets and increasing their exercise limit when you are around help reduce their anxiety.

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DIY Paint Stick Window Treatment

Paige Hemmis is showing you how to update your window treatment with this fun DIY. Before getting started, she recommends laying out all of your paint sticks in place to avoid an unorganized mess. The total cost of this DIY will be around $25.

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Check out more from Paige at PaigeHemmis.com

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Sneak Peek at Fall Trends

Lawerence Zarian is back and giving you the latest fall trends to be on the lookout for as the seasons change.