Wednesday, January 17th, 2018

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Peanut Butter Creme Brulee - Home & Family

Peanut Butter Cup Creme Brûlée

Chef Betty Fraser is in the kitchen whipping up a mouth-watering dessert of peanut butter creme brûlée with homemade chocolate ganache. She also provides you the extra tip of pouring the custard into the bowls using the back of a spoon will help to prevent splashing.

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Re-Inventing Old Boots - Home & Family

Re-Inventing Boots

Ali Fedotowsky-Manno is showing you how to update the look of your boots using faux fur, suede cording and Fabri-Tac glue. Before getting started, Ali recommends shaking off the faux fur to get rid of any extra trimmings. The best part is that the fur is always removable from the boot if you do not like the final product.

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Jillian Michaels

Celebrity fitness trainer and author Jillian Michaels visits Home & Family to talk about her new app, “My Fitness App & Full Body Workout,” which you can find on iTunes. The whole purpose of the app is to help you find a goal and program just for you. She says the most important question to ask yourself before staring your program is “why?”

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DIY Teapot Lamp - Home & Family

DIY Teapot Lamp

Ken Wingard is making his own lamp using old teapots, teacups, plates and saucers. After you collect those, you will need a lamp kit, a threaded lamp rod, round of wood and drill for cutting.

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Winter Skin Rx

Board-certified dermatologist Dr. Sonia Batra is breaking down how to take care of your skin during the colder weather. This includes lactic acid in yogurt being used as a natural exfoliatiant for skin and taking fish oil supplements to help clear up winter-damaged skin.

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Pan Roasted Pork Tenderloin with Fig and Pork Balsamic Agrodolce - Home & Family

Pan Roasted Pork Tenderloin with Fig & Balsamic Agrodolce

Chef and author of “Secret Sauces,” Vanessa Seder is in the kitchen preparing a mouth-watering pan roasted pork tenderloin with homemade fig & balsamic agrodolce. She explains that agrodolce is an Italian sweet and sour sauce that pairs deliciously with meat. To maximize the pork’s flavor, she suggests slow finishing it in the oven.

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DIY Winter Wreath - Home & Family

DIY Winter Wreath

Looking for a way to use your old Christmas decorations? Well, Paige Hemmis is here to help you by showing you how to turn them into a winter wreath for your door. She paints her decorations white to make them look more wintery.

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Bonding Over Beauty

Parenting expert and author Erika Katz sits down with Mark and Debbie to talk about her new book, “Bonding Over Beauty.” The book centers around how mothers and daughters can work together on self-esteem, confidence and trust, while also sharing beauty secrets for hair, skin, hair removal and makeup.

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The Right Way to Use Everyday Items

Mark Steines is giving you some useful tips on how to use everyday items for alternate purposes! for example how to store peanut butter upside down to make sure all the oil sinks to the bottom. Also, using takeout containers as makeshift plates by unfolding them.

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Doggy Daycare

Larissa Wohl is providing you some helpful advice when it comes to looking for the right boarding for your pet. When visiting potential doggy daycares, observe smells, sounds and the look of the facility to see if it is right for your pooch. Also ask about the facility’s emergency protocol and how often the dogs are monitored.