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Wednesday, January 2nd, 2019 (10am)

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Peanut Butter and Jelly Cake - Home & Family

Peanut Butter and Jelly Layer Cake

Chef Marisa Churchill is making a delicious dessert using everybody’s favorite combination: peanut butter and jelly. In order to enhance the flavor, she recommends adding a bit of tahini to the peanut butter.

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DIY Fuzzy Tire Ottoman

Orly Shani is turning an ordinary tire into a fashionable fuzzy ottoman for your home. She emphasizes that you need to use tires that don’t have exposed wires out of them for safety reasons.

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2019 Fashion Forecast

Lawrence Zarian is breaking down what trends you should be on the look out for in the new year.

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Rachel Roy White And Pink Peonies Floral Print Sleeveless Blouse
Rachel Roy Black And Pink Peonies Floral Print Kimono
Adriano Goldschmeid Burnt Red Waxed Jean
Theory Ivory Short Sleeved T-Neck Or Sanctuary Scarlet Rubbed T-Neck Or
Vince Camuto Rose Tee With Floral Cuffs And Trim
INC Millennial Pink Crossbody Bag
Nine West Black Side Zipper Ankle Boot

LOOK 2
Michael Kors Black And White Snakeskin Print With Black Stripes A Line Dress
Charter Club Black Or Cerise Pink Cardigan Or Lauren Ralph Lauren Yellow Knit Zip Front Jacket
INC Gold, Black And White Snake Print Wristlet Bag Or INC Fuschia Bow Clutch Or Inc White Now Clutch
INC Black And Clear Ankle Strap Pump Or Vince Camuto Drama Pink Suede Pump
Black/White Resing Hoops

LOOK 3
City Chic Black With Green And Yellow Stripes Spaghetti Strap Wrap Dress With Handkerchief Hem.
City Chic Black Illusion Sleeve Jacket
Michael Kors Racing Green Handbag
Kenneth Cole Black Strappy Sandal Or Calvin Klein Black Sling Back Pump

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Chard Pesto and Chicken Chickpea Soup - Home & Family

Chard Pesto and Chicken Chickpea Soup

Lifestyle expert Chadwick Boyd is making a hearty chard pesto and chicken chickpea soup that will be perfect for when it is cold outside. He makes the pesto from scratch and points out that you can also pour it over fish, chicken and a variety of pasta dishes. If you want to make the soup vegetarian, you can easily replace the chicken with more chickpeas.

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Winter Warriors

Larissa Wohl is joined by Debbie Bloom of APurposefulRescue.org to talk about Winter Warriors, which provides blankets, toys and treats to shelter dogs during the colder weather. She also spearheaded the Ice Brigade, where she provided blocks of ice to dog shelters during the sweltering heat wave that Southern California experienced last summer to help keep the animals cool.

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Rati Gupta

Actress Rati Gupta sits down with Cameron and Debbie to talk about her hit comedy, “The Big Bang Theory,” which you can watch Thursdays at 8/7c on CBS. She also discusses the camraderie of the cast, especially since its the show's last season. The actress shares that she also has a passion for DIY projects.

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DIY To Do List

Ali Fedotowsky-Manno is helping you stay organized by making your own DIY to do list. To get started, use a paddle board as your base and glue clamps to the board to hold your paper list. You can also personalize the list by taking a Sharpie and writing your family name on the board.

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Steak Frites with Red Wine Vinegar Demi-Glace Beurre - Home & Family

Steak Frites with Red Wine Vinegar Demi-Glace Beurre

Chef and owner of The Greenhouse Tavern, Jonathon Sawyer is in the kitchen making a hearty dish of steak frites with red wine vinegar demi-glace beurre. He explains that a demi-glace beurre is a rich, concentrated French brown side. He grills the steak for up to three minutes to give it the perfect color, then places it in the oven. When done, he lets the steak roast for a few minutes to marinate.

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DIY Arm Knitted Throw - Home & Family

DIY Arm Knitted Throw

Ken Wingard is taking thick chunky yarn and showing you how to knit a throw using your arms. He recommends arm-knitting because you do not have to use any tools. You will need around 6-24 yards of yarn for the perfect sized throw and the entire project will cost you less than $40.

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