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Wednesday, May 1st, 2019

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Thai Style Baby Back Ribs - Home & Family

Thai Style Baby Back Ribs

Gaby Dalkin is in the kitchen making a delicious batch of Thai style baby back ribs and pairing them with a smashed cucumber salad. She steams the ribs using water in the foil before wrapping. The final result will be extremely tender ribs where the meat gently falls off the bone. After making the marinade, you can refrigerate and use it for future meals with chicken, tofu, fish or vegetables. When the ribs are done cooking, she tops them with peanuts, basil and cilantro and serves.

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DIY Wagon Wheel Lazy Susan - Home & Family

Wagon Wheel Lazy Susan

Maria Provenzano is showing you how to turn an old wagon wheel into a useful lazy susan. She was first inspired to make this DIY by Hallmark Channel’s “When Calls the Heart,” and even brings a sneak peek of Sunday’s all new episode. Find your vintage wagon wheel online and purchase whatever size desired. When you are done making the lazy susan, you will have the perfect DIY to help host your Heartie Party!

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Shoes That Fit

Founder of “Shoes That Fit,” Elodie McGuirk visits Home & Family to talk about her organization. “Shoes That Fit” is currently in 2,500 schools and they help provide kids with shoes. Each school can be sponsored by a church or community organization, who help collect the shoes for the students. She shares some of her favorite stories of children who have received shoes with the help of “Shoes That Fit.” Today, Elodie has helped deliver two million pairs of shoes to children in need.

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Blueberry Custard Pie - Home & Family

Blueberry Custard Pie

Actress Betsy Brandt is baking up a delicious and seasonal blueberry custard pie with a homemade crust. The star of CBS’ “Life in Pieces,” also shares that it was her grandma who inspired her to learn to bake. She says the best part about this pie is that it may look complicated but is super easy to bake!

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DIY Oar Coat Rack

Paige Hemmis is showing you how to turn ordinary oars into a handy coat rack. This DIY brings memories back for Paige, who grew up going to lakes as a kid. First thing you will need for this project is an old oar. If your craft oar is not old, you can always paint it to make it looked aged. After you are done painting your oar, sand it down, which will help blend your colors with the natural wood. She adds anchor coat hangers with a drill then she hangs the rack on the wall using french cleats.

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Mother’s Day Gifts

Kym Douglas is introducing you to some wonderful products to check out for Mother’s Day. From beauty chocolates to pillows, Kym has you covered!

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Sun Dried Tomato and Basil Doughnuts - Home & Family

Sun-Dried Tomato Basil Doughnuts

Founder of Prep + Rally, Dini Klein is making a savory batch of sun dried tomato basil doughnuts with a homemade cheese filling. This recipe is fun for all ages and can be served for dinners or as party appetizers. She cautions you to avoid using fresh tomatoes because they will add too much moisture to the dough. If you do not want to make doughnuts, you can also turn the dough into focaccia or flatbread.

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Ashanti

Singer and actress Ashanti stops by Home & Family to talk about her new movie, “Stuck.” The film is about six commuters who get stuck on a subway and begin to learn about each other’s lives through the power of music. The film is currently playing in theaters and she even brings a clip from the movie for the audience to enjoy. She also talks about her recent trip to Thailand where she got to visit an elephant sanctuary.

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Floral Lace Tops - Home & Family

Floral Lace Tops

Orly Shani is keeping you in fashion by turning an ordinary t-shirt into a new fashionable piece for your wardrobe in less than five minutes! Before getting started, have a good idea of what your style is. You can customize this DIY for your body. The best part about this lace top is that it does not require a sewing machine!

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Dr. Michael Roizen

Dr. Michael Roizen visits Home & Family to talk about how you can help reduce your risk of cancer and other chronic diseases. The Chief Wellness Officer Emeritus of the Cleveland Clinic shares that high fiber diets reduce cancer, diabetes and heart disease and explains that walnuts can prompt genes to kill breast cancer cells. Finally, he explains that exercise can increase our brain capacity. He also takes health questions from the family members.