Home Again with Bob VilaHardwood Floors, Traditional Plaster, and Fiberglass Drywall
At the Manhattan Brownstone, the installations of hardwood floors, kitchen drywall, and plaster walls are underway. The kitchen flooring is quarter-sawn ash which has a rich, straight grain that makes for a beautiful, durable floor for this space.
Home Again with Bob VilaAffordable Framing, Roofing, and Windows in Mashpee
Back on Cape Cod, interior framing, energy-efficient windows, and a new roof are installed at the affordable house. Bob talks with the developer about the layout of the house and the open, communal spaces designed for family living.
Second ActIcing on the Cake
With the kids grown, a woman decides to follow her dream of opening a bakery. Watch as the Second Act team led by Paul DiMeo helps her launch a cupcake truck and work to sell 1000 cupcakes in her make or break moment.
Second ActRoom at the Inn
A newly married couple decides to open a bed and breakfast, but the venture proves harder than they thought. With help from Paul DiMeo and the Second Act team, they work to fill the beds - and still save time for each other.
Taste of HistoryHercules: Slave Chef to the Washingtons
The Washingtons highly regarded their slave chef, Hercules, who was known to all guests as the best chef in the country. In this episode, Chef Staib prepares a Hercules signature dish, Veal Olives, along with a White Bean and Shallot Purée.
Who's Cooking with Florence HendersonHolly Robinson Peete
Holly Robinson Peete cooks her favorite baked mac & cheese with Florence Henderson. Chef Govind Armstrong provides an alternative to Peete's home made dish.
BookmarkMichael Tucker & Lynn Sherr
Host Daryn Kagan talks with Michael Tucker (After Annie) and Lynn Sherr [Swim). Film critic Jeffery Lyons helps weigh book and movie versions of The Sessions and The Grapes of Wrath. Tricia Springer takes us inside a crime writers' conference.