Second ActGoing to the Dogs
A woman starts a new dog boarding business - and finds herself sleeping in the kennel every night. Paul DiMeo and his team try to throw her a bone - and get her back home to her husband.
Stanley On the GoVaranasi - India's Holiest City
Stanley sees funeral pyres on the shore of the Ganges River, walks Varanasi's narrow alleyways, talks to the Merry Monk - a Buddhist Monk - at Sarnath, sees jawdropping temples in Arisa and then attends a Hindu wedding in New Delhi.
Taste of HistoryYellow Fever
In the summer of 1793, a terrible plague swept through Philadelphia. Yellow Fever wiped out ten percent of the population and Dolley Madison end up a First Lady. Find out how, as Chef Staib cooks Citrus Marinated Salmon with an Eggplant Doré.
Taste of HistoryBetsy Ross Sews a Legend
Ironically, there were very few rules for how the US Flag should look until the 20th century! Learn why in this episode, as Chef Staib prepares Lobster and Corn Fritters and Baked Veal Chops with Braised Artichokes in Betsy’s honor.
Healthline explores health care advocacy.
HealthlineIndoor Air Quality
Healthline discusses the health effects of polluted indoor air and how to clean up the air in your home.
Taste of HistoryBreeding 18th Century Animals
Modern farming techniques have plumped animals up but an effort is underway at Colonial Williamsburg to get back to original breeds. In this episode, Chef Staib cooks at Harriton House, preparing Beef Barley Soup, Pork Ragoût and Sally Lunn Dumplings.
Taste of HistoryCoffee at Colonial Williamsburg
Chef Staib cooks in Peyton Randolph’s (the President of the First Continental Congress) actual kitchen in Colonial Williamsburg, preparing Chicken Vermicelli Soup, Veal Fricassée and Curried Rice Pilaf.
Victory GardenFront Entrance Redesign
This week on The Victory Garden, Michael Weishan tackles a challenging landscape design project — the overhaul of a home's front entrance. The first part will introduce the site, create a plan, and start deconstruction.