Taste of HistoryBen Franklin's Genius
Ben Franklin's genius was a spark that helped to launch a country. We visit the American Philosophical Society to learn more about this most amazing man. Chef Staib prepares Braised Oxtail, and he toasts Franklin with his authentic Spruce Beer.
Taste of HistoryMadeira Wine by the Galleons
Philadelphia's docks were very busy in the 18th century, receiving ships from as far away as Portugal, laden with precious cargo, Madeira wine. Chef Staib prepares Chicken Madeira using this wine along with Spätzle and Chestnut Fritters.
Victory GardenKitchen Gardens
We'll visit the Sooke Harbour House, a sprawling seaside resort with an impressive kitchen garden, and savor the culinary creations made with locally grown edible flowers and herbs.
Victory GardenHeirloom Vegetables
Amy Goldman, celebrated chef and heirloom vegetable expert, joins Michael Weishan and provides insight into heirloom melons and venerable melon culture, including the best way to protect the precious seeds.
Growing BolderReinvent Yourself to Find Your Purpose
How Thomas Edison's legacy is alive, thanks to a man whose reinvention helped him find his own purpose. Then, how adding to your family can help you move forward and give back, on this episode of Growing Bolder.
Your Life RedefinedMike Fiore- The Passion For Wine Making
Is your home making you sniffle and sneeze? Tips to take control of indoor allergy triggers. Winemaker Mike Fiore shares his inspirational story. We're working out Caribbean style and how heart patients may benefit from a prescription for a pet.
Home Again with Bob VilaInstalling Pre-Hung Doors, Hardwood Floors, and Gutters
Bob is in Mashpee, Massachusetts, to help with interior and exterior renovations. New sod is going down outside, hardwood floors are installed inside, and all doors on the entire property are being hung.
Home Again with Bob VilaAffordable HVAC, Painting, Kitchen Cabinets and Counters
Bob's in Mashpee, Massachusetts where he has been working hard to complete four affordable homes. All of the hard work pays off as each home nears completion when the final touches are set in place.