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.
Taste of HistoryWest Indies Influence
18th Century Philadelphia was on the Southern trade route, with ships arriving daily from the West Indies. In this episode, we discover that dishes like Salmon Escoveitch and Salmon Corn Cakes got their flair from West Indies spices.
Family PickleSandy at the Sands
The Carnegie Deli expands to open a location at the Sands Casino in Pennsylvania, so everyone takes a road trip to the casino to celebrate the opening except Chuck, who has to stay behind to watch over the restaurant.
Family PickleOld School, New School
Carnegie Deli owners Marian and Sandy Levine are notified that famed actor Jack Nicholson will be visiting the restaurant, and the pair quickly rushes to ensure that everything will be in proper order by the time that he is scheduled to arrive.
Growing BolderRock Out With Growing Bolder
Rock out with Growing Bolder -- because it's never too late to fulfill your musical dreams. From comebacks to careers that smash stereotypes, we salute the stars of the stage.
Growing BolderEmpowernig Words of Growing Bolder
Five words that will empower you to start Growing Bolder. It is NEVER TOO LATE. We'll prove it on this episode.
HouseCallsKitchen Storage Space
Ron discovers new found kitchen storage space by installing roll-out shelf kits in his base cabinets. Then he repairs an antique doll carriage using a woodworker’s technique that can make damaged wood strong as new.
Ron shows us what he has done to make his pool safer for his kids. He then shares his container plant potting secrets and finally,he heads down east to help a Maine couple install a cupola - a classy and classic addition to their garage.