Money Matters with Jean ChatzkyThe Health/Wealth Connection - Investing in Yourself
Often, what's good for our health is also good for our wallets. With the help of guests Dr. Nancy Synderman and The Grant Study's Dr. Robert Waldinger, Jean Chatzky explores the connection between living well and having wealth.
Home Again with Bob VilaBasement Finishing System and Custom Windows
Bob spends some time to go through what has been accomplished in the basement so far. Installation of walls and ceilings begin and the basement finishing system is installed. The staircase is repaired, and the old windows are replaced.
Home Again with Bob VilaExterior Upgrades for 1921 Gambrel
The 1921 Dutch gambrel's trim, built-out bays, and columns all need replacing, and the fascia, trim, porch deck, and porch ceiling are replaced with western red cedar. Inside, Bob looks at the new windows that have been installed throughout the home.
Taste of HistoryOriginal Sushi
Chef Staib reveals A Taste of History in the origins of Japanese sushi. We travel to the Kobe area of Japan, to see the most prized and pampered beef in the world. We Learn how Admiral Perry opened trade to Japan and tour the Imperial Palace in Kyoto.
Taste of HistoryKing of Prussia
Chef Walter Staib travels to Berlin and visits Sanssouci, the summer palace of the King of Prussia -- Frederick the Great. To honor Frederick, Chef Walter prepares authentic German favorites, like Konigsberger Klopse Meatballs in Caper Sauce and Apple Strudel.
Taste of HistoryBlue Mountain Coffee
In this episode of the Emmy Award winning series, A Taste of History: Coffee came to Jamaica in 1740. Chef Walter climbs Jamaica's famous Blue Mountains to visit a coffee plantation, and prepare an elaborate British Plantation brunch.
Taste of HistoryPirates Get their Due
In this episode of the Emmy Award winning series, A Taste of History: A pirate’s tale is revealed by Chef Staib as he explores Port Royal in Jamaica and rafts down the Rio Grande River to prepare authentic Jamaican recipes.