Sara has two kids of her own, so she's always found ways to please finicky palates with food adults love too. Take her easy weeknight mini meatloaves baked in a muffin tin that kids love to make themselves. We have two kids helping Sarah in the kitchen to prove it. There's also Odd Lots mac and cheese, a homemade dish using leftovers from the fridge. Sara tops that off with a cool and refreshing creamsicle drink for dessert. Speaking of cheese, we also visit a Benedictine nun who is the world's foremost expert on raw cheeses.
Ribs epitomize barbecue, combining well-marbled, rich-tasting meat with the primal pleasure of eating with your bare hands. In this show we embark on a rib world tour, from St. Louis ribs with a surprise ingredient to Chinatown spareribs and the Project Smoke version of the boneless rib sandwich. You'll also learn how to build an onion bomb that explodes with flavor in your mouth. St. Louis ribs with vanilla-brown sugar glaze; Chinatown ribs; Onion bombs; Rob's real BBQ baby back rib sandwich.
Kevin helps Tommy convert a storm door into a window for the mudroom porch. Interior designer Amanda and homeowners Katherine and Murat select interior paint colors. Tommy shingles the porch piers. Mark Ferrante lays tile in the master bath.
REAL RAIL ADVENTURES: SWITZERLAND showcases the construction marvels and visual splendors of the Swiss rail system, where majesty and machine meet. From world-class mainlines and stunning scenic routes to pioneering steam locomotives and historic cog trains, REAL RAIL ADVENTURES celebrates the triumphs of Swiss engineering and ingenuity. Engineers overcame the country's numerous natural obstacles - soaring peaks, plunging valleys and craggy terrain - by building impressive (and improbable) trestles, bridges and tunnels. Host Jeff Wilson, a regular on several home-improvement series, stops in Swiss cities and towns along the way to take in the sights, learn about local history and traditions, and share up-to-date travel advice to help viewers create authentic, memorable rail adventures of their own.
Lidia loves long cooking techniques and braising but often, one just wants to prepare quick and delicious meals using the same technique. In this episode, she teaches the viewer to do just that. Her first dish is a velvety lettuce soup in a fontina gratin; she then makes a juicy but super quick pork tenderloin with balsamic onions. Lastly, she prepares string beans with rocky mashed potatoes made with garlic and olive oil.
When you step out for an evening of live theater, add a little glamor with fur. Learn how easy it is to cut and sew faux or real fur to add an elegant look.
Host-Artist, Gary Spetz continues his exploration of Venice-loosing himself in its fascinating maze of narrow paths and waterways.
Pati is a busy mom on the go. If you're a mom that likes to cook for your family AND take your kids to school, practice and everywhere else, you need a few quick and easy meals in your arsenal. Pati's oldest sister, Karen, shares a few tips as they visit her favorite restaurant in Mexico City. Then back at home, Pati shows us some of her go-to weekly dishes. Recipe 1: Tortilla Soup; Recipe 2: Tuna Casserole; Recipe 3: Triply Limey Pound Cake; Recipe 4: Papaya Relish.
Kevin starts with a lobster dish served with a mustard cream sauce and seared fillet of beef and blue cheese salad. Next, potato with a pie crust - a completely different way of serving Ireland's national vegetable. Then a quick and simple Waldorf salad. Finally, Kevin shares his mom's recipe for traditional apple pie.
Laura catches a feast today from the Gulf, and no one shows her how to cook it better than Mr. Louisiana himself, Celebrity Chef John Folse. Of course everyone needs a seaworthy boat, captain and secret ingredient to bring enough fish home to feed a hungry crew of guests waiting off shore. Laura also discusses the fresh waters off the coast with Secretary Robert Barham. Boy, he likes seafood. Ahoy, today we sail! For easy recipe ideas and tips, watch our Laura@Home segment featuring a Fresh Crab dish inspired by the Gulf & Chef John Folse!
Host Laura Theodore prepares a satisfying company meal. Special guests: Dr. Pam Popper and Rachelle Carson-Begley. Menu features savory "Seitan Picatta," a vegan take on the traditional dish, served over "Brown Basmati Rice." On the side, "Petite Peas and Parsnips" add color and taste. For dessert, creamy and delicious "Vanilla, Maple and Cinnamon Tofu Pudding" whips up in just five minutes.
It's no secret that Texas is big. Alright, more than big. Texas is HUGE!! And exploring Texas ain't no small vacation, it's a lifetime endeavor. But what if you only have one day? Well that's where we come in. From the well-known landmarks to the completely obscure dives and hideaways - and all within a day's reach. The Daytripper is a multi Emmy-award winning travel program aimed at inspiring folks to get out and explore the Lone Star State and to show folks that beauty and adventure is closer than they imagined. Whether the destinations are truly a day trip away or further, The Daytripper is sure to entertain with Chet Garner's historical reenactments, costumes, and almost bottomless stomach as he travels Texas and sees the history, outdoors, and food that every town (big or small) has to offer.
The lifestyle series JOURNEYS IN JAPAN, provides an eye-opening look at the many unique places to visit in Japan. English-speaking visitors travel the length of the country, exploring the culture, meeting the local people, visiting historic sites and offering travel hints rarely found in guidebooks.
Replacing a pedestal sink is a tall task, but Richard is up for the challenge in Delaware. See Scott fix a troublesome outdoor switch and a wobbly post light in South Dakota. Watch Jenn Nawada turn popular plants into a work of art. And "What is it?"
Wall-mounted headboards that work for any bed.
Want to learn how great designers create beautiful landscapes? Joe Lamp'l and Brie Arthur team up to design and install a new landscape in this packed episode. We walk viewers through the complete process from concept to completion: design consultation, plan creation, shopping for and selecting plants, and (of course) the actual installation. This episode is full of useful information to equip anyone in creating a more beautiful landscape.
Change up your techniques and create new styles. Jewelry artist and inventor Jill MacKay changes up her style with interchangeable components embellished with crystals. Katie Hacker uses leather cord in a new way to create innovative designs in Katie's Beading Lesson.
Mickela returns to where it all started, the small, sleepy, Southern Italian beach town of Minturno, where her parents immigrated from over 40 years ago. She reconnects with her roots during the town's biggest celebration, the annual Sagra delle Regne (Wheat Harvest Festival). From rehearsing with the local troupe, I Giullari, to sightseeing along the coast, to then performing with the renowned group in the festival's closing ceremonies, Mickela has an incredible journey of self-discovery.
Mickela gets up close and personal with the locals as she heads to Buenos Aires, Argentina, to learn the seductive dance of tango. From attending the world's largest tango festival to dancing on the city's main stage, Mickela sees it all.
The Jeju Fire Festival in South Korea celebrates new life - with it comes all aspects of Korean tradition, beauty, and modern advancement. Mickela spans the South Korean culture from traditional mask dances to the ever-popular KPOP.
Former war-torn Croatia is one of today's top destinations. Mickela explores the dance and music traditions along the Adriatic coast in Dubrovnik's 1,000-year-old city.
Mickela joins a Native-American Pow Wow with the Lumbee Tribe, digging deeper into the obstacles that a non-Federally recognized tribe must face.
Mickela heads to Edinburgh, Scotland to celebrate Hogmanay, the world's largest New Year's Eve celebration. While there, she explores Scotland's traditional dances of ceilidh, Highland dance, and step dance.
Montreal's European history translates to its traditional dances from France, England, Scotland, and Ireland - Mickela gets a taste of this Old World feel at La Grande Rencontre Festival, while also experiencing the artistic modernity of this city. She also gets a first-hand lesson on dance for people with disabilities.
The world-renowned ball season in Vienna, Austria emulates the ostentatious lifestyle of the 18th & 19th century imperial family, the House of Habsburg, with its traditional Viennese waltzes. Mickela dons a gown in celebration while also learning the knee-slapping traditions of Schuhplattler in the hills of Steiermark!
Mickela discovers the diversity and multi-faceted cultural history in the metropolitan city of Kuala Lumpur, from its Chinese, Indian, and Malay dance influences.
Mickela digs deeper into the Portuguese colonial influence and the indigenous tribal communities in the Eastern part of Malaysia as she celebrates Gawai, the Harvest Festival.e
The annual Dancer of the Year Competition on The Cook Islands helps preserve and pass down the Polynesian culture on this island paradise. Mickela goes behind-the-scenes at this highly competitive, local tradition.
Turkey is a country that crosses two continents, full of rich dance and music, from the bustling city of Istanbul to the fairy caves in Cappadocia. Mickela's magical journey through Turkey connects her with the locals through the universal language of dance.
Grilling is fast. Smoking demands patience. But what if you could achieve great smoke flavor in five to 10 minutes? In this show, you'll learn how to smoke in a hurry, from spectacular spruce-smoked steaks to a dragon's breath cocktail dramatically served in a smoking brandy snifter. Ember-smoked corn and a Project Smoke first: smoked ice cream. Set your stopwatch: We're smoking in a hurry. Dragon's breath cocktail; Hay-smoked mozzarella (smoked caprese salad) ; Spruce-smoked steaks; Ember-roasted corn; Smoked ice cream with rum-raisin sauce.
Warm Crawfish and Artichoke Salad, Ragout of Crawfish over Fresh Pasta, and Crawfish Pies.
Endive With Olives; Stewed Navy Beans; Gratin Of Leeks; Classic Ratatouille; Tomatoes Maison.
Some of Martha's favorite desserts have something in common: fruit - nature's sweetest gift. Learn step-by-step how-tos for a souffle with intensely fragrant passion fruit, biscuit-topped raspberry-rhubarb cobblers and other fruity delights.
Test cook Julia Collin Davison reveals the secrets to making the perfect strawberry-rhubarb pie. Then, equipment expert Adam Ried reviews cold brew coffee makers in the Equipment Corner. Next, gadget guru Lisa McManus uncovers the best tea gadgets. Finally, test cook Dan Souza shows host Christopher Kimball how to make the best cherry clafouti.
Annabel Langbein visits and gathers culinary lavender and merino lamb from local farms to make a roast dinner with a difference. Also on the menu are deep-fried zucchini flowers and a divine maple and apple tarte tatin. Recipes from this episode: cookie sampler, chevre-stuffed zucchini flowers, roast lamb with herb crust, vegetable tian, green beans with olives and garlic, maple and apple tarte tatin, and lavender syrup.
Packing the best of Paris into one episode, we scale the Eiffel Tower, then savor classic treats - from steak tartare to creme brulee. We marvel at Monet, Manet and company in the stunning Orsay Gallery. Tracing the sad steps of Marie Antoinette, we relive French history from its bloody revolution to its extravagant belle epoch.
Join Darley Newman on a classic road trip through Arkansas, South Carolina and Kentucky. Highlights of the Southern States adventure include caving in Kentucky, classic Corvettes in Bowling Green, and more.
Exploring the Island of Sark with Kira is a unique look at the last feudal state in the western world - a tiny, ruggedly beautiful island in the English Channel with only 600 contentedly car-phobic residents. Interviews include Seigneur Michael Beaumont, the feudal lord who inherited the island from his grandmother -- the infamous Dame of Sark. The program features an "improper" tea (thanks to the Americans) with a founding descendent, an interview with the island judge (who is not a lawyer), a look at the single-cell jail for drunkards, as well as demonstrations in pottery-making, chocolate-mixing, carriage driving and cave exploring. Interviews include a rocking horse carver, a water colorist and a hotel operator straight out of Fawlty Towers.