121 : Radiant Bloom
122 : Seascapes
1003 : Country Wedding
Anna's good friend Jennifer is getting married and Anna's gift is a wedding cake: a fabulous 4 tier White Chocolate Wedding Cake filled with local fresh berries and toped with green fondant. Anna also makes time to deliver three hors d'oeuvres to the bridle party before the event: Artichoke Asiago Squares, Devilled Eggs, and Champagne Shrimp on Endive.
1004 : Beach Party
It's beautiful outside, so why not join Anna and her friends for an impromptu beach party. Anna prepares Roasted Pepper and Eggplant Salad and Three-Bean Salad before heading over to Minors Fisheries to pick up fresh local fish for her piÃ¨ce de rÃ©sistance: Lakeside Paella. Her friends enjoy helping her cook on the beach- roasting their Potato Prosciutto Kebabs in an open fire and stirring the slow cooking Lakeside Paella to perfection right on the beach.
1002 : East Coast Chowder
Michael discovers a bounty of culinary pleasures on the beaches of his East Coast home, when he takes his son Gabe digging for clams. Back in the kitchen, Michael is inspired by the fresh clams and makes an East Coast favourite, clam chowder. Biscuits topped with brown butter, and a simple green salad with sherry maple vinaigrette finishes the feast.
1003 : Vanilla Chicken Dinner
After a day in the workshop with his buddy Dave, Michael repays the favour by inviting him to dinner. Faced with the challenge of making an impromptu meal fit for a guest, Michael raids his pantry and settles upon a central special ingredient “ vanilla. Michael builds an entire meal around vanilla, pulling together braised chicken thighs; couscous; endive salad and an easy panna cotta “ all with a subtle taste of vanilla.
1006 : Scouts Jamboree: Creating Young Chefs
1007 : Community Kitchen: Taking Food To The Street
Chef Michael is going back to basics: feeding hungry people! He joins volunteers at the Out of the Cold community kitchen at St. Andrew's Church in Toronto where he helps to cook up stews, soups and casseroles. He experiences the challenges and satisfaction of feeding street people who seldom eat well.
212 : Cooking With Fresh Fruits And Vegetables From The Market
213 : What's Unique In You?
113 : Simone: Struggle With The Stove
Simone has avoided cooking her entire life by relying on her family, roommates and her husband. But now that she has someone counting on her “ her newborn son, Jesse. Christine wants Simone to start some family traditions and takes her on a baking adventure to make homemade cookies. Simone's confidence builds and Christine challenges her to make funnel cakes at the grand opening of FunLFun, a dessert emporium dedicated to making the "World's Best Funnel Cakes. Can Simone learn how to make delicious food that her family and friends will actually enjoy?
201 : Max: Max n' Cheese
The only thing Max can make is Mac'n'cheese. So Christine has her work cut out for her as she tries to teach this culinary novice the rules so he can create well-balanced meals for his fiancÃ© and kids. Max goes from massacring mac'n'cheese, to learning how to make artisanal taco chips and salsa, a sizzling Mexicali stir-fry and a cheese soufflÃ© for high-end restaurant patrons. But has he developed the skills that will allow him to create a dish that will give him the thumbs up from both his kids and his fiancÃ©? One thing is for certain, this terrible cook will keep Christine jumping as she attempts to put the Max into Mexican.
2014 : Jacques Pepin
Chef Jacques Pepin is an icon in the food world. Along with his beloved contemporary Julia Child, he has brought the art of cooking into the hearts and minds of generations around the world. He was personal chef to three French heads of state (including Charles de Gaulle) and has been the inspiration for hundreds of chefs that followed him “ from Daniel Boulud to Sara Moulton. At age 72, Pepin is still at the top of his game: producing tv shows, writing cookbooks (he has a whopping 25 to his credit) and teaching to throngs of wannabe chefs who may want fame and celebrity -- but still turn to Jacques to learn. Also a painter and a writer, Jacques Pepin is the true Renaissance man.
2015 : Vikram Vij
Vikram Vij's parents had two goals for their son when they immigrated to Canada: buy him a restaurant, and get him a wife. Both were achieved “ and today, Vikram Vij and his wife Meeru clearly have a marriage made in culinary heaven. They have transformed "Vij's Restaurant into a Vancouver landmark “ a far cry from its 14-seat opening in 1994 when Vikram's parents helped out by transporting prepared dishes on the local bus. For their collaboration "Elegant and Inspired Indian Cuisine, Vikram and Meeru won Best Cookbook at the Canadian Culinary Awards. Their modern take on traditional Indian cuisine has impressed both gourmands and newcomers to Indian food.
309 : Gordon Ramsay's Family Fare
310 : The Best Of Croatian Cooking
1039 : Anne Lytwyn's Ukrainian Feast
1014 : Juanita Berry 's Southern-fried Rabbit
121 : The Art Of Tailgating
Tailgating is a time honored tradition but what if you can't make it out to the big game? Allen shares a few tips on how to prepare your own tailgate party in your backyard with easy and unique recipes that can be prepared in advanced. He also offers advice on how to grow our own ingredients in the summer and preserve them for fall.
122 : Autumn Enchantment
With the welcomed cool air of autumn, it's the perfect time to celebrate the bounty of the season! Allen tells us about the second growing season of the year and shares a few ways to use Mother Nature's gift in the kitchen. He also visits Natchez, Mississippi where a close friend shows him how to make a delicious recipe with sweet potatoes.
307 : Poisoned Minds
308 : Now You See Him
101 : '67 Nova Part 1
102 : '67 Nova Part 2
121 : Destination: Catalina Island
122 : Giving Back
301 : Kimberly's Nursery
302 : Katherine & Nicholas's Living Room
105 : Globetrotting, Now And Then, What It's Worth
106 : What's In A Name, Untold History, In Sickness & In Health
2713 : Laundry Room Blues
2601 : Backyard Makeover
105 : 105
106 : 106
805 : See It, Want It, Buy It
Like many other young couples today, Candice & Clint want it all, and they want it now. They're both guilty of the typical spending crimes “ financing multiple cars, eating out, electronics, entertaining, purchasing home furnishings and over extending themselves on a mortgage they can't afford. But what sets them apart from other young couples is the sheer amount of debt” $80,000” which they've racked up in five short years. Now, the debt is threatening their ability to start a family. Candice feels powerless to stop her husband's spending. Unless Gail can get fun-loving Clint to focus on what's really important, these childhood sweethearts could end up apart.