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Enjoy the magnificent setting on the edge of sheer 100-foot limestone bluffs as we focus on dynamic standing poses designed to fire the hamstrings and open the hips.


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Bask in the glory of the majestic golden wheat fields as we experience a modified yoga practice using a chair to improve posture and support movement in the whole body including balance and standing poses to open the hips and lengthen the hamstrings.


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Cooking for a crowd can be a fun and gratifying task, it just takes a little planning, choosing your menu, and organizing tasks ahead of time. Watch as Anna takes us through the essentials of throwing a great dinner party. For her guests, Anna prepares a Mediterranean Potato Salad, juicy BBQ Back Ribs, and tops tender greens and grilled apricots with her Marinated Flank Steak. The table is set, the company is great and the food is delicious.


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In this episode Anna cooks for a team of firefighters with appetites only she can put out! She comes to the rescue with healthy, delicious meals that can be served up either hot or cold: a Sweet Potato Soup that's perfect for any season, Peach Oatmeal Griddle Cookies that are great for on the go, and a Salmon Chickpea Toss that's left-over friendly. A busy lifestyle doesn't mean you have to sacrifice on taste!


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Michael doesn't wait for a special holiday to cook turkey for his family. A simple turkey dinner can be made any night. With freshly picked wild blueberries, Michael creates a vinaigrette for the spinach salad, which is a perfect complement to the roast turkey breast. Baked beets, rice and lentils provide the earthy texture to ground the meal.


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Motivated by the cold weather, Michael creates a comfort-food dinner for two. Starting with a beef blade simmering steak, Michael concentrates on building big, bold flavours. An Asian theme emerges when baby spinach, bean sprouts and hot cocoa complete the meal.


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Chef Michael goes back in time and creates an 1800s meal, with ingredients of the day, at Kings Landing Historical Settlement, near Fredericton, New Brunswick. Michael discovers how our ancestors cooked, as he roasts a chicken and vegetables, and bakes bread over an open hearth.


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Schnitzel, sausages, and strudel! Chef Michael joins in the hard work and fun involved in feeding thousands of hungry revellers at the Kitchner-Waterloo Oktoberfest, the biggest Bavarian bash outside Germany. It's a mind-boggling volume of food for up to 4,000 partygoers daily!


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Robin shares her favorite game recipes on today's show: Healthy and delicious Elk Tenderloin w/Blue Cheese Sauce and Wilted Spinach w/Mushrooms. Plus Robin's 20% Indulgent recipe: Crepes Suzette


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Listen to the gnawing inside¦ it can be the JET FUEL you need to change your life. Join Robin today as she shares these healthy recipes: Mustard and Herb Crusted Leg of Lamb and Herb Roasted Steak Cut Potatoes and Onions. Plus Robin's 20% Indulgent recipe: Ranger Cookies


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Jessica's idea of cooking is reheating frozen food. It's time for her to learn to cook -- and Christine is on the job. After Christine teaches her to make amazing Jerk Chicken skewers, they head out on an adventure to make handmade empanadas. With Jessica feeling a little more confident, Christine throws her into a huge challenge: prep, grill and serve seafood appetizers to over 200 VIP guests at Boy's Night Out. Later, when Jessica has to cook for her friends and family and the party size suddenly triples, can she take the heat?


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Vik's a doctor who never cooks. He either eats out or relies on his friends to cook for him. Christine decides that it's time this vegetarian doctor learned to cook for himself. She shows him how to make vegetarian staples, teaches him about the importance of herbs and then challenges him to prepare at fabulous dessert at on a busy night at a top French restaurant. In the end, can Vik actually pull off a meal that will impress the friends who've been taking care of him for years?


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Born to Cuban immigrants, Doug Rodriguez is father of Nuevo Latino cooking. He is also fueled by a desire to be a strong role model for Hispanic Americans. Oddly it was Julia Child that inspired him as a youngster “ he preferred watching her cooking show over cartoons on TV. Growing up in Miami, he was surrounded by the sights and smells of Cuban American food, and it was there, at age 24, that he would open the highly successful Yuca restaurant in the fashionable area of South Beach. He now is owner chef of restaurants in several cities and Zagat has called him "the most important restaurant chef in the Latin world.


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An inventor at heart, Homaru Cantu's kitchen is also his laboratory. Homaru is a molecular gastronomist “ a new breed of chef that reconfigures the chemistry of food to create an entirely original cuisine. From edible menus¦ to duck cooked in a vacuum¦to goat cheese "snow (zapped with liquid nitrogen), Homaru's imagination knows no bounds. And it doesn't stop at food: he also creates kitchen gadgets, including a food replicator (a la Star Trek) which he hopes to license. His restaurant Moto in Chicago is a culinary attraction, but Homaru is also working behind the scenes for agencies like NASA to create sustainable, delicious food alternatives.


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Anna and Kristina bring their sweet tooth to the test kitchen for an intimidating tome of sweets. But this isn't pudding and cookies “ these are extremely daunting desserts.


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It becomes clear very quickly that Greek cuisine is way more than simple souvlaki, as Anna and Kristina set out to test this award-winning cookbook.


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Francoise Bradette-Nimbley is a French-Canadian "grand-mere" who (along with her sisters) teaches David about Touritere and Poutine.


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Jessie is a Jamaican lady who makes Jerk Chicken and Christmas Cake. David also finds an island tonic to make him strong.


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This episode, Allen will focus on kicking off the summer with unique recipes for the grill and a simple way to decorate a table using a 2 X 4 and tea lights. He also takes us to the Garfield Park Conservatory in Chicago to learn about their Sugar from the Sun Garden.


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Allen is very passionate about educating children about the importance of where their food comes from. In this episode, he will demonstrate ways to get the kids excited about gardening and offer ways to get them to help in the kitchen. Allen will also share a few garden fresh recipes that kids will actually eat!


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Toby (Craig Olejnik) uses his telepathy as surveillance when Michelle (Lauren Lee Smith) goes undercover to bust a violent art theft ring.


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Toby (Craig Olejnik) and Michelle (Lauren Lee Smith) investigate the link between a cult and the disappearance of three young women.


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When Andy lost his wife to cancer, priorities changed. His Nova sat in the garage as a constant reminder of a dream unfulfilled. Enter our volunteer team. This 4 week build transforms the family car into a tribute to a loved one not forgotten.


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With paint and bodywork complete, our team finishes the task of completing a frame-off resto of Andy's 67 Chevy II in just 4 weeks' time. He and his small children visit the Tech Center to see the transformation of their Nova turned bonafide hotrod.


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On this episode of At Home With Didiayer, we cover the gamut- from unveiling the secret art of Dr. Seuss to learning how to make apple crumble, accent walls, and organic homemade soaps!


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On this episode of At Home With Didiayer, we learn about the ways in which humans have found connections between the elements of the Earth!


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Alison has twin boys who spend a lot of time in their living room and it's become home for many of their toys. Now that the boys are entering pre-school, Mom is looking to reclaim the room and imbue it with some style and elegance, however, she still wants it to be welcoming for casual family life. Candice and her team create an exquisite environment, without evicting the twin's toys!


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For Monica and Terry, the kitchen is probably their most highly trafficked room in the house. It's a place where they eat, cook, as well as host guests and clients. Watch as Candice gives the dated kitchen a facelift, imbuing it with some sophistication, just in time for a big client meeting.


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From debunking ridiculous theories about land, sea, and air, to untold history on assassination attempts, famous wars, and peace treaties, to the origins or Mardi Gras beads, throwing rice, and the French dip sandwich.


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Mystery Solved, Problem & Solution, Record Breakers From the truth behind the Bermuda Triangle, fairy rings and why some stones seem to move by themselves, to the solutions for persistent household problems, to some of the worlds great records involving fishing, rubber bands, and hula hoops.


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Does your kitchen look like a flashback to 1990? Join Vicki for the first of a two part kitchen renovation series. She brings in the props and shares their skills with you as they completely demolish the existing kitchen to make room for a chic kitchen for a bachelor and his aging dad. Discover what's involved in planning, designing and putting in place the right partners to assure you remodeling success.


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Out with the old and in with the new. You will fall in love with the new kitchen 's layout out and the materials Vicki brought together to create a dream kitchen for this homeowner. New floors, cabinets, counters, appliances and lighting are just half the story. If you are planning to makeover your kitchen you can 't afford to miss this two part series.


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Why a good jolt of scary will protect us from getting sick, the strategies to be heard by your partner and saving money and the latest strategy for de-stressing.


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Intelligence on the perfect amount of sleep for maximum performance, why stomach butterflies are good for us and how coffee shops are becoming the new dating mecca.


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Dental hygienist Liz and truck driver Will are engaged in a destructive spending game. Control freak Liz handles all the finances while keeping Will on a tight leash, yet still spends a lavish amount on clothes for herself, their baby and their dog. In retaliation, Will takes out costly cash advances. They've refinanced their home several times to hide debt in their mortgage to the point they now owe more than the house is worth. Getting this couple back on track means reigning in the spending, finding ways to re-build equity in their home and getting rid of the resentment between them. Gail finds way to get them fighting their debt rather than each other.