Chef Damien makes a deceptively simple breakfast or brunch dish that is packed with flavor.
Carol welcomes Cheryl Romas, who shows her how to make a cheese ball.
Angie Hicks spells out how important it is to make your expectations known.
Chef Cari shows that a barbecue grill isn't the only way to get your sizzle on.
Assistant Manager George Andrews of the Joplin Lowes shows off several projects that were deceptively easy.
Chef Damien has a couple of twists on the traditional dish, including a secret ingredient.
Eileen Nichols of the Webb City Farmers' Market shows a savory preparation for butternut squash.
Chef Cari empowers viewers to make their own BBQ sauce from scratch.
Melanie jazzes up an old TV tray with paint and stencils.
Chef Dale Davis is promoted to Food & Beverage Manager, and shows off one of the items for the buffet.
Melanie shows Gary the simple method of attaching cinnamon sticks to candles to create a rustic yet elegant display.
Melanie talks via satellite with bloggers Elsie Larson And Emma Chapman about easy-to-make yet personal holiday gifts.
Chef Damien creates a flavorful relish that will enhance pork as well as many kinds of fish.
Executive Chef Gary Jones of Crowder College shows some festive finger food.
Chef Cari shows a simple process for making your own delectable treats.
Angie Hicks gives some handy tips on how to use professionals to preserve photos and home movies in digital form.
Chef Damien prepares a decadent excuse for grown-ups to eat their vegetables.
Suzie Shank of the Missouri Egg Board shows a sumptuous recipe that can also be made into cupcakes.
Raphael Seth previews some of the new DVD releases hitting stores this week.
Angie Hicks shows how leaves and other debris in your gutters and downspouts can cause expensive damage over time.
Chef Cari shows how to combine traditional breakfast ingredients with chorizo and cilantro to create a flavorful breakfast that's also portable.
Melanie shows Gary how to put some home-team spirit into a craft project.
Chef Damien Tiregol puts a Crabby's spin on the classic Reuben.
Carol welcomes Linda Unser, one of the hosts of a chocolate festival, who shows us a new spin on s'mores.
Angie Hicks points out the benefits of buying new.
Chef Cari shows how to make Caesar dressing from scratch, and pairs it with Romaine lettuce and homemade croutons.
Eric shows Gary why saving seeds from store-bought produce probably won't get you the results you want.
Melanie is challenging Gary with a pinterest project -- a do-it-yourself centerpiece.
Jill Campbell of the Pittsburg Farmer's Market shows a rich soup and some delectable sweets, all made with items from the Farmer's Market.
Based on a true story of a haunted house, "The Conjuring" is one of several big-release films out on DVD.
Chef Cari shows how to lose some of the saturated fat but keep the flavor in this classic pasta dish.
Melanie shows Gary how to create edible witches' hats and broomsticks.
Jay Chism shows that tulips and pansies can not only survive the winter, but thrive in the spring if planted now.
Chef Damien takes the down-home staple to another level.
Mike Wiggins shows Carol the basics of making homemade pumpkin pie.
Angie Hicks & Co. have helpful hints on making sure your furry family member is well cared for in your absence.
Chef Damien Tiregol shows a simple but luscious version of the classic cheesecake.
Carol welcomes Frank Reiter, who whips up a German potato salad in honor of Oktoberfest.
Angie Hicks gives some nuts and bolts about how long furnaces last, and what's involved in picking out a new one.
Chef Cari shows a simple cookie that is perfect for dunking.
Melanie shows how to turn a glass pumpkin into a work of art.
Chef Dwight Loftus and Owner Donnie Bennett show some of the popular lunch and dinner items.
Tom Black creates an autumn arrangement while telling Melanie about some of the many classes offered in the Community Education program.
Jennafer Johnson uses farming as an analogy to wise investment practices.
Melanie shows Gary how to get in touch with his inner Martha Stuart, and the results are impressive.
Chef Damien whips up a recipe that will melt the heart of the most die-hard vegetable hater.
Angie Hicks shows what not to do when putting in a new tree.
The Freeman Hospital chef shows Carol how dramatically the hospital's cafeteria service has been revamped.
Chef Cari demonstrates how to make a show-stopping dinner with simple ingredients.
Lowe's Assistant Store Manager George Andrews shows several solutions to the same storage problem.