|Volume 1, Issue 5||November 2003|
As the weather gets colder and colder this season, you're probably wishing you could be someplace a bit warmer. The Carey Brothers may just grant you that wish... with the Spray Nine Hawaiian Getaway, where you could win a 7-day, 6-night trip to beautiful Oahu!
When you think "garage door opener", you probably think about a bulky rail at the top of your garage that is attached to your door by means of a clunky chain. Perhaps you envision the dim light that sometimes doesn't turn on at all, or the "seeing eye" that you're always worried won't properly "see" your children or pets.
Well, no more. This month, we're pleased to showcase a garage door opener that will change the way you think about garage door openers. No more rails, no more overhead annoyances, and no more vibration and loud noise. It's the Wayne Dalton idrive™ garage door opener, and it's unlike anything you've seen before. Read More...
Even though Kate grew up immersed in the music industry, the transistion over to home improvement came pretty easily. Her father is a contractor and all-around handyman. Her favorite part about working with On The House is the fact that she and her dad have had more to talk about than ever!
Kate looks forward to producing an exciting, fun-filled year for 2004!
What's coming up for the month of November? Take a look!
Saturday, November 8: Brad Staggs, host of "Talk 2 DIY" on the DIY Network Channel, makes an appearance.
Saturday, November 22: Garry Ridge, the CEO/President of WD-40, chimes in with some household problem-solving tips.
Saturday, November 29: It's the "Best Of The Carey
Bros." show! Don't miss out!
Here are some of Dom DeLuise's best recipes for you and your family to enjoy!
Turkey Tamale Pie — A unique dinner dish that will leave your guests in awe.
Bearnaise Sauce — Although traditionally used on filet mignon, this sauce will turn any grilled steak into a special meal. Weight watchers beware!
Red Beans & Rice — A great side dish that goes well with any meal!
Most of the tools we use today have their roots in devices created and used hundreds (and sometimes thousands) of years ago. Some of those ancient implements are still employed today, and some really haven't changed much... although they may be called by a different name.