|Volume 1, Issue 7||January 2004|
Although the fireplace can't compete with modern heating systems as an energy and cost efficient source of heat, it remains one of the most popular features in a home. Here are a few basics you should know that will make for a better, safer and cleaner fire. Read More!
A dirty chimney will not only diminish the effectiveness of a fireplace, but, with severe neglect, could be the reason for a chimney fire. And, chimney fires lead to house fires. Read More...
As President and Executive Producer of Denver-based Talkmasters, Terry was responsible for creating and distributing successful nationally syndicated programs such as The Wizard of Wall Street, Health Time and Big Band Swing. He now joins On The House full-time to assist in the never-ending quest to find more great radio stations on which to air our programs! Welcome, Terry!
Here's what is coming up this month on our show!
Saturday, January 3rd - Tony March, inventor of the T-Trap, and Diane Plesset, author of The Survival Guide: Home Remodeling, join us to chat and answer questions.
Saturday, January 10th - Katherine Salant, author of The Brand-New House Book, joins us!
Saturday, January 17th - Interview with a representative from Sta-Rite Industries (makers of the PressureMate water pressure increaser). Also, Larry Huddleson joins us to talk about structured cabling.
Saturday, January 31st - Live broadcast from the Kick-Off to Rebuild in Houston, TX! A fun-filled event...don't miss this special remote broadcast!
Here are some of Dom's best recipes for you and your family to enjoy over the next month!
Baked Brie — It’s a wonderful hors de oeuvre!
Potato Kuggle — Onions and potatoes and mushrooms... oh my!
Sauteed Garlic Shrimp — My fantastic seafood dish will have your mouth watering.
Zesty Shrimp and Penne — Another fantastic shrimp treat for your family!
In celebration of the beginning of 2004, we will take a look at when some items which you use every day were first invented or created. These are some of the smaller things you likely take for granted. Take a minute to consider what life was like before these objects were so readily available. Happy New Year!