The Grandest Chef follows real families' histories and uncovers the beauty of traditional family recipes. Birt Lewis' family gumbo is a heritage dish she's passing on to her granddaughters. Watch them cooking together.
The Grandest Chef follows real families' histories and uncovers the beauty of traditional family recipes. Birt Lewis' family gumbo is a heritage dish she's passing on to her granddaughters - watch them shop for the ingredients.
There's no age requirement for singing talent, and these funny American Idol auditions really make you wonder whether they should lower the the audition age so these cute kids can make it on the show. Want to see more cute kids singing? Visit ... http://www.grandparents.com/kids
Wondering when to start teaching your kids manners? Dr. Georgia Witkin uses a survey of modern grandparents to dig into the facts about good manners for children, and when it's important they use them. Visit http://www.grandparents.com/gp/gptv/index.html for more videos about kids and grandparenting.
We stopped in at the home of producer/director Garry Marshall to get his take on the story of Thanksgiving. His grandchildren offer a very insightful perspective on what the holiday really means. Want to see more videos with Garry Marshall? Visit http://www.grandparents.com/gp/gptv/video/celebrity-grandpa-garry-marshall.html?utm_source=youTubeVideo
Pilgrim Hall in Massachusetts offers artifacts of everyday Pilgrim life, a ship model of the Mayflower that brought the Pilgrims to Plymouth in 1620, maps of the Wampanoag settlement, and stories of the first Thanksgiving.
Dr. Georgia Witkin discusses the pros and considerable cons of excessive video game playing in kids, and she shares warning signs grandparents can look for. Want to know how much it too much? Want to continue the discussion? Join Georgia's group: http://www.grandparents.com/gp/groups/group/Dr--Georgia-On-Your-Mind/index.html?utm_source=youTubeVideoGames
You should know when you’ve gone too far with kids on Halloween; Dr. GG offers some rules and advice for how to help the kids enjoy their Halloween, instead of being scared. Want to continue the discussion? Join Georgia's group: http://www.grandparents.com/gp/groups/group/Dr--Georgia-On-Your-Mind/index.html
Want to know how to make family memories? Doctor Georgia Witkin takes to the streets to find out what parents and children remember about their grandparents, and what grandparents can teach. Want to join the conversation? Click the link below to share your memories in the Dr. Georgia in Your Mind discussion group. Check out what others are saying. http://edit.grandparents.com/gp/groups/group/Dr--Georgia-On-Your-Mind/index.html?utm_source=grandMemoryVideo
"Thirty percent of family businesses will survive the transition from founders to second generation. Only 12 percent will still be viable into a third generation,” says Paul Karofsky, 64, a grandfather of four who's been advising family businesses for 20-plus years at Transition Consulting Group, Inc., in Palm Beach Gardens, Fla., citing findings of the Family Firm Institute. Here's how to make a successful business transition from generation to generation, just as Russ & Daughters did with their New York City famed smoked-fish emporium. Check out Part I in this series featuring Mark Isreal of Doughnut Plant: http://www.grandparents.com/gp/gptv/video/family-business-doughnut-plant.html?utm_source=russDaughtersVideo
Giggle owner, Ali Wing, hips grandparents to the coolest summer purchases and essential toys for your grandkid like hats, sunscreen, sunglasses, travel cots, sandtoys, trikes, scooters, and bikes in this video by Grandparents.com Watch the next video in this series — Giggle's Winter Weather Essentials for Grandparents — by clicking this link: http://www.grandparents.com/gp/gptv/video/giggle-grandchild-winter-essentials.html?utm_source=giggleSummerVideo
Giggle's Ali Wing shows you exactly what you need from outdoor fun in winter weather. Items include stroller weather shields, buntings, hats, mittens. and sleds. Check out Ali Wing's better basics in this video titled Giggle's Grandparent Essentials: http://www.grandparents.com/gp/gptv/video/giggles-grandparent-essentials-checklist.html?utm_source=giggleWinterVideo
From better basics like receiving blankets to strollers and beds that "grow" with your grandchild, Giggle's Ali Wing will show you exactly what you need. Watch the next video in this series — Giggle's Winter Weather Essentials for Grandparents — by clicking this link: http://www.grandparents.com/gp/gptv/video/giggle-grandchild-winter-essentials.html?utm_source=giggleVideo
When Mark Isreal went to his grandparents' house as a child, he recalled making bagels and cookies and pies. His grandparents owned a bakery and, he later realized, "I was learning all this stuff without even knowing it." Now Isreal is the owner of New York City-based Doughnut Plant, and he talks about his introduction to the family business. Want to see more multi-generational business videos? Check out this one about New York mainstain, Russ * Daughters: http://www.grandparents.com/gp/gptv/video/family-business-russ-and-daughters.html?utm_source=doughnutPlantVideo