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week days 11:00 a.m. cbs5.com enjoy your labor daisy you tomorrow. >> u.s. open at 8 good monday morninhi good monday morning on this labor day. i'm erika hill along with harry smith on the plaza. harry is being double duty. he is working on a little crowd excitement management. you confessed you were having problems this morning. >> if you do this, it will work. >> i feel better already. >> coming up, they say truth is stranger than fiction. that's the case in this story. a nurse here in new york had not seen her father in more than 40 years. since she was a baby. until he was admitted to her unit as a patient.
we'll speak about this amazing twist of fate and the emotional reunion that followed. >> everything happens for a reason they say. and all the great photos you took this summer, maybe the ones from christmas still sitting in your camera or on your computer, we'll help you share them with the world. great ideas how to make all the pictures come alive, including a picture frame to turn any photo into a moving picture. or turning your tv into a giant greeting card. first, betty nguyen is at the news desk with another check on the headlines. good morning, betty. >> good morning to you and to you at home. u.s. and chinese officials are meeting today in beijing to try to steady economic relations. one chinese official says relations between the two countries are back on track following, quote, some disturbances. some say china's tough trade and currency policies are taking jobs away from americans. the economy will play a big role in the november election. president obama heads to wisconsin today to unveil his latest plans to get the economy
back on track. cbs news senior white house correspondent bill plante has more. good morning, bill. >> reporter: good morning, betty. you are sure right about the economy. labor day finds the president and democrats looking at big losses in november because of the dismal state of the economy. so the president will argue that things are getting better just as labor secretary hilda solis told harry earlier in the broadcast. >> well, look back eight months and we've actually added about 90,000 private sector jobs each month. when the president took office, remember we were losing well over 700,000 and 600,000 jobs. i would tell you the course and the path we are taking is on target. >> reporter: but that is a tough sell when the unemployment rate has been over 9% for months now. so the president will begin today to roll out a series of proposals to create more jobs. in milwaukee today improvements to the nation's infrastructure, roads, rail waist and airports. he'll ask for $50 billion to jump start a long-term program,
but republicans in congress are unlikely to go along with this. certainly not before the election, but at least it gives the democrats a campaign argument. betty? cbs' bill plante at the white house. hundreds of anti-american protestors gathered in afghanistan's capital denouncing the florida plan to burn the koran and shouted death to america. the u.s. embassy condemned the koran burning planned for saturday, the anniversary of the 9/11 attacks. the taliban says it is responsible for a deadly attack on a pakistani police station this morning. at least 17 people were killed, including nine police officers. four children on their way to school were among the victims. in new zealand this morning demolition crews began a wrecking of 500 homes and other buildings seriously damaged in saturday's powerful earthquake. the magnitude 7.1 quake caused widespread damage on new zealand's south island, but no
one was killed. it's reported joran van der sloot suspected in the disappearance of natalee holloway admitted extorting money from hall lo we's parents. he took the money in exchange for revealing the location of halloway's body. a dutch newspaper quoted van der sloot saying when they offered to pay for the girl's location, i thought, why not. van der sloot is charged in killing a woman in peru. holloway's body has not been located. and now to this man. was he pushed or did he jump in over the weekend jet blue said slater was not an employee but yesterday he said he resigned. last month he made headlines for exiting a plane by sliding down the emergency shoot after grabbing two beers. he still faces charges of reckless endangerment. now here's sean mcclof lynn. good morning to you. >> a great labor day here.
a lot of folks are back here nor the jimmy walk this sunday. who is having a barbecue today? anyone? anyone? people, it is labor day. let me tell you who will not have a barbecue or will have to reschedule. here comes hermine, the eighth name tropical season. what about landfall later tonight? overnight to the southeast of brownsville, they will pick up anywhere from four to ten inches of rain. but look through wednesday all the way up to an inch possible as far north as dall
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now to a bittersweet reunion between a father and daughter. two weeks ago a nurse at a hospice here in new york was given a new patient. turns out, it was her father, who she hadden seen in more than 40 years. wanda rodriguez joins us now from cavalry hospital in the bronx. wanda, good morning. >> good morning, harry. >> there you are. it's just another day at work. a new patient comes into your ward. and you hear his name and what did you think? >> well, what i was -- it was august 25, 2010, on a wednesday evening. i was expecting an admission. and the admission arrives ten to 7:00. he passed by the nurse's station. i looked at him. i took a glimpse at him, noticed he wasn't in any distress. ems proceeded and transferred him into the room. then i was by the nurse's
station, sitting right by the and then i was by the nurse's station charting and i overheard the doctor mentioning his name over the phone, he said victor perazza. and when i heard his name, i froze. i knew my father's name. i knew his name was victor. and prior to that, it was my maiden name, so i completely froze and quickly looked to the chart to see if i could notice his age. and i said, if this patient happens to be in his 60s, more than likely there's a good chance he could be my dad because my mom married her high school sweetheart. and she's in her 60s. so of course, i like at the chart and the age wasn't there. and i didn't think to look at the age. the date of birth, rather, so i said at this point i just need to go into the patient's room and look at him because my mom
told me that i had a great resemblance. my dad and i resembled each other very much. >> then ultimately you figure out that it is, in fact, your father. and i think one of the most amazing things about the entire story is your father abandoned your family, yet here you are and you have basically forgiven him. how -- where is it in your heart that you see this man who is in your care, you realize he's your father, and you still open your heart to him? >> because that's the type of person i am. it is not in my nature to hold a grudge. i like peace. i like to make people happy. and i couldn't imagine my father being one of the patients that's been admitted to calvary hospital and just turning him away. i mean, here i am, i'm here 23 years and try to provide the best of care to my patients, and who would have ever thought that my dad was going to be one of
these patients. >> as it turns out, without family, he's there almost by himself. he's met you, he's met your children, he's met suddenly this man has a richness in terms of relationships he may have never had in his entire life. >> exactly. >> is this a blessing for you? >> total blessing. i feel blessed. i feel that this was a spirit full gift god gave me and god brought him to me. this is the way it was supposed to happen. it was fate. and it couldn't have happened any more perfect than it did. i owe god my life. i feel so -- there's closure. >> wow, what a story. what a story. wanda, thank you very, very much for coming on this morning. i think you have provided an inspace for a lot of people all over this country and it's a story a lot of people are sharing. thank you so much for sharing it with us this morning.
>> you're welcome. >> okay. take care. now here's erica. up next, a century after the word was coined and 30 years after the iconic handbook was written, prepty is back. we'll be back with all the cableknit cardigans, duck boots and bucks that you need. you are watching "the early show" on cbs. new wisk, with our breakthrough stain spectrum technology targets all the major stain groups like proteins, carbohydrates and oils. its enzymes and cleaning agents tackle a full range of stains. you'll never look at stains the same way again. for a more powerful clean, try new wisk. fight stains with science.
kleenex® brand hand towels. preppy is have where this fall. what exactly does preppy mean today? "early show" style contributor katrina szish is here to help us define it for today, for 2010. good morning. >> good morning. you know, that's right. the all-american preppy aesthetic is back, from boarding schools to bloody marys we're tracing it back to its root. >> reporter: before preppy was stylish it was a way of life. it was coined a century ago to describe student at northeastern prep schools.
they shared a look which preppy came to define. no one could escape the branding. not even the family dog. in the 1950s preppy's blue blood began seeping into society. due in part to america's fascination with preppy's first family, the kennedys, who famously spent summers in high yan nas port. they went to hollywood where grace managed to dress down with sophistication. it wasn't until the '80s, some 30 years later, that is burst into the mainstream. the preppy handbook, a tongue-in-cheek best seller laid it out for the masses. film and fashion quickly followed suit. ♪ pretty in pink >> this is the '80s. >> reporter: clothes were just as memorable as characters in timeless films where princesses and even punks were a little prep. >> is this preppy or what? >> reporter: designer tommy
hilfiger got his start selling jeans from his basement. now on his 25th anniversary, the fashion legend outfits preps and hip-hop stars aalike. a lot of people think of tommy hilfiger and they say it's all-american, preppy. >> i would say that and i would also say cool american classic because it's classic with a bit of a twist. >> reporter: after laying low in the '90s, preppy has once again reinvented itself. this time led by pop stars and gossip girls. >> pop culture has a lot to do with the way we live our lives. music and fashion and art and entertainment. something that you can't really put your finger on, can't really touch but it's something you can sort of live your life by. >> reporter: and tomorrow the updated preppy handbook "true prep" provides guidelines for the new generation. what do you think about preppy makes it a classic? >> i think because it's here today and here tomorrow. it's something that will never
really go out of style. >> reporter: an amazing feat when you consider just how far preppy has come. ♪ >> you know, these days anyone can be prepreppy. from the looks you should rock to the books you should read. >> so much is obviously about the clothes. have you a little prep going on this morning. >> i have the prep inspired look. no prep look is complete without something from ralph lauren. i went shopping in the hamptons. great preppy looks for a lower price point. and tommy hilfiger let me borrow these boots, modified duck boots. >> i grew up in connecticut, ird say, which sort of -- >> you're an automatic prep. >> i kind of am just by default. the duck boot, i have fond memory of the duck boot but they never looked that good. >> this season they do. >> what else is on our must have list this fall? >> you remember the movie "the love story," iconic, that famous
season where ali mcgraw is walking to the college campus. it's about the basics modernized. >> camel coat. >> it's the must have. designers had it all over the runway. from zarra, we paired it with a sweater dress and loafer. >> on the gentlemen we have a layered look which is really preppy. not the argyle and the -- >> right. you can't be preppy without being layered. we have a great blazer and also a great oxford from land's end, argyle is always appropriate. dark denim jeans. the penny loafer is back. all preppy shoes in general, topsiders, the bucks, they're all in. >> let's take a quick look at our second couple to see the other preppy-inspired look. more duck boots. >> yes, we have the duck boots. on cassidy we're going for the
ee quis rey equestrian look, from tommy hilfiger, booties in red, these are pricey, straight from the runway but you can go for the classic duck boot at a classic price point. >> and the fishermen sweater. >> from l.l. bean signature. a j. crew shirt, a popped collar, because that's very important. on the gentlemen, the duck boots one more time. >> i love it. let's take a look at some other things you have here for us, which are really iconic preppy. the nantucket red. >> nantucket reds from murray toggery shop from the new york yacht club and they soft ton a pail pink patina. an alternative to khakis. >> you have to a belt with embroidery. >> the skull is the new peppy iconography. two college students started
this. they have dog collars for your black lab. >> yes. or your wallet, your dartmouth, your harvard. have you to bring your bloody marys with you. >> that's the cocktail of choice. you can drink it any time of day. this is from andy spade. he actually made it for the renaissance hotel chain. you can entertain at a moment's notice. >> i love it. this, i have to say, my aunt sara has always used these, no matter where we went. she swears by them. >> you know, the l.l. bean boat and tote is something that preppy school carry no matter what. they're not into too much accessories but if you have a prep, have you one of these and you must get it monday grogramm >> and they're very reasonable. >> and they last forever. >> the handbooks. >> "true prep" coming out tomorrow. it's just been rereleased, "take ivy" photographs of universities from the 1965. it was a cult classic selling
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resumes about half an hour from now for a man believed to be one of the victims of a killing spree in the good morning, the search resumes in a half hour from now for a man believed to be one of the victims to have killing spree in east bay. police and volunteers are going through a landfill in pittsburgh trying to find clues in the disappearence of frederick solace, he vanished more than a week ago the same time effron valdemoro is expected of killing his father ricardo. no obvious cause for the small plane crash in redwood city that killed three people. initial findings from ntsb. a preliminary report expected in 10 days but likely next year before the final report is in. >> former ceo of hewlett packard fired after accused of sexual harassment may have a new job.
will stick around for the better part of the day. lots of sunshine around the bay area. out towards ocean beach, the sun is shining through here, a great place to be, temperatures right out near the waters edge up into the 70s. inland valleys, plenty of sunshine all day long hot coming from mount vacca and temperatures going to be soring as we head into middle of the day and afternoon some numbers headed well into the 90s enjoy the beautiful summer day, temperatures hot in spots, 94 livermore, 72 pacifica. big changes in the long range hot day today but as early as tomorrow temperatures take a hit and a tumble through the middle of the week some numbers will come down 20 to 30 degrees from today's high much cooler temperatures on the way around the bay area partly cloudy skies looks like the fog returns as early as tonight c1 3,,,,,,,,
don't forget sunday the jimmy fund walk. right? coming up sunday. >> following the boston marat n marathon. no easy task for a great cause. wael welcome back to the "early show." coming up from frames to greeting cards, there are lots of fun new ways to share your digital photos. we have some great new products here to help you show off those summer vacation pictures and get them out of your camera. >> i need that motivation. all of my are stuck in the camera or on the computer. sorry, grandparent, you'll see the new grand kids some day. he used to be favorite 11-year-old movie reviewer. now he's our favorite 12-year-old movie reviewer. lights, camera jackson is back,
tackling late summer films and dvds you should see or perhaps not see. >> and a much more mature per speck five. >> i think so. >> now that he's 12 years old. >> i noticed already speaking with this this morning. one of the country's top grilling experts. elizabeth karmel will show us her special peach and blackberry pie. yummy. >> it's good to have her visit us, but then it's rough to try to get back into my clothes. sean mclaughlin is here with a final check of the weather. how's everybody in phoenix these days? >> doing well. i left 106, so -- >> and look at this day? >> i know. i'm loving the days here in the city. let's talk temperatures on your labor day monday. who's going to have to slather on the sunscreen? the folks out west. take a look. 90 in albuquerque. down in the southern plains, 94 in dallas. look at the sixty up through the northern plains. here's why, a big giant cold
front could produce severe weather. strong downpours, pelting hail from des moines, minneapolis all the way east to madison. watch it if you're traveling through chicago. maybe call ahead if you're trying to fly out tonight to make it back home for work tomorrow. northeast, the summer returns. talking 90s down in through the virginias in thr
that funky baseline. i'm looking this. back to you. thanks very much. you may be snapping lots of new photos today but chans are many of your new pictures from this past summer are sitting in your digital camera or computer. senior editor david gregg of behindthebuy.com is here with new photo sharing ideas. good morning. >> good morning, harry. >> you have a whole array of stuff here this morning. >> a bunch of stuff to take the memories out of your -- well, have you cameras, media cards today, you have people taking pictures with their phones --
>> right. somebody downloads them. >> how do you get them out of there and out? there's something familiar to a lot of people. over 100,000 kodak photo kiosks but people think can you only take your photo card and -- >> you plug it in. >> a new feature you can go online through picasa, facebook account, pull those pictures offline and create photo books using the photo kiosk. another way for the nontechie type person to go online and create different keepsakes. >> how do you make cool books like this? >> there are online photo sharing sites. kodak has their calorgallery. there is snapfish, shutterfly and flickr, but kodak gallery
allows you to use smart fiby you go online, and it puts an entire book together for you based on the chronology of the events during your summer vacation. >> you have to edit ahead of time before you -- >> that's exactly correct. this is from pan digital. the word's first photo digital mail picture frame. this has its own e-mail address. you don't need a wi-fi signal which it receives through at&t which you don't pay a fee for. it holds 6400 pictures. you give people your e-mail address associated with this and anywhere in the world you can e-mail pictures directly to this frame. >> that's cute. >> you have the option of accepting or denying the pictures. the only people that can send pictures are the people whose e-mails you register in this digital picture frame. >> so that way you don't get spam. >> theatat's right. >> this big picture frame called a frame wizard.
it takes any photo you've got and animates that photo. let me go to the cooler one. there's one, kind of a beach scene. let me get the beach scene going on there. there's the ferris wheel. what goes -- there we go. now, if you watch, the water is animated. also the ferris wheel is moving. it animates any picture you've got and you can actually load your pictures into your computer with special software, pick what elements you want to animate, create different backgrounds for it and it brings your pictures to life. >> i want the sound. i want the sound of the ocean. does it do that? >> it has sound, too. you can add an audio track too it. you've seen liquid crystal displays in keychains, and pan digital put them inside photo greeting cards. for ten bucks there are different types of greeting cards. up to 50 pictures you can put in this thing. ten bucks apiece, a great way to share your pictures.
>> show how it works. though the gizmo inside. >> there's a usb connecter inside where you actually connect it to -- >> right on the inside there. >> that little connecter right there. you connect it to your computer to load up to 50 pictures. >> all right. now, finally, this is from seagate, known for their external hard drives. this remote control allows you to take any content on your computer, whether your photos or your videos, whatever the case is, and put them onto your screen of your television. you turn your entire tv into a -- >> a gallery. >> a gallery, if you will. >> of your life. >> and it also has a connection so you can send content from net flix, you youtube, flickr. and it's totally portable. pp anywhere you can take your external hard drive you can turn
that tv into a video screen. >> what's the price? >> this is about $130, $120. i shopped around. you can find it close to $100, brand new from seagate. >> david, you always bring cool stuff. >> don't you love when it all works, too? >> i'm impressed. >> i'm a dollar richer, too, by the way. i'm very excited. >> we set the bar high. >> we do. david gregg, thanks very much. for more photo sharing ideas go to our website, that's earlyshow.cbsnews.com. erica? >> harry, thanks. from still photos we move on to moving pictures. as the summer blockbuster season wraps up there are new films opening, a few others coming out on dvd. who better to help us weed through them all than our favorite 12-year-old movie reviewer -- >> it's crazy. >> lights, camera, jackson. happy belated birthday. >> thank you. >> it looks a little older. >> thank you. >> we'll take a look -- some movies out in theaters.
"hubble" 3d. >> this is an imax movie about the may 2009 trip astronauts took to repair the hubble telescope. it's in 3d at imax. pictures taken trillions of miles away. and leonardo dicaprio narrates this. >> could this be a good way to sell your kids on science? >> i think so. if your teachers ask you, what movies you watched, you'll get a few extra points for saying "hubble". >> what did this receive on your official kid critic report card? >> it gets a b-plus. >> very nice. >> fantastic. really good movie. >> one to definitely check out. "avatar" 3d at some imax theaters. this is "avatar" with something extra. >> the "avatar" special edition. the biggest movie of all time.
i actually didn't really love "avatar" when it came out originally. now they're adding nine minutes of new footage to the already two hours and 40-something minutes. >> not worth it? >> it's not worth. -t. james cameron is releasing a new dvd, a new special edition dvd in november with more minutes of footage, seven more minutes tacked on. >> i should wait. >> you should if you're a die-hard "avatar" fan. and bonus features on the dvd that won't be in theaters. >> give us official grade. >> a"avatar" gets a "c." wait for the dvd. >> coming out on dvd, you're taking a look for us, first of all, at "prince of persia". >> the sands of time, kate gyllenhaal is a big actor. it's really a combination of a lot of other action movies we've seen "mummy," "pirates of the
caribbean," another disney jerry bruckheimer movie but it's not that great. too many closeups, slow-motion scenes. the only thing i'll remember from this movie is alfred molina's character kissing an ostri ostrich. that's the only thing i'll remember. >> that's quite a review. did i read you almost fell asleep? >> i did. i kept thinking to myself, would walt disney want to put his name on something like this? no! >> what grade are you putting on it. >> the official kid critic report card, gets a "d." skip it. one of the worst action movies of the year. >> hope you don't give a skip it to the next one "iron man". >> big one, started the summer season third biggest movie of the year. i actually like this better than the original. i'll tell you why. it had a lot more action scenes in this movie. although some of them do drag on a little bit, it's very
entertaining. i like robert downey jr. and gwyneth paltrow, it's a great movie. >> how high on the report card? >> "iron man 2" gets a "b," better than the original and definitely worth owning. >> all right. always a wealth of information. great to have you back with us. good luck with the back to school. >> i know, back to school starts in a few days. >> i think being 12 this year will do you well. >> thank you. >> thanks. >> announcer: this portion of "the early show" sponsored by new whisk. fight stains with science. before you fire up the grill on this labor day, pay attention. executive chef elizabeth karmel of hill country barbecue is here how to show us how to make picnic perfect fried chicken and texas beef tenderloins. >> that's right. >> you get to the end of summer and people are out of gas. thafr like, what can we make
next? now we have just the answer. >> that's right. that's why i have a little grill. let's go to the grill first. i'll show you. so, this is my texas tenderloins. >> look at these people. they just showed up out of nowhere. good morning. >> happy labor day. >> now, you have real charcoal. >> real charcoal. a huge piece of beef tenderloin. that's the full beef dender loin. the tenderloin comes from the spine, so it doesn't get very much work. it's the most tender, meltingly delicious buttery piece of meat. >> not a lot of fat. doesn't look like there's a lot of fat in there. >> very lean. it's really fabulous. you can see, i seared it over direct heat. then i moved it to indirect heat. >> so, you banked -- you got it nice and hot. sear it on both sides. bank the kohl's acoals and -- >> right. >> how long? >> a few hours. a smaller piece four to five minutes. >> you use a thermometer? >> or my finger.
i have a great a-okay method. >> is that right? >> the touch method. >> this has 20 more minutes. >> i'm thinking 19. very good. >> we'll bet on it, how about that? >> very good. >> while that finishes cooking, we'll do fried chicken. people think fried chicken is tough, but it's not. i'm going to show you just how easy it is. >> this is the simple way? >> yes. >> you'll start with flour. >> flour, salt, butcher grind pepper, a little cayenne to give it a kick. whisk that together. and, you know, i'm getting ready to open a chicken restaurant. >> i know. i heard about it. fried chicken and pie? >> fried chicken and pie. >> right here in new york city? >> yes, yes, sir. >> that sounds good. >> so, you want to know what the secret to great fried chicken is? >> i'm going to tell you, probably has something to do with this. >> a paper bag. like my grandmother and probably
your grandmother did, we'll shake the chicken in the paper bag. we'll put some seasoned flour in here. i've been marinating this in buttermilk, but it has a little twist. it's a buttermilk brind, so it will be tender and juicy. >> so, i'm going to pop this guy in here. >> just use your hands. now, shake, shake, shake. that's great. >> all right. >> so, let's look at that guy. does he have a lot of flour on him? oh, that's perfect. >> look at that guy, huh? >> yeah. now, in a perfect world you'll let that flour sit for five minutes. >> five minutes. >> just so it absorbs and gives you a great crust. you want to make sure your oil is hot enough to sizzle. >> we did that already. >> right. >> rook at that. oh, how perfect. >> mm. >> you want to make sure it's not only golden brown, but it's cooked all the way through to the bone, right, because that's a big problem.
>> because you think, as that turns brown, i've got to get it out of there, but you can't because it takes ait's while for the chicken to cook. >> it does. two tips. if you have a lid, you put the lid on and that keeps the heat on the inside. as it browns it also cooks. if you don't have a lid, you can take it out when you like the color and you can put it on a rack on a sheet pan and finish it up in the oven. >> that's kind of the guaranteed way. sometimes we do that out on the grill, we'll bake the chicken first and then put it out, or vice versa. that's the way to go. >> nothing worse than biting into a great piece of fried chicken and it's not cooked all the way. >> that's just horrendous, right? >> i know this is cooked all the way. >> you know this is cooked. this looks really, really good. i got a question for you. >> okay. >> and you know, as good as fried chicken is, it's really good the second day, too, right? oh oh, my gosh. >> you can do this in the morning and take it to a picnic later this afternoon.
the same thing with the tenderloin we have here. that's actually served room temperature. i smoked it last night. and then i just sliced it this morning. >> what would you serve with that tenderloin? would you have some kind of -- some sort of chili or -- >> i like to do a horseradish cream if i'm going to be fancy. i like to do a nice salsa. i like to take one of those gorgeous buttermilk biscuits, slice it and put that tender line right inside. and eat it. >> you're scaring everybody. you're scaring everybody and making everybody so happy. now, let me ask another question. you have this beautiful fried chicken. would you ever do that, would you ever deskin it? could you do it without the skin? >> i am so glad you asked. you're not going to believe this. we have two kinds of chicken at hill country chicken. one is this, the classic chicken president the other one we remove the skin and we have this
crispy, crunch y savory batter we finish with saltine crackers. >> we've got your tenderloin, super biscuits. what's the corn salad? >> i love this. this time of year you can use it with fresh corn. you just blister the corn. you either grill it or blister it in a cast iron skillet, mix it with some red peppers and some scallions and a beautiful red wine vinaigrette and it's a nice change from coleslaw and -- >> easy, easy. what's this bad boy right here? >> you need a bite of that. >> i do? >> that is my peach blackberry buy with a streusel topping. >> that's right. yeah, you're jealous, right? serious jealousy out on the plaza this morning. >> if you want to up the ante, a nice big scoop of vanilla ice cream. >> it doesn't even need it. it is not required. it is so good. elizabeth, as always, a pleasure to see you. >> it's so great to be with you.
so, we're back with elizabeth karmel. this is sort of the labor day picnic you wish somebody would bring to your house. >> come on down. i'm happy to feed you. >> let me ask you some more about this pie, because it's peach and blackberry? >> right. >> one of the things we were commenting on is just the notion that it's not so sweet. the sweet comes on the top? >> the fruit. >> it's from the fruit. >> exactly. i want you to taste the fruit. you know, there's a time and
place for super sweet, but not in a fruit pie. >> which is dangerous. which means you can eelt more of it because it doesn't get too sweet. >> exactly. >> we have a huge pie program. >> what kind of -- okay, because we were just talking about this. who's the sgi down in the hill country in texas, the big pie guy? he has pie of the month or whatever -- >> the texas pie company. >> what kind of pies are you going to make? >> we'll have an apple pie with a cheddar lattice crust which is incredible. banana cream pie, bourbon pea con, of course -- >> we'll finish the list. elizabeth, thank youhaery much. have a great labor day. uz,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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