Broad and High

S9 E1 | FULL EPISODE

Colorful Glass Mosaics, MojoFlo, Quick Snacking Crackers

See colorful glass mosaics from Columbus artist Beth Himsworth. The love of music and family ties help a violinist overcome cancer. Music from MojoFlo. Also, a recipe for quick snacking crackers. A new season of Broad & High, premieres Thursday, October 7, 2021 at 8pm on WOSU TV.

AIRED: October 07, 2021 | 0:26:46
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TRANSCRIPT

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>> PRODUCTION OF

"BROAD AND HIGH" IS FUNDED IN

PART BY THE GREATER COLUMBUS

ARTS COUNCIL.

SUPPORTING ARTS, ADVANCING

CULTURE AND CONNECTING THE

COMMUNITY TO ARTISTS, EVENTS AND

CLASSES AT COLUMBUSMAKESART.COM.

>> FROM THESE CONTRIBUTING

SPONSORS -- AND VIEWERS LIKE

YOU.

THANK YOU.

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>> THIS TIME ON

"BROAD AND HIGH" --

A COLUMBUS ARTIST COMBINES THE

ANCIENT ART OF MOSAIC WITH THE

COMPLEXITY AND TEXTURES OF

MODERN GLASS.

A VIOLINIST CREDITS OVERCOMING A

RARE FORM OF BLOOD CANCER TO THE

SUPPORT OF HIS FAMILY AND HIS

LOVE FOR MUSIC.

A TREAT FROM

“KATE'S QUICK BITES.”

AND NEO-FUNK RHYTHM FROM

MOJOFLO.

THIS AND MORE, RIGHT NOW -- ON

“BROAD AND HIGH.”

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>> WELCOME TO "BROAD AND HIGH."

I'M DAVID HOLM, YOUR HOST FOR

THIS EPISODE -- FILLING IN FOR

KATE QUICKEL.

BETH HIMSWORTH HAS LIVED IN

SEVERAL COUNTRIES AND

EXPERIENCED MANY CULTURES.

YOU CAN SEE THAT IN THE LUSH AND

STRIKING MOSAICS CREATED BY THIS

COLUMBUS ARTIST.

LET'S SEE HOW THE RHYTHMS AND

PATTERNS FROM ALL OVER THE WORLD

ARE REPRESENTED IN HER WORK.

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>> AS I WAS LIVING IN

SOUTH AMERICA FOR A LONG TIME, I

WOULD COME HOME ON DIFFERENT

VISITS AND MY MOTHER WAS MAKING

STAINED GLASS.

AND SHE KEPT TELLING ME, “OH,

THIS IS SO MUCH FUN.”

AND, “YOU SHOULD DO THIS!”

AND SHE MADE WINDOWS AND LAMPS

AND -- I JUST KEPT SAYING, “MOM,

NO -- I DON'T FOLLOW PATTERNS, I

DON'T MEASURE ANYTHING.”

“THERE'S NOTHING ABOUT STAINED

GLASS THAT ATTRACTS ME.”

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MY HUSBAND AND I, WHEN WE MOVED

BACK HERE -- WE WENT ON A DOUBLE

DATE WITH SOME FRIENDS.

AND WE WENT TO A PLACE THAT DID

GLASS MOSAIC -- WHICH WAS REALLY

FUN EXCEPT THAT IT WAS WITH

THOSE LITTLE TILES.

AND I MADE A TRAY AND I TOOK IT

AND I SHOWED IT TO MY MOM, AND I

SAID, “HERE, LOOK.”

AND SHE GOES, “IT WOULD LOOK A

LOT BETTER IF YOU MADE IT OUT OF

GLASS.”

I WAS LIKE, “OH, YOU KNOW -- IT

WOULD.”

[NOISE] AND SO -- SHE GAVE ME A

BOX OF GLASS, AND I WENT DOWN TO

MY BASEMENT WITH A GLASS CUTTER

AND STARTED BEATING THINGS UP,

AND STARTED MAKING MOSAIC OUT OF

IT.

AND, IT WAS JUST REALLY FUN.

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I JUST BECAME FASCINATED BY THE

COLORS.

THE DIFFERENCE -- DIFFERENT

KINDS OF TRANSLUCENTS.

AND THE INCREDBLE POSSIBLITIES

THAT GLASS HAS.

AND THEN, EVENTUALLY I THOUGHT,

“WELL, I KIND OF -- I REALLY

LIKE THE MOSAIC.”

“I LIKE WORKING WITH GLASS, BUT

I'D LIKE TO HAVE IT BE A LITTLE

MORE PAINTERLY.“

I WANTED COLORS TO KIND OF BLEND

TOGETHER BETTER.

AND, I DIDN'T KNOW HOW TO DO

THAT WITH GLASS.

SO, I STARTED GETTING INTERESTED

IN FUSED GLASS, AND WITH FUSED

GLASS I WAS ABLE TO OVERLAP AND

INTERPLAY IN WAYS THAT I HADN'T

BEEN ABLE TO DO BEFORE.

BUT, IT STILL WASN'T QUITE WHAT

I WANTED.

I KEPT EXPERIMENTING AND

EXPERIMENTING AND THEN, JUST BY

CHANCE -- I HEARD ABOUT A CLASS

BY A GUY WHO MADE THE WORLD'S

LARGEST STAINED GLASS WINDOW AT

4,000 SQUARE FEET.

TIM CAREY.

AND HE IS AN AMAZING INSTRUCTOR

AND HE SHOWS YOU HOW TO MAKE

YOUR OWN SHEETS OF GLASS.

AND HOW TO GET THE COLORS TO

KIND OF MELD TOGETHER.

SO I COULD ADD, YOU KNOW, FIVE,

SIX, EIGHT COLORS, IF I WANT --

OF GLASS INTO A SHEET.

AND AS IT MELTS TOGETHER,

THEN -- WITH FRIT, AND ALL KINDS

OF LITTLE PIECES OF GLASS, IT

TURNS INTO SOMETHING COMPLETELY

DIFFERENT.

AND SO, THIS WHOLE BODY OF WORK

THAT WE'RE LOOKING AT TODAY HAS

BEEN MADE WITH THAT TECHNIQUE.

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WHEN I TRY TO EXPLAIN TO PEOPLE

THAT FUSED GLASS IS WARM GLASS,

IT'S KIND OF HARD TO FIGURE OUT.

ALL WILL SAY, “DID YOU BLOW

THIS?”

AND SO, WHAT'S VERY IMPORTANT

ABOUT GLASS IS THAT THIS IS COLD

GLASS.

IT IS WORKED COLD.

IT'S PUT TOGETHER COLD.

AND IT ALWAYS STAYS FLAT LIKE

THIS.

THIS IS THE PIECE THAT MY MOTHER

MADE YEARS AGO.

AND THEN, HOT GLASS IS THE

TYPICAL THING YOU THINK OF AS

BEING IN A KILN.

YOU KNOW, WITH THE BLOWN GLASS

AND THAT KIND OF THING.

AND IT -- IT'S REALLY, REALLY

HOT.

IT'S AROUND 2,000-2,200 DEGREES.

SO, WHAT I DO WITH FUSED GLASS

IS CALLED WORN GLASSED, BECAUSE

MY KILN ONLY GOES UP TO

1,700 DEGREES FARENHEIT.

AND SO, AT WARM, GLASS IS ABLE

TO --

IT DOESN'T -- IT MELTS IN TERMS

OF BEING LIKE A REALLY THINK

MOLASSES TYPE OF TEXTURE.

AND SO, IT CAN BEND AND MOVE,

BUT IT DOESN'T ACTUALLY BECOME

AN ACTUAL LIQUID THAT YOU CAN

BLOW, AS IN HOT GLASS.

AND SO, IN ORDER TO MAKE THINGS

THAT HAVE -- THAT HAVE THESE

KINDS OF CHARACTERISTICS WITH

TEXTURE, I HAVE TO MAKE A CLAY

MOLD.

AND WITH THE CLAY MOLD THEN, I

CAN LAY THIS ON, MELT IT

TOGETHER, AND THEN I CAN MAKE

THINGS OUT OF IT THAT I WANT TO

MAKE.

AND SO, I WAS TALKING BEFORE

ABOUT THIS IDEA THAT I WANTED TO

GET MORE TEXTURE, AND MORE

OVERLAP INTO MY GLASS.

THIS IS SORT OF AN EARLY ATTEMPT

AT THAT WITH FUSED GLASS.

TRYING TO GET THINGS ON TOP OF

EACH OTHER, AND THINGS TO MOLD

TOGETHER.

AND IT'S SO MUCH EASIER NOW WITH

THE CLASS THAT I'VE TAKEN.

BUT, THIS WAS MY FIRST ATTEMPT

TO TRY AND FIGURE OUT HOW TO

MAKE GLASS A LITTLE MORE

INTERACTIVE WITH AND OVERLAPPING

WITH THE DIFFERENT COLORS.

SO, THIS IS WARM GLASS, HOT

GLASS, AND COLD GLASS.

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WELL, AT THE

STUDIOS ON HIGH GALLERY, WE ARE

THE ONLY ARTISTS OWNED AND

OPERATED GALLERY IN THE SHORT

NORTH.

AND, EVERY MONTH WE HAVE A

DIFFERENT SHOW IN THE FRONT OF

OUR GALLERY.

SO, I HAPPEN TO BE THE MEMBER

WHOSE DOING A SHOW IN SEPTEMBER.

IT'S CALLED, “FROM THE EARTH.”

AND THE REASON IT IS CALLED,

“FROM THE EARTH” IS BECAUSE THEY

HAD TO PICK A TITLE A YEAR AGO,

AND I HAD NO IDEA WHAT I WAS

GONNA DO.

SO, I KNEW I WANTED TO

EXPERIMENT WITH SOME NEW THINGS,

BUT I DIDN'T KNOW HOW IT WAS

GONNA GO.

SO, I THOUGHT THAT WAS GENERIC

ENOUGH TO ENCOMPASS WHAT I

REALLY LIKE TO DO, WHICH IS

NATURE SUBJECTS.

AND LEAVES, AND BAMBOO, AND

THINGS LIKE THAT.

HAVING SPENT 18 YEARS LIVING IN

THE TROPICS, I JUST LOVE NATURE.

IT'S LIKE, WHEN YOU LIVE IN A

PLACE WHERE IT'S ALL AROUND YOU,

IT BECOMES SO MUCH MORE A PART

OF YOUR LIFE.

SO, LIVING IN OHIO, I HAPPEN TO

LIVE IN A GOOD NEIGHBORHOOD THAT

HAS LOTS OF TREES -- BUT IT'S

STILL NOT THE SAME.

AND, I'M ALWAYS LIKE, TRYING TO

RECREATE PIECES THAT HAVE THAT

KIND OF JUNGLE-Y FEEL TO IT.

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WITH THIS, I AM HOPING IS GONNA

BE MY FAVORITE PIECE WHEN IT

GETS DONE.

I REALLY, REALLY LOVE MONSTERA

LEAVES.

SO, THIS IS SORT OF, LIKE

INSPIRED BY THE FIRST PROJECT

THAT I MADE WITH TWO LEAVES, AND

I'M TRYING TO SEE IF I CAN GET

IT TO WORK OKAY WITH FIVE.

NOW, GLASS, WHEN YOU PUT IT IN A

KILN -- AND IT MELTS, IT WANTS

TO LEVEL OUT.

GLASS ONLY WANTS TO BE THIS

THICK.

AND UNFORTUNATELY, WHEN -- SO

WHEN YOU PILE UP GLASS.

IT WILL JUST FLOW ALL OVER THE

PLACE AND DRIP OFF THE SIDES.

SO, THE HASTAB DAMS -- SO THIS,

THESE WALLS THAT I CAN STRUCTURE

‘ROUND THE PIECE, AND I LINE SO

THAT THEY WON'T STICK TO THE

DAMS.

THESE WALLS WILL HELP THE GLASS

CONTINUE TO STAY IN THE SAME

FRAMEWORK.

IN ORDER TO KEEP THIS LEAF --

THIS PART OF THE LEAF FLOATING

INTO THAT PART OF THE LEAF, YOU

HAVE TO PUT A SPACER IN IT OF

THE CLEAR GLASS.

SO, THE CLEAR GLASS WILL THEN

HOLD IT IN PLACE.

SO I HAVE TO PUT IN A WHOLE LOT

OF DIFFERENT PIECES IN ORDER TO,

TO MAKE THE SHAPE THAT I AM

LOOKING FOR.

AND THEN, THERE ARE ALL THESE

GAPS.

SO HOW ARE THESE GAPS GOING TO

FILL IN?

SOME OF THEM WILL FILL IN OKAY

JUST BY MELTING, BUT I WANT TO

MAKE SURE THAT ESPECIALLY IN

GAPS FROM ONE LEAF TO ANOTHER,

THAT THERE'S ENOUGH OF A LINE

THERE THAT YOU CAN TELL WHICH

LEAF IS ON TOP, AND SO ON.

SO BASICALLY, WHAT I NEED TO DO

IS TO TAKE THE GLASS FRIT THAT I

MADE IN MY GRINDER, AND -- AND

THEN I HAVE TO LIKE, BRUSH IT

INTO THE CRACKS.

SO AS I BRUSH IT INTO THE CRACKS

THEN, IT KINDA FILLS IN, IN

PLACES WHERE I WANT IT TO BLEND.

IT LOOKS PRETTY OBVIOUS NOW THAT

I HAVE THIS FILLED INTO THE

BLOCKS, BUT ONCE IT'S ALL MELTED

TOGETHER, YOU DON'T REALLY SEE

IT THAT MUCH.

SO I HAVE TO CHECK IT ONE LAST

TIME, MAKE SURE THERE IS NOTHING

MORE THAT I NEED TO DO.

AND THEN, JUST CLOSE IT.

AND, WE'LL FIND OUT IN ABOUT

30 HOURS, IF IT CAME OUT THE WAY

WE WANTED IT TO.

>> OH, YEAH.

YEAH, SO FAR, SO GOOD.

WELL, IT ALL CAME TOGETHER

PRETTY WELL.

NOW I JUST NEED A PIECE OF GLASS

AS A SCRAPER TO HELP GET SOME OF

THIS PAPER OFF.

[SCRAPING NOISE]

AND THEN, THE NEXT STEP IS IT'S

GOING IN MY SINK TO GET A BATH,

AND TO GET THE REST OF THIS OFF.

AND THEN WE'LL SEE HOW IT TURNED

OUT.

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IT'S KINDA HEAVY.

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>> NOW, YOU CAN'T SEE THE TOP

VERY WELL BECAUSE IT'S IN THE

SHADOWS.

IT WILL BE A LITTLE BIT

BRIGHTERB THAN THAT.

AND THIS IS A PIECE THAT'S

INTENDED TO BE FRONT LIT.

SO, IT -- UNDER A SPOTLIGHT, I

THINK IT WILL POP OUT PRETTY

WELL.

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I SEE PEOPLE STANDING AND JUST

KINDA STARING AND THEY -- THEY

LOOK AT HOW THE PIECES COME

TOGETHER.

AND THEY LOOK AT THE NEGATIVE

SPACE AND THE POSITIVE SPACE,

AND SOMETIMES, I'VE HAD ART --

GLASS ARTISTS COME IN AND

THEY'LL LOOK AT A REALLY LONG,

SLENDER PIECE OF GLASS, AND

THEY'LL BE LIKE, “HOW DID YOU

CUT THAT?”

“I DON'T KNOW HOW --?”

YOU KNOW, AND IT'S BECAUSE I

PRACTICE WITH A DIFFERENT KIND

OF TECHNIQUE THAN THEY'RE

PROBABLY USING.

AND PART OF IT, FOR ME IS NOT

BEING A CLASSICALLY OR

ACADEMICALLY TRAINED ARTIST.

I DON'T HAVE THE LIMITATIONS OF

“THIS IS HOW IT'S SUPPOSED TO

BE.”

“AND THIS IS WHAT YOU CAN'T DO

AND THIS IS WHAT YOU CAN DO.”

>> SO, I'M ALWAYS EXPERIMENTING

AND PLAYING AROUND, AND THEN,

HOPEFULLY, I CAN COME UP WITH

SOME THINGS THAT ARE KIND OF

UNIQUE IN THAT WAY.

I HOPE THAT IT ENCOURAGES THEM

SOMEHOW.

I HOPE THAT THEY LOOK AT IT.

I HOPE THAT THEY FEEL A SENSE

OF, “OH YEAH, THIS IS COOL.”

“THIS IS LIKE, LIFE.”

“AND THIS IS SOMETHING THAT,

THAT KIND OF MAKES MY DAY FEEL A

LITTLE BIT BETTER.”

>> I REALLY FEEL LIKE IT'S A

PART OF OUR HUMANITY TO BE

ENGAGED WITH NATURE.

IT'S PART OF WHO WE ARE.

AND WHEN WE LIVE THESE BUSY,

URBAN LIVES WE GET DISCONNECTED

FROM THAT.

SO, I REALLY FEEL THAT THROUGH

ART, WE CAN GET A LITTLE BIT

BETTER CONNECTED.

AND BEGIN TO JUST APPRECIATE A

LITTLE MORE, THE WORLD THAT WE

LIVE IN.

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>> GETTING A DIAGNOSIS OF A

SERIOUS DISEASE CAN BE A

TRANSFORMING EXPERIENCE.

HERE'S THE STORY OF A FLORIDA

VIOLINIST'S DISCOVERY OF THE

POWER OF ART AND THE LOVE OF

FAMILY.

>> AM I GONNA MAKE IT OR NOT?

AND YOU'RE LOOKING AT DEATH

LIKE, IN ITS FACE.

AND LIKE, YOU'RE SO SCARED.

AND --

>> AND THE WAY THE HOURS BECOME

SO PRECIOUS.

I WAS LIKE, “I DON'T CARE IF

THEY'RE HORRIBLE HOURS, I JUST

WANT HOURS.”

>> CANCER CHANGES YOU IN A WAY

THAT I THINK, A LOT OF PEOPLE

DON'T GET OR CAN'T EVEN

UNDERSTAND.

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THE WORLD, TO ME, IS JUST MUSIC.

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AT 13, I GOT INTERESTED IN THE

VIOLIN.

IT CAME NATURALLY.

AND, I FEEL LIKE, IT JUST SO

QUICKLY, LIKE FELL IN LOVE WITH

IT.

AND, I'M NOT GREAT WITH WORDS,

AND JUST COMMUNICATION, BUT

LIKE -- MUSIC IS JUST HOW I

EXPRESS MYSELF.

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>> IT WAS LITERALLY ABOUT A

MONTH OF THAT, KIND OF.

ON AND OFF NAUSEAOUS, AND AFTER

MORE TESTING THEY STARTED COMING

BACK WITH, “THIS LOOKS LIKE IT

CAN BE BLOOD CANCER.”

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>> AND THAT WAS A HUGE BLOW.

IT WAS -- SOMETHING THAT WE

NEVER EXPECTED.

>> CANCER IS ABSOLUTE WAR.

YEAH.

>> I CAN'T EVEN GO THERE.

I WON'T LET THAT HAPPEN.

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I GOTTA BE THERE FOR THEM.

I IMMEDIATELY STARTED DOING

CHEMOTHERAPY.

I RESPONDED REALLY, REALLY WELL.

BUT THEY WERE STILL LIKE, “TO

FIX THE REAL PROBLEM, WE REALLY

THINK YOU NEED TO DO A

TRANSPLANT.”

>> AND, YOU KNOW, SOMEONE WHO

HAS A POTENTIALLY TERMINAL

DIAGNOSIS, IT'S THAT ONE SHOT.

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>> IT MADE ME FEEL, HONESTLY, SO

GRATEFUL TO BE ABLE TO LIKE,

HAVE THE OPPORTUNITY TO GIVE HIM

A PROSPEROUS LIFE WITH HIS

FAMILY AND HIS KIDS.

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>> THE TRANSPLANT, LIKE -- THERE

WAS WAY, WAY HARDER THAN I COULD

EVER IMAGINE.

>> SOMEBODY SO STRONG, AND SO

LIKE, JUST -- LIKE ROLL UP INTO

THIS BALL, HAIRLESS, GRAY HUMAN

BEING.

IT WAS SO SAD TO WATCH HIM --

YEAH, DISINTEGRATE LIKE THAT.

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>> SUBSEQUENTLY HAD ADDITIONAL

COMPLICATIONS ASSOCIATED WITH

THE TRANSPLANT THAT WERE NOT RUN

OF THE MILL COMPLICATIONS.

>> THE PAIN WAS SO BAD, I DIDN'T

KNOW HOW I WAS GONNA GET THROUGH

AN HOUR OR DAY, SO --

>> IS HE DYING RIGHT NOW?

IF HE IS, LIKE, WHAT WOULD I

REGRET NOT DOING?

AND I WAS LIKE, “WE NEED THE

KIDS HERE.”

WE NEED TO GET TO BE TOGETHER.

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>> I DIDN'T PICK MY VIOLIN UP

FOR LIKE, TWO MONTHS.

JUST LIKE, I COULDN'T.

BUT I WOULD HEAR THESE SONGS,

LIKE SO MUCH MUSIC IN MY HEAD.

I JUST -- SAT DOWN AT MY

KEYBOARD FOR THE FIRST TIME, AND

JUST WROTE THIS WHOLE SONG.

LIKE, I FEEL LIKE THERE'S SO

MUCH THAT'S GONNA COME OUT, AND

IT ALREADY HAS FROM THIS

JOURNEY.

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>> REALLY, ONE OF THE BEST DAYS

OF MY LIFE.

LIKE, BEING ABLE TO HUG THEIR

LITTLE, FEEL THEIR LITTLE ARMS

JUST WRAPPED AROUND ME, AND

WRAPPED THEIR ARMS AROUND ME,

AND BE BACK TOGETHER.

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>> CALEB HAD MADE AN

ANNOUNCEMENT THAT HE WAS GOING

BACK TO THE DOGS, AND WE LIKE,

DROPPED EVERYTHING.

LIKE, “THIS IS SOMETHING WE ARE

ABSOLUTELY NOT GONNA MISS.”

>> BUT, JUST TO GO BACK AFTER

THAT -- COMING THAT CLOSE TO NOT

MAKING IT.

AND -- THERE WAS HUNDREDS OF

PEOPLE THERE.

AND SO, TO GET TO THAT DAY AND

JUST SEE SO MUCH LOVE AND SO

MUCH SUPPORT PUT OUT.

IT'S HARD TO DESCRIBE WITH

WORDS.

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>> THAT'S LIKE EVERYTHING.

I MEAN, THAT'S JUST THAT'S THE

REASON THAT PEOPLE UNDERGO THIS

HORRIBLE EXPERIENCE OF

TRANSPLANT, AND THE

COMPLICATIONS THAT OCCUR POST

TRANSPLANT.

IT'S TO LIVE THEIR LIVES AGAIN.

>> I REALLY GOT THAT MIRCLE THAT

SO MANY PEOPLE HOPE FOR AND PRAY

FOR AND LONG FOR.

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>> THERE'S A WHOLE LOT OF

SHAKING GOING ON IN

KATE QUICKEL'S KITCHEN.

THAT'S THE ESSENTIAL STEP IN

THIS, “KATE'S QUICK BITES”

RECIPE.

QUICK SNACKIN' CRACKERS.

SHE SAYS THEY'RE EASY TO MAKE,

AND SHE SWEARS THEY'RE

DELICIOUS.

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>> TODAY, I'M GONNA BE MAKING A

SUPER QUICK AND TASTY SNACK THAT

YOU CAN WHIP UP, AND IT'S MADE

WITH PANTRY INGREDIENTS.

IT'S SAVORY.

IT'S CHEESY.

IT'S SO GOOD.

THEY'RE MY QUICK SNACKIN'

CRACKERS.

AND THEY ARE COATED IN RANCH

SEASONING, SO YOU CAN'T GO

WRONG.

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YOU WILL NEED THREE QUARTERS OF

A CUP OF VEGETABLE OIL.

A ONE OUNCE PACKET OF RANCH

SEASONING.

ONE QUARTER CUP OF GRATED

PARMESAN CHEESE.

AND 16 OUNCES OF OYSTER

CRACKERS.

IT'S USUALLY ABOUT TWO BAGS.

OKAY, THIS RECIPE REALLY

COULDN'T BE ANY EASIER.

YOU GATHER ALL OF YOUR

INGREDIENTS TOGETHER.

THE ONE TOOL YOU'RE GONNA NEED

IS A ZIP-TOP BAG.

SO, EVERYTHING'S GONNA GO IN

HERE AND WE'RE GONNA SHAKE IT

ALL UP SO THAT THE CRACKERS GET

COATED.

WHAT I DO, IS I JUST KIND OF

FLIP THE BAG OPEN SO IT STAYS

OPEN, SO I GOT A LITTLE

STRUCTURE.

SO THAT I CAN ADD EVERYTHING TO

IT.

SO, I'M GONNA START BY ADDING

THE VEGETABLE OIL INTO THE BAG,

AND OUR PARMESAN CHEESE, AND THE

ULTIMATE INGREDIENT, THE RANCH

SEASONING.

AND I'M JUST GONNA, KIND OF MIX

THIS STUFF TOGETHER, SO THAT THE

LIQUIDS AND THE DRY INGREDIENTS

GET MIXED UP.

AND NOW, WE CAN ADD THE

CRACKERS.

THIS SOMETIMES RESULTS IN A

MESS, SOMETIMES IT DOESN'T.

BUT, THIS WILL BE HARDER WITH A

BOWL.

OHH, OHH.

YEP.

NOW YOU WANNA SEAL YOUR BAG, BUT

MAKE SURE YOU SEAL IT REALLY

WELL.

HEAR THOSE CLICKS.

NOW, IT GETS FUN.

NOW YOU JUST SHAKE IT UP.

YOU JUST WANNA MIX IT AROUND, SO

THAT YOUR CRACKERS GET FULLY

COATED.

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SO, YOU JUST WANNA GET ‘EM ALL

EVENLY COATED, AND WHEN YOU

START TO SEE THAT THEY ARE, THAT

THE WHOLE BAG LOOKS WET, AND

THAT THE CRACKERS ARE COATED, WE

CAN MOVE ON TO THE NEXT STEP.

WE ALWAYS JUST ATE THEM LIKE

THIS.

WE SHOOK IT UP, AND THEN YOU

POUR ‘EM INTO A BOWL AND THEY

WERE DELICIOUS.

YOU CAN EAT THEM LIKE THAT.

I RECENTLY WAS LIKE, “WHAT IF WE

PUT THEM IN THE OVEN, AND KIND

OF, TOAST THEM UP?”

SO, THAT'S WHAT I'M GONNA DO

NOW.

THEY GET REALLY CRISPY AND

EVERYTHING JUST KIND OF BAKES

TOGETHER.

AND THEY'RE AMAZING, SO EITHER

WAY YOU WANNA DO IT.

IF YOU DON'T WANT TO TURN YOUR

OVEN ON, JUST EAT THEM LIKE

THIS.

BUT, I THINK THIS IS A GREAT WAY

TO MAKE THEM JUST A LITTLE EXTRA

DELICIOUS.

SO PREHEAT YOUR OVEN TO

300 DEGREES.

USE A SHEET PAN.

JUST OPEN THE BAG AND SPREAD

EVERYTHING OUT EVENLY.

POP ‘EM IN THE OVEN FOR ABOUT

10 MINUTES.

AND TAKE ‘EM OUT AND LET THEM

COOL, AND THEN YOU CAN EAT THEM!

SO, OUR RANCH OYSTER SNACKING

CRACKERS ARE OUT OF THE OVEN.

THEIR TOASTED AND GOLDEN AND ALL

OF THE SEASONING JUST KIND OF

BAKED INTO THEM AND THEY'RE

AMAZING.

TOSS ‘EM IN A BOWL AND THESE ARE

GREAT FOR A PARTY OR GET

TOGETHER.

SOCIAL DISTANCED OR OTHERWISE.

I'M GONNA GIVE THEM A TASTE.

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SO CRISPY, AND SALTY, AND

RANCHY.

JUST THE BEST.

HOPE YOU'LL MAKE THESE!

>> WE END WITH MUSIC FROM THE

HEART OF COLUMBUS.

HERE'S MOJOFLO WITH “PERPETUAL

CONDUIT OF POSITIVITY.”

A SINGLE THAT IS BRIMMING WITH

ENERGY AND ENTHUSIASM.

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!!musiC@! DRIVING DOWN THIS !!musiC@!

!!musiC@! WINDING ROAD M

!!musiC@! DROPPED YOUR BAGGAGE M

!!musiC@! AND YOU LIGHTENED YOUR LOAD M

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!!musiC@! YOU THINK YOU GOT IT M

!!musiC@! ALL FIGURED OUT M

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!!musiC@! 'TIL LIFE COMES IN M

!!musiC@! AND TURNS YOU ‘ROUND M

!!musiC@! IT'S FUNNY ‘CAUSE IT M

!!musiC@! FEELS LIKE YOU'VE FALLEN M

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!!musiC@! BUT IT'S CRAZY ‘CAUSE M

!!musiC@! YOU LEARN HOW TO FLY M

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!!musiC@! PERPETUAL CONDUIT M

!!musiC@! OF POSITIVITY M

!!musiC@! AN OPEN INVITATION TO M

!!musiC@! TRY A NEW PHILOSOPHY M

!!musiC@! WE'LL MAKE IT A LOT M

!!musiC@! LONGER AND FARTHER M

!!musiC@! WE TRY TO BE PERPERTUAL M

!!musiC@! CONDUITS OF POSIVITIY M

!!musiC@! BEING SMALL SOMETIMES M

!!musiC@! LIFE GETS HARD M

!!musiC@! BUT WITH PAIN YOU'LL M

!!musiC@! GROW AND IN TIME YOU'LL KNOW M

!!musiC@! EVERYTHING THAT GLITTERS M

!!musiC@! AND GLOWS M

!!musiC@! DON'T SUBSCRIBE TO THE LIES M

!!musiC@! THAT YOU'RE BEING TOLD M

!!musiC@! IT'S FUNNY ‘CAUSE IT FEELS M

!!musiC@! FEELS LIKE YOU'RE FALLEN M

!!musiC@! BUT IT'S CRAZY ‘CAUSE M

!!musiC@! YOU LEARN HOW TO FLY M

!!musiC@! PERPERTUAL CONDUIT M

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