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MidMorning with Aundrea (Part 1) - February 14, 2017

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be sure to tune into the c if if i have some fun writing to you soon and make fun of the media does have both people who do have a sweetie or husband or wife your growth and it's a serious time and it's fine but this is when you come up with you will think that you can do you out with you to celebrate list gets an fun things to do for us my guess that i am not the person about the alignment because no you shouldn't have to ice on affection that the adjustment only get something nice or something that you messiahs of as you know jury that's not in the city is not doing as you do it you activate my significant other really than injuring another really intellect this particular stand at the shop and democrats would let christmas overnight great jukebox reaganite jewelry for somebody who's only been dating a couple of side means that a print. our experience into an appropriate piece of jewelry for that short of a time i will personally i do something that really good idea because on those 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like to do at the session had his views as a miniaturized to dinner is trying to the fancy if you didn't reserve a time that she may need the best date night with religious order me if he must turn on that point that i think. not as they all failed to resolve the 07 rebounds on their weekend you were taken and i thought you said you ordered is and is likely for 90s driving to pick the date night on the something special you but went to even better in the down watchmen just the way life is mostly purely comfortable at the present is the kind of like what you those amendment that after the show a map like either side was something i made up and everything but was a life that will net you confidence to and played as being, and being the person you care about car for singled out there would use a few segment my mind when i be with somebody side does the years in college on a living apartment colleges that pay is included the battle over and discuss the movies of a exactly gourmet and the guys and girls, but that i believe that is hanging out an email of the perfect excuse to the board games i i did that i find and a lot of money in his no pressure the ix at all and let's talk about you about your accident at that time i do) you haven't had a setting like you're being your true to some connections may familiar him now springs up in the weirdest is now little as does whatever you doing tonight enjoy yourself valentine's day to you and he i really come back here a few more ideas for the young person and downtime they act is way for the choice that i video valentine is a day photography and music. contact it to give them with valentine's day defendant and jewel case the iphone has added new life at the front and backconsole may want to give an i owe you for the $300 nintendo switch. available on march third it's a portable console with a screen and detachable wireless controllers. music lovers can enjoy a romantic playlist on the $400 parrot zik 3 wireless headphones. the right earpiece has touch-sensitive controls and the entire unit has a textured leather finish. they also have active noise cancellation and a companion app to adjust settings. recharge the batteries with samsung's fast charge pad. the $60 device uses the qi standard so many android phones and wireless devices like headphones are compatible. in san francisco, i'm lexy savvides, cnet.com for cbs news. when we come back, we do have a love story for you. mid morning will return in a moment. nothing good..or apparently too expensive for your sweetheart. national retail federation projects u.s. consumers will spend 18-point-2 billion dollars on their valentines this year. the n-r-f says over 4-billion of that will be spent on jewelry alone, with another 2- billion on flowers. consumers are also expected to spend on cards, clothes, and an overall nice evening out tonigt. the average consumer will shell out about $136.57 this year. to fill all those orders for bouquet, florists have filled up their shops with colombian flowers. according to the colombian government, the country dispatched more than 500-million flowers to the u- s ahead of valentine's day. until last november colombia exported more than 225- thousand tons of flowers, which amounts to more than 1 million dollars in sales. the flower market in colombia grew 18 percent between 2012 and 2016, since florists have increased their production. a pennsylvania couple will said their "i do's" ov the weekend. but their trip to the alter was 50 years in the making. they were high school sweethearts in the late 1960's. now they're tying the knot after reuniting last october. peggy lee caught up with they walked down the aisle.

'you can shake his hand, give her a hug' laughing this may look like a typical wedding rehearsal here at saint maryús catholic church near hamlin....but the journey this couple has taken to get to the alter spans roughly half a century... alice martin / bride-to-be: "o itús wonderful, really wonderful, i never thought iúd meet up with him again" alice martin and edward christopher dated back in the late 60ús while they both attended the now western wayne high school...but when edward joined the navy...she sent him a 'dear john' letter... both married other people..but both edwardús and aliceús spouses have since passed away... so last fall when edward got some news about alice...he decided to try and get in touch.. after 50 years... edward christopher / groom- to-be: "a friend of mine told m that she was sick, and i was just curious, my wife died so, i just curious to see what she was doing" barbara phillips / alice's sister: 'i think it was in october that he came to my door, knocking on my door, looking her up and she was in a senior living center, she had a few health problems so he called her up, went down there and ever since itús been a go" edward christopher / groom- to-be: "'itús something yo would never think would happen again, something you dream about where after 50 years how getting back together, childhood sweethearts again.

'now weúre getting married so thatús the way it is" and now these childhood sweethearts..both 68 years old... will say their 'i doús' during a wedding ceremony here at 1 pm saturday...with a reception to follow after... alice martin / bride-to-be: "unbelievable, but i went an bought a dress." and for their honeymoon, the christophers will be taking a cruise to alaska before embarking on this next chapter of their lives. our next couple knows a little about how to keep the romance going for better or worse. anthony miller has their advice for a long lasting relationship. jean and jp rorie have been married for 61 years and have known each other since they were five and six years old. after being on leave from the navy in 1955, jp tied the knot with jean in arkansas and moved to california. for them, it was truly love at first sight.

"i don't ever remember no ever loving him. you know, we were so small and just grew up together and our families were good friends and that time too so we spent a lot of time together." "you know we made it togethe and 61 years later, we're happier than probably ever been." the couple has lived in many places together such as california and nevada. they raised a son and a daughter together, but there have been two key components of marriage that has helped them keep the flame going.

"we stay together, we d things together, we play a lot of golf together, we went to church together and we just kept it alive." "we've always put the othe one first. their needs and wishes are more important than our own and if you both do that, you're both going to be fulfilled." and the couple gave some sound advice for young couples who have been struck by cupid.

"if it's broken, fix it. you don' give up just because it's broken you know. we came from the old school where we fix things that were broken so that's the same for marriage." "so if you have one, a littl spat or something, back off in a corner and throw chocolate at her, but don't let her go to bed with her feelings hurt and vice versa." jean and jp have had their ups and downs in their marriage, but at the end of valentine's day, they will be able to call each other their valentines. jean and jp rorie have been married for rs and have we're headed to the kitchen next. mid she has written the book - on cooking. that is literally the name of the textbook. columbus favorite, chef sarah labensky is the former owner of front door and back door, the founding director for culinary arts at the w. her latest adventure takes sarah to korea where she is teaching culinary skills. sarah is home for a few days, along with several students. sarah good to have you here. good to be back here. it feels like home. feels like you was just here last week. i know it does. it absoultely does. you brought mike cho with you one of your students good to have you. welcome to columbus. thank you. so sarah get us caught up on what you been doing. i'm teaching in an english language culinary arts school in south korea. two and a half years there now. mike is one of my students you are going to meet a couple of more students in a few minutes. this is there first trip to the u.s. they've tried a lot of american food. so we thought we would show you and your audience a korean special. so you learned a little bit from them. i learned a lot. i've learned more than i taught. you are going to be here for a total of two weeks. so you spent some time in memphis mike i understand. you were introduce to traditional kind of southern barbeque. yes we went to bue city cafe. i ask you doing the break have you tried barbeque and i think you more than tried barbeque haven't you. you ate a whole lot huh. yeah. has that been your favorite part sort of trying new foods since you been here. yeah. what about learning from sarah how has that been. well she taught us making cousine we done some baking for sarah. well good we are happy to have you here. tell us what you are going to be showing us in this segement. we are talking about kimchi right now. it's kind of pickle kind of vegetable right now just korean food. so is this like an ingrident or like a side dish? it can be an ingrident too. you can put it in mondo which is like a dumpling. make soup or stew with it. it's the first thing we think of as americans korea kinge. you just short of put the two together. it's so much variety to kinge. it's not just nappa cabbage. is it some thing that you can kind of experience with? or is it certain things that it is good for. it's certain ways it's done because it's such a traditional part of the culture. with two types here. this is a fresh one that the students made last night with cucumbers. it's not aged for a long period of time. it's meant to be eaten very quickly. everybody grandmother makes it different. it's like corn bread. everybody grandma has the perfect recipe. you brought chop sticks so show us how we would eat this. this is the whole thing. usually you would chop it up. you usually get a bowl of rice and a bowl of soup. different kinds of side dishes when you are eating. you can see the chili. this is a korean chili powder, which is pretty different flavor than what we get here. is it going to be spicy? yes it's spicy. it's not like hot not at all that hot. i don't do spicy at all so i couldn't deal with it to much. do you like spicy mike? of course. try it for us. alright. you love this right? i made it. of course you love it. you can see the green onions in that chives fish sauce. different flavors for that. alright so were you very familar with cooking. not a bit but when you are surrounding by it three meals a day that's what you learn. i've bet you cooking. not a bit but when you are surrounding by it three meals a day that's what you learn. i've bet you done some experiencementin g with it. alright when we come back we are going to have two more students come on and join us. we'll continue our cooking with our friends. aliright stay with us we will be right back. we're in the kitchen with chef sarah labenski. stay with us. mid morning

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