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- we now return - ♪ only you you know" on nbc. - this segment of "naturally, danny seo," "on the go with catherine mccord" is brought to you by stonyfield organic. - if you want a recipe that uses four basic whole ingredients, this coconut chia pudding is totally for you. one of my secret ingredients for getting even more protein into this dish and a creamy texture is yogurt. i like to add about 1 cup. next, pour in 1 cup of coconut milk. you could also use any milk you love. 1/2 cup of chia seeds, and then i add a natural sweetener-- honey-- about 1 tablespoon or 2. just whisk it all up and then pour 'em into 8-ounce jars.
i'm gonna do one with some mango, to make something that's a little bit more deca,ofchocol. and the last step is to pop them in the fridge for an hour. mmm! super creamy, and those chia seeds have just a little pop in them. the perfect on the go snack. - here's an upcycling project that isn't really time-consuming. at the craft store, you can find these really inexpensive unfinished clocks, and today i'm gonna show you how to transform these into an upcycled custom clock. the kit also comes with the mechanisms you need for a clock. and the frist one i want to do is this. it's a beautiful color-blocked clock. yo theiddle.simple. and then i'll match that on the othid
and we're gonna choose a color fois i think i'll use this mint. one of these foam brushes. and all you have to do is paint it. and then go around the edges. it's a really nice color, and i think with this one, a gray is really beautiful on the other side. so you could wait for this to dry and you could put the tape on the other side, but if you have a steady hand, i'll show you-- i'm gonna get as close as i can to the edge where the two colors meet. just take your brush, and you shimmy up, slow down, and pull back. i did paint one earlier.ock rt, roll the tape over on the sides. i'm gonna add some navy to this. for a darker color, it probably needs about two coats.
it's gonna be a nice, crisp, beautiful line. and look at that. the last fun thing: you need all of the hands. pretty cool, right? we have a really fun color-blocked clock. now, if you don't have any leftover paint, let me show you a hardware adorned clock. now, for this one, i'm using washers. i'll take some of the copper ones. you can layer them. so it could be inside like that. you know, you play around, but i think this looks pretty good. now, to attach all of these, a hot glue gun works beautifully, but you could use a stronger craft glue. i'll show you what happens when i put on our hands for the clock. and look. we've got a beautiful hardware clock. and i want to show you one more idea. if you have an old t-shirt, a work shirt, a beautiful piece of fabric, you can actually use it to create a decoupaged upcycled clock. to make this, you need strips.
at the end of the br and, are you ready for how simple it is to get the perfect clean line? [fabric tearing] and all you have to do is cover the entire outside. i'll start cutting the fabric about right here. and then you kind of want to do like an accordion fashion. now all we have to do is attach the strips. this is the glue. it's a water-based sealer. you can find a gloss finish or a matte finish. but i'm just gonna do the top section. and then for the next strips, go on the wood. attach it on. for this one, find a little spot where the clock needs to come out, and you just snip, and then it all just comes all the way through. what i actually like to do is just do a light coat here and there. 'cause i like the soft touch of a fabric on the clock. run your scissors along the edges. and just like that, we've made an upcycled decoupage clock.
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world headquarters in new york, this is "nbc nightly news" with kate snow. good evening. they are wildfires for california's history books in size and now sadly in the number of lives lost. days after the flames began, more than a dozen bodies were found in cars and houses in northern california this weekend. people unable to escape in time. in total, the california fires have now killed at least 25. 100 others reported missing. more than 190,000 acres have burned. the fires so big the smoke from southern and northern california is visible from space. the strongest wildfire, the so-called camp fire in the north, the most destructive in california's history, home to a town called paradise which has been all but wiped off the map, and that's >> reporter: kate this, community now filled with grim scenes like this, cars gutted by walls of
fire. in some cases they became tombs for residents and as we also know about this town no one is giving up on paradise. tonight at the front line of california's most destructive wildfire an aggressive response. with improved conditions, more than 4,000 firefighters are putting everything into battling the scat stro -- the catastrophic camp fire. paradise is in ruins. scores mission and wholei burned to the ground. >> it was a beautiful place. >> reporter: jim clarkson, a cancer survivor, has lived here for 30 years. >> wow. >> reporter: we were with him when he discovered his home gone. >> you can see over here what it was like. it was gorgeous. just start over, you know. yeah, it's the tough part about living in paradise is, you know, there's fires that come through. >> reporter: nearby at a community meeting will, family members made desperate pleas for missing loved ones, some finding
relief. >> i was hoping maybe she was here. barbara allen, i know a lot of people in paradise know her. she worked at the paradise, the community center, but if anybody has seen her, flyers are all over the place. >> where? >> reporter: tonight some crews are sweeping throughclearing piles debris while others scour ruins for people who may have died. d.j. longbreak came from oregon to rescue animals. >> this is complete devastation. i've seen a lot of things that i wish i didn't have to see. starting, a zion of hope for a community that may be devastated. >> paradise will be a beautiful town again but will never be lost. steve patterson, nbc news, paradise, california. >> reporter: i'm kathy park in bell canyon, california. tonight santa ana winds back with a vengeance giving the woolsey fire more strength and spready flames over southern california. >> how crazy is that?
>> reporter: these two astounded by how far it's happening. >> like in minutes. >> reporter: from the ocean to the valley, the fire continues its path of destruction. >> there was a wall of flames that came through. i just ran in the house and watched from the windows. >> reporter: firefighters putting their own lives on the line, racing through the firestorm to protect homes. attacks from the air and on the ground, fatigued firefighters are working around the clock. how ang in. >> we're tired, but this is what we do. >> reporter: engine 66 in los angeles mobilizing in minutes to knock down flare-ups before moving out. >> we're trying to get control of them so they don't throw any embers and the fire spreads. >> reporter: these spot fires are popping up all over, but it doesn't long for these fire fighters to arrived on the scene. the dynamic and dangerous situation changing lives overnight. shane clark lost his bell canyon home while hosing down his dad's
place. >> he saved my house. >> reporter: but the family is alive. >> it's a boy. >> reporter: and shane managed to keep the one thing that's giving them all hope, ultrasound pictures of his unborn son. >> she's five months pregnant and it's very nice to be able to still have. >> reporter: proof of life and hope during a very dark time. the santa ana winds could gust up to 70 miles per hour the next day, making a very bad situation even worse. kate? park thank you. world leaders including president trump gathered in paris today commemorating the end of waorld war i 100 years ago today. so million citizens in that war. the president also visited an american smell try today where more than is a hundred americans who died in both world wars are buried. still ahead tonight, a game of cat and mouse in the north atlantic. our exclusive access
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stealth russian subs there. >> reporter: for the first time in 30 years, an american carrier has entered the norwegian sea. strategic waters and a new duel with a resurgent russia. rear admiral gene black commands carrier "truman's strike group eight." >> the navy has come back to sea and continues to operate. >> reporter: russia is operating more submarines in places we are suited up and shuttled to a nearby guided missile destroyer. exe aess three days and nights aboard the "uss foremost sherman." for the captain and crew, sub hunters. senior naval officer stress the u.s. is now engaged in the fourth battle of the atlantic following world war i, world war ii and the cold war. down this ladder near the ship's bow are the eyes and ears of the destroyer. it's here in the sonar room where a sub is detected and the hunt begins.
inside we are allowed to film a secret world. teams girding for high-stakes acoustics. bat >> russia has a lot more submarines with a lot more stealthier capabilities. >> reporter: how silent can they get? >> they can be very quiet and go for long periods of time without us being abl them. wendland eats job. >> i personally like to think of them as snakes, not necessarily in a bad way because not all snakes are poisonous. >> reporter: but some are? >> some are. >> reporter: listening for russian subs from sonar buoys dropped from choppers. on the bridge, captain ryan o'lackland points to the recent russian sub buildup as a reason for the united states and its nato allies to be here. is there a submarine there? maybe, maybe not, but it definitely makes you cautious. it's a very potent weapon. >> reporter: shipping is not the only concern. more than 90% of digital information
travels along undersea cables. locked and loaded in these frigid waters thousands of miles from home. >> it is that game of chess. there's a challenge to it. it's a skill, and it takes practice >> reporter: a game with dire implications as the navy anticipates its undersea rivals' next move. kevin tibbles, nbc news in the north atlantic. >> we're back in a atlantic. >> we're back in a moment to touch shows how we really feel. but does psoriasis ever get in the way? embrace the chance of 100% clear skin with taltz, the first and only treatment of its kind offering people with moderate to severe psoriasis with taltz, up to 90% of people quickly saw before starting, you should be checked for tuberculosi taltz may increase risk of infections and lower your ability to fight them. tell your doctor if you have an infection, symptoms, or received a vaccine or plan to.
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more lives would have been lost had it not been for major advances in medicine at the time. some of those innovations took place in paris at the american hospital there. a report now on the vital role that it played. >> reporter: the war that was supposed to end all wars was unprecedented in its scale and devastationter the f. but the americans living in paris didn't wait tothe american hospital of paris became the heartch this effort. >> the people who wanted to contribute, and there were thousands of them, came to the american hospital to act as ambulance drivers and work as doctors and nurses. >> reporter: build to serve the ex-pat community, it opened its doors to wounded soldiers. 24 beds wasn't enough to deal with the growing emergency so they grew this school in the state of the art military hospital. among the volunteers was dr. mary crawford,
a 30-year-old surgeon no women doctors, they said, but the american war i was the great to look afte to help because world humanitarian crisis of the era, and it was a great advre >> change her as she described in letters to her fiance. >> and can i never look upon life the same again and an experience like this goes to the soul. >> reporter: advances in weaponry led to devastating carnage. >> wounds were ghastly with almost unbelievable disfigurement. >> reporter: forcing medicine to respond and evolve. at hospitals like the american doctors developed safer anesthesia, facial surgery and anesthetics to prevent infections, but first the wounded would have to get there. the hospital began using automobiles to transport the injured, a pre-cursor to the modern ambulance. >> this is one of the ford model-t ambulances. they were driven by american volunteers, many of them college
students works risked their lives on the that a war so intense could last so long. nobody was prepared for the consequences. >> reporter: nearly 20 million perishedut amidstheea hope. the birth of medical advances that continue to save lives today. lucy kafanov, nbc news, paris. >> incredible to remember. that is "nbc nightly news" for this veterans day. we take all of you who have served our countries as well as families who sacrificed for you. as we end our program tonight, one of those families is grieving in north ogden, utah, where the town's mayor is being returned home tonight, a soldier and father of seven brent taylor was killed in a plicinut m from now. i'm kat snow. for all of us here at nbc news, never forget.
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