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Saturday, January 21
Jan 21 12:00am Ellie's Real Good Food
Herbivore VS Carnivore (26 min)

He's a meat eater. She's a vegetarian. Their kitchen has become a battleground. Can this marriage be saved? It's Ellie to the rescue with flexible recipes that will bring them together. Recipes: Warm Spinach Salad w grilled sirloin; Panzanella with White Beans with chicken sausage; Forbidden Rice Bowl; Grilled veggies & lamb kabobs served with 3 Ingredient Recipe - Tahini Sauce.

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Jan 21, 12:30am Pati's Mexican Table
Sunday Family Food (26 min)

Sunday in Merida is a day not to miss. It is a joyous weekly celebration of food, dancing, and culture. Pati starts her day like most Meridians, at the market. After touring around and tasting the best lechon torta (slow cooked pork sandwich) in town, she takes in the sights of the Vaqueria dance in the main square. Merida en Domingo is incomplete without a family meal. Luckily, friend and chef Robert Solis of Nectar restaurant in Merida, invites Pati into his home for a traditional Sunday meal with the whole family.

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Jan 21, 1:00am This Old House
Arlington Arts & Crafts | Shedding the Old Look (26 min)

A new shed is built on site in one day. Copper is installed on the front porch and the windows trimmed with a PVC product. Richard looks at the new boiler being installed and then checks out an energy-efficient home built by This Old House Magazine.

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Jan 21, 1:30am Globe Trekker
Globe Trekker
Art Trails of the French Riviera (56 min)

Kate Comer searches out the refuges and favorite playgrounds of great artists like Cezanne, Renoir, Picasso and Chagall along the extraordinary art trail of the French Riviera. Exploring the towns of Arles, Aix, Cagnes-sur-Mer, Antibes, Vence, Biot and Nice, Kate takes in the sun and peerless blue skies, the rugged mountains and sublime coastline that attracted these iconoclasts to the Riviera.

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Jan 21, 2:30am Lidia's Kitchen
Brodetto (26 min)

Brodetto is a savory, soup fish preparation that can be found up and down the coast of Italy. Lidia makes her rrodetto with onion, scallion, clams and mussels and lots of parsley and pepperoncino. Lidia's walnut cake is delicate and nutty with just enough espresso to make it truly Italian.

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Jan 21, 3:00am Simply Ming
Dumplings - All The World Loves A Dumpling (26 min)

CANDICE KUMAI/ Matcha Tea & Gyoza. On this episode of Simply Ming, Ming serves something that brings families together, the dumpling. Between making the filling and shaping the pot stickers, there's something for everyone to do in the kitchen and it's a fun activity that can unite a household. Ming makes his Ginger Pork Dumplings with Dim Sum Dipper and Candice Kumai drops in to show off her Japanese and Polish roots with her own gyoza. She also makes a tasty and nutritious matcha tea smoothie, not to be missed.

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Jan 21, 3:30am Frank Clarke Simply Painting Around The World: China
The Emperor's Temple (26 min)

In this episode, Frank visits the temple of Emperor Yao and the location of the beginning of Chinese civilization.

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Jan 21, 4:00am Burt Wolf: Travels & Traditions
Taipei (27 min)

Guided by Taiwan's most famous television cook (the Emeril of the Orient), Burt tours the city's night market. We visit the traditional shops, and an extraordinary weekend jewelry market. We learn how practicing the martial arts can help keep your body young and how the ancient art of Chinese Medicine works. We are introduced to the world's most famous Chinese dance group and a television network devoted to Kung Fu puppets. We also get a riverside seat for the annual dragon boat races.

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Jan 21, 4:30am Kitchen Wisdom of Cecilia Chiang
Mother Knows Best (27 min)

"In most families in China, father was the boss" Cecilia tells viewers, "but in our family my mother was the boss." Cecilia's mother was very short and plump, loved to eat and was a very good cook. But with 12 children and a husband to feed, she left the cooking to her two chefs who turned out different elaborate lunches and dinners each day-food that can no longer be found, even in China. At the table the mother would go into detail about each dish. Cecilia called upon this knowledge when she opened the first Mandarin restaurant. In this episode, Cecilia cooks with Gary Danko who also learned about food from his mom. In the kitchens of Restaurant Gary Danko, where reservations are coveted like winning lottery tickets, Cecilia and Gary recreate the Mandarin's crispy Szechuan duck and then Gary shows Cecilia his lemon pepper duck breast with confit duck hash.

YES
Jan 21, 5:00am Cook's Country
Cook's Country
Chinese Comes Home (26 min)

Test cook Bridget Lancaster revives a classic recipe for chicken chow mein. Then, equipment expert Adam Ried reveals his top picks for slow cookers. Finally, test cook Julia Collin Davison shows host Christopher Kimball how to make the ultimate slow-cooker Chinese barbecued pork.

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Jan 21, 5:30am Smart Travels - Pacific Rim With Rudy Maxa
Shanghai (26 min)

China's new powerhouse, Shanghai dazzles with fantastic skyscrapers, non-stop shopping and delicious dining. From traditional Tai Chi in the parks and teahouses to market madness and tumbling acrobats, Rudy explores tradition and modernity in this burgeoning city. Excursions to the gardens of Suzhou and the canal town Zhouzhuang bring the ancient past alive. Tips on getting around and eating well.

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Jan 21, 6:00am Lucky Chow
Chinatown, Reimagined (27 min)

Track the evolution of Chinese food in America through the lens of two third-generation Chinese-American restaurateurs. Wilson Tang preserves the legacy of his family's dim sum parlor (America's oldest) while opening a fine-dining Chinese restaurant on Chinatown's expanding Lower East Side. Ed Schoenfeld, a self-proclaimed Chinese food expert and owner of one of the most critically acclaimed Chinese restaurants in New York, provides a tutorial on Peking duck preparation. The episode concludes at Hakkasan, a global Chinese brand that includes nightclubs and restaurants from Beverly Hills to Dubai to Shanghai.

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Jan 21, 6:30am Burt Wolf: Travels & Traditions
Taiwan (26 min)

The island of Taiwan just off the coast of mainland China has held on to most of the ancient principles of Chinese culture while incorporating the most modern aspects of western society. We visit the most important temples, find out how the gods direct your future behavior, and discover the secrets of getting the best flavor when you make a cup of tea. We also find out what's cooking.

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Jan 21, 7:00am America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated
Ultimate Chinese (26 min)

Test cook Bridget Lancaster shows host Christopher Kimball how to make the ultimate mu shu pork at home. Then, equipment expert Adam Ried reviews rice cookers in the Equipment Corner. Finally, test cook Julia Collin Davison uncovers the secrets to making the best crispy orange beef.

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Jan 21, 7:30am Simply Ming
Shrimp & Garlic: Compass-Wide Comfort Combo (26 min)

MATT GOULDING/Gambas Al Ajilla. On this episode of Simply Ming, we explore a comfort food from the sea: shrimp. Shrimp absorbs flavors beautifully and there are many flavors that compliment it but garlic is one of the best. Ming prepares Sauteed Shrimp with Garlic Black Pepper Sauce over rice. Chef and author Matt Goulding then adds some Spanish flair to the kitchen with his Gambas al Ajillo, his Spanish wife's favorite comfort food. Delicioso y perfeccion.

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Jan 21, 8:00am Globe Trekker
Globe Trekker
Food Hour: Southern China (57 min)

Celebrated New Zealand chef Peter Gordon discovers the roots of Cantonese cuisine. Peter's journey takes him north to Lianzhou, the mountain home of the Yao tribe, where he cooks succulent spiced pork. Next he walks the rice fields of the Pearl River Delta, meets traditional medical doctors in Foshan, cooks up a strength-giving feast for dragon boat racing crews in Guangzhou, shops in the fabled market of Qingping, samples street fare in Chaozhou, visits the tea mountains near An'xi, stops in the glittering city of Xiamen and ends his journey in Daya Bay for simple soul food.

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Jan 21, 9:00am Pati's Mexican Table
Jose Andres Takes Over (26 min)

Pati invites her good friend and celebrity chef, Jose Andres over to cook with her in her kitchen. They'll join forces in her kitchen to cook a series of Spanish-influenced recipes that would be a hit on any family dinner table.

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Jan 21, 9:30am Simply Ming
Mom & Dad 1 (26 min)

What's better than one Chef Tsai? How about three! This week, Ming's mom and dad stop by to show who knows best when it comes to home cooking. With two delicious comfort food recipes to choose from, it's a Simply Ming to remember.

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Jan 21, 10:00am Hubert Keller: Secrets of a Chef
 Hubert Keller: Secrets of a Chef
Seafood Extravaganza (25 min)

Chef Keller demystifies the secrets of cooking octopus to get tender, delicious results. Then it's healthy all around with poached salt cod and an egg-free mayonnaise made with oysters. Grilled Octopus in Oregano Vinaigrette with Orecchiette Pasta and Nudja, Poached Salt Cod with Oyster Mayonnaise and Roasted Cauliflower & Instant Raspberry Sorbet.

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Jan 21, 10:30am Lidia's Kitchen
Savory Baking (26 min)

In this episode, the oven is on for the fish dish, the vegetable dish and for the chicken drumsticks! Lidia creates three great main course ideas that are just right for days when you want to do everything in one dish and put it in the oven until it's ready to serve. She makes a baked fennel with tomatoes and oozing cheese. She then creates a rollatini of sole with flavored breadcrumbs baked in a light and delicate sauce of fresh herbs, lemon and white wine. Her simple and flavorful chicken drumsticks are made with peppers, onions and paprika.

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Jan 21, 11:00am Cook's Country
Cook's Country
Biting Into The Big Easy (26 min)

Test cook Bridget Lancaster reveals the secrets to making the ultimate pork grillades. Then, tasting expert Jack Bishop challenges host Christopher Kimball to a tasting of Creole seasoning. Next, equipment expert Adam Ried reveals his top picks for slicing knives. And finally, test cook Julia Collin Davison shows Chris how to make a regional favorite, New Orleans muffulettas.

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Jan 21, 11:30am Ellie's Real Good Food
Sweet Tooth Satisfiers (26 min)

Does sugar have you in its thrall? Ellie helps one family tackle their sugar quandary so they can continue to do the baking they love in a healthier way without sacrificing flavor. Recipes: Crispy French toast fingers with blueberry maple sauce; Banana bread with chocolate drizzle; Coconut date balls. 3 Ingredient Recipe: Cherry chocolate haystacks.

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Jan 21, 12:00pm Pati's Mexican Table
Jose Andres Takes Over (26 min)

Pati invites her good friend and celebrity chef, Jose Andres over to cook with her in her kitchen. They'll join forces in her kitchen to cook a series of Spanish-influenced recipes that would be a hit on any family dinner table.

NO
Jan 21, 12:30pm This Old House
Arlington Arts & Crafts | Shedding the Old Look (26 min)

A new shed is built on site in one day. Copper is installed on the front porch and the windows trimmed with a PVC product. Richard looks at the new boiler being installed and then checks out an energy-efficient home built by This Old House Magazine.

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Online episodes available
Jan 21, 1:00pm Globe Trekker
Globe Trekker
Paris City Guide (56 min)

Justine Shapiro and Adela Ucar travel to the City of Light. Justine strolls through the Luxembourg Gardens, discovers eclectic artwork and uncovers culinary secrets at the Cordon Bleu. Adela wanders through the Musee d'Orsay, visits a gay boulangerie in the Marais, and chats with British designer Vivienne Westwood at the couture shows. Touring the Palace of Versailles, she learns about Marie Antoinette and back in Paris, she follows the controversial queen's path to the guillotine. Adela's trip is complete with a glimpse of the Mona Lisa, a ride up the Eiffel Tower and a visit to the Moulin Rouge.

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Jan 21, 2:00pm Lidia's Kitchen
Savory Baking (26 min)

In this episode, the oven is on for the fish dish, the vegetable dish and for the chicken drumsticks! Lidia creates three great main course ideas that are just right for days when you want to do everything in one dish and put it in the oven until it's ready to serve. She makes a baked fennel with tomatoes and oozing cheese. She then creates a rollatini of sole with flavored breadcrumbs baked in a light and delicate sauce of fresh herbs, lemon and white wine. Her simple and flavorful chicken drumsticks are made with peppers, onions and paprika.

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Jan 21, 2:30pm Cook's Country
Cook's Country
Biting Into The Big Easy (26 min)

Test cook Bridget Lancaster reveals the secrets to making the ultimate pork grillades. Then, tasting expert Jack Bishop challenges host Christopher Kimball to a tasting of Creole seasoning. Next, equipment expert Adam Ried reveals his top picks for slicing knives. And finally, test cook Julia Collin Davison shows Chris how to make a regional favorite, New Orleans muffulettas.

NO
Jan 21, 3:00pm Simply Ming
Dumplings - All The World Loves A Dumpling (26 min)

CANDICE KUMAI/ Matcha Tea & Gyoza. On this episode of Simply Ming, Ming serves something that brings families together, the dumpling. Between making the filling and shaping the pot stickers, there's something for everyone to do in the kitchen and it's a fun activity that can unite a household. Ming makes his Ginger Pork Dumplings with Dim Sum Dipper and Candice Kumai drops in to show off her Japanese and Polish roots with her own gyoza. She also makes a tasty and nutritious matcha tea smoothie, not to be missed.

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Jan 21, 3:30pm Frank Clarke Simply Painting Around The World: China
The Emperor's Temple (26 min)

In this episode, Frank visits the temple of Emperor Yao and the location of the beginning of Chinese civilization.

NO
Sunday, January 22
Jan 21, 4:00pm Burt Wolf: Travels & Traditions
Taipei (27 min)

Guided by Taiwan's most famous television cook (the Emeril of the Orient), Burt tours the city's night market. We visit the traditional shops, and an extraordinary weekend jewelry market. We learn how practicing the martial arts can help keep your body young and how the ancient art of Chinese Medicine works. We are introduced to the world's most famous Chinese dance group and a television network devoted to Kung Fu puppets. We also get a riverside seat for the annual dragon boat races.

NO
Jan 21, 4:30pm Kitchen Wisdom of Cecilia Chiang
Mother Knows Best (27 min)

"In most families in China, father was the boss" Cecilia tells viewers, "but in our family my mother was the boss." Cecilia's mother was very short and plump, loved to eat and was a very good cook. But with 12 children and a husband to feed, she left the cooking to her two chefs who turned out different elaborate lunches and dinners each day-food that can no longer be found, even in China. At the table the mother would go into detail about each dish. Cecilia called upon this knowledge when she opened the first Mandarin restaurant. In this episode, Cecilia cooks with Gary Danko who also learned about food from his mom. In the kitchens of Restaurant Gary Danko, where reservations are coveted like winning lottery tickets, Cecilia and Gary recreate the Mandarin's crispy Szechuan duck and then Gary shows Cecilia his lemon pepper duck breast with confit duck hash.

YES
Jan 21, 5:00pm Cook's Country
Cook's Country
Chinese Comes Home (26 min)

Test cook Bridget Lancaster revives a classic recipe for chicken chow mein. Then, equipment expert Adam Ried reveals his top picks for slow cookers. Finally, test cook Julia Collin Davison shows host Christopher Kimball how to make the ultimate slow-cooker Chinese barbecued pork.

NO
Jan 21, 5:30pm Smart Travels - Pacific Rim With Rudy Maxa
Shanghai (26 min)

China's new powerhouse, Shanghai dazzles with fantastic skyscrapers, non-stop shopping and delicious dining. From traditional Tai Chi in the parks and teahouses to market madness and tumbling acrobats, Rudy explores tradition and modernity in this burgeoning city. Excursions to the gardens of Suzhou and the canal town Zhouzhuang bring the ancient past alive. Tips on getting around and eating well.

NO
Jan 21, 6:00pm Lucky Chow
Chinatown, Reimagined (27 min)

Track the evolution of Chinese food in America through the lens of two third-generation Chinese-American restaurateurs. Wilson Tang preserves the legacy of his family's dim sum parlor (America's oldest) while opening a fine-dining Chinese restaurant on Chinatown's expanding Lower East Side. Ed Schoenfeld, a self-proclaimed Chinese food expert and owner of one of the most critically acclaimed Chinese restaurants in New York, provides a tutorial on Peking duck preparation. The episode concludes at Hakkasan, a global Chinese brand that includes nightclubs and restaurants from Beverly Hills to Dubai to Shanghai.

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Jan 21, 6:30pm Burt Wolf: Travels & Traditions
Taiwan (26 min)

The island of Taiwan just off the coast of mainland China has held on to most of the ancient principles of Chinese culture while incorporating the most modern aspects of western society. We visit the most important temples, find out how the gods direct your future behavior, and discover the secrets of getting the best flavor when you make a cup of tea. We also find out what's cooking.

NO
Jan 21, 7:00pm America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated
Ultimate Chinese (26 min)

Test cook Bridget Lancaster shows host Christopher Kimball how to make the ultimate mu shu pork at home. Then, equipment expert Adam Ried reviews rice cookers in the Equipment Corner. Finally, test cook Julia Collin Davison uncovers the secrets to making the best crispy orange beef.

NO
Jan 21, 7:30pm Simply Ming
Shrimp & Garlic: Compass-Wide Comfort Combo (26 min)

MATT GOULDING/Gambas Al Ajilla. On this episode of Simply Ming, we explore a comfort food from the sea: shrimp. Shrimp absorbs flavors beautifully and there are many flavors that compliment it but garlic is one of the best. Ming prepares Sauteed Shrimp with Garlic Black Pepper Sauce over rice. Chef and author Matt Goulding then adds some Spanish flair to the kitchen with his Gambas al Ajillo, his Spanish wife's favorite comfort food. Delicioso y perfeccion.

NO
Jan 21, 8:00pm Globe Trekker
Globe Trekker
Food Hour: Southern China (57 min)

Celebrated New Zealand chef Peter Gordon discovers the roots of Cantonese cuisine. Peter's journey takes him north to Lianzhou, the mountain home of the Yao tribe, where he cooks succulent spiced pork. Next he walks the rice fields of the Pearl River Delta, meets traditional medical doctors in Foshan, cooks up a strength-giving feast for dragon boat racing crews in Guangzhou, shops in the fabled market of Qingping, samples street fare in Chaozhou, visits the tea mountains near An'xi, stops in the glittering city of Xiamen and ends his journey in Daya Bay for simple soul food.

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Jan 21, 9:00pm America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated
Saucing Up Chicken and Roasting Mushrooms (26 min)

Test cook Bryan Roof shows host Christopher Kimball how to make the best quick sauces for sauteed chicken. Then, equipment expert Adam Ried reviews serrated paring knives in the Equipment Corner. Next, gadget guru Lisa McManus reviews her favorite kitchen gadgets. Then, Chris answers cooking questions in Letters to the Editor and shares a quick tip about the best way to cook bacon. Finally, test cook Julia Collin Davison uncovers the secrets to the ultimate roasted mushrooms with parmesan and pine nuts.

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Jan 21, 9:30pm Simply Ming
Mom & Dad 1 (26 min)

What's better than one Chef Tsai? How about three! This week, Ming's mom and dad stop by to show who knows best when it comes to home cooking. With two delicious comfort food recipes to choose from, it's a Simply Ming to remember.

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Jan 21, 10:00pm Lucky Chow
Filipino Entrepreneurs (27 min)

Filipinos comprise the second-largest Asian-American population nationwide, yet their cuisine is relatively unknown. PJ Quesada, founder of the Filipino Food Movement, explains Filipino cuisine while feasting at his friend Tim Luym's global-Filipino restaurant in San Mateo, Calif. Meet restaurateur Nicole Ponseca, who left her life as a advertising executive in New York to give voice to her culture through food. And finally, the two friends behind Bling Bling Dumplings manufacture thousands of dumplings - from scratch, at home - to serve at Coachella and other festivals.

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Jan 21, 10:30pm Get Ready to Rio! with Chef Hubert Keller
Rio Fusion: French & Brazilian (27 min)

Every time Chef Keller goes to Rio, he visits his good friend, French-born Claude Troisgros, who is culinary royalty in Rio. They have lunch at his CT Boucherie restaurant, a Brazilian steakhouse or "churrascaria" considered to have some of the best meat in Rio. Claude takes Hubert to meet his friend Katia Barbosa for some of the best Brazilian home cooking in Rio. At her famous Aconchego Carioca restaurant, Chef Keller is dazzled by her signature dishes, including the Bolinhos Feijoada and Shrimp in Coconut. His next food stop is to TT Burger, reputed to have the best burger in Rio. While it looks American on the surface, the burger is Brazilian from the pickle to the bun. The final destination is to what may be the most romantic and beautiful restaurant in Rio: Aprazivel.

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Jan 21, 11:00pm Lidia's Kitchen
Savory Baking (26 min)

In this episode, the oven is on for the fish dish, the vegetable dish and for the chicken drumsticks! Lidia creates three great main course ideas that are just right for days when you want to do everything in one dish and put it in the oven until it's ready to serve. She makes a baked fennel with tomatoes and oozing cheese. She then creates a rollatini of sole with flavored breadcrumbs baked in a light and delicate sauce of fresh herbs, lemon and white wine. Her simple and flavorful chicken drumsticks are made with peppers, onions and paprika.

NO
Jan 21, 11:30pm America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated
Saucing Up Chicken and Roasting Mushrooms (26 min)

Test cook Bryan Roof shows host Christopher Kimball how to make the best quick sauces for sauteed chicken. Then, equipment expert Adam Ried reviews serrated paring knives in the Equipment Corner. Next, gadget guru Lisa McManus reviews her favorite kitchen gadgets. Then, Chris answers cooking questions in Letters to the Editor and shares a quick tip about the best way to cook bacon. Finally, test cook Julia Collin Davison uncovers the secrets to the ultimate roasted mushrooms with parmesan and pine nuts.

NO
Jan 22 12:00am Ellie's Real Good Food
Sweet Tooth Satisfiers (26 min)

Does sugar have you in its thrall? Ellie helps one family tackle their sugar quandary so they can continue to do the baking they love in a healthier way without sacrificing flavor. Recipes: Crispy French toast fingers with blueberry maple sauce; Banana bread with chocolate drizzle; Coconut date balls. 3 Ingredient Recipe: Cherry chocolate haystacks.

NO
Jan 22, 12:30am Pati's Mexican Table
Jose Andres Takes Over (26 min)

Pati invites her good friend and celebrity chef, Jose Andres over to cook with her in her kitchen. They'll join forces in her kitchen to cook a series of Spanish-influenced recipes that would be a hit on any family dinner table.

NO
Jan 22, 1:00am This Old House
Arlington Arts & Crafts | Shedding the Old Look (26 min)

A new shed is built on site in one day. Copper is installed on the front porch and the windows trimmed with a PVC product. Richard looks at the new boiler being installed and then checks out an energy-efficient home built by This Old House Magazine.

NO
Online episodes available
Jan 22, 1:30am Globe Trekker
Globe Trekker
Paris City Guide (56 min)

Justine Shapiro and Adela Ucar travel to the City of Light. Justine strolls through the Luxembourg Gardens, discovers eclectic artwork and uncovers culinary secrets at the Cordon Bleu. Adela wanders through the Musee d'Orsay, visits a gay boulangerie in the Marais, and chats with British designer Vivienne Westwood at the couture shows. Touring the Palace of Versailles, she learns about Marie Antoinette and back in Paris, she follows the controversial queen's path to the guillotine. Adela's trip is complete with a glimpse of the Mona Lisa, a ride up the Eiffel Tower and a visit to the Moulin Rouge.

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Jan 22, 2:30am Lidia's Kitchen
Savory Baking (26 min)

In this episode, the oven is on for the fish dish, the vegetable dish and for the chicken drumsticks! Lidia creates three great main course ideas that are just right for days when you want to do everything in one dish and put it in the oven until it's ready to serve. She makes a baked fennel with tomatoes and oozing cheese. She then creates a rollatini of sole with flavored breadcrumbs baked in a light and delicate sauce of fresh herbs, lemon and white wine. Her simple and flavorful chicken drumsticks are made with peppers, onions and paprika.

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Jan 22, 3:00am Knit and Crochet NOW!
Unique Accessories (26 min)

Deborah Norville is working with Rohn Strong this week on a couple of very unique projects. First up is the Linetta Hat using Tunisian crochet and then Rohn shows how to use a knitting loom to make the Les Bouquets Shawl. Ellen is over in the stitch corner and will show how to crochet the Crocodile Stitch.

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Jan 22, 3:30am Grand View
 Grand View
Redwood National Park (26 min)

In this episode, Baumann's journey takes his audience to some of the tallest trees on Earth. These old growth redwood stands are some of the last remaining timber that was saved from the lumber industry. These magnificent trees live to be 2000 years old and grow to be over 300 feet tall; Baumann's journey takes him to the base of these mythical giants. Interviews include park biologist, Ray Murray and superintendent, Bill Pierce. Native American yet to be announced. Baumann concludes this episode by painting a grove of redwoods that follow the Little Bald Hills to the Pacific.

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Jan 22, 4:00am Annabel Langbein: The Free Range Cook
Annabel Langbein: The Free Range Cook
A Taste of Asia (25 min)

In sunny Nelson at the top of New Zealand's South Island, Annabel Langbein goes foraging and harvests mushrooms to use in a quick and easy teriyaki fish and mushroom bake. She also shares her recipe for a super-simple lemon and ginger ice cream served with crunchy ginger biscotti. Recipes from this episode: pan-fried mushrooms with pine nuts, lahmacun flatbread, salted edamame, teriyaki sauce, teriyaki fish and mushroom bake, Japanese-style rice, gingered bok choy, lemon and ginger ice cream, ginger biscotti, fresh flower tea.

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Jan 22, 4:30am Ciao Italia
Ciao Italia
Beans and Lentils - Fagioli E Lenticchie (26 min)

Mary Ann travels to Lizori, a remote town in the Umbrian hills, to cook with Chef Danielle Bottoni who learned the art of cooking from her mother and it shows! Her grain-inspired pasta and lentil dishes inspire Mary Ann to go nella cucina and continue the tradition with Chickpea and Farro Salad, plus a hearty Farro Soup.

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Jan 22, 5:00am Healthful Indian Flavors With Alamelu
Healthful Indian Flavors with Alamelu
(28 min)

Alamelu proves that "healthy can be delicious" as she makes salmon tikka kebabs, seasoned apple relish, vegetable quinoa, and bell peppers in lentil sauce. All of these recipes are gluten-free.

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Jan 22, 5:30am Moveable Feast with Fine Cooking
Marvimon (26 min)

On this episode of Moveable Feast with Fine Cooking, Pete Evans explores the City of Angels where he throws a Mexican inspired feast with the help of chefs and television personalities Jeffrey Saad and Brooke Williamson. No Mexican feast would be complete without some fresh corn tortillas. Pete and his amigos head to North Gate Markets where Molses Gonzalez and his family have been making tortillas the same way for years. To add a bit of an edge to the meal, the group stops by Groundwork Coffee for a needed afternoon boost but also another ingredient for the menu. Tonight the 15 or so glamorous LA invitees will dine like movie moguls on a menu that includes Chorizo and Lobster Queso Fundido, Ceviche with Bay Scallops and Jicama, Carnittas with Rice and Beans, Coffee Kahlua Trifle with candied peanuts and a delectable cocktail called "The Ruby Cigar." Hooray for Hollywood!

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Jan 22, 6:00am DayTripper
(26 min)
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Jan 22, 6:30am Journeys In Japan
Okayama: The Profound Spirit of the Rocks (28 min)

Takahashi City in Okayama Prefecture is a popular destination for sports climbers. Rock climbing courses were first set up here in the late 1980s, and the area is now known by the name Bichu. TV producer Christian Storms is an avid sports climber. On this edition of Journeys in Japan, he scales one of the rock walls of Bichu, visits an island that has a long history of producing high quality granite, and inspects an existing quarry. Christian meets a traditional craftsman who uses the local slate to carve calligraphy inkstones by hand, and discovers the profound connection that people there have long felt for their rocks.

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Jan 22, 7:00am Ask This Old House
Bluestone, Mead, Wire Splices (26 min)

Out with the flagstone and in with the bluestone - Roger changes a dilapidated entrance into a welcoming walkway. Scott explains how to make wire connections. And feeling the need for mead, Kevin gets a lesson on creating the centuries-old elixir.

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Online episodes available
Jan 22, 7:30am American Woodshop
Shaker Style Secretary (26 min)

Chest of drawers - base features beautiful dovetails.

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Online episodes available
Jan 22, 8:00am Garden SMART
Garden SMART
(26 min)

Fantastic homes, with equally fantastic gardens make for a gardeners paradise. GardenSMART visits with some great gardeners who show us how they made their yards and gardens "special." Join us as we GardenSMART with some exceptional gardeners.

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Jan 22, 8:30am For Your Home
For Your Home
Decorative Touches (26 min)

It's the details that make the house. You can transform any simple little house into a grand treasure with the right details. Vicki selects crown moldings, cove ceilings, judges' paneling, hardwood flooring, marble and beautiful bathroom fixtures to turn her little ranch home into an elegant mini-estate. It's easy to transform a room with some wood and a carpenter. Get your ideas from today's show.

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Jan 22, 9:00am Simply Ming
Dumplings - All The World Loves A Dumpling (26 min)

CANDICE KUMAI/ Matcha Tea & Gyoza. On this episode of Simply Ming, Ming serves something that brings families together, the dumpling. Between making the filling and shaping the pot stickers, there's something for everyone to do in the kitchen and it's a fun activity that can unite a household. Ming makes his Ginger Pork Dumplings with Dim Sum Dipper and Candice Kumai drops in to show off her Japanese and Polish roots with her own gyoza. She also makes a tasty and nutritious matcha tea smoothie, not to be missed.

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Jan 22, 9:30am Frank Clarke Simply Painting Around The World: China
The Emperor's Temple (26 min)

In this episode, Frank visits the temple of Emperor Yao and the location of the beginning of Chinese civilization.

NO
Jan 22, 10:00am Burt Wolf: Travels & Traditions
Taipei (27 min)

Guided by Taiwan's most famous television cook (the Emeril of the Orient), Burt tours the city's night market. We visit the traditional shops, and an extraordinary weekend jewelry market. We learn how practicing the martial arts can help keep your body young and how the ancient art of Chinese Medicine works. We are introduced to the world's most famous Chinese dance group and a television network devoted to Kung Fu puppets. We also get a riverside seat for the annual dragon boat races.

NO
Jan 22, 10:30am Kitchen Wisdom of Cecilia Chiang
Mother Knows Best (27 min)

"In most families in China, father was the boss" Cecilia tells viewers, "but in our family my mother was the boss." Cecilia's mother was very short and plump, loved to eat and was a very good cook. But with 12 children and a husband to feed, she left the cooking to her two chefs who turned out different elaborate lunches and dinners each day-food that can no longer be found, even in China. At the table the mother would go into detail about each dish. Cecilia called upon this knowledge when she opened the first Mandarin restaurant. In this episode, Cecilia cooks with Gary Danko who also learned about food from his mom. In the kitchens of Restaurant Gary Danko, where reservations are coveted like winning lottery tickets, Cecilia and Gary recreate the Mandarin's crispy Szechuan duck and then Gary shows Cecilia his lemon pepper duck breast with confit duck hash.

YES
Jan 22, 11:00am BrainFit: 50 Ways to Grow Your Brain with Daniel Amen, MD and Tana Amen, RN
(1 hour 54 min)

In this program, award winning psychiatrist, brain-imaging expert and 10-time New York Times bestselling author Dr. Daniel Amen and his wife Tana Amen, also a New York Times bestselling author and nurse, will give you 50 ways to grow your brain and their best secrets to ignite your energy and focus at any age.

NO
Jan 22, 1:00pm Suze Orman's Financial Solutions for You
(1 hour 57 min)
NO
Jan 22, 3:00pm Rick Steves' Europe Travel Skills
(1 hour 56 min)

RICK STEVES' EUROPE TRAVEL SKILLS distills Rick Steves' 30 years of travel experience into an information-rich two-hour special. Rick dispenses practical advice on enjoying a fun, affordable and culturally broadening trip to Europe. Shot on his favorite 3,000-mile "Best of Europe" loop - Amsterdam, Germany's Rhineland, Venice, Siena, the Italian Riviera, the Swiss Alps, Paris and London - Rick shares the essential skills of smart travel. He covers planning an itinerary, hurdling the language barrier, driving rental cars and catching trains, avoiding scams, eating well, sleeping smart, staying safe and revealing everything viewers need to know to turn their travel dreams into reality. Between breaks, Rick and his co-host share insights into the latest developments in European travel and deliver an inspirational, mission-oriented pitch about the value of public television. This program features content taken from Rick Steves' Europe(#711, 712, 713).

NO
Monday, January 23
Jan 22, 5:00pm Martha Stewart's Cooking School
Rice (26 min)

One of the most popular starches, rice can be transformed from plain to extraordinary in a variety of ways. Martha shows how to make a fabulous paella that's brimming with tender chicken, pork, seafood and vegetables. Next, she demonstrates one of her favorites: stuffed peppers with fluffy rice, pine nuts, raisins and herbs cooked on a bed of tomatoes. Then she makes Persian rice - fragrant Basmati cooked atop thinly sliced, buttery potatoes.

NO
Online episodes available
Jan 22, 5:30pm America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated
A Roast for the Holidays (26 min)

Host Christopher Kimball goes into the test kitchen with test cook Bridget Lancaster to learn how to make the ultimate fennel-coriander top sirloin roast. Next, equipment expert Adam Ried reviews carving boards in the Equipment Corner. Finally, test cook Julia Collin Davison uncovers the secrets to making the crispiest duck fat-roasted potatoes.

NO
Jan 22, 6:00pm New Orleans Cooking with Kevin Belton
Jazz Brunch (26 min)

Grillades and grits, pain perdu, bananas foster.

NO
Jan 22, 6:30pm Pati's Mexican Table
Campeche - Tale of a Pirate City (26 min)

Join Pati as she explores Campeche, a bright beautiful colonial city defined by its history of piracy. The best place to gain an understanding of this vivacious fortified city is the market. Local gastronomic historian, Lolina Echeverria, unearths what makes Campeche so special, including tasting the best turkey panuchos in the Yucatan Peninsula. Pati also makes her way to the best restaurant in town, La Pigua to sample some of the regions treasures like pescado verde and grilled octopus.

NO
Jan 22, 7:00pm Ask This Old House
Bluestone, Mead, Wire Splices (26 min)

Out with the flagstone and in with the bluestone - Roger changes a dilapidated entrance into a welcoming walkway. Scott explains how to make wire connections. And feeling the need for mead, Kevin gets a lesson on creating the centuries-old elixir.

NO
Online episodes available
Jan 22, 7:30pm Rick Steves' Europe
Great Swiss Cities: Luzern, Bern, Zurich and Lausanne (26 min)

In this episode we'll focus on an often overlooked side of Switzerland its urban charms. We'll get some exercise, from ringing a very big bell to floating down an urban river. We'll also enjoy a variety of eye-opening art, from Chagall and Klee to inmates of an asylum. Then we'll ponder a few Swiss innovations, from their open-minded drug policies to their hush-hush underground arsenals. And it'll all before a backdrop of Switzerland's stunning natural beauty.

NO
Online episodes available
Jan 22, 8:00pm Art Wolfe's Travels to the Edge
The Making of Travels to the Edge (26 min)

Ever wondered what it would be like to travel the world with a renowned photographer? In episode eleven, take a behind-the-scenes peek and go along on one of Art Wolfe's adventures. Meet the small, intrepid Travels crew as they venture through the remote kingdom of Bhutan and Nepal's lowland wilderness. Follow along on their perilous drive over a high mountain pass; track unpredictable sloth bears; and keep pace with Art at a frenetic Buddhist festival. It is all in a day's work as the crew works to capture Art's quest for the perfect shots.

NO
Jan 22, 8:30pm Martha Stewart's Cooking School
Rice (26 min)

One of the most popular starches, rice can be transformed from plain to extraordinary in a variety of ways. Martha shows how to make a fabulous paella that's brimming with tender chicken, pork, seafood and vegetables. Next, she demonstrates one of her favorites: stuffed peppers with fluffy rice, pine nuts, raisins and herbs cooked on a bed of tomatoes. Then she makes Persian rice - fragrant Basmati cooked atop thinly sliced, buttery potatoes.

NO
Online episodes available
Jan 22, 9:00pm America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated
A Roast for the Holidays (26 min)

Host Christopher Kimball goes into the test kitchen with test cook Bridget Lancaster to learn how to make the ultimate fennel-coriander top sirloin roast. Next, equipment expert Adam Ried reviews carving boards in the Equipment Corner. Finally, test cook Julia Collin Davison uncovers the secrets to making the crispiest duck fat-roasted potatoes.

NO
Jan 22, 9:30pm Mike Colameco's Real Food
Fung Tu/Contra (28 min)

We feature 2 new Lower East Side restaurants. At Fung Tu, chef Jonathan Wu is doing a sort of modern Chinese fusion putting out brilliant dishes paired with a well-curated wine courtesy of Jason Wagner. A few blocks north, opened in 2014 Contra was a trailblazer with set $55 dollar five course tasting menu from chefs Jeremiah Stone and Fabian von Hauske and in 2015 they opened their new wine bar Wildair next door offering small plates and all natural wines by the glass.

NO
Online episodes available
Jan 22, 10:00pm Annabel Langbein: The Free Range Cook
Annabel Langbein: The Free Range Cook
A Taste of Asia (25 min)

In sunny Nelson at the top of New Zealand's South Island, Annabel Langbein goes foraging and harvests mushrooms to use in a quick and easy teriyaki fish and mushroom bake. She also shares her recipe for a super-simple lemon and ginger ice cream served with crunchy ginger biscotti. Recipes from this episode: pan-fried mushrooms with pine nuts, lahmacun flatbread, salted edamame, teriyaki sauce, teriyaki fish and mushroom bake, Japanese-style rice, gingered bok choy, lemon and ginger ice cream, ginger biscotti, fresh flower tea.

NO
Jan 22, 10:30pm Bare Feet with Mickela Mallozzi
Dancer of the Year (The Cook Islands) (26 min)

The annual Dancer of the Year Competition on The Cook Islands helps preserve and pass down the Polynesian culture on this island paradise. Mickela goes behind-the-scenes at this highly competitive, local tradition.

YES
Online episodes available
Jan 22, 11:00pm Martha Stewart's Cooking School
Rice (26 min)

One of the most popular starches, rice can be transformed from plain to extraordinary in a variety of ways. Martha shows how to make a fabulous paella that's brimming with tender chicken, pork, seafood and vegetables. Next, she demonstrates one of her favorites: stuffed peppers with fluffy rice, pine nuts, raisins and herbs cooked on a bed of tomatoes. Then she makes Persian rice - fragrant Basmati cooked atop thinly sliced, buttery potatoes.

NO
Online episodes available
Jan 22, 11:30pm America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated
A Roast for the Holidays (26 min)

Host Christopher Kimball goes into the test kitchen with test cook Bridget Lancaster to learn how to make the ultimate fennel-coriander top sirloin roast. Next, equipment expert Adam Ried reviews carving boards in the Equipment Corner. Finally, test cook Julia Collin Davison uncovers the secrets to making the crispiest duck fat-roasted potatoes.

NO
Jan 23 12:00am New Orleans Cooking with Kevin Belton
Jazz Brunch (26 min)

Grillades and grits, pain perdu, bananas foster.

NO
Jan 23, 12:30am Pati's Mexican Table
Campeche - Tale of a Pirate City (26 min)

Join Pati as she explores Campeche, a bright beautiful colonial city defined by its history of piracy. The best place to gain an understanding of this vivacious fortified city is the market. Local gastronomic historian, Lolina Echeverria, unearths what makes Campeche so special, including tasting the best turkey panuchos in the Yucatan Peninsula. Pati also makes her way to the best restaurant in town, La Pigua to sample some of the regions treasures like pescado verde and grilled octopus.

NO
Jan 23, 1:00am Ask This Old House
Bluestone, Mead, Wire Splices (26 min)

Out with the flagstone and in with the bluestone - Roger changes a dilapidated entrance into a welcoming walkway. Scott explains how to make wire connections. And feeling the need for mead, Kevin gets a lesson on creating the centuries-old elixir.

NO
Online episodes available
Jan 23, 1:30am Rick Steves' Europe
Great Swiss Cities: Luzern, Bern, Zurich and Lausanne (26 min)

In this episode we'll focus on an often overlooked side of Switzerland its urban charms. We'll get some exercise, from ringing a very big bell to floating down an urban river. We'll also enjoy a variety of eye-opening art, from Chagall and Klee to inmates of an asylum. Then we'll ponder a few Swiss innovations, from their open-minded drug policies to their hush-hush underground arsenals. And it'll all before a backdrop of Switzerland's stunning natural beauty.

NO
Online episodes available
Jan 23, 2:00am Art Wolfe's Travels to the Edge
The Making of Travels to the Edge (26 min)

Ever wondered what it would be like to travel the world with a renowned photographer? In episode eleven, take a behind-the-scenes peek and go along on one of Art Wolfe's adventures. Meet the small, intrepid Travels crew as they venture through the remote kingdom of Bhutan and Nepal's lowland wilderness. Follow along on their perilous drive over a high mountain pass; track unpredictable sloth bears; and keep pace with Art at a frenetic Buddhist festival. It is all in a day's work as the crew works to capture Art's quest for the perfect shots.

NO
Jan 23, 2:30am Martha Stewart's Cooking School
Rice (26 min)

One of the most popular starches, rice can be transformed from plain to extraordinary in a variety of ways. Martha shows how to make a fabulous paella that's brimming with tender chicken, pork, seafood and vegetables. Next, she demonstrates one of her favorites: stuffed peppers with fluffy rice, pine nuts, raisins and herbs cooked on a bed of tomatoes. Then she makes Persian rice - fragrant Basmati cooked atop thinly sliced, buttery potatoes.

NO
Online episodes available
Jan 23, 3:00am Quilting Arts
Quilting Arts
Individual Approaches to Quilting (28 min)

Unique approaches are what puts the "art" in art quilting. First, Diane Rusin Doran shares a way to carry your cell phone in style. Then, it's a specialized dyeing technique with Barbara Warholic. Finally, Catherine Redford demonstrates a yo-yo embellished pillow.

NO
Jan 23, 3:30am Paint This with Jerry Yarnell
A Colorful Gateway, Part 1 (28 min)

Acrylic Medium on 16x20 vertical stretched canvas. In the first episode, Jerry explains the purpose for using a gallery wrapped canvas. Then he discusses his reference material and how to use it to lay out the composition. Now Jerry shows how to use the #12 bristle brush to mottle in the suggested background of bushes/leaves. Then he shows how to under-paint the pathway and brick foundation. He finishes by explaining how to properly sketch in the picket fence using basic perspective techniques.

NO
Jan 23, 4:00am Steven Raichlen's Project Smoke
Yum Kippers-Fish Gets Smoked (26 min)

Sable. Lox. Kippers. Some of our most prized smoked foods come from the sea. This show explores iconic smoked seafood dishes from around Planet Barbecue. We start with salt-cured, cold-smoked salmon in the style of Bornholm, Denmark. (You'll learn to smoke it in a monster offset barrel smoker from Oklahoma). Next, hot smoked black cod (aka sablefish) cured with a fennel-coriander rub and smoked in a ceramic cooker. Our third fish-wahoo from the Florida Keys-uses an unusual double marinating technique prior to being smoked and is served with a habanero-mango salsa. For dessert: spectacular coconut creme brulees smoked in a pellet grill. It's business as usual at Project Smoke. Recipes: Cold Smoked Salmon; Hot Smoked Black Cod / Smoked Cod Toasts; Smoked Wahoo with Mango Salsa; Coconut Smoked Creme Brulees.

NO
Jan 23, 4:30am Cooking with Nick Stellino
Breakfast Favorites (26 min)

French Toast with Butter Braised Strawberries in a Cassis Sugar; Matzo Brei; Breakfast Burrito with Ham, Eggs & Parmesan Crust; Kir Royal.

NO
Jan 23, 5:00am The Jazzy Vegetarian
Gluten-Free Party Menu (26 min)

Host Laura Theodore prepares vegan party recipes that are gluten and soy free. Featured guest: Lidia Bastianich. This fabulous menu starts with a creamy Butternut Squash Soup drizzled with delectable Cashew Cream. Easy to make, Walnut and Quinoa Stuffed Portobello Mushrooms serve as the culinary star of this soiree, while a tangy Kale, Lime and Almond Salad adds an appealing side dish. Maple-Raisin-Date Truffles provide a sweet, petite dessert.

YES
Jan 23, 5:30am Mexico -- One Plate at a Time with Rick Bayless
It All Begins with Beans (26 min)

Chefs can get excited over the littlest thing. For Josefina Santacruz, that thing is beans. She believes every cook should know how to cook beans and rice before venturing any further in Mexican cuisine. For an example of beans done right, Rick and Josefina head to Nico's Restaurant, which has been cooking perfect beans since 1957; their bean soup proves a thing of beauty. Rick and Josefina likewise admire the perfect barbacoa made daily by Chef Moises Rodriguez Vargas of Hidalguense restaurant in Mexico City. He shares his careful preparation of this classic dish with Rick and Josefina at his home. At Yuban, in the Roma neighborhood of Mexico City, young Chef Paloma Ortiz respects the cuisine of Oaxaca while adding her personal flourishes. In Chicago, Rick steps us through a simple barbacoa sure to inspire all cooks.

NO
Jan 23, 6:00am Burt Wolf: Travels & Traditions
Basking with the Basques (26 min)

The Basque country straddles the border between southwest France and northeast Spain, but except for their passports the Basques are neither French nor Spanish -- they are Basque. They speak the oldest European language still spoken, so old that no one can tell where it came from. In this program Burt travels through the Basque country, visits the hometown of the first person to sail completely around the world, looks at the early works of Andy Warhol in the Bilbao Museum, and tastes what the Basques are eating and drinking.

NO
Jan 23, 6:30am Travelscope
Crossing The Swiss Alps (26 min)

From cosmopolitan Geneva to the UNESCO heritage Aletsch Glacier Joseph travels through Switzerland by bus, train and lake steamer. In Geneva Joseph explores a city that has remained in the forefront of innovation and change and visits Lake Geneva's fascinating lakeside villages such as the Olympic city of Lausanne. While in the sun-rich, car-free, 7,000-foot atmosphere of Bettmeralp Joseph enjoys a typical Swiss experience that is filled with glacier treks, colorful festivals, local cuisine, the beauty of the rural countryside and warm Alpine hospitality.

YES
Jan 23, 7:00am This Old House
Arlington Arts & Crafts | Underground Energy (26 min)

Electrician Scott Caron starts the process of burying electrical cables. Norm and Charlie build the porch base columns. Roger lays a new brick patio. The first row of kitchen cabinets is installed. Tommy and Kevin work on trimming the front gable.

NO
Online episodes available
Jan 23, 7:30am Rough Cut - Woodworking with Tommy Mac
TV Tray with Jesse Shaw (26 min)

This week on Rough Cut Woodworking with Tommy Mac, Tommy introduces a new face to the show, furniture maker Jesse Shaw. Jesse works with Tommy to build a contemporary version of the 1950's style TV tray, with an updated curve in the legs to make it more modern. Made out of a rich walnut, Jesse uses bent lamination and modern technology to make an amazingly handy living room essential.

NO
Jan 23, 8:00am P. Allen Smith's Garden Home
Embracing Winter (27 min)

Don't let the winter blues put a chill on your seasonal party. Cool weather entertaining tips and more in this episode of P. Allen Smith's Garden Home. Plus, Santa makes a special visit to Moss Mountain Farm.

NO
Jan 23, 8:30am Start Up
The Cheese Board (26 min)

Gary and the crew head to San Francisco, California to talk with Taylor and Kevin, the founders of Blue Board, a unique employee reward company. Then they head to Seattle, Washington to meet up with Junea and Cameron Rocha, the creators of BraziBites, a company that specializes in Brazilian cheese bread.

NO
Online episodes available
Jan 23, 9:00am Quilting Arts
Quilting Arts
Individual Approaches to Quilting (28 min)

Unique approaches are what puts the "art" in art quilting. First, Diane Rusin Doran shares a way to carry your cell phone in style. Then, it's a specialized dyeing technique with Barbara Warholic. Finally, Catherine Redford demonstrates a yo-yo embellished pillow.

NO
Jan 23, 9:30am Paint This with Jerry Yarnell
A Colorful Gateway, Part 1 (28 min)

Acrylic Medium on 16x20 vertical stretched canvas. In the first episode, Jerry explains the purpose for using a gallery wrapped canvas. Then he discusses his reference material and how to use it to lay out the composition. Now Jerry shows how to use the #12 bristle brush to mottle in the suggested background of bushes/leaves. Then he shows how to under-paint the pathway and brick foundation. He finishes by explaining how to properly sketch in the picket fence using basic perspective techniques.

NO
Jan 23, 10:00am Steven Raichlen's Project Smoke
Yum Kippers-Fish Gets Smoked (26 min)

Sable. Lox. Kippers. Some of our most prized smoked foods come from the sea. This show explores iconic smoked seafood dishes from around Planet Barbecue. We start with salt-cured, cold-smoked salmon in the style of Bornholm, Denmark. (You'll learn to smoke it in a monster offset barrel smoker from Oklahoma). Next, hot smoked black cod (aka sablefish) cured with a fennel-coriander rub and smoked in a ceramic cooker. Our third fish-wahoo from the Florida Keys-uses an unusual double marinating technique prior to being smoked and is served with a habanero-mango salsa. For dessert: spectacular coconut creme brulees smoked in a pellet grill. It's business as usual at Project Smoke. Recipes: Cold Smoked Salmon; Hot Smoked Black Cod / Smoked Cod Toasts; Smoked Wahoo with Mango Salsa; Coconut Smoked Creme Brulees.

NO
Jan 23, 10:30am Cooking with Nick Stellino
Breakfast Favorites (26 min)

French Toast with Butter Braised Strawberries in a Cassis Sugar; Matzo Brei; Breakfast Burrito with Ham, Eggs & Parmesan Crust; Kir Royal.

NO
Jan 23, 11:00am The Jazzy Vegetarian
Gluten-Free Party Menu (26 min)

Host Laura Theodore prepares vegan party recipes that are gluten and soy free. Featured guest: Lidia Bastianich. This fabulous menu starts with a creamy Butternut Squash Soup drizzled with delectable Cashew Cream. Easy to make, Walnut and Quinoa Stuffed Portobello Mushrooms serve as the culinary star of this soiree, while a tangy Kale, Lime and Almond Salad adds an appealing side dish. Maple-Raisin-Date Truffles provide a sweet, petite dessert.

YES
Jan 23, 11:30am Mexico -- One Plate at a Time with Rick Bayless
It All Begins with Beans (26 min)

Chefs can get excited over the littlest thing. For Josefina Santacruz, that thing is beans. She believes every cook should know how to cook beans and rice before venturing any further in Mexican cuisine. For an example of beans done right, Rick and Josefina head to Nico's Restaurant, which has been cooking perfect beans since 1957; their bean soup proves a thing of beauty. Rick and Josefina likewise admire the perfect barbacoa made daily by Chef Moises Rodriguez Vargas of Hidalguense restaurant in Mexico City. He shares his careful preparation of this classic dish with Rick and Josefina at his home. At Yuban, in the Roma neighborhood of Mexico City, young Chef Paloma Ortiz respects the cuisine of Oaxaca while adding her personal flourishes. In Chicago, Rick steps us through a simple barbacoa sure to inspire all cooks.

NO
Jan 23, 12:00pm Burt Wolf: Travels & Traditions
Basking with the Basques (26 min)

The Basque country straddles the border between southwest France and northeast Spain, but except for their passports the Basques are neither French nor Spanish -- they are Basque. They speak the oldest European language still spoken, so old that no one can tell where it came from. In this program Burt travels through the Basque country, visits the hometown of the first person to sail completely around the world, looks at the early works of Andy Warhol in the Bilbao Museum, and tastes what the Basques are eating and drinking.

NO
Jan 23, 12:30pm Travelscope
Crossing The Swiss Alps (26 min)

From cosmopolitan Geneva to the UNESCO heritage Aletsch Glacier Joseph travels through Switzerland by bus, train and lake steamer. In Geneva Joseph explores a city that has remained in the forefront of innovation and change and visits Lake Geneva's fascinating lakeside villages such as the Olympic city of Lausanne. While in the sun-rich, car-free, 7,000-foot atmosphere of Bettmeralp Joseph enjoys a typical Swiss experience that is filled with glacier treks, colorful festivals, local cuisine, the beauty of the rural countryside and warm Alpine hospitality.

YES
Jan 23, 1:00pm Rick Steves' Europe
Copenhagen (26 min)

Denmark's capital is the most fun-loving in Scandinavia. As we get to know Copenhagen, we'll discover reminders of its Viking history and symbols of its proudly independent ways today. We'll stroll through Europe's first great pedestrian zone, ogle crown jewels in the palace and take a bike ride through a famous hippie squatter community, finishing at Copenhagen's full-time carnival, Tivoli Gardens.

NO
Online episodes available
Jan 23, 1:30pm Rough Cut - Woodworking with Tommy Mac
TV Tray with Jesse Shaw (26 min)

This week on Rough Cut Woodworking with Tommy Mac, Tommy introduces a new face to the show, furniture maker Jesse Shaw. Jesse works with Tommy to build a contemporary version of the 1950's style TV tray, with an updated curve in the legs to make it more modern. Made out of a rich walnut, Jesse uses bent lamination and modern technology to make an amazingly handy living room essential.

NO
Jan 23, 2:00pm P. Allen Smith's Garden Home
Embracing Winter (27 min)

Don't let the winter blues put a chill on your seasonal party. Cool weather entertaining tips and more in this episode of P. Allen Smith's Garden Home. Plus, Santa makes a special visit to Moss Mountain Farm.

NO
Jan 23, 2:30pm Start Up
The Cheese Board (26 min)

Gary and the crew head to San Francisco, California to talk with Taylor and Kevin, the founders of Blue Board, a unique employee reward company. Then they head to Seattle, Washington to meet up with Junea and Cameron Rocha, the creators of BraziBites, a company that specializes in Brazilian cheese bread.

NO
Online episodes available
Jan 23, 3:00pm This Old House
Arlington Arts & Crafts | Underground Energy (26 min)

Electrician Scott Caron starts the process of burying electrical cables. Norm and Charlie build the porch base columns. Roger lays a new brick patio. The first row of kitchen cabinets is installed. Tommy and Kevin work on trimming the front gable.

NO
Online episodes available
Jan 23, 3:30pm Pati's Mexican Table
Ancient Yucatan with My Boys (26 min)

Pati's three sons are in Mexico and Pati wants them to experience the essence of the Yucatan. First stop, they climb the ancient ruins of Uxmal and discover how advanced the ancient Maya civilizations were. After an exhaustive exploration, the boys cool off in one of the thousands of hidden cenotes (swimming holes). To fill their bellies, the boys eat the best tamales they have ever tasted and the regions signature dish, cochinita pibil, which uses the ancient technique of cooking the meat with heated rocks buried underground.

NO
Tuesday, January 24
Jan 23, 4:00pm Simply Ming
California - Roy Choi (26 min)

While in LA, Ming stops by the chat with praised local chef Roy Choi. Roy takes Ming on a ride in one of his popular food trucks while they cook up some daring cuisine. All that and more, this week on Simply Ming!

NO
Jan 23, 4:30pm Hubert Keller: Secrets of a Chef
 Hubert Keller: Secrets of a Chef
Fun in the Kitchen (28 min)

Using fun and creative presentations, Chef Keller shows how to make recipes that will dazzle both the eyes and taste buds. He prepares Moroccan-spiced lamb lollipops served with a spicy homemade ketchup and tzatziki sauce. Then it's a delicate vol-au-vent or puff pastry shell filled with luscious escargots bathed in wine and garlic butter. Morrocan-Spiced Lamb Lollipops with Spicy Ketchup and Tzatziki Sauce, Escargot in Puff Pastry Shells, & Champagne Cocktail with Margarita Sorbet.

NO
Jan 23, 5:00pm Lidia's Kitchen
Baked Pasta (26 min)

Everyone loves baked pasta, and in this episode, Lidia prepares a baked penne dish with a comforting pork ragu and zucchini topped with a golden crust of cheese. She also makes an elegant salad of asparagus, scallions and boiled egg and finishes the meal with a delicious and moist chocolate zucchini cake.

NO
Jan 23, 5:30pm Cook's Country
Cook's Country
American Classics with a Twist (26 min)

Test cook Bridget Lancaster shows host Christopher Kimball how to make frosted meatloaf at home. Next, tasting expert Jack Bishop challenges Chris to a tasting of frozen pizzas. And finally, test cook Julia Collin Davison uncovers the secrets to apple pie with cheddar cheese crust.

NO
Jan 23, 6:00pm Ellie's Real Good Food
Teeny Kitchen (26 min)

Ellie helps out a couple contending with the challenges of cooking in a tiny apartment kitchen. Ellie proves that with just a few key pans and gadgets, and some smart recipes, anyone can produce fantastic meals in even the most cramped quarters. Recipes: Herbed salmon and orzo casserole with feta; Beef and many vegetable stew; Lemon garlic turkey breast with roasted rosemary potatoes and Brussels sprouts.

NO
Jan 23, 6:30pm Pati's Mexican Table
Ancient Yucatan with My Boys (26 min)

Pati's three sons are in Mexico and Pati wants them to experience the essence of the Yucatan. First stop, they climb the ancient ruins of Uxmal and discover how advanced the ancient Maya civilizations were. After an exhaustive exploration, the boys cool off in one of the thousands of hidden cenotes (swimming holes). To fill their bellies, the boys eat the best tamales they have ever tasted and the regions signature dish, cochinita pibil, which uses the ancient technique of cooking the meat with heated rocks buried underground.

NO
Jan 23, 7:00pm This Old House
Arlington Arts & Crafts | Underground Energy (26 min)

Electrician Scott Caron starts the process of burying electrical cables. Norm and Charlie build the porch base columns. Roger lays a new brick patio. The first row of kitchen cabinets is installed. Tommy and Kevin work on trimming the front gable.

NO
Online episodes available
Jan 23, 7:30pm Globe Trekker
Globe Trekker
Caribbean Islands: St. Lucia, Martinique (56 min)

Zoe Palmer visits the spectacularly beautiful islands of St Lucia, Martinique and Montserrat. Surrounded by stunning rainforests, mountains and volcanoes with a hybrid of English, African and French heritage, these islands deserve their reputation as one of the top vacation spots in the world.

NO
Jan 23, 8:30pm Lidia's Kitchen
Baked Pasta (26 min)

Everyone loves baked pasta, and in this episode, Lidia prepares a baked penne dish with a comforting pork ragu and zucchini topped with a golden crust of cheese. She also makes an elegant salad of asparagus, scallions and boiled egg and finishes the meal with a delicious and moist chocolate zucchini cake.

NO
Jan 23, 9:00pm Cook's Country
Cook's Country
American Classics with a Twist (26 min)

Test cook Bridget Lancaster shows host Christopher Kimball how to make frosted meatloaf at home. Next, tasting expert Jack Bishop challenges Chris to a tasting of frozen pizzas. And finally, test cook Julia Collin Davison uncovers the secrets to apple pie with cheddar cheese crust.

NO
Jan 23, 9:30pm Simply Ming
California - Roy Choi (26 min)

While in LA, Ming stops by the chat with praised local chef Roy Choi. Roy takes Ming on a ride in one of his popular food trucks while they cook up some daring cuisine. All that and more, this week on Simply Ming!

NO
Jan 23, 10:00pm Steven Raichlen's Project Smoke
Yum Kippers-Fish Gets Smoked (26 min)

Sable. Lox. Kippers. Some of our most prized smoked foods come from the sea. This show explores iconic smoked seafood dishes from around Planet Barbecue. We start with salt-cured, cold-smoked salmon in the style of Bornholm, Denmark. (You'll learn to smoke it in a monster offset barrel smoker from Oklahoma). Next, hot smoked black cod (aka sablefish) cured with a fennel-coriander rub and smoked in a ceramic cooker. Our third fish-wahoo from the Florida Keys-uses an unusual double marinating technique prior to being smoked and is served with a habanero-mango salsa. For dessert: spectacular coconut creme brulees smoked in a pellet grill. It's business as usual at Project Smoke. Recipes: Cold Smoked Salmon; Hot Smoked Black Cod / Smoked Cod Toasts; Smoked Wahoo with Mango Salsa; Coconut Smoked Creme Brulees.

NO
Jan 23, 10:30pm Grannies on Safari
Grannies On Safari
Western Cape, South Africa & Botswana (26 min)

They begin their adventure in glorious Cape Town with excursions to the Cape of Good Hope and the wine lands. The Grannies board "The Pride of Africa" on Rovos Rail - accommodated in a restored vintage car - for a two-day trip to Pretoria that includes a stop at the famous Kimberly Gold Mines. While in Botswana, the ladies visit the set of the popular television series "The Ladies #1 Detective Agency" and meet with the Oodi Weavers. They are accompanied by the cosmetic icon Marilyn Miglin, who is on her first trip to South Africa seeking flowers for a new perfume.

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Jan 23, 11:00pm Lidia's Kitchen
Baked Pasta (26 min)

Everyone loves baked pasta, and in this episode, Lidia prepares a baked penne dish with a comforting pork ragu and zucchini topped with a golden crust of cheese. She also makes an elegant salad of asparagus, scallions and boiled egg and finishes the meal with a delicious and moist chocolate zucchini cake.

NO
Jan 23, 11:30pm Cook's Country
Cook's Country
American Classics with a Twist (26 min)

Test cook Bridget Lancaster shows host Christopher Kimball how to make frosted meatloaf at home. Next, tasting expert Jack Bishop challenges Chris to a tasting of frozen pizzas. And finally, test cook Julia Collin Davison uncovers the secrets to apple pie with cheddar cheese crust.

NO
Jan 24 12:00am Ellie's Real Good Food
Teeny Kitchen (26 min)

Ellie helps out a couple contending with the challenges of cooking in a tiny apartment kitchen. Ellie proves that with just a few key pans and gadgets, and some smart recipes, anyone can produce fantastic meals in even the most cramped quarters. Recipes: Herbed salmon and orzo casserole with feta; Beef and many vegetable stew; Lemon garlic turkey breast with roasted rosemary potatoes and Brussels sprouts.

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Jan 24, 12:30am Pati's Mexican Table
Ancient Yucatan with My Boys (26 min)

Pati's three sons are in Mexico and Pati wants them to experience the essence of the Yucatan. First stop, they climb the ancient ruins of Uxmal and discover how advanced the ancient Maya civilizations were. After an exhaustive exploration, the boys cool off in one of the thousands of hidden cenotes (swimming holes). To fill their bellies, the boys eat the best tamales they have ever tasted and the regions signature dish, cochinita pibil, which uses the ancient technique of cooking the meat with heated rocks buried underground.

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Jan 24, 1:00am This Old House
Arlington Arts & Crafts | Underground Energy (26 min)

Electrician Scott Caron starts the process of burying electrical cables. Norm and Charlie build the porch base columns. Roger lays a new brick patio. The first row of kitchen cabinets is installed. Tommy and Kevin work on trimming the front gable.

NO
Online episodes available
Jan 24, 1:30am Globe Trekker
Globe Trekker
Caribbean Islands: St. Lucia, Martinique (56 min)

Zoe Palmer visits the spectacularly beautiful islands of St Lucia, Martinique and Montserrat. Surrounded by stunning rainforests, mountains and volcanoes with a hybrid of English, African and French heritage, these islands deserve their reputation as one of the top vacation spots in the world.

NO
Jan 24, 2:30am Lidia's Kitchen
Baked Pasta (26 min)

Everyone loves baked pasta, and in this episode, Lidia prepares a baked penne dish with a comforting pork ragu and zucchini topped with a golden crust of cheese. She also makes an elegant salad of asparagus, scallions and boiled egg and finishes the meal with a delicious and moist chocolate zucchini cake.

NO
Jan 24, 3:00am Sewing with Nancy
Quick Column Quilts, Part 3 (26 min)

Artistic quilts start with the joining of linear columns of fabric using Nancy's quick techniques Nancy uses columns of fabric and straight stitching to create magical quilts, which include floating squares, 3-D Flying Geese (with no half-square triangles), and Wind Chimes. She demonstrates techniques such as angled strips, Prairie Points, color shuffling, and lots more! Plus, she presents a Carefree Column Quilt.

NO
Online episodes available
Jan 24, 3:30am The Best of The Joy of Painting
Golden Sunset (28 min)

A golden sky glowing above radiant trees and bushes on a black canvas is the painting project Bob Ross has selected for today.

NO
Jan 24, 4:00am Lucky Chow
Filipino Entrepreneurs (27 min)

Filipinos comprise the second-largest Asian-American population nationwide, yet their cuisine is relatively unknown. PJ Quesada, founder of the Filipino Food Movement, explains Filipino cuisine while feasting at his friend Tim Luym's global-Filipino restaurant in San Mateo, Calif. Meet restaurateur Nicole Ponseca, who left her life as a advertising executive in New York to give voice to her culture through food. And finally, the two friends behind Bling Bling Dumplings manufacture thousands of dumplings - from scratch, at home - to serve at Coachella and other festivals.

NO
Jan 24, 4:30am Joanne Weir's Cooking Confidence
Harvest Time (26 min)

Inspired by freshly picked vegetables, Joanne prepares a vegetarian feast. She begins by making a luscious butternut squash soup. And then for a twist with her student Sasha she cooks up some Gnocchi with Brown Butter using semolina instead of potatoes along with Kale with Garlic and White Balsamic. Recipes: Roasted Butternut Squash and Carrot Soup with Coriander Oil, Semolina Gnocchi with Brown Butter and Fried Sage (Parm-Reg), Kale with Garlic and White Balsamic. Student: Sasha Bernstein.

NO
Jan 24, 5:00am Dining with the Chef
Saito's Family Curry Udon (28 min)

The Japanese noodle dish udon has garnered a lot of attention from overseas in recent years. In this episode, chef Tatsuo Saito and Yu Hayami make curry udon, which combines traditional Japanese udon noodles with curry, a western-style Japanese food. Chef Saito shares the secrets of the recipe he makes at home for his own family, made with kombucha and soy sauce. They also make jumbo shrimp tempura, the perfect addition to make curry udon feel extra special. And they offer tips and techniques on making crispy tempura, like how to scatter the batter when deep-frying.

NO
Jan 24, 5:30am Jacques Pepin: More Fast Food My Way
Jacques Pepin: More Fast Food My Way
Simple Sweet Notes (26 min)

Jacques cuts the cooking time of a whole chicken in half with a pair of shears and a few cuts of his knife in this flavorful Roasted Split Chicken with a Mustard Crust. Fluffy Mashed Potatoes make the perfect side dish. Pizza is made quicker and easier when you use a ready made base, and Jacques personalizes it with an unusual twist when he crisps Lavash to make Smoked Salmon Pizza garnished with capers, onion and cilantro. He concludes with a no-frills Greek Yogurt, Walnuts and Honey arguably one of his fastest desserts.

YES
Jan 24, 6:00am Family Travel with Colleen Kelly
Family Travel with Colleen Kelly
Wales - The Land of Storybook Adventures (26 min)

Wales is a gem of a country, offering old-world charm and 21st century adventure. Starting off in Cardiff, Colleen Kelly explores the capital's history at the famous Cardiff Castle, and then she takes a leap in time at the wildly popular Dr. Who exhibit, which brings the locally-produced TV show to life for visitors. Colleen then travels up the coast to Swansea to learn about Welsh technology, before heading to Llanelli to learn how to play rugby from one of the country's greatest all time players, Phil Bennett. Colleen tours Portmeirion, a beautiful getaway tucked along the coast, where young and old come to unwind and indulge in the breathtaking views. Not far from Portmeirion, Colleen takes a ride on the Ffestiniog railway, which is in the Guinness Book of World Records as the oldest narrow gauge railway in the world! Last stop is Conwy in Snowdonia, home to the smallest house in the UK and the train station with the longest name, Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwyll-llantysiliogogogoch. While in the Snowdonia region, Colleen takes a cooking class with local children and indulges in Welsh specialties at the Bodnant Food Centre. To top off her visit to Wales, Colleen gets her adrenaline pumping on the fastest zip line in the world...going over 100 miles per hour!

NO
Jan 24, 6:30am Music Voyager
Colombia Rocks! (27 min)

Host Jacob Edgar heads to Bogota, Colombia's capital and biggest metropolis, to explore the city's thriving rock and pop music scene. There, world-famous rockers Aterciopelados treat Edgar to an unplugged performance in the historic neighborhood of La Candelaria and bring him to a nearby indigenous peoples cultural center for a ceremony with Arhuaco shamans. The up-and-coming rock band Superlitio opens the doors of their recording studio for a private jam and later, Edgar digs through the crates at a funky shoe store/vinyl record store in downtown Bogota. Finally, he meets Fonseca, one of Colombia's biggest pop stars, in Monserrate, a cathedral high in the mountains overlooking Bogota, for an unplugged performance of his hit song, "Paraiso."

NO
Jan 24, 7:00am Woodwright's Shop
Welsh Stick Chair II (26 min)

The challenge of the Welsh stick chair continues as Roy shapes spindles and backs for a proper sit-down.

YES
Jan 24, 7:30am Woodsmith Shop
Woodsmith Shop
Assembly & Joinery Tips (27 min)

The Woodsmith editors cover small box assembly on the keepsake box. Then learn to create simple joinery while building a versatile shop storage cart.

NO
Jan 24, 8:00am Growing a Greener World
 Growing a Greener World
A Year in the Life of the Garden Farm (Atlanta, GA) (26 min)

Over the years, viewers have always enjoyed getting specific ideas and tips about whatever is growing at the moment on the gardening set of Growing a Greener World. But this episode takes it to a new level. We're documenting an entire year in the life of the Garden Farm. From prepping the beds and planting the crops to dealing with potential pests and diseases and whatever else Mother Nature throws at us, you'll see it all: the good, the bad, the challenges, and the successes. All the while, we'll weave in teachable moments, practical tips, and simple projects. Joe Lamp'l, our own horticultural expert and gardener in residence, will bring you behind the scenes for the reality of all four seasons in the GGW garden like you've never seen before.

NO
Online episodes available
Jan 24, 8:30am Craftsman's Legacy
Craftsman's Legacy
The Fly Rod Makers (26 min)

Host Eric Gorges and master bamboo fly rod makers, Jeff Wagner and Casimira Orlowski, make a rod together, underscoring Eric's belief that "a bad day of fishing is better than a good day at work."

NO
Jan 24, 9:00am Sewing with Nancy
Quick Column Quilts, Part 3 (26 min)

Artistic quilts start with the joining of linear columns of fabric using Nancy's quick techniques Nancy uses columns of fabric and straight stitching to create magical quilts, which include floating squares, 3-D Flying Geese (with no half-square triangles), and Wind Chimes. She demonstrates techniques such as angled strips, Prairie Points, color shuffling, and lots more! Plus, she presents a Carefree Column Quilt.

NO
Online episodes available
Jan 24, 9:30am The Best of The Joy of Painting
Golden Sunset (28 min)

A golden sky glowing above radiant trees and bushes on a black canvas is the painting project Bob Ross has selected for today.

NO
Jan 24, 10:00am Lucky Chow
Filipino Entrepreneurs (27 min)

Filipinos comprise the second-largest Asian-American population nationwide, yet their cuisine is relatively unknown. PJ Quesada, founder of the Filipino Food Movement, explains Filipino cuisine while feasting at his friend Tim Luym's global-Filipino restaurant in San Mateo, Calif. Meet restaurateur Nicole Ponseca, who left her life as a advertising executive in New York to give voice to her culture through food. And finally, the two friends behind Bling Bling Dumplings manufacture thousands of dumplings - from scratch, at home - to serve at Coachella and other festivals.

NO
Jan 24, 10:30am Joanne Weir's Cooking Confidence
Harvest Time (26 min)

Inspired by freshly picked vegetables, Joanne prepares a vegetarian feast. She begins by making a luscious butternut squash soup. And then for a twist with her student Sasha she cooks up some Gnocchi with Brown Butter using semolina instead of potatoes along with Kale with Garlic and White Balsamic. Recipes: Roasted Butternut Squash and Carrot Soup with Coriander Oil, Semolina Gnocchi with Brown Butter and Fried Sage (Parm-Reg), Kale with Garlic and White Balsamic. Student: Sasha Bernstein.

NO
Jan 24, 11:00am Dining with the Chef
Saito's Family Curry Udon (28 min)

The Japanese noodle dish udon has garnered a lot of attention from overseas in recent years. In this episode, chef Tatsuo Saito and Yu Hayami make curry udon, which combines traditional Japanese udon noodles with curry, a western-style Japanese food. Chef Saito shares the secrets of the recipe he makes at home for his own family, made with kombucha and soy sauce. They also make jumbo shrimp tempura, the perfect addition to make curry udon feel extra special. And they offer tips and techniques on making crispy tempura, like how to scatter the batter when deep-frying.

NO
Jan 24, 11:30am Jacques Pepin: More Fast Food My Way
Jacques Pepin: More Fast Food My Way
Simple Sweet Notes (26 min)

Jacques cuts the cooking time of a whole chicken in half with a pair of shears and a few cuts of his knife in this flavorful Roasted Split Chicken with a Mustard Crust. Fluffy Mashed Potatoes make the perfect side dish. Pizza is made quicker and easier when you use a ready made base, and Jacques personalizes it with an unusual twist when he crisps Lavash to make Smoked Salmon Pizza garnished with capers, onion and cilantro. He concludes with a no-frills Greek Yogurt, Walnuts and Honey arguably one of his fastest desserts.

YES
Jan 24, 12:00pm Family Travel with Colleen Kelly
Family Travel with Colleen Kelly
Wales - The Land of Storybook Adventures (26 min)

Wales is a gem of a country, offering old-world charm and 21st century adventure. Starting off in Cardiff, Colleen Kelly explores the capital's history at the famous Cardiff Castle, and then she takes a leap in time at the wildly popular Dr. Who exhibit, which brings the locally-produced TV show to life for visitors. Colleen then travels up the coast to Swansea to learn about Welsh technology, before heading to Llanelli to learn how to play rugby from one of the country's greatest all time players, Phil Bennett. Colleen tours Portmeirion, a beautiful getaway tucked along the coast, where young and old come to unwind and indulge in the breathtaking views. Not far from Portmeirion, Colleen takes a ride on the Ffestiniog railway, which is in the Guinness Book of World Records as the oldest narrow gauge railway in the world! Last stop is Conwy in Snowdonia, home to the smallest house in the UK and the train station with the longest name, Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwyll-llantysiliogogogoch. While in the Snowdonia region, Colleen takes a cooking class with local children and indulges in Welsh specialties at the Bodnant Food Centre. To top off her visit to Wales, Colleen gets her adrenaline pumping on the fastest zip line in the world...going over 100 miles per hour!

NO
Jan 24, 12:30pm Music Voyager
Colombia Rocks! (27 min)

Host Jacob Edgar heads to Bogota, Colombia's capital and biggest metropolis, to explore the city's thriving rock and pop music scene. There, world-famous rockers Aterciopelados treat Edgar to an unplugged performance in the historic neighborhood of La Candelaria and bring him to a nearby indigenous peoples cultural center for a ceremony with Arhuaco shamans. The up-and-coming rock band Superlitio opens the doors of their recording studio for a private jam and later, Edgar digs through the crates at a funky shoe store/vinyl record store in downtown Bogota. Finally, he meets Fonseca, one of Colombia's biggest pop stars, in Monserrate, a cathedral high in the mountains overlooking Bogota, for an unplugged performance of his hit song, "Paraiso."

NO
Jan 24, 1:00pm Rick Steves' Europe
Denmark: Beyond Copenhagen (26 min)

Using Copenhagen as a spring board, we'll visit the very best of Denmark. Aarhus welcomes us with its ruddy affluence, charming open air museum and eerily well-preserved ancient bog man. Roskilde impresses visitors with its royal burial church and the best Viking ship museum anywhere. And the delightfully quaint Isle of Aero beckons a bike ride among thatched cottages, "snooping mirrors", and cobbled alleyways that reminds us of the world of Hans Christian Andersen.

NO
Online episodes available
Jan 24, 1:30pm Woodsmith Shop
Woodsmith Shop
Assembly & Joinery Tips (27 min)

The Woodsmith editors cover small box assembly on the keepsake box. Then learn to create simple joinery while building a versatile shop storage cart.

NO
Jan 24, 2:00pm Growing a Greener World
 Growing a Greener World
A Year in the Life of the Garden Farm (Atlanta, GA) (26 min)

Over the years, viewers have always enjoyed getting specific ideas and tips about whatever is growing at the moment on the gardening set of Growing a Greener World. But this episode takes it to a new level. We're documenting an entire year in the life of the Garden Farm. From prepping the beds and planting the crops to dealing with potential pests and diseases and whatever else Mother Nature throws at us, you'll see it all: the good, the bad, the challenges, and the successes. All the while, we'll weave in teachable moments, practical tips, and simple projects. Joe Lamp'l, our own horticultural expert and gardener in residence, will bring you behind the scenes for the reality of all four seasons in the GGW garden like you've never seen before.

NO
Online episodes available
Jan 24, 2:30pm Craftsman's Legacy
Craftsman's Legacy
The Fly Rod Makers (26 min)

Host Eric Gorges and master bamboo fly rod makers, Jeff Wagner and Casimira Orlowski, make a rod together, underscoring Eric's belief that "a bad day of fishing is better than a good day at work."

NO
Jan 24, 3:00pm Woodwright's Shop
Welsh Stick Chair II (26 min)

The challenge of the Welsh stick chair continues as Roy shapes spindles and backs for a proper sit-down.

YES
Jan 24, 3:30pm Pati's Mexican Table
Izamal - Gold & God (26 min)

Izamal is a stunning city whose buildings are all painted the same golden hue. At its center is an enormous and impressive Franciscan monastery built right on top of ancient ruins of a Mayan temple. Pati explores this beautiful city, tasting the local flavors like venison tacos and poc chuc. The city is also filled with artisans creating hammocks, woven sisal baskets, and papier mache decorations. Pati meets Esteban, a jeweler, who shows her how he makes the most elegant jewelry from plants growing right in his backyard, a perfect souvenir to bring home.

NO
Wednesday, January 25
Jan 24, 4:00pm Chef's Life
Gone Clamming, Part II (26 min)

Continue the visit to Charleston, especially the popular Waffle House Smackdown. Frank Lee, "Mayor of Charleston," invites Vivian to his home and schools her in the proper way to open a clam and reveals the secret to his aunt's decadent clam hash.

NO
Online episodes available
Jan 24, 4:30pm Jacques Pepin: Heart & Soul
Jacques Pepin: Heart & Soul
Sweet Endings with Shorey (26 min)

Jacques' granddaughter Shorey is back in the kitchen and she's all grown up but she's never too old for dessert! And it all starts with a little butter, freshly made for a quick tartine de confiture. Fresh fruit recipes follow with peaches marty and rhubarb-honey coupe with creamy yogurt sauce. Shorey's love of chocolate isn't forgotten with chocolate pistachio biscotti, which proves to be a perfect lesson in baking, as Jacques guides her measurements and mixtures. Finally, Shorey and Jacques shape mini chocolate truffles to round out their confectionary creations.

NO
Jan 24, 5:00pm Martha Stewart's Cooking School
Know Your Vegetables (26 min)

We all know we should eat vegetables whenever possible, but it's important to vary the types that we cook. In this episode, Martha shows how to make four tasty dishes using vegetables that may not be in everyone's regular rotation: steamed artichokes with tarragon butter, braised leeks, fried okra and whole roasted garlic.

NO
Online episodes available
Jan 24, 5:30pm America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated
Pork and Pears (26 min)

Test cook Bridget Lancaster reveals the secrets to making the best milk-braised pork loin. Then, tasting expert Jack Bishop challenges host Christopher Kimball to a tasting of apricot preserves. Next, gadget guru Lisa McManus uncovers the best apple corers. Finally, test cook Julia Collin Davison shows Chris how to make the ultimate roasted pears with dried apricots and pistachios.

NO
Jan 24, 6:00pm New Orleans Cooking with Kevin Belton
Rice Favorites (26 min)

Traditional New Orleans Calas, jambalaya a la Big Easy, Creole rice custard pudding.

NO
Jan 24, 6:30pm Pati's Mexican Table
Izamal - Gold & God (26 min)

Izamal is a stunning city whose buildings are all painted the same golden hue. At its center is an enormous and impressive Franciscan monastery built right on top of ancient ruins of a Mayan temple. Pati explores this beautiful city, tasting the local flavors like venison tacos and poc chuc. The city is also filled with artisans creating hammocks, woven sisal baskets, and papier mache decorations. Pati meets Esteban, a jeweler, who shows her how he makes the most elegant jewelry from plants growing right in his backyard, a perfect souvenir to bring home.

NO
Jan 24, 7:00pm Woodwright's Shop
Welsh Stick Chair II (26 min)

The challenge of the Welsh stick chair continues as Roy shapes spindles and backs for a proper sit-down.

YES
Jan 24, 7:30pm Travelscope
Rwanda - In Search of Chimpanzees (26 min)

Joseph continues his Rwanda adventure and turns his attention to the region's other primate populations. Chimpanzee, Olive Baboons, Mona, Blue and Black and White Colobus Monkeys are just a few of the thirteen primate species that populate the Nyungwe National Park. The rest of the area's flora and fauna is equally impressive with more than 140 orchid species and 275 bird species, dozens of them found only in the highlands of Central Africa. In addition to the wildlife wonders, Joseph has personal encounters in the local Banda (thatched-hut) communities and meets the reclusive and vanishing Batwa people. In Kigali, the capital of Rwanda, Joseph highlights the 1994 Rwanda genocide and the efforts that the country has made to overcome its past at the Kigali Genocide Memorial Centre.

NO
Jan 24, 8:00pm Travels with Darley
Belgium: Brussels & Beyond (26 min)

Explore Brussels during the annual Jazz festival, taking in fashion, Belgian chocolate and art deco architecture by foot and bicycle. Venture through the Ardennes region, where beer tasting, a top place to eat fries and rail biking are on tap. Visit diverse breweries, bakeries and markets in Liege and medieval Durbuy.

NO
Jan 24, 8:30pm Martha Stewart's Cooking School
Know Your Vegetables (26 min)

We all know we should eat vegetables whenever possible, but it's important to vary the types that we cook. In this episode, Martha shows how to make four tasty dishes using vegetables that may not be in everyone's regular rotation: steamed artichokes with tarragon butter, braised leeks, fried okra and whole roasted garlic.

NO
Online episodes available
Jan 24, 9:00pm America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated
Pork and Pears (26 min)

Test cook Bridget Lancaster reveals the secrets to making the best milk-braised pork loin. Then, tasting expert Jack Bishop challenges host Christopher Kimball to a tasting of apricot preserves. Next, gadget guru Lisa McManus uncovers the best apple corers. Finally, test cook Julia Collin Davison shows Chris how to make the ultimate roasted pears with dried apricots and pistachios.

NO
Jan 24, 9:30pm Chef's Life
Gone Clamming, Part II (26 min)

Continue the visit to Charleston, especially the popular Waffle House Smackdown. Frank Lee, "Mayor of Charleston," invites Vivian to his home and schools her in the proper way to open a clam and reveals the secret to his aunt's decadent clam hash.

NO
Online episodes available
Jan 24, 10:00pm Lucky Chow
Filipino Entrepreneurs (27 min)

Filipinos comprise the second-largest Asian-American population nationwide, yet their cuisine is relatively unknown. PJ Quesada, founder of the Filipino Food Movement, explains Filipino cuisine while feasting at his friend Tim Luym's global-Filipino restaurant in San Mateo, Calif. Meet restaurateur Nicole Ponseca, who left her life as a advertising executive in New York to give voice to her culture through food. And finally, the two friends behind Bling Bling Dumplings manufacture thousands of dumplings - from scratch, at home - to serve at Coachella and other festivals.

NO
Jan 24, 10:30pm Get Ready to Rio! with Chef Hubert Keller
Rio Fusion: French & Brazilian (27 min)

Every time Chef Keller goes to Rio, he visits his good friend, French-born Claude Troisgros, who is culinary royalty in Rio. They have lunch at his CT Boucherie restaurant, a Brazilian steakhouse or "churrascaria" considered to have some of the best meat in Rio. Claude takes Hubert to meet his friend Katia Barbosa for some of the best Brazilian home cooking in Rio. At her famous Aconchego Carioca restaurant, Chef Keller is dazzled by her signature dishes, including the Bolinhos Feijoada and Shrimp in Coconut. His next food stop is to TT Burger, reputed to have the best burger in Rio. While it looks American on the surface, the burger is Brazilian from the pickle to the bun. The final destination is to what may be the most romantic and beautiful restaurant in Rio: Aprazivel.

NO
Jan 24, 11:00pm Martha Stewart's Cooking School
Know Your Vegetables (26 min)

We all know we should eat vegetables whenever possible, but it's important to vary the types that we cook. In this episode, Martha shows how to make four tasty dishes using vegetables that may not be in everyone's regular rotation: steamed artichokes with tarragon butter, braised leeks, fried okra and whole roasted garlic.

NO
Online episodes available
Jan 24, 11:30pm America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated
Pork and Pears (26 min)

Test cook Bridget Lancaster reveals the secrets to making the best milk-braised pork loin. Then, tasting expert Jack Bishop challenges host Christopher Kimball to a tasting of apricot preserves. Next, gadget guru Lisa McManus uncovers the best apple corers. Finally, test cook Julia Collin Davison shows Chris how to make the ultimate roasted pears with dried apricots and pistachios.

NO
Jan 25 12:00am New Orleans Cooking with Kevin Belton
Rice Favorites (26 min)

Traditional New Orleans Calas, jambalaya a la Big Easy, Creole rice custard pudding.

NO
Jan 25, 12:30am Pati's Mexican Table
Izamal - Gold & God (26 min)

Izamal is a stunning city whose buildings are all painted the same golden hue. At its center is an enormous and impressive Franciscan monastery built right on top of ancient ruins of a Mayan temple. Pati explores this beautiful city, tasting the local flavors like venison tacos and poc chuc. The city is also filled with artisans creating hammocks, woven sisal baskets, and papier mache decorations. Pati meets Esteban, a jeweler, who shows her how he makes the most elegant jewelry from plants growing right in his backyard, a perfect souvenir to bring home.

NO
Jan 25, 1:00am Woodwright's Shop
Welsh Stick Chair II (26 min)

The challenge of the Welsh stick chair continues as Roy shapes spindles and backs for a proper sit-down.

YES
Jan 25, 1:30am Travelscope
Rwanda - In Search of Chimpanzees (26 min)

Joseph continues his Rwanda adventure and turns his attention to the region's other primate populations. Chimpanzee, Olive Baboons, Mona, Blue and Black and White Colobus Monkeys are just a few of the thirteen primate species that populate the Nyungwe National Park. The rest of the area's flora and fauna is equally impressive with more than 140 orchid species and 275 bird species, dozens of them found only in the highlands of Central Africa. In addition to the wildlife wonders, Joseph has personal encounters in the local Banda (thatched-hut) communities and meets the reclusive and vanishing Batwa people. In Kigali, the capital of Rwanda, Joseph highlights the 1994 Rwanda genocide and the efforts that the country has made to overcome its past at the Kigali Genocide Memorial Centre.

NO
Jan 25, 2:00am Travels with Darley
Belgium: Brussels & Beyond (26 min)

Explore Brussels during the annual Jazz festival, taking in fashion, Belgian chocolate and art deco architecture by foot and bicycle. Venture through the Ardennes region, where beer tasting, a top place to eat fries and rail biking are on tap. Visit diverse breweries, bakeries and markets in Liege and medieval Durbuy.

NO
Jan 25, 2:30am Martha Stewart's Cooking School
Know Your Vegetables (26 min)

We all know we should eat vegetables whenever possible, but it's important to vary the types that we cook. In this episode, Martha shows how to make four tasty dishes using vegetables that may not be in everyone's regular rotation: steamed artichokes with tarragon butter, braised leeks, fried okra and whole roasted garlic.

NO
Online episodes available
Jan 25, 3:00am Knit and Crochet NOW!
Dress Up The Pup (26 min)

We've got plaids for your pooch and hoodies for your hound dog! Today Deborah is joined by Lena Skvagerson who will show how to knit up the Hound Dog Hoodie in a "hounds tooth" pattern. Robyn Chachula is next up with Poppy's Plaid Crochet Dog Sweater featuring a raised stitch plaid. In the stitch corner Lena will show how to knit her very own version of the Crocodile Stitch.

YES
Jan 25, 3:30am Grand View
 Grand View
Devils Postpile National Monument (26 min)

This episode explores one of the most unique phenomena in geology; Hexagonal pillars of Basalt lava that were revealed during the last Ice Age. Located in the Eastern Sierra, this rare and beautiful feature ranks as one of the world's finest examples of columnar basalt. The region reveals a volatile geologic history, with reminders bubbling up from the valley floor. Baumann interviews Park Superintendent, Deanna Dulen, and USGS geologist, Mike Clynne. Baumann reaches his destination, and paints the Minarets of the Sierras overlooking the park itself.

NO
Jan 25, 4:00am Annabel Langbein: The Free Range Cook
Annabel Langbein: The Free Range Cook
Fiesta for Friends (26 min)

Annabel Langbein picks heritage apples from a family orchard dedicated to preserving rare varieties in sunny Nelson, New Zealand. Returning to her lakeside cabin, she cooks a Mexican-style feast of succulent slow-cooked pork with smoky chili beans and guacamole, followed by the easiest, most refreshing apple and raspberry sorbets ever. Recipes from this episode: cinnamon apple fritters, garden gazpacho, Mexican rub, Mexican pulled pork, smoky chili beans, chunky guacamole, fresh flour tortillas, apple and berry sorbets.

NO
Jan 25, 4:30am Ciao Italia
Ciao Italia
Squash Gnocchi - Gnocchi Di Zucca Gialla (28 min)

Mary Ann cooks with chef and restaurant owner Daniela Benvenuti in Grutti, Italy. The hard-working all-women cooking staff at Le Noci restaurant is rare for Italy, as is the Gnocchi with Prunes Daniela and Mary Ann prepare. Mary Ann keeps the gnocchi coming, nella cucina, with Squash Gnocchi. Bet you can't eat just one.

NO
Jan 25, 5:00am Healthful Indian Flavors With Alamelu
Healthful Indian Flavors with Alamelu
(25 min)

Alamelu creates "super nutritious dishes" as she prepares black bean cutlets, cauliflower lentil soup, and spinach yogurt dip. All of these recipes are gluten-free.

NO
Jan 25, 5:30am Moveable Feast with Fine Cooking
North Fork (26 min)

On this episode of Moveable Feast with Fine Cooking, Pete Evans drives 120 miles outside New York City to the tip of Long Island where he meets up with chefs Bill Taibe and Will Horowitz. Together the trio starts the day going fishing for whelk. After a successful fishing trip, the guys travel to a duck farm to pick up duck for the evening and then head back to Will's house where the group does a bit of clamming. The meal starts out with a traditional clambake followed by Whelk and Potatoes with Celery Salsa Verde and Ramp Mayo, Roasted Carrot and Beets with Fermented Black Beans and Sesame Smoked Crescent Farms Duck with Grits, Pressed Duck Gravy, Black Garlic & Pickled Un-ripened Strawberries and Grilled Black Bass with Celery Salsa Verde. This meal was worth the trip!

NO
Jan 25, 6:00am DayTripper
(26 min)
NO
Jan 25, 6:30am Journeys In Japan
(28 min)

English-speaking visitors travel the length of Japan, exploring the local culture and meeting the people. Kit Nagamura visits Takayama to experience a spectacular festival and enjoy the countryside.

NO
Jan 25, 7:00am Ask This Old House
Bluestone, Mead, Wire Splices (26 min)

Out with the flagstone and in with the bluestone - Roger changes a dilapidated entrance into a welcoming walkway. Scott explains how to make wire connections. And feeling the need for mead, Kevin gets a lesson on creating the centuries-old elixir.

NO
Online episodes available
Jan 25, 7:30am American Woodshop
Kitchen Turned Bowls & Custom Cutlery (26 min)

Maple and Diamond Wood serving ware.

NO
Online episodes available
Jan 25, 8:00am Garden SMART
Garden SMART
(26 min)

GardenSMART visits with a gardener who shares how they create surprise and excitement in their garden. We learned a lot and think you will too. Join us this week as we GardenSMART.

NO
Jan 25, 8:30am For Your Home
For Your Home
Open House (26 min)

Vicki's dream home nears completion and you get to see the outstanding results. Take a tour of Vicki's new house and gardens, meet the designers, craftspeople and contractors that have made Vicki's ideas come to life. You get a sneak peak minutes before Vicki opens her doors to the FYH Philanthropy Charity Event to raise funds for three local charities. Discover how uplifting downsizing can truly be.

NO
Jan 25, 9:00am Knit and Crochet NOW!
Dress Up The Pup (26 min)

We've got plaids for your pooch and hoodies for your hound dog! Today Deborah is joined by Lena Skvagerson who will show how to knit up the Hound Dog Hoodie in a "hounds tooth" pattern. Robyn Chachula is next up with Poppy's Plaid Crochet Dog Sweater featuring a raised stitch plaid. In the stitch corner Lena will show how to knit her very own version of the Crocodile Stitch.

YES
Jan 25, 9:30am Grand View
 Grand View
Devils Postpile National Monument (26 min)

This episode explores one of the most unique phenomena in geology; Hexagonal pillars of Basalt lava that were revealed during the last Ice Age. Located in the Eastern Sierra, this rare and beautiful feature ranks as one of the world's finest examples of columnar basalt. The region reveals a volatile geologic history, with reminders bubbling up from the valley floor. Baumann interviews Park Superintendent, Deanna Dulen, and USGS geologist, Mike Clynne. Baumann reaches his destination, and paints the Minarets of the Sierras overlooking the park itself.

NO
Jan 25, 10:00am Annabel Langbein: The Free Range Cook
Annabel Langbein: The Free Range Cook
Fiesta for Friends (26 min)

Annabel Langbein picks heritage apples from a family orchard dedicated to preserving rare varieties in sunny Nelson, New Zealand. Returning to her lakeside cabin, she cooks a Mexican-style feast of succulent slow-cooked pork with smoky chili beans and guacamole, followed by the easiest, most refreshing apple and raspberry sorbets ever. Recipes from this episode: cinnamon apple fritters, garden gazpacho, Mexican rub, Mexican pulled pork, smoky chili beans, chunky guacamole, fresh flour tortillas, apple and berry sorbets.

NO
Jan 25, 10:30am Ciao Italia
Ciao Italia
Squash Gnocchi - Gnocchi Di Zucca Gialla (28 min)

Mary Ann cooks with chef and restaurant owner Daniela Benvenuti in Grutti, Italy. The hard-working all-women cooking staff at Le Noci restaurant is rare for Italy, as is the Gnocchi with Prunes Daniela and Mary Ann prepare. Mary Ann keeps the gnocchi coming, nella cucina, with Squash Gnocchi. Bet you can't eat just one.

NO
Jan 25, 11:00am Healthful Indian Flavors With Alamelu
Healthful Indian Flavors with Alamelu
(25 min)

Alamelu creates "super nutritious dishes" as she prepares black bean cutlets, cauliflower lentil soup, and spinach yogurt dip. All of these recipes are gluten-free.

NO
Jan 25, 11:30am Moveable Feast with Fine Cooking
North Fork (26 min)

On this episode of Moveable Feast with Fine Cooking, Pete Evans drives 120 miles outside New York City to the tip of Long Island where he meets up with chefs Bill Taibe and Will Horowitz. Together the trio starts the day going fishing for whelk. After a successful fishing trip, the guys travel to a duck farm to pick up duck for the evening and then head back to Will's house where the group does a bit of clamming. The meal starts out with a traditional clambake followed by Whelk and Potatoes with Celery Salsa Verde and Ramp Mayo, Roasted Carrot and Beets with Fermented Black Beans and Sesame Smoked Crescent Farms Duck with Grits, Pressed Duck Gravy, Black Garlic & Pickled Un-ripened Strawberries and Grilled Black Bass with Celery Salsa Verde. This meal was worth the trip!

NO
Jan 25, 12:00pm DayTripper
(26 min)
NO
Jan 25, 12:30pm Journeys In Japan
(28 min)

English-speaking visitors travel the length of Japan, exploring the local culture and meeting the people. Kit Nagamura visits Takayama to experience a spectacular festival and enjoy the countryside.

NO
Jan 25, 1:00pm Rick Steves' Europe
Istanbul (26 min)

Where Europe comes face to face with Asia, we'll explore the fascinating, multilayered city of Istanbul. We'll lose our way in the Grand Bazaar and feast like kings with locals at a fisherman's wharf. We'll follow the fall of the Byzantium and the rise of Islam at the city's ancient wall, Hagia Sophia, Blue Mosque and Topkapi Palace. To escape the city bustle, we'll board a boat on the churning Bosphorus, make friends over backgammon, and try a traditional bath.

NO
Online episodes available
Jan 25, 1:30pm American Woodshop
Kitchen Turned Bowls & Custom Cutlery (26 min)

Maple and Diamond Wood serving ware.

NO
Online episodes available
Jan 25, 2:00pm Garden SMART
Garden SMART
(26 min)

GardenSMART visits with a gardener who shares how they create surprise and excitement in their garden. We learned a lot and think you will too. Join us this week as we GardenSMART.

NO
Jan 25, 2:30pm For Your Home
For Your Home
Open House (26 min)

Vicki's dream home nears completion and you get to see the outstanding results. Take a tour of Vicki's new house and gardens, meet the designers, craftspeople and contractors that have made Vicki's ideas come to life. You get a sneak peak minutes before Vicki opens her doors to the FYH Philanthropy Charity Event to raise funds for three local charities. Discover how uplifting downsizing can truly be.

NO
Jan 25, 3:00pm Ask This Old House
Bluestone, Mead, Wire Splices (26 min)

Out with the flagstone and in with the bluestone - Roger changes a dilapidated entrance into a welcoming walkway. Scott explains how to make wire connections. And feeling the need for mead, Kevin gets a lesson on creating the centuries-old elixir.

NO
Online episodes available
Jan 25, 3:30pm Pati's Mexican Table
Valladolid - A Day to Explore (26 min)

Pati shows us her favorite way to explore a city...without a plan, just following her nose. Today, she is in Valladolid, a city known to most as a stopover between Cancun and Merida, but this city has so much to explore, you will need a few days. Known for their smoked meats, try the local specialties lomitos de Valladolid and longaniza de Valladolid, explore the stunning churches, beautiful underground cenotes, and wander in and out of the local artisan's shops.

NO
Thursday, January 26
Jan 25, 4:00pm Mike Colameco's Real Food
Alsace (28 min)

We spent a week exploring this northwestern region of France touring the vineyards and meeting with the winemakers while visiting restaurants along the way. Often confused with German wines, the wines of Alsace, especially it's bone dry Rieslings are some of the best value under appreciated wines available from anywhere on the planet.

NO
Online episodes available
Jan 25, 4:30pm Baking With Julia
(26 min)

Julia Child observes as California master chefs Michel Richard and Alice Medrich work their magic with puff pastry and biscotti in this episode of BAKING WITH JULIA.

NO
Online episodes available
Jan 25, 5:00pm Lidia's Kitchen
Vegetables (26 min)

Whether used in soups, roasted or stuffed, the Italians love their vegetables. In this episode, she makes a platter full of roasted peppers stuffed with tuna. She then creates a mellow dish of savory onions stuffed with lamb and sweet raisins. The cauliflower and tomato soup is one that warms the heart and any kitchen table.

NO
Jan 25, 5:30pm Cook's Country
Cook's Country
Muffins and Doughnuts Get A Makeover (26 min)

Host Christopher Kimball visits the Dorset Union Store in Dorset, Vermont, where doughnuts are baked fresh daily. Then, test cook Bridget Lancaster uncovers the secrets to making easier muffin tin doughnuts. Next, tasting expert Jack Bishop challenges Chris to a tasting of grapefruit juice. Then, equipment expert Adam Ried reveals his top picks for pod coffee makers. And finally, test cook Julia Collin Davison shows Chris how to make whole-wheat blueberry muffins.

NO
Jan 25, 6:00pm Ellie's Real Good Food
It's My Party (26 min)

Ellie prepares an ensemble of make-ahead dishes that are designed so that both party-giver and partygoers can equally enjoy the festivities. All these dishes can be cooked and frozen ahead of time and then simply reheated at party time. Go ahead: enjoy your own party. Recipes: Asian shrimp cakes served with 3 Ingredient Recipe: avocado-wasabi sauce; Chicken phyllo pies; Broccoli and sun-dried tomato flatbread; Chipotle black bean dip.

NO
Jan 25, 6:30pm Pati's Mexican Table
Valladolid - A Day to Explore (26 min)

Pati shows us her favorite way to explore a city...without a plan, just following her nose. Today, she is in Valladolid, a city known to most as a stopover between Cancun and Merida, but this city has so much to explore, you will need a few days. Known for their smoked meats, try the local specialties lomitos de Valladolid and longaniza de Valladolid, explore the stunning churches, beautiful underground cenotes, and wander in and out of the local artisan's shops.

NO
Jan 25, 7:00pm Ask This Old House
Bluestone, Mead, Wire Splices (26 min)

Out with the flagstone and in with the bluestone - Roger changes a dilapidated entrance into a welcoming walkway. Scott explains how to make wire connections. And feeling the need for mead, Kevin gets a lesson on creating the centuries-old elixir.

NO
Online episodes available
Jan 25, 7:30pm Rick Steves' Europe
Istanbul (26 min)

Where Europe comes face to face with Asia, we'll explore the fascinating, multilayered city of Istanbul. We'll lose our way in the Grand Bazaar and feast like kings with locals at a fisherman's wharf. We'll follow the fall of the Byzantium and the rise of Islam at the city's ancient wall, Hagia Sophia, Blue Mosque and Topkapi Palace. To escape the city bustle, we'll board a boat on the churning Bosphorus, make friends over backgammon, and try a traditional bath.

NO
Online episodes available
Jan 25, 8:00pm Art Wolfe's Travels to the Edge
Mongolia: Mountain to Steppe (26 min)

Known for its arid steppes, skilled nomadic horsemen and Genghis Khan, a visit to Mongolia feels like a trip back in time. At the annual Naadam Festival, contestants vie to be the victor in the centuries-old pursuits of wrestling, archery and horseracing. In episode twelve, Art Wolfe pursues prehistoric wild horses as they roam the steppe; rides in the mountains with a Kazakh tribesman who hunts with golden eagles; and catches up with nomadic reindeer herders at their summer camp near the Siberian border.

NO
Jan 25, 8:30pm Lidia's Kitchen
Vegetables (26 min)

Whether used in soups, roasted or stuffed, the Italians love their vegetables. In this episode, she makes a platter full of roasted peppers stuffed with tuna. She then creates a mellow dish of savory onions stuffed with lamb and sweet raisins. The cauliflower and tomato soup is one that warms the heart and any kitchen table.

NO
Jan 25, 9:00pm Cook's Country
Cook's Country
Muffins and Doughnuts Get A Makeover (26 min)

Host Christopher Kimball visits the Dorset Union Store in Dorset, Vermont, where doughnuts are baked fresh daily. Then, test cook Bridget Lancaster uncovers the secrets to making easier muffin tin doughnuts. Next, tasting expert Jack Bishop challenges Chris to a tasting of grapefruit juice. Then, equipment expert Adam Ried reveals his top picks for pod coffee makers. And finally, test cook Julia Collin Davison shows Chris how to make whole-wheat blueberry muffins.

NO
Jan 25, 9:30pm Mike Colameco's Real Food
Alsace (28 min)

We spent a week exploring this northwestern region of France touring the vineyards and meeting with the winemakers while visiting restaurants along the way. Often confused with German wines, the wines of Alsace, especially it's bone dry Rieslings are some of the best value under appreciated wines available from anywhere on the planet.

NO
Online episodes available
Jan 25, 10:00pm Annabel Langbein: The Free Range Cook
Annabel Langbein: The Free Range Cook
Fiesta for Friends (26 min)

Annabel Langbein picks heritage apples from a family orchard dedicated to preserving rare varieties in sunny Nelson, New Zealand. Returning to her lakeside cabin, she cooks a Mexican-style feast of succulent slow-cooked pork with smoky chili beans and guacamole, followed by the easiest, most refreshing apple and raspberry sorbets ever. Recipes from this episode: cinnamon apple fritters, garden gazpacho, Mexican rub, Mexican pulled pork, smoky chili beans, chunky guacamole, fresh flour tortillas, apple and berry sorbets.

NO
Jan 25, 10:30pm Bare Feet with Mickela Mallozzi
Where Asia Meets Europe (Turkey) (26 min)

Turkey is a country that crosses two continents, full of rich dance and music, from the bustling city of Istanbul to the fairy caves in Cappadocia. Mickela's magical journey through Turkey connects her with the locals through the universal language of dance.

YES
Online episodes available
Jan 25, 11:00pm Lidia's Kitchen
Vegetables (26 min)

Whether used in soups, roasted or stuffed, the Italians love their vegetables. In this episode, she makes a platter full of roasted peppers stuffed with tuna. She then creates a mellow dish of savory onions stuffed with lamb and sweet raisins. The cauliflower and tomato soup is one that warms the heart and any kitchen table.

NO
Jan 25, 11:30pm Cook's Country
Cook's Country
Muffins and Doughnuts Get A Makeover (26 min)

Host Christopher Kimball visits the Dorset Union Store in Dorset, Vermont, where doughnuts are baked fresh daily. Then, test cook Bridget Lancaster uncovers the secrets to making easier muffin tin doughnuts. Next, tasting expert Jack Bishop challenges Chris to a tasting of grapefruit juice. Then, equipment expert Adam Ried reveals his top picks for pod coffee makers. And finally, test cook Julia Collin Davison shows Chris how to make whole-wheat blueberry muffins.

NO
Jan 26 12:00am Ellie's Real Good Food
It's My Party (26 min)

Ellie prepares an ensemble of make-ahead dishes that are designed so that both party-giver and partygoers can equally enjoy the festivities. All these dishes can be cooked and frozen ahead of time and then simply reheated at party time. Go ahead: enjoy your own party. Recipes: Asian shrimp cakes served with 3 Ingredient Recipe: avocado-wasabi sauce; Chicken phyllo pies; Broccoli and sun-dried tomato flatbread; Chipotle black bean dip.

NO
Jan 26, 12:30am Pati's Mexican Table
Valladolid - A Day to Explore (26 min)

Pati shows us her favorite way to explore a city...without a plan, just following her nose. Today, she is in Valladolid, a city known to most as a stopover between Cancun and Merida, but this city has so much to explore, you will need a few days. Known for their smoked meats, try the local specialties lomitos de Valladolid and longaniza de Valladolid, explore the stunning churches, beautiful underground cenotes, and wander in and out of the local artisan's shops.

NO
Jan 26, 1:00am Ask This Old House
Bluestone, Mead, Wire Splices (26 min)

Out with the flagstone and in with the bluestone - Roger changes a dilapidated entrance into a welcoming walkway. Scott explains how to make wire connections. And feeling the need for mead, Kevin gets a lesson on creating the centuries-old elixir.

NO
Online episodes available
Jan 26, 1:30am Rick Steves' Europe
Istanbul (26 min)

Where Europe comes face to face with Asia, we'll explore the fascinating, multilayered city of Istanbul. We'll lose our way in the Grand Bazaar and feast like kings with locals at a fisherman's wharf. We'll follow the fall of the Byzantium and the rise of Islam at the city's ancient wall, Hagia Sophia, Blue Mosque and Topkapi Palace. To escape the city bustle, we'll board a boat on the churning Bosphorus, make friends over backgammon, and try a traditional bath.

NO
Online episodes available
Jan 26, 2:00am Art Wolfe's Travels to the Edge
Mongolia: Mountain to Steppe (26 min)

Known for its arid steppes, skilled nomadic horsemen and Genghis Khan, a visit to Mongolia feels like a trip back in time. At the annual Naadam Festival, contestants vie to be the victor in the centuries-old pursuits of wrestling, archery and horseracing. In episode twelve, Art Wolfe pursues prehistoric wild horses as they roam the steppe; rides in the mountains with a Kazakh tribesman who hunts with golden eagles; and catches up with nomadic reindeer herders at their summer camp near the Siberian border.

NO
Jan 26, 2:30am Lidia's Kitchen
Vegetables (26 min)

Whether used in soups, roasted or stuffed, the Italians love their vegetables. In this episode, she makes a platter full of roasted peppers stuffed with tuna. She then creates a mellow dish of savory onions stuffed with lamb and sweet raisins. The cauliflower and tomato soup is one that warms the heart and any kitchen table.

NO
Jan 26, 3:00am Sewing with Nancy
Magic Patterns, Part 1 (26 min)

Add a touch of imagination to patterns using a concept that originated over 90 years ago! Nancy and author/designer Amy Barickman show how to use contemporary patterns and add creative touches to inhance a wardrobe. Tiling computer printable patterns with ease, changing a tank top to a retro or modern design, and stretching creativity with a magical swirl skirt with several fashion possibilities.

NO
Online episodes available
Jan 26, 3:30am The Best of The Joy of Painting
Towering Glacier (27 min)

With a sweep of his brushes, Bob Ross paints a waterfall flowing at the foot of a magnificent mountainous glacier.

NO
Jan 26, 4:00am Lucky Chow
Bay Area's Pacific Rim Cuisine (28 min)

This episode introduces Olivia Wu, designer of the original Asian restaurant concepts on Google's "campus." Go behind-the-scenes at Google's first sit-down restaurant, as the assembly line churns out 2, 000 servings of the Indian fried rice dish, biryani. A visit to Google's purveyors showcases the ethos of the Bay Area food culture - local, seasonable and sustainable. After a career in Silicon Valley, two retired Japanese executives returned to their ancestral farming roots and constructed an indoor vertical farm which services some of the top restaurants in the Bay Area. The episode ends at a now-mainstream tofu factory.

NO
Jan 26, 4:30am Joanne Weir's Cooking Confidence
Middle-East Feast Or Spice It Up (26 min)

Joanne shows us how preserved lemons add vibrancy and a bright taste to hummus. Then, Jerry is back and ready to spice it up using cardamom and coriander to transform a plain chicken breast into unforgettable Spice-Dusted Chicken Skewers with Harissa Yogurt Sauce, served with Pearl Couscous. Recipes: Spiced Humus with Preserved Lemons, Spice-Dusted Chicken Skewers with Harissa Yogurt Sauce, Pearl Couscous (and variations). Student: Jerry Feldman.

NO
Jan 26, 5:00am Dining with the Chef
Saito's Family Curry Udon (28 min)

The Japanese noodle dish udon has garnered a lot of attention from overseas in recent years. In this episode, chef Tatsuo Saito and Yu Hayami make curry udon, which combines traditional Japanese udon noodles with curry, a western-style Japanese food. Chef Saito shares the secrets of the recipe he makes at home for his own family, made with kombucha and soy sauce. They also make jumbo shrimp tempura, the perfect addition to make curry udon feel extra special. And they offer tips and techniques on making crispy tempura, like how to scatter the batter when deep-frying.

NO
Jan 26, 5:30am Jacques Pepin: More Fast Food My Way
Jacques Pepin: More Fast Food My Way
Chef's Dream (26 min)

Combining silky tuna, crunchy apples, herbaceous chives and piquant shallots, Jacques assembles a mountain of fresh Bluefin Tuna Tartare with Apple to open the show. Inspired by the flavors of the east, Jacques prepares exotic Lamb Burgers with Feta Cheese cooked rare and served with a refreshing Yogurt-Cucumber Sauce and a gratin of sorts called Corn Parfait. He ends his cooking adventure with Cream Cheese and Fruit Medley.

YES
Jan 26, 6:00am Family Travel with Colleen Kelly
Family Travel with Colleen Kelly
Lake of the Ozarks - Family Fun Lake (26 min)

Discover the family fun offered in the 55,000-acre water playground known as Lake of the Ozarks in Missouri, with family travel expert Colleen Kelly. To kick off the vacation, Colleen and her kids get an aerial view of the lake, which shows off its unusual snakelike curves. The 1,100 miles of shoreline is perfect for watersports of all kinds, from fishing with a professional fisherman to learning how to wakeboard with a world champion! An old-fashioned paddle wheeler tour and a pirate ship adventure are exciting for grandparents and kids alike. In addition to all of the lakefront fun, there are family friendly activities on shore, too! Colleen and her girls meet a local family at Blair's Landing to learn how to make their sweet and unique treats. A visit to Lake of the Ozarks wouldn't be complete without a tour of the Bridal Cave to learn about the stories that lie beneath the earth. And the learning continues with a leisurely hike through Ha Ha Tonka State Park, where Colleen and her daughters meet a group of families to discover the history of the castle ruins located on the park grounds. It's a vacation packed with outdoor adventure!

NO
Jan 26, 6:30am Music Voyager
The Capital of Salsa (27 min)

The Colombian city of Cali, known as the world capital of salsa, also serves as the urban center of the country's Afro-Pacific culture. Host Jacob Edgar discovers why Columbia adopted as its native style the upbeat tropical dance music of salsa. He meets Grupo Niche, one of the world's most famous salsa bands, for a performance at their private club Dulce con Dulce, and explores the famous Juanchito neighborhood where salsa clubs line the streets. A four- time world champion salsa dance team demonstrates their moves in a square in downtown Cali (Plaza Caicedo), while the electronic duet No DJs provides a taste of cutting-edge Latin music. This episode also explores the local Afro-Pacific music with an intimate performance by Grupo Bahia on the banks of the Rio Melendez, and young bloods Herencia de Timbiqui demonstrate their funky grooves in the streets of the old city. Finally, Edgar jams in Matildelina with the hippest salsa band in Colombia, La-33, who bring a modern attitude to this classic style.

NO
Jan 26, 7:00am Woodwright's Shop
Tool Smithing with Peter Ross (26 min)

Dividers, calipers and turning tools take shape as master blacksmith Peter Ross shows Roy the art of tool-making.

YES
Jan 26, 7:30am Woodsmith Shop
Woodsmith Shop
Curves & Storage Cart Assembly (27 min)

In Details of Craftsmanship, smooth curves are added to the keepsake box. Also, discover a few tips about gluing up better panels in the Talking Shop segment.

NO
Jan 26, 8:00am Growing a Greener World
 Growing a Greener World
Gardening in the Desert Southwest (Phoenix, AZ) (26 min)

When it comes to gardening, one size most certainly does not fit all. What grows well in the cool Pacific Northwest would melt in the Florida heat. What thrives in the mild Southeast might never be hardy enough to handle a typical Midwestern winter. For many of us unfamiliar with the desert Southwest, we may believe that nothing can grow there at all. Yet it boasts one of the most horticulturally diverse regions in the country. It just takes a little local knowledge to master the nuances of growing a productive garden there. In this episode, we explore some of the unique beauty, challenges, and benefits to gardening in this part of the country where water is scarce and the brutal heat is the only predictable part of the weather.

NO
Online episodes available
Jan 26, 8:30am Craftsman's Legacy
Craftsman's Legacy
The Metal Shaper (26 min)

We're switching it up! Host becomes the guest as metal shaper Eric Gorges is the featured craftsman, letting master blacksmith Lorelei Sims (season one) do the interviewing while they heat it up and make a motorcycle fender.

NO
Jan 26, 9:00am Sewing with Nancy
Magic Patterns, Part 1 (26 min)

Add a touch of imagination to patterns using a concept that originated over 90 years ago! Nancy and author/designer Amy Barickman show how to use contemporary patterns and add creative touches to inhance a wardrobe. Tiling computer printable patterns with ease, changing a tank top to a retro or modern design, and stretching creativity with a magical swirl skirt with several fashion possibilities.

NO
Online episodes available
Jan 26, 9:30am The Best of The Joy of Painting
Towering Glacier (27 min)

With a sweep of his brushes, Bob Ross paints a waterfall flowing at the foot of a magnificent mountainous glacier.

NO
Jan 26, 10:00am Lucky Chow
Bay Area's Pacific Rim Cuisine (28 min)

This episode introduces Olivia Wu, designer of the original Asian restaurant concepts on Google's "campus." Go behind-the-scenes at Google's first sit-down restaurant, as the assembly line churns out 2, 000 servings of the Indian fried rice dish, biryani. A visit to Google's purveyors showcases the ethos of the Bay Area food culture - local, seasonable and sustainable. After a career in Silicon Valley, two retired Japanese executives returned to their ancestral farming roots and constructed an indoor vertical farm which services some of the top restaurants in the Bay Area. The episode ends at a now-mainstream tofu factory.

NO
Jan 26, 10:30am Joanne Weir's Cooking Confidence
Middle-East Feast Or Spice It Up (26 min)

Joanne shows us how preserved lemons add vibrancy and a bright taste to hummus. Then, Jerry is back and ready to spice it up using cardamom and coriander to transform a plain chicken breast into unforgettable Spice-Dusted Chicken Skewers with Harissa Yogurt Sauce, served with Pearl Couscous. Recipes: Spiced Humus with Preserved Lemons, Spice-Dusted Chicken Skewers with Harissa Yogurt Sauce, Pearl Couscous (and variations). Student: Jerry Feldman.

NO
Jan 26, 11:00am Dining with the Chef
Saito's Family Curry Udon (28 min)

The Japanese noodle dish udon has garnered a lot of attention from overseas in recent years. In this episode, chef Tatsuo Saito and Yu Hayami make curry udon, which combines traditional Japanese udon noodles with curry, a western-style Japanese food. Chef Saito shares the secrets of the recipe he makes at home for his own family, made with kombucha and soy sauce. They also make jumbo shrimp tempura, the perfect addition to make curry udon feel extra special. And they offer tips and techniques on making crispy tempura, like how to scatter the batter when deep-frying.

NO
Jan 26, 11:30am Jacques Pepin: More Fast Food My Way
Jacques Pepin: More Fast Food My Way
Chef's Dream (26 min)

Combining silky tuna, crunchy apples, herbaceous chives and piquant shallots, Jacques assembles a mountain of fresh Bluefin Tuna Tartare with Apple to open the show. Inspired by the flavors of the east, Jacques prepares exotic Lamb Burgers with Feta Cheese cooked rare and served with a refreshing Yogurt-Cucumber Sauce and a gratin of sorts called Corn Parfait. He ends his cooking adventure with Cream Cheese and Fruit Medley.

YES
Jan 26, 12:00pm Family Travel with Colleen Kelly
Family Travel with Colleen Kelly
Lake of the Ozarks - Family Fun Lake (26 min)

Discover the family fun offered in the 55,000-acre water playground known as Lake of the Ozarks in Missouri, with family travel expert Colleen Kelly. To kick off the vacation, Colleen and her kids get an aerial view of the lake, which shows off its unusual snakelike curves. The 1,100 miles of shoreline is perfect for watersports of all kinds, from fishing with a professional fisherman to learning how to wakeboard with a world champion! An old-fashioned paddle wheeler tour and a pirate ship adventure are exciting for grandparents and kids alike. In addition to all of the lakefront fun, there are family friendly activities on shore, too! Colleen and her girls meet a local family at Blair's Landing to learn how to make their sweet and unique treats. A visit to Lake of the Ozarks wouldn't be complete without a tour of the Bridal Cave to learn about the stories that lie beneath the earth. And the learning continues with a leisurely hike through Ha Ha Tonka State Park, where Colleen and her daughters meet a group of families to discover the history of the castle ruins located on the park grounds. It's a vacation packed with outdoor adventure!

NO
Jan 26, 12:30pm Music Voyager
The Capital of Salsa (27 min)

The Colombian city of Cali, known as the world capital of salsa, also serves as the urban center of the country's Afro-Pacific culture. Host Jacob Edgar discovers why Columbia adopted as its native style the upbeat tropical dance music of salsa. He meets Grupo Niche, one of the world's most famous salsa bands, for a performance at their private club Dulce con Dulce, and explores the famous Juanchito neighborhood where salsa clubs line the streets. A four- time world champion salsa dance team demonstrates their moves in a square in downtown Cali (Plaza Caicedo), while the electronic duet No DJs provides a taste of cutting-edge Latin music. This episode also explores the local Afro-Pacific music with an intimate performance by Grupo Bahia on the banks of the Rio Melendez, and young bloods Herencia de Timbiqui demonstrate their funky grooves in the streets of the old city. Finally, Edgar jams in Matildelina with the hippest salsa band in Colombia, La-33, who bring a modern attitude to this classic style.

NO
Jan 26, 1:00pm Rick Steves' Europe
Iran:Tehran and Side Trips (26 min)

As he's done with previous programs on Israel, Egypt, and Eastern Turkey, Rick takes us beyond Europe to a place that's rich with history...and mystery. In this first of two half-hour shows on Iran, Rick dodges traffic in Tehran, enjoys the tranquility of a nearby village, and encounters both anti-American propaganda and a warm welcome from everyday Iranians.

NO
Online episodes available
Jan 26, 1:30pm Woodsmith Shop
Woodsmith Shop
Curves & Storage Cart Assembly (27 min)

In Details of Craftsmanship, smooth curves are added to the keepsake box. Also, discover a few tips about gluing up better panels in the Talking Shop segment.

NO
Jan 26, 2:00pm Growing a Greener World
 Growing a Greener World
Gardening in the Desert Southwest (Phoenix, AZ) (26 min)

When it comes to gardening, one size most certainly does not fit all. What grows well in the cool Pacific Northwest would melt in the Florida heat. What thrives in the mild Southeast might never be hardy enough to handle a typical Midwestern winter. For many of us unfamiliar with the desert Southwest, we may believe that nothing can grow there at all. Yet it boasts one of the most horticulturally diverse regions in the country. It just takes a little local knowledge to master the nuances of growing a productive garden there. In this episode, we explore some of the unique beauty, challenges, and benefits to gardening in this part of the country where water is scarce and the brutal heat is the only predictable part of the weather.

NO
Online episodes available
Jan 26, 2:30pm Craftsman's Legacy
Craftsman's Legacy
The Metal Shaper (26 min)

We're switching it up! Host becomes the guest as metal shaper Eric Gorges is the featured craftsman, letting master blacksmith Lorelei Sims (season one) do the interviewing while they heat it up and make a motorcycle fender.

NO
Jan 26, 3:00pm Woodwright's Shop
Tool Smithing with Peter Ross (26 min)

Dividers, calipers and turning tools take shape as master blacksmith Peter Ross shows Roy the art of tool-making.

YES
Jan 26, 3:30pm Pati's Mexican Table
Isla Mujeres Inspired (26 min)

Isla Mujeres is a beautiful, peaceful paradise just across the Bahia de Mujeres (Bay of Women) from Cancun Mexico. Known for beautiful white sand beaches, crystal clear turquoise waters and the friendliest locals in the Mexican Caribbean, Isla Mujeres has become a haven for people from all over the world. Pati takes a day to explore this gorgeous island and try the local delicacy, tikin xic, fish marinated in a thick red sauce diluted with the juice of sour oranges and spices and wrapped in banana leaves for cooking.

NO
Friday, January 27
Jan 26, 4:00pm Chef's Life
What's Your Beef? (26 min)

Find out how Vivian's whole-cow program, after some initial hiccups, finds its groove. Mrs. Scarlett makes a classic cubed steak, inciting an epic tantrum from Flo. Vivian heads to New York to meet her new editor as work on her cookbook continues.

NO
Online episodes available
Jan 26, 4:30pm Jacques Pepin: Heart & Soul
Jacques Pepin: Heart & Soul
Viva Mexico! (26 min)

Jacques spends some of the winter months at his home-away-from-home, Playa Del Carmen, Mexico. Time basking in the sunshine and savoring the local flavors along with an occasional visit from friend Rick Bayless has inspired him to take us on a culinary adventure, beginning with a refreshing hibiscus flower cocktail. He continues with a duo of superlative seafood dishes of Yucatan ceviche and fillet of sole Riviera with pico de gallo. From sea to pasture, beef fillet mini steaks with mushrooms and shallots makes for a substantial main course. Finally, he ends with a frozen fruit dessert of grapefruit granite with mango and mojito cocktail.

NO
Jan 26, 5:00pm Martha Stewart's Cooking School
Grains (26 min)

Thanks to their excellent health benefits, grains have surged in popularity lately. There are infinite ways to prepare them, and in this episode Martha shows three of her favorites. First, she cooks a mushroom barley soup that's based on her mother's recipe. Next, she makes couscous royale, a great way to showcase a versatile grain. She finishes up with grits with broiled tomatoes, featuring bubbly cheddar cheese and crispy bacon.

NO
Online episodes available
Jan 26, 5:30pm America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated
Roast Chicken and Potatoes Revisited (26 min)

Test cook Julia Collin Davison shows host Christopher Kimball how to make the ultimate slow-roasted chicken parts with shallot-garlic pan sauce. Then, equipment expert Adam Ried reviews carbon-steel chef's knives. Finally, test cook Bridget Lancaster uncovers the secrets to the perfect boiled potatoes with black olive tapenade.

NO
Jan 26, 6:00pm New Orleans Cooking with Kevin Belton
Traditional Mexican (26 min)

Posole fish tacos with remoulade sauce, guacamole.

NO
Jan 26, 6:30pm Pati's Mexican Table
Isla Mujeres Inspired (26 min)

Isla Mujeres is a beautiful, peaceful paradise just across the Bahia de Mujeres (Bay of Women) from Cancun Mexico. Known for beautiful white sand beaches, crystal clear turquoise waters and the friendliest locals in the Mexican Caribbean, Isla Mujeres has become a haven for people from all over the world. Pati takes a day to explore this gorgeous island and try the local delicacy, tikin xic, fish marinated in a thick red sauce diluted with the juice of sour oranges and spices and wrapped in banana leaves for cooking.

NO
Jan 26, 7:00pm Woodwright's Shop
Tool Smithing with Peter Ross (26 min)

Dividers, calipers and turning tools take shape as master blacksmith Peter Ross shows Roy the art of tool-making.

YES
Jan 26, 7:30pm Travelscope
Crossing The Swiss Alps (26 min)

From cosmopolitan Geneva to the UNESCO heritage Aletsch Glacier Joseph travels through Switzerland by bus, train and lake steamer. In Geneva Joseph explores a city that has remained in the forefront of innovation and change and visits Lake Geneva's fascinating lakeside villages such as the Olympic city of Lausanne. While in the sun-rich, car-free, 7,000-foot atmosphere of Bettmeralp Joseph enjoys a typical Swiss experience that is filled with glacier treks, colorful festivals, local cuisine, the beauty of the rural countryside and warm Alpine hospitality.

YES
Jan 26, 8:00pm Travels with Darley
Belgium: Castles, Cities & Countryside (26 min)

Explore some of the most beautiful cities, countryside and castles in Belgium, mixing music, nature, food and culture in Dinant, Namur, Mons, Bastogne, Waterloo and beyond. Meet one of Belgium's top chefs, kayak to a castle, drink beer, indulge in rich chocolate and explore World War II history at battlefields where "Band of Brothers" filmed in Bastogne and more.

NO
Jan 26, 8:30pm Martha Stewart's Cooking School
Grains (26 min)

Thanks to their excellent health benefits, grains have surged in popularity lately. There are infinite ways to prepare them, and in this episode Martha shows three of her favorites. First, she cooks a mushroom barley soup that's based on her mother's recipe. Next, she makes couscous royale, a great way to showcase a versatile grain. She finishes up with grits with broiled tomatoes, featuring bubbly cheddar cheese and crispy bacon.

NO
Online episodes available
Jan 26, 9:00pm America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated
Roast Chicken and Potatoes Revisited (26 min)

Test cook Julia Collin Davison shows host Christopher Kimball how to make the ultimate slow-roasted chicken parts with shallot-garlic pan sauce. Then, equipment expert Adam Ried reviews carbon-steel chef's knives. Finally, test cook Bridget Lancaster uncovers the secrets to the perfect boiled potatoes with black olive tapenade.

NO
Jan 26, 9:30pm Chef's Life
What's Your Beef? (26 min)

Find out how Vivian's whole-cow program, after some initial hiccups, finds its groove. Mrs. Scarlett makes a classic cubed steak, inciting an epic tantrum from Flo. Vivian heads to New York to meet her new editor as work on her cookbook continues.

NO
Online episodes available
Jan 26, 10:00pm Lucky Chow
Bay Area's Pacific Rim Cuisine (28 min)

This episode introduces Olivia Wu, designer of the original Asian restaurant concepts on Google's "campus." Go behind-the-scenes at Google's first sit-down restaurant, as the assembly line churns out 2, 000 servings of the Indian fried rice dish, biryani. A visit to Google's purveyors showcases the ethos of the Bay Area food culture - local, seasonable and sustainable. After a career in Silicon Valley, two retired Japanese executives returned to their ancestral farming roots and constructed an indoor vertical farm which services some of the top restaurants in the Bay Area. The episode ends at a now-mainstream tofu factory.

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Jan 26, 10:30pm Get Ready to Rio! with Chef Hubert Keller
Hip, Hot & Trendy (26 min)

Chef Pedro Artagao, considered one of Rio's hottest up and coming chefs, gives Chef Keller a tour of his restaurant Iraja. Chef Pedro demonstrates three of his signature dishes, including a Caesar Kale Salad and a Picanha Beef with Manioc Puree. At midnight, Pedro introduces Chef Keller to an insider secret place: Galeto Sats Barbecue in Copacabana, a hotspot for chefs who meet and eat there after their shifts. The next day Chef Keller visits Rio's most famous microbrewery, Jeffrey Beer which has an art gallery and lab for testing new beers. Chef Keller is invited to a beer and cheese tasting before he leaves. The final night of his stay, Chef Keller is the guest of honor at a special Carioca (residents of Rio) barbecue arranged by the chefs and foodies he visited while in Rio. Set on the water, there are beautiful and mouthwatering meats sizzling on the grill, everything from roasts and steaks to sausages and ribs. They are accompanied by a myriad of delicious side dishes, plenty of ice cold beer and some intoxicating music. The perfect way to end a trip to Rio de Janeiro.

NO
Jan 26, 11:00pm Martha Stewart's Cooking School
Grains (26 min)

Thanks to their excellent health benefits, grains have surged in popularity lately. There are infinite ways to prepare them, and in this episode Martha shows three of her favorites. First, she cooks a mushroom barley soup that's based on her mother's recipe. Next, she makes couscous royale, a great way to showcase a versatile grain. She finishes up with grits with broiled tomatoes, featuring bubbly cheddar cheese and crispy bacon.

NO
Online episodes available
Jan 26, 11:30pm America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated
Roast Chicken and Potatoes Revisited (26 min)

Test cook Julia Collin Davison shows host Christopher Kimball how to make the ultimate slow-roasted chicken parts with shallot-garlic pan sauce. Then, equipment expert Adam Ried reviews carbon-steel chef's knives. Finally, test cook Bridget Lancaster uncovers the secrets to the perfect boiled potatoes with black olive tapenade.

NO
Jan 27 12:00am New Orleans Cooking with Kevin Belton
Traditional Mexican (26 min)

Posole fish tacos with remoulade sauce, guacamole.

NO
Jan 27, 12:30am Pati's Mexican Table
Isla Mujeres Inspired (26 min)

Isla Mujeres is a beautiful, peaceful paradise just across the Bahia de Mujeres (Bay of Women) from Cancun Mexico. Known for beautiful white sand beaches, crystal clear turquoise waters and the friendliest locals in the Mexican Caribbean, Isla Mujeres has become a haven for people from all over the world. Pati takes a day to explore this gorgeous island and try the local delicacy, tikin xic, fish marinated in a thick red sauce diluted with the juice of sour oranges and spices and wrapped in banana leaves for cooking.

NO
Jan 27, 1:00am Woodwright's Shop
Tool Smithing with Peter Ross (26 min)

Dividers, calipers and turning tools take shape as master blacksmith Peter Ross shows Roy the art of tool-making.

YES
Jan 27, 1:30am Travelscope
Crossing The Swiss Alps (26 min)

From cosmopolitan Geneva to the UNESCO heritage Aletsch Glacier Joseph travels through Switzerland by bus, train and lake steamer. In Geneva Joseph explores a city that has remained in the forefront of innovation and change and visits Lake Geneva's fascinating lakeside villages such as the Olympic city of Lausanne. While in the sun-rich, car-free, 7,000-foot atmosphere of Bettmeralp Joseph enjoys a typical Swiss experience that is filled with glacier treks, colorful festivals, local cuisine, the beauty of the rural countryside and warm Alpine hospitality.

YES
Jan 27, 2:00am Travels with Darley
Belgium: Castles, Cities & Countryside (26 min)

Explore some of the most beautiful cities, countryside and castles in Belgium, mixing music, nature, food and culture in Dinant, Namur, Mons, Bastogne, Waterloo and beyond. Meet one of Belgium's top chefs, kayak to a castle, drink beer, indulge in rich chocolate and explore World War II history at battlefields where "Band of Brothers" filmed in Bastogne and more.

NO
Jan 27, 2:30am Martha Stewart's Cooking School
Grains (26 min)

Thanks to their excellent health benefits, grains have surged in popularity lately. There are infinite ways to prepare them, and in this episode Martha shows three of her favorites. First, she cooks a mushroom barley soup that's based on her mother's recipe. Next, she makes couscous royale, a great way to showcase a versatile grain. She finishes up with grits with broiled tomatoes, featuring bubbly cheddar cheese and crispy bacon.

NO
Online episodes available
Jan 27, 3:00am Quilting Arts
Quilting Arts
Holiday Gifts and Decor (28 min)

Holidays are a magical time of the year and also the perfect time to showcase some of your quilting accomplishments. Candy Glendening has the first project, jolly holiday stockings to hang on the mantel. Next, Diane Rusin Doran shares a colorful mini stocking big enough to hold a treat and use as a decoration on a gift or as an ornament. Pokey closes the show with easy fabric wine coasters for a little holiday cheer.

NO
Jan 27, 3:30am Paint This with Jerry Yarnell
A Colorful Gateway, Part 2 (28 min)

In this episode, Jerry begins by adding another lighter value of scumbled leaves in the background. Then he shows how to under-paint the picket fence. Then shows how to create an elliptical affect of the stones on the pathway and then how to under-paint them. Next Jerry shows how to under-paint the bricks and paint in the large flower pot. He finishes by smudging in cast shadows and explaining things to come in the next episode.

NO
Jan 27, 4:00am Steven Raichlen's Project Smoke
Smoking The Competition-Our Tailgating Show (26 min)

Forget the contest on the gridiron. Tailgating gets a lot more interesting when you fire up your smoker. Invest in a portable smoker (if you don't already own one) and ply your guests with game-changers like Smoked Chicken Nachos and spicy Smokehouse Wings (firepower provided by Thai Sriracha hot sauce). Also on the menu is Wisconsin's idea of po'boys-crisp-skinned smoked bratwurst piled on rolls with smoked sauerkraut. Even our burgers come hickory- smoked-complete with a Rauchbier (smoked beer) Cheese Sauce. We're smoking the competition on Project Smoke. Recipes: Smoked Chicken Nachos; Smokehouse Wings; Double Brat Po' Boys; Hickory-Smoked Burgers with Rauchbier Cheese Sauce.

NO
Jan 27, 4:30am Cooking with Nick Stellino
Southern Comfort (26 min)

Chicken Milanese Southern Style; Biscuits & Gravy; Nanci's Lobster Mac & Cheese.

NO
Jan 27, 5:00am The Jazzy Vegetarian
Summer Soiree (26 min)

Host Laura Theodore prepares a scrumptious summer meal. This easy menu starts with chilled Cashew, Cucumber and Basil Soup paired with a vegan version of a seafood favorite - Not So Crabby Cakes, served with Classic Cocktail Sauce. For dessert, Deep Dark Chocolate Truffle Pudding is sure to please the chocolate lovers at your table.

YES
Jan 27, 5:30am Mexico -- One Plate at a Time with Rick Bayless
A Seafood Dream (26 min)

Restaurateur Gabriella Camara, owner of Contramar, just might be the most energetic woman in Mexico City. Raised by a family that loves food and fine service, she dreamed a dream of fresh fish served simply and respectfully. At 23, she opened her first restaurant, Contramar. Sixteen years later, Contramar remains at the top of everyone's list for phenomenal seafood and superior service. Her vision has expanded to include Baja's top Chef Jair Tellez. Their restaurant, Mero Toro, in the vibrant Condesa neighborhood, features a big city vibe and the passion of two people that truly love pristine seafood. Chef Jair shows Rick his simple, yet stunning, robalo with porcini and green garlic. At home, Rick makes Contramar's famous tuna tostadas and a green adobo grilled fish.

NO
Jan 27, 6:00am Burt Wolf: Travels & Traditions
Coming to America (26 min)

The final decades of the 1800s found much of Europe in a losing battle with over-population. Many people felt that their only hope for survival was to immigrate to The United States. They soon discovered that the streets were not paved with gold. In fact, most of the streets were not paved at all, and they were expected to pave them. In this program, Burt takes a look at who came, where they came from and what they contributed to the history of our nation.

NO
Jan 27, 6:30am Travelscope
Victoria, Australia (26 min)

Joseph catches the urban beat of Victoria's capital, Melbourne, then heads out on the Great Ocean Road to take in the natural scenery and survey the village scene in coastal towns. From the Shipwreck Coast through Victoria's wine country to the heart of Grampians National Park he travels in search of the best of Victoria. In addition to his town adventures, his journey takes him from one natural area to another in hot pursuit of Australia's wildlife where he has close encounters with kangaroos, koalas and emus. Along the way he is introduced to the original inhabitants and stewards of this great big land down under -- Australia's aboriginal people.

YES
Jan 27, 7:00am This Old House
Arlington Arts & Crafts | Underground Energy (26 min)

Electrician Scott Caron starts the process of burying electrical cables. Norm and Charlie build the porch base columns. Roger lays a new brick patio. The first row of kitchen cabinets is installed. Tommy and Kevin work on trimming the front gable.

NO
Online episodes available
Jan 27, 7:30am Rough Cut - Woodworking with Tommy Mac
Library Chair with Tom McLaughlin (28 min)

This week on Rough Cut Woodworking with Tommy Mac, Tommy is inspired by his Dad's old library chair. Back in the shop is Master Woodworker Tom McLaughlin, who's updating the design by adding a bent laminated seat rail, stack laminated crest rail and making the actual seat a bit more comfortable. Made out of cherry, this chair is sure to make it another generation in the MacDonald family.

NO
Jan 27, 8:00am P. Allen Smith's Garden Home
Homesteaders USA (27 min)

Allen Smith breaks down the basics of homesteading for beginners. From kitchen to bath, the experts have you covered for your journey to being self-sufficient.

NO
Jan 27, 8:30am Start Up
A Coffee Date (26 min)

Gary and the crew head to Seattle, Washington to talk with Suzie Lee, the creator of Siren, a online dating site that focuses on comfort, privacy and mutual respect. Then they head over to Oakland, California to meet up with Keba Konte, the founder of Red Bay Coffee, a roaster and coffee bar.

NO
Online episodes available
Jan 27, 9:00am Quilting Arts
Quilting Arts
Holiday Gifts and Decor (28 min)

Holidays are a magical time of the year and also the perfect time to showcase some of your quilting accomplishments. Candy Glendening has the first project, jolly holiday stockings to hang on the mantel. Next, Diane Rusin Doran shares a colorful mini stocking big enough to hold a treat and use as a decoration on a gift or as an ornament. Pokey closes the show with easy fabric wine coasters for a little holiday cheer.

NO
Jan 27, 9:30am Paint This with Jerry Yarnell
A Colorful Gateway, Part 2 (28 min)

In this episode, Jerry begins by adding another lighter value of scumbled leaves in the background. Then he shows how to under-paint the picket fence. Then shows how to create an elliptical affect of the stones on the pathway and then how to under-paint them. Next Jerry shows how to under-paint the bricks and paint in the large flower pot. He finishes by smudging in cast shadows and explaining things to come in the next episode.

NO
Jan 27, 10:00am Steven Raichlen's Project Smoke
Smoking The Competition-Our Tailgating Show (26 min)

Forget the contest on the gridiron. Tailgating gets a lot more interesting when you fire up your smoker. Invest in a portable smoker (if you don't already own one) and ply your guests with game-changers like Smoked Chicken Nachos and spicy Smokehouse Wings (firepower provided by Thai Sriracha hot sauce). Also on the menu is Wisconsin's idea of po'boys-crisp-skinned smoked bratwurst piled on rolls with smoked sauerkraut. Even our burgers come hickory- smoked-complete with a Rauchbier (smoked beer) Cheese Sauce. We're smoking the competition on Project Smoke. Recipes: Smoked Chicken Nachos; Smokehouse Wings; Double Brat Po' Boys; Hickory-Smoked Burgers with Rauchbier Cheese Sauce.

NO
Jan 27, 10:30am Cooking with Nick Stellino
Southern Comfort (26 min)

Chicken Milanese Southern Style; Biscuits & Gravy; Nanci's Lobster Mac & Cheese.

NO
Jan 27, 11:00am The Jazzy Vegetarian
Summer Soiree (26 min)

Host Laura Theodore prepares a scrumptious summer meal. This easy menu starts with chilled Cashew, Cucumber and Basil Soup paired with a vegan version of a seafood favorite - Not So Crabby Cakes, served with Classic Cocktail Sauce. For dessert, Deep Dark Chocolate Truffle Pudding is sure to please the chocolate lovers at your table.

YES
Jan 27, 11:30am Mexico -- One Plate at a Time with Rick Bayless
A Seafood Dream (26 min)

Restaurateur Gabriella Camara, owner of Contramar, just might be the most energetic woman in Mexico City. Raised by a family that loves food and fine service, she dreamed a dream of fresh fish served simply and respectfully. At 23, she opened her first restaurant, Contramar. Sixteen years later, Contramar remains at the top of everyone's list for phenomenal seafood and superior service. Her vision has expanded to include Baja's top Chef Jair Tellez. Their restaurant, Mero Toro, in the vibrant Condesa neighborhood, features a big city vibe and the passion of two people that truly love pristine seafood. Chef Jair shows Rick his simple, yet stunning, robalo with porcini and green garlic. At home, Rick makes Contramar's famous tuna tostadas and a green adobo grilled fish.

NO
Jan 27, 12:00pm Burt Wolf: Travels & Traditions
Coming to America (26 min)

The final decades of the 1800s found much of Europe in a losing battle with over-population. Many people felt that their only hope for survival was to immigrate to The United States. They soon discovered that the streets were not paved with gold. In fact, most of the streets were not paved at all, and they were expected to pave them. In this program, Burt takes a look at who came, where they came from and what they contributed to the history of our nation.

NO
Jan 27, 12:30pm Travelscope
Victoria, Australia (26 min)

Joseph catches the urban beat of Victoria's capital, Melbourne, then heads out on the Great Ocean Road to take in the natural scenery and survey the village scene in coastal towns. From the Shipwreck Coast through Victoria's wine country to the heart of Grampians National Park he travels in search of the best of Victoria. In addition to his town adventures, his journey takes him from one natural area to another in hot pursuit of Australia's wildlife where he has close encounters with kangaroos, koalas and emus. Along the way he is introduced to the original inhabitants and stewards of this great big land down under -- Australia's aboriginal people.

YES
Jan 27, 1:00pm Rick Steves' Europe
Iran's Historic Capitals (26 min)

Iran's rich history goes back millennia, to the days when Persepolis was home to "the king of kings." In this episode, Rick Steves explores three historic capitals of Iran: Persepolis, with its splendid monuments; Shiraz, with the tombs of Iran's most beloved poets; and Esfahan, with its extraordinary mosques and endearing people.

NO
Online episodes available
Jan 27, 1:30pm Rough Cut - Woodworking with Tommy Mac
Library Chair with Tom McLaughlin (28 min)

This week on Rough Cut Woodworking with Tommy Mac, Tommy is inspired by his Dad's old library chair. Back in the shop is Master Woodworker Tom McLaughlin, who's updating the design by adding a bent laminated seat rail, stack laminated crest rail and making the actual seat a bit more comfortable. Made out of cherry, this chair is sure to make it another generation in the MacDonald family.

NO
Jan 27, 2:00pm P. Allen Smith's Garden Home
Homesteaders USA (27 min)

Allen Smith breaks down the basics of homesteading for beginners. From kitchen to bath, the experts have you covered for your journey to being self-sufficient.

NO
Jan 27, 2:30pm Start Up
A Coffee Date (26 min)

Gary and the crew head to Seattle, Washington to talk with Suzie Lee, the creator of Siren, a online dating site that focuses on comfort, privacy and mutual respect. Then they head over to Oakland, California to meet up with Keba Konte, the founder of Red Bay Coffee, a roaster and coffee bar.

NO
Online episodes available
Jan 27, 3:00pm This Old House
Arlington Arts & Crafts | Underground Energy (26 min)

Electrician Scott Caron starts the process of burying electrical cables. Norm and Charlie build the porch base columns. Roger lays a new brick patio. The first row of kitchen cabinets is installed. Tommy and Kevin work on trimming the front gable.

NO
Online episodes available
Jan 27, 3:30pm Pati's Mexican Table
Cancun: We Meet Again (26 min)

When most people think of the Yucatan Peninsula, they think of Cancun. A vacationer's paradise with the most beautiful turquoise waters and white sand beaches, hotels with every amenity possible and food from around the world. Pati explores this young city of only 30 years, tasting some of the most inventive dishes at Crab House, like their Alaskan wontons. She also experiences the fusion of traditional Mexican cuisine with an international twist, like tuna tartar Kibi and cold pork belly salad at Casa de Cristian Morales.

NO
Saturday, January 28
Jan 27, 4:00pm Simply Ming
California - Animal (26 min)

This week on Simply Ming, we'll check out the LA hotspot Animal. Watch as Ming meets with the two visionaries behind the project, chefs Jon Shook and Vinny Dotolo. Don't miss out on what each of these talented chefs have in store for you!

NO
Jan 27, 4:30pm Hubert Keller: Secrets of a Chef
 Hubert Keller: Secrets of a Chef
Healthy and Delicious, Part 1 (28 min)

After a basic lesson in grilling vegetables, Chef Keller makes a creamy avocado hollandaise without butter or eggs. He then makes a delicious zucchini hors d'oeuvres stuffed with parmesan and arugula. Grilled Vegetables with Avocado Hollandaise, & Zucchini Carpaccio Rolls with Arugula and Parmesan.

NO
Jan 27, 5:00pm Lidia's Kitchen
Dough and Crusts (26 min)

Italians will wrap anything in dough, whether it's savory or sweet, and still have time for a classic. Lidia begins this meal with a savory zucchini and rice crostata. She then turns to the sweets with a celebration of zeppole, a fried delicious dough stuffed with creamy ricotta. Grandma Erminia, who has the sweet tooth in the family, joins Lidia for this segment. Lastly, there is still time for a classic and Lidia prepares an easy steamed mussel dish with white wine, onions, bay leaves and pepperoncino.

NO
Jan 27, 5:30pm Cook's Country
Cook's Country
A Hearty Fall Dinner (26 min)

Test cook Bridget Lancaster shows host Christopher Kimball how to make skillet roast chicken and potatoes at home. Then, tasting expert Jack Bishop challenges host Christopher Kimball to a tasting of brown mustard. Then, Chris shares a test kitchen tip for aerating wine. Next, test cook Julia Collin Davison uncovers the secrets to perfect Brussels sprout salad. And finally, Chris teaches a cooking class all about secret ingredient biscuits.

NO
Jan 27, 6:00pm Ellie's Real Good Food
Spring Break with No Regrets (26 min)

Ellie shows us how to transform a vacation from an unhealthy free-for-all into an opportunity to find new flavors you can use to bring your good times home. Recipes: Caribbean chickpea curry wraps, Jerk pork loin with mango cucumber salsa, Grilled pineapple with coconut whip.

NO
Jan 27, 6:30pm Pati's Mexican Table
Cancun: We Meet Again (26 min)

When most people think of the Yucatan Peninsula, they think of Cancun. A vacationer's paradise with the most beautiful turquoise waters and white sand beaches, hotels with every amenity possible and food from around the world. Pati explores this young city of only 30 years, tasting some of the most inventive dishes at Crab House, like their Alaskan wontons. She also experiences the fusion of traditional Mexican cuisine with an international twist, like tuna tartar Kibi and cold pork belly salad at Casa de Cristian Morales.

NO
Jan 27, 7:00pm This Old House
Arlington Arts & Crafts | Underground Energy (26 min)

Electrician Scott Caron starts the process of burying electrical cables. Norm and Charlie build the porch base columns. Roger lays a new brick patio. The first row of kitchen cabinets is installed. Tommy and Kevin work on trimming the front gable.

NO
Online episodes available
Jan 27, 7:30pm Globe Trekker
Globe Trekker
Food Hour: The Story of Cheese (57 min)

Rosie Lovell visits the Cheese Makers Market in Beaconsfield, England, a farm in the Cotswolds and the oldest cheese monger in London to observe British techniques. Justine Shapiro travels to northern France to unearth their secrets while Christina Chang heads to Roquefort in the south for a look at the aromatic caves where that eponymous cheese is aged. Megan McCormick takes us to Parma, Italy for a taste of Parmigiano Reggiano while Bobby Chinn tours Sicily and discovers what makes ricotta so special. Brianna Barnes visits Gruyere, Switzerland to enjoy their glorious cheese while Rosie explores Castilla La Mancha in Spain and samples Manchego. Other destinations include Athens, Lebanon and Istanbul.

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Jan 27, 8:30pm Lidia's Kitchen
Dough and Crusts (26 min)

Italians will wrap anything in dough, whether it's savory or sweet, and still have time for a classic. Lidia begins this meal with a savory zucchini and rice crostata. She then turns to the sweets with a celebration of zeppole, a fried delicious dough stuffed with creamy ricotta. Grandma Erminia, who has the sweet tooth in the family, joins Lidia for this segment. Lastly, there is still time for a classic and Lidia prepares an easy steamed mussel dish with white wine, onions, bay leaves and pepperoncino.

NO
Jan 27, 9:00pm Cook's Country
Cook's Country
A Hearty Fall Dinner (26 min)

Test cook Bridget Lancaster shows host Christopher Kimball how to make skillet roast chicken and potatoes at home. Then, tasting expert Jack Bishop challenges host Christopher Kimball to a tasting of brown mustard. Then, Chris shares a test kitchen tip for aerating wine. Next, test cook Julia Collin Davison uncovers the secrets to perfect Brussels sprout salad. And finally, Chris teaches a cooking class all about secret ingredient biscuits.

NO
Jan 27, 9:30pm Simply Ming
California - Animal (26 min)

This week on Simply Ming, we'll check out the LA hotspot Animal. Watch as Ming meets with the two visionaries behind the project, chefs Jon Shook and Vinny Dotolo. Don't miss out on what each of these talented chefs have in store for you!

NO
Jan 27, 10:00pm Steven Raichlen's Project Smoke
Smoking The Competition-Our Tailgating Show (26 min)

Forget the contest on the gridiron. Tailgating gets a lot more interesting when you fire up your smoker. Invest in a portable smoker (if you don't already own one) and ply your guests with game-changers like Smoked Chicken Nachos and spicy Smokehouse Wings (firepower provided by Thai Sriracha hot sauce). Also on the menu is Wisconsin's idea of po'boys-crisp-skinned smoked bratwurst piled on rolls with smoked sauerkraut. Even our burgers come hickory- smoked-complete with a Rauchbier (smoked beer) Cheese Sauce. We're smoking the competition on Project Smoke. Recipes: Smoked Chicken Nachos; Smokehouse Wings; Double Brat Po' Boys; Hickory-Smoked Burgers with Rauchbier Cheese Sauce.

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Jan 27, 10:30pm Grannies on Safari
Grannies On Safari
Varanasi - India's Spiritual Capital & Bangalore - A Commercial Star (26 min)

The Grannies make a pilgrimage on bicycle rickshaws to the "Ganga Ma" or Mother Ganges, a place of life and death revered in the Hindu religion. They observe day and evening celebrations, rituals and even participate. They visit a factory famous for Varanasi silk and of course shop! A quick flight to Southern India and to the city of Bangalore, a known major tech metropolis, brought new experiences. The Grannies explore glamorous shopping centers and look for bargains at quaint neighborhood crafts fairs. They try their hand at Indian cooking and select elegant saris and have them fitted by master Sari makers. The ladies are welcomed by distinguished citizens who invite them to a traditional Indian wedding bachelorette party and dine at a country club that looks straight out of an Ivory Merchant film.

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Jan 27, 11:00pm Lidia's Kitchen
Dough and Crusts (26 min)

Italians will wrap anything in dough, whether it's savory or sweet, and still have time for a classic. Lidia begins this meal with a savory zucchini and rice crostata. She then turns to the sweets with a celebration of zeppole, a fried delicious dough stuffed with creamy ricotta. Grandma Erminia, who has the sweet tooth in the family, joins Lidia for this segment. Lastly, there is still time for a classic and Lidia prepares an easy steamed mussel dish with white wine, onions, bay leaves and pepperoncino.

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Jan 27, 11:30pm Cook's Country
Cook's Country
A Hearty Fall Dinner (26 min)

Test cook Bridget Lancaster shows host Christopher Kimball how to make skillet roast chicken and potatoes at home. Then, tasting expert Jack Bishop challenges host Christopher Kimball to a tasting of brown mustard. Then, Chris shares a test kitchen tip for aerating wine. Next, test cook Julia Collin Davison uncovers the secrets to perfect Brussels sprout salad. And finally, Chris teaches a cooking class all about secret ingredient biscuits.

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Jan 28 12:00am Ellie's Real Good Food
Spring Break with No Regrets (26 min)

Ellie shows us how to transform a vacation from an unhealthy free-for-all into an opportunity to find new flavors you can use to bring your good times home. Recipes: Caribbean chickpea curry wraps, Jerk pork loin with mango cucumber salsa, Grilled pineapple with coconut whip.

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Jan 28, 12:30am Pati's Mexican Table
Cancun: We Meet Again (26 min)

When most people think of the Yucatan Peninsula, they think of Cancun. A vacationer's paradise with the most beautiful turquoise waters and white sand beaches, hotels with every amenity possible and food from around the world. Pati explores this young city of only 30 years, tasting some of the most inventive dishes at Crab House, like their Alaskan wontons. She also experiences the fusion of traditional Mexican cuisine with an international twist, like tuna tartar Kibi and cold pork belly salad at Casa de Cristian Morales.

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Jan 28, 1:00am This Old House
Arlington Arts & Crafts | Underground Energy (26 min)

Electrician Scott Caron starts the process of burying electrical cables. Norm and Charlie build the porch base columns. Roger lays a new brick patio. The first row of kitchen cabinets is installed. Tommy and Kevin work on trimming the front gable.

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Online episodes available
Jan 28, 1:30am Globe Trekker
Globe Trekker
Food Hour: The Story of Cheese (57 min)

Rosie Lovell visits the Cheese Makers Market in Beaconsfield, England, a farm in the Cotswolds and the oldest cheese monger in London to observe British techniques. Justine Shapiro travels to northern France to unearth their secrets while Christina Chang heads to Roquefort in the south for a look at the aromatic caves where that eponymous cheese is aged. Megan McCormick takes us to Parma, Italy for a taste of Parmigiano Reggiano while Bobby Chinn tours Sicily and discovers what makes ricotta so special. Brianna Barnes visits Gruyere, Switzerland to enjoy their glorious cheese while Rosie explores Castilla La Mancha in Spain and samples Manchego. Other destinations include Athens, Lebanon and Istanbul.

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Jan 28, 2:30am Lidia's Kitchen
Dough and Crusts (26 min)

Italians will wrap anything in dough, whether it's savory or sweet, and still have time for a classic. Lidia begins this meal with a savory zucchini and rice crostata. She then turns to the sweets with a celebration of zeppole, a fried delicious dough stuffed with creamy ricotta. Grandma Erminia, who has the sweet tooth in the family, joins Lidia for this segment. Lastly, there is still time for a classic and Lidia prepares an easy steamed mussel dish with white wine, onions, bay leaves and pepperoncino.

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Jan 28, 3:00am Rick Steves' Europe
Germany's Hamburg and the Luther Trail (26 min)

Hamburg, Germany's mighty port city has risen from the ashes of World War II with a gleaming new skyline and a brisk creative energy. From there, Rick visits the great historic sights of Martin Luther and the Reformation (Erfurt, Wittenberg, and Wartburg Castle) before finishing in the capital of Franconia: wine-loving Wurzburg.

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Online episodes available
Jan 28, 3:30am Rick Steves' Europe
Germany's Dresden and Leipzig (26 min)

Saxony, part of the former East Germany, remains a secret to most travelers. Rick visits the two great cities of the region: the capital city of Dresden, with the opulent palaces and art treasures of the Wettin dynasty, and Leipzig, with its Bach heritage, a massive monument to the day Europe beat Napoleon, and museums remembering its communist heritage.

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Online episodes available
Jan 28, 4:00am Rick Steves' Europe
Germany's Frankfurt and Nurnberg (26 min)

Skyscraper-studded Frankfurt - with so much commerce it's nicknamed "Bankfurt" - has a delightful-to-explore old center. Rick also visits Nurnberg, a capital for both the First Reich (the Holy Roman Empire) and the Third. From its towering castle and playful fountains to its Nazi Documentation Center and maze of underground bomb shelters, Nurnberg is a fascinating study in contrasts.

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Online episodes available
Jan 28, 4:30am Rick Steves' Europe
Bulgaria (26 min)

Bulgaria, so mysterious to most Americans, has a vivid identity as a crossroads of the Balkans. Rick traces the country's complex history, from ancient Thracian tombs to medieval Orthodox Christian monasteries to Soviet monuments. And he enjoys an intimate taste of contemporary culture: the yellow brick road of Sofia; the gregarious craftspeople of the medieval capital, Veliko Tarnovo; and the thriving pedestrian zones of cosmopolitan Plovdiv.

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Online episodes available
Jan 28, 5:00am Rick Steves' Europe
Romania (26 min)

Rick and his team tour Romania's vibrant capital, Bucharest, with its "Little Paris of the East" architecture and lingering reminders of a brutal communist dictator. Then they head into Transylvania, where they visit fortified churches, cobbled merchant towns like Sighisoara, and castles made famous by an imported German king and the real-life Dracula. Finally, they explore Maramures, where everyday life still feels like an open-air folk museum.

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Jan 28, 5:30am Rick Steves' Europe
Assisi and Italian Country Charm (26 min)

In the Italian countryside, Rick connects with rustic, traditional culture: enjoying an agriturismo (farmhouse inn), seeing how prosciutto and pecorino cheese are made, and hiking down into deep and ancient wine cellars. He ends in Assisi - the hometown of St. Francis - which retains its spiritual aura to this day. Like pilgrims, he explores its stony center before trekking to its awe-inspiring basilica, built on the tomb of the beloved saint.

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Jan 28, 6:00am Rick Steves' Europe
Siena and Tuscany's Wine Country (26 min)

Siena, once a proud and independent city-state, retains its confidence and unique traditions. Rick enjoys a front-row seat at its wild horse race - the venerable Palio - and marvel at cultural treasures from the days when Siena rivaled Florence for leadership of Tuscany. Then he heads into wine country for a little dolce vita under the Tuscan sun.

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Jan 28, 6:30am Rick Steves' Europe
West England (26 min)

The quintessence of charming England is the "West Country": quaint Cotswold villages with their fine churches, manor homes, and gastropubs; Wells, England's smallest cathedral town; and the New Age capital of Glastonbury, with its legends of the Holy Grail and King Arthur. He finishes by pondering the dramatic prehistoric stone circles of Stonehenge and Avebury.

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Online episodes available
Jan 28, 7:00am Rick Steves' Europe
Southeast England (26 min)

Arcing along the southeast coast of England, Rick travels from Canterbury (with its famous cathedral) to Dover (stoutly fortified from Roman times to the Battle of Britain). Then he hikes the trails that top the towering chalk cliffs of the South Downs, wander into the beachy resort of Brighton (England's Coney Island), and push on to Portsmouth, whose naval heritage has left it with the best collection of historic sailing ships anywhere.

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Jan 28, 7:30am Rick Steves' Europe
England's Cornwall (26 min)

The far southwest of England is a world unto itself, with a persistent Cornish culture. He explores a world of flowers springing from towering hedges, a tin-mining heritage going back to biblical times, salty pirates' towns and fishing villages, and the Land's End of England. Then, side-tripping deep into the vast and mysterious Dartmoor National Park, he hikes to forgotten stone circles and chase wild ponies.

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Online episodes available
Jan 28, 8:00am Rick Steves' Europe
Prague (26 min)

The capital of the Czech Republic, Prague is the best-preserved Baroque city in Central Europe. We experience its massive castle, beloved statue-lined bridge, evocative Jewish Quarter, and thrilling 20th-century history while enjoying its infectious love of music and perhaps the best beer in Europe. With a beautifully preserved Old Town, Prague deserves its nickname: the Golden City of a Hundred Spires.

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Jan 28, 8:30am Rick Steves' Europe
Berlin (26 min)

A tumultuous 20th century left Berlin filled with powerful sights - from evocative memorials, to surviving bits of its communist and fascist days, to its glass-domed Reichstag. We enjoy its now-trendy east side, its people-friendly riverfront, and its vibrant social scene. Reunited Berlin - perhaps the fastest changing and most happening city in Europe - is entertaining more visitors than ever.

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Online episodes available
Jan 28, 9:00am Pati's Mexican Table
Ancient Yucatan with My Boys (26 min)

Pati's three sons are in Mexico and Pati wants them to experience the essence of the Yucatan. First stop, they climb the ancient ruins of Uxmal and discover how advanced the ancient Maya civilizations were. After an exhaustive exploration, the boys cool off in one of the thousands of hidden cenotes (swimming holes). To fill their bellies, the boys eat the best tamales they have ever tasted and the regions signature dish, cochinita pibil, which uses the ancient technique of cooking the meat with heated rocks buried underground.

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Jan 28, 9:30am Simply Ming
California - Roy Choi (26 min)

While in LA, Ming stops by the chat with praised local chef Roy Choi. Roy takes Ming on a ride in one of his popular food trucks while they cook up some daring cuisine. All that and more, this week on Simply Ming!

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Jan 28, 10:00am Hubert Keller: Secrets of a Chef
 Hubert Keller: Secrets of a Chef
Fun in the Kitchen (28 min)

Using fun and creative presentations, Chef Keller shows how to make recipes that will dazzle both the eyes and taste buds. He prepares Moroccan-spiced lamb lollipops served with a spicy homemade ketchup and tzatziki sauce. Then it's a delicate vol-au-vent or puff pastry shell filled with luscious escargots bathed in wine and garlic butter. Morrocan-Spiced Lamb Lollipops with Spicy Ketchup and Tzatziki Sauce, Escargot in Puff Pastry Shells, & Champagne Cocktail with Margarita Sorbet.

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Jan 28, 10:30am Lidia's Kitchen
Baked Pasta (26 min)

Everyone loves baked pasta, and in this episode, Lidia prepares a baked penne dish with a comforting pork ragu and zucchini topped with a golden crust of cheese. She also makes an elegant salad of asparagus, scallions and boiled egg and finishes the meal with a delicious and moist chocolate zucchini cake.

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Jan 28, 11:00am Cook's Country
Cook's Country
American Classics with a Twist (26 min)

Test cook Bridget Lancaster shows host Christopher Kimball how to make frosted meatloaf at home. Next, tasting expert Jack Bishop challenges Chris to a tasting of frozen pizzas. And finally, test cook Julia Collin Davison uncovers the secrets to apple pie with cheddar cheese crust.

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Jan 28, 11:30am Ellie's Real Good Food
Teeny Kitchen (26 min)

Ellie helps out a couple contending with the challenges of cooking in a tiny apartment kitchen. Ellie proves that with just a few key pans and gadgets, and some smart recipes, anyone can produce fantastic meals in even the most cramped quarters. Recipes: Herbed salmon and orzo casserole with feta; Beef and many vegetable stew; Lemon garlic turkey breast with roasted rosemary potatoes and Brussels sprouts.

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Jan 28, 12:00pm Pati's Mexican Table
Ancient Yucatan with My Boys (26 min)

Pati's three sons are in Mexico and Pati wants them to experience the essence of the Yucatan. First stop, they climb the ancient ruins of Uxmal and discover how advanced the ancient Maya civilizations were. After an exhaustive exploration, the boys cool off in one of the thousands of hidden cenotes (swimming holes). To fill their bellies, the boys eat the best tamales they have ever tasted and the regions signature dish, cochinita pibil, which uses the ancient technique of cooking the meat with heated rocks buried underground.

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Jan 28, 12:30pm This Old House
Arlington Arts & Crafts | Underground Energy (26 min)

Electrician Scott Caron starts the process of burying electrical cables. Norm and Charlie build the porch base columns. Roger lays a new brick patio. The first row of kitchen cabinets is installed. Tommy and Kevin work on trimming the front gable.

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Online episodes available
Jan 28, 1:00pm Globe Trekker
Globe Trekker
Caribbean Islands: St. Lucia, Martinique (56 min)

Zoe Palmer visits the spectacularly beautiful islands of St Lucia, Martinique and Montserrat. Surrounded by stunning rainforests, mountains and volcanoes with a hybrid of English, African and French heritage, these islands deserve their reputation as one of the top vacation spots in the world.

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Jan 28, 2:00pm Lidia's Kitchen
Baked Pasta (26 min)

Everyone loves baked pasta, and in this episode, Lidia prepares a baked penne dish with a comforting pork ragu and zucchini topped with a golden crust of cheese. She also makes an elegant salad of asparagus, scallions and boiled egg and finishes the meal with a delicious and moist chocolate zucchini cake.

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Jan 28, 2:30pm Cook's Country
Cook's Country
American Classics with a Twist (26 min)

Test cook Bridget Lancaster shows host Christopher Kimball how to make frosted meatloaf at home. Next, tasting expert Jack Bishop challenges Chris to a tasting of frozen pizzas. And finally, test cook Julia Collin Davison uncovers the secrets to apple pie with cheddar cheese crust.

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Jan 28, 3:00pm Rick Steves' Europe
Germany's Hamburg and the Luther Trail (26 min)

Hamburg, Germany's mighty port city has risen from the ashes of World War II with a gleaming new skyline and a brisk creative energy. From there, Rick visits the great historic sights of Martin Luther and the Reformation (Erfurt, Wittenberg, and Wartburg Castle) before finishing in the capital of Franconia: wine-loving Wurzburg.

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Online episodes available
Jan 28, 3:30pm Rick Steves' Europe
Germany's Dresden and Leipzig (26 min)

Saxony, part of the former East Germany, remains a secret to most travelers. Rick visits the two great cities of the region: the capital city of Dresden, with the opulent palaces and art treasures of the Wettin dynasty, and Leipzig, with its Bach heritage, a massive monument to the day Europe beat Napoleon, and museums remembering its communist heritage.

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Online episodes available
Sunday, January 29
Jan 28, 4:00pm Rick Steves' Europe
Germany's Frankfurt and Nurnberg (26 min)

Skyscraper-studded Frankfurt - with so much commerce it's nicknamed "Bankfurt" - has a delightful-to-explore old center. Rick also visits Nurnberg, a capital for both the First Reich (the Holy Roman Empire) and the Third. From its towering castle and playful fountains to its Nazi Documentation Center and maze of underground bomb shelters, Nurnberg is a fascinating study in contrasts.

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Online episodes available
Jan 28, 4:30pm Rick Steves' Europe
Bulgaria (26 min)

Bulgaria, so mysterious to most Americans, has a vivid identity as a crossroads of the Balkans. Rick traces the country's complex history, from ancient Thracian tombs to medieval Orthodox Christian monasteries to Soviet monuments. And he enjoys an intimate taste of contemporary culture: the yellow brick road of Sofia; the gregarious craftspeople of the medieval capital, Veliko Tarnovo; and the thriving pedestrian zones of cosmopolitan Plovdiv.

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Online episodes available
Jan 28, 5:00pm Rick Steves' Europe
Romania (26 min)

Rick and his team tour Romania's vibrant capital, Bucharest, with its "Little Paris of the East" architecture and lingering reminders of a brutal communist dictator. Then they head into Transylvania, where they visit fortified churches, cobbled merchant towns like Sighisoara, and castles made famous by an imported German king and the real-life Dracula. Finally, they explore Maramures, where everyday life still feels like an open-air folk museum.

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Online episodes available
Jan 28, 5:30pm Rick Steves' Europe
Assisi and Italian Country Charm (26 min)

In the Italian countryside, Rick connects with rustic, traditional culture: enjoying an agriturismo (farmhouse inn), seeing how prosciutto and pecorino cheese are made, and hiking down into deep and ancient wine cellars. He ends in Assisi - the hometown of St. Francis - which retains its spiritual aura to this day. Like pilgrims, he explores its stony center before trekking to its awe-inspiring basilica, built on the tomb of the beloved saint.

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Online episodes available
Jan 28, 6:00pm Rick Steves' Europe
Siena and Tuscany's Wine Country (26 min)

Siena, once a proud and independent city-state, retains its confidence and unique traditions. Rick enjoys a front-row seat at its wild horse race - the venerable Palio - and marvel at cultural treasures from the days when Siena rivaled Florence for leadership of Tuscany. Then he heads into wine country for a little dolce vita under the Tuscan sun.

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Online episodes available
Jan 28, 6:30pm Rick Steves' Europe
West England (26 min)

The quintessence of charming England is the "West Country": quaint Cotswold villages with their fine churches, manor homes, and gastropubs; Wells, England's smallest cathedral town; and the New Age capital of Glastonbury, with its legends of the Holy Grail and King Arthur. He finishes by pondering the dramatic prehistoric stone circles of Stonehenge and Avebury.

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Online episodes available
Jan 28, 7:00pm Rick Steves' Europe
Southeast England (26 min)

Arcing along the southeast coast of England, Rick travels from Canterbury (with its famous cathedral) to Dover (stoutly fortified from Roman times to the Battle of Britain). Then he hikes the trails that top the towering chalk cliffs of the South Downs, wander into the beachy resort of Brighton (England's Coney Island), and push on to Portsmouth, whose naval heritage has left it with the best collection of historic sailing ships anywhere.

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Online episodes available
Jan 28, 7:30pm Rick Steves' Europe
England's Cornwall (26 min)

The far southwest of England is a world unto itself, with a persistent Cornish culture. He explores a world of flowers springing from towering hedges, a tin-mining heritage going back to biblical times, salty pirates' towns and fishing villages, and the Land's End of England. Then, side-tripping deep into the vast and mysterious Dartmoor National Park, he hikes to forgotten stone circles and chase wild ponies.

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Online episodes available
Jan 28, 8:00pm Rick Steves' Europe
Prague (26 min)

The capital of the Czech Republic, Prague is the best-preserved Baroque city in Central Europe. We experience its massive castle, beloved statue-lined bridge, evocative Jewish Quarter, and thrilling 20th-century history while enjoying its infectious love of music and perhaps the best beer in Europe. With a beautifully preserved Old Town, Prague deserves its nickname: the Golden City of a Hundred Spires.

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Online episodes available
Jan 28, 8:30pm Rick Steves' Europe
Berlin (26 min)

A tumultuous 20th century left Berlin filled with powerful sights - from evocative memorials, to surviving bits of its communist and fascist days, to its glass-domed Reichstag. We enjoy its now-trendy east side, its people-friendly riverfront, and its vibrant social scene. Reunited Berlin - perhaps the fastest changing and most happening city in Europe - is entertaining more visitors than ever.

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Online episodes available
Jan 28, 9:00pm America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated
Pork and Pears (26 min)

Test cook Bridget Lancaster reveals the secrets to making the best milk-braised pork loin. Then, tasting expert Jack Bishop challenges host Christopher Kimball to a tasting of apricot preserves. Next, gadget guru Lisa McManus uncovers the best apple corers. Finally, test cook Julia Collin Davison shows Chris how to make the ultimate roasted pears with dried apricots and pistachios.

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Jan 28, 9:30pm Simply Ming
California - Roy Choi (26 min)

While in LA, Ming stops by the chat with praised local chef Roy Choi. Roy takes Ming on a ride in one of his popular food trucks while they cook up some daring cuisine. All that and more, this week on Simply Ming!

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Jan 28, 10:00pm Lucky Chow
Chinatown, Reimagined (27 min)

Track the evolution of Chinese food in America through the lens of two third-generation Chinese-American restaurateurs. Wilson Tang preserves the legacy of his family's dim sum parlor (America's oldest) while opening a fine-dining Chinese restaurant on Chinatown's expanding Lower East Side. Ed Schoenfeld, a self-proclaimed Chinese food expert and owner of one of the most critically acclaimed Chinese restaurants in New York, provides a tutorial on Peking duck preparation. The episode concludes at Hakkasan, a global Chinese brand that includes nightclubs and restaurants from Beverly Hills to Dubai to Shanghai.

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Jan 28, 10:30pm Get Ready to Rio! with Chef Hubert Keller
Carioca Favorites (28 min)

Chef Keller meets Rio-born cookbook author, Leticia Moreinos Schwartz at the beautiful Ipanema Beach for a run and juice stop. Afterwards, they head to Rio's famous pedestrian mall for a tour of Confeitaria Columbo, one of the most elegant teahouses in the world. Then it is an introduction to Brazil's most famous and beloved dish of all: Feijoada, a delicious meat and black bean stew. At the Caesar Park feijoada buffet, Chef Keller finds 10 unique feijoadas including some that use some surprising cuts of meat. The last stop is at the beautiful Bar Urca which sits on the scenic Guanabara Bay next to Sugar Loaf Mountain. Chef is very impressed with the Portuguese-influenced food which he finds both delicious and perfectly prepared.

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Jan 28, 11:00pm Lidia's Kitchen
Baked Pasta (26 min)

Everyone loves baked pasta, and in this episode, Lidia prepares a baked penne dish with a comforting pork ragu and zucchini topped with a golden crust of cheese. She also makes an elegant salad of asparagus, scallions and boiled egg and finishes the meal with a delicious and moist chocolate zucchini cake.

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Jan 28, 11:30pm America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated
Pork and Pears (26 min)

Test cook Bridget Lancaster reveals the secrets to making the best milk-braised pork loin. Then, tasting expert Jack Bishop challenges host Christopher Kimball to a tasting of apricot preserves. Next, gadget guru Lisa McManus uncovers the best apple corers. Finally, test cook Julia Collin Davison shows Chris how to make the ultimate roasted pears with dried apricots and pistachios.

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Jan 29 12:00am Ellie's Real Good Food
Teeny Kitchen (26 min)

Ellie helps out a couple contending with the challenges of cooking in a tiny apartment kitchen. Ellie proves that with just a few key pans and gadgets, and some smart recipes, anyone can produce fantastic meals in even the most cramped quarters. Recipes: Herbed salmon and orzo casserole with feta; Beef and many vegetable stew; Lemon garlic turkey breast with roasted rosemary potatoes and Brussels sprouts.

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Jan 29, 12:30am Pati's Mexican Table
Ancient Yucatan with My Boys (26 min)

Pati's three sons are in Mexico and Pati wants them to experience the essence of the Yucatan. First stop, they climb the ancient ruins of Uxmal and discover how advanced the ancient Maya civilizations were. After an exhaustive exploration, the boys cool off in one of the thousands of hidden cenotes (swimming holes). To fill their bellies, the boys eat the best tamales they have ever tasted and the regions signature dish, cochinita pibil, which uses the ancient technique of cooking the meat with heated rocks buried underground.

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Jan 29, 1:00am This Old House
Arlington Arts & Crafts | Underground Energy (26 min)

Electrician Scott Caron starts the process of burying electrical cables. Norm and Charlie build the porch base columns. Roger lays a new brick patio. The first row of kitchen cabinets is installed. Tommy and Kevin work on trimming the front gable.

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Online episodes available
Jan 29, 1:30am Globe Trekker
Globe Trekker
Caribbean Islands: St. Lucia, Martinique (56 min)

Zoe Palmer visits the spectacularly beautiful islands of St Lucia, Martinique and Montserrat. Surrounded by stunning rainforests, mountains and volcanoes with a hybrid of English, African and French heritage, these islands deserve their reputation as one of the top vacation spots in the world.

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Jan 29, 2:30am Lidia's Kitchen
Baked Pasta (26 min)

Everyone loves baked pasta, and in this episode, Lidia prepares a baked penne dish with a comforting pork ragu and zucchini topped with a golden crust of cheese. She also makes an elegant salad of asparagus, scallions and boiled egg and finishes the meal with a delicious and moist chocolate zucchini cake.

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Jan 29, 3:00am Knit and Crochet NOW!
Springtime Tees (26 min)

Just because the weather is warm doesn't mean you have to put down your needles and hooks! Deborah is joined by Ellen Gormley who will show how to crochet up the Whole Latte Love Tee with an easy openwork yoke and textured stripes. Lena will then show how to stitch up the Knit Lace Sampler T-shirt. Ellen is in the stitch corner with the Fishbone stitch.

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Jan 29, 3:30am Grand View
 Grand View
Golden Gate National Recreation Area (26 min)

Baumann sets his sites on one of the largest urban parks in the world: Golden Gate National Recreation Area. The park, which includes Alcatraz, the Marin Headlands, and the original military fortifications surrounding San Francisco, was conceived as part of a trend to make national park resources more accessible to urban populations. Interviews include Frank Heaney, Alcatraz prison guard, Heather Booth, park interpretive ranger, and Stephen Haller, civil war historian. Baumann completes his journey by painting the high dunes of Fort Funston and Ocean Beach.

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Jan 29, 4:00am Annabel Langbein: The Free Range Cook
Annabel Langbein: The Free Range Cook
A French Country Table (26 min)

Annabel Langbein visits her neighbor's hazelnut orchard in New Zealand's Central Otago for the fall harvest, cooking up a rib-sticking pea and ham soup and a spiced apple cake for lunch. On the menu that night are artichokes fresh from the garden, chicken and leek gratin, and individual pear and hazelnut tarts. Recipes from this episode: rib-sticking pea and ham soup, one-pot spiced apple cake, artichokes with vinaigrette, Provencal crust, chicken and leek gratin, garlicky vegetable toss, hazelnut butter, individual pear and hazelnut tarts.

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Jan 29, 4:30am Ciao Italia
Ciao Italia
Ciaramicola (26 min)

Mary Ann visits ceramic artist Franco Mari in Deruta, Italy, the birthplace of Umbrian pottery. His inspired, colorful creations inspire her to go nella cucina to create Ciaramicola, a fantasy-like, Easter Sunday bread slathered with Alchermes-laced meringue, covered with colored sprinkles and browned in the oven. Served on a Franco Mari platter, it's a vision of heaven on earth.

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Jan 29, 5:00am Healthful Indian Flavors With Alamelu
Healthful Indian Flavors with Alamelu
(26 min)

Alamelu "pairs with flair" as she makes egg curry (also known as egg masala), crunchy cabbage with ginger and coconut, cabbage rice pilaf with cashews, and beets with coconut. All of these recipes are gluten-free.

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Jan 29, 5:30am Moveable Feast with Fine Cooking
Bartlett Farm (26 min)

On this episode of Moveable Feast with Fine Cooking, Pete Evans goes on a road trip across Lake Pontchartrain for a farm-fresh-feast Louisiana style and discovers that there is more to New Orleans than Mardi Gras. Who better to take us there than radio host/story teller Poppy Tooker and acclaimed New Orleans chef Susan Spicer. On their way they stop by local purveyors to pick up the ingredients for the night's big feast. First stop on the road trip, Farmhouse Dairy Co. where Pete picks up fresh ricotta made from goat's milk. Next stop is Bartlett Farm where the chefs pick local vegetables, farm fresh eggs and locally raised chickens. After an adventurous day on the road, it is time to eat! On the menu tonight, Stuffed Eggs with Prosciutto, Charred Fritters and Roasted Beets with Whipped Goat Ricotta, a delicious Spicy Chicken Dish with great local fruits, and a Louisiana dessert...Creole Cream Cheese. All for a pop-up party of 18 or so friends, family, fans, and more than a handful of local purveyors. A great way to spend the day!

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Jan 29, 6:00am DayTripper
(26 min)
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Jan 29, 6:30am Journeys In Japan
(28 min)

English-speaking visitors travel the length of Japan, exploring the local culture and meeting the people. Kit Nagamura visits Takayama to experience a spectacular festival and enjoy the countryside.

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Jan 29, 7:00am Ask This Old House
Radiator, Saws, Garage Lights (26 min)

Richard to the rescue - see him diagnose a malfunctioning hot water radiator and give a lesson on diverter tees. Tom demonstrates different types of handsaws. Watch Scott brighten up a driveway with LED garage lights. And the guys ask, "What is it?"

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Jan 29, 7:30am American Woodshop
Tiled, Marble Top Washstand (26 min)

Handcrafted tiles and rich marble recreate an heirloom.

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Jan 29, 8:00am Garden SMART
Garden SMART
(26 min)

Fall is often the 'take it easy' season in the garden, but a little preplanning will make gardening easier next spring. For some great gardening tips join us as we GardenSMART.

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Jan 29, 8:30am For Your Home
For Your Home
Head to the Mountains (26 min)

In the Carolinas everyone is either a mountain person or a beach lover. This state has plenty of both. Join Vicki and the FYH crew as they take to the mountains to visit Asheville one of the most beautiful spots in the country. Tour historic Grove Park Inn, hike in the woods for wild eatables and learn how to cook what you find. Discover how much fun and adventurous weekend in the mountains can truly be.

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Jan 29, 9:00am Rick Steves' Europe
Germany's Hamburg and the Luther Trail (26 min)

Hamburg, Germany's mighty port city has risen from the ashes of World War II with a gleaming new skyline and a brisk creative energy. From there, Rick visits the great historic sights of Martin Luther and the Reformation (Erfurt, Wittenberg, and Wartburg Castle) before finishing in the capital of Franconia: wine-loving Wurzburg.

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Jan 29, 9:30am Rick Steves' Europe
Germany's Dresden and Leipzig (26 min)

Saxony, part of the former East Germany, remains a secret to most travelers. Rick visits the two great cities of the region: the capital city of Dresden, with the opulent palaces and art treasures of the Wettin dynasty, and Leipzig, with its Bach heritage, a massive monument to the day Europe beat Napoleon, and museums remembering its communist heritage.

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Jan 29, 10:00am Rick Steves' Europe
Germany's Frankfurt and Nurnberg (26 min)

Skyscraper-studded Frankfurt - with so much commerce it's nicknamed "Bankfurt" - has a delightful-to-explore old center. Rick also visits Nurnberg, a capital for both the First Reich (the Holy Roman Empire) and the Third. From its towering castle and playful fountains to its Nazi Documentation Center and maze of underground bomb shelters, Nurnberg is a fascinating study in contrasts.

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Jan 29, 10:30am Rick Steves' Europe
Bulgaria (26 min)

Bulgaria, so mysterious to most Americans, has a vivid identity as a crossroads of the Balkans. Rick traces the country's complex history, from ancient Thracian tombs to medieval Orthodox Christian monasteries to Soviet monuments. And he enjoys an intimate taste of contemporary culture: the yellow brick road of Sofia; the gregarious craftspeople of the medieval capital, Veliko Tarnovo; and the thriving pedestrian zones of cosmopolitan Plovdiv.

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Jan 29, 11:00am Rick Steves' Europe
Romania (26 min)

Rick and his team tour Romania's vibrant capital, Bucharest, with its "Little Paris of the East" architecture and lingering reminders of a brutal communist dictator. Then they head into Transylvania, where they visit fortified churches, cobbled merchant towns like Sighisoara, and castles made famous by an imported German king and the real-life Dracula. Finally, they explore Maramures, where everyday life still feels like an open-air folk museum.

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Jan 29, 11:30am Rick Steves' Europe
Assisi and Italian Country Charm (26 min)

In the Italian countryside, Rick connects with rustic, traditional culture: enjoying an agriturismo (farmhouse inn), seeing how prosciutto and pecorino cheese are made, and hiking down into deep and ancient wine cellars. He ends in Assisi - the hometown of St. Francis - which retains its spiritual aura to this day. Like pilgrims, he explores its stony center before trekking to its awe-inspiring basilica, built on the tomb of the beloved saint.

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Jan 29, 12:00pm Rick Steves' Europe
Siena and Tuscany's Wine Country (26 min)

Siena, once a proud and independent city-state, retains its confidence and unique traditions. Rick enjoys a front-row seat at its wild horse race - the venerable Palio - and marvel at cultural treasures from the days when Siena rivaled Florence for leadership of Tuscany. Then he heads into wine country for a little dolce vita under the Tuscan sun.

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Jan 29, 12:30pm Rick Steves' Europe
West England (26 min)

The quintessence of charming England is the "West Country": quaint Cotswold villages with their fine churches, manor homes, and gastropubs; Wells, England's smallest cathedral town; and the New Age capital of Glastonbury, with its legends of the Holy Grail and King Arthur. He finishes by pondering the dramatic prehistoric stone circles of Stonehenge and Avebury.

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Jan 29, 1:00pm Rick Steves' Europe
Southeast England (26 min)

Arcing along the southeast coast of England, Rick travels from Canterbury (with its famous cathedral) to Dover (stoutly fortified from Roman times to the Battle of Britain). Then he hikes the trails that top the towering chalk cliffs of the South Downs, wander into the beachy resort of Brighton (England's Coney Island), and push on to Portsmouth, whose naval heritage has left it with the best collection of historic sailing ships anywhere.

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Jan 29, 1:30pm Rick Steves' Europe
England's Cornwall (26 min)

The far southwest of England is a world unto itself, with a persistent Cornish culture. He explores a world of flowers springing from towering hedges, a tin-mining heritage going back to biblical times, salty pirates' towns and fishing villages, and the Land's End of England. Then, side-tripping deep into the vast and mysterious Dartmoor National Park, he hikes to forgotten stone circles and chase wild ponies.

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Jan 29, 2:00pm Rick Steves' Europe
Prague (26 min)

The capital of the Czech Republic, Prague is the best-preserved Baroque city in Central Europe. We experience its massive castle, beloved statue-lined bridge, evocative Jewish Quarter, and thrilling 20th-century history while enjoying its infectious love of music and perhaps the best beer in Europe. With a beautifully preserved Old Town, Prague deserves its nickname: the Golden City of a Hundred Spires.

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Jan 29, 2:30pm Rick Steves' Europe
Berlin (26 min)

A tumultuous 20th century left Berlin filled with powerful sights - from evocative memorials, to surviving bits of its communist and fascist days, to its glass-domed Reichstag. We enjoy its now-trendy east side, its people-friendly riverfront, and its vibrant social scene. Reunited Berlin - perhaps the fastest changing and most happening city in Europe - is entertaining more visitors than ever.

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Jan 29, 3:00pm Ask This Old House
Radiator, Saws, Garage Lights (26 min)

Richard to the rescue - see him diagnose a malfunctioning hot water radiator and give a lesson on diverter tees. Tom demonstrates different types of handsaws. Watch Scott brighten up a driveway with LED garage lights. And the guys ask, "What is it?"

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Online episodes available
Jan 29, 3:30pm Pati's Mexican Table
Turkey Day (26 min)

Pati and her family celebrate Thanksgiving in the Jinich house. Pati cooks for and hosts the Jinich family traditional Thanksgiving dinner with all of the essentials - turkey, stuffing, veggies, the works - all with a Mexican twist, of course.

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Monday, January 30
Jan 29, 4:00pm Mike Colameco's Real Food
Racines/Wine Disciples (27 min)

Two restaurants that are wine lovers paradise, both affiliated with wine shop. Racine's is linked to Chambers St Wines down the block, spot on French inspired menu and an amazing selection of wines by the glass or bottle. Wine Disciples is a store right next to a restaurant, here the cooking is American / Italian, ingredient driven and the wine list by glass and bottle is wonderful.

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Jan 29, 4:30pm Baking With Julia
(26 min)

Lauren Groveman, New York cooking teacher and cookbook author, demonstrates how easy it is to make European ethnic specialties like rich brown pumpernickel loaves and crunchy matzos.

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Jan 29, 5:00pm Martha Stewart's Cooking School
Sauces (26 min)

A great sauce can take a dish from good to fantastic. In this episode, Martha goes over some classics, starting with bearnaise sauce, a derivative of hollandaise. Next she makes Kansas City barbecue sauce, which is tomato-based with a sweet-tart flavor. Tartar sauce - Martha's version includes capers, shallots and cornichons - and a tasty cocktail sauce are both beloved staples. Then Martha shows how to make salsa verde, a perfect accompaniment to grilled meats, poultry, seafood and vegetables.

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Online episodes available
Jan 29, 5:30pm America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated
Dinner In Italy (26 min)

Man on the street Doc Willoughby learns all about Sicilian-style pizza from the Barbati family of L&B Spumoni Gardens in Brooklyn. Then, host Christopher Kimball goes into the test kitchen with test cook Bridget Lancaster to learn how to make the ultimate thick-crust Sicilian-style pizza at home. Next, test cook Becky Hays uncovers the secrets to homemade ricotta cheese. Finally, test cook Julia Collin Davison shows Chris how to make the best pasta with cauliflower, bacon, and bread crumbs.

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Jan 29, 6:00pm New Orleans Cooking with Kevin Belton
Soul Food (26 min)

Fried chicken, stuffed green bell peppers, sweet potato pie.

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Jan 29, 6:30pm Pati's Mexican Table
Turkey Day (26 min)

Pati and her family celebrate Thanksgiving in the Jinich house. Pati cooks for and hosts the Jinich family traditional Thanksgiving dinner with all of the essentials - turkey, stuffing, veggies, the works - all with a Mexican twist, of course.

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Jan 29, 7:00pm Ask This Old House
Radiator, Saws, Garage Lights (26 min)

Richard to the rescue - see him diagnose a malfunctioning hot water radiator and give a lesson on diverter tees. Tom demonstrates different types of handsaws. Watch Scott brighten up a driveway with LED garage lights. And the guys ask, "What is it?"

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Online episodes available
Jan 29, 7:30pm Rick Steves' Europe
Copenhagen (26 min)

Denmark's capital is the most fun-loving in Scandinavia. As we get to know Copenhagen, we'll discover reminders of its Viking history and symbols of its proudly independent ways today. We'll stroll through Europe's first great pedestrian zone, ogle crown jewels in the palace and take a bike ride through a famous hippie squatter community, finishing at Copenhagen's full-time carnival, Tivoli Gardens.

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Jan 29, 8:00pm Art Wolfe's Travels to the Edge
Iceland: Earth, Air, Fire and Water (26 min)

A land of geysers, glaciers, volcanoes and rough-hewn coastlines: Nowhere else on Earth do the four elements collide in such dramatic fashion as in Iceland. Art captures dramatic expressions of the planet's geomorphology using composition, pattern and light to create a striking portrait of a volatile and dynamic landscape.

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Jan 29, 8:30pm Martha Stewart's Cooking School
Sauces (26 min)

A great sauce can take a dish from good to fantastic. In this episode, Martha goes over some classics, starting with bearnaise sauce, a derivative of hollandaise. Next she makes Kansas City barbecue sauce, which is tomato-based with a sweet-tart flavor. Tartar sauce - Martha's version includes capers, shallots and cornichons - and a tasty cocktail sauce are both beloved staples. Then Martha shows how to make salsa verde, a perfect accompaniment to grilled meats, poultry, seafood and vegetables.

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Online episodes available
Jan 29, 9:00pm America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated
Dinner In Italy (26 min)

Man on the street Doc Willoughby learns all about Sicilian-style pizza from the Barbati family of L&B Spumoni Gardens in Brooklyn. Then, host Christopher Kimball goes into the test kitchen with test cook Bridget Lancaster to learn how to make the ultimate thick-crust Sicilian-style pizza at home. Next, test cook Becky Hays uncovers the secrets to homemade ricotta cheese. Finally, test cook Julia Collin Davison shows Chris how to make the best pasta with cauliflower, bacon, and bread crumbs.

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Jan 29, 9:30pm Mike Colameco's Real Food
Racines/Wine Disciples (27 min)

Two restaurants that are wine lovers paradise, both affiliated with wine shop. Racine's is linked to Chambers St Wines down the block, spot on French inspired menu and an amazing selection of wines by the glass or bottle. Wine Disciples is a store right next to a restaurant, here the cooking is American / Italian, ingredient driven and the wine list by glass and bottle is wonderful.

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Online episodes available
Jan 29, 10:00pm Annabel Langbein: The Free Range Cook
Annabel Langbein: The Free Range Cook
A French Country Table (26 min)

Annabel Langbein visits her neighbor's hazelnut orchard in New Zealand's Central Otago for the fall harvest, cooking up a rib-sticking pea and ham soup and a spiced apple cake for lunch. On the menu that night are artichokes fresh from the garden, chicken and leek gratin, and individual pear and hazelnut tarts. Recipes from this episode: rib-sticking pea and ham soup, one-pot spiced apple cake, artichokes with vinaigrette, Provencal crust, chicken and leek gratin, garlicky vegetable toss, hazelnut butter, individual pear and hazelnut tarts.

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Jan 29, 10:30pm Rick Steves' Europe
Southeast England (26 min)

Arcing along the southeast coast of England, Rick travels from Canterbury (with its famous cathedral) to Dover (stoutly fortified from Roman times to the Battle of Britain). Then he hikes the trails that top the towering chalk cliffs of the South Downs, wander into the beachy resort of Brighton (England's Coney Island), and push on to Portsmouth, whose naval heritage has left it with the best collection of historic sailing ships anywhere.

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Online episodes available
Jan 29, 11:00pm Martha Stewart's Cooking School
Sauces (26 min)

A great sauce can take a dish from good to fantastic. In this episode, Martha goes over some classics, starting with bearnaise sauce, a derivative of hollandaise. Next she makes Kansas City barbecue sauce, which is tomato-based with a sweet-tart flavor. Tartar sauce - Martha's version includes capers, shallots and cornichons - and a tasty cocktail sauce are both beloved staples. Then Martha shows how to make salsa verde, a perfect accompaniment to grilled meats, poultry, seafood and vegetables.

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Online episodes available
Jan 29, 11:30pm America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated
Dinner In Italy (26 min)

Man on the street Doc Willoughby learns all about Sicilian-style pizza from the Barbati family of L&B Spumoni Gardens in Brooklyn. Then, host Christopher Kimball goes into the test kitchen with test cook Bridget Lancaster to learn how to make the ultimate thick-crust Sicilian-style pizza at home. Next, test cook Becky Hays uncovers the secrets to homemade ricotta cheese. Finally, test cook Julia Collin Davison shows Chris how to make the best pasta with cauliflower, bacon, and bread crumbs.

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Jan 30 12:00am New Orleans Cooking with Kevin Belton
Soul Food (26 min)

Fried chicken, stuffed green bell peppers, sweet potato pie.

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Jan 30, 12:30am Pati's Mexican Table
Turkey Day (26 min)

Pati and her family celebrate Thanksgiving in the Jinich house. Pati cooks for and hosts the Jinich family traditional Thanksgiving dinner with all of the essentials - turkey, stuffing, veggies, the works - all with a Mexican twist, of course.

NO
Jan 30, 1:00am Ask This Old House
Radiator, Saws, Garage Lights (26 min)

Richard to the rescue - see him diagnose a malfunctioning hot water radiator and give a lesson on diverter tees. Tom demonstrates different types of handsaws. Watch Scott brighten up a driveway with LED garage lights. And the guys ask, "What is it?"

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Online episodes available
Jan 30, 1:30am Rick Steves' Europe
Copenhagen (26 min)

Denmark's capital is the most fun-loving in Scandinavia. As we get to know Copenhagen, we'll discover reminders of its Viking history and symbols of its proudly independent ways today. We'll stroll through Europe's first great pedestrian zone, ogle crown jewels in the palace and take a bike ride through a famous hippie squatter community, finishing at Copenhagen's full-time carnival, Tivoli Gardens.

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Online episodes available
Jan 30, 2:00am Art Wolfe's Travels to the Edge
Iceland: Earth, Air, Fire and Water (26 min)

A land of geysers, glaciers, volcanoes and rough-hewn coastlines: Nowhere else on Earth do the four elements collide in such dramatic fashion as in Iceland. Art captures dramatic expressions of the planet's geomorphology using composition, pattern and light to create a striking portrait of a volatile and dynamic landscape.

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Jan 30, 2:30am Martha Stewart's Cooking School
Sauces (26 min)

A great sauce can take a dish from good to fantastic. In this episode, Martha goes over some classics, starting with bearnaise sauce, a derivative of hollandaise. Next she makes Kansas City barbecue sauce, which is tomato-based with a sweet-tart flavor. Tartar sauce - Martha's version includes capers, shallots and cornichons - and a tasty cocktail sauce are both beloved staples. Then Martha shows how to make salsa verde, a perfect accompaniment to grilled meats, poultry, seafood and vegetables.

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Online episodes available
Jan 30, 3:00am Quilting Arts
Quilting Arts
Art Quilt Explorations (28 min)

Explore the variations in art quilt techniques-key to developing your quilt style. Susan Brubaker Knapp starts with the sketchbook challenge. Learn to transfer drawn designs to fabric and then free motion quilt. Next is Michelle May and a combination of hand stitch wool applique, and patchwork to make a folk art quilt. Last, Cheryl Sleboda demonstrates dyeing vintage textiles with paint.

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Jan 30, 3:30am Paint This with Jerry Yarnell
A Colorful Gateway, Part 3 (28 min)

In this episode, Jerry begins by showing his viewers how to begin the intermediate values of background flowers and leaves. Then he continues with the process of adding miscellaneous intermediate highlights and details on the stone pathway, brick wall, and miscellaneous leaves and foreground grasses. Now he blocks in the foreground terracotta pots and adds the foliage in the pots. He finishes by explaining all of the details and things that will be added in the final session.

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Jan 30, 4:00am Steven Raichlen's Project Smoke
You Can Smoke What?! Extreme Smoking (26 min)

By now you're comfortable smoking ribs and barbecuing brisket. (We hope.) This show focuses on foods you never dreamed you could smoke-and won't be able to live without once you've tried them. To whit, hickory-smoked Deviled Eggs. Camembert cheese smoked on a cedar plank with pepper jelly and jalapenos. Hay-Smoked Steaks served with charred Chipotle Salsa. (To make them, you'll learn a cool technique called reverse searing.) And a classic cocktail-the Bloody Mary-gets smoked with an ingenious handheld smoking device. Whether you're smoking in a kettle grill, pellet grill, stick burner (offset smoker), electric grill, or directly on the embers, we're smoking extreme on Project Smoke. Recipes: Smoked Deviled Eggs; Plank-Smoked Camembert; Hay-Smoked Steak with Chipotle Salsa; Smoky Mary.

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Jan 30, 4:30am Cooking with Nick Stellino
Incredible Soups (26 min)

Sicilian Bread Soup; Onion Soup with Gorgonzola & Prosciutto; Chicken Soup with Meatballs.

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Jan 30, 5:00am The Jazzy Vegetarian
Rockilicious! (26 min)

Host Laura Theodore prepares garden fresh recipes with help from a special guest, Lynyrd Skynyrd lead guitarist Rickey Medlocke. This "wow" meal stars an enticing entree: Roasted Cauliflower Cutlets with Lemon-Caper Sauce. On the side, Zingy Roasted Asparagus preps in a flash, and Grape Tomato, Avocado and Fresh Herb Salad makes great use of summer tomatoes, fresh basil and parsley. Rockin' Berry Parfaits with Cashew-Coconut Cream make a fun and fresh dessert.

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Jan 30, 5:30am Mexico -- One Plate at a Time with Rick Bayless
A Chef's Path (26 min)

Ever seen a kid in a candy store? Their excitement pales next to a chef in a market. An early morning trek to the Central de Abastos, one of the world's largest markets, with Rick Bayless and Chef Eduardo "Lalo" Garcia, proves exhilarating. Neither chef can talk fast enough about all the dishes they want to make from the mind-boggling stacks of nopales, the fragrant herbs, the crisp greens, the juicy pitayas and mangos. Chef Lalo's path to his wildly popular Maximo Bistrot in Mexico City includes migrant work on produce farms and stints in fine-dining establishments in Atlanta and New York City. Today, his suckling pig carnitas have a massive following. Lucky for us, he and Rick cook the dish in his restaurant kitchen. Rick and Chef Enrique Olvera, owner of Pujol and arguably Mexico's top chef, talk about the evolution of Mexican food and the challenge to change people's perception of the cuisine. At home, Rick coaxes amazing flavors from humble tomatillos, pork and potatoes.

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Jan 30, 6:00am Burt Wolf: Travels & Traditions
Nature Vs. Nurture (26 min)

For hundreds of years, people have been arguing the issue of Nature vs. Nurture. Are we the result of our youthful experiences or the genes we inherited from our ancestors? Recently, scientists have come to the conclusion that our genes interact with our environment and we change constantly throughout our lives. Our biology is actually altered by our environment. To take a look at this question, Burt talked to a group of people who had grown up in the structured culture of Taiwan and in their early years moved to the more open culture of the United States. Among the people Burt talks to are Steve Chen co-inventor of YouTube and Justin Lin who makes the Fast and Furious films. Burt then travels to Taiwan to take a look at what influenced their youth.

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Jan 30, 6:30am Travelscope
Tasmania, Australia (26 min)

Joseph continues his Aussie adventure in Australia's island state -- Tasmania. From the capital of Hobart and its harbor, markets and elegant neighborhoods he heads out across the state and traces Tasmania's convict origins in the prisons of Port Arthur, hikes Cradle Mountain National Park, rides out the ups and downs of a fast paced eco-cruise along Tasman National Park's spectacular coastline and meets the devil -- the Tasmanian Devil, that is. Along the way he samples the best of the local food and wine and gets to know Tasmania's colorful and multi-cultural inhabitants.

YES
Jan 30, 7:00am This Old House
Arlington Arts & Crafts | Changes Start to Show (26 min)

The house gets new shingles. After the hardwood goes down, radiant tubing is installed on the entire first floor. The large existing fireplace gets a makeover. Outside, the side decks and rails are built.

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Online episodes available
Jan 30, 7:30am Rough Cut - Woodworking with Tommy Mac
Contemporary Bench with Steven Brown (26 min)

This week on Rough Cut Woodworking with Tommy Mac, series regular Steve Brown is back in the shop! He's here to help Tommy update a traditional bench with a more contemporary design, but still keep it comfortable. Using this project as another teaching tool, Steve walks us through some of the basic steps of woodworking any expert will tell you are important to practice.

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Jan 30, 8:00am P. Allen Smith's Garden Home
Charming Charleston (26 min)

P. Allen Smith explores the food and fellowship of one of America's oldest cities, Charleston, South Carolina; a true Southern gem.

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Jan 30, 8:30am Start Up
Room for Lunch (26 min)

Gary and the crew head to Los Angeles, California to talk with Filip Kristo, the creator of Roomescape Los Angeles, a live group based escape game. Then they head to White Lake Michigan to talk to Sherry French, the creator of SpBang, a company that manufactures reusable lunch products.

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Online episodes available
Jan 30, 9:00am Quilting Arts
Quilting Arts
Art Quilt Explorations (28 min)

Explore the variations in art quilt techniques-key to developing your quilt style. Susan Brubaker Knapp starts with the sketchbook challenge. Learn to transfer drawn designs to fabric and then free motion quilt. Next is Michelle May and a combination of hand stitch wool applique, and patchwork to make a folk art quilt. Last, Cheryl Sleboda demonstrates dyeing vintage textiles with paint.

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Jan 30, 9:30am Paint This with Jerry Yarnell
A Colorful Gateway, Part 3 (28 min)

In this episode, Jerry begins by showing his viewers how to begin the intermediate values of background flowers and leaves. Then he continues with the process of adding miscellaneous intermediate highlights and details on the stone pathway, brick wall, and miscellaneous leaves and foreground grasses. Now he blocks in the foreground terracotta pots and adds the foliage in the pots. He finishes by explaining all of the details and things that will be added in the final session.

NO
Jan 30, 10:00am Steven Raichlen's Project Smoke
You Can Smoke What?! Extreme Smoking (26 min)

By now you're comfortable smoking ribs and barbecuing brisket. (We hope.) This show focuses on foods you never dreamed you could smoke-and won't be able to live without once you've tried them. To whit, hickory-smoked Deviled Eggs. Camembert cheese smoked on a cedar plank with pepper jelly and jalapenos. Hay-Smoked Steaks served with charred Chipotle Salsa. (To make them, you'll learn a cool technique called reverse searing.) And a classic cocktail-the Bloody Mary-gets smoked with an ingenious handheld smoking device. Whether you're smoking in a kettle grill, pellet grill, stick burner (offset smoker), electric grill, or directly on the embers, we're smoking extreme on Project Smoke. Recipes: Smoked Deviled Eggs; Plank-Smoked Camembert; Hay-Smoked Steak with Chipotle Salsa; Smoky Mary.

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Jan 30, 10:30am Cooking with Nick Stellino
Incredible Soups (26 min)

Sicilian Bread Soup; Onion Soup with Gorgonzola & Prosciutto; Chicken Soup with Meatballs.

NO
Jan 30, 11:00am The Jazzy Vegetarian
Rockilicious! (26 min)

Host Laura Theodore prepares garden fresh recipes with help from a special guest, Lynyrd Skynyrd lead guitarist Rickey Medlocke. This "wow" meal stars an enticing entree: Roasted Cauliflower Cutlets with Lemon-Caper Sauce. On the side, Zingy Roasted Asparagus preps in a flash, and Grape Tomato, Avocado and Fresh Herb Salad makes great use of summer tomatoes, fresh basil and parsley. Rockin' Berry Parfaits with Cashew-Coconut Cream make a fun and fresh dessert.

YES
Jan 30, 11:30am Mexico -- One Plate at a Time with Rick Bayless
A Chef's Path (26 min)

Ever seen a kid in a candy store? Their excitement pales next to a chef in a market. An early morning trek to the Central de Abastos, one of the world's largest markets, with Rick Bayless and Chef Eduardo "Lalo" Garcia, proves exhilarating. Neither chef can talk fast enough about all the dishes they want to make from the mind-boggling stacks of nopales, the fragrant herbs, the crisp greens, the juicy pitayas and mangos. Chef Lalo's path to his wildly popular Maximo Bistrot in Mexico City includes migrant work on produce farms and stints in fine-dining establishments in Atlanta and New York City. Today, his suckling pig carnitas have a massive following. Lucky for us, he and Rick cook the dish in his restaurant kitchen. Rick and Chef Enrique Olvera, owner of Pujol and arguably Mexico's top chef, talk about the evolution of Mexican food and the challenge to change people's perception of the cuisine. At home, Rick coaxes amazing flavors from humble tomatillos, pork and potatoes.

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Jan 30, 12:00pm Burt Wolf: Travels & Traditions
Nature Vs. Nurture (26 min)

For hundreds of years, people have been arguing the issue of Nature vs. Nurture. Are we the result of our youthful experiences or the genes we inherited from our ancestors? Recently, scientists have come to the conclusion that our genes interact with our environment and we change constantly throughout our lives. Our biology is actually altered by our environment. To take a look at this question, Burt talked to a group of people who had grown up in the structured culture of Taiwan and in their early years moved to the more open culture of the United States. Among the people Burt talks to are Steve Chen co-inventor of YouTube and Justin Lin who makes the Fast and Furious films. Burt then travels to Taiwan to take a look at what influenced their youth.

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Jan 30, 12:30pm Travelscope
Tasmania, Australia (26 min)

Joseph continues his Aussie adventure in Australia's island state -- Tasmania. From the capital of Hobart and its harbor, markets and elegant neighborhoods he heads out across the state and traces Tasmania's convict origins in the prisons of Port Arthur, hikes Cradle Mountain National Park, rides out the ups and downs of a fast paced eco-cruise along Tasman National Park's spectacular coastline and meets the devil -- the Tasmanian Devil, that is. Along the way he samples the best of the local food and wine and gets to know Tasmania's colorful and multi-cultural inhabitants.

YES
Jan 30, 1:00pm Rick Steves' Europe
Croatia: Adriatic Delights (26 min)

A fascinating land with a hard-fought history in a complex corner of Europe, Croatia is emerging as one of Europe's top destinations. Sampling the very best of Croatia, we start by exploring the fabled Dalmatian Coast from dramatic Dubrovnik to crusty Adriatic island ports. Heading inland, we hike through Plitvice Lakes National Park and enjoy the thriving capital city Zagreb. Our Croatian finale: the Istrian Peninsula and its enchanting port town of Rovinj.

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Online episodes available
Jan 30, 1:30pm Rough Cut - Woodworking with Tommy Mac
Contemporary Bench with Steven Brown (26 min)

This week on Rough Cut Woodworking with Tommy Mac, series regular Steve Brown is back in the shop! He's here to help Tommy update a traditional bench with a more contemporary design, but still keep it comfortable. Using this project as another teaching tool, Steve walks us through some of the basic steps of woodworking any expert will tell you are important to practice.

NO
Jan 30, 2:00pm P. Allen Smith's Garden Home
Charming Charleston (26 min)

P. Allen Smith explores the food and fellowship of one of America's oldest cities, Charleston, South Carolina; a true Southern gem.

NO
Jan 30, 2:30pm Start Up
Room for Lunch (26 min)

Gary and the crew head to Los Angeles, California to talk with Filip Kristo, the creator of Roomescape Los Angeles, a live group based escape game. Then they head to White Lake Michigan to talk to Sherry French, the creator of SpBang, a company that manufactures reusable lunch products.

NO
Online episodes available
Jan 30, 3:00pm This Old House
Arlington Arts & Crafts | Changes Start to Show (26 min)

The house gets new shingles. After the hardwood goes down, radiant tubing is installed on the entire first floor. The large existing fireplace gets a makeover. Outside, the side decks and rails are built.

NO
Online episodes available
Jan 30, 3:30pm Pati's Mexican Table
Alan Goes to College (26 min)

Pati's oldest son, Alan is graduating from high school soon and heading off to college. Pati wants to make sure he goes to school with some basic cooking techniques and knowledge since he will not be able to rely on mom's cooking anymore. In this episode, she makes a few simple, inexpensive recipes that any college kid can do and she gives a series of simple cooking tips.

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Tuesday, January 31
Jan 30, 4:00pm Simply Ming
California 3 - Richard Zarate (26 min)

This week on Simply Ming we have the godfather of Peruvian cuisine and three time James Beard nominee Ricardo Zarate. He and Ming swap homestyle recipes from their different cultures before sitting down to a decadent meal.

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Jan 30, 4:30pm Hubert Keller: Secrets of a Chef
 Hubert Keller: Secrets of a Chef
Healthy and Delicious, Part 2 (25 min)

Chef Keller continues his healthy cooking lesson with a warm arugula, faro and mushroom salad with a white balsamic dressing. Then he serves grilled prawns with a salad of artichokes, fennel and fava beans. Arugula Salad with Faro & Mushrooms in a White Balsamic Vinaigrette, & Grilled Shrimp with Artichoke & Fennel Salad.

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Jan 30, 5:00pm Lidia's Kitchen
Antipasti (26 min)

There is a party in the air with an Italian flair. Lidia teaches the viewer several dishes that will work for any party - including a selection of varies cheese, cured meat and Giardiniera-style vegetables; an easy and quick sweet and sour zucchini dish and lastly stuffed mushrooms made with a delicious mixture of scallions, red peppers and fresh parsley. Lastly there is still time for a delicious salad of poached seafood featuring shrimp, mussels and calamari.

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Jan 30, 5:30pm Cook's Country
Cook's Country
Grilled and Smoked (26 min)

Test cook Bridget Lancaster shows host Christopher Kimball how to make barbecued burnt ends. Next, equipment expert Adam Ried reveals his top picks for grill spatulas. Then, tasting expert Jack Bishop challenges Chris to a tasting of lemonade. Finally, test cook Julia Collin Davison uncovers the secrets to making smoky potato salad.

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Jan 30, 6:00pm Ellie's Real Good Food
Busy Mom Seeks.....Help (26 min)

Ellie takes Beth - a mom, a full-time labor and delivery nurse, and a grad student -- under her wing. Ellie helps Beth rein in her take-out habit with three easy make-ahead recipes that stock her fridge with a week of tasty meals. Recipes: Blueberry-chia overnight oats; Turkey-stuffed pizza pockets; Cajun shrimp in foil. 3 Ingredient Recipe: Red wine salad dressing.

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Jan 30, 6:30pm Pati's Mexican Table
Alan Goes to College (26 min)

Pati's oldest son, Alan is graduating from high school soon and heading off to college. Pati wants to make sure he goes to school with some basic cooking techniques and knowledge since he will not be able to rely on mom's cooking anymore. In this episode, she makes a few simple, inexpensive recipes that any college kid can do and she gives a series of simple cooking tips.

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Jan 30, 7:00pm This Old House
Arlington Arts & Crafts | Changes Start to Show (26 min)

The house gets new shingles. After the hardwood goes down, radiant tubing is installed on the entire first floor. The large existing fireplace gets a makeover. Outside, the side decks and rails are built.

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Online episodes available
Jan 30, 7:30pm Globe Trekker
Globe Trekker
Isolated Islands: St. Helena (57 min)

Zay Harding voyages to the remote island of St. Helena, site of Napoleon's final years in exile after his defeat at Waterloo. He meets the friendly islanders known as "Saints," tours the historic settlement of Jamestown, and visits Longwood House where Napoleon was imprisoned as well as his tomb. Zay then encounters a 180-year-old giant tortoise, embarks on a boat trip off the spectacular coastline, speeds down the cliffside steps of Jacob's Ladder and climbs St. Helena's highest peak, which shelters numerous rare plant species.

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Jan 30, 8:30pm Lidia's Kitchen
Antipasti (26 min)

There is a party in the air with an Italian flair. Lidia teaches the viewer several dishes that will work for any party - including a selection of varies cheese, cured meat and Giardiniera-style vegetables; an easy and quick sweet and sour zucchini dish and lastly stuffed mushrooms made with a delicious mixture of scallions, red peppers and fresh parsley. Lastly there is still time for a delicious salad of poached seafood featuring shrimp, mussels and calamari.

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Jan 30, 9:00pm Cook's Country
Cook's Country
Grilled and Smoked (26 min)

Test cook Bridget Lancaster shows host Christopher Kimball how to make barbecued burnt ends. Next, equipment expert Adam Ried reveals his top picks for grill spatulas. Then, tasting expert Jack Bishop challenges Chris to a tasting of lemonade. Finally, test cook Julia Collin Davison uncovers the secrets to making smoky potato salad.

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Jan 30, 9:30pm Simply Ming
California 3 - Richard Zarate (26 min)

This week on Simply Ming we have the godfather of Peruvian cuisine and three time James Beard nominee Ricardo Zarate. He and Ming swap homestyle recipes from their different cultures before sitting down to a decadent meal.

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Jan 30, 10:00pm Steven Raichlen's Project Smoke
You Can Smoke What?! Extreme Smoking (26 min)

By now you're comfortable smoking ribs and barbecuing brisket. (We hope.) This show focuses on foods you never dreamed you could smoke-and won't be able to live without once you've tried them. To whit, hickory-smoked Deviled Eggs. Camembert cheese smoked on a cedar plank with pepper jelly and jalapenos. Hay-Smoked Steaks served with charred Chipotle Salsa. (To make them, you'll learn a cool technique called reverse searing.) And a classic cocktail-the Bloody Mary-gets smoked with an ingenious handheld smoking device. Whether you're smoking in a kettle grill, pellet grill, stick burner (offset smoker), electric grill, or directly on the embers, we're smoking extreme on Project Smoke. Recipes: Smoked Deviled Eggs; Plank-Smoked Camembert; Hay-Smoked Steak with Chipotle Salsa; Smoky Mary.

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Jan 30, 10:30pm Grannies on Safari
Grannies On Safari
Peru - Cusco & Machu Picchu (26 min)

Travel with the Grannies to Cusco, a world heritage site, and the former capital of the Inca civilization. At 11,900 feet high, this ancient city was not only considered sacred by the Incas but was a jewel of the Spanish colonial world. The city is considered the arts and crafts capital of Peru. Machu Picchu, at 9,600 feet, was a marvel and the trek to see this ancient city was a challenge when the Grannies climbed it. The city is located in the Andes in an area called the "cloud forest." Surrounded by steep mountains, entire neighborhoods were created. One of the new Seven Wonders of the World - the exploration of this hidden city in the AndesMountains was an unforgettable and magical experience.

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Jan 30, 11:00pm Lidia's Kitchen
Antipasti (26 min)

There is a party in the air with an Italian flair. Lidia teaches the viewer several dishes that will work for any party - including a selection of varies cheese, cured meat and Giardiniera-style vegetables; an easy and quick sweet and sour zucchini dish and lastly stuffed mushrooms made with a delicious mixture of scallions, red peppers and fresh parsley. Lastly there is still time for a delicious salad of poached seafood featuring shrimp, mussels and calamari.

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Jan 30, 11:30pm Cook's Country
Cook's Country
Grilled and Smoked (26 min)

Test cook Bridget Lancaster shows host Christopher Kimball how to make barbecued burnt ends. Next, equipment expert Adam Ried reveals his top picks for grill spatulas. Then, tasting expert Jack Bishop challenges Chris to a tasting of lemonade. Finally, test cook Julia Collin Davison uncovers the secrets to making smoky potato salad.

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Jan 31 12:00am Ellie's Real Good Food
Busy Mom Seeks.....Help (26 min)

Ellie takes Beth - a mom, a full-time labor and delivery nurse, and a grad student -- under her wing. Ellie helps Beth rein in her take-out habit with three easy make-ahead recipes that stock her fridge with a week of tasty meals. Recipes: Blueberry-chia overnight oats; Turkey-stuffed pizza pockets; Cajun shrimp in foil. 3 Ingredient Recipe: Red wine salad dressing.

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Jan 31, 12:30am Pati's Mexican Table
Alan Goes to College (26 min)

Pati's oldest son, Alan is graduating from high school soon and heading off to college. Pati wants to make sure he goes to school with some basic cooking techniques and knowledge since he will not be able to rely on mom's cooking anymore. In this episode, she makes a few simple, inexpensive recipes that any college kid can do and she gives a series of simple cooking tips.

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Jan 31, 1:00am This Old House
Arlington Arts & Crafts | Changes Start to Show (26 min)

The house gets new shingles. After the hardwood goes down, radiant tubing is installed on the entire first floor. The large existing fireplace gets a makeover. Outside, the side decks and rails are built.

NO
Online episodes available
Jan 31, 1:30am Globe Trekker
Globe Trekker
Isolated Islands: St. Helena (57 min)

Zay Harding voyages to the remote island of St. Helena, site of Napoleon's final years in exile after his defeat at Waterloo. He meets the friendly islanders known as "Saints," tours the historic settlement of Jamestown, and visits Longwood House where Napoleon was imprisoned as well as his tomb. Zay then encounters a 180-year-old giant tortoise, embarks on a boat trip off the spectacular coastline, speeds down the cliffside steps of Jacob's Ladder and climbs St. Helena's highest peak, which shelters numerous rare plant species.

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Jan 31, 2:30am Lidia's Kitchen
Antipasti (26 min)

There is a party in the air with an Italian flair. Lidia teaches the viewer several dishes that will work for any party - including a selection of varies cheese, cured meat and Giardiniera-style vegetables; an easy and quick sweet and sour zucchini dish and lastly stuffed mushrooms made with a delicious mixture of scallions, red peppers and fresh parsley. Lastly there is still time for a delicious salad of poached seafood featuring shrimp, mussels and calamari.

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Jan 31, 3:00am Sewing with Nancy
Magic Patterns, Part 2 (26 min)

The magic is in changing basic patterns to easy stylish designs with a spark of originality Mary Brooks Picken's idea from the 1920s to "take what's given and add a spark of originality" is the concept Nancy and Amy Barickman use in this program. They transform a cardigan into several styles, mix and match features of a magic dress with new sleeve options, and add unique closures and pockets to a coat pattern for carefree styling.

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Online episodes available
Jan 31, 3:30am The Best of The Joy of Painting
Golden Knoll (27 min)

Just a few colors and brushes are all Bob Ross uses to paint this simple yet lovely monochromatic scene.

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Jan 31, 4:00am Lucky Chow
Chinatown, Reimagined (27 min)

Track the evolution of Chinese food in America through the lens of two third-generation Chinese-American restaurateurs. Wilson Tang preserves the legacy of his family's dim sum parlor (America's oldest) while opening a fine-dining Chinese restaurant on Chinatown's expanding Lower East Side. Ed Schoenfeld, a self-proclaimed Chinese food expert and owner of one of the most critically acclaimed Chinese restaurants in New York, provides a tutorial on Peking duck preparation. The episode concludes at Hakkasan, a global Chinese brand that includes nightclubs and restaurants from Beverly Hills to Dubai to Shanghai.

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Jan 31, 4:30am Joanne Weir's Cooking Confidence
Dinner Time Sizzle (26 min)

Joanne toasts up a tasty starter of Grilled Bread with Tomatoes and Prosciutto di Parma and then shows her student Sarina, how a splash of sherry gives shrimp some sizzle! Together they roast red peppers to perfection for a delicious basmati rice dish with green peas. Recipes: Grilled Bread with Tomatoes and Prosciutto di Parma, Sizzling Shrimp with Pimenton and Sherry, Basmati Rice with Roasted Red Peppers and Green Peas. Student: Sarina Crivello.

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Jan 31, 5:00am Dining with the Chef
(28 min)
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Jan 31, 5:30am Jacques Pepin: More Fast Food My Way
Jacques Pepin: More Fast Food My Way
Chockfull of Surprises (26 min)

Surprising tastes, tricks, and techniques in this show as Jacques checks the labels on canned ingredients to make Pumpkin Gratin. He hides treasures inside Tomato Surprise and naps the Grilled Striped Bass with Romesco Sauce. To complete the menu some of the best Californian brandy made, makes its appearance in Cherries in Armagnac Sauce with Pound Cake.

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Jan 31, 6:00am Family Travel with Colleen Kelly
Family Travel with Colleen Kelly
The Palm Beaches - Lions and Turtles and Polo Ponies, Oh My! (26 min)

The Palm Beaches of Florida are known for beautiful golf courses, polo grounds and pristine beaches, but did you know the area is also a wonderful family vacation destination? Join Colleen Kelly as she explores a sampling of family-friendly activities in the area. The vacation includes a behind-the-scenes visit to the first drive-thru safari park in the United States, where Colleen and her daughters meet a turtle that's more than 90 years old! Turtle fever continues with a visit to learn about turtle rescue and care followed by a surfing lesson and a canoe ride through Riverbend Park. The Palm Beaches are known for polo and golf, as the area hosts international competitions in both sports. So a visit to The Palm Beaches would not be complete without polo and golf lessons, and, lucky for Colleen, she and the kids get to learn from some of the best. Colleen also met parents and guides to explore local cuisine, the shopping scene on iconic Worth Avenue, and the Ann Norton Sculpture Garden, where they take an interactive tour for children. Colleen and the kids pack a lot of family-friendly fun into their vacation at The Palm Beaches.

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Jan 31, 6:30am Music Voyager
The New Medellin (27 min)

Despite its notoriety as the home of drug baron Pablo Escobar, Medellin is a modern, thriving city nestled in a scenic mountain valley. Host Jacob Edgar tours a local hip-hop school and community center in the Aranjuez neighborhood that provides a positive outlet for inner city youth. He also enjoys a virtuoso freestyle display by local hip-hop collective Crew Peligrosos, a private performance by reggaeton superstar J-Balvin in his luxurious penthouse apartment and a visit to El Cielo, one of Colombia's most inventive restaurants. After a visit to the headquarters and archives of Discos Fuentes, Colombia's pioneering record label founded in 1934, Edgar and the crew pull off a skin-of-our-teeth nighttime street performance with Puerto Candelaria, a quirky band fusing creative jazz arrangements with retro-Colombian cumbia.

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Jan 31, 7:00am Woodwright's Shop
Plain Pine Box (26 min)

Roy looks into the simplest form of furniture, the plain pine box, and discovers the many joys of this grave undertaking.

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Jan 31, 7:30am Woodsmith Shop