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American Masters: Maya Angelou

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Monday, February 20
Feb 20 12:00am New Orleans Cooking with Kevin Belton
Trio of Soups (26 min)

Crawfish and corn soup, turtle soup, oyster and artichoke soup.

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Feb 20, 12:30am Chef's Life
Peas, Please (26 min)

As a visit from her editor accelerates book preparations, Vivian reckons with handing over the restaurant reins to John and Justise. A tutorial in "beatin' peas," delivered by a 92-year-old expert, is an entertaining and therapeutic history lesson.

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Online episodes available
Feb 20, 1:00am Ask This Old House
Philly Sconce, Trim Closet (26 min)

Watch Tom complete a closet by adding a coat rack, shelving and a new door. Richard has wax on the mind when it comes to diagnosing a leaky toilet. Scott heads to Philadelphia. See him replace a wobbly sconce at a home that was once a church.

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Online episodes available
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Feb 20, 1:30am Rick Steves' Europe
Basque Country (26 min)

The homeland of the proud and resiliant Basque people is split between France and Spain. From our San Sebastian home base, we tour the ancient Basque capital of Gernika, the dazzling Guggenheim Modern in Bilbao, and then cross into France for more Basque Country charms. From yummy tapa bars to lightning-fast jai alai games, we'll experience Basque culture at its most vivid.

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Online episodes available
Feb 20, 2:00am Wild Photo Adventures
Wild Photo Adventures
Maine Moose and Loons (26 min)

Host and professional wildlife photographer Doug Gardner explores the Northern Woods to photograph Maine's fabled Moose and Loons.

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Feb 20, 2:30am Martha Bakes
Bake It Dark (26 min)

Join Martha for culinary tricks of the trade for coaxing the utmost flavor from your baked good. Create sticky toffee pudding served with a toffee sauce, mini apricot tarte tatins, a simple pear tart and no-knead bread with flavorful seeds.

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Online episodes available
Feb 20, 3:00am Quilting Arts
Quilting Arts
Inspired By Nature (28 min)

There are so many plants and animals giving us patterns, colors and simply inspiring us to create. Fiber artist Sue Reno talks about finding creative inspiration in her environment; her work features native plants, as well as images of animal skeletons. Close inspection of nature is also evident in the work of Jane Sassaman's quilts. She shows how to abstract plant images and use them in your quilts.

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Feb 20, 3:30am Paint This with Jerry Yarnell
A Frosty Tradition, Part 5 (28 min)

In the final episode of this series, Jerry takes his viewers through the process of painting in the final details and highlights. He shows how to paint the features on the snowman's face, buttons, scarf, and adds the branches for his hands. Then Jerry details the mailbox by adding the red flag. Now he dabs a little bit of fallen snow on different parts of the mailbox. Then he finishes by adding tall weeds and dead bushes with the #4 script brush. Then he puts a little more snow highlights on the pathway.

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Feb 20, 4:00am Steven Raichlen's Project Smoke
Seafood Gets Smoked (26 min)

It's a simple formula-seafood plus salt plus wood smoke-but the results are richly flavorful and complex. In this show, you'll learn essential seafood smoking techniques, from brining and curing to cold- and hot-smoking. Smoked shrimp and corn chowder, New Orleans barbecued shrimp, whisky-cured salmon, and salmon candy-all get the smoke treatment. Teach a man to smoke and he'll feast on glorious seafood the rest of his days. Smoked shrimp and corn chowder; Whisky-cured cold-smoked salmon; NOLA barbecued shrimp; Salmon candy.

NO
Feb 20, 4:30am Cooking With Nick Stellino
Veal Appeal (26 min)

Veal alla Norma; Veal Cutlet with Piccata Sauce; Pasta alla Carbonara.

NO
Feb 20, 5:00am The Jazzy Vegetarian
Tofu Surprise (26 min)

Host Laura Theodore prepares tasty recipes based in tofu. The star of the meal is Parchment Wrapped Tofu Surprise, filled with tender tofu, savory mushrooms and tangy tomatoes, all wrapped up in an enticing package. For the first course, festive Avocado Salad Parfaits make a fun starter and for dessert, tofu is the feature once again in creamy and delicious Peanut Butter-Chocolate Mousse.

YES
Feb 20, 5:30am Mexico -- One Plate at a Time with Rick Bayless
How to Feed A City (26 min)

Chef Edgar Nunez wants to change the world. Like Rick, Edgar believes everyone should have access to fresh, local food; he believes Mexican chefs should embrace their own cuisine; and he believes in mentoring the younger generation. Rick and Edgar strategize over a meal of duck carnitas with mole negro at Sud 777, Edgar's strikingly beautiful fine dining Mexico City restaurant. Then they take it to the streets where Edgar's mission continues via food trucks that serve fresh, affordable tacos, tostadas and caldos to all manner of customers. At home, Rick shares his tips and recipes for a stress-free tostada party - including great guacamole - sure to change your world.

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Feb 20, 6:00am Burt Wolf: Travels & Traditions
Cruising The Rhine - Part One (26 min)

In Cruising The Rhine - Part One, Burt takes a look at the history of the Rhine River, the European Grand Tour, modern river cruising, and the Swiss city of Basel. We also learn the real story of the Song of the Lorelei, how to fly a drone and why northern Europe is filled with half-timbered houses.

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Feb 20, 6:30am Travelscope
Fredericksburg, Texas (26 min)

It's time for barbecue, German beer tasting, fine wine sampling and guitar pickin' when Joseph explores Fredericksburg, Texas. Located midway between Austin and San Antonio in beautiful Texas Hill Country, Fredericksburg offers visitors hundreds of bed and breakfasts, scores of dining establishments, historic attractions, varied activities and a deep-rooted German heritage. From tracing its Germanic roots and climbing Enchanted Rock to sipping some local brews and getting down-home with some Texas Roots Music, Joseph enjoys a taste of Germany, a heap of nature and a whole lot of Texas.

YES
Feb 20, 7:00am This Old House
Arlington Arts & Crafts | Details Make the House Beautiful (26 min)

The kitchen island countertop is installed and the crew starts on a fieldstone wall in the front yard. Wallpaper covers a new secret door in the upstairs foyer. In the basement, Richard checks the finished heating, cooling and ventilation systems.

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Online episodes available
Feb 20, 7:30am Rough Cut - Woodworking with Tommy Mac
Old Shop/New Shop (26 min)

This week on Rough Cut Woodworking with Tommy Mac, it's out with the old, in with the new. Tommy's building his very own shop from the ground up. Tommy and his team start by going over the plans for the shop with his architect Monte French, before heading over to Koopman's Lumber to talk to Steve Ingram who explains what kind of lumber Tommy picked and why. Finally, they head back to the site to meet up with building commissioner Ed Walsh, who reminds them it's not just about building a shop, it's building it safely. It's all part of the brand new season of Rough Cut.

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Feb 20, 8:00am P. Allen Smith's Garden Home
The Best of Garden Home: Cooking (27 min)

Join P. Allen Smith for a trip down memory lane as he revisits his favorite cooking segments from seasons past.

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Feb 20, 8:30am Make Your Mark
Vroom Vroom (26 min)

Mark's creative car-themed wall decor, bracelets and air fresheners show how to travel in style. Projects: Flower Key Hooks (Ana); Travel Desk With Flip Up Tray; Toy Car Bracelet Spray-Painted Gold; Car Air Fresheners; Auto Wall Hanging (Peter).

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Feb 20, 9:00am Quilting Arts
Quilting Arts
Inspired By Nature (28 min)

There are so many plants and animals giving us patterns, colors and simply inspiring us to create. Fiber artist Sue Reno talks about finding creative inspiration in her environment; her work features native plants, as well as images of animal skeletons. Close inspection of nature is also evident in the work of Jane Sassaman's quilts. She shows how to abstract plant images and use them in your quilts.

NO
Feb 20, 9:30am Paint This with Jerry Yarnell
A Frosty Tradition, Part 5 (28 min)

In the final episode of this series, Jerry takes his viewers through the process of painting in the final details and highlights. He shows how to paint the features on the snowman's face, buttons, scarf, and adds the branches for his hands. Then Jerry details the mailbox by adding the red flag. Now he dabs a little bit of fallen snow on different parts of the mailbox. Then he finishes by adding tall weeds and dead bushes with the #4 script brush. Then he puts a little more snow highlights on the pathway.

NO
Feb 20, 10:00am Steven Raichlen's Project Smoke
Seafood Gets Smoked (26 min)

It's a simple formula-seafood plus salt plus wood smoke-but the results are richly flavorful and complex. In this show, you'll learn essential seafood smoking techniques, from brining and curing to cold- and hot-smoking. Smoked shrimp and corn chowder, New Orleans barbecued shrimp, whisky-cured salmon, and salmon candy-all get the smoke treatment. Teach a man to smoke and he'll feast on glorious seafood the rest of his days. Smoked shrimp and corn chowder; Whisky-cured cold-smoked salmon; NOLA barbecued shrimp; Salmon candy.

NO
Feb 20, 10:30am Cooking With Nick Stellino
Veal Appeal (26 min)

Veal alla Norma; Veal Cutlet with Piccata Sauce; Pasta alla Carbonara.

NO
Feb 20, 11:00am The Jazzy Vegetarian
Tofu Surprise (26 min)

Host Laura Theodore prepares tasty recipes based in tofu. The star of the meal is Parchment Wrapped Tofu Surprise, filled with tender tofu, savory mushrooms and tangy tomatoes, all wrapped up in an enticing package. For the first course, festive Avocado Salad Parfaits make a fun starter and for dessert, tofu is the feature once again in creamy and delicious Peanut Butter-Chocolate Mousse.

YES
Feb 20, 11:30am Mexico -- One Plate at a Time with Rick Bayless
How to Feed A City (26 min)

Chef Edgar Nunez wants to change the world. Like Rick, Edgar believes everyone should have access to fresh, local food; he believes Mexican chefs should embrace their own cuisine; and he believes in mentoring the younger generation. Rick and Edgar strategize over a meal of duck carnitas with mole negro at Sud 777, Edgar's strikingly beautiful fine dining Mexico City restaurant. Then they take it to the streets where Edgar's mission continues via food trucks that serve fresh, affordable tacos, tostadas and caldos to all manner of customers. At home, Rick shares his tips and recipes for a stress-free tostada party - including great guacamole - sure to change your world.

NO
Feb 20, 12:00pm Burt Wolf: Travels & Traditions
Cruising The Rhine - Part One (26 min)

In Cruising The Rhine - Part One, Burt takes a look at the history of the Rhine River, the European Grand Tour, modern river cruising, and the Swiss city of Basel. We also learn the real story of the Song of the Lorelei, how to fly a drone and why northern Europe is filled with half-timbered houses.

NO
Feb 20, 12:30pm Travelscope
Fredericksburg, Texas (26 min)

It's time for barbecue, German beer tasting, fine wine sampling and guitar pickin' when Joseph explores Fredericksburg, Texas. Located midway between Austin and San Antonio in beautiful Texas Hill Country, Fredericksburg offers visitors hundreds of bed and breakfasts, scores of dining establishments, historic attractions, varied activities and a deep-rooted German heritage. From tracing its Germanic roots and climbing Enchanted Rock to sipping some local brews and getting down-home with some Texas Roots Music, Joseph enjoys a taste of Germany, a heap of nature and a whole lot of Texas.

YES
Feb 20, 1:00pm Rick Steves' Europe
Florentine Delights and Tuscan Side Trips (26 min)

Enjoy more of the exquisite artistic treasures of the city that propelled Europe out of the Middle Ages. Then we side-trip to a couple of rival cities and cultural capitals in their own right, Pisa and Lucca, where we'll marvel at a tipsy tower, circle a city on its ramparts, and enjoy some Puccini in his hometown.

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Online episodes available
Feb 20, 1:30pm Rough Cut - Woodworking with Tommy Mac
Old Shop/New Shop (26 min)

This week on Rough Cut Woodworking with Tommy Mac, it's out with the old, in with the new. Tommy's building his very own shop from the ground up. Tommy and his team start by going over the plans for the shop with his architect Monte French, before heading over to Koopman's Lumber to talk to Steve Ingram who explains what kind of lumber Tommy picked and why. Finally, they head back to the site to meet up with building commissioner Ed Walsh, who reminds them it's not just about building a shop, it's building it safely. It's all part of the brand new season of Rough Cut.

NO
Feb 20, 2:00pm P. Allen Smith's Garden Home
The Best of Garden Home: Cooking (27 min)

Join P. Allen Smith for a trip down memory lane as he revisits his favorite cooking segments from seasons past.

NO
Feb 20, 2:30pm Make Your Mark
Vroom Vroom (26 min)

Mark's creative car-themed wall decor, bracelets and air fresheners show how to travel in style. Projects: Flower Key Hooks (Ana); Travel Desk With Flip Up Tray; Toy Car Bracelet Spray-Painted Gold; Car Air Fresheners; Auto Wall Hanging (Peter).

NO
Feb 20, 3:00pm This Old House
Arlington Arts & Crafts | Details Make the House Beautiful (26 min)

The kitchen island countertop is installed and the crew starts on a fieldstone wall in the front yard. Wallpaper covers a new secret door in the upstairs foyer. In the basement, Richard checks the finished heating, cooling and ventilation systems.

NO
Online episodes available
Feb 20, 3:30pm Chef's Life
Stand By Your Cabbage (26 min)

Vivian's summer itinerary picks up with a 14-day photoshoot as she preps for a first-time trip to Feast Portland. Before heading out west, Sam Jones and Miss Lillie share old school cabbage recipes that influence the dish she prepares for festival goers. While on the road, Vivian trusts John and Justise to hold down the fort back home.

NO
Online episodes available
Tuesday, February 21
Feb 20, 4:00pm Simply Ming
Jeremy Sewell (26 min)

Have you ever wanted to cook a whole fish by yourself? Boston chef Jeremy Sewell will show you how! The James Beard award-winner makes whole black sea bass with ginger tomatoes, pesto and crispy squash blossoms. Meanwhile, Ming shows off his skills by cooking a whole steamed and flashed sea bass. Don't miss out, this week on Simply Ming!

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Feb 20, 4:30pm Hubert Keller: Secrets of a Chef
 Hubert Keller: Secrets of a Chef
Pool Party Feast (28 min)

Chef Keller demonstrates pool party favorites, starting with a refreshing melon gazpacho served with a duck prosciutto bruschetta. Then he makes his signature buffalo sliders with brie cheese. He shows step-by-step how to build the perfect charcuterie board with an assortment of sausages, pates, salami, and just the right accompaniments. Melon Gazpacho with Duck Proscuitto Bruschetta, Buffalo Sliders with Brie & Arugula, & Charcuterie Platter.

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Feb 20, 5:00pm Lidia's Kitchen
Quick and Delicious Braises (26 min)

Lidia loves long cooking techniques and braising but often, one just wants to prepare quick and delicious meals using the same technique. In this episode, she teaches the viewer to do just that. Her first dish is a velvety lettuce soup in a fontina gratin; she then makes a juicy but super quick pork tenderloin with balsamic onions. Lastly, she prepares string beans with rocky mashed potatoes made with garlic and olive oil.

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Feb 20, 5:30pm 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
Feb 20, 6:00pm 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.

NO
Feb 20, 6:30pm Chef's Life
Stand By Your Cabbage (26 min)

Vivian's summer itinerary picks up with a 14-day photoshoot as she preps for a first-time trip to Feast Portland. Before heading out west, Sam Jones and Miss Lillie share old school cabbage recipes that influence the dish she prepares for festival goers. While on the road, Vivian trusts John and Justise to hold down the fort back home.

NO
Online episodes available
Feb 20, 7:00pm This Old House
Arlington Arts & Crafts | Details Make the House Beautiful (26 min)

The kitchen island countertop is installed and the crew starts on a fieldstone wall in the front yard. Wallpaper covers a new secret door in the upstairs foyer. In the basement, Richard checks the finished heating, cooling and ventilation systems.

NO
Online episodes available
Feb 20, 7:30pm Globe Trekker
Globe Trekker
Wild West USA (57 min)

In this Globe Trekker special, Zay Harding, Sami Sabiti, Holly Morris, Justine Shapiro and Ian Wright explore the extraordinary history of America's spectacular Wild West. Sami starts the journey by following Lewis & Clark's 3700 mile journey of exploration from 1804, Zay visits the location of the most famous siege in the history of the Wild West - the Alamo, Justine visits the site of the first discovery of the California Gold Rush, Holly joins the annual re-ride of the 2000 mile Pony Express route, and Ian heads to the Little Bighorn battlefield in Montana, the site of Custer's famous Last Stand in 1876.

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Feb 20, 8:30pm Lidia's Kitchen
Quick and Delicious Braises (26 min)

Lidia loves long cooking techniques and braising but often, one just wants to prepare quick and delicious meals using the same technique. In this episode, she teaches the viewer to do just that. Her first dish is a velvety lettuce soup in a fontina gratin; she then makes a juicy but super quick pork tenderloin with balsamic onions. Lastly, she prepares string beans with rocky mashed potatoes made with garlic and olive oil.

NO
Feb 20, 9:00pm 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
Feb 20, 9:30pm Simply Ming
Jeremy Sewell (26 min)

Have you ever wanted to cook a whole fish by yourself? Boston chef Jeremy Sewell will show you how! The James Beard award-winner makes whole black sea bass with ginger tomatoes, pesto and crispy squash blossoms. Meanwhile, Ming shows off his skills by cooking a whole steamed and flashed sea bass. Don't miss out, this week on Simply Ming!

NO
Feb 20, 10:00pm Steven Raichlen's Project Smoke
Seafood Gets Smoked (26 min)

It's a simple formula-seafood plus salt plus wood smoke-but the results are richly flavorful and complex. In this show, you'll learn essential seafood smoking techniques, from brining and curing to cold- and hot-smoking. Smoked shrimp and corn chowder, New Orleans barbecued shrimp, whisky-cured salmon, and salmon candy-all get the smoke treatment. Teach a man to smoke and he'll feast on glorious seafood the rest of his days. Smoked shrimp and corn chowder; Whisky-cured cold-smoked salmon; NOLA barbecued shrimp; Salmon candy.

NO
Feb 20, 10:30pm Islands Without Cars With Kira Hesser
Islands Without Cars with Kira Hesser
The Greek Island of Hydra (26 min)

"The Greek Island of Hydra" is an exploration into the lives of American and British ex-patriot writers and artists who have responded to the Siren's call and reinvented their lives on this tiny, preserved, architectural and historical landmark - which also happens to be the only developed Greek island without cars. Interviews include internationally acclaimed Hydriot artist Panayotis Tetsus at a showing of his paintings, along with a host of ex-patriots who have followed in Henry Miller and Leonard Cohen's footsteps to make Hydra their home. This is an opportunity to see what it's like to escape to a Greek island.

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Feb 20, 11:00pm Lidia's Kitchen
Quick and Delicious Braises (26 min)

Lidia loves long cooking techniques and braising but often, one just wants to prepare quick and delicious meals using the same technique. In this episode, she teaches the viewer to do just that. Her first dish is a velvety lettuce soup in a fontina gratin; she then makes a juicy but super quick pork tenderloin with balsamic onions. Lastly, she prepares string beans with rocky mashed potatoes made with garlic and olive oil.

NO
Feb 20, 11:30pm 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
Feb 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.

NO
Feb 21, 12:30am Chef's Life
Stand By Your Cabbage (26 min)

Vivian's summer itinerary picks up with a 14-day photoshoot as she preps for a first-time trip to Feast Portland. Before heading out west, Sam Jones and Miss Lillie share old school cabbage recipes that influence the dish she prepares for festival goers. While on the road, Vivian trusts John and Justise to hold down the fort back home.

NO
Online episodes available
Feb 21, 1:00am This Old House
Arlington Arts & Crafts | Details Make the House Beautiful (26 min)

The kitchen island countertop is installed and the crew starts on a fieldstone wall in the front yard. Wallpaper covers a new secret door in the upstairs foyer. In the basement, Richard checks the finished heating, cooling and ventilation systems.

NO
Online episodes available
Feb 21, 1:30am Globe Trekker
Globe Trekker
Wild West USA (57 min)

In this Globe Trekker special, Zay Harding, Sami Sabiti, Holly Morris, Justine Shapiro and Ian Wright explore the extraordinary history of America's spectacular Wild West. Sami starts the journey by following Lewis & Clark's 3700 mile journey of exploration from 1804, Zay visits the location of the most famous siege in the history of the Wild West - the Alamo, Justine visits the site of the first discovery of the California Gold Rush, Holly joins the annual re-ride of the 2000 mile Pony Express route, and Ian heads to the Little Bighorn battlefield in Montana, the site of Custer's famous Last Stand in 1876.

NO
Feb 21, 2:30am Lidia's Kitchen
Quick and Delicious Braises (26 min)

Lidia loves long cooking techniques and braising but often, one just wants to prepare quick and delicious meals using the same technique. In this episode, she teaches the viewer to do just that. Her first dish is a velvety lettuce soup in a fontina gratin; she then makes a juicy but super quick pork tenderloin with balsamic onions. Lastly, she prepares string beans with rocky mashed potatoes made with garlic and olive oil.

NO
Feb 21, 3:00am Sewing with Nancy
All Occasion Fabric Wraps, Part 2 (26 min)

Enhance your wardrobe with fun fabric wraps made easily with casual clothing. Transform specialty fabrics and clothing into fabulous fabric wraps with the help of Nancy and designer Mary Mulari. See the magical morphing of a sweatshirt and necktie into a casual wrap designed by Mary. These cozy wraps, both practical and stylish, are a great gift or personal wardrobe accessory.

NO
Online episodes available
Feb 21, 3:30am The Best of The Joy of Painting
Quiet Woods (27 min)

Travel with Bob Ross into the silent misty forest and experience the breathtaking beauty of nature as it awakens from slumber.

NO
Feb 21, 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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Feb 21, 4:30am Joanne Weir's Cooking Confidence
Bistro Style (26 min)

Farm fresh lettuces get just a bit of enhancement from a delicious green goddess dressing in Joanne's salad. Her student, Aggie, learns a few simple secrets to making great pie crusts, an they decide to make a savory galette toping their crust with a savory filling of mushrooms and blue cheese. Recipes: Butter Lettuce with Green Goddess Dressing, Mushroom and Blue Cheese Galette. Student: Aggie Gettys.

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Feb 21, 5:00am Dining with the Chef
Artisan Edition In Chiba: Koedo Kaiseki Cuisine (28 min)

Townscapes from the Edo period still exist in the Sawara District of Katori City, Chiba Prefecture, and unexplored tourist spot where visitors can experience traditional Japan. Visiting this town, where skilled chefs demonstrate Japanese cooking techniques, is just like traveling back to that period in time. In this episode, chef Tatsuo Saito and Yu Hayami introduce Kaiseki banquet-style cuisine, a feast for both the eyes and the tongue, made using original high-grade ingredients that are unique to Japanese cuisine, such as traditional seasonings, mizu-shio salted water, and kuzu starch.

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Feb 21, 5:30am Jacques Pepin: More Fast Food My Way
Jacques Pepin: More Fast Food My Way
Spice Up Your Life (26 min)

When Claudine comes to visit, Jacques wants to spend the day with his daughter and granddaughter so he turns to his pressure cooker to prepare a Lamb Curry in less than half the time and serves it over Rice with Raisins. To begin the meal, Jacques manages to stretch four ounces of sea scallops into a dish serving four people in the form of Scallop Pancakes on Boston Salad -- the smell of the pancakes as they cook make it impossible for them to resist sharing the first ones straight out of the pan. For the finale, Jacques transforms a tortilla and a can of apricots into a beautiful and delicious Crisp Apricot.

YES
Feb 21, 6:00am Family Travel with Colleen Kelly
Family Travel with Colleen Kelly
Emerald Coast - Castle Building, Dolphin Doodling and Jet Skiing Fun (26 min)

Colleen and her daughters head to the sunny Emerald Coast of Florida for a relaxing vacation along the Gulf of Mexico. They get a deluxe lesson in how to build a sandcastle from a professional, making an extraordinary three-tower castle! Their next adventure is a dolphin cruise, where the dolphins swim so close to the boat, they can practically touch them! Colleen and the girls then visit the Gulfarium, where they do touch a dolphin and even paint with her, as part of a behind-the-scenes program called Dolphin Doodle. In addition to beautiful beaches, the Emerald Coast is known for its Native American history. The Indian Temple Mound and Museum located in Ft. Walton has one of the finest collections of artifacts and prehistoric ceramics in the Southeastern United States. Colleen also meets a local chef to learn about the fish in the area and tricks for getting kids to try new foods. She then has a fishing lesson on the Okaloosa Island Pier in Destin, known for being the luckiest fishing village. To top off the vacation, Colleen and the girls try jet skiing for the first time, taking in amazing views of the Emerald Coast area from the water. From Ft Walton to Okaloosa Island to Destin, Florida, the Emerald Coast offers fun for the whole family.

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Feb 21, 6:30am Music Voyager
Delhi (26 min)

Edgar's Indian journey concludes in India's capital city of Delhi, where he explores the vibrant underground music scene. He connects with Rabbi Shergill, the Sikh music star who blends the revolutionary spirit of John Lennon with Indian pop. Edgar visits the rehearsal space of Indian Ocean, India's counterpart to the Grateful Dead, who have performed their compelling fusion of ancient Indian roots music with modern grooves for nearly 20 years. Edgar also meets up with the East India Company, an up-and-coming collective that modernizes folk music with electronics and funky beats. The Delhi music tour ends up with a DJ set featuring Midival Punditz and Karsh Kale in one of India's hippest nightclubs.

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Feb 21, 7:00am Woodwright's Shop
Swedish Shrink Box (26 min)

Woodworker Peter Follansbee shows Roy Underhill how to make Swedish shrink boxes from hollowed wood with inserted bottoms.

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Feb 21, 7:30am Woodsmith Shop
Woodsmith Shop
Precision Joinery (27 min)

Precise joinery at the table saw makes the assembly of the bookcase easy. Learn how caster placement is the key to making shop accessories mobile.

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Feb 21, 8:00am Growing a Greener World
 Growing a Greener World
Know Your Farmer: Supporting Community Agriculture (Pennington, NJ; Bedford Hills, NY; and Ranger, GA) (26 min)

The next best thing to growing your own fresh produce is to have someone local do it for you. That's the basis of community supported agriculture co-ops, known as CSAs. Their popularity with consumers has swept the country. For those that don't have the time, space, or desire to grow their own food, it's the perfect partnership between farmer and consumer. In this episode, the team visits the oldest and largest certified organic CSA program in New Jersey. They also visit a small community co-op in New York that's put a surprising spin on the traditional CSA. Viewers will learn how CSAs work, how to find one in their area, and how to harvest the benefits of being a part of this "growing" community.

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Online episodes available
Feb 21, 8:30am Craftsman's Legacy
Craftsman's Legacy
The Flute Maker (26 min)

Geri Littlejohn has been making Native American style flutes for more than 20 years. Host Eric Gorges and Geri start with a simple piece of bamboo and end with what she likes to call a "sacred musical gift of art."

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Feb 21, 9:00am Sewing with Nancy
All Occasion Fabric Wraps, Part 2 (26 min)

Enhance your wardrobe with fun fabric wraps made easily with casual clothing. Transform specialty fabrics and clothing into fabulous fabric wraps with the help of Nancy and designer Mary Mulari. See the magical morphing of a sweatshirt and necktie into a casual wrap designed by Mary. These cozy wraps, both practical and stylish, are a great gift or personal wardrobe accessory.

NO
Online episodes available
Feb 21, 9:30am The Best of The Joy of Painting
Quiet Woods (27 min)

Travel with Bob Ross into the silent misty forest and experience the breathtaking beauty of nature as it awakens from slumber.

NO
Feb 21, 10:00am 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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Feb 21, 10:30am Joanne Weir's Cooking Confidence
Bistro Style (26 min)

Farm fresh lettuces get just a bit of enhancement from a delicious green goddess dressing in Joanne's salad. Her student, Aggie, learns a few simple secrets to making great pie crusts, an they decide to make a savory galette toping their crust with a savory filling of mushrooms and blue cheese. Recipes: Butter Lettuce with Green Goddess Dressing, Mushroom and Blue Cheese Galette. Student: Aggie Gettys.

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Feb 21, 11:00am Dining with the Chef
Artisan Edition In Chiba: Koedo Kaiseki Cuisine (28 min)

Townscapes from the Edo period still exist in the Sawara District of Katori City, Chiba Prefecture, and unexplored tourist spot where visitors can experience traditional Japan. Visiting this town, where skilled chefs demonstrate Japanese cooking techniques, is just like traveling back to that period in time. In this episode, chef Tatsuo Saito and Yu Hayami introduce Kaiseki banquet-style cuisine, a feast for both the eyes and the tongue, made using original high-grade ingredients that are unique to Japanese cuisine, such as traditional seasonings, mizu-shio salted water, and kuzu starch.

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Feb 21, 11:30am Jacques Pepin: More Fast Food My Way
Jacques Pepin: More Fast Food My Way
Spice Up Your Life (26 min)

When Claudine comes to visit, Jacques wants to spend the day with his daughter and granddaughter so he turns to his pressure cooker to prepare a Lamb Curry in less than half the time and serves it over Rice with Raisins. To begin the meal, Jacques manages to stretch four ounces of sea scallops into a dish serving four people in the form of Scallop Pancakes on Boston Salad -- the smell of the pancakes as they cook make it impossible for them to resist sharing the first ones straight out of the pan. For the finale, Jacques transforms a tortilla and a can of apricots into a beautiful and delicious Crisp Apricot.

YES
Feb 21, 12:00pm Family Travel with Colleen Kelly
Family Travel with Colleen Kelly
Emerald Coast - Castle Building, Dolphin Doodling and Jet Skiing Fun (26 min)

Colleen and her daughters head to the sunny Emerald Coast of Florida for a relaxing vacation along the Gulf of Mexico. They get a deluxe lesson in how to build a sandcastle from a professional, making an extraordinary three-tower castle! Their next adventure is a dolphin cruise, where the dolphins swim so close to the boat, they can practically touch them! Colleen and the girls then visit the Gulfarium, where they do touch a dolphin and even paint with her, as part of a behind-the-scenes program called Dolphin Doodle. In addition to beautiful beaches, the Emerald Coast is known for its Native American history. The Indian Temple Mound and Museum located in Ft. Walton has one of the finest collections of artifacts and prehistoric ceramics in the Southeastern United States. Colleen also meets a local chef to learn about the fish in the area and tricks for getting kids to try new foods. She then has a fishing lesson on the Okaloosa Island Pier in Destin, known for being the luckiest fishing village. To top off the vacation, Colleen and the girls try jet skiing for the first time, taking in amazing views of the Emerald Coast area from the water. From Ft Walton to Okaloosa Island to Destin, Florida, the Emerald Coast offers fun for the whole family.

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Feb 21, 12:30pm Music Voyager
Delhi (26 min)

Edgar's Indian journey concludes in India's capital city of Delhi, where he explores the vibrant underground music scene. He connects with Rabbi Shergill, the Sikh music star who blends the revolutionary spirit of John Lennon with Indian pop. Edgar visits the rehearsal space of Indian Ocean, India's counterpart to the Grateful Dead, who have performed their compelling fusion of ancient Indian roots music with modern grooves for nearly 20 years. Edgar also meets up with the East India Company, an up-and-coming collective that modernizes folk music with electronics and funky beats. The Delhi music tour ends up with a DJ set featuring Midival Punditz and Karsh Kale in one of India's hippest nightclubs.

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Feb 21, 1:00pm Rick Steves' Europe
Paris: Regal and Intimate (26 min)

In Paris, amidst all of its grandeur, the little joys of life are still embraced. In this first of two episodes on Paris, we cruise the Seine River, visit Napoleon's tomb, and take in the Louvre. Then we feel the pulse of Paris-shopping in village-like neighborhoods, attending church in a grand pipe organ loft, and celebrating the mother of all revolutions with a big, patriotic Bastille Day bang.

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Online episodes available
Feb 21, 1:30pm Woodsmith Shop
Woodsmith Shop
Precision Joinery (27 min)

Precise joinery at the table saw makes the assembly of the bookcase easy. Learn how caster placement is the key to making shop accessories mobile.

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Feb 21, 2:00pm Growing a Greener World
 Growing a Greener World
Know Your Farmer: Supporting Community Agriculture (Pennington, NJ; Bedford Hills, NY; and Ranger, GA) (26 min)

The next best thing to growing your own fresh produce is to have someone local do it for you. That's the basis of community supported agriculture co-ops, known as CSAs. Their popularity with consumers has swept the country. For those that don't have the time, space, or desire to grow their own food, it's the perfect partnership between farmer and consumer. In this episode, the team visits the oldest and largest certified organic CSA program in New Jersey. They also visit a small community co-op in New York that's put a surprising spin on the traditional CSA. Viewers will learn how CSAs work, how to find one in their area, and how to harvest the benefits of being a part of this "growing" community.

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Online episodes available
Feb 21, 2:30pm Craftsman's Legacy
Craftsman's Legacy
The Flute Maker (26 min)

Geri Littlejohn has been making Native American style flutes for more than 20 years. Host Eric Gorges and Geri start with a simple piece of bamboo and end with what she likes to call a "sacred musical gift of art."

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Feb 21, 3:00pm Woodwright's Shop
Swedish Shrink Box (26 min)

Woodworker Peter Follansbee shows Roy Underhill how to make Swedish shrink boxes from hollowed wood with inserted bottoms.

YES
Feb 21, 3:30pm Chef's Life
Cabbage's Last Stand (26 min)

Vivian can't resist the opportunity to romp around the city before firing up the BBQ cabbage at Feast Portland. The crisp Oregon air and thousands of patient festival patrons make hiccups with her cooking equipment easier to overcome.

NO
Online episodes available
Wednesday, February 22
Feb 21, 4:00pm Joanne Weir Gets Fresh
Roots (26 min)

Without a root cellar to store roots year round, Joanne shows us how easy and delicious cooking with seasonal fresh root vegetables can be. We'll visit a farm and then watch along as Joanne teaches her student how to make Root Vegetable Chips with Roasted Carrot Hummus. Recipes: Root Vegetable Chips with Roasted Carrot Hummus, Roasted Root Vegetable Soup with Spiced Brown Butter Student: Sasha Bernstein.

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Feb 21, 4:30pm Jacques Pepin: Heart & Soul
Jacques Pepin: Heart & Soul
Wonders of the Sea (26 min)

Arriving in New York with a repertoire of French recipes and techniques, Jacques joined the team at Howard Johnson to learn about American food. Today, he shares his expansive knowledge of that cookery, combining it with his traditional French training. Starting with a simple seafood salad, packed with a smorgasbord of marine favorites, then, continuing with the fish theme, making a spicy shrimp with cocktail sauce. He follows with some crispy, Creole-inspired blackfish beignets with spicy sauce, perfect for any brunch or light supper menu.

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Feb 21, 5:00pm Martha Bakes
Coconut (26 min)

Let Martha transport you to the tropics with four coconut-themed desserts: delicate coconut-lemon cake; chewy, crispy coconut cookies; coconut crunch cake; and frozen coconut and roasted pineapple cake with Nobu 57's pastry chef, Michelle Goldsmith.

NO
Online episodes available
Feb 21, 5:30pm America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated
Country Ribs and Corn Muffins (26 min)

Test cook Bryan Roof uncovers the secrets to making the ultimate sweet and tangy grilled country-style pork ribs. Then, equipment expert Adam Ried reviews laundry stain removers in the Equipment Corner. Next, host Christopher Kimball answers cooking questions in Letters to the Editor. Finally, test cook Dan Souza shows Chris how to make the best savory corn muffins at home.

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Feb 21, 6:00pm New Orleans Cooking with Kevin Belton
Carnival (26 min)

Shrimp and andouille gumbo, Creole potato salad, King cake.

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Feb 21, 6:30pm Chef's Life
Cabbage's Last Stand (26 min)

Vivian can't resist the opportunity to romp around the city before firing up the BBQ cabbage at Feast Portland. The crisp Oregon air and thousands of patient festival patrons make hiccups with her cooking equipment easier to overcome.

NO
Online episodes available
Feb 21, 7:00pm Woodwright's Shop
Swedish Shrink Box (26 min)

Woodworker Peter Follansbee shows Roy Underhill how to make Swedish shrink boxes from hollowed wood with inserted bottoms.

YES
Feb 21, 7:30pm Travelscope
Thailand - from Golden Triangle to White Sands (26 min)

From vibrant Bangkok Joseph travels south for a bit of rest and relaxation in the turquoise waters and on the fashionable beaches of the Krabi Peninsula. There he observes the ongoing efforts to preserve nature, indigenous cultures and ancient customs in the face of widespread tourism. After the short respite he heads north to the border of Thailand, Myanmar and Laos to continue his Thailand adventure in the infamous Golden Triangle. From a coffee, tea and macadamia nut plantation to a thriving elephant camp, he uncovers what Thais are doing to transform the Triangle's ancient opium production to pursuits that will improve the lives of the area's many Hill Tribe people.

YES
Feb 21, 8:00pm Equitrekking
Equitrekking
Jordan: Petra, Royal Stables & Dead Sea (26 min)

This episode highlights some of the best of classic Jordan, including Petra, Aqaba, Wadi Mujib and the Dead Sea. Darley begins with a visit to the magical city of Petra, where she and her local guide Ibrahim explore by camel, foot and horseback, riding in the lesser-visited suburb of Little Petra and passing through the siq to catch the Treasury, made famous in the film Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade, in the morning light. Darley learns about the local legends surrounding the Treasury and its contents, as she rides a camel by the Treasury. Next, Darley meets a longtime Petra resident, Marguerite van Geldermalsen. A New Zealander who fell in love with a Bedouin and lived in a cave in Petra for over 20 years, Marguerite shares her unique insight on Petra and Bedouin culture from the eyes of an outsider/ From Petra, Darley travels the Dead Sea Highway to the Dead Sea, where she floats in the mineral-rich waters at the lowest point on earth. Darley hikes Wadi Mujib, a huge water-filled canyon known to adventure travelers as an ultimate hike. Within Wadi Mujib, Darley is challenged to rappel down a waterfall, scale rocks and float through the canyon's corridors. Next, Darley heads to the desert, where she camps with local Bedouins and explores the stunning canyons, dunes and petroglyphs of Wadi Rum on Arabian horses. On a break from the desert, Darley travels to the Gulf of Aqaba, bordered by Jordan, Israel, Saudi Arabia and Egypt, to snorkel above Aqaba's colorful reef.

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Feb 21, 8:30pm Martha Bakes
Coconut (26 min)

Let Martha transport you to the tropics with four coconut-themed desserts: delicate coconut-lemon cake; chewy, crispy coconut cookies; coconut crunch cake; and frozen coconut and roasted pineapple cake with Nobu 57's pastry chef, Michelle Goldsmith.

NO
Online episodes available
Feb 21, 9:00pm America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated
Country Ribs and Corn Muffins (26 min)

Test cook Bryan Roof uncovers the secrets to making the ultimate sweet and tangy grilled country-style pork ribs. Then, equipment expert Adam Ried reviews laundry stain removers in the Equipment Corner. Next, host Christopher Kimball answers cooking questions in Letters to the Editor. Finally, test cook Dan Souza shows Chris how to make the best savory corn muffins at home.

NO
Feb 21, 9:30pm Joanne Weir Gets Fresh
Roots (26 min)

Without a root cellar to store roots year round, Joanne shows us how easy and delicious cooking with seasonal fresh root vegetables can be. We'll visit a farm and then watch along as Joanne teaches her student how to make Root Vegetable Chips with Roasted Carrot Hummus. Recipes: Root Vegetable Chips with Roasted Carrot Hummus, Roasted Root Vegetable Soup with Spiced Brown Butter Student: Sasha Bernstein.

NO
Feb 21, 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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Feb 21, 10:30pm Rudy Maxa's World
Istanbul, Turkey (26 min)

Everywhere in this Turkish city is evidence of civilizations that tried to tame it. From the Romans to the Ottomans, this tumultuous city has seen it all, and its architecture, cuisine, and customs reflect that reality. Here, Christianity and Islam have their touchstones, and the cliche that "East meets West" at the Bosporus is a truism. Rudy tries to avoid buying a Turkish carpet-he admits he's powerless to visit Istanbul without returning home with a rug-but, as usual, he fails. Prowl some of the Grand Bazaar's 2,000 shops and spend some time with a professional shopper who teaches travelers the fine art of haggling. And can those Turkish carpets tell stories? Many do-stories of love and despair are woven in wool and color. Rudy gets steamed and scrubbed in a 16th century hammam, or public bath, and tours some of the world's great buildings-Topkapi Palace, the Aya Sofia, the Blue Mosque, and the downtown Spice Market. Be hypnotized by Whirling Dervishes, charmed by the Iznik art of ceramics, and learn how to buy a . . . carpet.

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Feb 21, 11:00pm Martha Bakes
Coconut (26 min)

Let Martha transport you to the tropics with four coconut-themed desserts: delicate coconut-lemon cake; chewy, crispy coconut cookies; coconut crunch cake; and frozen coconut and roasted pineapple cake with Nobu 57's pastry chef, Michelle Goldsmith.

NO
Online episodes available
Feb 21, 11:30pm America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated
Country Ribs and Corn Muffins (26 min)

Test cook Bryan Roof uncovers the secrets to making the ultimate sweet and tangy grilled country-style pork ribs. Then, equipment expert Adam Ried reviews laundry stain removers in the Equipment Corner. Next, host Christopher Kimball answers cooking questions in Letters to the Editor. Finally, test cook Dan Souza shows Chris how to make the best savory corn muffins at home.

NO
Feb 22 12:00am New Orleans Cooking with Kevin Belton
Carnival (26 min)

Shrimp and andouille gumbo, Creole potato salad, King cake.

NO
Feb 22, 12:30am Chef's Life
Cabbage's Last Stand (26 min)

Vivian can't resist the opportunity to romp around the city before firing up the BBQ cabbage at Feast Portland. The crisp Oregon air and thousands of patient festival patrons make hiccups with her cooking equipment easier to overcome.

NO
Online episodes available
Feb 22, 1:00am Woodwright's Shop
Swedish Shrink Box (26 min)

Woodworker Peter Follansbee shows Roy Underhill how to make Swedish shrink boxes from hollowed wood with inserted bottoms.

YES
Feb 22, 1:30am Travelscope
Thailand - from Golden Triangle to White Sands (26 min)

From vibrant Bangkok Joseph travels south for a bit of rest and relaxation in the turquoise waters and on the fashionable beaches of the Krabi Peninsula. There he observes the ongoing efforts to preserve nature, indigenous cultures and ancient customs in the face of widespread tourism. After the short respite he heads north to the border of Thailand, Myanmar and Laos to continue his Thailand adventure in the infamous Golden Triangle. From a coffee, tea and macadamia nut plantation to a thriving elephant camp, he uncovers what Thais are doing to transform the Triangle's ancient opium production to pursuits that will improve the lives of the area's many Hill Tribe people.

YES
Feb 22, 2:00am Equitrekking
Equitrekking
Jordan: Petra, Royal Stables & Dead Sea (26 min)

This episode highlights some of the best of classic Jordan, including Petra, Aqaba, Wadi Mujib and the Dead Sea. Darley begins with a visit to the magical city of Petra, where she and her local guide Ibrahim explore by camel, foot and horseback, riding in the lesser-visited suburb of Little Petra and passing through the siq to catch the Treasury, made famous in the film Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade, in the morning light. Darley learns about the local legends surrounding the Treasury and its contents, as she rides a camel by the Treasury. Next, Darley meets a longtime Petra resident, Marguerite van Geldermalsen. A New Zealander who fell in love with a Bedouin and lived in a cave in Petra for over 20 years, Marguerite shares her unique insight on Petra and Bedouin culture from the eyes of an outsider/ From Petra, Darley travels the Dead Sea Highway to the Dead Sea, where she floats in the mineral-rich waters at the lowest point on earth. Darley hikes Wadi Mujib, a huge water-filled canyon known to adventure travelers as an ultimate hike. Within Wadi Mujib, Darley is challenged to rappel down a waterfall, scale rocks and float through the canyon's corridors. Next, Darley heads to the desert, where she camps with local Bedouins and explores the stunning canyons, dunes and petroglyphs of Wadi Rum on Arabian horses. On a break from the desert, Darley travels to the Gulf of Aqaba, bordered by Jordan, Israel, Saudi Arabia and Egypt, to snorkel above Aqaba's colorful reef.

NO
Feb 22, 2:30am Martha Bakes
Coconut (26 min)

Let Martha transport you to the tropics with four coconut-themed desserts: delicate coconut-lemon cake; chewy, crispy coconut cookies; coconut crunch cake; and frozen coconut and roasted pineapple cake with Nobu 57's pastry chef, Michelle Goldsmith.

NO
Online episodes available
Feb 22, 3:00am Knit and Crochet NOW!
Downton Abbey-Inspired Gloves (26 min)

This week designer Rohn Strong joins Deborah Norville with not one but two pairs of fingerless gloves...one knit and one crochet. The knit Unger Mitts feature a cable and the Riviera Crochet Mitts has an elegant filet cuff, both of which would be suitable for a dinner party at Downton Abbey! In the stitch corner Ellen is demonstrating a Crochet Motif.

YES
Feb 22, 3:30am Frank Clarke Simply Painting Around The World: China
The Hidden City (26 min)

High on the slopes, Frank discovers a hidden city built during the war with Japan, which now houses a university and museum. Frank also pays tribute to his favorite Chinese artist - the late Xu Beijong.

YES
Feb 22, 4:00am The Great American Seafood Cook-Off III
(26 min)

America's finest chefs showcase their seafood-preparation skills in THE GREAT AMERICAN SEAFOOD COOK-OFF III. In 2010, 14 accomplished and up-and-coming chefs from throughout the United States gathered in New Orleans to compete in the Great American Seafood Cook-Off. The event emphasizes the importance of cooking with local, domestic seafood and encourages the use of products from sustainable fisheries. The contest gave the chefs one hour to prepare a domestic-seafood dish that reflected the cuisine of their home state. Then, judges representing the upper echelon of the culinary arts, including 2009 Cook-Off winner Chef Tory McPhail, sampled the results and crowned the next "King of American Seafood."

NO
Feb 22, 4:30am Ciao Italia
Ciao Italia
Cooking with Wine - Cucinando Con Il Vino (27 min)

Mary Ann travels to the heart of Tuscany to cook with Maria Gorelli at Banfi winery, near Montalcino, Italy. They begin by creating classic Tuscan Pici, a hand rolled, thick-spaghetti style pasta that's the perfect base for Poor Sauce, made from toasted breadcrumbs, olive oil, tomatoes and garlic. And to go with it, a hearty Venison Stew guaranteed to chase the winter blues away.

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Feb 22, 5:00am Healthful Indian Flavors With Alamelu
Healthful Indian Flavors with Alamelu
(26 min)

Alamelu shows us the "joy of cooking" when she makes potato masala (which can also be made into potato cutlets), chicken tikka kebabs, and cilantro chutney. All of these recipes are gluten-free.

NO
Feb 22, 5:30am Taste The Islands with Chef Irie
Kingston to Bridgetown (26 min)

Chef Irie mixes big island and small island traditions with his Escoveitched Flying Fish over Coucou, Kale Salad with Mango Vinaigrette and a delightful Rum Raisin Bread Pudding with Coconut Custard Sauce. Chef takes on a drink-making challenge at the home of Vincentian Soca King Kevin Lyttle.

NO
Feb 22, 6:00am DayTripper
Big Bend (Part 2) and Terlingua (27 min)

After a night backpacking to the South Rim, Chet wakes up to head back to the basin. After summiting Emory Peak (the tallest point in the park), Chet and crew head to Terlingua, where they explore the town's old mining culture, eat at an old theater, and celebrate at the historic "La Kiva" bar.

NO
Feb 22, 6:30am Journeys In Japan
(28 min)

English-speaking visitors travel the length of Japan, exploring the local culture and meeting the people. Charles Glover feasts on the delicacies and sake of Akita in late autumn.

NO
Feb 22, 7:00am Ask This Old House
Philly Sconce, Trim Closet (26 min)

Watch Tom complete a closet by adding a coat rack, shelving and a new door. Richard has wax on the mind when it comes to diagnosing a leaky toilet. Scott heads to Philadelphia. See him replace a wobbly sconce at a home that was once a church.

NO
Online episodes available
Feb 22, 7:30am American Woodshop
Scrolled Leg Stand (26 min)

Bandsaw curves join together for a sturdy occasional table.

NO
Online episodes available
Feb 22, 8:00am Garden SMART
Garden SMART
(26 min)

GardenSMART visits an exceptional gardener and her garden. She's taken an historic site, added her horticultural touch, and the results are stunning. Join us as we GardenSMART.

NO
Feb 22, 8:30am For Your Home
For Your Home
Put A Lid On It (26 min)

Vicki takes a quick break from construction to share her home garden and how to make pesto before heading off to the project house to watch a metal roof get installed. The hardwood floors are extended to incorporate the entire house and get a coat of gray stain for a more contemporary look. Take a trip to a local stone yard to see the solid surface materials Vicki selects for the interior and exterior countertops.

NO
Feb 22, 9:00am Knit and Crochet NOW!
Downton Abbey-Inspired Gloves (26 min)

This week designer Rohn Strong joins Deborah Norville with not one but two pairs of fingerless gloves...one knit and one crochet. The knit Unger Mitts feature a cable and the Riviera Crochet Mitts has an elegant filet cuff, both of which would be suitable for a dinner party at Downton Abbey! In the stitch corner Ellen is demonstrating a Crochet Motif.

YES
Feb 22, 9:30am Frank Clarke Simply Painting Around The World: China
The Hidden City (26 min)

High on the slopes, Frank discovers a hidden city built during the war with Japan, which now houses a university and museum. Frank also pays tribute to his favorite Chinese artist - the late Xu Beijong.

YES
Feb 22, 10:00am The Great American Seafood Cook-Off III
(26 min)

America's finest chefs showcase their seafood-preparation skills in THE GREAT AMERICAN SEAFOOD COOK-OFF III. In 2010, 14 accomplished and up-and-coming chefs from throughout the United States gathered in New Orleans to compete in the Great American Seafood Cook-Off. The event emphasizes the importance of cooking with local, domestic seafood and encourages the use of products from sustainable fisheries. The contest gave the chefs one hour to prepare a domestic-seafood dish that reflected the cuisine of their home state. Then, judges representing the upper echelon of the culinary arts, including 2009 Cook-Off winner Chef Tory McPhail, sampled the results and crowned the next "King of American Seafood."

NO
Feb 22, 10:30am Ciao Italia
Ciao Italia
Cooking with Wine - Cucinando Con Il Vino (27 min)

Mary Ann travels to the heart of Tuscany to cook with Maria Gorelli at Banfi winery, near Montalcino, Italy. They begin by creating classic Tuscan Pici, a hand rolled, thick-spaghetti style pasta that's the perfect base for Poor Sauce, made from toasted breadcrumbs, olive oil, tomatoes and garlic. And to go with it, a hearty Venison Stew guaranteed to chase the winter blues away.

NO
Feb 22, 11:00am Healthful Indian Flavors With Alamelu
Healthful Indian Flavors with Alamelu
(26 min)

Alamelu shows us the "joy of cooking" when she makes potato masala (which can also be made into potato cutlets), chicken tikka kebabs, and cilantro chutney. All of these recipes are gluten-free.

NO
Feb 22, 11:30am Taste The Islands with Chef Irie
Kingston to Bridgetown (26 min)

Chef Irie mixes big island and small island traditions with his Escoveitched Flying Fish over Coucou, Kale Salad with Mango Vinaigrette and a delightful Rum Raisin Bread Pudding with Coconut Custard Sauce. Chef takes on a drink-making challenge at the home of Vincentian Soca King Kevin Lyttle.

NO
Feb 22, 12:00pm DayTripper
Big Bend (Part 2) and Terlingua (27 min)

After a night backpacking to the South Rim, Chet wakes up to head back to the basin. After summiting Emory Peak (the tallest point in the park), Chet and crew head to Terlingua, where they explore the town's old mining culture, eat at an old theater, and celebrate at the historic "La Kiva" bar.

NO
Feb 22, 12:30pm Journeys In Japan
(28 min)

English-speaking visitors travel the length of Japan, exploring the local culture and meeting the people. Charles Glover feasts on the delicacies and sake of Akita in late autumn.

NO
Feb 22, 1:00pm Rick Steves' Europe
Paris: Embracing Life and Art (26 min)

In this second of two episodes on Europe's "City of Light," we ride a unicorn into the Middle Ages at the Cluny Museum, take a midnight Paris joyride in a classic car, get an extremely close-up look at heavenly stained glass in Sainte-Chapelle, go on a tombstone pilgrimage at Pere Lachaise Cemetery, and savor the Parisian cafe scene. Few cites are so confident in their expertise in good living-and as travelers, we get to share in that uniquely Parisian joie de vivre.

NO
Online episodes available
Feb 22, 1:30pm American Woodshop
Scrolled Leg Stand (26 min)

Bandsaw curves join together for a sturdy occasional table.

NO
Online episodes available
Feb 22, 2:00pm Garden SMART
Garden SMART
(26 min)

GardenSMART visits an exceptional gardener and her garden. She's taken an historic site, added her horticultural touch, and the results are stunning. Join us as we GardenSMART.

NO
Feb 22, 2:30pm For Your Home
For Your Home
Put A Lid On It (26 min)

Vicki takes a quick break from construction to share her home garden and how to make pesto before heading off to the project house to watch a metal roof get installed. The hardwood floors are extended to incorporate the entire house and get a coat of gray stain for a more contemporary look. Take a trip to a local stone yard to see the solid surface materials Vicki selects for the interior and exterior countertops.

NO
Feb 22, 3:00pm Ask This Old House
Philly Sconce, Trim Closet (26 min)

Watch Tom complete a closet by adding a coat rack, shelving and a new door. Richard has wax on the mind when it comes to diagnosing a leaky toilet. Scott heads to Philadelphia. See him replace a wobbly sconce at a home that was once a church.

NO
Online episodes available
Feb 22, 3:30pm Chef's Life
More Than One Way to Skin A Catfish (26 min)

An up-close-and-personal experience with farm-raised catfish offers Vivian an enlightened perspective on the industry. When a staff member's last day at the restaurant finally arrives, heavy emotions, and fond memories create a bonding moment for the entire crew. It's the holidays and Vivian is crowned Grand Marshall of the Pink Hill Christmas Parade.

NO
Online episodes available
Thursday, February 23
Feb 22, 4:00pm New Scandinavian Cooking
New Nordic Cuisine (26 min)

In this episode, Andreas embarks on a culinary journey, looking for the source of the new Nordic food revolution. The journey begins in Oslo, at Norway's best restaurant, Maaemo. He goes fishing for langoustines and foraging for wild herbs. On board the train again Andreas invites for a herring tartar and on arrival in Stavanger he visits Tango Bar and Kitchen for a modern herring feast.

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Feb 22, 4:30pm Baking With Julia
(26 min)

This episode of BAKING WITH JULIA features Gail Gand, pastry chef and owner of Chicago's Vanilla Bean Bakery and Florida baker David Blom. Gail shows Julia and viewers how to create a " not your usual" lemon meringue pie-for-one, while David Blom makes cookies: delicately curved tuiles and tasty gingersnaps.

NO
Online episodes available
Feb 22, 5:00pm Lidia's Kitchen
Fish and Seafood (26 min)

It doesn't get any better in an Italian kitchen than when Lidia makes fish and vegetables. In this episode, she prepares a nice and refreshing pan seared shrimp with arugula pesto. Her next dish is butterflied trout, fried in a pan with bacon and basil served with a zucchini dish made with anchovies and capers.

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Feb 22, 5:30pm Cook's Country
Cook's Country
Badger State Favorites (26 min)

Test cook Julia Collin Davison shows host Christopher Kimball how to make a regional classic, spicy cheese bread. Next, tasting expert Jack Bishop challenges Chris to a tasting of sharp cheddar cheese. Then, equipment expert Adam Ried reveals his top picks for dish drying racks. And finally, test cook Bridget Lancaster uncovers the secrets to old-fashioned vanilla frozen custard.

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Feb 22, 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.

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Feb 22, 6:30pm Chef's Life
More Than One Way to Skin A Catfish (26 min)

An up-close-and-personal experience with farm-raised catfish offers Vivian an enlightened perspective on the industry. When a staff member's last day at the restaurant finally arrives, heavy emotions, and fond memories create a bonding moment for the entire crew. It's the holidays and Vivian is crowned Grand Marshall of the Pink Hill Christmas Parade.

NO
Online episodes available
Feb 22, 7:00pm Ask This Old House
Philly Sconce, Trim Closet (26 min)

Watch Tom complete a closet by adding a coat rack, shelving and a new door. Richard has wax on the mind when it comes to diagnosing a leaky toilet. Scott heads to Philadelphia. See him replace a wobbly sconce at a home that was once a church.

NO
Online episodes available
Feb 22, 7:30pm Rick Steves' Europe
Paris: Embracing Life and Art (26 min)

In this second of two episodes on Europe's "City of Light," we ride a unicorn into the Middle Ages at the Cluny Museum, take a midnight Paris joyride in a classic car, get an extremely close-up look at heavenly stained glass in Sainte-Chapelle, go on a tombstone pilgrimage at Pere Lachaise Cemetery, and savor the Parisian cafe scene. Few cites are so confident in their expertise in good living-and as travelers, we get to share in that uniquely Parisian joie de vivre.

NO
Online episodes available
Feb 22, 8:00pm Wild Photo Adventures
Wild Photo Adventures
Shenandoah National Park (26 min)

Host and professional wildlife photographer Doug Gardner gets up close and personal to photograph the majestic white-tailed deer.

YES
Feb 22, 8:30pm Lidia's Kitchen
Fish and Seafood (26 min)

It doesn't get any better in an Italian kitchen than when Lidia makes fish and vegetables. In this episode, she prepares a nice and refreshing pan seared shrimp with arugula pesto. Her next dish is butterflied trout, fried in a pan with bacon and basil served with a zucchini dish made with anchovies and capers.

NO
Feb 22, 9:00pm Cook's Country
Cook's Country
Badger State Favorites (26 min)

Test cook Julia Collin Davison shows host Christopher Kimball how to make a regional classic, spicy cheese bread. Next, tasting expert Jack Bishop challenges Chris to a tasting of sharp cheddar cheese. Then, equipment expert Adam Ried reveals his top picks for dish drying racks. And finally, test cook Bridget Lancaster uncovers the secrets to old-fashioned vanilla frozen custard.

NO
Feb 22, 9:30pm New Scandinavian Cooking
New Nordic Cuisine (26 min)

In this episode, Andreas embarks on a culinary journey, looking for the source of the new Nordic food revolution. The journey begins in Oslo, at Norway's best restaurant, Maaemo. He goes fishing for langoustines and foraging for wild herbs. On board the train again Andreas invites for a herring tartar and on arrival in Stavanger he visits Tango Bar and Kitchen for a modern herring feast.

NO
Feb 22, 10:00pm The Great American Seafood Cook-Off III
(26 min)

America's finest chefs showcase their seafood-preparation skills in THE GREAT AMERICAN SEAFOOD COOK-OFF III. In 2010, 14 accomplished and up-and-coming chefs from throughout the United States gathered in New Orleans to compete in the Great American Seafood Cook-Off. The event emphasizes the importance of cooking with local, domestic seafood and encourages the use of products from sustainable fisheries. The contest gave the chefs one hour to prepare a domestic-seafood dish that reflected the cuisine of their home state. Then, judges representing the upper echelon of the culinary arts, including 2009 Cook-Off winner Chef Tory McPhail, sampled the results and crowned the next "King of American Seafood."

NO
Feb 22, 10:30pm Rhythm Abroad
Switzerland (26 min)

This episode has Brittany exploring traditional Swiss culture tucked away high in the Alps. She begins her journey in Nendaz where she takes part in the annual Alphorn Festival - a festival devoted to local folklore with the largest gathering of alphorns in the world. It may not be music to the ears, but Brittany certainly gives the alphorn a try along with traditional folk dancing. And no stay in Switzerland would be complete without a visit to a cheese farm.

NO
Feb 22, 11:00pm Lidia's Kitchen
Fish and Seafood (26 min)

It doesn't get any better in an Italian kitchen than when Lidia makes fish and vegetables. In this episode, she prepares a nice and refreshing pan seared shrimp with arugula pesto. Her next dish is butterflied trout, fried in a pan with bacon and basil served with a zucchini dish made with anchovies and capers.

NO
Feb 22, 11:30pm Cook's Country
Cook's Country
Badger State Favorites (26 min)

Test cook Julia Collin Davison shows host Christopher Kimball how to make a regional classic, spicy cheese bread. Next, tasting expert Jack Bishop challenges Chris to a tasting of sharp cheddar cheese. Then, equipment expert Adam Ried reveals his top picks for dish drying racks. And finally, test cook Bridget Lancaster uncovers the secrets to old-fashioned vanilla frozen custard.

NO
Feb 23 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.

NO
Feb 23, 12:30am Chef's Life
More Than One Way to Skin A Catfish (26 min)

An up-close-and-personal experience with farm-raised catfish offers Vivian an enlightened perspective on the industry. When a staff member's last day at the restaurant finally arrives, heavy emotions, and fond memories create a bonding moment for the entire crew. It's the holidays and Vivian is crowned Grand Marshall of the Pink Hill Christmas Parade.

NO
Online episodes available
Feb 23, 1:00am Ask This Old House
Philly Sconce, Trim Closet (26 min)

Watch Tom complete a closet by adding a coat rack, shelving and a new door. Richard has wax on the mind when it comes to diagnosing a leaky toilet. Scott heads to Philadelphia. See him replace a wobbly sconce at a home that was once a church.

NO
Online episodes available
Feb 23, 1:30am Rick Steves' Europe
Paris: Embracing Life and Art (26 min)

In this second of two episodes on Europe's "City of Light," we ride a unicorn into the Middle Ages at the Cluny Museum, take a midnight Paris joyride in a classic car, get an extremely close-up look at heavenly stained glass in Sainte-Chapelle, go on a tombstone pilgrimage at Pere Lachaise Cemetery, and savor the Parisian cafe scene. Few cites are so confident in their expertise in good living-and as travelers, we get to share in that uniquely Parisian joie de vivre.

NO
Online episodes available
Feb 23, 2:00am Wild Photo Adventures
Wild Photo Adventures
Shenandoah National Park (26 min)

Host and professional wildlife photographer Doug Gardner gets up close and personal to photograph the majestic white-tailed deer.

YES
Feb 23, 2:30am Lidia's Kitchen
Fish and Seafood (26 min)

It doesn't get any better in an Italian kitchen than when Lidia makes fish and vegetables. In this episode, she prepares a nice and refreshing pan seared shrimp with arugula pesto. Her next dish is butterflied trout, fried in a pan with bacon and basil served with a zucchini dish made with anchovies and capers.

NO
Feb 23, 3:00am Sewing with Nancy
Stitching A Sewing Community Together (26 min)

Learn firsthand about ties that bind a Sewing and Stitchery Expo together. Nancy interviews people that bring together the largest "sewing community-the Sewing and Stitchery Expo in Puyallup, WA. Among those interviewed were Pati Palmer, renowned pattern designer; Tula Pink, fabric designer; Kathy Marrone, editor of Vogue Patterns magazine; Candice Jewett, sewing/quilting teacher; Tina Torrey, Kathy Ackley, Brittany Revel, and Debbie Wilson, customers/students; and Joanne Ross, celebrating 30 years as director and founder of the expo.

NO
Online episodes available
Feb 23, 3:30am The Best of The Joy of Painting
Cabin In Sunset (28 min)

Bob Ross teaches us the joy of painting with a bright, colorful sky, trees and cabin displayed on canvas!

NO
Feb 23, 4:00am Lucky Chow
Ramen Mania (28 min)

Ivan Orkin, the renegade New Yorker-turned-Japanese-ramen-chef, discusses ramen culture in New York versus Tokyo. Chef Nakamura from Sun Noodles explains what makes a great bowl of ramen. Later, seafood purveyor-turned-ramen-chef Yuji Haraguchi creates a New York deli-style version of his broth-less ramen dish, mazemen, using sustainable and typically discarded seafood from a nearby supermarket. The episode ends in Berkeley, Calif. with a tour of the local greenmarket from three former Chez Panisse chefs. After traveling to Japan, they opened a restaurant in the U.S. that serves ramen dishes with their local and personal spin.

NO
Feb 23, 4:30am Joanne Weir's Cooking Confidence
You Say Harissa (26 min)

Each time Joanne travels, she loves to find ways to bring exotic flavors home. In this episode, she shows her student Michelle how a picant spice rub, harissa, can quickly transform a home cooked meal of pork tenderloin into a gourmet experience with a cooling mint and cumin yogurt on the side. Recipes: Harissa-Rubbed Pork Tenderloin with Mint and Cumin Yogurt, Green Spring Vegetables. Student: Michelle Soto.

NO
Feb 23, 5:00am Dining with the Chef
Artisan Edition In Chiba: Koedo Kaiseki Cuisine (28 min)

Townscapes from the Edo period still exist in the Sawara District of Katori City, Chiba Prefecture, and unexplored tourist spot where visitors can experience traditional Japan. Visiting this town, where skilled chefs demonstrate Japanese cooking techniques, is just like traveling back to that period in time. In this episode, chef Tatsuo Saito and Yu Hayami introduce Kaiseki banquet-style cuisine, a feast for both the eyes and the tongue, made using original high-grade ingredients that are unique to Japanese cuisine, such as traditional seasonings, mizu-shio salted water, and kuzu starch.

NO
Feb 23, 5:30am Jacques Pepin: More Fast Food My Way
Jacques Pepin: More Fast Food My Way
Earth to Table (26 min)

For Jacques, nothing beats an earthy soup to keep you warm during the coldest season and his Hearty Vegetable Bean Soup hits the spot. To spice up the evening, he creates a pocket in boneless chicken breasts to fill with a tasty stuffing in Chicken Supremes with Tapenade and Mushroom Sauce served over Vegetable Couscous. The meal ends on a sweet note with a Pear Compote and freshly baked Almond Crumble Cookies.

YES
Feb 23, 6:00am Travel with Kids
Cancun Mexico & Whale Sharks (28 min)

Get ready for an adventure of a lifetime, swimming with giant Whale Sharks! Head by boat off the coast of Cancun to experience the majestic Whale Shark migration. Learn Mayan history and culture at Ek Balam pyramids and rappel by rope deep into an underground cave called a Cenote. Try local foods, take a local ferry to the small island of Isla Mujeres to wander the small streets reminding travelers of what Cancun was like years ago. Visit the hotel zone and all the fun things to see and to on this Caribbean coast of Mexico.

NO
Feb 23, 6:30am Music Voyager
Beyond Bob Marley (26 min)

Ask the average person what they know about Jamaican music and the first thing they will think of is Bob Marley. While the legacy of Marley is alive and well, in this episode, Jacob Edgar visits with some of today's most popular reggae artists who are keeping roots reggae going strong. Edgar's travels to St. Thomas, a small city east of Kingston, to visit with Tarrus Riley, one of the hottest young reggae singers. After a walk through a local market, Tarrus takes Edgar down bumpy back roads for an unplugged performance next to the one-room shack by the sea that he lived in for seven years. After catching Tarrus at his star-studded record release party and a blazing show at Jamaica's biggest music festival, Sumfest, Edgar journeys to the hills outside of Kingston for a visit with reggae star Richie Spice. They explore Richie Spice's family farm and discuss the social role of reggae, what it means to be a Rastafarian and the joys of raising bunny rabbits. The episode ends with a visit with Etana, a young singer who blends reggae and neo-soul who has become hugely popular in Jamaica. Edgar and Etana discuss the struggles of women to make their voices heard in the Jamaican music industry, and Etana and her band treat the viewer to a stunning acoustic performance on the picturesque Goldeneye beach.

NO
Feb 23, 7:00am Woodwright's Shop
Saw Like A Butterfly (26 min)

The great poet-athlete Muhammad Ali inspires the best lessons in woodworking - Saw Like a Butterfly, Plane Like a Bee!

YES
Feb 23, 7:30am Woodsmith Shop
Woodsmith Shop
Adding Details (27 min)

Watch how little details really make the bookcase project stand out. Plus, great tips and techniques for making better frame and panel assemblies.

NO
Feb 23, 8:00am Growing a Greener World
 Growing a Greener World
Beyond Veggies: Adding Fruit to Your Food Garden (St. Louis, MO) (26 min)

The natural first step to growing food is usually a small vegetable plot or garden. For many, the desire to expand their palate often finds them considering fruit trees or shrubs. Yet all too often, they stop short of taking that step for various reasons, including the belief that growing fruit will take too much room or require more work and extra care to battle pests and diseases. Yet with the right information and plant choices, growing fruit in a backyard of any size can be a successful and enjoyable experience, without all the work or chemicals you thought you might need. In this episode, Joe visits Stark Brothers Nurseries, the oldest fruit nursery in America, to learn expert tips that can be used to successfully grow fruit in your own backyard orchard.

NO
Online episodes available
Feb 23, 8:30am Craftsman's Legacy
Craftsman's Legacy
The Soap Maker (26 min)

Host Eric Gorges and master soap maker, Deb Kraemer, stir it up with essential oils and herbs. For a guy who likes to get his hands dirty, Eric cleans up nicely.

NO
Feb 23, 9:00am Sewing with Nancy
Stitching A Sewing Community Together (26 min)

Learn firsthand about ties that bind a Sewing and Stitchery Expo together. Nancy interviews people that bring together the largest "sewing community-the Sewing and Stitchery Expo in Puyallup, WA. Among those interviewed were Pati Palmer, renowned pattern designer; Tula Pink, fabric designer; Kathy Marrone, editor of Vogue Patterns magazine; Candice Jewett, sewing/quilting teacher; Tina Torrey, Kathy Ackley, Brittany Revel, and Debbie Wilson, customers/students; and Joanne Ross, celebrating 30 years as director and founder of the expo.

NO
Online episodes available
Feb 23, 9:30am The Best of The Joy of Painting
Cabin In Sunset (28 min)

Bob Ross teaches us the joy of painting with a bright, colorful sky, trees and cabin displayed on canvas!

NO
Feb 23, 10:00am Lucky Chow
Ramen Mania (28 min)

Ivan Orkin, the renegade New Yorker-turned-Japanese-ramen-chef, discusses ramen culture in New York versus Tokyo. Chef Nakamura from Sun Noodles explains what makes a great bowl of ramen. Later, seafood purveyor-turned-ramen-chef Yuji Haraguchi creates a New York deli-style version of his broth-less ramen dish, mazemen, using sustainable and typically discarded seafood from a nearby supermarket. The episode ends in Berkeley, Calif. with a tour of the local greenmarket from three former Chez Panisse chefs. After traveling to Japan, they opened a restaurant in the U.S. that serves ramen dishes with their local and personal spin.

NO
Feb 23, 10:30am Joanne Weir's Cooking Confidence
You Say Harissa (26 min)

Each time Joanne travels, she loves to find ways to bring exotic flavors home. In this episode, she shows her student Michelle how a picant spice rub, harissa, can quickly transform a home cooked meal of pork tenderloin into a gourmet experience with a cooling mint and cumin yogurt on the side. Recipes: Harissa-Rubbed Pork Tenderloin with Mint and Cumin Yogurt, Green Spring Vegetables. Student: Michelle Soto.

NO
Feb 23, 11:00am Dining with the Chef
Artisan Edition In Chiba: Koedo Kaiseki Cuisine (28 min)

Townscapes from the Edo period still exist in the Sawara District of Katori City, Chiba Prefecture, and unexplored tourist spot where visitors can experience traditional Japan. Visiting this town, where skilled chefs demonstrate Japanese cooking techniques, is just like traveling back to that period in time. In this episode, chef Tatsuo Saito and Yu Hayami introduce Kaiseki banquet-style cuisine, a feast for both the eyes and the tongue, made using original high-grade ingredients that are unique to Japanese cuisine, such as traditional seasonings, mizu-shio salted water, and kuzu starch.

NO
Feb 23, 11:30am Jacques Pepin: More Fast Food My Way
Jacques Pepin: More Fast Food My Way
Earth to Table (26 min)

For Jacques, nothing beats an earthy soup to keep you warm during the coldest season and his Hearty Vegetable Bean Soup hits the spot. To spice up the evening, he creates a pocket in boneless chicken breasts to fill with a tasty stuffing in Chicken Supremes with Tapenade and Mushroom Sauce served over Vegetable Couscous. The meal ends on a sweet note with a Pear Compote and freshly baked Almond Crumble Cookies.

YES
Feb 23, 12:00pm Travel with Kids
Cancun Mexico & Whale Sharks (28 min)

Get ready for an adventure of a lifetime, swimming with giant Whale Sharks! Head by boat off the coast of Cancun to experience the majestic Whale Shark migration. Learn Mayan history and culture at Ek Balam pyramids and rappel by rope deep into an underground cave called a Cenote. Try local foods, take a local ferry to the small island of Isla Mujeres to wander the small streets reminding travelers of what Cancun was like years ago. Visit the hotel zone and all the fun things to see and to on this Caribbean coast of Mexico.

NO
Feb 23, 12:30pm Music Voyager
Beyond Bob Marley (26 min)

Ask the average person what they know about Jamaican music and the first thing they will think of is Bob Marley. While the legacy of Marley is alive and well, in this episode, Jacob Edgar visits with some of today's most popular reggae artists who are keeping roots reggae going strong. Edgar's travels to St. Thomas, a small city east of Kingston, to visit with Tarrus Riley, one of the hottest young reggae singers. After a walk through a local market, Tarrus takes Edgar down bumpy back roads for an unplugged performance next to the one-room shack by the sea that he lived in for seven years. After catching Tarrus at his star-studded record release party and a blazing show at Jamaica's biggest music festival, Sumfest, Edgar journeys to the hills outside of Kingston for a visit with reggae star Richie Spice. They explore Richie Spice's family farm and discuss the social role of reggae, what it means to be a Rastafarian and the joys of raising bunny rabbits. The episode ends with a visit with Etana, a young singer who blends reggae and neo-soul who has become hugely popular in Jamaica. Edgar and Etana discuss the struggles of women to make their voices heard in the Jamaican music industry, and Etana and her band treat the viewer to a stunning acoustic performance on the picturesque Goldeneye beach.

NO
Feb 23, 1:00pm Rick Steves' Europe
London: Historic and Dynamic (26 min)

In many-faceted London, we ponder royal tombs in Westminster Abbey, learn how to triple the calories of an English scone at teatime, discover treasures in the British Library, enjoy the vibrant evening scene in Soho, uncover Churchill's secret WWII headquarters, join the 9-to-5 crowd in the new London, shop where the queen shops, and straddle the Prime Meridian at Greenwich.

NO
Online episodes available
Feb 23, 1:30pm Woodsmith Shop
Woodsmith Shop
Adding Details (27 min)

Watch how little details really make the bookcase project stand out. Plus, great tips and techniques for making better frame and panel assemblies.

NO
Feb 23, 2:00pm Growing a Greener World
 Growing a Greener World
Beyond Veggies: Adding Fruit to Your Food Garden (St. Louis, MO) (26 min)

The natural first step to growing food is usually a small vegetable plot or garden. For many, the desire to expand their palate often finds them considering fruit trees or shrubs. Yet all too often, they stop short of taking that step for various reasons, including the belief that growing fruit will take too much room or require more work and extra care to battle pests and diseases. Yet with the right information and plant choices, growing fruit in a backyard of any size can be a successful and enjoyable experience, without all the work or chemicals you thought you might need. In this episode, Joe visits Stark Brothers Nurseries, the oldest fruit nursery in America, to learn expert tips that can be used to successfully grow fruit in your own backyard orchard.

NO
Online episodes available
Feb 23, 2:30pm Craftsman's Legacy
Craftsman's Legacy
The Soap Maker (26 min)

Host Eric Gorges and master soap maker, Deb Kraemer, stir it up with essential oils and herbs. For a guy who likes to get his hands dirty, Eric cleans up nicely.

NO
Feb 23, 3:00pm Woodwright's Shop
Saw Like A Butterfly (26 min)

The great poet-athlete Muhammad Ali inspires the best lessons in woodworking - Saw Like a Butterfly, Plane Like a Bee!

YES
Feb 23, 3:30pm Chef's Life
All Sunchoked Up (26 min)

Flo and Theo's pre-school class visit the restaurant for a meal where table manners are the focus, but exceptionally slow service makes everyone antsy, especially Ben. When her sunchoke recipe doesn't make the grade, Vivian enlists guidance from an old friend.

NO
Online episodes available
Friday, February 24
Feb 23, 4:00pm Joanne Weir Gets Fresh
Fall Fruit (26 min)

While Fall is typically associated with the changing colors of leaves and harvesting the last of summer produce, Joanne takes a moment to highlight beautiful fall fruit, including pomegranates and pears. She'll also take us to a special Italian market and a Napa Winery, and teach her student how to prepare a Fall Fruit Salad. Recipes: Fall Fruit Salad with Pomegranate, Pear, Grapes and Pecans with White Balsamic Vinaigrette, Chicken Breasts stuffed with Montasio and Dried Figs, Pear Granita with Late Harvest Zinfandel and Black Pepper Student: Pascal Molat.

NO
Feb 23, 4:30pm Jacques Pepin: Heart & Soul
Jacques Pepin: Heart & Soul
Menu Memories (26 min)

Jacques and daughter Claudine reminiscence about past menus enjoyed as a family, but first, Jacques teaches Claudine how to properly sharpen a knife in preparation for filleting a side of salmon for his salmon scaloppini with sorrel sauce. Jacques and Claudine go on to blend aromatic herbs, chunky vegetables and a dash of red wine to make a hearty dish of lamb breast navarin. While the lamb is braising, the two 'go green' with a green salad with mustard dressing using Jacques' favorite leaf: Boston lettuce. Finally, they prepare a caffeine-packed coffee panna cotta, the perfect pick-me-up dessert.

NO
Feb 23, 5:00pm Martha Bakes
Coffee (26 min)

Get your coffee fix as Martha makes four exceptional coffee-flavored desserts: a flaky Napoleon, grown-up ice cream sandwiches, a decadent coffee cream pie, and milk-chocolate-ganache-filled cappuccino-chocolate bites.

NO
Online episodes available
Feb 23, 5:30pm America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated
Back to Basics (26 min)

Host Bridget Lancaster shows host Julia Collin Davison how to make the ultimate roasted bone-in chicken breasts. Next, equipment expert Adam Ried reviews kitchen trash cans in the Equipment Corner. Finally, test cook Elle Simone reveals the secrets to making the best baked potatoes.

NO
Feb 23, 6:00pm New Orleans Cooking with Kevin Belton
Down Home (26 min)

Barbecued spareribs, smothered greens and Louisiana cornbread, banana pudding.

NO
Feb 23, 6:30pm Chef's Life
All Sunchoked Up (26 min)

Flo and Theo's pre-school class visit the restaurant for a meal where table manners are the focus, but exceptionally slow service makes everyone antsy, especially Ben. When her sunchoke recipe doesn't make the grade, Vivian enlists guidance from an old friend.

NO
Online episodes available
Feb 23, 7:00pm Woodwright's Shop
Saw Like A Butterfly (26 min)

The great poet-athlete Muhammad Ali inspires the best lessons in woodworking - Saw Like a Butterfly, Plane Like a Bee!

YES
Feb 23, 7:30pm Travelscope
Fredericksburg, Texas (26 min)

It's time for barbecue, German beer tasting, fine wine sampling and guitar pickin' when Joseph explores Fredericksburg, Texas. Located midway between Austin and San Antonio in beautiful Texas Hill Country, Fredericksburg offers visitors hundreds of bed and breakfasts, scores of dining establishments, historic attractions, varied activities and a deep-rooted German heritage. From tracing its Germanic roots and climbing Enchanted Rock to sipping some local brews and getting down-home with some Texas Roots Music, Joseph enjoys a taste of Germany, a heap of nature and a whole lot of Texas.

YES
Feb 23, 8:00pm Equitrekking
Equitrekking
Uruguay (26 min)

Equitrekking host Darley Newman travels to the small South American country of Uruguay to discover gaucho culture by visiting various estancias, riding with cowboys on the beach, taking in the coastal town of Punta del Este and tasting local foods in Montevideo. At an eco-friendly ranch that raises sheep and cattle, Darley learns about the area's mystical vibe on a ride to a section of mysterious stone cones and up to a high point with views of a Tibetan monastery. Over a morning cup of mate, a special tea popular throughout Uruguay, Darley talks with a local about the tradition behind this caffeinated drink and the proper way to prepare it. Then it's off to the beach to visit the attractions of popular Punta del Este and a city stop in Montevideo to eat at Mercado del Puerto. Darley goes horse riding on the beaches of Uruguay's northern border near Brazil, hearing the legends of pirates who once raided the shores. At a working cattle ranch, viewers meet real gauchos, learning about the nomadic life of these South American cowboys. At a third working estancia, Darley rides through area vineyards and explores the rugged terrain of the Sierras of Mahoma on horseback.

NO
Feb 23, 8:30pm Martha Bakes
Coffee (26 min)

Get your coffee fix as Martha makes four exceptional coffee-flavored desserts: a flaky Napoleon, grown-up ice cream sandwiches, a decadent coffee cream pie, and milk-chocolate-ganache-filled cappuccino-chocolate bites.

NO
Online episodes available
Feb 23, 9:00pm America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated
Back to Basics (26 min)

Host Bridget Lancaster shows host Julia Collin Davison how to make the ultimate roasted bone-in chicken breasts. Next, equipment expert Adam Ried reviews kitchen trash cans in the Equipment Corner. Finally, test cook Elle Simone reveals the secrets to making the best baked potatoes.

NO
Feb 23, 9:30pm Joanne Weir Gets Fresh
Fall Fruit (26 min)

While Fall is typically associated with the changing colors of leaves and harvesting the last of summer produce, Joanne takes a moment to highlight beautiful fall fruit, including pomegranates and pears. She'll also take us to a special Italian market and a Napa Winery, and teach her student how to prepare a Fall Fruit Salad. Recipes: Fall Fruit Salad with Pomegranate, Pear, Grapes and Pecans with White Balsamic Vinaigrette, Chicken Breasts stuffed with Montasio and Dried Figs, Pear Granita with Late Harvest Zinfandel and Black Pepper Student: Pascal Molat.

NO
Feb 23, 10:00pm Lucky Chow
Ramen Mania (28 min)

Ivan Orkin, the renegade New Yorker-turned-Japanese-ramen-chef, discusses ramen culture in New York versus Tokyo. Chef Nakamura from Sun Noodles explains what makes a great bowl of ramen. Later, seafood purveyor-turned-ramen-chef Yuji Haraguchi creates a New York deli-style version of his broth-less ramen dish, mazemen, using sustainable and typically discarded seafood from a nearby supermarket. The episode ends in Berkeley, Calif. with a tour of the local greenmarket from three former Chez Panisse chefs. After traveling to Japan, they opened a restaurant in the U.S. that serves ramen dishes with their local and personal spin.

NO
Feb 23, 10:30pm Rudy Maxa's World
Turkey's Turquoise Coast (26 min)

Viewers will be forgiven for thinking the southern Turkish coast on the Mediterranean Sea more closely resembles the Italian countryside or Greek islands. That's because the best Greek and Roman ruins are found in Turkey. Great, ancient towns of Ephesus, Antalya, Myra and Dalyan dot the Turkish coast, tempting visitors to step back into time when lavish Roman homes and markets dotted the landscape. Boarding a gulet, the traditional wooden Turkish boat, for a Blue Cruise, Rudy departs from the popular seaside town of Bodrum for a watery visit along the coast with stops to tour dramatic, historic ruins.

NO
Feb 23, 11:00pm Martha Bakes
Coffee (26 min)

Get your coffee fix as Martha makes four exceptional coffee-flavored desserts: a flaky Napoleon, grown-up ice cream sandwiches, a decadent coffee cream pie, and milk-chocolate-ganache-filled cappuccino-chocolate bites.

NO
Online episodes available
Feb 23, 11:30pm America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated
Back to Basics (26 min)

Host Bridget Lancaster shows host Julia Collin Davison how to make the ultimate roasted bone-in chicken breasts. Next, equipment expert Adam Ried reviews kitchen trash cans in the Equipment Corner. Finally, test cook Elle Simone reveals the secrets to making the best baked potatoes.

NO
Feb 24 12:00am New Orleans Cooking with Kevin Belton
Down Home (26 min)

Barbecued spareribs, smothered greens and Louisiana cornbread, banana pudding.

NO
Feb 24, 12:30am Chef's Life
All Sunchoked Up (26 min)

Flo and Theo's pre-school class visit the restaurant for a meal where table manners are the focus, but exceptionally slow service makes everyone antsy, especially Ben. When her sunchoke recipe doesn't make the grade, Vivian enlists guidance from an old friend.

NO
Online episodes available
Feb 24, 1:00am Woodwright's Shop
Saw Like A Butterfly (26 min)

The great poet-athlete Muhammad Ali inspires the best lessons in woodworking - Saw Like a Butterfly, Plane Like a Bee!

YES
Feb 24, 1:30am Travelscope
Fredericksburg, Texas (26 min)

It's time for barbecue, German beer tasting, fine wine sampling and guitar pickin' when Joseph explores Fredericksburg, Texas. Located midway between Austin and San Antonio in beautiful Texas Hill Country, Fredericksburg offers visitors hundreds of bed and breakfasts, scores of dining establishments, historic attractions, varied activities and a deep-rooted German heritage. From tracing its Germanic roots and climbing Enchanted Rock to sipping some local brews and getting down-home with some Texas Roots Music, Joseph enjoys a taste of Germany, a heap of nature and a whole lot of Texas.

YES
Feb 24, 2:00am Equitrekking
Equitrekking
Uruguay (26 min)

Equitrekking host Darley Newman travels to the small South American country of Uruguay to discover gaucho culture by visiting various estancias, riding with cowboys on the beach, taking in the coastal town of Punta del Este and tasting local foods in Montevideo. At an eco-friendly ranch that raises sheep and cattle, Darley learns about the area's mystical vibe on a ride to a section of mysterious stone cones and up to a high point with views of a Tibetan monastery. Over a morning cup of mate, a special tea popular throughout Uruguay, Darley talks with a local about the tradition behind this caffeinated drink and the proper way to prepare it. Then it's off to the beach to visit the attractions of popular Punta del Este and a city stop in Montevideo to eat at Mercado del Puerto. Darley goes horse riding on the beaches of Uruguay's northern border near Brazil, hearing the legends of pirates who once raided the shores. At a working cattle ranch, viewers meet real gauchos, learning about the nomadic life of these South American cowboys. At a third working estancia, Darley rides through area vineyards and explores the rugged terrain of the Sierras of Mahoma on horseback.

NO
Feb 24, 2:30am Martha Bakes
Coffee (26 min)

Get your coffee fix as Martha makes four exceptional coffee-flavored desserts: a flaky Napoleon, grown-up ice cream sandwiches, a decadent coffee cream pie, and milk-chocolate-ganache-filled cappuccino-chocolate bites.

NO
Online episodes available
Feb 24, 3:00am Quilting Arts
Quilting Arts
Focus On Feet (28 min)

Sewing machine feet can make all the difference when you quilt. Catherine Redford uses a walking foot to quilt a beautiful contemporary table runner and placemats. Sarah Ann Smith explains how to get started with free-motion quilting, and explains all the basics, including feet.

NO
Feb 24, 3:30am Paint This with Jerry Yarnell
Chesapeake Bay Visitors, Part 1 (28 min)

Acrylic Medium on 15x30 horizontal stretched canvas. In this first episode Jerry explains the ecological significance of the Chesapeake Bay being the largest estuary in the United States. Then he proceeds by showing how to paint the sky and block in the water. Then he shows how to block in the first value of very distant grasses. Then he finishes by discussing how to compose the grasses in the middle and foreground.

NO
Feb 24, 4:00am Steven Raichlen's Project Smoke
Smoked In Four Courses (26 min)

Once you get the hang of smoking, you can smoke nearly anything-from bar snacks to dessert. In this show, you'll learn to smoke nuts (spice-crusted pecans), fresh oysters on the half-shell, a spectacular prime rib cooked using the reverse-sear method, and even a mango macadamia nut crisp for dessert. Cook a four course feast from soup to nuts using electric smokers, pellet grills, ceramic cookers, and stovetop kettle smokers. Smoked pecans; Chappaquiddick smoked oysters; Reverse-seared prime rib; Mango-macadamia crisp.

NO
Feb 24, 4:30am Cooking With Nick Stellino
A Dinner to Remember (26 min)

Mocha Creme Caramel; New York Steak with Green Peppercorn Sauce; Green Salad with Broiled Goat Cheese; Manhattan.

NO
Feb 24, 5:00am The Jazzy Vegetarian
Burger Deluxe (26 min)

Host Laura Theodore prepares a vegan "diner-style" meal. Meat-free burgers are all the rage these days and hearty Hungry Guy Burgers satiate big appetites, while crisp Baked Steak Fries complete this classic pairing. For a fabulous finish, spectacular Strawberry Mountain Pie will wow diners, piled high with a dairy-less cream filling and topped with fresh juicy berries.

YES
Feb 24, 5:30am Mexico -- One Plate at a Time with Rick Bayless
A Passion for Cheese (26 min)

Carlos Yescas is a cheesehead on a mission: Put the fine, outstanding artisanal cheeses of Mexico on everyone's radar screen. Yescas scours the country for the best cheese producers; then, he scours Mexico City's best restaurants for chefs that will use those cheeses on their menus. One chef he's had success with is Jorge Vallejo, owner of Quintonil, who happily uses a super-rich doble crema cheese from Chiapas to make his mother's version of huazontles, and a tangy, bouncy quesillo from Chiapas for an elegant cheese soup. Luckily for the residents of DF, these cheeses can now be found at Carlos's stall, Lactography, in the sleek new Mercado Roma. Lucky Rick gets to sample the wares before heading home to Chicago, where he teaches us how easy it is to make whole milk ricotta.

NO
Feb 24, 6:00am Burt Wolf: Travels & Traditions
Cruising The Rhine - Part Two (26 min)

In Cruising The Rhine - Part Two, Burt explains the Romantic Period in European art, what the original Grimm Brothers Fairy Tales were really like (very grim), how the river locks work, the history of Eau de Cologne and how the Black Forest got to be black. Burt also takes us on a tour of Strasbourg and the extraordinary Hand Bag Museum of Amsterdam.

NO
Feb 24, 6:30am Travelscope
Gathering In Scotland (26 min)

Scotland has been a part of the United Kingdom for more than 300 years, yet it has managed to maintain its distinct customs, culture and character. Joseph dons his tartan and joins the Scottish clans for a bit of culture and fun at The Gathering in Edinburgh where hundreds of clans and thousands of people come together for sport, folk dancing, arts, crafts and bag piping. During his travels Joseph explores Glasgow, imbibes a dram or two of the local product at an island whiskey distillery and meets his grace, the Duke of Argyle, at Inverary Castle during the Campbell clans' Highland Games.

YES
Feb 24, 7:00am This Old House
Arlington Arts & Crafts | Details Make the House Beautiful (26 min)

The kitchen island countertop is installed and the crew starts on a fieldstone wall in the front yard. Wallpaper covers a new secret door in the upstairs foyer. In the basement, Richard checks the finished heating, cooling and ventilation systems.

NO
Online episodes available
Feb 24, 7:30am Rough Cut - Woodworking with Tommy Mac
Framing (26 min)

This week on Rough Cut Woodworking with Tommy Mac, Tommy is joined by his general contractor, Chris Reynolds, to talk about the framing of the shop. From the foundation to laying out the sills to putting up the first wall, he learns the best way to start off a project like this. And with a little help from Rough Cut regular Al D'Attanasio, that wall will be up in no time.

NO
Feb 24, 8:00am P. Allen Smith's Garden Home
Crystal Bridges, American Dreams (27 min)

P. Allen Smith explores a place unlike any other, the Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art and visits a unique restoration project involving a rare house designed by Frank Lloyd Wright.

NO
Feb 24, 8:30am Make Your Mark
Book Worm (26 min)

Go back to school with Mark's favorite book-themed projects, including do-it-yourself book page glass dishes, mixed-media necklaces and homemade smashbooks. Projects: Book Page Glass Dishes; Kids Smashbook; Mixed Media Brooch/Necklace; Book Page Matting.

NO
Feb 24, 9:00am Quilting Arts
Quilting Arts
Focus On Feet (28 min)

Sewing machine feet can make all the difference when you quilt. Catherine Redford uses a walking foot to quilt a beautiful contemporary table runner and placemats. Sarah Ann Smith explains how to get started with free-motion quilting, and explains all the basics, including feet.

NO
Feb 24, 9:30am Paint This with Jerry Yarnell
Chesapeake Bay Visitors, Part 1 (28 min)

Acrylic Medium on 15x30 horizontal stretched canvas. In this first episode Jerry explains the ecological significance of the Chesapeake Bay being the largest estuary in the United States. Then he proceeds by showing how to paint the sky and block in the water. Then he shows how to block in the first value of very distant grasses. Then he finishes by discussing how to compose the grasses in the middle and foreground.

NO
Feb 24, 10:00am Steven Raichlen's Project Smoke
Smoked In Four Courses (26 min)

Once you get the hang of smoking, you can smoke nearly anything-from bar snacks to dessert. In this show, you'll learn to smoke nuts (spice-crusted pecans), fresh oysters on the half-shell, a spectacular prime rib cooked using the reverse-sear method, and even a mango macadamia nut crisp for dessert. Cook a four course feast from soup to nuts using electric smokers, pellet grills, ceramic cookers, and stovetop kettle smokers. Smoked pecans; Chappaquiddick smoked oysters; Reverse-seared prime rib; Mango-macadamia crisp.

NO
Feb 24, 10:30am Cooking With Nick Stellino
A Dinner to Remember (26 min)

Mocha Creme Caramel; New York Steak with Green Peppercorn Sauce; Green Salad with Broiled Goat Cheese; Manhattan.

NO
Feb 24, 11:00am The Jazzy Vegetarian
Burger Deluxe (26 min)

Host Laura Theodore prepares a vegan "diner-style" meal. Meat-free burgers are all the rage these days and hearty Hungry Guy Burgers satiate big appetites, while crisp Baked Steak Fries complete this classic pairing. For a fabulous finish, spectacular Strawberry Mountain Pie will wow diners, piled high with a dairy-less cream filling and topped with fresh juicy berries.

YES
Feb 24, 11:30am Mexico -- One Plate at a Time with Rick Bayless
A Passion for Cheese (26 min)

Carlos Yescas is a cheesehead on a mission: Put the fine, outstanding artisanal cheeses of Mexico on everyone's radar screen. Yescas scours the country for the best cheese producers; then, he scours Mexico City's best restaurants for chefs that will use those cheeses on their menus. One chef he's had success with is Jorge Vallejo, owner of Quintonil, who happily uses a super-rich doble crema cheese from Chiapas to make his mother's version of huazontles, and a tangy, bouncy quesillo from Chiapas for an elegant cheese soup. Luckily for the residents of DF, these cheeses can now be found at Carlos's stall, Lactography, in the sleek new Mercado Roma. Lucky Rick gets to sample the wares before heading home to Chicago, where he teaches us how easy it is to make whole milk ricotta.

NO
Feb 24, 12:00pm Burt Wolf: Travels & Traditions
Cruising The Rhine - Part Two (26 min)

In Cruising The Rhine - Part Two, Burt explains the Romantic Period in European art, what the original Grimm Brothers Fairy Tales were really like (very grim), how the river locks work, the history of Eau de Cologne and how the Black Forest got to be black. Burt also takes us on a tour of Strasbourg and the extraordinary Hand Bag Museum of Amsterdam.

NO
Feb 24, 12:30pm Travelscope
Gathering In Scotland (26 min)

Scotland has been a part of the United Kingdom for more than 300 years, yet it has managed to maintain its distinct customs, culture and character. Joseph dons his tartan and joins the Scottish clans for a bit of culture and fun at The Gathering in Edinburgh where hundreds of clans and thousands of people come together for sport, folk dancing, arts, crafts and bag piping. During his travels Joseph explores Glasgow, imbibes a dram or two of the local product at an island whiskey distillery and meets his grace, the Duke of Argyle, at Inverary Castle during the Campbell clans' Highland Games.

YES
Feb 24, 1:00pm Rick Steves' Europe
North England's Lake District and Durham (26 min)

Hiking through the Cumbrian Lake District-England's green and pristine mountain playground-we admire idyllic lakes, discover misty waterfalls, tour a slate mine, and conquer stony summits. And we'll meet the locals-and their beloved dogs and sheep-everywhere. Then we play a little cricket, hike Hadrian's Wall, and are dazzled by Durham's Norman cathedral.

NO
Online episodes available
Feb 24, 1:30pm Rough Cut - Woodworking with Tommy Mac
Framing (26 min)

This week on Rough Cut Woodworking with Tommy Mac, Tommy is joined by his general contractor, Chris Reynolds, to talk about the framing of the shop. From the foundation to laying out the sills to putting up the first wall, he learns the best way to start off a project like this. And with a little help from Rough Cut regular Al D'Attanasio, that wall will be up in no time.

NO
Feb 24, 2:00pm P. Allen Smith's Garden Home
Crystal Bridges, American Dreams (27 min)

P. Allen Smith explores a place unlike any other, the Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art and visits a unique restoration project involving a rare house designed by Frank Lloyd Wright.

NO
Feb 24, 2:30pm Make Your Mark
Book Worm (26 min)

Go back to school with Mark's favorite book-themed projects, including do-it-yourself book page glass dishes, mixed-media necklaces and homemade smashbooks. Projects: Book Page Glass Dishes; Kids Smashbook; Mixed Media Brooch/Necklace; Book Page Matting.

NO
Feb 24, 3:00pm This Old House
Arlington Arts & Crafts | Details Make the House Beautiful (26 min)

The kitchen island countertop is installed and the crew starts on a fieldstone wall in the front yard. Wallpaper covers a new secret door in the upstairs foyer. In the basement, Richard checks the finished heating, cooling and ventilation systems.

NO
Online episodes available
Feb 24, 3:30pm Chef's Life
Heavenly Hocks (26 min)

A view behind-the-scenes reveals the hot and cold of curing ham. At a New York dinner party hosted in her honor, Vivian serves up a gift of NC seasoning meats - the pig tails, ham hocks, and fatback that give Carolina cuisine its quintessential kick. While in the Big Apple, a visit with her publisher reveals an itinerary certain to make for an ambitious autumn.

NO
Online episodes available
Saturday, February 25
Feb 24, 4:00pm Simply Ming
Texas 1 (26 min)

It's fall in Dallas, and we're visiting with renowned local chefs this week on Simply Ming! Ming tries out the local fare in Texas, visiting area purveyors and meeting with friends old and new. Getting inspiration from the city, Ming contributes his own dish to the cities cuisine culture.

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Feb 24, 4:30pm Hubert Keller: Secrets of a Chef
 Hubert Keller: Secrets of a Chef
Hawaiian Island Lunch (28 min)

A fan of Hawaiian cuisine, Chef Keller prepares a tasty island lunch. First it's a grilled octopus salad with hearts of palm, sea beans and a chipotle aioli. Then he makes the popular musubi sandwich with sushi rice, nori seaweed, and pork belly. Dessert is a roasted pineapple, infused with vanilla beans and soaked in a rum brown sugar syrup. Grilled Octopus Salad with Hearts of Palm, Hawaiian Musubi Sandwich, & Roasted Pineapple with Vanilla and Rum.

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Feb 24, 5:00pm Lidia's Kitchen
Pasta (26 min)

Everybody loves pasta and so does Lidia. Today, she makes three dishes that viewers will love. Her first dish is an orecchiette with clams and zucchini, made with scallions, pepperoncino and garlic. Her spaghetti Caruso is made with a hearty sauce of mixed mushrooms, tomatoes, peas and chicken livers. She finishes with a unique dish of rigatoni with cauliflower, saffron and golden raisins.

NO
Feb 24, 5:30pm Cook's Country
Cook's Country
Picnic Game Changers (26 min)

Test cook Bridget Lancaster reveals the secrets to making the ultimate ranch rried chicken at home. Then, test cook Ashley Moore shares the steps for five easy tuna salads. Next, equipment expert Adam Ried reveals his top picks for potholders. And finally, test cook Erin McMurrer shows host Christopher Kimball how to make perfect husk-grilled corn.

NO
Feb 24, 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
Feb 24, 6:30pm Chef's Life
Heavenly Hocks (26 min)

A view behind-the-scenes reveals the hot and cold of curing ham. At a New York dinner party hosted in her honor, Vivian serves up a gift of NC seasoning meats - the pig tails, ham hocks, and fatback that give Carolina cuisine its quintessential kick. While in the Big Apple, a visit with her publisher reveals an itinerary certain to make for an ambitious autumn.

NO
Online episodes available
Feb 24, 7:00pm This Old House
Arlington Arts & Crafts | Details Make the House Beautiful (26 min)

The kitchen island countertop is installed and the crew starts on a fieldstone wall in the front yard. Wallpaper covers a new secret door in the upstairs foyer. In the basement, Richard checks the finished heating, cooling and ventilation systems.

NO
Online episodes available
Feb 24, 7:30pm Globe Trekker
Globe Trekker
Food Hour: Sicily (56 min)

Bobby Chinn discovers the cultural and historical influences that define contemporary Sicilian cuisine. Occupations by the Phoenicians, Romans, Arabs, Normans, the French and the Spanish have all played their part by introducing techniques and ingredients that have created one of the most layered and intriguing global cuisines. Very closely related to is religious and spiritual life, Sicilian cuisine is above all a reflection of the island's cultural and historical events.

NO
Feb 24, 8:30pm Lidia's Kitchen
Pasta (26 min)

Everybody loves pasta and so does Lidia. Today, she makes three dishes that viewers will love. Her first dish is an orecchiette with clams and zucchini, made with scallions, pepperoncino and garlic. Her spaghetti Caruso is made with a hearty sauce of mixed mushrooms, tomatoes, peas and chicken livers. She finishes with a unique dish of rigatoni with cauliflower, saffron and golden raisins.

NO
Feb 24, 9:00pm Cook's Country
Cook's Country
Picnic Game Changers (26 min)

Test cook Bridget Lancaster reveals the secrets to making the ultimate ranch rried chicken at home. Then, test cook Ashley Moore shares the steps for five easy tuna salads. Next, equipment expert Adam Ried reveals his top picks for potholders. And finally, test cook Erin McMurrer shows host Christopher Kimball how to make perfect husk-grilled corn.

NO
Feb 24, 9:30pm Simply Ming
Texas 1 (26 min)

It's fall in Dallas, and we're visiting with renowned local chefs this week on Simply Ming! Ming tries out the local fare in Texas, visiting area purveyors and meeting with friends old and new. Getting inspiration from the city, Ming contributes his own dish to the cities cuisine culture.

NO
Feb 24, 10:00pm Steven Raichlen's Project Smoke
Smoked In Four Courses (26 min)

Once you get the hang of smoking, you can smoke nearly anything-from bar snacks to dessert. In this show, you'll learn to smoke nuts (spice-crusted pecans), fresh oysters on the half-shell, a spectacular prime rib cooked using the reverse-sear method, and even a mango macadamia nut crisp for dessert. Cook a four course feast from soup to nuts using electric smokers, pellet grills, ceramic cookers, and stovetop kettle smokers. Smoked pecans; Chappaquiddick smoked oysters; Reverse-seared prime rib; Mango-macadamia crisp.

NO
Feb 24, 10:30pm Islands Without Cars With Kira Hesser
Islands Without Cars with Kira Hesser
France's Isle of Porquerolles (26 min)

Just 20 minutes by boat from France's famed Cote d'Azur, the island of Porquerolles is dotted with five small ranges of hills, lined with cliffs and beaches and is renowned for the best weather in France with 275 sunny days per year. In 1912, the entire island was purchased by Francois Joseph Fournier as a wedding present for his second wife. He then planted ... among other things ... 500 acres of vineyards ... and built a hotel. Everything is small, intimate and bathed in the scent of eucalyptus and pine. There are no beachside shops or fast food. There is no smoking allowed outside of the village. And building on the island is mostly forbidden. What there is, is nature ... a grand hotel ... and a great story of conservation and consideration.

NO
Feb 24, 11:00pm Lidia's Kitchen
Pasta (26 min)

Everybody loves pasta and so does Lidia. Today, she makes three dishes that viewers will love. Her first dish is an orecchiette with clams and zucchini, made with scallions, pepperoncino and garlic. Her spaghetti Caruso is made with a hearty sauce of mixed mushrooms, tomatoes, peas and chicken livers. She finishes with a unique dish of rigatoni with cauliflower, saffron and golden raisins.

NO
Feb 24, 11:30pm Cook's Country
Cook's Country
Picnic Game Changers (26 min)

Test cook Bridget Lancaster reveals the secrets to making the ultimate ranch rried chicken at home. Then, test cook Ashley Moore shares the steps for five easy tuna salads. Next, equipment expert Adam Ried reveals his top picks for potholders. And finally, test cook Erin McMurrer shows host Christopher Kimball how to make perfect husk-grilled corn.

NO
Feb 25 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
Feb 25, 12:30am Chef's Life
Heavenly Hocks (26 min)

A view behind-the-scenes reveals the hot and cold of curing ham. At a New York dinner party hosted in her honor, Vivian serves up a gift of NC seasoning meats - the pig tails, ham hocks, and fatback that give Carolina cuisine its quintessential kick. While in the Big Apple, a visit with her publisher reveals an itinerary certain to make for an ambitious autumn.

NO
Online episodes available
Feb 25, 1:00am This Old House
Arlington Arts & Crafts | Details Make the House Beautiful (26 min)

The kitchen island countertop is installed and the crew starts on a fieldstone wall in the front yard. Wallpaper covers a new secret door in the upstairs foyer. In the basement, Richard checks the finished heating, cooling and ventilation systems.

NO
Online episodes available
Feb 25, 1:30am Globe Trekker
Globe Trekker
Food Hour: Sicily (56 min)

Bobby Chinn discovers the cultural and historical influences that define contemporary Sicilian cuisine. Occupations by the Phoenicians, Romans, Arabs, Normans, the French and the Spanish have all played their part by introducing techniques and ingredients that have created one of the most layered and intriguing global cuisines. Very closely related to is religious and spiritual life, Sicilian cuisine is above all a reflection of the island's cultural and historical events.

NO
Feb 25, 2:30am Lidia's Kitchen
Pasta (26 min)

Everybody loves pasta and so does Lidia. Today, she makes three dishes that viewers will love. Her first dish is an orecchiette with clams and zucchini, made with scallions, pepperoncino and garlic. Her spaghetti Caruso is made with a hearty sauce of mixed mushrooms, tomatoes, peas and chicken livers. She finishes with a unique dish of rigatoni with cauliflower, saffron and golden raisins.

NO
Feb 25, 3:00am New Orleans Cooking with Kevin Belton
Carnival (26 min)

Shrimp and andouille gumbo, Creole potato salad, King cake.

NO
Feb 25, 3:30am New Orleans Cooking with Kevin Belton
Rice Favorites (26 min)

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

NO
Feb 25, 4:00am New Orleans Cooking with Kevin Belton
Fresh Catch (26 min)

Trout meuniere, pecan crusted redfish, fried catfish with beer batter.

NO
Feb 25, 4:30am New Orleans Cooking with Kevin Belton
Garden Harvest (26 min)

Corn and sweet pepper relish, fried green tomatoes, Creole okra.

NO
Feb 25, 5:00am New Orleans Cooking with Kevin Belton
Gettin' Crabby (26 min)

Crab cakes, soft shell crab amandine, crabmeat stuffed shrimp.

NO
Feb 25, 5:30am New Orleans Cooking with Kevin Belton
Down Home (26 min)

Barbecued spareribs, smothered greens and Louisiana cornbread, banana pudding.

NO
Feb 25, 6:00am New Orleans Cooking with Kevin Belton
Classic Creole (26 min)

Corn and crab bisque, shrimp etouffee, pralines.

NO
Feb 25, 6:30am New Orleans Cooking with Kevin Belton
Soul Food (26 min)

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

NO
Feb 25, 7:00am New Orleans Cooking with Kevin Belton
Shrimp Specialties (26 min)

Shrimp remoulade, shrimp Creole, BBQ shrimp.

NO
Feb 25, 7:30am New Orleans Cooking with Kevin Belton
Oysters (26 min)

Oysters Rockefeller, fried oysters with spinach salad, oyster patties.

NO
Feb 25, 8:00am New Orleans Cooking with Kevin Belton
Jazz Brunch (26 min)

Grillades and grits, pain perdu, bananas foster.

NO
Feb 25, 8:30am New Orleans Cooking with Kevin Belton
Classic New Orleans (26 min)

Seafood gumbo, corn maque choux, beignets.

NO
Feb 25, 9:00am Chef's Life
Stand By Your Cabbage (26 min)

Vivian's summer itinerary picks up with a 14-day photoshoot as she preps for a first-time trip to Feast Portland. Before heading out west, Sam Jones and Miss Lillie share old school cabbage recipes that influence the dish she prepares for festival goers. While on the road, Vivian trusts John and Justise to hold down the fort back home.

NO
Online episodes available
Feb 25, 9:30am Simply Ming
Jeremy Sewell (26 min)

Have you ever wanted to cook a whole fish by yourself? Boston chef Jeremy Sewell will show you how! The James Beard award-winner makes whole black sea bass with ginger tomatoes, pesto and crispy squash blossoms. Meanwhile, Ming shows off his skills by cooking a whole steamed and flashed sea bass. Don't miss out, this week on Simply Ming!

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Feb 25, 10:00am Hubert Keller: Secrets of a Chef
 Hubert Keller: Secrets of a Chef
Pool Party Feast (28 min)

Chef Keller demonstrates pool party favorites, starting with a refreshing melon gazpacho served with a duck prosciutto bruschetta. Then he makes his signature buffalo sliders with brie cheese. He shows step-by-step how to build the perfect charcuterie board with an assortment of sausages, pates, salami, and just the right accompaniments. Melon Gazpacho with Duck Proscuitto Bruschetta, Buffalo Sliders with Brie & Arugula, & Charcuterie Platter.

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Feb 25, 10:30am Lidia's Kitchen
Quick and Delicious Braises (26 min)

Lidia loves long cooking techniques and braising but often, one just wants to prepare quick and delicious meals using the same technique. In this episode, she teaches the viewer to do just that. Her first dish is a velvety lettuce soup in a fontina gratin; she then makes a juicy but super quick pork tenderloin with balsamic onions. Lastly, she prepares string beans with rocky mashed potatoes made with garlic and olive oil.

NO
Feb 25, 11:00am 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.

NO
Feb 25, 11:30am 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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Feb 25, 12:00pm Chef's Life
Stand By Your Cabbage (26 min)

Vivian's summer itinerary picks up with a 14-day photoshoot as she preps for a first-time trip to Feast Portland. Before heading out west, Sam Jones and Miss Lillie share old school cabbage recipes that influence the dish she prepares for festival goers. While on the road, Vivian trusts John and Justise to hold down the fort back home.

NO
Online episodes available
Feb 25, 12:30pm This Old House
Arlington Arts & Crafts | Details Make the House Beautiful (26 min)

The kitchen island countertop is installed and the crew starts on a fieldstone wall in the front yard. Wallpaper covers a new secret door in the upstairs foyer. In the basement, Richard checks the finished heating, cooling and ventilation systems.

NO
Online episodes available
Feb 25, 1:00pm Globe Trekker
Globe Trekker
Wild West USA (57 min)

In this Globe Trekker special, Zay Harding, Sami Sabiti, Holly Morris, Justine Shapiro and Ian Wright explore the extraordinary history of America's spectacular Wild West. Sami starts the journey by following Lewis & Clark's 3700 mile journey of exploration from 1804, Zay visits the location of the most famous siege in the history of the Wild West - the Alamo, Justine visits the site of the first discovery of the California Gold Rush, Holly joins the annual re-ride of the 2000 mile Pony Express route, and Ian heads to the Little Bighorn battlefield in Montana, the site of Custer's famous Last Stand in 1876.

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Feb 25, 2:00pm Lidia's Kitchen
Quick and Delicious Braises (26 min)

Lidia loves long cooking techniques and braising but often, one just wants to prepare quick and delicious meals using the same technique. In this episode, she teaches the viewer to do just that. Her first dish is a velvety lettuce soup in a fontina gratin; she then makes a juicy but super quick pork tenderloin with balsamic onions. Lastly, she prepares string beans with rocky mashed potatoes made with garlic and olive oil.

NO
Feb 25, 2:30pm 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
Feb 25, 3:00pm New Orleans Cooking with Kevin Belton
Carnival (26 min)

Shrimp and andouille gumbo, Creole potato salad, King cake.

NO
Feb 25, 3:30pm New Orleans Cooking with Kevin Belton
Rice Favorites (26 min)

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

NO
Sunday, February 26
Feb 25, 4:00pm New Orleans Cooking with Kevin Belton
Fresh Catch (26 min)

Trout meuniere, pecan crusted redfish, fried catfish with beer batter.

NO
Feb 25, 4:30pm New Orleans Cooking with Kevin Belton
Garden Harvest (26 min)

Corn and sweet pepper relish, fried green tomatoes, Creole okra.

NO
Feb 25, 5:00pm New Orleans Cooking with Kevin Belton
Gettin' Crabby (26 min)

Crab cakes, soft shell crab amandine, crabmeat stuffed shrimp.

NO
Feb 25, 5:30pm New Orleans Cooking with Kevin Belton
Down Home (26 min)

Barbecued spareribs, smothered greens and Louisiana cornbread, banana pudding.

NO
Feb 25, 6:00pm New Orleans Cooking with Kevin Belton
Classic Creole (26 min)

Corn and crab bisque, shrimp etouffee, pralines.

NO
Feb 25, 6:30pm New Orleans Cooking with Kevin Belton
Soul Food (26 min)

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

NO
Feb 25, 7:00pm New Orleans Cooking with Kevin Belton
Shrimp Specialties (26 min)

Shrimp remoulade, shrimp Creole, BBQ shrimp.

NO
Feb 25, 7:30pm New Orleans Cooking with Kevin Belton
Oysters (26 min)

Oysters Rockefeller, fried oysters with spinach salad, oyster patties.

NO
Feb 25, 8:00pm New Orleans Cooking with Kevin Belton
Jazz Brunch (26 min)

Grillades and grits, pain perdu, bananas foster.

NO
Feb 25, 8:30pm New Orleans Cooking with Kevin Belton
Classic New Orleans (26 min)

Seafood gumbo, corn maque choux, beignets.

NO
Feb 25, 9:00pm America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated
Country Ribs and Corn Muffins (26 min)

Test cook Bryan Roof uncovers the secrets to making the ultimate sweet and tangy grilled country-style pork ribs. Then, equipment expert Adam Ried reviews laundry stain removers in the Equipment Corner. Next, host Christopher Kimball answers cooking questions in Letters to the Editor. Finally, test cook Dan Souza shows Chris how to make the best savory corn muffins at home.

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Feb 25, 9:30pm Simply Ming
Jeremy Sewell (26 min)

Have you ever wanted to cook a whole fish by yourself? Boston chef Jeremy Sewell will show you how! The James Beard award-winner makes whole black sea bass with ginger tomatoes, pesto and crispy squash blossoms. Meanwhile, Ming shows off his skills by cooking a whole steamed and flashed sea bass. Don't miss out, this week on Simply Ming!

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Feb 25, 10:00pm Lucky Chow
Koreatown U.S.A (28 min)

This episode visits New York and Los Angeles - home to the two largest Korean populations in the United States - to explore what distinguishes each. Both are 24-hour hubs of food and drinking culture. However, New York City's Koreatown covers just one block, whereas Los Angeles' Koreatown seems like a city unto itself. At dinner with Lisa Ling and her husband Paul Song, chef Sang Yoon breaks down the basics of Korean cooking. Back in New York, at Saveur Magazine'stest kitchen, Top Chefwinner Kristen Kish, a Seoul-born Korean adoptee, receives her first-ever Korean cooking lesson, a kimchi tutorial, from Korean homemaker and YouTube sensation, Maangchi. The episode ends with a night out at Pocha 32, an export of Korea's popular "tent" restaurants.

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Feb 25, 10:30pm Rudy Maxa's World
Bangkok, Thailand (26 min)

The capital of Thailand appears the capital of pandemonium, its streets filled with tuk-tuks, motorcycle taxis, cars and 12 million people. But the Thais have mastered the art of creating tranquility behind closed doors, whether in homes, hotels or temples. Rudy takes you to back streets and the quiet, residential klongs, or canals, of Bangkok. Visits to Bangkok's legendary food carts and markets reveal the real city that captures the affection of visitors who take the time to seek out what makes Bangkok special. Marvel at the Emerald Buddha (made no less spectacular by the fact it's really jade), visit the city's flower and fish markets, join locals offering incense and flowers at colorful outdoor shrines, celebrate the king's 80th birthday with an all-day and all-night party, and take a wooden boat along the city's main artery, the wide Chao Phraya river. A side trip takes viewers to the world's only outdoor market whose vendors must fold back their displays 16 times a day as a train passes through the heart of commerce, missing vegetables, meats, and fish by inches.

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Feb 25, 11:00pm Lidia's Kitchen
Quick and Delicious Braises (26 min)

Lidia loves long cooking techniques and braising but often, one just wants to prepare quick and delicious meals using the same technique. In this episode, she teaches the viewer to do just that. Her first dish is a velvety lettuce soup in a fontina gratin; she then makes a juicy but super quick pork tenderloin with balsamic onions. Lastly, she prepares string beans with rocky mashed potatoes made with garlic and olive oil.

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Feb 25, 11:30pm America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated
Country Ribs and Corn Muffins (26 min)

Test cook Bryan Roof uncovers the secrets to making the ultimate sweet and tangy grilled country-style pork ribs. Then, equipment expert Adam Ried reviews laundry stain removers in the Equipment Corner. Next, host Christopher Kimball answers cooking questions in Letters to the Editor. Finally, test cook Dan Souza shows Chris how to make the best savory corn muffins at home.

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Feb 26 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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Feb 26, 12:30am Chef's Life
Stand By Your Cabbage (26 min)

Vivian's summer itinerary picks up with a 14-day photoshoot as she preps for a first-time trip to Feast Portland. Before heading out west, Sam Jones and Miss Lillie share old school cabbage recipes that influence the dish she prepares for festival goers. While on the road, Vivian trusts John and Justise to hold down the fort back home.

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Online episodes available
Feb 26, 1:00am This Old House
Arlington Arts & Crafts | Details Make the House Beautiful (26 min)

The kitchen island countertop is installed and the crew starts on a fieldstone wall in the front yard. Wallpaper covers a new secret door in the upstairs foyer. In the basement, Richard checks the finished heating, cooling and ventilation systems.

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Online episodes available
Feb 26, 1:30am Globe Trekker
Globe Trekker
Wild West USA (57 min)

In this Globe Trekker special, Zay Harding, Sami Sabiti, Holly Morris, Justine Shapiro and Ian Wright explore the extraordinary history of America's spectacular Wild West. Sami starts the journey by following Lewis & Clark's 3700 mile journey of exploration from 1804, Zay visits the location of the most famous siege in the history of the Wild West - the Alamo, Justine visits the site of the first discovery of the California Gold Rush, Holly joins the annual re-ride of the 2000 mile Pony Express route, and Ian heads to the Little Bighorn battlefield in Montana, the site of Custer's famous Last Stand in 1876.

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Feb 26, 2:30am Lidia's Kitchen
Quick and Delicious Braises (26 min)

Lidia loves long cooking techniques and braising but often, one just wants to prepare quick and delicious meals using the same technique. In this episode, she teaches the viewer to do just that. Her first dish is a velvety lettuce soup in a fontina gratin; she then makes a juicy but super quick pork tenderloin with balsamic onions. Lastly, she prepares string beans with rocky mashed potatoes made with garlic and olive oil.

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Feb 26, 3:00am Knit and Crochet NOW!
Shaped Cardigans (26 min)

Today we are making cardigans, a versatile staple for any wardrobe. Deborah Norville is joined by Kristin Nicholas with the Cosima Cardigan, that features a lace panel front that also creates a cable. Then on to Robyn Chachula who is showing how to make the textured crochet Twyla Cardigan. The stitch of the week is a new take on Shetland Lace by Rohn Strong.

YES
Feb 26, 3:30am Frank Clarke Simply Painting Around The World: China
Private Collector (26 min)

Frank's good friend and art collector Chiang Lianzhi invites him to his home, a veritable treasure trove of Chinese artifacts.

YES
Feb 26, 4:00am The Great American Seafood Cook-Off IV
(26 min)

The country's finest chefs demonstrate their culinary talents with an array of sustainable seafood in THE GREAT AMERICAN SEAFOOD COOK-OFF IV. In August 2011, a group of accomplished and up-and-coming chefs representing more than a dozen states gathered in New Orleans to compete in the eighth annual Great American Seafood Cook-Off. Chef John Folse (A Taste of Louisiana),an authority on Cajun and Creole cuisine, co-hosted the event with chef and restaurateur Kevin Roberts, host of TLC's BBQ Pitmasters.The contest gave the chefs one hour to prepare a dish using domestic seafood native to their home states. Then, the judges - including 2010 Cook-Off winner chef Dean Max, food journalist Patricia Mac and Top Chef Mastersfinalist Rick Moonen - sampled the results and crowned the next "King of American Seafood."

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Feb 26, 4:30am Ciao Italia
Ciao Italia
Cooking with Balsamic Vinegar - Cucinando con Aceto Balsamico (27 min)

Mary Ann travels to Modena, Italy, the heart of balsamic vinegar country, to cook with good friend Beatrice whose simple Omelet with Onions, and a salad go from simple to divine with the addition of fifty year-old, syrup-thick, caramel-colored, sweet and pungent artisanal balsamic vinegar tradizionale.

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Feb 26, 5:00am Mike Colameco's Real Food
Portugal (27 min)

Mike and his crew explore Portugal starting with a three-hour surf session in Cascias followed by a one star Michelin lunch, off to Lisbon to hit the markets and few top restaurants and then of course deep into the wine country.

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Online episodes available
Feb 26, 5:30am Taste The Islands with Chef Irie
The Latin Lover (26 min)

Chef Irie brings out his inner Latin lover, preparing citrus infused Snapper Ceviche and Mussels Chorizo with Mango Coconut Sauce, finished with Guava Cream Cheese Phyllo tartlets.

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Feb 26, 6:00am DayTripper
Taylor, Tx (26 min)

In a town that epitomize Texas Bar-B-Q, Chet interviews 3 different pit masters, each with their own spin on Texas que. He visits a museum dedicated to the governor who defeated the KKK in Texas and goes fishing on the best "crappie" lake in the state.

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Feb 26, 6:30am Journeys In Japan
(28 min)

English-speaking visitors travel the length of Japan, exploring the local culture and meeting the people. Charles Glover feasts on the delicacies and sake of Akita in late autumn.

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Feb 26, 7:00am Ask This Old House
Maple Syrup, Chicken Coop, Usb (26 min)

Food expert Chris Kimball discusses maple syrup and takes a few for a taste test. Watch Jenn Nawada in Vermont learn how to make maple syrup. In "Build it," see Tom create a backyard chicken coop. Scott talks about the value of USB outlets.

NO
Online episodes available
Feb 26, 7:30am American Woodshop
Curio Cabinet (26 min)

Willow column cabinet - any room can be enhanced.

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

The positive effects gardening can have on a community are huge. Often, it's one dedicated, inspired gardener that starts the ball rolling. In this episode, GardenSMART has found several that have taken the plunge and their results are impressive. Be sure to join us as we GardenSMART.

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Feb 26, 8:30am For Your Home
For Your Home
Wood and Turf (26 min)

The new cabinets for the home get installed today along with new decorative judge's paneling in the dining room and a coffered ceiling. Vicki welcomes Rob Kleber back to the show this season to design a custom entertainment unit for the living room. Jennifer Sarrano shares her decorative painting ideas with Vicki for the dining room and powder room. The FYH landscape team starts building a stacked stone retaining wall for the front yard.

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Feb 26, 9:00am New Orleans Cooking with Kevin Belton
Carnival (26 min)

Shrimp and andouille gumbo, Creole potato salad, King cake.

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Feb 26, 9:30am New Orleans Cooking with Kevin Belton
Rice Favorites (26 min)

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

NO
Feb 26, 10:00am New Orleans Cooking with Kevin Belton
Fresh Catch (26 min)

Trout meuniere, pecan crusted redfish, fried catfish with beer batter.

NO
Feb 26, 10:30am New Orleans Cooking with Kevin Belton
Garden Harvest (26 min)

Corn and sweet pepper relish, fried green tomatoes, Creole okra.

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Feb 26, 11:00am New Orleans Cooking with Kevin Belton
Gettin' Crabby (26 min)

Crab cakes, soft shell crab amandine, crabmeat stuffed shrimp.

NO
Feb 26, 11:30am New Orleans Cooking with Kevin Belton
Down Home (26 min)

Barbecued spareribs, smothered greens and Louisiana cornbread, banana pudding.

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Feb 26, 12:00pm New Orleans Cooking with Kevin Belton
Classic Creole (26 min)

Corn and crab bisque, shrimp etouffee, pralines.

NO
Feb 26, 12:30pm New Orleans Cooking with Kevin Belton
Soul Food (26 min)

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

NO
Feb 26, 1:00pm New Orleans Cooking with Kevin Belton
Shrimp Specialties (26 min)

Shrimp remoulade, shrimp Creole, BBQ shrimp.

NO
Feb 26, 1:30pm New Orleans Cooking with Kevin Belton
Oysters (26 min)

Oysters Rockefeller, fried oysters with spinach salad, oyster patties.

NO
Feb 26, 2:00pm New Orleans Cooking with Kevin Belton
Jazz Brunch (26 min)

Grillades and grits, pain perdu, bananas foster.

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Feb 26, 2:30pm New Orleans Cooking with Kevin Belton
Classic New Orleans (26 min)

Seafood gumbo, corn maque choux, beignets.

NO
Feb 26, 3:00pm Ask This Old House
Maple Syrup, Chicken Coop, Usb (26 min)

Food expert Chris Kimball discusses maple syrup and takes a few for a taste test. Watch Jenn Nawada in Vermont learn how to make maple syrup. In "Build it," see Tom create a backyard chicken coop. Scott talks about the value of USB outlets.

NO
Online episodes available
Feb 26, 3:30pm Chef's Life
Mayo - The Mother Sauce (26 min)

Vivian holds a mayo blind taste test and a surprise brand takes top prize. After a new chef takes the reins, her diminishing role at the restaurant becomes clearer. Vivian's long-held vacation plans are stifled by a series of strange events.

NO
Online episodes available
Monday, February 27
Feb 26, 4:00pm New Scandinavian Cooking
Very Local Stews (25 min)

Few things are better than a real, hearty stew. Stews have a universal generousness and at the same time they are often a great expression of unique local traditions. In today's episode Andreas travels southwards from Trondheim to Oslo, and the first stop is Oppdal in the breadbasket of Mid-Norway, where he prepares a beef stew with rye bread and beer. In the mountain region lamb is on the menu, and the stew is flavored with mild Scandinavian spices. As he reaches the flatlands again he makes a very traditional dish, pork knuckles with pea stew.

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

Flo Braker, San Francisco Bay Area baker, author and cooking teacher, turns out two wonderfully crunchy butter galettes, one that's as a sweet treat with fresh berries and whipped cream, and another with tomatoes and savory herbs. Leslie Mackie, ownerof Seattle's Macrina Bakery, demonstrates a raspberry-fig crostata.

NO
Online episodes available
Feb 26, 5:00pm Martha Bakes
Green Tea (26 min)

Learn how to incorporate antioxidant-rich green tea into four remarkably tasty desserts. Chickalicious Chef E.J. joins Martha in the kitchen.

NO
Online episodes available
Feb 26, 5:30pm America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated
Pork Kebabs and Steaks Hit The Grill (26 min)

Test cook Dan Souza shows host Christopher Kimball how to make the ultimate charcoal-grilled steaks at home. Next, equipment expert Adam Ried reviews steak knives in the Equipment Corner. Then, gadget guru Lisa McManus uncovers the best jar spatulas and jar openers. Finally, test cook Bryan Roof reveals the secrets to making perfect grilled pork kebabs with hoisin and five-spice.

NO
Feb 26, 6:00pm New Orleans Cooking with Kevin Belton
Fresh Catch (26 min)

Trout meuniere, pecan crusted redfish, fried catfish with beer batter.

NO
Feb 26, 6:30pm Chef's Life
Mayo - The Mother Sauce (26 min)

Vivian holds a mayo blind taste test and a surprise brand takes top prize. After a new chef takes the reins, her diminishing role at the restaurant becomes clearer. Vivian's long-held vacation plans are stifled by a series of strange events.

NO
Online episodes available
Feb 26, 7:00pm Ask This Old House
Maple Syrup, Chicken Coop, Usb (26 min)

Food expert Chris Kimball discusses maple syrup and takes a few for a taste test. Watch Jenn Nawada in Vermont learn how to make maple syrup. In "Build it," see Tom create a backyard chicken coop. Scott talks about the value of USB outlets.

NO
Online episodes available
Feb 26, 7:30pm Rick Steves' Europe
Florentine Delights and Tuscan Side Trips (26 min)

Enjoy more of the exquisite artistic treasures of the city that propelled Europe out of the Middle Ages. Then we side-trip to a couple of rival cities and cultural capitals in their own right, Pisa and Lucca, where we'll marvel at a tipsy tower, circle a city on its ramparts, and enjoy some Puccini in his hometown.

NO
Online episodes available
Feb 26, 8:00pm Wild Photo Adventures
Wild Photo Adventures
Florida Everglades, Part 1 (26 min)

Host and professional wildlife photographer Doug Gardner and nature photographer Jason Hahn wade through mystical swamps and mangrove tunnels in the Florida Everglades in search of beautiful subjects to photograph.

YES
Feb 26, 8:30pm Martha Bakes
Green Tea (26 min)

Learn how to incorporate antioxidant-rich green tea into four remarkably tasty desserts. Chickalicious Chef E.J. joins Martha in the kitchen.

NO
Online episodes available
Feb 26, 9:00pm America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated
Pork Kebabs and Steaks Hit The Grill (26 min)

Test cook Dan Souza shows host Christopher Kimball how to make the ultimate charcoal-grilled steaks at home. Next, equipment expert Adam Ried reviews steak knives in the Equipment Corner. Then, gadget guru Lisa McManus uncovers the best jar spatulas and jar openers. Finally, test cook Bryan Roof reveals the secrets to making perfect grilled pork kebabs with hoisin and five-spice.

NO
Feb 26, 9:30pm New Scandinavian Cooking
Very Local Stews (25 min)

Few things are better than a real, hearty stew. Stews have a universal generousness and at the same time they are often a great expression of unique local traditions. In today's episode Andreas travels southwards from Trondheim to Oslo, and the first stop is Oppdal in the breadbasket of Mid-Norway, where he prepares a beef stew with rye bread and beer. In the mountain region lamb is on the menu, and the stew is flavored with mild Scandinavian spices. As he reaches the flatlands again he makes a very traditional dish, pork knuckles with pea stew.

NO
Feb 26, 10:00pm The Great American Seafood Cook-Off IV
(26 min)

The country's finest chefs demonstrate their culinary talents with an array of sustainable seafood in THE GREAT AMERICAN SEAFOOD COOK-OFF IV. In August 2011, a group of accomplished and up-and-coming chefs representing more than a dozen states gathered in New Orleans to compete in the eighth annual Great American Seafood Cook-Off. Chef John Folse (A Taste of Louisiana),an authority on Cajun and Creole cuisine, co-hosted the event with chef and restaurateur Kevin Roberts, host of TLC's BBQ Pitmasters.The contest gave the chefs one hour to prepare a dish using domestic seafood native to their home states. Then, the judges - including 2010 Cook-Off winner chef Dean Max, food journalist Patricia Mac and Top Chef Mastersfinalist Rick Moonen - sampled the results and crowned the next "King of American Seafood."

NO
Feb 26, 10:30pm Rhythm Abroad
Alberta, Canada (26 min)

Brittany hits the trail to Southern Alberta, Canada to celebrate the rich heritage of the Blackfoot First Nations people through their history, dances, chants and songs. It's a colorful and lively celebration as Brittany dances in full costume set against the natural beauty of Alberta's Waterton Lakes National Park at the annual Blackfoot Arts and Cultural Festival.

NO
Feb 26, 11:00pm Martha Bakes
Green Tea (26 min)

Learn how to incorporate antioxidant-rich green tea into four remarkably tasty desserts. Chickalicious Chef E.J. joins Martha in the kitchen.

NO
Online episodes available
Feb 26, 11:30pm America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated
Pork Kebabs and Steaks Hit The Grill (26 min)

Test cook Dan Souza shows host Christopher Kimball how to make the ultimate charcoal-grilled steaks at home. Next, equipment expert Adam Ried reviews steak knives in the Equipment Corner. Then, gadget guru Lisa McManus uncovers the best jar spatulas and jar openers. Finally, test cook Bryan Roof reveals the secrets to making perfect grilled pork kebabs with hoisin and five-spice.

NO
Feb 27 12:00am New Orleans Cooking with Kevin Belton
Fresh Catch (26 min)

Trout meuniere, pecan crusted redfish, fried catfish with beer batter.

NO
Feb 27, 12:30am Chef's Life
Mayo - The Mother Sauce (26 min)

Vivian holds a mayo blind taste test and a surprise brand takes top prize. After a new chef takes the reins, her diminishing role at the restaurant becomes clearer. Vivian's long-held vacation plans are stifled by a series of strange events.

NO
Online episodes available
Feb 27, 1:00am Ask This Old House
Maple Syrup, Chicken Coop, Usb (26 min)

Food expert Chris Kimball discusses maple syrup and takes a few for a taste test. Watch Jenn Nawada in Vermont learn how to make maple syrup. In "Build it," see Tom create a backyard chicken coop. Scott talks about the value of USB outlets.

NO
Online episodes available
Feb 27, 1:30am Rick Steves' Europe
Florentine Delights and Tuscan Side Trips (26 min)

Enjoy more of the exquisite artistic treasures of the city that propelled Europe out of the Middle Ages. Then we side-trip to a couple of rival cities and cultural capitals in their own right, Pisa and Lucca, where we'll marvel at a tipsy tower, circle a city on its ramparts, and enjoy some Puccini in his hometown.

NO
Online episodes available
Feb 27, 2:00am Wild Photo Adventures
Wild Photo Adventures
Florida Everglades, Part 1 (26 min)

Host and professional wildlife photographer Doug Gardner and nature photographer Jason Hahn wade through mystical swamps and mangrove tunnels in the Florida Everglades in search of beautiful subjects to photograph.

YES
Feb 27, 2:30am Martha Bakes
Green Tea (26 min)

Learn how to incorporate antioxidant-rich green tea into four remarkably tasty desserts. Chickalicious Chef E.J. joins Martha in the kitchen.

NO
Online episodes available
Feb 27, 3:00am Quilting Arts
Quilting Arts
Designing Women (28 min)

Learn the secrets of designing your own fabric on today's show. Jane Sassaman explains the complex process of creating designs for a major fabric company. Rebekah Meier demonstrates several surface design techniques using stencils, found items, and painting techniques to help create your own unique fabrics. And Luana Rubin talks about curating a new line of fabrics by members of SAQA - Studio Art Quilt Associates - called "Urban Textures."

NO
Feb 27, 3:30am Paint This with Jerry Yarnell
Chesapeake Bay Visitors, Part 2 (28 min)

In episode 2, Jerry shows his viewers how to add a hazy fog in the background. Then he shows how to block in all of the vertical grassy areas using the #6 or #10 synthetic chisel-edge brush. Then shows how to add the reflections and finishes by showing how to add the shoreline highlights and soften the reflections with a horizontal glazing technique.

NO
Feb 27, 4:00am Steven Raichlen's Project Smoke
Ham Sessions (26 min)

Ham is a hog's leap to immortality, and you can use classic ham curing and smoking techniques for foods that go well beyond traditional pork leg. In this show, learn how to make ham in a hurry (the secret? use a boneless pork loin) and give the ham treatment to spareribs and turkey legs. The fire and smoke continue with eye-popping bacon sundaes for dessert. Ham in a hurry; Honey ham ribs; Bacon sundaes; Turkey ham.

NO
Feb 27, 4:30am Cooking With Nick Stellino
Grandma's Secrets (26 min)

Grandma's Polenta; Grandma's Beef Stew; Ossobuco; Strawberries in Balsamic Vinegar.

NO
Feb 27, 5:00am The Jazzy Vegetarian
Mexican-Style Menu (26 min)

Host Laura Theodore prepares a festive menu with a special guest, plant-based dietitian, Julieanna Hever. The feature of this menu is a spicy Vegetable Quesadilla Bake, a layered tortilla dish that preps in a flash. On the side, Guacamole Taco Salad Bowls feature crispy tortilla bowls filled with a peppery avocado salad, while Five Ingredient Rice Pudding with Cinnamon Spiced Vegan Dessert Cream provides an awesome finish to this lively meal.

YES
Feb 27, 5:30am Mexico -- One Plate at a Time with Rick Bayless
Market Inspirations, Local Genius (26 min)

Everywhere Rick goes, he asks chefs about Mexico's up-and-coming talent. These days, Mexico City's chefs all have the same answer: Pablo Salas. The odd thing? Salas doesn't work in Mexico City - his restaurant, Amaranta, is in Toluca, about an hour's drive away. Undaunted by the trip, Rick meets Pablo at the Santiago Tianguistengo Market to get a look at the traditions that inspire Pablo's modern Mexiquense cooking - from the myriad of chorizo choices to the pasilla chiles and vegetables. The chefs also visit a local carniceria for a peek at Toluca's famed chorizo. In the Amaranta kitchens, Pablo shows us the simple tricks to his favorite mole with oxtail. At home, Rick makes an easy version of chorizo to use in crispy potato sopes.

NO
Feb 27, 6:00am Burt Wolf: Travels & Traditions
Sailing The Danube (26 min)

The Danube River flows through nine countries and is one of the great rivers of Europe. In this program, Burt Wolf guides us along the Danube. First stop is Nuremberg, where we take a look at the works of Albrecht Durer, a master artist of the 14th century. We also visit Regensburg, its castle and its 1,000-year-old bridge. Then through the Danube Gorge, one of the most beautiful landscapes in Europe. There's a visit to Salzburg with a walk through the streets where Mozart lived, a tour of the ancient Melk Abbey, and a demonstration of the Abbey's reusable coffin. Next stop is Vienna and a guided tour of the Hapsburg Palace. The program ends with a visit to Budapest.

NO
Feb 27, 6:30am Travelscope
Cappadocia, Turkey (26 min)

Cappadocia, in Turkey's rural heart, is a natural wonder and a cultural treasure chest. It is where the East and West seem to have collided and "fairy chimneys" -- fantastic volcanic ash formations -- have risen from the land and tower over beautifully carved valleys. As part of his journey through the Cappadocia Region, Joseph floats in a hot air balloon above the homes and underground cities that are carved out of the limestone rock of the Goreme Valley. He visits holy mosques and ancient churches, delights in Cappadocia's slower, gentler lifestyle and meets the artisans of the region's traditional arts and crafts -- rug weaving, ceramics and water painting.

YES
Feb 27, 7:00am This Old House
Arlington Arts & Crafts | An Arts & Craft for the Ages (26 min)

Tour the completed project house, including the new addition at the back of the house, updated front hall, dining room and pantry, expanded master suite, spacious new bathroom and new front porch, and outside, new plantings and hardscape.

NO
Online episodes available
Feb 27, 7:30am Rough Cut - Woodworking with Tommy Mac
Second Floor Deck (26 min)

This week on Rough Cut Woodworking with Tommy Mac, they're working on the second floor of the shop. Joined by good friend Bob Ayer and his crew, Tommy has his work cut out for him- he'll need to straighten the walls before adding the entire second floor deck and lay out an opening to where his staircase will go. It'll be a lot of work, but with his friends the Rough Cut crew is willing to tackle it.

NO
Feb 27, 8:00am P. Allen Smith's Garden Home
All About The Bugs (26 min)

P. Allen Smith meets bugs where they live. Find out how to deal with the good, the bad and the ugly around your home and garden.

NO
Feb 27, 8:30am Make Your Mark
Hardware Heaven (26 min)

One trip to the hardware store can yield amazing finds. From zip tie jewelry to decoden jars, Mark provides some new tools to enhance anyone's DIY repertoire. Projects: Duct Cap Covers Display (Peter); Cement Planters or Candle Holders With Plaster Of Paris; Light Bright Bracelets (With Gutter Guard); Caulking Decoden Jar Lids; Zip Tie Jewelry.

NO
Feb 27, 9:00am Quilting Arts
Quilting Arts
Designing Women (28 min)

Learn the secrets of designing your own fabric on today's show. Jane Sassaman explains the complex process of creating designs for a major fabric company. Rebekah Meier demonstrates several surface design techniques using stencils, found items, and painting techniques to help create your own unique fabrics. And Luana Rubin talks about curating a new line of fabrics by members of SAQA - Studio Art Quilt Associates - called "Urban Textures."

NO
Feb 27, 9:30am Paint This with Jerry Yarnell
Chesapeake Bay Visitors, Part 2 (28 min)

In episode 2, Jerry shows his viewers how to add a hazy fog in the background. Then he shows how to block in all of the vertical grassy areas using the #6 or #10 synthetic chisel-edge brush. Then shows how to add the reflections and finishes by showing how to add the shoreline highlights and soften the reflections with a horizontal glazing technique.

NO
Feb 27, 10:00am Steven Raichlen's Project Smoke
Ham Sessions (26 min)

Ham is a hog's leap to immortality, and you can use classic ham curing and smoking techniques for foods that go well beyond traditional pork leg. In this show, learn how to make ham in a hurry (the secret? use a boneless pork loin) and give the ham treatment to spareribs and turkey legs. The fire and smoke continue with eye-popping bacon sundaes for dessert. Ham in a hurry; Honey ham ribs; Bacon sundaes; Turkey ham.

NO
Feb 27, 10:30am Cooking With Nick Stellino
Grandma's Secrets (26 min)

Grandma's Polenta; Grandma's Beef Stew; Ossobuco; Strawberries in Balsamic Vinegar.

NO
Feb 27, 11:00am The Jazzy Vegetarian
Mexican-Style Menu (26 min)

Host Laura Theodore prepares a festive menu with a special guest, plant-based dietitian, Julieanna Hever. The feature of this menu is a spicy Vegetable Quesadilla Bake, a layered tortilla dish that preps in a flash. On the side, Guacamole Taco Salad Bowls feature crispy tortilla bowls filled with a peppery avocado salad, while Five Ingredient Rice Pudding with Cinnamon Spiced Vegan Dessert Cream provides an awesome finish to this lively meal.

YES
Feb 27, 11:30am Mexico -- One Plate at a Time with Rick Bayless
Market Inspirations, Local Genius (26 min)

Everywhere Rick goes, he asks chefs about Mexico's up-and-coming talent. These days, Mexico City's chefs all have the same answer: Pablo Salas. The odd thing? Salas doesn't work in Mexico City - his restaurant, Amaranta, is in Toluca, about an hour's drive away. Undaunted by the trip, Rick meets Pablo at the Santiago Tianguistengo Market to get a look at the traditions that inspire Pablo's modern Mexiquense cooking - from the myriad of chorizo choices to the pasilla chiles and vegetables. The chefs also visit a local carniceria for a peek at Toluca's famed chorizo. In the Amaranta kitchens, Pablo shows us the simple tricks to his favorite mole with oxtail. At home, Rick makes an easy version of chorizo to use in crispy potato sopes.

NO
Feb 27, 12:00pm Burt Wolf: Travels & Traditions
Sailing The Danube (26 min)

The Danube River flows through nine countries and is one of the great rivers of Europe. In this program, Burt Wolf guides us along the Danube. First stop is Nuremberg, where we take a look at the works of Albrecht Durer, a master artist of the 14th century. We also visit Regensburg, its castle and its 1,000-year-old bridge. Then through the Danube Gorge, one of the most beautiful landscapes in Europe. There's a visit to Salzburg with a walk through the streets where Mozart lived, a tour of the ancient Melk Abbey, and a demonstration of the Abbey's reusable coffin. Next stop is Vienna and a guided tour of the Hapsburg Palace. The program ends with a visit to Budapest.

NO
Feb 27, 12:30pm Travelscope
Cappadocia, Turkey (26 min)

Cappadocia, in Turkey's rural heart, is a natural wonder and a cultural treasure chest. It is where the East and West seem to have collided and "fairy chimneys" -- fantastic volcanic ash formations -- have risen from the land and tower over beautifully carved valleys. As part of his journey through the Cappadocia Region, Joseph floats in a hot air balloon above the homes and underground cities that are carved out of the limestone rock of the Goreme Valley. He visits holy mosques and ancient churches, delights in Cappadocia's slower, gentler lifestyle and meets the artisans of the region's traditional arts and crafts -- rug weaving, ceramics and water painting.

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Feb 27, 1:00pm Rick Steves' Europe
Venice: City of Dreams (26 min)

After sorting through the monuments of Venice's powerful past, we trace its decline from Europe's most powerful city to its most hedonistic one. We cruise the Grand Canal, luxuriate in a venerable cafe, and savor fresh fish canalside with Venetian friends. Becoming as anonymous as possible in this city of masks, we'll be dazzled by masterpieces of the Venetian Renaissance and get intimate with the city of Casanova...on a gondola under the moonlight.

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Online episodes available
Feb 27, 1:30pm Rough Cut - Woodworking with Tommy Mac
Second Floor Deck (26 min)

This week on Rough Cut Woodworking with Tommy Mac, they're working on the second floor of the shop. Joined by good friend Bob Ayer and his crew, Tommy has his work cut out for him- he'll need to straighten the walls before adding the entire second floor deck and lay out an opening to where his staircase will go. It'll be a lot of work, but with his friends the Rough Cut crew is willing to tackle it.

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Feb 27, 2:00pm P. Allen Smith's Garden Home
All About The Bugs (26 min)

P. Allen Smith meets bugs where they live. Find out how to deal with the good, the bad and the ugly around your home and garden.

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Feb 27, 2:30pm Make Your Mark
Hardware Heaven (26 min)

One trip to the hardware store can yield amazing finds. From zip tie jewelry to decoden jars, Mark provides some new tools to enhance anyone's DIY repertoire. Projects: Duct Cap Covers Display (Peter); Cement Planters or Candle Holders With Plaster Of Paris; Light Bright Bracelets (With Gutter Guard); Caulking Decoden Jar Lids; Zip Tie Jewelry.

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Feb 27, 3:00pm This Old House
Arlington Arts & Crafts | An Arts & Craft for the Ages (26 min)

Tour the completed project house, including the new addition at the back of the house, updated front hall, dining room and pantry, expanded master suite, spacious new bathroom and new front porch, and outside, new plantings and hardscape.

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Online episodes available
Feb 27, 3:30pm Chef's Life
Onions and Avetts (26 min)

Spring onions kick off the season as Vivian takes a break from penning her first cookbook to prepare dinner for beginner farmers. Though the Avett Brothers make an appearance, the underdog spring onion steals the show, playing both star and support.

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Online episodes available
Tuesday, February 28
Feb 27, 4:00pm Simply Ming
Texas 2 (26 min)

It's fall in Dallas, and we're visiting with renowned local chefs this week on Simply Ming! Ming tries out the local fare in Texas, visiting area purveyors and meeting with friends old and new. Getting inspiration from the city, Ming contributes his own dish to the cities cuisine culture.

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Feb 27, 4:30pm Hubert Keller: Secrets of a Chef
 Hubert Keller: Secrets of a Chef
Beer Makes It Better (25 min)

Chef Keller shows how beer can add richness and great flavor to many dishes. Using apricot beer, he marinates yellowtail for a luscious sashimi treat. Then he makes an unforgettable fried chicken with beer and lots of great spices. The beer fest continues with an assortment of ice-cream beer floats. Yellowtail Sashimi with Apricot Beer, Fried Chicken "HK" Style , & Ice-Cream Beer Floats.

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Feb 27, 5:00pm Lidia's Kitchen
Savory Baking (26 min)

Lidia introduces this episode with "beautiful vegetables and a hot oven: a great marriage!" She then begins the meal with a simple and refreshing sesame and fava bean dip, perfect for flatbreads. Next, she prepares a baked eggplant stuffed with meat and vegetables, topped with a golden, cheesy crust. Her unique version of baked potatoes is made with pancetta and oregano.

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Feb 27, 5:30pm Cook's Country
Cook's Country
Sweet Indulgences (26 min)

Test cook Julia Collin Davison shows host Christopher Kimball how to make milk chocolate cheesecake at home. Next, test cook Ashley Moore reveals the steps for perfect chocolate truffles. Then, equipment expert Adam Ried reveals his top picks for cake stands. And finally, test cook Bridget Lancaster uncovers the secrets to the ultimate Swiss hazelnut cake.

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Feb 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.

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Feb 27, 6:30pm Chef's Life
Onions and Avetts (26 min)

Spring onions kick off the season as Vivian takes a break from penning her first cookbook to prepare dinner for beginner farmers. Though the Avett Brothers make an appearance, the underdog spring onion steals the show, playing both star and support.

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Online episodes available
Feb 27, 7:00pm This Old House
Arlington Arts & Crafts | An Arts & Craft for the Ages (26 min)

Tour the completed project house, including the new addition at the back of the house, updated front hall, dining room and pantry, expanded master suite, spacious new bathroom and new front porch, and outside, new plantings and hardscape.

NO
Online episodes available
Feb 27, 7:30pm Globe Trekker
Globe Trekker
Road Trip: Andes (57 min)

Inspired by Che Guevara's "The Motorcycle Diaries," Zay Harding begins the 3,000-mile trip along Ruta 40 through the Andes. Starting his trek near the Argentina-Bolivia border, he crosses into the brilliant white salt flats of the Salinas Grandes, takes in the kaleidoscopic natural wonders of 7 Colors Hills, stops at the oldest continuously inhabited city of Tilcara, explores pre-Columbian ruins in Pucara, drives the hair-raising roads to the little town of Cachi and visits the National Park of Leoncito. Zay next makes his way to the green valleys of Mendoza Province where he fuels up at the ultra-modern O'Fournier bodega before ending his journey beneath Aconcagua, the tallest mountain in the western and southern hemispheres.

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Feb 27, 8:30pm Lidia's Kitchen
Savory Baking (26 min)

Lidia introduces this episode with "beautiful vegetables and a hot oven: a great marriage!" She then begins the meal with a simple and refreshing sesame and fava bean dip, perfect for flatbreads. Next, she prepares a baked eggplant stuffed with meat and vegetables, topped with a golden, cheesy crust. Her unique version of baked potatoes is made with pancetta and oregano.

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Feb 27, 9:00pm Cook's Country
Cook's Country
Sweet Indulgences (26 min)

Test cook Julia Collin Davison shows host Christopher Kimball how to make milk chocolate cheesecake at home. Next, test cook Ashley Moore reveals the steps for perfect chocolate truffles. Then, equipment expert Adam Ried reveals his top picks for cake stands. And finally, test cook Bridget Lancaster uncovers the secrets to the ultimate Swiss hazelnut cake.

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Feb 27, 9:30pm Simply Ming
Texas 2 (26 min)

It's fall in Dallas, and we're visiting with renowned local chefs this week on Simply Ming! Ming tries out the local fare in Texas, visiting area purveyors and meeting with friends old and new. Getting inspiration from the city, Ming contributes his own dish to the cities cuisine culture.

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Feb 27, 10:00pm Steven Raichlen's Project Smoke
Ham Sessions (26 min)

Ham is a hog's leap to immortality, and you can use classic ham curing and smoking techniques for foods that go well beyond traditional pork leg. In this show, learn how to make ham in a hurry (the secret? use a boneless pork loin) and give the ham treatment to spareribs and turkey legs. The fire and smoke continue with eye-popping bacon sundaes for dessert. Ham in a hurry; Honey ham ribs; Bacon sundaes; Turkey ham.

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Feb 27, 10:30pm Islands Without Cars With Kira Hesser
Islands Without Cars with Kira Hesser
Italy's Aeolian Islands (26 min)

Just north of Sicily's eastern coast lies a volcanic archipelago renowned for perfect weather, beautiful scenery, deep caverns, blue grottos, steep cliffs, ancient ruins, thermal healing resorts and volcanos ... including one of the most active on the planet ... erupting almost continuously for the last 2,000 years! While we went looking for islands out of time, what we found on "Italy's Aeolian Islands" was a series of unique experiences for all of the senses. From islands so isolated that there was no radio to the extremely upscale tourist destinations, we treated all of our senses to the wonders of these volcanic dots ... smelling citrus, jasmine and salt, listening to the call of fishmongers and then to the silence of the night sky, tasting incomparable Aeolian tomatoes and their beloved capers, felt mineral baths and sunshine on our skin ... and met people who welcomed us into their unique lives with generosity and care.

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Feb 27, 11:00pm Lidia's Kitchen
Savory Baking (26 min)

Lidia introduces this episode with "beautiful vegetables and a hot oven: a great marriage!" She then begins the meal with a simple and refreshing sesame and fava bean dip, perfect for flatbreads. Next, she prepares a baked eggplant stuffed with meat and vegetables, topped with a golden, cheesy crust. Her unique version of baked potatoes is made with pancetta and oregano.

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Feb 27, 11:30pm Cook's Country
Cook's Country
Sweet Indulgences (26 min)

Test cook Julia Collin Davison shows host Christopher Kimball how to make milk chocolate cheesecake at home. Next, test cook Ashley Moore reveals the steps for perfect chocolate truffles. Then, equipment expert Adam Ried reveals his top picks for cake stands. And finally, test cook Bridget Lancaster uncovers the secrets to the ultimate Swiss hazelnut cake.

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Feb 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.

NO
Feb 28, 12:30am Chef's Life
Onions and Avetts (26 min)

Spring onions kick off the season as Vivian takes a break from penning her first cookbook to prepare dinner for beginner farmers. Though the Avett Brothers make an appearance, the underdog spring onion steals the show, playing both star and support.

NO
Online episodes available
Feb 28, 1:00am This Old House
Arlington Arts & Crafts | An Arts & Craft for the Ages (26 min)

Tour the completed project house, including the new addition at the back of the house, updated front hall, dining room and pantry, expanded master suite, spacious new bathroom and new front porch, and outside, new plantings and hardscape.

NO
Online episodes available
Feb 28, 1:30am Globe Trekker
Globe Trekker
Road Trip: Andes (57 min)

Inspired by Che Guevara's "The Motorcycle Diaries," Zay Harding begins the 3,000-mile trip along Ruta 40 through the Andes. Starting his trek near the Argentina-Bolivia border, he crosses into the brilliant white salt flats of the Salinas Grandes, takes in the kaleidoscopic natural wonders of 7 Colors Hills, stops at the oldest continuously inhabited city of Tilcara, explores pre-Columbian ruins in Pucara, drives the hair-raising roads to the little town of Cachi and visits the National Park of Leoncito. Zay next makes his way to the green valleys of Mendoza Province where he fuels up at the ultra-modern O'Fournier bodega before ending his journey beneath Aconcagua, the tallest mountain in the western and southern hemispheres.

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Feb 28, 2:30am Lidia's Kitchen
Savory Baking (26 min)

Lidia introduces this episode with "beautiful vegetables and a hot oven: a great marriage!" She then begins the meal with a simple and refreshing sesame and fava bean dip, perfect for flatbreads. Next, she prepares a baked eggplant stuffed with meat and vegetables, topped with a golden, cheesy crust. Her unique version of baked potatoes is made with pancetta and oregano.

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Feb 28, 3:00am Sewing with Nancy
The Absolute Easiest Way to Sew, Part 1 (26 min)

Nancy shows tried and true methods for simple sewing. Over the years Nancy tweaked sewing and quilting steps to make them easier and for the best looking results. In this program she shares some of the easiest ways to layout, cut, and mark fabric; sew darts; gather four different ways; and add elastic. Whether you're a new sewer or looking for a refresher class, these techniques are the easiest!

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Online episodes available
Feb 28, 3:30am The Best of The Joy of Painting
Mountain Splendor (28 min)

Bob Ross captures the undaunted power and charm of a glorious mountain surveying its surroundings -- all on canvas!

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Feb 28, 4:00am Lucky Chow
Koreatown U.S.A (28 min)

This episode visits New York and Los Angeles - home to the two largest Korean populations in the United States - to explore what distinguishes each. Both are 24-hour hubs of food and drinking culture. However, New York City's Koreatown covers just one block, whereas Los Angeles' Koreatown seems like a city unto itself. At dinner with Lisa Ling and her husband Paul Song, chef Sang Yoon breaks down the basics of Korean cooking. Back in New York, at Saveur Magazine'stest kitchen, Top Chefwinner Kristen Kish, a Seoul-born Korean adoptee, receives her first-ever Korean cooking lesson, a kimchi tutorial, from Korean homemaker and YouTube sensation, Maangchi. The episode ends with a night out at Pocha 32, an export of Korea's popular "tent" restaurants.

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Feb 28, 4:30am Joanne Weir's Cooking Confidence
Summer In Italy (26 min)

Joanne shows how to get maximum flavor from a bountiful tomato crop by roasting them slowly. Sasha learns to make a stew fit for summer using fresh vegetables and a basil mint pesto. Recipes: Oven-Dried Tomatoes, Feta and Olives, Summer Vegetable Stew with Basil and Mint Pesto (Parm-Reg). Student: Sasha Bernstein.

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Feb 28, 5:00am Dining with the Chef
(28 min)
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Feb 28, 5:30am Jacques Pepin: More Fast Food My Way
Jacques Pepin: More Fast Food My Way
Sole-Ful Suppertime (26 min)

Jacques makes the sweet, nutty flavors of winter squash tickle the palate with a warm and creamy Butternut Squash Velvet whilst he admits to supplying his brother with seeds of this New World squash. Blossoming roses of creamy fish in Fillet of Sole with Mushroom Sauce are paired with Peas, Mushrooms and Endive along with tips to help keep your sauce from breaking. The meal ends with an unusual combination of Seckel Pears in Coffee and a grated chocolate garnish.

YES
Feb 28, 6:00am Travel with Kids
Belize Beach Islands & Mayan Jungles (28 min)

You better Belize it! This Central American Caribbean country is packed with adventure and culture. From the quiet beach sand streets of the tiny island of Cay Caluker, you will find a slow pace of hammocks and bicycles. Snorkel with sting rays and sharks, hang out on the dock with locals, learn to fish, and visit a local school. Nathan & Seamus then head to the mainland to meet friends from home. Explore ancient Mayan pyramids accessable by a hand cranked car transport over a river and try strange local foods. Cow Hoof Soup anyone? Stay in a jungle lodge where all kinds of creepy crawlies come out at night. Go for a night walk and learn the ways of the jungle.

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Feb 28, 6:30am Music Voyager
Roots, Rock, Reggae (26 min)

Jamaican reggae hit the world like a hammer in the 1970s, but where did reggae come from? How did this appealing, soulful sound develop, and where do the roots of this powerful tree extend? In this episode, Edgar explores the history of Jamaican music, from its African roots to the cusp of the reggae revolution. Edgar heads to the jungle for an entrancing kumina drumming session with the Akwaaba Drummers, that reveals the African underpinning of the island's music. Edgar is joined by Reggae Sunsplash founder Ronnie Burke on a journey across the island to Negril to meet Gilzene and the Blue Light Mento Band, who set up in a picturesque beachside setting to play some classic Jamaican mento. Along the way, Burke and Edgar stop at the Peter Tosh Memorial for a conversation on the life and legacy of this reggae revolutionary. Back in Kingston, Edgar connects with guitar legend Ernest Ranglin for a lesson on the development of ska and rocksteady, and an all-star jam session with Sly Dunbar and other greats. The episode ends at the magnificent Strawberry Hill resort for an intimate concert with Marcia Griffiths, a member of Bob Marley's band and a star in her own right.

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Feb 28, 7:00am Woodwright's Shop
Firewood Carrier (26 min)

Chair-maker Elia Bizzarri shows Roy how to make a split oak firewood carrier inspired by the classic wooden harvest rake.

YES
Feb 28, 7:30am Woodsmith Shop
Woodsmith Shop
Project Wrap-Up (27 min)

Watch the Woodsmith editors complete the bookcase by adding a pair of rock-solid drawers. And a simple project for a basic shop tool goes together quickly.

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Feb 28, 8:00am Growing a Greener World
 Growing a Greener World
The Edible Schoolyard: A Class Without Walls and a Love to Learn (Berkeley, CA) (26 min)

In all the years of producing episodes for Growing a Greener World, one theme observed that always holds true: place a student in a learning environment that includes growing plants or gardening, and you can't pull them away. They love everything about it... just don't tell them they're getting every aspect of the core curriculum including math, science, language arts, social studies, nutrition, and more. In this episode, the team showcases the original and world-renowned Edible Schoolyard in Berkeley, Calif. Co-founded by famous chef and school neighbor Alice Waters, the Edible Schoolyard is a world-caliber outdoor classroom where teachers from around the globe come to impart lessons that last a lifetime and extend well beyond both the classroom and the garden.

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Online episodes available
Feb 28, 8:30am Craftsman's Legacy
Craftsman's Legacy
The Cooper (26 min)

Think handmade wooden buckets a thing of the past? Cooper Jim Gaster keeps the craft alive and well. His buckets were recently in The Revenant. Host Eric Gorges and Jim make a bucket - no leaks.

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Feb 28, 9:00am Sewing with Nancy
The Absolute Easiest Way to Sew, Part 1 (26 min)

Nancy shows tried and true methods for simple sewing. Over the years Nancy tweaked sewing and quilting steps to make them easier and for the best looking results. In this program she shares some of the easiest ways to layout, cut, and mark fabric; sew darts; gather four different ways; and add elastic. Whether you're a new sewer or looking for a refresher class, these techniques are the easiest!

NO
Online episodes available
Feb 28, 9:30am The Best of The Joy of Painting
Mountain Splendor (28 min)

Bob Ross captures the undaunted power and charm of a glorious mountain surveying its surroundings -- all on canvas!

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Feb 28, 10:00am Lucky Chow
Koreatown U.S.A (28 min)

This episode visits New York and Los Angeles - home to the two largest Korean populations in the United States - to explore what distinguishes each. Both are 24-hour hubs of food and drinking culture. However, New York City's Koreatown covers just one block, whereas Los Angeles' Koreatown seems like a city unto itself. At dinner with Lisa Ling and her husband Paul Song, chef Sang Yoon breaks down the basics of Korean cooking. Back in New York, at Saveur Magazine'stest kitchen, Top Chefwinner Kristen Kish, a Seoul-born Korean adoptee, receives her first-ever Korean cooking lesson, a kimchi tutorial, from Korean homemaker and YouTube sensation, Maangchi. The episode ends with a night out at Pocha 32, an export of Korea's popular "tent" restaurants.

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Feb 28, 10:30am Joanne Weir's Cooking Confidence
Summer In Italy (26 min)

Joanne shows how to get maximum flavor from a bountiful tomato crop by roasting them slowly. Sasha learns to make a stew fit for summer using fresh vegetables and a basil mint pesto. Recipes: Oven-Dried Tomatoes, Feta and Olives, Summer Vegetable Stew with Basil and Mint Pesto (Parm-Reg). Student: Sasha Bernstein.

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Feb 28, 11:00am 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).

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Feb 28, 1:00pm Eat Fat Get Thin With Dr. Mark Hyman
Eat Fat Get Thin with Dr. Mark Hyman
(1 hour 28 min)

Many of us have long been told that fat makes us fat, contributes to heart disease, and generally erodes our health. Now a growing body of research is debunking our fat-phobia, revealing the health and weight-loss benefits of a higher fat diet rich in eggs, nuts, healthy oils, avocados, and other delicious super-foods. In this new show, Dr. Mark Hyman introduces a new weight-loss and healthy living program based on the latest science and explain how eating fat can help promote weight loss and optimum health. Offering practical tools, meal plans, recipes, and shopping lists, as well as step-by-step, easy-to-follow advice, Eat Fat Get Thin with Dr. Mark Hyman is a cutting edge way to lose weight, prevent disease, and feel good.

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Feb 28, 2:30pm Age Reversed with Miranda Esmonde-White
(58 min)
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Feb 28, 3:30pm Dr. David Perlmutter's Whole Life Plan
(1 hour 29 min)

You can choose your health destiny. Effortless weight loss. Freedom from neurological disorders and other chronic conditions. Boundless energy. A radiant appearance. Sound sleep. A happy belly. A robust immune system. Relief from depression and anxiety. A sharp, fast-thinking brain. A great sense of self-confidence and well-being. A super-high quality of life. These are all terrific goals, and who wouldn't want to achieve them? But such monumental accomplishments don't come without hard work and sacrifices. You can't necessarily turn away from the standard American diet- bread, soda, OJ, sugar, cereal, muffins, bagels, processed foods-and embrace a totally gluten-free, low-carb lifestyle overnight. It takes commitment. It takes effort. But it's doable with the plan outlined in this program. More than a million people around the world have improved their health-physical, mental, and cognitive-thanks to Dr. Perlmutter's bestselling books, Grain Brain and Brain Maker. Now the time has come to bring these two forces together in a highly practical, step-by-step holistic lifestyle program. Welcome to Dr. Perlmutter's Whole Life Plan. Dr. Perlmutter puts his ideas into practice in the real world to show you that living your best life is about much more than what you put in your mouth. It expands upon the core advice in his previous programs and introduces exciting new information about the advantages of eating more fat and fiber, consuming fewer carbs and protein, evicting gluten forever, and catering to your intestinal flora. Food is a central component of the program, but so are other key aspects to achieving the best results: the timing of when you eat, sleep, and exercise; knowing which supplements to take and which medications to potentially drop; reducing daily stress and even chemical exposures in your physical environment; nurturing relationships and your own self-care; addressing the challenges in life with grace and ease; routinely creating goals for your personal development; and finding time for the kinds of physical activities that power the brain while healing the body. The program offers nutritional and health advice that's been validated over and over again in the scientific literature, but also more extensive science has emerged. Even the U.S. government has modified its dietary guidelines to reflect this research, backing away from endorsing low-fat, low-cholesterol diets. If you assume that this is just another diet that will test your willpower and resolve - it will disappoint you on that front. Dr. Perlmutter's Whole Life Plan gives you a jump-start to a healthy way of living that you will be able to sustain indefinitely.

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Wednesday, March 1
Feb 28, 5:00pm Martha Bakes
Extraordinary Fruits (26 min)

Some of Martha's favorite desserts have something in common: fruit - nature's sweetest gift. Learn step-by-step how-tos for a souffle with intensely fragrant passion fruit, biscuit-topped raspberry-rhubarb cobblers and other fruity delights.

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Online episodes available
Feb 28, 5:30pm America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated
Mexican Mole and Drunken Beans (26 min)

Host Christopher Kimball goes into the test kitchen with test cook Julia Collin Davison to learn how to make the best chicken mole poblano at home. Then, tasting expert Jack Bishop challenges Chris to a tasting of Mexican lagers. Finally, test cook Bridget Lancaster reveals the secrets to making the ultimate drunken beans.

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Feb 28, 6:00pm New Orleans Cooking with Kevin Belton
French Beginnings (26 min)

Daube, spaghetti bordelaise, lemon creme brulee.

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Feb 28, 6:30pm Chef's Life
My Watermelon Baby (26 min)

The heat is high and watermelons are ripe. After a summer away from the restaurant, Vivian returns to a staff of unfamiliar faces and works to build camaraderie. She employs an avid home cook to put recipes from her forthcoming cookbook to the test.

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Online episodes available
Feb 28, 7:00pm Woodwright's Shop
Firewood Carrier (26 min)

Chair-maker Elia Bizzarri shows Roy how to make a split oak firewood carrier inspired by the classic wooden harvest rake.

YES
Feb 28, 7:30pm Travelscope
Gathering In Scotland (26 min)

Scotland has been a part of the United Kingdom for more than 300 years, yet it has managed to maintain its distinct customs, culture and character. Joseph dons his tartan and joins the Scottish clans for a bit of culture and fun at The Gathering in Edinburgh where hundreds of clans and thousands of people come together for sport, folk dancing, arts, crafts and bag piping. During his travels Joseph explores Glasgow, imbibes a dram or two of the local product at an island whiskey distillery and meets his grace, the Duke of Argyle, at Inverary Castle during the Campbell clans' Highland Games.

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Feb 28, 8:00pm Equitrekking
Equitrekking
Turkey's Coast, Cappadocia & Istanbul (26 min)

Equitrekking host Darley Newman experiences life on Turkey's beautiful Mediterranean Coast - otherwise known as the Turquoise Rivera - by hiking the chilly waters of Saklikent Gorge and horseback riding through the abandoned Greek city of Kayakoy. Next, it's off to bustling Istanbul, where East meets West, to explore the Blue Mosque, Spice Market, Grand Bazaar, Topkapi Palace and the mighty Bosphorus. Finally, Darley returns to Cappadocia, to step back in time with the locals of these ancient villages. In Avanos, Darley focuses on local food, learning how to make pekmez (a special type of jelly) and cook testi kebab, a dish containing meat and vegetables cooked in a clay pot. Darley rides with locals through the fairy chimneys of Uzengi Valley, the Greek- influenced city of Mustafapasa, which dates back to Byzantine times and to a caravan stop on the Silk Road.

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Feb 28, 8:30pm Martha Bakes
Extraordinary Fruits (26 min)

Some of Martha's favorite desserts have something in common: fruit - nature's sweetest gift. Learn step-by-step how-tos for a souffle with intensely fragrant passion fruit, biscuit-topped raspberry-rhubarb cobblers and other fruity delights.

NO
Online episodes available
Feb 28, 9:00pm America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated
Mexican Mole and Drunken Beans (26 min)

Host Christopher Kimball goes into the test kitchen with test cook Julia Collin Davison to learn how to make the best chicken mole poblano at home. Then, tasting expert Jack Bishop challenges Chris to a tasting of Mexican lagers. Finally, test cook Bridget Lancaster reveals the secrets to making the ultimate drunken beans.

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Feb 28, 9:30pm Joanne Weir Gets Fresh
Corn - Get An Earful! (26 min)

Come get an earful of corn in this episode dedicated to one of Joanne's favorite vegetables. To take a fresh approach to incorporating corn into recipes, Joanne will travel to Alaska where we'll visit a crab shack, and then make a Corn and Crab Chowder with her student. Recipes: Corn and Crab Chowder, Crab Tacos with fresh Tortillas and Corn Salsa, Elote Student: Gina Brown.

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Feb 28, 10:00pm Lucky Chow
Koreatown U.S.A (28 min)

This episode visits New York and Los Angeles - home to the two largest Korean populations in the United States - to explore what distinguishes each. Both are 24-hour hubs of food and drinking culture. However, New York City's Koreatown covers just one block, whereas Los Angeles' Koreatown seems like a city unto itself. At dinner with Lisa Ling and her husband Paul Song, chef Sang Yoon breaks down the basics of Korean cooking. Back in New York, at Saveur Magazine'stest kitchen, Top Chefwinner Kristen Kish, a Seoul-born Korean adoptee, receives her first-ever Korean cooking lesson, a kimchi tutorial, from Korean homemaker and YouTube sensation, Maangchi. The episode ends with a night out at Pocha 32, an export of Korea's popular "tent" restaurants.

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Feb 28, 10:30pm Rudy Maxa's World
Bangkok, Thailand (26 min)

The capital of Thailand appears the capital of pandemonium, its streets filled with tuk-tuks, motorcycle taxis, cars and 12 million people. But the Thais have mastered the art of creating tranquility behind closed doors, whether in homes, hotels or temples. Rudy takes you to back streets and the quiet, residential klongs, or canals, of Bangkok. Visits to Bangkok's legendary food carts and markets reveal the real city that captures the affection of visitors who take the time to seek out what makes Bangkok special. Marvel at the Emerald Buddha (made no less spectacular by the fact it's really jade), visit the city's flower and fish markets, join locals offering incense and flowers at colorful outdoor shrines, celebrate the king's 80th birthday with an all-day and all-night party, and take a wooden boat along the city's main artery, the wide Chao Phraya river. A side trip takes viewers to the world's only outdoor market whose vendors must fold back their displays 16 times a day as a train passes through the heart of commerce, missing vegetables, meats, and fish by inches.

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Feb 28, 11:00pm Martha Bakes
Extraordinary Fruits (26 min)

Some of Martha's favorite desserts have something in common: fruit - nature's sweetest gift. Learn step-by-step how-tos for a souffle with intensely fragrant passion fruit, biscuit-topped raspberry-rhubarb cobblers and other fruity delights.

NO
Online episodes available
Feb 28, 11:30pm America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated
Mexican Mole and Drunken Beans (26 min)

Host Christopher Kimball goes into the test kitchen with test cook Julia Collin Davison to learn how to make the best chicken mole poblano at home. Then, tasting expert Jack Bishop challenges Chris to a tasting of Mexican lagers. Finally, test cook Bridget Lancaster reveals the secrets to making the ultimate drunken beans.

NO
Mar 1 12:00am New Orleans Cooking with Kevin Belton
French Beginnings (26 min)

Daube, spaghetti bordelaise, lemon creme brulee.

NO
Mar 1, 12:30am Chef's Life
My Watermelon Baby (26 min)

The heat is high and watermelons are ripe. After a summer away from the restaurant, Vivian returns to a staff of unfamiliar faces and works to build camaraderie. She employs an avid home cook to put recipes from her forthcoming cookbook to the test.

NO
Online episodes available
Mar 1, 1:00am Woodwright's Shop
Firewood Carrier (26 min)

Chair-maker Elia Bizzarri shows Roy how to make a split oak firewood carrier inspired by the classic wooden harvest rake.

YES
Mar 1, 1:30am Travelscope
Gathering In Scotland (26 min)

Scotland has been a part of the United Kingdom for more than 300 years, yet it has managed to maintain its distinct customs, culture and character. Joseph dons his tartan and joins the Scottish clans for a bit of culture and fun at The Gathering in Edinburgh where hundreds of clans and thousands of people come together for sport, folk dancing, arts, crafts and bag piping. During his travels Joseph explores Glasgow, imbibes a dram or two of the local product at an island whiskey distillery and meets his grace, the Duke of Argyle, at Inverary Castle during the Campbell clans' Highland Games.

YES
Mar 1, 2:00am Equitrekking
Equitrekking
Turkey's Coast, Cappadocia & Istanbul (26 min)

Equitrekking host Darley Newman experiences life on Turkey's beautiful Mediterranean Coast - otherwise known as the Turquoise Rivera - by hiking the chilly waters of Saklikent Gorge and horseback riding through the abandoned Greek city of Kayakoy. Next, it's off to bustling Istanbul, where East meets West, to explore the Blue Mosque, Spice Market, Grand Bazaar, Topkapi Palace and the mighty Bosphorus. Finally, Darley returns to Cappadocia, to step back in time with the locals of these ancient villages. In Avanos, Darley focuses on local food, learning how to make pekmez (a special type of jelly) and cook testi kebab, a dish containing meat and vegetables cooked in a clay pot. Darley rides with locals through the fairy chimneys of Uzengi Valley, the Greek- influenced city of Mustafapasa, which dates back to Byzantine times and to a caravan stop on the Silk Road.

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Mar 1, 2:30am Martha Bakes
Extraordinary Fruits (26 min)

Some of Martha's favorite desserts have something in common: fruit - nature's sweetest gift. Learn step-by-step how-tos for a souffle with intensely fragrant passion fruit, biscuit-topped raspberry-rhubarb cobblers and other fruity delights.

NO
Online episodes available
Mar 1, 3:00am Knit and Crochet NOW!
Carry Along Bags (26 min)

Ellen Gormley is here to show Deborah how to stitch up the Rose Messenger Bag, worked in easy crochet with a cross stitch rose. Lena will then show how to knit the Visby Purse which features cables and a linen stitch side panel. Ellen is also in the stitch corner with a crochet Lazy Daisy Stitch.

YES
Mar 1, 3:30am Frank Clarke Simply Painting Around The World: China
Beautiful Pagoda (26 min)

In this episode, Frank visits the beautiful Skayamamuni Pagoda and relates the stories of the two fighting trees.

YES
Mar 1, 4:00am Great American Seafood Cook-Off V
Great American Seafood Cook-Off V
(26 min)

In August 2012, a group of accomplished and up-and-coming chefs representing 16 states gathered in New Orleans to compete in the ninth edition of the Great American Seafood Cook- Off. THE GREAT AMERICAN SEAFOOD COOK-OFF V features highlights from the annual event, which was co-hosted by Sig Hansen, one of the featured captains on Discovery Channel's Deadliest catch, and chef Cory Bahr, a recent winner of Food Network's Chopped. The contest gave the chefs one hour to showcase their culinary talents while preparing a dish using domestic seafood native to their home states. Then, a discriminating panel of judges made up of renowned chefs, food magazine editors and the 2011 Cook-Off winner sampled the results and crowned a winner.

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Mar 1, 4:30am Ciao Italia
Ciao Italia
Handmade Pastas - Cicatelli E Fusilli (26 min)

Mary Ann visits Castle Montalto kitchen in Fragneto, Italy where two chefs, Antonietta and Filomena, demonstrate the timeless art of preparing unique homemade, handmade pastas from scratch, Cicatelli and Fusilli. Then they create two mouthwatering tomato sauces to go with them. Grab your knife and fork, tuck in your napkin - and bring your appetite.

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Mar 1, 5:00am Mike Colameco's Real Food
Ny 2014 Deli/Jewish Cooking (27 min)

A brand new youth driven Deli scene is taking hold in NYC. We'll visit Baz bagels on Grand St., Black Seed Bagels on Elizabeth, Montreal Style Mile End Deli, the new Russ & Daughters Cafe on Orchard St., plus we'll meet the team behind Gefilteria that make artisanal gefilte fish and pickles.

NO
Online episodes available
Mar 1, 5:30am Taste The Islands with Chef Irie
Carnival Nights (26 min)

Chef Irie reinterprets Trinidadian favorites with Cilantro Corn soup, Chicken Pelau, Pineapple Pepper Slaw and an Irie-style ginger libation. Viewers listen in on a food conversation between Chef and Trinidadian Olympic athlete and Sports Analyst Ato Boldon.

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Mar 1, 6:00am DayTripper
Conroe, Tx (26 min)

Chet visits a town in the piney woods known for designing the famous "Lone Star" flag. He tours a wolf sanctuary, eats meatloaf in the historic district, and then goes "fly boarding" on beautiful Lake Conroe.

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Mar 1, 6:30am Journeys In Japan
(28 min)

English-speaking visitors travel the length of Japan, exploring the local culture and meeting the people. Takachiho, land of Japan's creation myths, where the gods are celebrated by all-night dancing.

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Mar 1, 7:00am Ask This Old House
Maple Syrup, Chicken Coop, Usb (26 min)

Food expert Chris Kimball discusses maple syrup and takes a few for a taste test. Watch Jenn Nawada in Vermont learn how to make maple syrup. In "Build it," see Tom create a backyard chicken coop. Scott talks about the value of USB outlets.

NO
Online episodes available
Mar 1, 7:30am American Woodshop
Shop Made Workbenches (26 min)

The ultimate recycled hard maple portable bench.

NO
Online episodes available
Mar 1, 8:00am Garden SMART
Garden SMART
(27 min)

Container gardening is more popular every year. One reason: the possibilities for creativity are endless. GardenSMART visits with an accomplished container gardener who shares her expertise. A beautiful show and a lot to learn. Be sure to tune into GardenSMART.

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Mar 1, 8:30am For Your Home
For Your Home
Hardscape Inside and Out (26 min)

With hundreds of square feet of tile and countertops to be installed it takes lots of talented craftsman. They all share great tips for DIY home improvement folks and you'll learn about today's new heated floor systems. The new custom interior doors are ready for delivery and Vicki selects new gutters and downspouts. Learn how to make a wipe-off bulletin board for your pantry or kitchen.

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Mar 1, 9:00am Knit and Crochet NOW!
Carry Along Bags (26 min)

Ellen Gormley is here to show Deborah how to stitch up the Rose Messenger Bag, worked in easy crochet with a cross stitch rose. Lena will then show how to knit the Visby Purse which features cables and a linen stitch side panel. Ellen is also in the stitch corner with a crochet Lazy Daisy Stitch.

YES
Mar 1, 9:30am Frank Clarke Simply Painting Around The World: China
Beautiful Pagoda (26 min)

In this episode, Frank visits the beautiful Skayamamuni Pagoda and relates the stories of the two fighting trees.

YES
Mar 1, 10:00am Great American Seafood Cook-Off V
Great American Seafood Cook-Off V
(26 min)

In August 2012, a group of accomplished and up-and-coming chefs representing 16 states gathered in New Orleans to compete in the ninth edition of the Great American Seafood Cook- Off. THE GREAT AMERICAN SEAFOOD COOK-OFF V features highlights from the annual event, which was co-hosted by Sig Hansen, one of the featured captains on Discovery Channel's Deadliest catch, and chef Cory Bahr, a recent winner of Food Network's Chopped. The contest gave the chefs one hour to showcase their culinary talents while preparing a dish using domestic seafood native to their home states. Then, a discriminating panel of judges made up of renowned chefs, food magazine editors and the 2011 Cook-Off winner sampled the results and crowned a winner.

NO