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Saturday, May 27
May 27 12:00am Pati's Mexican Table
Alan Goes to College (26 min)

Pati's oldest son, Alan is graduating from high school soon and heading off to college. Pati wants to make sure he goes to school with some basic cooking techniques and knowledge since he will not be able to rely on mom's cooking anymore. In this episode, she makes a few simple, inexpensive recipes that any college kid can do and she gives a series of simple cooking tips.

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May 27, 12:30am Sara's Weeknight Meals
Holiday Sides (26 min)

The winter is full of big family meals where you really have to be on your game to get food on the table all at once. Sara shows a little love to the unsung heroes of the big meal, the sides. She's got delicious winter vegetables like shredded butternut squash with dates, Brussels sprouts with panko breadcrumbs and a creamy tahini sauce, plus a creamy root vegetable soup that can stand on its own as a main course or serve as a first course. And for the hungry cook: apple nutmeg bites to tide you over until dinnertime. Recipes: Root vegetable soup with pita crisps; Shredded butternut squash with dates; Brussels sprouts with panko; Apple nutmeg bites 3.

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May 27, 1:00am This Old House
Detroit | Stain Glass Revival (26 min)

The restored leaded glass bay windows are installed and modern wood-grain tile goes down in the kitchen. Kevin and Roger explore urban farming in Detroit. Roger installs a drywell and Tommy leads the kitchen cabinet installation.

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Online episodes available
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May 27, 1:30am Richard Bangs' Adventures with Purpose: Basel and Lucerne: Quest for the Crossroads
(56 min)

In the 12th installment of his Emmy-winning ADVENTURES WITH PURPOSE series, renowned adventurer Richard Bangs follows the ancient trade routes from the Gotthard pass into central Switzerland, along Lake Lucerne, with a final stop at the port city of Basel. On his quest, Richard aims to uncover what turned landlocked Switzerland, the most mountainous country in Europe, into the crossroads of the continent, a hub for commerce, ideas, medicines and people.

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May 27, 2:30am Lidia's Kitchen
Bolognese (26 min)

It's a world famous technique but made with milk, it is famous only in the Italian region of Emilia Romagna. In this episode, Lidia shares a show stopping meal that consists of bolognese with milk: a traditional beef and pork ragu prepared in the style of bologna; dandelion greens with almond vinaigrette and ricotta salata: a vibrant salad of bitter dandelion greens tossed with a sweet honey almond vinaigrette and salty ricotta salata; pomegranate sorbet: a refreshing sorbet of pomegranate juice and dark rum.

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May 27, 3:00am Steven Raichlen's Project Smoke
Abc's of Smoke (26 min)

Smoking ranks among the world's most ancient and popular cooking methods. We begin season two with a refresher course on the basic smoking techniques and smokers, from rotisserie-smoking chicken to smoke-roasting bourbon-bacon pork loin. From low and slow-smoked "brisket on the bone" (beef plate ribs) to smoked pears with smoked whipped cream for dessert, you'll learn to smoke on a kettle grill, pellet smoker, electric smoker, and offset barrel smoker. Rotisserie-smoked chicken with drip pan root vegetables; Bourbon-brown sugar smoked pork loin; Brisket on the bone; Smoke-roasted pears.

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May 27, 3:30am The Jazzy Vegetarian
Bbq Bash (26 min)

Host Laura Theodore prepares warm weather cuisine to celebrate a festive summer holiday. Colorful "Jazzy Shish Kebabs" with homemade barbeque sauce are served over "Quick Quinoa." On the side, tangy "Kale and Tomato Salad" adds a refreshing crunch, while "Chilled Choco-Peanut Butter Cups" make a refreshing and decadent dessert.

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May 27, 4:00am Primal Grill with Steven Raichlen
Primal Grill with Steven Raichlen
Barbecue's Birthplace (26 min)

In 1516, a Spanish explorer encountered a band of Taino Indians roasting game and seafood on a wooden frame over a smoky fire. They called the cooking device a barbacoa-the origin of modern barbecue. This show takes us to the birthplace of barbecue-the Caribbean-where you'll learn to make Jamaican jerk chicken, buccaneer baby back ribs with pineapple barbecue sauce, and a Raichlen classic: shrimp grilled on sugarcane. Jamaican Jerk Chicken; Buccaneer Baby Back Ribs with Pineapple Barbecue Sauce; Shrimp Grilled on Sugarcane.

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May 27, 4:30am Steven Raichlen's Project Smoke
Raichlen On Ribs (26 min)

Ribs epitomize barbecue, combining well-marbled, rich-tasting meat with the primal pleasure of eating with your bare hands. In this show we embark on a rib world tour, from St. Louis ribs with a surprise ingredient to Chinatown spareribs and the Project Smoke version of the boneless rib sandwich. You'll also learn how to build an onion bomb that explodes with flavor in your mouth. St. Louis ribs with vanilla-brown sugar glaze; Chinatown ribs; Onion bombs; Rob's real BBQ baby back rib sandwich.

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May 27, 5:00am BBQ With Franklin
Poultry & Sauce (26 min)

Aaron takes us to a Texas BBQ joint where they cook their chicken in a unique way and then teaches us how to make sauce from scratch. Meanwhile, John Markus takes us on a whirlwind tour of the regional sauces of America.

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Online episodes available
May 27, 5:30am Steven Raichlen's Project Smoke
Bird Meets Smoke (26 min)

Some of the world's greatest poultry dishes owe their character to wood smoke. In this show you'll learn the fundamentals of smoking chicken, turkey, duck, and even quail eggs-from curing and brining to hay-smoking in a stovetop smoker. Chipotle chilies give cherry barbecue sauce a blast of smoke, too. Cherry-smoked duck with chipotle-cherry barbecue sauce; Citrus-smoked turkey breast; Bacon, ham and cheese chicken thighs; Hay smoked quail eggs.

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May 27, 6:00am Sara's Weeknight Meals
Five Ingredient Cookout (26 min)

Five ingredients all cooked outside -- what's not to love about Sara's scallop, basil and prosciutto kebabs? Since we're barbecuing, we decided to go to the master, Hill Country Barbecue's Elizabeth Karmel for her definitive Texas barbeque brisket. Sara cools it off with watermelon lemonade. We'll also visit with YouTube stars, the Barbeque Pit Boys, an international cooking club for men who love meat and heat.

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May 27, 6:30am BBQ With Franklin
Brisket (26 min)

Learn how the brisket became a popular centerpiece of Central Texas BBQ. Hear from legends of Texas BBQ and be guided through a step-by-step brisket cook experiment using three different methods.

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Online episodes available
May 27, 7:00am 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.

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May 27, 7:30am BBQ With Franklin
Fire & Smoke (26 min)

When you're cooking with fire, you'd better have good wood. Aaron covers the major types of wood used in Texas BBQ, gives some tips on building a fire, and shows a twist on using smoke for more than cooking meat.

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Online episodes available
May 27, 8:00am George Hirsch Lifestyle
George Hirsch Lifestyle
Layering with Seasoning (26 min)

George plans the perfect outdoor cookout, complete with flavor-packed tasting plates, grilled steak and spice-rubbed salmon, and a decadent chocolate mousse. George visits Captain Pete who shares tips on making the perfect smoked salmon. Recipes: - Sliced Steak, Garlic Butter Sauce - Grilled Asparagus - Spice Rubbed Planked Salmon - Roasted Fingerling Potatoes - Chocolate Mousse.

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May 27, 8:30am BBQ With Franklin
Direct Heat & Mesquite (26 min)

Aaron gets a lesson in cooking "cowboy style", in a way that combines traditional BBQ skills with the grill. Then go behind the scenes at a big city BBQ joint in Dallas and learn their unique take on Texas traditions.

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Online episodes available
May 27, 9:00am P. Allen Smith's Garden Home
The Local Life (27 min)

The concept of living local has become very popular in recent years, hearkening back to pre-industrial times. Let P. Allen Smith show you the power this movement has and where it may lead us.

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May 27, 9:30am 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
May 27, 10:00am Jacques Pepin: More Fast Food My Way
Jacques Pepin: More Fast Food My Way
The Egg First! (26 min)

Jacques loves eggs, all ways! Cooking them is an important technique and who better to demonstrate the perfect hard cooked egg than a master of technique! Jacques begins this menu with hard cooked eggs used as a garnish in Asparagus Fans with Mustard Sauce. Simply seared in moments, Scallops Grenobloise, is the ultimate fast dish -- and when served with Potato Gratin with Cream, it makes a rich main course. Jam Tartines with Fruit Sherbert concludes the menu.

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May 27, 10:30am Lidia's Kitchen
Olive Oil (26 min)

Olive oil reigns in Lidia's kitchen, and in this episode she teaches how to use it from appetizer to soup to dessert. She begins with a delicious tomato and bread salad - a delicious tossed salad of country bread and juicy ripe tomatoes known as panzanella; a nourishing rice and lentil soup and a cannoli napoleon, a new twist on the old cannoli: ricotta cream with crunchy almonds and chocolate layered between fried pastry.

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May 27, 11:00am Cook's Country
Cook's Country
Big Flavors from Little Italy (26 min)

Test cook Bridget Lancaster uncovers the secrets to making zeppoles at home. Then, equipment expert Adam Ried reveals his top picks for splatter screens. Next, test cook Ashley Moore shares the steps for the best slow-cooker chicken stock. Then, tasting expert Jack Bishop challenges host Christopher Kimball to a tasting of shredded parmesan. And finally, test cook Julia Collin Davison shows host Christopher Kimball how to make the ultimate pasta with mushroom sauce.

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May 27, 11:30am Pati's Mexican Table
Cancun: We Meet Again (26 min)

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

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May 27, 12:00pm Nick Stellino: Storyteller in the Kitchen
(26 min)
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May 27, 12:30pm This Old House
Detroit | Stain Glass Revival (26 min)

The restored leaded glass bay windows are installed and modern wood-grain tile goes down in the kitchen. Kevin and Roger explore urban farming in Detroit. Roger installs a drywell and Tommy leads the kitchen cabinet installation.

NO
Online episodes available
May 27, 1:00pm Richard Bangs' Adventures with Purpose: Assam India: Quest for the One-Horned Rhinoceros
(56 min)

In his latest ADVENTURES WITH PURPOSE special, renowned adventurer Richard Bangs treks through the remote state of Assam in India - a region of rushing rivers, strapping monsoons, vast expanses of unspoiled land and a staggering array of wildlife, including the one-horned rhinoceros. What kept these rare rhinos from falling into extinction? What does their story reveal about the world and about saving precious wildlife? Richard sets off to discover what this elusive rhino represents to the people of Assam - and to the world.

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May 27, 2:00pm Lidia's Kitchen
Olive Oil (26 min)

Olive oil reigns in Lidia's kitchen, and in this episode she teaches how to use it from appetizer to soup to dessert. She begins with a delicious tomato and bread salad - a delicious tossed salad of country bread and juicy ripe tomatoes known as panzanella; a nourishing rice and lentil soup and a cannoli napoleon, a new twist on the old cannoli: ricotta cream with crunchy almonds and chocolate layered between fried pastry.

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May 27, 2:30pm Cook's Country
Cook's Country
Big Flavors from Little Italy (26 min)

Test cook Bridget Lancaster uncovers the secrets to making zeppoles at home. Then, equipment expert Adam Ried reveals his top picks for splatter screens. Next, test cook Ashley Moore shares the steps for the best slow-cooker chicken stock. Then, tasting expert Jack Bishop challenges host Christopher Kimball to a tasting of shredded parmesan. And finally, test cook Julia Collin Davison shows host Christopher Kimball how to make the ultimate pasta with mushroom sauce.

NO
May 27, 3:00pm Steven Raichlen's Project Smoke
Abc's of Smoke (26 min)

Smoking ranks among the world's most ancient and popular cooking methods. We begin season two with a refresher course on the basic smoking techniques and smokers, from rotisserie-smoking chicken to smoke-roasting bourbon-bacon pork loin. From low and slow-smoked "brisket on the bone" (beef plate ribs) to smoked pears with smoked whipped cream for dessert, you'll learn to smoke on a kettle grill, pellet smoker, electric smoker, and offset barrel smoker. Rotisserie-smoked chicken with drip pan root vegetables; Bourbon-brown sugar smoked pork loin; Brisket on the bone; Smoke-roasted pears.

NO
May 27, 3:30pm The Jazzy Vegetarian
Bbq Bash (26 min)

Host Laura Theodore prepares warm weather cuisine to celebrate a festive summer holiday. Colorful "Jazzy Shish Kebabs" with homemade barbeque sauce are served over "Quick Quinoa." On the side, tangy "Kale and Tomato Salad" adds a refreshing crunch, while "Chilled Choco-Peanut Butter Cups" make a refreshing and decadent dessert.

YES
May 27, 4:00pm Primal Grill with Steven Raichlen
Primal Grill with Steven Raichlen
Barbecue's Birthplace (26 min)

In 1516, a Spanish explorer encountered a band of Taino Indians roasting game and seafood on a wooden frame over a smoky fire. They called the cooking device a barbacoa-the origin of modern barbecue. This show takes us to the birthplace of barbecue-the Caribbean-where you'll learn to make Jamaican jerk chicken, buccaneer baby back ribs with pineapple barbecue sauce, and a Raichlen classic: shrimp grilled on sugarcane. Jamaican Jerk Chicken; Buccaneer Baby Back Ribs with Pineapple Barbecue Sauce; Shrimp Grilled on Sugarcane.

NO
May 27, 4:30pm Steven Raichlen's Project Smoke
Raichlen On Ribs (26 min)

Ribs epitomize barbecue, combining well-marbled, rich-tasting meat with the primal pleasure of eating with your bare hands. In this show we embark on a rib world tour, from St. Louis ribs with a surprise ingredient to Chinatown spareribs and the Project Smoke version of the boneless rib sandwich. You'll also learn how to build an onion bomb that explodes with flavor in your mouth. St. Louis ribs with vanilla-brown sugar glaze; Chinatown ribs; Onion bombs; Rob's real BBQ baby back rib sandwich.

NO
Sunday, May 28
May 27, 5:00pm BBQ With Franklin
Poultry & Sauce (26 min)

Aaron takes us to a Texas BBQ joint where they cook their chicken in a unique way and then teaches us how to make sauce from scratch. Meanwhile, John Markus takes us on a whirlwind tour of the regional sauces of America.

NO
Online episodes available
May 27, 5:30pm Steven Raichlen's Project Smoke
Bird Meets Smoke (26 min)

Some of the world's greatest poultry dishes owe their character to wood smoke. In this show you'll learn the fundamentals of smoking chicken, turkey, duck, and even quail eggs-from curing and brining to hay-smoking in a stovetop smoker. Chipotle chilies give cherry barbecue sauce a blast of smoke, too. Cherry-smoked duck with chipotle-cherry barbecue sauce; Citrus-smoked turkey breast; Bacon, ham and cheese chicken thighs; Hay smoked quail eggs.

NO
May 27, 6:00pm Sara's Weeknight Meals
Five Ingredient Cookout (26 min)

Five ingredients all cooked outside -- what's not to love about Sara's scallop, basil and prosciutto kebabs? Since we're barbecuing, we decided to go to the master, Hill Country Barbecue's Elizabeth Karmel for her definitive Texas barbeque brisket. Sara cools it off with watermelon lemonade. We'll also visit with YouTube stars, the Barbeque Pit Boys, an international cooking club for men who love meat and heat.

NO
May 27, 6:30pm BBQ With Franklin
Brisket (26 min)

Learn how the brisket became a popular centerpiece of Central Texas BBQ. Hear from legends of Texas BBQ and be guided through a step-by-step brisket cook experiment using three different methods.

NO
Online episodes available
May 27, 7:00pm 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
May 27, 7:30pm BBQ With Franklin
Fire & Smoke (26 min)

When you're cooking with fire, you'd better have good wood. Aaron covers the major types of wood used in Texas BBQ, gives some tips on building a fire, and shows a twist on using smoke for more than cooking meat.

NO
Online episodes available
May 27, 8:00pm George Hirsch Lifestyle
George Hirsch Lifestyle
Layering with Seasoning (26 min)

George plans the perfect outdoor cookout, complete with flavor-packed tasting plates, grilled steak and spice-rubbed salmon, and a decadent chocolate mousse. George visits Captain Pete who shares tips on making the perfect smoked salmon. Recipes: - Sliced Steak, Garlic Butter Sauce - Grilled Asparagus - Spice Rubbed Planked Salmon - Roasted Fingerling Potatoes - Chocolate Mousse.

NO
May 27, 8:30pm BBQ With Franklin
Direct Heat & Mesquite (26 min)

Aaron gets a lesson in cooking "cowboy style", in a way that combines traditional BBQ skills with the grill. Then go behind the scenes at a big city BBQ joint in Dallas and learn their unique take on Texas traditions.

NO
Online episodes available
May 27, 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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May 27, 9:30pm 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
May 27, 10:00pm Taste of Louisiana with Chef John Folse & Company: Hooks, Lies & Alibis
Fishing Tournaments - Grand Isle, LA (26 min)

In this episode, John joins the fun at the Grand Isle Tarpon Rodeo. Saltwater fishing tournaments are a summer tradition, and the Grand Isle Tarpon Rodeo is the oldest fishing championship in the country. John interviews Ricky Templet with the rodeo and then the pair prepare a pan-roasted grouper with Caribbean sofrito. Afterwards, Captain Theo Bourgeois drops by to visit John on his deck at White Oak Landing and grill up a delicious deep water favorite, amberjack. After grilling, John and Captain Theo demonstrate the proper technique for smoking king mackerel. And finally, the pair end the day with a little bit of "The Hair of the Dog".

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May 27, 10:30pm Smart Travels - Europe with Rudy Maxa
Bologna & Emilia Romagna (26 min)

Known the world over for its wheels of golden cheese, its sweet prosciutto and divine vinegar, this slice of Northern Italy is a feast. From our base in Bologna we eat our way across the region, taking in the glorious art and culture along the way: cheese and mosaics in Parma, Balsamic vinegar and racecars in Modena, ham, pasta and university life in Bologna. An excursion to the mountainous Apennines, a trip to Ravenna's brilliant 6th century mosaics and a beach resort at Rimini round out the adventure. Tips on sampling the region's delicacies and agri-tourism hotels.

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May 27, 11:00pm Lidia's Kitchen
Olive Oil (26 min)

Olive oil reigns in Lidia's kitchen, and in this episode she teaches how to use it from appetizer to soup to dessert. She begins with a delicious tomato and bread salad - a delicious tossed salad of country bread and juicy ripe tomatoes known as panzanella; a nourishing rice and lentil soup and a cannoli napoleon, a new twist on the old cannoli: ricotta cream with crunchy almonds and chocolate layered between fried pastry.

NO
May 27, 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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May 28 12:00am Pati's Mexican Table
Cancun: We Meet Again (26 min)

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

NO
May 28, 12:30am Nick Stellino: Storyteller in the Kitchen
(26 min)
NO
May 28, 1:00am This Old House
Detroit | Stain Glass Revival (26 min)

The restored leaded glass bay windows are installed and modern wood-grain tile goes down in the kitchen. Kevin and Roger explore urban farming in Detroit. Roger installs a drywell and Tommy leads the kitchen cabinet installation.

NO
Online episodes available
May 28, 1:30am Richard Bangs' Adventures with Purpose: Assam India: Quest for the One-Horned Rhinoceros
(56 min)

In his latest ADVENTURES WITH PURPOSE special, renowned adventurer Richard Bangs treks through the remote state of Assam in India - a region of rushing rivers, strapping monsoons, vast expanses of unspoiled land and a staggering array of wildlife, including the one-horned rhinoceros. What kept these rare rhinos from falling into extinction? What does their story reveal about the world and about saving precious wildlife? Richard sets off to discover what this elusive rhino represents to the people of Assam - and to the world.

NO
May 28, 2:30am Lidia's Kitchen
Olive Oil (26 min)

Olive oil reigns in Lidia's kitchen, and in this episode she teaches how to use it from appetizer to soup to dessert. She begins with a delicious tomato and bread salad - a delicious tossed salad of country bread and juicy ripe tomatoes known as panzanella; a nourishing rice and lentil soup and a cannoli napoleon, a new twist on the old cannoli: ricotta cream with crunchy almonds and chocolate layered between fried pastry.

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May 28, 3:00am Knit and Crochet NOW!
Mosaic Stitch Scarves (26 min)

Everybody loves scarves and this week Host Deborah Norville joins Lena Skvagerson who will show you how to knit the Slip That Stich Scarf and magically make two colors appear in the same row without carrying the yarn. Ellen will show us her interpretation of a crochet mosaic scarf with the Nascha Crochet Scarf and then back to Lena in the stitch corner with her very own Knit Crocodile Stitch.

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May 28, 3:30am Grand View
 Grand View
Redwood National Park (26 min)

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

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May 28, 4:00am Hubert Keller: Secrets of a Chef
 Hubert Keller: Secrets of a Chef
Black-Tie Dining (28 min)

Chef Keller has the perfect menu for an upscale dinner party. He starts with seared scallops served on a luscious slice of pork belly surrounded by beluga lentils. The main course is roast Cornish game hen with a stuffing of Swiss chard and pine nuts. Seared Scallops on Pork Belly with Beluga Lentils, Roast Cornish Game Hen Stuffed with Swiss Chard in a Red Wine Thyme Sauce, & Macaroons with Rocky Road Beer Ice Cream.

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May 28, 4:30am Ciao Italia
Ciao Italia
Almonds!/Mandorle! (26 min)

Pastry baker and cookbook author, Jim Dodge, brings his talents -- and almonds -- nella cucina to create his famous Almond Lemon Torta with Strawberries. Then he helps Mary Ann create her Almond Paste Cheesecake topped with luscious apricots. Along the way, Jim shares many secret tips to successful baking, including how to cut a perfect slice every time.

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May 28, 5:00am New Scandinavian Cooking
Arctic Food (26 min)

In today's episode, Andreas visits Spitsbergen, the Norwegian settlement at 78 degrees north. In spite of the perpetual cold and barren surroundings, the area is home to some of the world's richest fisheries. Andreas also forages for arctic mushrooms and meets what is probably the world's northernmost farmer. Onboard a research vessel Andreas makes a lightly cured cod with beetroot and anise, he cooks freshly caught cod and serves it with charred leek, and back on the island he makes crispy seared cod served with snow crab and Arctic mushrooms.

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May 28, 5:30am 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.

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May 28, 6:00am Pedal America
From Liquor Bottle to Water Bottle - Chicago, Illinois (26 min)

Ira David pedals along The Windy City's magnificent lakefront and downtown neighborhoods to show why Chicago is consistently ranked among the top five bicycling towns in North America. Stops include Museum Campus, Soldier Field, and the Lookingglass Theatre Company. Also, meet one Chicago resident, a former chain smoker and alcoholic, who traded in his liquor bottles for water bottles when he discovered the benefits of bicycling.

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May 28, 6:30am Journeys In Japan
Tanegashima: Guns, Rockets and Surf (28 min)

Tanegashima is an island that has embraced new cultures and people since olden times. Starting with Japan's first firearms-brought in by the Portuguese-the island has accepted all kinds of things from sweet potatoes from Sumatra and a major space center to surfing culture. British model, actor and social entrepreneur Dean Newcombe meets the energetic people and discovers the diversity of Tanegashima.

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May 28, 7:00am Ask This Old House
Rain Garden, Cabinet Hardware (26 min)

Protecting the environment: Watch Jenn plant a rain garden to keep runoff and waste out of marshlands. See Scott brighten up a dim bedroom with new overhead lighting. Tom gives tips on installing cabinet hardware accurately and consistently.

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Online episodes available
May 28, 7:30am American Woodshop
(26 min)

Natural Edge Slab Tables with Recycled Metal Legs/Butcher Block Tops.

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Online episodes available
May 28, 8:00am Garden SMART
Garden SMART
(25 min)

Native plants are exploding in popularity, and for good reason. They've adapted to an area, thus requiring less maintenance and care. And, they are vitally important to preserving the botanical heritage of an area. GardenSMART visits a garden that has utilized native plants and the results are outstanding. Be sure to tune in.

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May 28, 8:30am For Your Home
For Your Home
Finishing Touches (26 min)

It always take longer than you expect to complete any construction project but the wait is always worth it. Tour the finished bungalow with host Vicki Payne as she reveals the stunning details that transformed a 1920s bungalow into a functional home for a multi-generational family of five.

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May 28, 9:00am Steven Raichlen's Project Smoke
Abc's of Smoke (26 min)

Smoking ranks among the world's most ancient and popular cooking methods. We begin season two with a refresher course on the basic smoking techniques and smokers, from rotisserie-smoking chicken to smoke-roasting bourbon-bacon pork loin. From low and slow-smoked "brisket on the bone" (beef plate ribs) to smoked pears with smoked whipped cream for dessert, you'll learn to smoke on a kettle grill, pellet smoker, electric smoker, and offset barrel smoker. Rotisserie-smoked chicken with drip pan root vegetables; Bourbon-brown sugar smoked pork loin; Brisket on the bone; Smoke-roasted pears.

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May 28, 9:30am The Jazzy Vegetarian
Bbq Bash (26 min)

Host Laura Theodore prepares warm weather cuisine to celebrate a festive summer holiday. Colorful "Jazzy Shish Kebabs" with homemade barbeque sauce are served over "Quick Quinoa." On the side, tangy "Kale and Tomato Salad" adds a refreshing crunch, while "Chilled Choco-Peanut Butter Cups" make a refreshing and decadent dessert.

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May 28, 10:00am Primal Grill with Steven Raichlen
Primal Grill with Steven Raichlen
Barbecue's Birthplace (26 min)

In 1516, a Spanish explorer encountered a band of Taino Indians roasting game and seafood on a wooden frame over a smoky fire. They called the cooking device a barbacoa-the origin of modern barbecue. This show takes us to the birthplace of barbecue-the Caribbean-where you'll learn to make Jamaican jerk chicken, buccaneer baby back ribs with pineapple barbecue sauce, and a Raichlen classic: shrimp grilled on sugarcane. Jamaican Jerk Chicken; Buccaneer Baby Back Ribs with Pineapple Barbecue Sauce; Shrimp Grilled on Sugarcane.

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May 28, 10:30am Steven Raichlen's Project Smoke
Raichlen On Ribs (26 min)

Ribs epitomize barbecue, combining well-marbled, rich-tasting meat with the primal pleasure of eating with your bare hands. In this show we embark on a rib world tour, from St. Louis ribs with a surprise ingredient to Chinatown spareribs and the Project Smoke version of the boneless rib sandwich. You'll also learn how to build an onion bomb that explodes with flavor in your mouth. St. Louis ribs with vanilla-brown sugar glaze; Chinatown ribs; Onion bombs; Rob's real BBQ baby back rib sandwich.

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May 28, 11:00am Dr. David Perlmutter's Whole Life Plan
(1 hour 56 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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May 28, 1:00pm Rick Steves' Europe Travel Skills
(1 hour 56 min)

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

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May 28, 3:00pm On the Psychiatrist’s Couch With Daniel Amen, MD
On The Psychiatrist’s Couch with Daniel Amen, MD
(1 hour 57 min)

The Washington Post wrote that by almost any measure Dr. Daniel Amen is the most popular psychiatrist in America. He is a double board certified psychiatrist, who has written 10 New York Times bestselling books, including the mega-bestseller Change Your Brain, Change Your Life.

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Monday, May 29
May 28, 5:00pm Martha Bakes
French Meringue (26 min)

Make three show-stopping fantastic meringue-based desserts: individual pavlovas with a brightly colored orange curd filling, a stunning chocolate dacquoise cake layered with chocolate ganache and coffee buttercream, and a light-as-air tinted-pink angel food cake.

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Online episodes available
May 28, 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.

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May 28, 6:00pm Mexico -- One Plate at a Time with Rick Bayless
Ceviches Gone Wild (26 min)

The fertile waters of the Caribbean Sea provide exquisitely fresh fish, a bounty perhaps best translated on the plate through ceviche. Or sometimes you don't even need a plate, like when Rick and chef Juan Pablo Loza make a ceviche of freshly caught lobster on a boat in the Sian Ka'an nature reserve. At Catch, the Thompson Hotel's swanky rooftop restaurant in Playa del Carmen, chef Pedro Abascal teaches how to make a Peruvian-inspired mandarin, carrot, habanero and ginger ceviche with leche de tigre broth. Then, it's off to nearby Axiote with chef Xavier Perez Stone, who shows Rick how to make outrageously good coconut-shrimp ceviche. A delightful ferry ride brings Rick to picturesque Isla Mujeres, where young chef Diego Lopez builds an absolute stunner of a dish, a ceviche of pargo with an herby green "mojito" broth. At Rick's new Chicago restaurant, Lena Brava, he makes a deceptively simple aguachile in a cocktail shaker and teaches how to make a "Bloody Maria" coctel, complete with a spicy salt rim.

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May 28, 6:30pm Sara's Weeknight Meals
Honey Be Good (26 min)

It's a well-known fact that honeybees are a precious resource for pollinating the food we eat, but they are mysteriously dying off. Sara joins a beekeeper in Savannah, Georgia to discover the secrets of bees and beekeeping. Then they make a honey centered dish that's pure Georgia - rosemary honey and Georgia peach chutney burgers. Next, she travels to Napa, California to gather ingredients at a farm and cook with chef Joey Altman. His grilled duck breast with honey roasted carrots, farro-herb salad and cider jus is easier than it sounds, and delicious as well. Recipes: Rosemary honey and Georgia peach chutney burgers; Grilled duck breast, honey roasted carrots, farro-herb salad and cider jus.

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May 28, 7:00pm Ask This Old House
Rain Garden, Cabinet Hardware (26 min)

Protecting the environment: Watch Jenn plant a rain garden to keep runoff and waste out of marshlands. See Scott brighten up a dim bedroom with new overhead lighting. Tom gives tips on installing cabinet hardware accurately and consistently.

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Online episodes available
May 28, 7:30pm Rick Steves' Europe
Little Europe: San Marino, Monaco, Vatican City, Liechtenstein, and Andorra (26 min)

Don't blink as we blitz through Europe's tiniest countries: Vatican City, the world's smallest country, comes with the planet's biggest church. The fairytale princedom of Monaco lures visitors with its fancy casino and glamorous views. Italy's last independent hill town, San Marino still looks formidable, as does the castle-guarded principality of Liechtenstein. And tiny Andorra entertains shoppers and hikers alike, surrounded by the rugged beauty of the Pyrenees.

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Online episodes available
May 28, 7:30pm Rick Steves’ Europe
Little Europe: San Marino, Monaco, Vatican City, Liechtenstein, and Andorra (26 min)

Don't blink as we blitz through Europe's tiniest countries: Vatican City, the world's smallest country, comes with the planet's biggest church. The fairytale princedom of Monaco lures visitors with its fancy casino and glamorous views. Italy's last independent hill town, San Marino still looks formidable, as does the castle-guarded principality of Liechtenstein. And tiny Andorra entertains shoppers and hikers alike, surrounded by the rugged beauty of the Pyrenees.

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Online episodes available
May 28, 8:00pm Travel with Kids
Fiji Castaway Island (28 min)

Get ready to go Tom Hanks style in this island paradise. Explore the actual Castaway island where the movie was filmed and is still uninhabited. Learn to cook island style from local chefs learning the tricks that ancient Fijians used to cook. Visit a nearby island where you have to be welcomed by the Chief to sit and drink Kava before walking the village. Learn about Fijian history and culture in the Chiefs Bure, or hut. Experience the happy smiles of Bula and learn about the proud happy locals of these islands. Visit a nearby school to see how local kids learn and have fun.

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May 28, 8:30pm Martha Bakes
French Meringue (26 min)

Make three show-stopping fantastic meringue-based desserts: individual pavlovas with a brightly colored orange curd filling, a stunning chocolate dacquoise cake layered with chocolate ganache and coffee buttercream, and a light-as-air tinted-pink angel food cake.

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Online episodes available
May 28, 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.

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May 28, 9:30pm 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.

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Online episodes available
May 28, 10:00pm Hubert Keller: Secrets of a Chef
 Hubert Keller: Secrets of a Chef
Black-Tie Dining (28 min)

Chef Keller has the perfect menu for an upscale dinner party. He starts with seared scallops served on a luscious slice of pork belly surrounded by beluga lentils. The main course is roast Cornish game hen with a stuffing of Swiss chard and pine nuts. Seared Scallops on Pork Belly with Beluga Lentils, Roast Cornish Game Hen Stuffed with Swiss Chard in a Red Wine Thyme Sauce, & Macaroons with Rocky Road Beer Ice Cream.

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May 28, 10:30pm Burt Wolf: Travels & Traditions
Women @ Work (26 min)

Burt's mother was one of the first women executives at Macy's Department store. During the past few years, as Burt traveled around the world he began to see how things had changed for women in business and how some things had not changed. In this program he visits with leading authorities on the history of women at work. It took him to New York City, Fairfield, Connecticut, Washington, DC and Zurich, Switzerland.

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May 28, 11:00pm Martha Bakes
French Meringue (26 min)

Make three show-stopping fantastic meringue-based desserts: individual pavlovas with a brightly colored orange curd filling, a stunning chocolate dacquoise cake layered with chocolate ganache and coffee buttercream, and a light-as-air tinted-pink angel food cake.

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Online episodes available
May 28, 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.

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May 29 12:00am Mexico -- One Plate at a Time with Rick Bayless
Ceviches Gone Wild (26 min)

The fertile waters of the Caribbean Sea provide exquisitely fresh fish, a bounty perhaps best translated on the plate through ceviche. Or sometimes you don't even need a plate, like when Rick and chef Juan Pablo Loza make a ceviche of freshly caught lobster on a boat in the Sian Ka'an nature reserve. At Catch, the Thompson Hotel's swanky rooftop restaurant in Playa del Carmen, chef Pedro Abascal teaches how to make a Peruvian-inspired mandarin, carrot, habanero and ginger ceviche with leche de tigre broth. Then, it's off to nearby Axiote with chef Xavier Perez Stone, who shows Rick how to make outrageously good coconut-shrimp ceviche. A delightful ferry ride brings Rick to picturesque Isla Mujeres, where young chef Diego Lopez builds an absolute stunner of a dish, a ceviche of pargo with an herby green "mojito" broth. At Rick's new Chicago restaurant, Lena Brava, he makes a deceptively simple aguachile in a cocktail shaker and teaches how to make a "Bloody Maria" coctel, complete with a spicy salt rim.

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May 29, 12:30am Sara's Weeknight Meals
Honey Be Good (26 min)

It's a well-known fact that honeybees are a precious resource for pollinating the food we eat, but they are mysteriously dying off. Sara joins a beekeeper in Savannah, Georgia to discover the secrets of bees and beekeeping. Then they make a honey centered dish that's pure Georgia - rosemary honey and Georgia peach chutney burgers. Next, she travels to Napa, California to gather ingredients at a farm and cook with chef Joey Altman. His grilled duck breast with honey roasted carrots, farro-herb salad and cider jus is easier than it sounds, and delicious as well. Recipes: Rosemary honey and Georgia peach chutney burgers; Grilled duck breast, honey roasted carrots, farro-herb salad and cider jus.

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May 29, 1:00am Ask This Old House
Rain Garden, Cabinet Hardware (26 min)

Protecting the environment: Watch Jenn plant a rain garden to keep runoff and waste out of marshlands. See Scott brighten up a dim bedroom with new overhead lighting. Tom gives tips on installing cabinet hardware accurately and consistently.

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Online episodes available
May 29, 1:30am Rick Steves' Europe
Little Europe: San Marino, Monaco, Vatican City, Liechtenstein, and Andorra (26 min)

Don't blink as we blitz through Europe's tiniest countries: Vatican City, the world's smallest country, comes with the planet's biggest church. The fairytale princedom of Monaco lures visitors with its fancy casino and glamorous views. Italy's last independent hill town, San Marino still looks formidable, as does the castle-guarded principality of Liechtenstein. And tiny Andorra entertains shoppers and hikers alike, surrounded by the rugged beauty of the Pyrenees.

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Online episodes available
May 29, 1:30am Rick Steves’ Europe
Little Europe: San Marino, Monaco, Vatican City, Liechtenstein, and Andorra (26 min)

Don't blink as we blitz through Europe's tiniest countries: Vatican City, the world's smallest country, comes with the planet's biggest church. The fairytale princedom of Monaco lures visitors with its fancy casino and glamorous views. Italy's last independent hill town, San Marino still looks formidable, as does the castle-guarded principality of Liechtenstein. And tiny Andorra entertains shoppers and hikers alike, surrounded by the rugged beauty of the Pyrenees.

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Online episodes available
May 29, 2:00am Travel with Kids
Fiji Castaway Island (28 min)

Get ready to go Tom Hanks style in this island paradise. Explore the actual Castaway island where the movie was filmed and is still uninhabited. Learn to cook island style from local chefs learning the tricks that ancient Fijians used to cook. Visit a nearby island where you have to be welcomed by the Chief to sit and drink Kava before walking the village. Learn about Fijian history and culture in the Chiefs Bure, or hut. Experience the happy smiles of Bula and learn about the proud happy locals of these islands. Visit a nearby school to see how local kids learn and have fun.

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May 29, 2:30am Martha Bakes
French Meringue (26 min)

Make three show-stopping fantastic meringue-based desserts: individual pavlovas with a brightly colored orange curd filling, a stunning chocolate dacquoise cake layered with chocolate ganache and coffee buttercream, and a light-as-air tinted-pink angel food cake.

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Online episodes available
May 29, 3:00am Quilting Arts
Quilting Arts
Fabric and Fabrications (28 min)

Gain insight and practical tips to improve your art quilts through the use of color, pattern, shape, proportion and balance. Lesley Riley infuses her personality into fragment fabric collages. Improvisational quilter Pat Pauly shares ways to design compositions for fiber art, including small-scale sketches, drawings, collage, and montage.

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May 29, 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.

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May 29, 4:00am BBQ With Franklin
Leftovers (26 min)

Aaron sends out a little leftover brisket to some chefs around Austin to see how they are inspired by brisket. We end with a taste test that turns into a party.

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Online episodes available
May 29, 4:30am Ellie's Real Good Food
Teeny Kitchen (26 min)

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

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May 29, 5:00am P. Allen Smith's Garden to Table
Big City, Farm Living (26 min)

It's harvest season at the farm again, which means it's time for P. Allen Smith to gather his friends to enjoy the bounty of the garden. In this episode of Garden to Table, Chef Peter Hoffman of Manhattan brings his farm-fresh, in-season approach to Allen's kitchen. Allen also has some simple tips on how to put together an amazing indoor tablescape for a large group of guests.

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May 29, 5:30am Annabel Langbein: The Free Range Cook
Annabel Langbein: The Free Range Cook
Fish on the Menu (26 min)

Always up for an adventure, Annabel Langbein wades in boots and all to net for flounder on a Nelson beach at the northern tip of New Zealand's South Island. Her haul is the starting point for a Mediterranean-themed meal featuring a generous platter of tapas, the simplest baked fish and a delicious vanilla citrus terrine. Recipes from this episode: the ultimate chocolate brownie, sunshine carrot dip, roasted bell pepper boats, tapenade, mediterranean baked fish, parsley mashed potatoes, crisp romaine salad, vanilla citrus terrine, honeyed oranges.

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May 29, 6:00am Painting The Town with Eric Dowdle
North Shore Hawaii (26 min)

North Shore Hawaii - At the most isolated spot in the vast Pacific Ocean is a chain of islands with a long history of existing with the most elemental forces of nature. The Hawaiian island chain is an emerald necklace strung in a sapphire blue ocean. Hang ten with Eric as he explores the North Shore, the less commercialized area of Oahu and home to the planet's best surfing.

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May 29, 6:30am Joseph Rosendo's Travelscope
Portugal - from Porto to Salamanca (26 min)

From port to paella, Joseph's Portugal adventures reach into the country and cross over the border on an Iberian Peninsula exploration that reveals some of the unknown aspects of Portuguese life and its complementary relationship with its Spanish neighbor. It's a journey of discovery in a European destination that though seemingly familiar to all still has secrets to reveal.

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May 29, 7:00am This Old House
Detroit | Going Old School for Tile and Molding (26 min)

Frank, Tamiko, their kids and Kevin start interior painting. Tommy repairs decorative molding using a putty knife. Tommy and Frank install interior doors and the tile installer gives the fireplace a much needed facelift.

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Online episodes available
May 29, 7:30am Rough Cut - Woodworking with Tommy Mac
Master Showcase with Paul Schurch (28 min)

This week on Rough Cut Woodworking with Tommy Mac, we travel out to sunny Santa Barbara, California to catch up with master marquetry man Paul Schurch of Schurch Woodwork. Together Tommy and Paul create a maple and mahogany table with some amazing marquetry inlaid on top. Their inspiration for the marquetry comes from the local California blue belly lizard, which Paul and Tommy catch during an expedition in Santa Barbara. It's all part of our Master Showcase series.

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May 29, 8:00am P. Allen Smith's Garden Home
No Passport Necessary (27 min)

You don't have to leave home to relax and take a break from life. P. Allen Smith will show you how to incorporate the vacation style and mindset into your everyday.

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May 29, 8:30am Beads, Baubles and Jewels
Beads, Baubles and Jewels
Bead Weaving (28 min)

Sleepless Beader Leslie Rogalski shows her contemporary take on the traditional method of bead weaving on a loom. Using a variety of threads, cords and large beads, Leslie creates unconventional, trendy jewelry using traditional stitching. Katie shares tips for storing and organizing beading supplies.

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May 29, 9:00am Quilting Arts
Quilting Arts
Fabric and Fabrications (28 min)

Gain insight and practical tips to improve your art quilts through the use of color, pattern, shape, proportion and balance. Lesley Riley infuses her personality into fragment fabric collages. Improvisational quilter Pat Pauly shares ways to design compositions for fiber art, including small-scale sketches, drawings, collage, and montage.

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May 29, 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.

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May 29, 10:00am BBQ With Franklin
Leftovers (26 min)

Aaron sends out a little leftover brisket to some chefs around Austin to see how they are inspired by brisket. We end with a taste test that turns into a party.

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Online episodes available
May 29, 10:30am Ellie's Real Good Food
Teeny Kitchen (26 min)

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

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May 29, 11:00am Age Reversed with Miranda Esmonde-White
(58 min)
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May 29, 12:00pm Best of Trains Around North America
(1 hour 58 min)

For more than a quarter of a century, Great Scenic Railway Journeys and its creator, Robert Van Camp, have captured the world of Tourist Railway Adventures. In this anniversary special, Robert has selected his top 10 favorite rail journeys in North America. More than just a tour, these stories capture railroads as they defined the spirit of North America, creating a new industry and re-writing the history of North America's transportation. Hosted by Grammy-winning musician and storyteller David Holt, this program looks at our favorite profiles, telling the unforgettable stories of historic and scenic tourist railroads from across the country. A number of these profiles have been updated since their original broadcast.

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May 29, 2:00pm 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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May 29, 3:30pm BrainFit: 50 Ways to Grow Your Brain with Daniel Amen, MD and Tana Amen, RN
(1 hour 28 min)

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

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Tuesday, May 30
May 29, 5:00pm Lidia's Kitchen
Italian Cakes (26 min)

The oven is on today in Lidia's Kitchen, and she is sharing some of her best cakes. There is a gianduia cake - a Piedmontese tradition and a dream for hazelnut and chocolate lovers; a delicious and moist chocolate and zucchini Cake; and finally a nutty walnut and espresso Cake.

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May 29, 5:30pm Cook's Country
Cook's Country
A Hearty Fall Dinner (26 min)

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

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May 29, 6:00pm Pati's Mexican Table
Jose Andres Takes Over (26 min)

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

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May 29, 6:30pm Sara's Weeknight Meals
Super Bowls of Soup (Super Bowl Stunt) (26 min)

The big game and a cold night are both perfect times to enjoy a heart bowl of soup, like Sara's take on traditional New England chowder, her smoky fish chowder, made even more delicious with bacon. On Ask Sara, she shows ways to pack for a tailgate, including safely transporting hot soups. Then she joins Brazilian chef Leticia Moreinos Schwartz on a shopping trip to a Brazilian market before they make Leticia's chicken, shrimp, peanut and cashew stew. Soups on! Recipes: Smoky fish chowder; Chicken shrimp, peanut and cashew stew.

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May 29, 7:00pm This Old House
Detroit | Going Old School for Tile and Molding (26 min)

Frank, Tamiko, their kids and Kevin start interior painting. Tommy repairs decorative molding using a putty knife. Tommy and Frank install interior doors and the tile installer gives the fireplace a much needed facelift.

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Online episodes available
May 29, 7:30pm Richard Bangs' Adventures with Purpose: Costa Rica: Quest For Pura Vida
(56 min)

In the ninth installment of his Emmy-winning ADVENTURES WITH PURPOSE series, renowned adventurer Richard Bangs explores the ecological nexus of North and South America - Costa Rica. Costa Rica is home to endless natural wonders: wild rivers, fire-spewing volcanoes, verdant rainforests and more species of animals and plants than found in the United States and Canada combined. Bangs attempts to uncover the secret to Costa Rica's success in preserving their small country's extraordinary biodiversity. He begins his journey on the Pacific side, where the Osa Peninsula encircles Corcovado National Park. Then, he explores the beaches at Punta Islita, Palo Verde National Park and the Monteverde Cloud Forest, before heading to Tortuguero National Park, a tropical rain forest on the Caribbean coast.

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May 29, 8:30pm Lidia's Kitchen
Italian Cakes (26 min)

The oven is on today in Lidia's Kitchen, and she is sharing some of her best cakes. There is a gianduia cake - a Piedmontese tradition and a dream for hazelnut and chocolate lovers; a delicious and moist chocolate and zucchini Cake; and finally a nutty walnut and espresso Cake.

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May 29, 9:00pm Cook's Country
Cook's Country
A Hearty Fall Dinner (26 min)

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

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May 29, 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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May 29, 10:00pm BBQ With Franklin
Leftovers (26 min)

Aaron sends out a little leftover brisket to some chefs around Austin to see how they are inspired by brisket. We end with a taste test that turns into a party.

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Online episodes available
May 29, 10:30pm DayTripper
Granbury, TX (26 min)

Chet finds heaps of history, including the alleged grave of Jesse James and the story of John Wilkes Booth hiding out here after his assassination of the president. He visits a Trappist-style cheesemaker, a sandy beach in the middle of town, and eats fish tacos beside a lake-front marina.

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May 29, 11:00pm Lidia's Kitchen
Italian Cakes (26 min)

The oven is on today in Lidia's Kitchen, and she is sharing some of her best cakes. There is a gianduia cake - a Piedmontese tradition and a dream for hazelnut and chocolate lovers; a delicious and moist chocolate and zucchini Cake; and finally a nutty walnut and espresso Cake.

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May 29, 11:30pm Cook's Country
Cook's Country
A Hearty Fall Dinner (26 min)

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

NO
May 30 12:00am Pati's Mexican Table
Jose Andres Takes Over (26 min)

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

NO
May 30, 12:30am Sara's Weeknight Meals
Super Bowls of Soup (Super Bowl Stunt) (26 min)

The big game and a cold night are both perfect times to enjoy a heart bowl of soup, like Sara's take on traditional New England chowder, her smoky fish chowder, made even more delicious with bacon. On Ask Sara, she shows ways to pack for a tailgate, including safely transporting hot soups. Then she joins Brazilian chef Leticia Moreinos Schwartz on a shopping trip to a Brazilian market before they make Leticia's chicken, shrimp, peanut and cashew stew. Soups on! Recipes: Smoky fish chowder; Chicken shrimp, peanut and cashew stew.

NO
May 30, 1:00am This Old House
Detroit | Going Old School for Tile and Molding (26 min)

Frank, Tamiko, their kids and Kevin start interior painting. Tommy repairs decorative molding using a putty knife. Tommy and Frank install interior doors and the tile installer gives the fireplace a much needed facelift.

NO
Online episodes available
May 30, 1:30am Richard Bangs' Adventures with Purpose: Costa Rica: Quest For Pura Vida
(56 min)

In the ninth installment of his Emmy-winning ADVENTURES WITH PURPOSE series, renowned adventurer Richard Bangs explores the ecological nexus of North and South America - Costa Rica. Costa Rica is home to endless natural wonders: wild rivers, fire-spewing volcanoes, verdant rainforests and more species of animals and plants than found in the United States and Canada combined. Bangs attempts to uncover the secret to Costa Rica's success in preserving their small country's extraordinary biodiversity. He begins his journey on the Pacific side, where the Osa Peninsula encircles Corcovado National Park. Then, he explores the beaches at Punta Islita, Palo Verde National Park and the Monteverde Cloud Forest, before heading to Tortuguero National Park, a tropical rain forest on the Caribbean coast.

NO
May 30, 2:30am Lidia's Kitchen
Italian Cakes (26 min)

The oven is on today in Lidia's Kitchen, and she is sharing some of her best cakes. There is a gianduia cake - a Piedmontese tradition and a dream for hazelnut and chocolate lovers; a delicious and moist chocolate and zucchini Cake; and finally a nutty walnut and espresso Cake.

NO
May 30, 3:00am Sewing with Nancy
Solving The Pattern Fitting Puzzle, Part 2 (26 min)

Gain sewing confidence when you learn Nancy's easy pattern fitting techniques. Traditional techniques are set aside and a no-nonsense approach called Pivot and Slide is taught. Once you know the basics as seen in episode one, Nancy shows how to apply these steps to patterns that have multiple pattern pieces.

NO
Online episodes available
May 30, 3:30am The Best of The Joy of Painting
Windy Waves (28 min)

Bob Ross creates palm trees yielding to the stiff sea breezes as a sky of ominous clouds looms in the background.

NO
May 30, 4:00am Taste of Louisiana with Chef John Folse & Company: Hooks, Lies & Alibis
Fishing Tournaments - Grand Isle, LA (26 min)

In this episode, John joins the fun at the Grand Isle Tarpon Rodeo. Saltwater fishing tournaments are a summer tradition, and the Grand Isle Tarpon Rodeo is the oldest fishing championship in the country. John interviews Ricky Templet with the rodeo and then the pair prepare a pan-roasted grouper with Caribbean sofrito. Afterwards, Captain Theo Bourgeois drops by to visit John on his deck at White Oak Landing and grill up a delicious deep water favorite, amberjack. After grilling, John and Captain Theo demonstrate the proper technique for smoking king mackerel. And finally, the pair end the day with a little bit of "The Hair of the Dog".

NO
May 30, 4:30am Joanne Weir Gets Fresh
Spice It Up (26 min)

In this episode, Joanne shows us that we don't need to go to Morocco to get a nice variety of spices. She'll take us on a trip to a spice shop and then teach her student how to make four different spice blends using different ingredients. She'll also show us how to make Garam Masala and Adobo Rubbed Chicken Skewers. You won't want to miss this spicy show! Recipes: 4 Spice Blends: Ras El Hanout, Quatre Epices, Za'atar, Adobo; 2 Spice Skewers: Garam Masala and Adobo rubbed Chicken Skewers with Garlic Yogurt Sauce, Roasted Carrots with Quatre Epices. Student: Lauren Eastman.

NO
May 30, 5:00am Dining with the Chef
(28 min)

NHK WORLD presents documentaries focusing on Japan and Asia.

NO
May 30, 5:30am Kitchen Wisdom of Cecilia Chiang
The Long Walk (27 min)

In 1937, the Japanese invaded China and by 1939 they arrived in Beijing, seizing most of the large family compound and with it, Cecilia's idyllic and privileged youth. By 1941 there wasn't enough food for the family so Cecilia and her number five sister (she had nine in total), fled on foot through Japanese occupied territory. They walked more than 1,000 miles and it took almost six months to reach the safety of "Free China." In this episode, Cecilia joins Laurence Jossel, chef and owner of Nopa. Like Cecilia, South African-born Jossel came a long way to open a restaurant in San Francisco. Cecilia shows Laurence how to make "beggar's chicken," a whole, stuffed chicken wrapped in lotus leaves and then clay, and baked for at least two hours. It comes out of the oven with a hard shell that must be smashed with a mallet to open.

YES
May 30, 6:00am Bare Feet with Mickela Mallozzi
It Takes Two to Tango (Buenos Aires, Argentina) (26 min)

Mickela gets up close and personal with the locals as she heads to Buenos Aires, Argentina, to learn the seductive dance of tango. From attending the world's largest tango festival to dancing on the city's main stage, Mickela sees it all.

YES
Online episodes available
May 30, 6:30am In The Americas with David Yetman
In The Americas with David Yetman
Yakima: The Quest for Hops (26 min)

The explosion of craft beer brewing across the United States has created a widespread interest in the process of beer making. A beer festival in Tucson, Arizona, leads to some local brewers and sends David on a quest to the origin of what makes beer different - hops. Nearly all of the hops in the U.S. are cultivated around Yakima, Washington where the team follows the annual harvest and sample as many products of hop production as possible.

NO
May 30, 7:00am Woodwright's Shop
Campaign Furniture (26 min)

Christopher Schwarz shows the ins and outs of Campaign furniture made for travel to the far-flung reaches of the Empire.

YES
May 30, 7:30am Woodsmith Shop
Woodsmith Shop
Details of Craftsmanship (26 min)

Watch the Woodsmith editors dress up a panel by adding breadboards ends and decorative plugs.

NO
May 30, 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.

NO
Online episodes available
May 30, 8:30am Craftsman's Legacy
Craftsman's Legacy
The Blacksmith (25 min)

Host Eric Gorges visits with Lorelei Sims, a talented blacksmith working in a mostly male-dominated trade. Their conversation reveals the blacksmith's way of life - communal, family-oriented and often, an extension of home life. Eric also learns how to make a dagger.

NO
May 30, 9:00am Sewing with Nancy
Solving The Pattern Fitting Puzzle, Part 2 (26 min)

Gain sewing confidence when you learn Nancy's easy pattern fitting techniques. Traditional techniques are set aside and a no-nonsense approach called Pivot and Slide is taught. Once you know the basics as seen in episode one, Nancy shows how to apply these steps to patterns that have multiple pattern pieces.

NO
Online episodes available
May 30, 9:30am The Best of The Joy of Painting
Windy Waves (28 min)

Bob Ross creates palm trees yielding to the stiff sea breezes as a sky of ominous clouds looms in the background.

NO
May 30, 10:00am Taste of Louisiana with Chef John Folse & Company: Hooks, Lies & Alibis
Fishing Tournaments - Grand Isle, LA (26 min)

In this episode, John joins the fun at the Grand Isle Tarpon Rodeo. Saltwater fishing tournaments are a summer tradition, and the Grand Isle Tarpon Rodeo is the oldest fishing championship in the country. John interviews Ricky Templet with the rodeo and then the pair prepare a pan-roasted grouper with Caribbean sofrito. Afterwards, Captain Theo Bourgeois drops by to visit John on his deck at White Oak Landing and grill up a delicious deep water favorite, amberjack. After grilling, John and Captain Theo demonstrate the proper technique for smoking king mackerel. And finally, the pair end the day with a little bit of "The Hair of the Dog".

NO
May 30, 10:30am Joanne Weir Gets Fresh
Spice It Up (26 min)

In this episode, Joanne shows us that we don't need to go to Morocco to get a nice variety of spices. She'll take us on a trip to a spice shop and then teach her student how to make four different spice blends using different ingredients. She'll also show us how to make Garam Masala and Adobo Rubbed Chicken Skewers. You won't want to miss this spicy show! Recipes: 4 Spice Blends: Ras El Hanout, Quatre Epices, Za'atar, Adobo; 2 Spice Skewers: Garam Masala and Adobo rubbed Chicken Skewers with Garlic Yogurt Sauce, Roasted Carrots with Quatre Epices. Student: Lauren Eastman.

NO
May 30, 11:00am Dining with the Chef
(28 min)

NHK WORLD presents documentaries focusing on Japan and Asia.

NO
May 30, 11:30am Kitchen Wisdom of Cecilia Chiang
The Long Walk (27 min)

In 1937, the Japanese invaded China and by 1939 they arrived in Beijing, seizing most of the large family compound and with it, Cecilia's idyllic and privileged youth. By 1941 there wasn't enough food for the family so Cecilia and her number five sister (she had nine in total), fled on foot through Japanese occupied territory. They walked more than 1,000 miles and it took almost six months to reach the safety of "Free China." In this episode, Cecilia joins Laurence Jossel, chef and owner of Nopa. Like Cecilia, South African-born Jossel came a long way to open a restaurant in San Francisco. Cecilia shows Laurence how to make "beggar's chicken," a whole, stuffed chicken wrapped in lotus leaves and then clay, and baked for at least two hours. It comes out of the oven with a hard shell that must be smashed with a mallet to open.

YES
May 30, 12:00pm Bare Feet with Mickela Mallozzi
It Takes Two to Tango (Buenos Aires, Argentina) (26 min)

Mickela gets up close and personal with the locals as she heads to Buenos Aires, Argentina, to learn the seductive dance of tango. From attending the world's largest tango festival to dancing on the city's main stage, Mickela sees it all.

YES
Online episodes available
May 30, 12:30pm In The Americas with David Yetman
In The Americas with David Yetman
Yakima: The Quest for Hops (26 min)

The explosion of craft beer brewing across the United States has created a widespread interest in the process of beer making. A beer festival in Tucson, Arizona, leads to some local brewers and sends David on a quest to the origin of what makes beer different - hops. Nearly all of the hops in the U.S. are cultivated around Yakima, Washington where the team follows the annual harvest and sample as many products of hop production as possible.

NO
May 30, 1:00pm Rick Steves' Europe
Copenhagen (26 min)

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

NO
Online episodes available
May 30, 1:00pm Rick Steves’ Europe
Copenhagen (26 min)

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

NO
Online episodes available
May 30, 1:30pm Woodsmith Shop
Woodsmith Shop
Details of Craftsmanship (26 min)

Watch the Woodsmith editors dress up a panel by adding breadboards ends and decorative plugs.

NO
May 30, 2:00pm 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.

NO
Online episodes available
May 30, 2:30pm Craftsman's Legacy
Craftsman's Legacy
The Blacksmith (25 min)

Host Eric Gorges visits with Lorelei Sims, a talented blacksmith working in a mostly male-dominated trade. Their conversation reveals the blacksmith's way of life - communal, family-oriented and often, an extension of home life. Eric also learns how to make a dagger.

NO
May 30, 3:00pm Woodwright's Shop
Campaign Furniture (26 min)

Christopher Schwarz shows the ins and outs of Campaign furniture made for travel to the far-flung reaches of the Empire.

YES
May 30, 3:30pm Sara's Weeknight Meals
Between The Bread (26 min)

A sandwich might be the ultimate weeknight meal - hearty, portable and easy enough for anyone to make. Sara's got two great ones: her picadillo sloppy Joe with the terrific counterpoint of prunes and green olives. Surprisingly, she shows how to grind your own meat. Roasted vegetable and fresh ricotta sandwiches are another winning combo and Sara even shows how to make the ricotta. She also visits a worth bakery for bread lovers - Hot Bread Kitchen. This non-profit food incubator helps struggling women get a leg up by teaching them baking skills so they may move on to jobs at other bakeries. They sample some of their delicious bread. Recipes: Picadillo sloppy Joes; Roasted vegetable and fresh ricotta sandwiches 4.

NO
May 30, 4:00pm New Orleans Cooking with Kevin Belton
Traditional Mexican (26 min)

Posole fish tacos with remoulade sauce, guacamole.

NO
May 30, 4:30pm Baking With Julia
Craig Kominiak (26 min)

Executive chef Craig Kominiak at Ecce Panis Bakery in New York City visits Julia Child in her kitchen. Kominiak bakes focaccia. Kominiak tests the elasticity of the dough by stretching it to see the "window" in the dough. Kominiak creates a sandwich with the focaccia he baked. Focaccia baked with fruit and topped with sugar can be also used as a dessert or a breakfast item.

NO
Online episodes available
Wednesday, May 31
May 30, 5:00pm Martha Bakes
Press-In Crusts (26 min)

Join Martha as she makes three press-in crust desserts, including classic cheesecake with a beautiful apricot finish and chocolate cream tart. Don't miss what makes her Atlantic Beach tart so special. Just one hint... it involves crackers.

NO
Online episodes available
May 30, 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.

NO
May 30, 6:00pm Mexico -- One Plate at a Time with Rick Bayless
Cooking Like A Local (26 min)

Hartwood, one of Mexico's most in-demand restaurants, sits nestled between the crystalline beaches and dense jungle in Tulum. Here, chef Eric Werner explains the fascinating farm-to-table supply chain that brings ingredients into Hartwood's unique live-fire kitchen. The rustic simplicity inspires Rick to shop for produce and chiles in Playa del Carmen's laid-back markets. Back in the funky kitchen of a Playa condo rental, Rick prepares poblanos rellenos with tatume squash and longaniza sausage, a beautiful grilled fish with avocado salsa and coconut bread pudding for dessert.

NO
May 30, 6:30pm Sara's Weeknight Meals
Between The Bread (26 min)

A sandwich might be the ultimate weeknight meal - hearty, portable and easy enough for anyone to make. Sara's got two great ones: her picadillo sloppy Joe with the terrific counterpoint of prunes and green olives. Surprisingly, she shows how to grind your own meat. Roasted vegetable and fresh ricotta sandwiches are another winning combo and Sara even shows how to make the ricotta. She also visits a worth bakery for bread lovers - Hot Bread Kitchen. This non-profit food incubator helps struggling women get a leg up by teaching them baking skills so they may move on to jobs at other bakeries. They sample some of their delicious bread. Recipes: Picadillo sloppy Joes; Roasted vegetable and fresh ricotta sandwiches 4.

NO
May 30, 7:00pm Woodwright's Shop
Campaign Furniture (26 min)

Christopher Schwarz shows the ins and outs of Campaign furniture made for travel to the far-flung reaches of the Empire.

YES
May 30, 7:30pm Joseph Rosendo's Travelscope
Taiwan's Penghu Islands (26 min)

Taiwan is an island country of 23 million people and the majority of them live in a handful of cities. When they seek to leave their hectic urban life behind they escape to their country's villages, mountains, forests, and islands. Joseph returns to Taiwan to visit the Penghu Archepeligo in the Taiwan Straits, a chain of 64 isles and islets; 20 inhabited, and 50-minutes by air from the capital of Taipei. He explores the main and outer islands historic and natural attractions and enjoys summer fun in the sun on the Tropic of Cancer while also continuing to learn about and experience Taiwan's cultural heritage. Along the way, he discovers yet another side of Ilha Formosa - the beautiful isle of Taiwan.

YES
May 30, 8:00pm Travels with Darley
Illinois: Ottawa & Beyond (26 min)

Hiking, biking, beer tasting and boating are just some of the adventures host Darley Newman explores with local guides not far from Chicago in Ottawa, Illinois. From a Himalayan salt cave to a Cajun chef amid the cornfields to the historic I&M Canal, this Illinois adventure is filled with interesting things to learn and experience.

NO
May 30, 8:30pm Martha Bakes
Press-In Crusts (26 min)

Join Martha as she makes three press-in crust desserts, including classic cheesecake with a beautiful apricot finish and chocolate cream tart. Don't miss what makes her Atlantic Beach tart so special. Just one hint... it involves crackers.

NO
Online episodes available
May 30, 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.

NO
May 30, 9:30pm New Orleans Cooking with Kevin Belton
Traditional Mexican (26 min)

Posole fish tacos with remoulade sauce, guacamole.

NO
May 30, 10:00pm Taste of Louisiana with Chef John Folse & Company: Hooks, Lies & Alibis
Fishing Tournaments - Grand Isle, LA (26 min)

In this episode, John joins the fun at the Grand Isle Tarpon Rodeo. Saltwater fishing tournaments are a summer tradition, and the Grand Isle Tarpon Rodeo is the oldest fishing championship in the country. John interviews Ricky Templet with the rodeo and then the pair prepare a pan-roasted grouper with Caribbean sofrito. Afterwards, Captain Theo Bourgeois drops by to visit John on his deck at White Oak Landing and grill up a delicious deep water favorite, amberjack. After grilling, John and Captain Theo demonstrate the proper technique for smoking king mackerel. And finally, the pair end the day with a little bit of "The Hair of the Dog".

NO
May 30, 10:30pm Smart Travels - Europe with Rudy Maxa
Bologna & Emilia Romagna (26 min)

Known the world over for its wheels of golden cheese, its sweet prosciutto and divine vinegar, this slice of Northern Italy is a feast. From our base in Bologna we eat our way across the region, taking in the glorious art and culture along the way: cheese and mosaics in Parma, Balsamic vinegar and racecars in Modena, ham, pasta and university life in Bologna. An excursion to the mountainous Apennines, a trip to Ravenna's brilliant 6th century mosaics and a beach resort at Rimini round out the adventure. Tips on sampling the region's delicacies and agri-tourism hotels.

NO
May 30, 11:00pm Martha Bakes
Press-In Crusts (26 min)

Join Martha as she makes three press-in crust desserts, including classic cheesecake with a beautiful apricot finish and chocolate cream tart. Don't miss what makes her Atlantic Beach tart so special. Just one hint... it involves crackers.

NO
Online episodes available
May 30, 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
May 31 12:00am Mexico -- One Plate at a Time with Rick Bayless
Cooking Like A Local (26 min)

Hartwood, one of Mexico's most in-demand restaurants, sits nestled between the crystalline beaches and dense jungle in Tulum. Here, chef Eric Werner explains the fascinating farm-to-table supply chain that brings ingredients into Hartwood's unique live-fire kitchen. The rustic simplicity inspires Rick to shop for produce and chiles in Playa del Carmen's laid-back markets. Back in the funky kitchen of a Playa condo rental, Rick prepares poblanos rellenos with tatume squash and longaniza sausage, a beautiful grilled fish with avocado salsa and coconut bread pudding for dessert.

NO
May 31, 12:30am Sara's Weeknight Meals
Between The Bread (26 min)

A sandwich might be the ultimate weeknight meal - hearty, portable and easy enough for anyone to make. Sara's got two great ones: her picadillo sloppy Joe with the terrific counterpoint of prunes and green olives. Surprisingly, she shows how to grind your own meat. Roasted vegetable and fresh ricotta sandwiches are another winning combo and Sara even shows how to make the ricotta. She also visits a worth bakery for bread lovers - Hot Bread Kitchen. This non-profit food incubator helps struggling women get a leg up by teaching them baking skills so they may move on to jobs at other bakeries. They sample some of their delicious bread. Recipes: Picadillo sloppy Joes; Roasted vegetable and fresh ricotta sandwiches 4.

NO
May 31, 1:00am Woodwright's Shop
Campaign Furniture (26 min)

Christopher Schwarz shows the ins and outs of Campaign furniture made for travel to the far-flung reaches of the Empire.

YES
May 31, 1:30am Joseph Rosendo's Travelscope
Taiwan's Penghu Islands (26 min)

Taiwan is an island country of 23 million people and the majority of them live in a handful of cities. When they seek to leave their hectic urban life behind they escape to their country's villages, mountains, forests, and islands. Joseph returns to Taiwan to visit the Penghu Archepeligo in the Taiwan Straits, a chain of 64 isles and islets; 20 inhabited, and 50-minutes by air from the capital of Taipei. He explores the main and outer islands historic and natural attractions and enjoys summer fun in the sun on the Tropic of Cancer while also continuing to learn about and experience Taiwan's cultural heritage. Along the way, he discovers yet another side of Ilha Formosa - the beautiful isle of Taiwan.

YES
May 31, 2:00am Travels with Darley
Illinois: Ottawa & Beyond (26 min)

Hiking, biking, beer tasting and boating are just some of the adventures host Darley Newman explores with local guides not far from Chicago in Ottawa, Illinois. From a Himalayan salt cave to a Cajun chef amid the cornfields to the historic I&M Canal, this Illinois adventure is filled with interesting things to learn and experience.

NO
May 31, 2:30am Martha Bakes
Press-In Crusts (26 min)

Join Martha as she makes three press-in crust desserts, including classic cheesecake with a beautiful apricot finish and chocolate cream tart. Don't miss what makes her Atlantic Beach tart so special. Just one hint... it involves crackers.

NO
Online episodes available
May 31, 3:00am Knitting Daily
Double Knitting (28 min)

If single is good, then double is twice as nice, as we feature reversible and double knitting. Laura Bryant creates a reversible cowl using the magic number and hand-dyed yarn. Then, brioche expert Nancy Marchant chats with us from her home in Amsterdam. Next, editor Amy Palmer provides a primer on double knitting. Then Tanis talks Tools of the Trade that double your knitting fun. Last, Vickie ties up Loose Ends with additional two-sided stitches.

NO
May 31, 3:30am Grand View
 Grand View
Devils Postpile National Monument (26 min)

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

NO
May 31, 4:00am Hubert Keller: Secrets of a Chef
 Hubert Keller: Secrets of a Chef
A Brazilian Feast (28 min)

Like the people who live there, the food of Brazil is full of soul, warmth and deliciousness. Chef Keller demonstrates their national dish, Feijoada, a stew made with black beans and meats. The second recipe is a deep-flavored fish stew called Moqueca, cooked in a fragrant, rich coconut broth. Feijoada, Moqueca, & Passion Fruit Caipirinha.

NO
May 31, 4:30am Ciao Italia
Ciao Italia
Omelet Party/Festa Di Frittata (26 min)

Mary Ann returns to Azienda di Majo in Italy where vintner Alessio di Majo gives her quick tour of his farm's thousand acre field that's filled with tens of thousands of asparagus spears ready for harvest. They take what they need and go nella cucina del'Azienda to create three taste-tempting frittatas; Onion and Sweet Pepper, Asparagus, and Potato Frittata. Just as Alessio finishes, his father, Luigi arrives to prepare his famous Spaghetti Omelet Without Eggs.

NO
May 31, 5:00am New Scandinavian Cooking
Historical Garden (25 min)

Some of Scandinavia's grandest farms can be found around Norway's largest lake, Mjosa. In today's episode Andreas visits one of them, Hovelsrud, where he combines innovation, tradition and world class vegetables. He uses fresh herbs to make an egg-free mayonnaise, combines baked rutabaga and local vendace roe, and makes scones with yellow and red beets. For main course he makes a potato crusted beef fillet with herbs from the beautiful garden.

NO
May 31, 5:30am Healthful Indian Flavors With Alamelu
Healthful Indian Flavors with Alamelu
(25 min)

Alamelu explores "cooking with passion" as she makes chicken with potatoes in ginger garlic sauce, summer squash medley, and asparagus with ginger. All of these recipes are gluten-free.

NO
May 31, 6:00am Pedal America
Women of Red Rock - Sedona, Arizona (26 min)

It took 230 million years for Sedona, Arizona to surface from the bottom of the Pacific Ocean, but its receding waters left behind a spectacular field of red rock vortexes that many claim heal and cleanse the body. Ira David pedals his road and mountain bike through the Bellrock Pathway and Mystic Trail to learn why women who visit Sedona choose never to leave and the role the vortexes and cycling have played in their newly-found lifestyles. Learn about gear and apparel unique to women who bike.

YES
May 31, 6:30am Journeys In Japan
(28 min)
NO
May 31, 7:00am Ask This Old House
Rain Garden, Cabinet Hardware (26 min)

Protecting the environment: Watch Jenn plant a rain garden to keep runoff and waste out of marshlands. See Scott brighten up a dim bedroom with new overhead lighting. Tom gives tips on installing cabinet hardware accurately and consistently.

NO
Online episodes available
May 31, 7:30am American Woodshop
(26 min)

Ottoman Storage Stool with Reversal Top.

NO
Online episodes available
May 31, 8:00am Garden SMART
Garden SMART
(25 min)

Does your garden have sun, shade, or both? Important things we need to consider when planting our gardens. GardenSMART visits with an accomplished plantsman who has tackled these issues successfully and beautifully. Be sure to tune in.

NO
May 31, 8:30am For Your Home
For Your Home
Do You Know? (26 min)

In this fact filled episode host Vicki Payne answers FYH viewers' questions, like why do you have to have your furnace and air conditioner inspected each season? Which is best a natural gas fire pit or one that operates on propane? How can you protect your outdoor planters from winter weather and what kinds of plants can take care of themselves? Information all homeowners need to know.

NO
May 31, 9:00am Knitting Daily
Double Knitting (28 min)

If single is good, then double is twice as nice, as we feature reversible and double knitting. Laura Bryant creates a reversible cowl using the magic number and hand-dyed yarn. Then, brioche expert Nancy Marchant chats with us from her home in Amsterdam. Next, editor Amy Palmer provides a primer on double knitting. Then Tanis talks Tools of the Trade that double your knitting fun. Last, Vickie ties up Loose Ends with additional two-sided stitches.

NO
May 31, 9:30am Grand View
 Grand View
Devils Postpile National Monument (26 min)

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

NO
May 31, 10:00am Hubert Keller: Secrets of a Chef
 Hubert Keller: Secrets of a Chef
A Brazilian Feast (28 min)

Like the people who live there, the food of Brazil is full of soul, warmth and deliciousness. Chef Keller demonstrates their national dish, Feijoada, a stew made with black beans and meats. The second recipe is a deep-flavored fish stew called Moqueca, cooked in a fragrant, rich coconut broth. Feijoada, Moqueca, & Passion Fruit Caipirinha.

NO
May 31, 10:30am Ciao Italia
Ciao Italia
Omelet Party/Festa Di Frittata (26 min)

Mary Ann returns to Azienda di Majo in Italy where vintner Alessio di Majo gives her quick tour of his farm's thousand acre field that's filled with tens of thousands of asparagus spears ready for harvest. They take what they need and go nella cucina del'Azienda to create three taste-tempting frittatas; Onion and Sweet Pepper, Asparagus, and Potato Frittata. Just as Alessio finishes, his father, Luigi arrives to prepare his famous Spaghetti Omelet Without Eggs.

NO
May 31, 11:00am New Scandinavian Cooking
Historical Garden (25 min)

Some of Scandinavia's grandest farms can be found around Norway's largest lake, Mjosa. In today's episode Andreas visits one of them, Hovelsrud, where he combines innovation, tradition and world class vegetables. He uses fresh herbs to make an egg-free mayonnaise, combines baked rutabaga and local vendace roe, and makes scones with yellow and red beets. For main course he makes a potato crusted beef fillet with herbs from the beautiful garden.

NO
May 31, 11:30am Healthful Indian Flavors With Alamelu
Healthful Indian Flavors with Alamelu
(25 min)

Alamelu explores "cooking with passion" as she makes chicken with potatoes in ginger garlic sauce, summer squash medley, and asparagus with ginger. All of these recipes are gluten-free.

NO
May 31, 12:00pm Pedal America
Women of Red Rock - Sedona, Arizona (26 min)

It took 230 million years for Sedona, Arizona to surface from the bottom of the Pacific Ocean, but its receding waters left behind a spectacular field of red rock vortexes that many claim heal and cleanse the body. Ira David pedals his road and mountain bike through the Bellrock Pathway and Mystic Trail to learn why women who visit Sedona choose never to leave and the role the vortexes and cycling have played in their newly-found lifestyles. Learn about gear and apparel unique to women who bike.

YES
May 31, 12:30pm Journeys In Japan
(28 min)
NO
May 31, 1:00pm Rick Steves' Europe
Denmark: Beyond Copenhagen (26 min)

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

NO
Online episodes available
May 31, 1:00pm Rick Steves’ Europe
Denmark: Beyond Copenhagen (26 min)

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

NO
Online episodes available
May 31, 1:30pm American Woodshop
(26 min)

Ottoman Storage Stool with Reversal Top.

NO
Online episodes available
May 31, 2:00pm Garden SMART
Garden SMART
(25 min)

Does your garden have sun, shade, or both? Important things we need to consider when planting our gardens. GardenSMART visits with an accomplished plantsman who has tackled these issues successfully and beautifully. Be sure to tune in.

NO
May 31, 2:30pm For Your Home
For Your Home
Do You Know? (26 min)

In this fact filled episode host Vicki Payne answers FYH viewers' questions, like why do you have to have your furnace and air conditioner inspected each season? Which is best a natural gas fire pit or one that operates on propane? How can you protect your outdoor planters from winter weather and what kinds of plants can take care of themselves? Information all homeowners need to know.

NO
May 31, 3:00pm Ask This Old House
Rain Garden, Cabinet Hardware (26 min)

Protecting the environment: Watch Jenn plant a rain garden to keep runoff and waste out of marshlands. See Scott brighten up a dim bedroom with new overhead lighting. Tom gives tips on installing cabinet hardware accurately and consistently.

NO
Online episodes available
May 31, 3:30pm Sara's Weeknight Meals
Soul of the South (26 min)

Sara travels to Charleston, South Carolina to learn the secrets to the legendary fried chicken of Martha Lou Gadsden of Martha Lou's Kitchen. Then she travels to Boone Plantation to learn how African American cooks have shaped Southern cooking since the days of slavery. Back in Sara's kitchen, she makes her version of a Southern classic, red beans and rice soup. Recipes: Martha Lou's southern fried chicken; Red beans and rice soup.

NO
May 31, 4:00pm 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
May 31, 4:30pm Jacques Pepin: Heart & Soul
Jacques Pepin: Heart & Soul
Cooking Clever (26 min)

Budget-friendly dishes made with inexpensive ingredients are packed full of flavor when Jacques steps in. The result? Unforgettable meals. Today, Jacques prepares mussels with cream and chives on soft polenta for an easy seafood dinner. Classic Italian spaghetti a la Bolognese includes Jacques' special tip to make a delicious, hearty and flavorful sauce. Another seasonal favorite, tomato and potato salad with mustard sauce is perfect when tomatoes are ripe and is served on spicy arugula. Finally, a delicate sauteed radicchio salad ends on a savory-bitter note.

NO
Thursday, June 1
May 31, 5:00pm Lidia's Kitchen
Acidity (26 min)

At the base of Italian cuisine are essential Italian ingredients and vinegar is one of them. Lidia masters the art of cooking with vinegar in this episode. She prepares a red cabbage and bacon salad in a warm bacon and balsamic vinegar dressing; chicken in vinegar sauce; and a tangy garlic savoy cabbage and potatoes dish.

NO
May 31, 5:30pm Cook's Country
Cook's Country
Grilled and Smoked (26 min)

Test cook Bridget Lancaster shows host Christopher Kimball how to make barbecued burnt ends. Next, equipment expert Adam Ried reveals his top picks for grill spatulas. Then, tasting expert Jack Bishop challenges Chris to a tasting of lemonade. Finally, test cook Julia Collin Davison uncovers the secrets to making smoky potato salad.

NO
May 31, 6:00pm Pati's Mexican Table
Chachi's Champoton Kitchen (26 min)

Pati heads to the coastal city of Champoton, located an hour south of Campeche. She meets her friend Chachi at the local market to gather groceries for a family dinner at Hacienda Niop. After tasting their way through the market, they head to the hacienda to prepare the area's prized dishes Pollo Pibil, a gigantic tamale cooked underground and pan de cazon, a local version of lasagna made with shark, beans, and spicy tomato sauce.

NO
May 31, 6:30pm Sara's Weeknight Meals
Soul of the South (26 min)

Sara travels to Charleston, South Carolina to learn the secrets to the legendary fried chicken of Martha Lou Gadsden of Martha Lou's Kitchen. Then she travels to Boone Plantation to learn how African American cooks have shaped Southern cooking since the days of slavery. Back in Sara's kitchen, she makes her version of a Southern classic, red beans and rice soup. Recipes: Martha Lou's southern fried chicken; Red beans and rice soup.

NO
May 31, 7:00pm Ask This Old House
Rain Garden, Cabinet Hardware (26 min)

Protecting the environment: Watch Jenn plant a rain garden to keep runoff and waste out of marshlands. See Scott brighten up a dim bedroom with new overhead lighting. Tom gives tips on installing cabinet hardware accurately and consistently.

NO
Online episodes available
May 31, 7:30pm Rick Steves' Europe
Denmark: Beyond Copenhagen (26 min)

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

NO
Online episodes available
May 31, 7:30pm Rick Steves’ Europe
Denmark: Beyond Copenhagen (26 min)

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

NO
Online episodes available
May 31, 8:00pm Travel with Kids
South Africa's Garden Coast - Wild Monkey Adventures (28 min)

Monkeys! Cheetahs! Gibbons and Lemurs! Explore South Africa's exciting southern coast, also called the Garden Route. Get up close to all kinds of furry friends at Monkeyland. Learn X'hosa while riding horseback with zebras. See South Africa's interesting birds and take a serval cat for a walk.

NO
May 31, 8:30pm Lidia's Kitchen
Acidity (26 min)

At the base of Italian cuisine are essential Italian ingredients and vinegar is one of them. Lidia masters the art of cooking with vinegar in this episode. She prepares a red cabbage and bacon salad in a warm bacon and balsamic vinegar dressing; chicken in vinegar sauce; and a tangy garlic savoy cabbage and potatoes dish.

NO
May 31, 9:00pm Cook's Country
Cook's Country
Grilled and Smoked (26 min)

Test cook Bridget Lancaster shows host Christopher Kimball how to make barbecued burnt ends. Next, equipment expert Adam Ried reveals his top picks for grill spatulas. Then, tasting expert Jack Bishop challenges Chris to a tasting of lemonade. Finally, test cook Julia Collin Davison uncovers the secrets to making smoky potato salad.

NO
May 31, 9:30pm 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
May 31, 10:00pm Hubert Keller: Secrets of a Chef
 Hubert Keller: Secrets of a Chef
A Brazilian Feast (28 min)

Like the people who live there, the food of Brazil is full of soul, warmth and deliciousness. Chef Keller demonstrates their national dish, Feijoada, a stew made with black beans and meats. The second recipe is a deep-flavored fish stew called Moqueca, cooked in a fragrant, rich coconut broth. Feijoada, Moqueca, & Passion Fruit Caipirinha.

NO
May 31, 10:30pm Burt Wolf: Travels & Traditions
The Girl with the Book (26 min)

For centuries, women were discouraged from going to school. It was OK if a woman could read and write, but anything more advanced was considered "dangerous". These days, for the first time in U.S. history, more women graduate from American universities than men. It's an amazing change in the relationship between men and women. In this program, Burt travels around trying to find out what had been going on for hundreds of years and why things are changing.

NO
May 31, 11:00pm Lidia's Kitchen
Acidity (26 min)

At the base of Italian cuisine are essential Italian ingredients and vinegar is one of them. Lidia masters the art of cooking with vinegar in this episode. She prepares a red cabbage and bacon salad in a warm bacon and balsamic vinegar dressing; chicken in vinegar sauce; and a tangy garlic savoy cabbage and potatoes dish.

NO
May 31, 11:30pm Cook's Country
Cook's Country
Grilled and Smoked (26 min)

Test cook Bridget Lancaster shows host Christopher Kimball how to make barbecued burnt ends. Next, equipment expert Adam Ried reveals his top picks for grill spatulas. Then, tasting expert Jack Bishop challenges Chris to a tasting of lemonade. Finally, test cook Julia Collin Davison uncovers the secrets to making smoky potato salad.

NO
Jun 1 12:00am Pati's Mexican Table
Chachi's Champoton Kitchen (26 min)

Pati heads to the coastal city of Champoton, located an hour south of Campeche. She meets her friend Chachi at the local market to gather groceries for a family dinner at Hacienda Niop. After tasting their way through the market, they head to the hacienda to prepare the area's prized dishes Pollo Pibil, a gigantic tamale cooked underground and pan de cazon, a local version of lasagna made with shark, beans, and spicy tomato sauce.

NO
Jun 1, 12:30am Sara's Weeknight Meals
Soul of the South (26 min)

Sara travels to Charleston, South Carolina to learn the secrets to the legendary fried chicken of Martha Lou Gadsden of Martha Lou's Kitchen. Then she travels to Boone Plantation to learn how African American cooks have shaped Southern cooking since the days of slavery. Back in Sara's kitchen, she makes her version of a Southern classic, red beans and rice soup. Recipes: Martha Lou's southern fried chicken; Red beans and rice soup.

NO
Jun 1, 1:00am Ask This Old House
Rain Garden, Cabinet Hardware (26 min)

Protecting the environment: Watch Jenn plant a rain garden to keep runoff and waste out of marshlands. See Scott brighten up a dim bedroom with new overhead lighting. Tom gives tips on installing cabinet hardware accurately and consistently.

NO
Online episodes available
Jun 1, 1:30am Rick Steves' Europe
Denmark: Beyond Copenhagen (26 min)

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

NO
Online episodes available
Jun 1, 2:00am Travel with Kids
South Africa's Garden Coast - Wild Monkey Adventures (29 min)

Monkeys! Cheetahs! Gibbons and Lemurs! Explore South Africa's exciting southern coast, also called the Garden Route. Get up close to all kinds of furry friends at Monkeyland. Learn X'hosa while riding horseback with zebras. See South Africa's interesting birds and take a serval cat for a walk.

NO
Jun 1, 2:30am Lidia's Kitchen
Acidity (26 min)

At the base of Italian cuisine are essential Italian ingredients and vinegar is one of them. Lidia masters the art of cooking with vinegar in this episode. She prepares a red cabbage and bacon salad in a warm bacon and balsamic vinegar dressing; chicken in vinegar sauce; and a tangy garlic savoy cabbage and potatoes dish.

NO
Jun 1, 3:00am Sewing with Nancy
Cabin Fever Quilts, Part 1 (29 min)

Easily make modern quilt blocks from the traditional Log Cabin quilt blocks. Just as architecture has changed from the original log cabin homes to our modern 21st century homes, quilting has made the same transition. Nancy and guest Natalia Bonner, a self-proclaimed quilting addict, take a fresh approach to quilting, using dramatic colors and sleek lines.

NO
Online episodes available
Jun 1, 3:30am The Best of The Joy of Painting
Wooded Stream Oval (26 min)

Watch, delight and learn as Bob Ross paints a novel twist in his beautiful wooded scene.

NO
Jun 1, 4:00am Taste of Louisiana with Chef John Folse & Company: Hooks, Lies & Alibis
Garfish/Caviar - Bayou Dularge, LA (26 min)

In this episode, John travel to south Louisiana and visits the Houma Native American Nation, and learns about the Houma's fishing culture and techniques for making alligator gar tasso. John is then joined by Rick Tramanto from Cafe Revolution and cooks coushatta garfish stew. John Burke from Cajun Caviar tells John how caviar is farmed using local fish, and Rick Tramanto creates a caviar staircase to show off this tasty treat. And everyone salutes the end of the day with the perfect salty dog.

NO
Jun 1, 4:30am 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
Jun 1, 5:00am Dining with the Chef
(28 min)

NHK WORLD presents documentaries focusing on Japan and Asia.

NO
Jun 1, 5:30am Kitchen Wisdom of Cecilia Chiang
The Best Chinese Restaurant In America (27 min)

When Cecilia first opened the Mandarin in 1960, business was slow-a bit like the scene from the movie "Big Night" where nobody shows up. But then Herb Caen, front page gossip columnist for the San Francisco Chronicle, wrote about the Mandarin and from that moment on, there were lines out the door. In 1967, Cecilia moved to the recently renovated Ghirardelli Square, where she opened an elegant, temple-like restaurant with 300 seats and white tablecloths. It was called the "best Chinese restaurant in America." The Mandarin attracted the icons of the food world and later, at the urging of actor and comedian Danny Kaye, Cecilia opened another Mandarin in Beverly Hills where she became star to the stars. In this episode, Cecilia teams up with Nancy Oakes, chef/owner of Boulevard, a belle epoque eatery that for the past 20 years has been voted San Francisco's favorite restaurant. Cecilia teaches Nancy and her chef Dana Youkins how to make "minced squab in lettuce cups," a dish Cecilia created that became one of the signature dishes at the Mandarin.

YES
Jun 1, 6:00am Bare Feet with Mickela Mallozzi
Jeju Fire Festival (Seoul & Jeju, South Korea) (26 min)

The Jeju Fire Festival in South Korea celebrates new life - with it comes all aspects of Korean tradition, beauty, and modern advancement. Mickela spans the South Korean culture from traditional mask dances to the ever-popular KPOP.

YES
Online episodes available
Jun 1, 6:30am In The Americas with David Yetman
In The Americas with David Yetman
Panama's Wild West (26 min)

An hour or so distant from Panama's burgeoning capital and its great canal, a broad peninsula juts into the Pacific Ocean. The Azuero Peninsula is home to traditions, landscapes, and people different from those of the capital and its suburbs. Residents of Azuero celebrate what sets them off from the rest of Panama. And they are huge fans of baseball.

NO
Jun 1, 7:00am Woodwright's Shop
Fitting Brass (26 min)

Chris Schwarz shows how to fit brass corners and hardware flush with the surfaces of Campaign furniture.

YES
Jun 1, 7:30am Woodsmith Shop
Woodsmith Shop
Details of Craftsmanship: Finishing (29 min)

The editors of Woodsmith magazine wrap up this season's Details of Craftsmanship by applying a finish to highlight the look of an elegant table.

NO
Jun 1, 8:00am Growing a Greener World
 Growing a Greener World
Saving Seeds for Future Generations: Seed Savers Exchange (Decorah, IA) (26 min)

Few people realize that less than 10% of all seed varieties commonly grown in 1900 are still with us today. They're extinct-gone forever, because no one took the time to preserve them for future generations. That risk is even greater today thanks to the genetic manipulation of a relatively few remaining seed varieties, combined with the massive buying up of smaller seed companies by overseas giants. The mission of protecting, preserving, and sharing today's precious seed and heirloom varieties has never been more important. Thankfully, one company established to do just that is alive and well, and since 1975 has been thriving in their efforts to preserve horticultural diversity. Seed Savers Exchange has an active international membership of over 13,000 who are helping with the cause. In this episode, Joe makes a trip to Iowa to their scenic 890-acre Heritage Farm to learn more about their process as well as the risks and challenges of safeguarding today's precious seed varieties for future generations.

NO
Online episodes available
Jun 1, 8:30am Craftsman's Legacy
Craftsman's Legacy
The Blade Maker (25 min)

Knife-maker Tim Zowada's creations start from sand collected from Lake Michigan. Host Eric Gorges visits with Tim and makes a knife.

NO
Jun 1, 9:00am Sewing with Nancy
Cabin Fever Quilts, Part 1 (29 min)

Easily make modern quilt blocks from the traditional Log Cabin quilt blocks. Just as architecture has changed from the original log cabin homes to our modern 21st century homes, quilting has made the same transition. Nancy and guest Natalia Bonner, a self-proclaimed quilting addict, take a fresh approach to quilting, using dramatic colors and sleek lines.

NO
Online episodes available
Jun 1, 9:30am The Best of The Joy of Painting
Wooded Stream Oval (26 min)

Watch, delight and learn as Bob Ross paints a novel twist in his beautiful wooded scene.

NO
Jun 1, 10:00am Taste of Louisiana with Chef John Folse & Company: Hooks, Lies & Alibis
Garfish/Caviar - Bayou Dularge, LA (26 min)

In this episode, John travel to south Louisiana and visits the Houma Native American Nation, and learns about the Houma's fishing culture and techniques for making alligator gar tasso. John is then joined by Rick Tramanto from Cafe Revolution and cooks coushatta garfish stew. John Burke from Cajun Caviar tells John how caviar is farmed using local fish, and Rick Tramanto creates a caviar staircase to show off this tasty treat. And everyone salutes the end of the day with the perfect salty dog.

NO
Jun 1, 10:30am 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
Jun 1, 11:00am Dining with the Chef
(28 min)

NHK WORLD presents documentaries focusing on Japan and Asia.

NO
Jun 1, 11:30am Kitchen Wisdom of Cecilia Chiang
The Best Chinese Restaurant In America (27 min)

When Cecilia first opened the Mandarin in 1960, business was slow-a bit like the scene from the movie "Big Night" where nobody shows up. But then Herb Caen, front page gossip columnist for the San Francisco Chronicle, wrote about the Mandarin and from that moment on, there were lines out the door. In 1967, Cecilia moved to the recently renovated Ghirardelli Square, where she opened an elegant, temple-like restaurant with 300 seats and white tablecloths. It was called the "best Chinese restaurant in America." The Mandarin attracted the icons of the food world and later, at the urging of actor and comedian Danny Kaye, Cecilia opened another Mandarin in Beverly Hills where she became star to the stars. In this episode, Cecilia teams up with Nancy Oakes, chef/owner of Boulevard, a belle epoque eatery that for the past 20 years has been voted San Francisco's favorite restaurant. Cecilia teaches Nancy and her chef Dana Youkins how to make "minced squab in lettuce cups," a dish Cecilia created that became one of the signature dishes at the Mandarin.

YES
Jun 1, 12:00pm Bare Feet with Mickela Mallozzi
Jeju Fire Festival (Seoul & Jeju, South Korea) (26 min)

The Jeju Fire Festival in South Korea celebrates new life - with it comes all aspects of Korean tradition, beauty, and modern advancement. Mickela spans the South Korean culture from traditional mask dances to the ever-popular KPOP.

YES
Online episodes available
Jun 1, 12:30pm In The Americas with David Yetman
In The Americas with David Yetman
Panama's Wild West (26 min)

An hour or so distant from Panama's burgeoning capital and its great canal, a broad peninsula juts into the Pacific Ocean. The Azuero Peninsula is home to traditions, landscapes, and people different from those of the capital and its suburbs. Residents of Azuero celebrate what sets them off from the rest of Panama. And they are huge fans of baseball.

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

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

NO
Online episodes available
Jun 1, 1:30pm Woodsmith Shop
Woodsmith Shop
Details of Craftsmanship: Finishing (29 min)

The editors of Woodsmith magazine wrap up this season's Details of Craftsmanship by applying a finish to highlight the look of an elegant table.

NO
Jun 1, 2:00pm Growing a Greener World
 Growing a Greener World
Saving Seeds for Future Generations: Seed Savers Exchange (Decorah, IA) (26 min)

Few people realize that less than 10% of all seed varieties commonly grown in 1900 are still with us today. They're extinct-gone forever, because no one took the time to preserve them for future generations. That risk is even greater today thanks to the genetic manipulation of a relatively few remaining seed varieties, combined with the massive buying up of smaller seed companies by overseas giants. The mission of protecting, preserving, and sharing today's precious seed and heirloom varieties has never been more important. Thankfully, one company established to do just that is alive and well, and since 1975 has been thriving in their efforts to preserve horticultural diversity. Seed Savers Exchange has an active international membership of over 13,000 who are helping with the cause. In this episode, Joe makes a trip to Iowa to their scenic 890-acre Heritage Farm to learn more about their process as well as the risks and challenges of safeguarding today's precious seed varieties for future generations.

NO
Online episodes available
Jun 1, 2:30pm Craftsman's Legacy
Craftsman's Legacy
The Blade Maker (25 min)

Knife-maker Tim Zowada's creations start from sand collected from Lake Michigan. Host Eric Gorges visits with Tim and makes a knife.

NO
Jun 1, 3:00pm Woodwright's Shop
Fitting Brass (26 min)

Chris Schwarz shows how to fit brass corners and hardware flush with the surfaces of Campaign furniture.

YES
Jun 1, 3:30pm Sara's Weeknight Meals
Girlpower: Hot Young Female Chefs (26 min)

Sara is all about empowering women in the kitchen, whether it's at home or in a restaurant. In this show she visits two up and coming female chefs who are changing their worlds. First, Mashama Baily of Savannah's The Grey, a hot new restaurant in that city's former Greyhound Station. They cook together, and Mashama takes Sara on a cook's tour of Savannah. Back in Sara's kitchen, Amanda Cohen of New York's Dirt Candy stops by to cook her zucchini and Pasta noodles with garlicky yogurt sauce. On the side, her Kentucky lemonade spiked with a good dose of bourbon and beet juice for color. Recipes: Zucchini and pasta noodles with garlicky yogurt sauce; Kentucky lemonade.

NO
Jun 1, 4:00pm New Orleans Cooking with Kevin Belton
Soul Food (26 min)

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

NO
Jun 1, 4:30pm Baking With Julia
Alice Medrich (26 min)

Master teacher and chocolatier Alice Medrich from Berkeley, CA visits Julia Child in her kitchen. Medrich creates a chocolate genoise raspberry ruffle cake. Medrich provides tips on the best way to melt and shape chocolate. Medrich demonstrates how to cut the cake into layers. She layers the cake with creme fraiche, melted chocolate, rum syrup and rasperries in an adjustable pan. She places the chilled, fan-shaped chocolates as a decorative topping.

NO
Online episodes available
Friday, June 2
Jun 1, 5:00pm Martha Bakes
Classic New England (26 min)

Join Martha as she explores the wonders of New England. Pure maple syrup in a creamy maple custard pie, cranberries for a jewel-like tart with an easy press-in walnut crust, and a reinvented classic, Boston cream pie cupcakes. Plus, a buttermilk-blueberry tart that's sure to dazzle your dinner guests!

NO
Online episodes available
Jun 1, 5:30pm America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated
Chinese Takeout, Revised (26 min)

Host Bridget Lancaster goes into the test kitchen with host Julia Collin Davison to learn how to make the best beef stir-fry with bell peppers and black pepper sauce at home. Then, tasting expert Jack Bishop challenges Bridget to a tasting of soy sauce. Next, test cook Keith Dresser shows Julia how to make the ultimate scallion pancakes with dipping sauce.

NO
Jun 1, 6:00pm Mexico -- One Plate at a Time with Rick Bayless
Love of Live Fire Cooking (26 min)

In Yucatan, cooking over fire is a way of life. Rick meets up with chef Juan Pablo Loza, who ignites the wood-fire grill for octopus with local pineapple. At Zama Beach Club in Isla Mujeres, Cancun chef Federico Lopez fires up his seaside grill to make tikin xic, a Yucatecan grilled fish dish smothered with achiote, the region's hallmark spice paste. And chef Eric Werner shows off his all wood-fire kitchen at Hartwood in Tulum. Forever obsessed with cooking over fire, Rick goes to Lena Brava, his new all wood-fire restaurant in Chicago, to make poc chuc, a traditional citrusy grilled spicy pork dish, then to his backyard for spatchcocked chicken al oregano worthy of a summertime fiesta.

NO
Jun 1, 6:30pm Sara's Weeknight Meals
Girlpower: Hot Young Female Chefs (26 min)

Sara is all about empowering women in the kitchen, whether it's at home or in a restaurant. In this show she visits two up and coming female chefs who are changing their worlds. First, Mashama Baily of Savannah's The Grey, a hot new restaurant in that city's former Greyhound Station. They cook together, and Mashama takes Sara on a cook's tour of Savannah. Back in Sara's kitchen, Amanda Cohen of New York's Dirt Candy stops by to cook her zucchini and Pasta noodles with garlicky yogurt sauce. On the side, her Kentucky lemonade spiked with a good dose of bourbon and beet juice for color. Recipes: Zucchini and pasta noodles with garlicky yogurt sauce; Kentucky lemonade.

NO
Jun 1, 7:00pm Woodwright's Shop
Fitting Brass (26 min)

Chris Schwarz shows how to fit brass corners and hardware flush with the surfaces of Campaign furniture.

YES
Jun 1, 7:30pm Joseph Rosendo's Travelscope
Portugal - from Porto to Salamanca (26 min)

From port to paella, Joseph's Portugal adventures reach into the country and cross over the border on an Iberian Peninsula exploration that reveals some of the unknown aspects of Portuguese life and its complementary relationship with its Spanish neighbor. It's a journey of discovery in a European destination that though seemingly familiar to all still has secrets to reveal.

YES
Jun 1, 8:00pm Travels with Darley
Martinique Adventures (29 min)

Explore the French Caribbean on the island of Martinique, combining beautiful beaches with lush rainforests and quiet fishing villages with vibrant cultural sites. Host Darley Newman meets local guides to take a deeper dive into the top places to sun, sail, snorkel, eat, drink and enjoy eco-friendly nature and fascinating Creole culture.

NO
Jun 1, 8:30pm Martha Bakes
Classic New England (26 min)

Join Martha as she explores the wonders of New England. Pure maple syrup in a creamy maple custard pie, cranberries for a jewel-like tart with an easy press-in walnut crust, and a reinvented classic, Boston cream pie cupcakes. Plus, a buttermilk-blueberry tart that's sure to dazzle your dinner guests!

NO
Online episodes available
Jun 1, 9:00pm America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated
Chinese Takeout, Revised (26 min)

Host Bridget Lancaster goes into the test kitchen with host Julia Collin Davison to learn how to make the best beef stir-fry with bell peppers and black pepper sauce at home. Then, tasting expert Jack Bishop challenges Bridget to a tasting of soy sauce. Next, test cook Keith Dresser shows Julia how to make the ultimate scallion pancakes with dipping sauce.

NO
Jun 1, 9:30pm New Orleans Cooking with Kevin Belton
Soul Food (26 min)

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

NO
Jun 1, 10:00pm Taste of Louisiana with Chef John Folse & Company: Hooks, Lies & Alibis
Garfish/Caviar - Bayou Dularge, LA (26 min)

In this episode, John travel to south Louisiana and visits the Houma Native American Nation, and learns about the Houma's fishing culture and techniques for making alligator gar tasso. John is then joined by Rick Tramanto from Cafe Revolution and cooks coushatta garfish stew. John Burke from Cajun Caviar tells John how caviar is farmed using local fish, and Rick Tramanto creates a caviar staircase to show off this tasty treat. And everyone salutes the end of the day with the perfect salty dog.

NO
Jun 1, 10:30pm Smart Travels - Europe with Rudy Maxa
Italy's Veneto & Dolomites (26 min)

Graced with charming cities, countryside villas and precious art, this corner of Northern Italy also features a playground of Alpine peaks and meadows. After a spectacular night at the opera in fair Verona's Roman arena, we set out in search of Giotto's colorful frescoes in Padua and architect Palladio's palatial villas in Vicenza and the surrounding countryside. Then we head for the hills and the dramatic peaks and meadows of the Dolomite mountains. Tips on touring the Veneto countryside, shopping for gold and staying in a mountain inn.

NO
Jun 1, 11:00pm Martha Bakes
Classic New England (26 min)

Join Martha as she explores the wonders of New England. Pure maple syrup in a creamy maple custard pie, cranberries for a jewel-like tart with an easy press-in walnut crust, and a reinvented classic, Boston cream pie cupcakes. Plus, a buttermilk-blueberry tart that's sure to dazzle your dinner guests!

NO
Online episodes available
Jun 1, 11:30pm America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated
Chinese Takeout, Revised (26 min)

Host Bridget Lancaster goes into the test kitchen with host Julia Collin Davison to learn how to make the best beef stir-fry with bell peppers and black pepper sauce at home. Then, tasting expert Jack Bishop challenges Bridget to a tasting of soy sauce. Next, test cook Keith Dresser shows Julia how to make the ultimate scallion pancakes with dipping sauce.

NO
Jun 2 12:00am Mexico -- One Plate at a Time with Rick Bayless
Love of Live Fire Cooking (26 min)

In Yucatan, cooking over fire is a way of life. Rick meets up with chef Juan Pablo Loza, who ignites the wood-fire grill for octopus with local pineapple. At Zama Beach Club in Isla Mujeres, Cancun chef Federico Lopez fires up his seaside grill to make tikin xic, a Yucatecan grilled fish dish smothered with achiote, the region's hallmark spice paste. And chef Eric Werner shows off his all wood-fire kitchen at Hartwood in Tulum. Forever obsessed with cooking over fire, Rick goes to Lena Brava, his new all wood-fire restaurant in Chicago, to make poc chuc, a traditional citrusy grilled spicy pork dish, then to his backyard for spatchcocked chicken al oregano worthy of a summertime fiesta.

NO
Jun 2, 12:30am Sara's Weeknight Meals
Girlpower: Hot Young Female Chefs (26 min)

Sara is all about empowering women in the kitchen, whether it's at home or in a restaurant. In this show she visits two up and coming female chefs who are changing their worlds. First, Mashama Baily of Savannah's The Grey, a hot new restaurant in that city's former Greyhound Station. They cook together, and Mashama takes Sara on a cook's tour of Savannah. Back in Sara's kitchen, Amanda Cohen of New York's Dirt Candy stops by to cook her zucchini and Pasta noodles with garlicky yogurt sauce. On the side, her Kentucky lemonade spiked with a good dose of bourbon and beet juice for color. Recipes: Zucchini and pasta noodles with garlicky yogurt sauce; Kentucky lemonade.

NO
Jun 2, 1:00am Woodwright's Shop
Fitting Brass (26 min)

Chris Schwarz shows how to fit brass corners and hardware flush with the surfaces of Campaign furniture.

YES
Jun 2, 1:30am Joseph Rosendo's Travelscope
Portugal - from Porto to Salamanca (26 min)

From port to paella, Joseph's Portugal adventures reach into the country and cross over the border on an Iberian Peninsula exploration that reveals some of the unknown aspects of Portuguese life and its complementary relationship with its Spanish neighbor. It's a journey of discovery in a European destination that though seemingly familiar to all still has secrets to reveal.

YES
Jun 2, 2:00am Travels with Darley
Martinique Adventures (29 min)

Explore the French Caribbean on the island of Martinique, combining beautiful beaches with lush rainforests and quiet fishing villages with vibrant cultural sites. Host Darley Newman meets local guides to take a deeper dive into the top places to sun, sail, snorkel, eat, drink and enjoy eco-friendly nature and fascinating Creole culture.

NO
Jun 2, 2:30am Martha Bakes
Classic New England (26 min)

Join Martha as she explores the wonders of New England. Pure maple syrup in a creamy maple custard pie, cranberries for a jewel-like tart with an easy press-in walnut crust, and a reinvented classic, Boston cream pie cupcakes. Plus, a buttermilk-blueberry tart that's sure to dazzle your dinner guests!

NO
Online episodes available
Jun 2, 3:00am Quilting Arts
Quilting Arts
Make It Special (29 min)

Personal expression can leave a lasting impression. Mark Lipinski shares a variety of legacy quilts, along with his own, to show how to leave a bit of yourself behind. Artist Tammie Bowser makes fusible applique "Jazz Quilts" from photos from her uncle. Susan Brubaker Knapp offers tips for machine stitching teeny, tiny motifs to take quilts beyond the ordinary.

NO
Jun 2, 3:30am Paint This with Jerry Yarnell
Chesapeake Bay Visitors, Part 3 (29 min)

In episode 3, Jerry shows his viewers how to continue glazing the water to give it a more transparent affect. Then he explains adding the warm, soft sienna tones to the grasses -- giving the painting more color harmony. He finishes this episode by painting in some of the intermediate weeds and explains the compositional arrangement of the Canadian Geese to create good eye-flow.

NO
Jun 2, 4:00am BBQ With Franklin
Brisket (26 min)

Learn how the brisket became a popular centerpiece of Central Texas BBQ. Hear from legends of Texas BBQ and be guided through a step-by-step brisket cook experiment using three different methods.

NO
Online episodes available
Jun 2, 4:30am 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
Jun 2, 5:00am P. Allen Smith's Garden to Table
Poultry In Motion (26 min)

The State Fair is underway and P. Allen Smith is checking out the feathered creatures in the poultry barn. Poultry scientist Keith Bramwell also makes a visit to the farm to talk about the perfect backyard animal that keeps on giving. Plus, a dessert made with a chef's egg of choice.

YES
Jun 2, 5:30am Annabel Langbein: The Free Range Cook
Annabel Langbein: The Free Range Cook
Life's A Picnic (26 min)

Annabel Langbein and her daughter Rose head off to a local Wanaka orchard to pick one of the Central Otago's most eagerly anticipated stone fruits - apricots. The abundant harvest forms the basis of that evening's meal, both as a savory chili dipping sauce for crunchy spring rolls, and as a delicious dessert. For the main course, a brilliant speedy bang bang chicken salad. Recipes from this episode: sausage, tomato and olive pissaladiere, really useful apricot chili glaze, pork and cilantro spring rolls, aromatic poached chicken, bang bang chicken salad, speedy peanut sauce, apricots with macaroon topping, lemon syllabub, ginger mule.

NO
Jun 2, 6:00am Painting The Town with Eric Dowdle
St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands (26 min)

St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands - Left by Columbus on his second expedition, St. Thomas today is a sought after cruise and vacation destination, not only for its duty-free, world class shopping but some of the best beaches in the world. A rich history as a pirate refuge certainly doesn't hurt its flavor or appeal either. Join Eric and Painting the Town as we enjoy this Caribbean paradise and its wonderful people.

YES
Jun 2, 6:30am Joseph Rosendo's Travelscope
South Korea - A Winter Journey (26 min)

On Joseph's second visit to South Korea he discovers that apart from the many attractions of the capital city of Seoul, once you get out into the countryside many treasures await you. From world heritage temples to Olympic venues from historic towns to great food, he finds a world of surprises. The gems are many and each has a particular charm all its own. And, of course, the greatest treasures of all are always the people and the gracious warm-hearted welcome they offer. It's the kind of experience that keeps one excited to find out what they would discover on their next visit to South Korea.

YES
Jun 2, 7:00am This Old House
Detroit | Going Old School for Tile and Molding (26 min)

Frank, Tamiko, their kids and Kevin start interior painting. Tommy repairs decorative molding using a putty knife. Tommy and Frank install interior doors and the tile installer gives the fireplace a much needed facelift.

NO
Online episodes available
Jun 2, 7:30am Rough Cut - Woodworking with Tommy Mac
Child's Chair with Steve Brown (28 min)

This week on Rough Cut Woodworking with Tommy Mac, Tommy is joined by Rough Cut regular and Master Furniture Maker Steve Brown from the North Bennet Street School. Steve and Tommy pick a project that encourages the home woodworker to keep it simple with a Child's Chair, concentrating on its rustic splayed legs. A great project for beginners, it's made of a beautiful white oak, with inspiration coming from a traditional bretstuhl of Germany.

NO
Jun 2, 8:00am P. Allen Smith's Garden Home
Super Foods; Super Recipes (26 min)

In this episode of Garden Home, P. Allen Smith shows that you don't have to be a superhero to save the day. Super performers in the kitchen, garden and home are highlighted to help give your life some extra punch.

YES
Jun 2, 8:30am Scrapbook Soup
Stencils (29 min)

This show offers lots of new tips and techniques using stencils. Create your own stencil and learn about masking with Jenny Barnett Rohrs. A short interview features Stacy Julian as she shares her system of "get it done fast". Then, Julie demonstrates a layering technique using new stencil designs. Last, Julie shares more stenciling tips using stamping, painting, doodling and more.

NO
Jun 2, 9:00am Quilting Arts
Quilting Arts
Make It Special (29 min)

Personal expression can leave a lasting impression. Mark Lipinski shares a variety of legacy quilts, along with his own, to show how to leave a bit of yourself behind. Artist Tammie Bowser makes fusible applique "Jazz Quilts" from photos from her uncle. Susan Brubaker Knapp offers tips for machine stitching teeny, tiny motifs to take quilts beyond the ordinary.

NO
Jun 2, 9:30am Paint This with Jerry Yarnell
Chesapeake Bay Visitors, Part 3 (29 min)

In episode 3, Jerry shows his viewers how to continue glazing the water to give it a more transparent affect. Then he explains adding the warm, soft sienna tones to the grasses -- giving the painting more color harmony. He finishes this episode by painting in some of the intermediate weeds and explains the compositional arrangement of the Canadian Geese to create good eye-flow.

NO
Jun 2, 10:00am BBQ With Franklin
Brisket (26 min)

Learn how the brisket became a popular centerpiece of Central Texas BBQ. Hear from legends of Texas BBQ and be guided through a step-by-step brisket cook experiment using three different methods.

NO
Online episodes available
Jun 2, 10:30am 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
Jun 2, 11:00am P. Allen Smith's Garden to Table
Poultry In Motion (26 min)

The State Fair is underway and P. Allen Smith is checking out the feathered creatures in the poultry barn. Poultry scientist Keith Bramwell also makes a visit to the farm to talk about the perfect backyard animal that keeps on giving. Plus, a dessert made with a chef's egg of choice.

YES
Jun 2, 11:30am Annabel Langbein: The Free Range Cook
Annabel Langbein: The Free Range Cook
Life's A Picnic (26 min)

Annabel Langbein and her daughter Rose head off to a local Wanaka orchard to pick one of the Central Otago's most eagerly anticipated stone fruits - apricots. The abundant harvest forms the basis of that evening's meal, both as a savory chili dipping sauce for crunchy spring rolls, and as a delicious dessert. For the main course, a brilliant speedy bang bang chicken salad. Recipes from this episode: sausage, tomato and olive pissaladiere, really useful apricot chili glaze, pork and cilantro spring rolls, aromatic poached chicken, bang bang chicken salad, speedy peanut sauce, apricots with macaroon topping, lemon syllabub, ginger mule.

NO
Jun 2, 12:00pm Painting The Town with Eric Dowdle
St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands (26 min)

St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands - Left by Columbus on his second expedition, St. Thomas today is a sought after cruise and vacation destination, not only for its duty-free, world class shopping but some of the best beaches in the world. A rich history as a pirate refuge certainly doesn't hurt its flavor or appeal either. Join Eric and Painting the Town as we enjoy this Caribbean paradise and its wonderful people.

YES
Jun 2, 12:30pm Joseph Rosendo's Travelscope
South Korea - A Winter Journey (26 min)

On Joseph's second visit to South Korea he discovers that apart from the many attractions of the capital city of Seoul, once you get out into the countryside many treasures await you. From world heritage temples to Olympic venues from historic towns to great food, he finds a world of surprises. The gems are many and each has a particular charm all its own. And, of course, the greatest treasures of all are always the people and the gracious warm-hearted welcome they offer. It's the kind of experience that keeps one excited to find out what they would discover on their next visit to South Korea.

YES
Jun 2, 1:00pm Rick Steves' Europe
Iran:Tehran and Side Trips (26 min)

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

NO
Online episodes available
Jun 2, 1:30pm Rough Cut - Woodworking with Tommy Mac
Child's Chair with Steve Brown (28 min)

This week on Rough Cut Woodworking with Tommy Mac, Tommy is joined by Rough Cut regular and Master Furniture Maker Steve Brown from the North Bennet Street School. Steve and Tommy pick a project that encourages the home woodworker to keep it simple with a Child's Chair, concentrating on its rustic splayed legs. A great project for beginners, it's made of a beautiful white oak, with inspiration coming from a traditional bretstuhl of Germany.

NO
Jun 2, 2:00pm P. Allen Smith's Garden Home
Super Foods; Super Recipes (26 min)

In this episode of Garden Home, P. Allen Smith shows that you don't have to be a superhero to save the day. Super performers in the kitchen, garden and home are highlighted to help give your life some extra punch.

YES
Jun 2, 2:30pm Scrapbook Soup
Stencils (29 min)

This show offers lots of new tips and techniques using stencils. Create your own stencil and learn about masking with Jenny Barnett Rohrs. A short interview features Stacy Julian as she shares her system of "get it done fast". Then, Julie demonstrates a layering technique using new stencil designs. Last, Julie shares more stenciling tips using stamping, painting, doodling and more.

NO
Jun 2, 3:00pm This Old House
Detroit | Going Old School for Tile and Molding (26 min)

Frank, Tamiko, their kids and Kevin start interior painting. Tommy repairs decorative molding using a putty knife. Tommy and Frank install interior doors and the tile installer gives the fireplace a much needed facelift.

NO
Online episodes available
Jun 2, 3:30pm Sara's Weeknight Meals
Best of Summer (26 min)

There is nothing like the height of summer for delicious produce, simply prepared. Sara's friends stop by to celebrate the season starting with Top Chef winner Hung Huynh. His grilled shrimp in lettuce wraps is delicious, portable and light in calories. Then Sara's buddy Giuseppe Fanelli makes a gorgeous lamb dish dressed with fresh heirloom tomatoes - agnello scottadito. And on Ask Sara, she answers a viewer's question about avocados. Recipes: Grilled shrimp in lettuce wraps; Agnello scottadito with heirloom tomatoes.

NO
Jun 2, 4:00pm Simply Ming
Texas 3 (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
Jun 2, 4:30pm Jacques Pepin: More Fast Food My Way
Jacques Pepin: More Fast Food My Way
Go Fish (26 min)

Living close to the shore in Connecticut offers Jacques the opportunity to celebrate the bounties of the sea. He loves seafood and begins this menu with a Picante Mussel Pilaf. Next, Jacques surprises viewers with a novel take on a breadcrumb coating for Onion-Crusted Sole with Anchovy Butter. He ends with a popular French dessert that's not quite an omelet...not quite a custard...it's an Apricot Clafoutis.

YES
Saturday, June 3
Jun 2, 5:00pm Lidia's Kitchen
Ragu (26 min)

Italians don't like to eat big pieces of meat, but they do like to braise small pieces with lots of vegetables into delicious ragus. In this episode, Lidia creates a delicious meal of celery stalks stuffed with gorgonzola and apples; mouthwatering lamb ragu prepared with an array of peppers and potatoes and for a sweet finish, a gianduia cake made of hazelnuts and chocolate-a Piedmontese tradition.

NO
Jun 2, 5:30pm Cook's Country
Cook's Country
Pasta for Every Palate (26 min)

Test cook Erin McMurrer shows host Christopher Kimball how to make pork ragu at home. Then, equipment expert Adam Ried reveals his top picks for dish towels. Finally, test cook Bridget Lancaster uncovers the secrets to making perfect pasta with roasted garlic sauce, arugula, and walnuts.

NO
Jun 2, 6:00pm Pati's Mexican Table
Merida - Exploring with the Locals (26 min)

The Yucatan Peninsula is known for its vast jungles, underground cenotes, pristine beaches, ancient architecture and sensational food. With the help of local friends and chefs, Pedro Evia and David Cetina, Pati gets an inside look at Merida, the capital of Yucatan. Pati explores the forefronts of molecular gastronomy, botanas "bar snacks" like chaya empanadas filled with gooey Edam cheese at a cantina, family classics like mondongo stew at the market, and even foreign influences like Kibi. One thing is for sure, Merida is a food-lovers city.

NO
Jun 2, 6:30pm Sara's Weeknight Meals
Best of Summer (26 min)

There is nothing like the height of summer for delicious produce, simply prepared. Sara's friends stop by to celebrate the season starting with Top Chef winner Hung Huynh. His grilled shrimp in lettuce wraps is delicious, portable and light in calories. Then Sara's buddy Giuseppe Fanelli makes a gorgeous lamb dish dressed with fresh heirloom tomatoes - agnello scottadito. And on Ask Sara, she answers a viewer's question about avocados. Recipes: Grilled shrimp in lettuce wraps; Agnello scottadito with heirloom tomatoes.

NO
Jun 2, 7:00pm This Old House
Detroit | Going Old School for Tile and Molding (26 min)

Frank, Tamiko, their kids and Kevin start interior painting. Tommy repairs decorative molding using a putty knife. Tommy and Frank install interior doors and the tile installer gives the fireplace a much needed facelift.

NO
Online episodes available
Jun 2, 7:30pm Richard Bangs' Adventures with Purpose Geneva and the Matterhorn: Quest for the Water Castle
(56 min)

In the 11th installment of his Emmy-winning ADVENTURES WITH PURPOSE series, renowned adventurer Richard Bangs explores the Rhone River, Lake Geneva and the Matterhorn regions of Switzerland - the country known since Medieval times as the "water castle" of Europe. On his quest, Richard uncovers how the Swiss harnessed the Rhone to light Switzerland and its neighbors, power some of the world's most efficient rail systems and quench the thirst of millions, while still managing to preserve this precious resource.

NO
Jun 2, 8:30pm Lidia's Kitchen
Ragu (26 min)

Italians don't like to eat big pieces of meat, but they do like to braise small pieces with lots of vegetables into delicious ragus. In this episode, Lidia creates a delicious meal of celery stalks stuffed with gorgonzola and apples; mouthwatering lamb ragu prepared with an array of peppers and potatoes and for a sweet finish, a gianduia cake made of hazelnuts and chocolate-a Piedmontese tradition.

NO
Jun 2, 9:00pm Cook's Country
Cook's Country
Pasta for Every Palate (26 min)

Test cook Erin McMurrer shows host Christopher Kimball how to make pork ragu at home. Then, equipment expert Adam Ried reveals his top picks for dish towels. Finally, test cook Bridget Lancaster uncovers the secrets to making perfect pasta with roasted garlic sauce, arugula, and walnuts.

NO
Jun 2, 9:30pm Simply Ming
Texas 3 (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
Jun 2, 10:00pm BBQ With Franklin
Brisket (26 min)

Learn how the brisket became a popular centerpiece of Central Texas BBQ. Hear from legends of Texas BBQ and be guided through a step-by-step brisket cook experiment using three different methods.

NO
Online episodes available
Jun 2, 10:30pm DayTripper
Alpine, TX (29 min)

Chet visits "The Big Bend" of Texas with stops to learn its history and climb to a mountaintop classroom. He eats at a steakhouse inspired by the movie "Giant" and devours hot dogs from a truck that takes wienies to a whole other universe.

NO
Jun 2, 11:00pm Lidia's Kitchen
Ragu (26 min)

Italians don't like to eat big pieces of meat, but they do like to braise small pieces with lots of vegetables into delicious ragus. In this episode, Lidia creates a delicious meal of celery stalks stuffed with gorgonzola and apples; mouthwatering lamb ragu prepared with an array of peppers and potatoes and for a sweet finish, a gianduia cake made of hazelnuts and chocolate-a Piedmontese tradition.

NO
Jun 2, 11:30pm Cook's Country
Cook's Country
Pasta for Every Palate (26 min)

Test cook Erin McMurrer shows host Christopher Kimball how to make pork ragu at home. Then, equipment expert Adam Ried reveals his top picks for dish towels. Finally, test cook Bridget Lancaster uncovers the secrets to making perfect pasta with roasted garlic sauce, arugula, and walnuts.

NO
Jun 3 12:00am Pati's Mexican Table
Merida - Exploring with the Locals (26 min)

The Yucatan Peninsula is known for its vast jungles, underground cenotes, pristine beaches, ancient architecture and sensational food. With the help of local friends and chefs, Pedro Evia and David Cetina, Pati gets an inside look at Merida, the capital of Yucatan. Pati explores the forefronts of molecular gastronomy, botanas "bar snacks" like chaya empanadas filled with gooey Edam cheese at a cantina, family classics like mondongo stew at the market, and even foreign influences like Kibi. One thing is for sure, Merida is a food-lovers city.

NO
Jun 3, 12:30am Sara's Weeknight Meals
Best of Summer (26 min)

There is nothing like the height of summer for delicious produce, simply prepared. Sara's friends stop by to celebrate the season starting with Top Chef winner Hung Huynh. His grilled shrimp in lettuce wraps is delicious, portable and light in calories. Then Sara's buddy Giuseppe Fanelli makes a gorgeous lamb dish dressed with fresh heirloom tomatoes - agnello scottadito. And on Ask Sara, she answers a viewer's question about avocados. Recipes: Grilled shrimp in lettuce wraps; Agnello scottadito with heirloom tomatoes.

NO
Jun 3, 1:00am This Old House
Detroit | Going Old School for Tile and Molding (26 min)

Frank, Tamiko, their kids and Kevin start interior painting. Tommy repairs decorative molding using a putty knife. Tommy and Frank install interior doors and the tile installer gives the fireplace a much needed facelift.

NO
Online episodes available
Jun 3, 1:30am Richard Bangs' Adventures with Purpose Geneva and the Matterhorn: Quest for the Water Castle
(56 min)

In the 11th installment of his Emmy-winning ADVENTURES WITH PURPOSE series, renowned adventurer Richard Bangs explores the Rhone River, Lake Geneva and the Matterhorn regions of Switzerland - the country known since Medieval times as the "water castle" of Europe. On his quest, Richard uncovers how the Swiss harnessed the Rhone to light Switzerland and its neighbors, power some of the world's most efficient rail systems and quench the thirst of millions, while still managing to preserve this precious resource.

NO
Jun 3, 2:30am Lidia's Kitchen
Ragu (26 min)

Italians don't like to eat big pieces of meat, but they do like to braise small pieces with lots of vegetables into delicious ragus. In this episode, Lidia creates a delicious meal of celery stalks stuffed with gorgonzola and apples; mouthwatering lamb ragu prepared with an array of peppers and potatoes and for a sweet finish, a gianduia cake made of hazelnuts and chocolate-a Piedmontese tradition.

NO
Jun 3, 3:00am Pati's Mexican Table
Backyard Picnic (26 min)

Pati is throwing a picnic for family and friends in her backyard. She'll make some of her favorite "picnic foods" and serve everyone outside picnic-style. It also happens to be her husband Dany's birthday, so a big surprise is in store! Recipe 1: Crazy Sandwich with Chicken, Refried Beans, Plantain and Avocado; Recipe 2: Potato and Poblano Rajas Salad; Recipe 3: Mango Puff; Recipe 4: Grapefruit and Guava Spritzer with Agave.

NO
Jun 3, 3:30am Katie Brown Workshop
Best of Summer (26 min)

Host Katie Brown's summer-inspired recipes and outdoor-entertaining projects make the most of the season. In the Kitchen: cucumber salad, poached salmon with dill and berry cake. Projects: fashioning etched glass globe candleholders and sand and a beach-glass vase with orchid.

NO
Jun 3, 4:00am Moveable Feast with Fine Cooking
America's Fruit Basket (26 min)

On this episode of Moveable Feast with Fine Cooking, Pete Evans is in central California, America's fruit basket, about to throw a multi-cultural meal for a party of 30. Joining Pete are chefs David Lentz and Anthony Lamas. The morning starts off with a relaxing fishing trip on bass lake. It is tough to get the guys to leave the lake but there are a lot of hungry people waiting for dinner!! Next stop is a local orchard to pick up some juicy peaches and nectarines for a stone-fruit salsa to accompany the pork tenderloin and some California raisins for an updated version of a raisin/carrot salad. The rainbow trout is grilled to perfection with charred dandelion greens and we're serving it all al fresco in Fresno.

NO
Jun 3, 4:30am George Hirsch Lifestyle
George Hirsch Lifestyle
Layering with Seasoning (26 min)

George plans the perfect outdoor cookout, complete with flavor-packed tasting plates, grilled steak and spice-rubbed salmon, and a decadent chocolate mousse. George visits Captain Pete who shares tips on making the perfect smoked salmon. Recipes: - Sliced Steak, Garlic Butter Sauce - Grilled Asparagus - Spice Rubbed Planked Salmon - Roasted Fingerling Potatoes - Chocolate Mousse.

NO
Jun 3, 5:00am Annabel Langbein: The Free Range Cook
Annabel Langbein: The Free Range Cook
Lunch on the Grill (26 min)

Annabel Langbein cooks a Middle Eastern-inspired al fresco lunch for the grape pickers at Mt. Maude vineyard in New Zealand's Central Otago. On the menu are home-made Turkish bread, a spicy steak salad and her famous orange lightning cake. Recipes from this episode: Turkish bread, Turkish bride soup, spicy beef with harvest vegetables. garlic dressing, nutty cumin dukkah, corn and pearl couscous salad, orange lightning cake and vin d'orange.

NO
Jun 3, 5:30am P. Allen Smith's Garden to Table
Food and Fun Go Together (27 min)

Allen shares earth-friendly tips on packing a healthy picnic lunch. Allen then hits the road for visits to the roof top garden at Chicago's Markethouse restaurant and a community garden in Kansas City. Plus, Allen shows us how to properly can peppers straight from the garden.

YES
Jun 3, 6:00am Moveable Feast with Fine Cooking
North Fork (26 min)

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

NO
Jun 3, 6:30am The Jazzy Vegetarian
Portable Picnic (29 min)

Host Laura Theodore prepares a portable picnic lunch. Special guest: Chef Del Sroufe. Menu features "Chickpea and Quinoa Salad in Sweet Pepper Boats." "Marinated Asparagus Salad" adds zing to this traveling menu. For dessert, festive "Date-Nut Lollipops" add a pop of fun and flavor, while homemade 'Ginger Iced Tea" rounds out the meal with frosty freshness.

YES
Jun 3, 7:00am Sara's Weeknight Meals
Farm to Table (26 min)

Farm fresh food is a mantra for Sara and so many chefs. That's why her tea rubbed duck salad with Roquefort and pear dressing hits every note. Then, Sara is off to California's Napa Valley to visit chef Joey Altman, a three time James Beard award winner. They visit a winery and gather ingredients at a local farm for an al fresco meal of salmon and corn salad with pea pesto crostini.

NO
Jun 3, 7:30am Mexico -- One Plate at a Time with Rick Bayless
Tijuana Taco Crawl (26 min)

People are passionate about their tacos in Tijuana. Ask any local and they'll tell you their favorite - complete with mouthwatering details. Three local Tijuana foodies take Rick on a taco "crawl" starting with arrachera (skirt steak) tacos at El Yaqui. Piled high with beans, creamy avocado salsa and Mexican "candy" (roasted jalapenos). The feast moves on to include suadero tacos at Los Ahumadores, sauteed and fried shrimp tacos at Mariscos El Mazateno, steamed tacos on Tijuana's tourist strip and ends with smoked salmon tacos at Salceados. At home, Rick creates a taco feast for a casual backyard cookout.

NO
Jun 3, 8:00am Pati's Mexican Table
Summer Evening Party (26 min)

It's the end of a great week in San Miguel, so Pati and her family decide to have a summer evening party - the perfect end to a fun family vacation. First, she'll head to a few places in San Miguel for ingredients, Agropark and a local winery. Back home she'll cook a big, celebratory family dinner to be enjoyed on their patio, while the sun sets over the city. Recipe 1: Cherry Tomato Jam with Red Wine and Scallions; Recipe 2: Citrus Chicken with Carrots and Baby Potatoes; Recipe 3: Bell Peppers, Cucumbers and Chickpea Salad; Recipe 4: Vanilla Custard.

NO
Jun 3, 8:30am 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
Jun 3, 9:00am P. Allen Smith's Garden Home
No Passport Necessary (27 min)

You don't have to leave home to relax and take a break from life. P. Allen Smith will show you how to incorporate the vacation style and mindset into your everyday.

YES
Jun 3, 9:30am 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.

NO
Online episodes available
Jun 3, 10:00am Jacques Pepin: More Fast Food My Way
Jacques Pepin: More Fast Food My Way
Brussel Sprout Love (26 min)

If left on a desert island, Jacques thinks he'd be quite happy if only there were some chickens! For Jacques, the prize part of the chicken is the thigh and he thinks you'll agree when you try Crusty Chicken Thighs with Mushroom Sauce served with a tasty Fricasse of Brussels Sprouts and Bacon. An inspired use of instant potato flakes to thicken a soup shows up in the fast cooking Seafood Chowder topped with fresh crabmeat. To end on a relaxing note, Jacques arranges a presentation of Stilton with Apple and Nuts to accompany a delicious glass of vintage or aged Tawny Port.

YES
Jun 3, 10:30am Lidia's Kitchen
Italian Cakes (26 min)

The oven is on today in Lidia's Kitchen, and she is sharing some of her best cakes. There is a gianduia cake - a Piedmontese tradition and a dream for hazelnut and chocolate lovers; a delicious and moist chocolate and zucchini Cake; and finally a nutty walnut and espresso Cake.

NO
Jun 3, 11:00am Cook's Country
Cook's Country
A Hearty Fall Dinner (26 min)

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

NO
Jun 3, 11:30am Pati's Mexican Table
Jose Andres Takes Over (26 min)

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

NO
Jun 3, 12:00pm Sara's Weeknight Meals
Super Bowls of Soup (Super Bowl Stunt) (26 min)

The big game and a cold night are both perfect times to enjoy a heart bowl of soup, like Sara's take on traditional New England chowder, her smoky fish chowder, made even more delicious with bacon. On Ask Sara, she shows ways to pack for a tailgate, including safely transporting hot soups. Then she joins Brazilian chef Leticia Moreinos Schwartz on a shopping trip to a Brazilian market before they make Leticia's chicken, shrimp, peanut and cashew stew. Soups on! Recipes: Smoky fish chowder; Chicken shrimp, peanut and cashew stew.

NO
Jun 3, 12:30pm This Old House
Detroit | Going Old School for Tile and Molding (26 min)

Frank, Tamiko, their kids and Kevin start interior painting. Tommy repairs decorative molding using a putty knife. Tommy and Frank install interior doors and the tile installer gives the fireplace a much needed facelift.

NO
Online episodes available
Jun 3, 1:00pm Richard Bangs' Adventures with Purpose: Costa Rica: Quest For Pura Vida
(56 min)

In the ninth installment of his Emmy-winning ADVENTURES WITH PURPOSE series, renowned adventurer Richard Bangs explores the ecological nexus of North and South America - Costa Rica. Costa Rica is home to endless natural wonders: wild rivers, fire-spewing volcanoes, verdant rainforests and more species of animals and plants than found in the United States and Canada combined. Bangs attempts to uncover the secret to Costa Rica's success in preserving their small country's extraordinary biodiversity. He begins his journey on the Pacific side, where the Osa Peninsula encircles Corcovado National Park. Then, he explores the beaches at Punta Islita, Palo Verde National Park and the Monteverde Cloud Forest, before heading to Tortuguero National Park, a tropical rain forest on the Caribbean coast.

NO
Jun 3, 2:00pm Lidia's Kitchen
Italian Cakes (26 min)

The oven is on today in Lidia's Kitchen, and she is sharing some of her best cakes. There is a gianduia cake - a Piedmontese tradition and a dream for hazelnut and chocolate lovers; a delicious and moist chocolate and zucchini Cake; and finally a nutty walnut and espresso Cake.

NO
Jun 3, 2:30pm Cook's Country
Cook's Country
A Hearty Fall Dinner (26 min)

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

NO
Jun 3, 3:00pm Pati's Mexican Table
Backyard Picnic (26 min)

Pati is throwing a picnic for family and friends in her backyard. She'll make some of her favorite "picnic foods" and serve everyone outside picnic-style. It also happens to be her husband Dany's birthday, so a big surprise is in store! Recipe 1: Crazy Sandwich with Chicken, Refried Beans, Plantain and Avocado; Recipe 2: Potato and Poblano Rajas Salad; Recipe 3: Mango Puff; Recipe 4: Grapefruit and Guava Spritzer with Agave.

NO
Jun 3, 3:30pm Katie Brown Workshop
Best of Summer (26 min)

Host Katie Brown's summer-inspired recipes and outdoor-entertaining projects make the most of the season. In the Kitchen: cucumber salad, poached salmon with dill and berry cake. Projects: fashioning etched glass globe candleholders and sand and a beach-glass vase with orchid.

NO
Jun 3, 4:00pm Moveable Feast with Fine Cooking
America's Fruit Basket (26 min)

On this episode of Moveable Feast with Fine Cooking, Pete Evans is in central California, America's fruit basket, about to throw a multi-cultural meal for a party of 30. Joining Pete are chefs David Lentz and Anthony Lamas. The morning starts off with a relaxing fishing trip on bass lake. It is tough to get the guys to leave the lake but there are a lot of hungry people waiting for dinner!! Next stop is a local orchard to pick up some juicy peaches and nectarines for a stone-fruit salsa to accompany the pork tenderloin and some California raisins for an updated version of a raisin/carrot salad. The rainbow trout is grilled to perfection with charred dandelion greens and we're serving it all al fresco in Fresno.

NO
Jun 3, 4:30pm George Hirsch Lifestyle
George Hirsch Lifestyle
Layering with Seasoning (26 min)

George plans the perfect outdoor cookout, complete with flavor-packed tasting plates, grilled steak and spice-rubbed salmon, and a decadent chocolate mousse. George visits Captain Pete who shares tips on making the perfect smoked salmon. Recipes: - Sliced Steak, Garlic Butter Sauce - Grilled Asparagus - Spice Rubbed Planked Salmon - Roasted Fingerling Potatoes - Chocolate Mousse.

NO
Sunday, June 4
Jun 3, 5:00pm Annabel Langbein: The Free Range Cook
Annabel Langbein: The Free Range Cook
Lunch on the Grill (26 min)

Annabel Langbein cooks a Middle Eastern-inspired al fresco lunch for the grape pickers at Mt. Maude vineyard in New Zealand's Central Otago. On the menu are home-made Turkish bread, a spicy steak salad and her famous orange lightning cake. Recipes from this episode: Turkish bread, Turkish bride soup, spicy beef with harvest vegetables. garlic dressing, nutty cumin dukkah, corn and pearl couscous salad, orange lightning cake and vin d'orange.

NO
Jun 3, 5:30pm P. Allen Smith's Garden to Table
Food and Fun Go Together (27 min)

Allen shares earth-friendly tips on packing a healthy picnic lunch. Allen then hits the road for visits to the roof top garden at Chicago's Markethouse restaurant and a community garden in Kansas City. Plus, Allen shows us how to properly can peppers straight from the garden.

YES
Jun 3, 6:00pm Moveable Feast with Fine Cooking
North Fork (26 min)

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

NO
Jun 3, 6:30pm The Jazzy Vegetarian
Portable Picnic (29 min)

Host Laura Theodore prepares a portable picnic lunch. Special guest: Chef Del Sroufe. Menu features "Chickpea and Quinoa Salad in Sweet Pepper Boats." "Marinated Asparagus Salad" adds zing to this traveling menu. For dessert, festive "Date-Nut Lollipops" add a pop of fun and flavor, while homemade 'Ginger Iced Tea" rounds out the meal with frosty freshness.

YES
Jun 3, 7:00pm Sara's Weeknight Meals
Farm to Table (26 min)

Farm fresh food is a mantra for Sara and so many chefs. That's why her tea rubbed duck salad with Roquefort and pear dressing hits every note. Then, Sara is off to California's Napa Valley to visit chef Joey Altman, a three time James Beard award winner. They visit a winery and gather ingredients at a local farm for an al fresco meal of salmon and corn salad with pea pesto crostini.

NO
Jun 3, 7:30pm Mexico -- One Plate at a Time with Rick Bayless
Tijuana Taco Crawl (26 min)

People are passionate about their tacos in Tijuana. Ask any local and they'll tell you their favorite - complete with mouthwatering details. Three local Tijuana foodies take Rick on a taco "crawl" starting with arrachera (skirt steak) tacos at El Yaqui. Piled high with beans, creamy avocado salsa and Mexican "candy" (roasted jalapenos). The feast moves on to include suadero tacos at Los Ahumadores, sauteed and fried shrimp tacos at Mariscos El Mazateno, steamed tacos on Tijuana's tourist strip and ends with smoked salmon tacos at Salceados. At home, Rick creates a taco feast for a casual backyard cookout.

NO
Jun 3, 8:00pm Pati's Mexican Table
Summer Evening Party (26 min)

It's the end of a great week in San Miguel, so Pati and her family decide to have a summer evening party - the perfect end to a fun family vacation. First, she'll head to a few places in San Miguel for ingredients, Agropark and a local winery. Back home she'll cook a big, celebratory family dinner to be enjoyed on their patio, while the sun sets over the city. Recipe 1: Cherry Tomato Jam with Red Wine and Scallions; Recipe 2: Citrus Chicken with Carrots and Baby Potatoes; Recipe 3: Bell Peppers, Cucumbers and Chickpea Salad; Recipe 4: Vanilla Custard.

NO
Jun 3, 8:30pm 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
Jun 3, 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.

NO
Jun 3, 9:30pm 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.

NO
Online episodes available
Jun 3, 10:00pm Taste of Louisiana with Chef John Folse & Company: Hooks, Lies & Alibis
Turtles - Lake Verret, LA (26 min)

In this episode, John travels to Lake Verret, LA to hunt for the feisty alligator snapping turtle. John joins two LA Dept. Of Wildlife and Fisheries biologists to trap and catalogue these protected treasures. Then Wildlife and Fisheries Secretary, Robert Barham and John cook a turtle sauce picante. Later, the two state biologists Amity Bass and Kerry Landry cook with John and make a turtle stroganoff and a delicious turtle soup. John then thanks everyone with a drink aptly named "Alligator".

NO
Jun 3, 10:30pm Smart Travels - Europe with Rudy Maxa
Prague & Budapest (26 min)

We leave Western Europe behind as we venture to the exotic cities of Prague and Budapest. In Prague, we marvel at the startlingly beautiful old town and tour the labyrinthine castle that haunted writer Franz Kafka. Bohemian glass dazzles us as we browse the flourishing shops in this former Communist country, and we witness the scene of the "Velvet Revolution". Then it's off to Budapest where we surrender ourselves to steamy mineral spas, get serenaded by Gypsy music in one of the city's most traditional restaurants, and sway to the rhythms of Hungarian dancers. We round out our trip with Budapest's regal Opera House, and monuments of a bygone era in the Communist Statue Park. Tips on luxury hotels.

NO
Jun 3, 11:00pm Lidia's Kitchen
Italian Cakes (26 min)

The oven is on today in Lidia's Kitchen, and she is sharing some of her best cakes. There is a gianduia cake - a Piedmontese tradition and a dream for hazelnut and chocolate lovers; a delicious and moist chocolate and zucchini Cake; and finally a nutty walnut and espresso Cake.

NO
Jun 3, 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
Jun 4 12:00am Pati's Mexican Table
Jose Andres Takes Over (26 min)

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

NO
Jun 4, 12:30am Sara's Weeknight Meals
Super Bowls of Soup (Super Bowl Stunt) (26 min)

The big game and a cold night are both perfect times to enjoy a heart bowl of soup, like Sara's take on traditional New England chowder, her smoky fish chowder, made even more delicious with bacon. On Ask Sara, she shows ways to pack for a tailgate, including safely transporting hot soups. Then she joins Brazilian chef Leticia Moreinos Schwartz on a shopping trip to a Brazilian market before they make Leticia's chicken, shrimp, peanut and cashew stew. Soups on! Recipes: Smoky fish chowder; Chicken shrimp, peanut and cashew stew.

NO
Jun 4, 1:00am This Old House
Detroit | Going Old School for Tile and Molding (26 min)

Frank, Tamiko, their kids and Kevin start interior painting. Tommy repairs decorative molding using a putty knife. Tommy and Frank install interior doors and the tile installer gives the fireplace a much needed facelift.

NO
Online episodes available
Jun 4, 1:30am Richard Bangs' Adventures with Purpose: Costa Rica: Quest For Pura Vida
(56 min)

In the ninth installment of his Emmy-winning ADVENTURES WITH PURPOSE series, renowned adventurer Richard Bangs explores the ecological nexus of North and South America - Costa Rica. Costa Rica is home to endless natural wonders: wild rivers, fire-spewing volcanoes, verdant rainforests and more species of animals and plants than found in the United States and Canada combined. Bangs attempts to uncover the secret to Costa Rica's success in preserving their small country's extraordinary biodiversity. He begins his journey on the Pacific side, where the Osa Peninsula encircles Corcovado National Park. Then, he explores the beaches at Punta Islita, Palo Verde National Park and the Monteverde Cloud Forest, before heading to Tortuguero National Park, a tropical rain forest on the Caribbean coast.

NO
Jun 4, 2:30am Lidia's Kitchen
Italian Cakes (26 min)

The oven is on today in Lidia's Kitchen, and she is sharing some of her best cakes. There is a gianduia cake - a Piedmontese tradition and a dream for hazelnut and chocolate lovers; a delicious and moist chocolate and zucchini Cake; and finally a nutty walnut and espresso Cake.

NO
Jun 4, 3:00am Knit and Crochet NOW!
Artsy Afghans (26 min)

Host Deborah Norville believes nothing says you're special like a handmade afghan, it's like a perpetual hug from the person who stitched it. Ellen is first up with the Geometric Crochet Afghan, which features a lace border, and then Kristin shows how to stich up the Windowpane Afghan, which is knit in the round, then cutting it to make it flat! In the stitch corner Ellen teaches how to Crochet a Cable.

YES
Jun 4, 3:30am Grand View
 Grand View
Golden Gate National Recreation Area (26 min)

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

NO
Jun 4, 4:00am Hubert Keller: Secrets of a Chef
 Hubert Keller: Secrets of a Chef
One-Pot Favorites (28 min)

Chef Keller makes an Alsatian favorite, choucroute or sauerkraut served with an array of seafood. Then he heads to the South for a deep, richly-flavored gumbo made with an assortment of great sausage and chicken. Seafood Medley with Choucroute, & Chef Keller's Gumbo.

NO
Jun 4, 4:30am Ciao Italia
Ciao Italia
Rice to the Occasion (29 min)

Public television celebrity Chef Martin Yan joins Mary Ann nella cucina in a salute to rice. With knives chopping and veggies sizzling, Martin creates one of his signature dishes, Mint Flavored Rice with Chicken while Mary Ann turns down the flame for Milanese Risotto. Then together they create a Rice and Vegetable Pie. Two great chefs, three great rice recipes and you'll agree that Mary Yan Can Cook!

NO
Jun 4, 5:00am 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
Jun 4, 5:30am Healthful Indian Flavors With Alamelu
Healthful Indian Flavors with Alamelu
(29 min)

Alamelu creates "nutritious and colorful" dishes as she prepares spicy seared shrimp, chickpea and apple rice, and tri-colored bell peppers. All of these recipes are gluten-free.

NO
Jun 4, 6:00am Pedal America
Living In Harmony - Tampa & St. Petersburg, Florida (26 min)

Ira David addresses the more serious issue of why this now "bicycle-friendlier" city was plagued with bicycle fatalities in 2009 and how the city responded to create a dramatic increase in tolerance and understanding between cyclists and motor vehicle operators.

YES
Jun 4, 6:30am Journeys In Japan
(28 min)
NO
Jun 4, 7:00am Ask This Old House
Hawaii Makes 50 (26 min)

That makes 50! The guys complete the show's run of every U.S. state. Tom learns how to create a unique keepsake box from island materials in Build It. Richard looks at a new way to store solar energy. Roger helps a family grow an organic garden.

NO
Online episodes available
Jun 4, 7:30am American Woodshop
(29 min)

Tripod Occasional Table for Living Rooms.

NO
Online episodes available
Jun 4, 8:00am Garden SMART
Garden SMART
(29 min)

Daffodils are often the first sign of spring. They are a delightful reminder that the gardening season is approaching, at last! Join GardenSMART as we visit an amazing gardener who shares with us his phenomenal collection of daffodils. A don't miss show.

NO
Jun 4, 8:30am For Your Home
For Your Home
Backyard Living Spaces (26 min)

FYH host Vicki Payne takes a trip to Michigan to help her son Tony transform his backyard into an exciting place to entertain his family of five and all their friends. Tony lends sweat equity to the project and gets lots of help from his neighbors to stay on budget throughout the project.

NO
Jun 4, 9:00am Pati's Mexican Table
Backyard Picnic (26 min)

Pati is throwing a picnic for family and friends in her backyard. She'll make some of her favorite "picnic foods" and serve everyone outside picnic-style. It also happens to be her husband Dany's birthday, so a big surprise is in store! Recipe 1: Crazy Sandwich with Chicken, Refried Beans, Plantain and Avocado; Recipe 2: Potato and Poblano Rajas Salad; Recipe 3: Mango Puff; Recipe 4: Grapefruit and Guava Spritzer with Agave.

NO
Jun 4, 9:30am Katie Brown Workshop
Best of Summer (26 min)

Host Katie Brown's summer-inspired recipes and outdoor-entertaining projects make the most of the season. In the Kitchen: cucumber salad, poached salmon with dill and berry cake. Projects: fashioning etched glass globe candleholders and sand and a beach-glass vase with orchid.

NO
Jun 4, 10:00am Moveable Feast with Fine Cooking
America's Fruit Basket (26 min)

On this episode of Moveable Feast with Fine Cooking, Pete Evans is in central California, America's fruit basket, about to throw a multi-cultural meal for a party of 30. Joining Pete are chefs David Lentz and Anthony Lamas. The morning starts off with a relaxing fishing trip on bass lake. It is tough to get the guys to leave the lake but there are a lot of hungry people waiting for dinner!! Next stop is a local orchard to pick up some juicy peaches and nectarines for a stone-fruit salsa to accompany the pork tenderloin and some California raisins for an updated version of a raisin/carrot salad. The rainbow trout is grilled to perfection with charred dandelion greens and we're serving it all al fresco in Fresno.

NO
Jun 4, 10:30am George Hirsch Lifestyle
George Hirsch Lifestyle
Layering with Seasoning (26 min)

George plans the perfect outdoor cookout, complete with flavor-packed tasting plates, grilled steak and spice-rubbed salmon, and a decadent chocolate mousse. George visits Captain Pete who shares tips on making the perfect smoked salmon. Recipes: - Sliced Steak, Garlic Butter Sauce - Grilled Asparagus - Spice Rubbed Planked Salmon - Roasted Fingerling Potatoes - Chocolate Mousse.

NO
Jun 4, 11:00am Annabel Langbein: The Free Range Cook
Annabel Langbein: The Free Range Cook
Lunch on the Grill (26 min)

Annabel Langbein cooks a Middle Eastern-inspired al fresco lunch for the grape pickers at Mt. Maude vineyard in New Zealand's Central Otago. On the menu are home-made Turkish bread, a spicy steak salad and her famous orange lightning cake. Recipes from this episode: Turkish bread, Turkish bride soup, spicy beef with harvest vegetables. garlic dressing, nutty cumin dukkah, corn and pearl couscous salad, orange lightning cake and vin d'orange.

NO
Jun 4, 11:30am P. Allen Smith's Garden to Table
Food and Fun Go Together (27 min)

Allen shares earth-friendly tips on packing a healthy picnic lunch. Allen then hits the road for visits to the roof top garden at Chicago's Markethouse restaurant and a community garden in Kansas City. Plus, Allen shows us how to properly can peppers straight from the garden.

YES
Jun 4, 12:00pm Moveable Feast with Fine Cooking
North Fork (26 min)

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

NO
Jun 4, 12:30pm The Jazzy Vegetarian
Portable Picnic (29 min)

Host Laura Theodore prepares a portable picnic lunch. Special guest: Chef Del Sroufe. Menu features "Chickpea and Quinoa Salad in Sweet Pepper Boats." "Marinated Asparagus Salad" adds zing to this traveling menu. For dessert, festive "Date-Nut Lollipops" add a pop of fun and flavor, while homemade 'Ginger Iced Tea" rounds out the meal with frosty freshness.

YES
Jun 4, 1:00pm Sara's Weeknight Meals
Farm to Table (26 min)

Farm fresh food is a mantra for Sara and so many chefs. That's why her tea rubbed duck salad with Roquefort and pear dressing hits every note. Then, Sara is off to California's Napa Valley to visit chef Joey Altman, a three time James Beard award winner. They visit a winery and gather ingredients at a local farm for an al fresco meal of salmon and corn salad with pea pesto crostini.

NO
Jun 4, 1:30pm Mexico -- One Plate at a Time with Rick Bayless
Tijuana Taco Crawl (26 min)

People are passionate about their tacos in Tijuana. Ask any local and they'll tell you their favorite - complete with mouthwatering details. Three local Tijuana foodies take Rick on a taco "crawl" starting with arrachera (skirt steak) tacos at El Yaqui. Piled high with beans, creamy avocado salsa and Mexican "candy" (roasted jalapenos). The feast moves on to include suadero tacos at Los Ahumadores, sauteed and fried shrimp tacos at Mariscos El Mazateno, steamed tacos on Tijuana's tourist strip and ends with smoked salmon tacos at Salceados. At home, Rick creates a taco feast for a casual backyard cookout.

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Jun 4, 2:00pm Pati's Mexican Table
Summer Evening Party (26 min)

It's the end of a great week in San Miguel, so Pati and her family decide to have a summer evening party - the perfect end to a fun family vacation. First, she'll head to a few places in San Miguel for ingredients, Agropark and a local winery. Back home she'll cook a big, celebratory family dinner to be enjoyed on their patio, while the sun sets over the city. Recipe 1: Cherry Tomato Jam with Red Wine and Scallions; Recipe 2: Citrus Chicken with Carrots and Baby Potatoes; Recipe 3: Bell Peppers, Cucumbers and Chickpea Salad; Recipe 4: Vanilla Custard.

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Jun 4, 2:30pm 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.

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Jun 4, 3:00pm Ask This Old House
Hawaii Makes 50 (26 min)

That makes 50! The guys complete the show's run of every U.S. state. Tom learns how to create a unique keepsake box from island materials in Build It. Richard looks at a new way to store solar energy. Roger helps a family grow an organic garden.

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Online episodes available
Jun 4, 3:30pm Sara's Weeknight Meals
Jewish Holidays (26 min)

Sara celebrates the Jewish holidays with two traditional dishes that are often tricky to prepare. She takes viewers through the process, step by step, starting with wine braised brisket. On the side, her husband's Aunt Rifka's recipe for matzo balls they call 'flying discs'. Next, Sara and her nephew visit Stone Barns, the farm and food incubator in Westchester, New York to get fresh winter vegetables for her root vegetable latkes, Sara's version of the traditional Hanukkah dish. Recipes: Braised brisket with flying disks; Root vegetable latkes.

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Jun 4, 4:00pm 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.

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Online episodes available
Jun 4, 4:30pm Jacques Pepin: Heart & Soul
Jacques Pepin: Heart & Soul
Heirloom Favorites (26 min)

Jacques cooks down memory lane, sharing anecdotes from his childhood along the way. First, there's a quick tutorial on how to skin a salami. Next, a classic dumpling dish renowned in Lyon, France, follows as Jacques recreates his family's recipe of ricotta quenelles, poached to perfection. He goes on to show off more of his knife skills, filleting a whole fish in preparation for flounder with lemon butter. Then another family favorite: Jacques simmers a satisfying saute of rabbit with mushrooms and cream. And for dessert, he brings his mother's apples in lemon sauce recipe back to life with fresh and simple ingredients.

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Monday, June 5
Jun 4, 5:00pm Martha Bakes
Mid-Atlantic (26 min)

Join Martha as she shares four mouthwatering regional favorites from the Mid-Atlantic. In this episode, Martha introduces a local summertime favorite, Baltimore peach cake, teaches the technique for perfectly twisted kaiser rolls, and whips up a delectable black raspberry crumb cake. Plus, black and white cookies, a New York City favorite. Homemade treats your family will adore!

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Online episodes available
Jun 4, 5:30pm America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated
Grilled Chicken and Salad with a Kick (26 min)

Test cook Becky Hays shows host Christopher Kimball how to make the perfect peri peri grilled chicken. Then, equipment expert Adam Ried reviews the latest grill gadgets in the Equipment Corner. Next, Chris answers cooking questions in Letters to the Editor. Finally, test cook Bridget Lancaster uncovers the secrets to making the best pita bread salad with tomatoes and cucumber.

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Jun 4, 6:00pm Mexico -- One Plate at a Time with Rick Bayless
Baking Up Comfort (26 min)

David Sterling, chef and author of "Yucatan: Recipes from a Culinary Expedition," brings Rick on a whirlwind tour of the peninsula. The pair of Oklahoma-born, Mexico-obsessed chefs begin their journey with a conversation in Hunucma, where Dona Lupita serves home-cooked meals at the kitchen table of her family's cocina economica. Though the Yucatan is not known for its bakeries, David goes to the rustic wood-burning ovens at Panaderia Liz in Merida. Then it's back to the gorgeous kitchen at Los Dos Cooking School, where David makes a pan of buttery, indulgent hojaldras - a sweet-and-savory pastry stuffed with ham, cheese and chile and dusted with sugar. Inspired by all of the homey comfort, Rick makes a nourishing frijol con puerco and a hojaldra all his own.

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Jun 4, 6:30pm Sara's Weeknight Meals
Jewish Holidays (26 min)

Sara celebrates the Jewish holidays with two traditional dishes that are often tricky to prepare. She takes viewers through the process, step by step, starting with wine braised brisket. On the side, her husband's Aunt Rifka's recipe for matzo balls they call 'flying discs'. Next, Sara and her nephew visit Stone Barns, the farm and food incubator in Westchester, New York to get fresh winter vegetables for her root vegetable latkes, Sara's version of the traditional Hanukkah dish. Recipes: Braised brisket with flying disks; Root vegetable latkes.

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Jun 4, 7:00pm Ask This Old House
Hawaii Makes 50 (26 min)

That makes 50! The guys complete the show's run of every U.S. state. Tom learns how to create a unique keepsake box from island materials in Build It. Richard looks at a new way to store solar energy. Roger helps a family grow an organic garden.

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Online episodes available
Jun 4, 7:30pm Rick Steves' Europe
Greece's Peloponnese (26 min)

Island getaways are fun, but the real heart of Greece is found in the Peloponnese Peninsula. After enjoying the charming old port town of Nafplio, we'll time-trip through the ruins of Olympia, take center stage at the remarkably preserved theater at Epidauros, and explore the ancient capital of Mycenae. Then we'll wander off the beaten path along the rustic, rough-and-tumble Mani Peninsula, relax in the idyllic beach town of Kardymli and marvel at Greece's Rock of Gibraltar: the fortress town of Monemvasia.

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Online episodes available
Jun 4, 8:00pm Travel with Kids
South Africa's Lemurs, Ostriches Caves & Crags (29 min)

Continue along South Africa's garden route near Hog Hollow. Pet a cheetah! Crawl through caves at Cango. Meet strange creatures at the Cango Animal sanctuary. Lean about Ostriches and the Ostrich feather boomtimes of this Dutch colonial region. Ride elephants and walk with Meerkats. Tour a lively township learning how the locals live and get swarmed by crazy friendly lemurs.

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Jun 4, 8:30pm Martha Bakes
Mid-Atlantic (26 min)

Join Martha as she shares four mouthwatering regional favorites from the Mid-Atlantic. In this episode, Martha introduces a local summertime favorite, Baltimore peach cake, teaches the technique for perfectly twisted kaiser rolls, and whips up a delectable black raspberry crumb cake. Plus, black and white cookies, a New York City favorite. Homemade treats your family will adore!

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Online episodes available
Jun 4, 9:00pm America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated
Grilled Chicken and Salad with a Kick (26 min)

Test cook Becky Hays shows host Christopher Kimball how to make the perfect peri peri grilled chicken. Then, equipment expert Adam Ried reviews the latest grill gadgets in the Equipment Corner. Next, Chris answers cooking questions in Letters to the Editor. Finally, test cook Bridget Lancaster uncovers the secrets to making the best pita bread salad with tomatoes and cucumber.

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Jun 4, 9:30pm 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.

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Online episodes available
Jun 4, 10:00pm Hubert Keller: Secrets of a Chef
 Hubert Keller: Secrets of a Chef
One-Pot Favorites (28 min)

Chef Keller makes an Alsatian favorite, choucroute or sauerkraut served with an array of seafood. Then he heads to the South for a deep, richly-flavored gumbo made with an assortment of great sausage and chicken. Seafood Medley with Choucroute, & Chef Keller's Gumbo.

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Jun 4, 10:30pm Burt Wolf: Travels & Traditions
It's A Good Thing (26 min)

When Burt started traveling around the world, the hotels, restaurants, airlines, and just about every other business he encountered had been started by a man, today, half the businesses he deals with were put together by entrepreneurial women and as Martha Stewart would say, "That's a good thing". In this program Burt travels around looking at the tradition of women entrepreneurs.

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Jun 4, 11:00pm Martha Bakes
Mid-Atlantic (26 min)

Join Martha as she shares four mouthwatering regional favorites from the Mid-Atlantic. In this episode, Martha introduces a local summertime favorite, Baltimore peach cake, teaches the technique for perfectly twisted kaiser rolls, and whips up a delectable black raspberry crumb cake. Plus, black and white cookies, a New York City favorite. Homemade treats your family will adore!

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Online episodes available
Jun 4, 11:30pm America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated
Grilled Chicken and Salad with a Kick (26 min)

Test cook Becky Hays shows host Christopher Kimball how to make the perfect peri peri grilled chicken. Then, equipment expert Adam Ried reviews the latest grill gadgets in the Equipment Corner. Next, Chris answers cooking questions in Letters to the Editor. Finally, test cook Bridget Lancaster uncovers the secrets to making the best pita bread salad with tomatoes and cucumber.

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Jun 5 12:00am Mexico -- One Plate at a Time with Rick Bayless
Baking Up Comfort (26 min)

David Sterling, chef and author of "Yucatan: Recipes from a Culinary Expedition," brings Rick on a whirlwind tour of the peninsula. The pair of Oklahoma-born, Mexico-obsessed chefs begin their journey with a conversation in Hunucma, where Dona Lupita serves home-cooked meals at the kitchen table of her family's cocina economica. Though the Yucatan is not known for its bakeries, David goes to the rustic wood-burning ovens at Panaderia Liz in Merida. Then it's back to the gorgeous kitchen at Los Dos Cooking School, where David makes a pan of buttery, indulgent hojaldras - a sweet-and-savory pastry stuffed with ham, cheese and chile and dusted with sugar. Inspired by all of the homey comfort, Rick makes a nourishing frijol con puerco and a hojaldra all his own.

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Jun 5, 12:30am Sara's Weeknight Meals
Jewish Holidays (26 min)

Sara celebrates the Jewish holidays with two traditional dishes that are often tricky to prepare. She takes viewers through the process, step by step, starting with wine braised brisket. On the side, her husband's Aunt Rifka's recipe for matzo balls they call 'flying discs'. Next, Sara and her nephew visit Stone Barns, the farm and food incubator in Westchester, New York to get fresh winter vegetables for her root vegetable latkes, Sara's version of the traditional Hanukkah dish. Recipes: Braised brisket with flying disks; Root vegetable latkes.

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Jun 5, 1:00am Ask This Old House
Hawaii Makes 50 (26 min)

That makes 50! The guys complete the show's run of every U.S. state. Tom learns how to create a unique keepsake box from island materials in Build It. Richard looks at a new way to store solar energy. Roger helps a family grow an organic garden.

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Online episodes available
Jun 5, 1:30am Rick Steves' Europe
Greece's Peloponnese (26 min)

Island getaways are fun, but the real heart of Greece is found in the Peloponnese Peninsula. After enjoying the charming old port town of Nafplio, we'll time-trip through the ruins of Olympia, take center stage at the remarkably preserved theater at Epidauros, and explore the ancient capital of Mycenae. Then we'll wander off the beaten path along the rustic, rough-and-tumble Mani Peninsula, relax in the idyllic beach town of Kardymli and marvel at Greece's Rock of Gibraltar: the fortress town of Monemvasia.

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Online episodes available
Jun 5, 2:00am Travel with Kids
South Africa's Lemurs, Ostriches Caves & Crags (29 min)

Continue along South Africa's garden route near Hog Hollow. Pet a cheetah! Crawl through caves at Cango. Meet strange creatures at the Cango Animal sanctuary. Lean about Ostriches and the Ostrich feather boomtimes of this Dutch colonial region. Ride elephants and walk with Meerkats. Tour a lively township learning how the locals live and get swarmed by crazy friendly lemurs.

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Jun 5, 2:30am Martha Bakes
Mid-Atlantic (26 min)

Join Martha as she shares four mouthwatering regional favorites from the Mid-Atlantic. In this episode, Martha introduces a local summertime favorite, Baltimore peach cake, teaches the technique for perfectly twisted kaiser rolls, and whips up a delectable black raspberry crumb cake. Plus, black and white cookies, a New York City favorite. Homemade treats your family will adore!

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Online episodes available
Jun 5, 3:00am Quilting Arts
Quilting Arts
Paint It! (29 min)

Paint is a great way to alter the surface of art quilts. Cecile Whatman explains the ins and outs of building a painted surface with depth and movement. Desiree Habicht shows how versatile acrylic paint on fiber can be by improving and accentuating details with paint.

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Jun 5, 3:30am Paint This with Jerry Yarnell
Chesapeake Bay Visitors, Part 4 (29 min)

In this final session, Jerry recaps the importance of creating good compositional eye-flow of the Canadian Geese. Then he shows how to properly under-paint the geese in the proper values and hues using the small sable and synthetic chisel-edge brushes. Now Jerry shows how to add the taller weeds using the chisel-edge brushes and the script brush. Then Jerry finishes up by detailing the geese and explaining how you can use your artistic license to finish up by adding your own unique touches.

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Jun 5, 4:00am BBQ With Franklin
Sausage (26 min)

Sausage, often a BBQ afterthought, is now finding reason to take center plate. Aaron makes sausage from scratch and visits some folks who are pushing the boundaries of artisan sausage-making.

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Online episodes available
Jun 5, 4:30am 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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Jun 5, 5:00am P. Allen Smith's Garden to Table