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Programs for Create on Friday, June 22, 2018
12:00 AM
Primal Grill with Steven Raichlen Vegetarians at the Grill (TV-G) Grilled pepper salad; paella primavera with grilled vegetables; fire-roasted apples stuffed with cream cheese and apricot preserves.
12:30 AM
Curious Traveler Curious Bordeaux (HD, TV-G) Christine visits Bordeaux in southwestern France to examine Bordeaux Cathedral, the origins of Parisian architecture, and the city's association with wine.
1:00 AM
Martha Stewart's Cooking School Chicken (HD, TV-G) Martha highlights various ways to prepare chicken as she shows interested viewers how to make chicken paillard, chicken pot pie and spatchcocked chicken.
1:30 AM
America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated Italian Vegetarian (TV-G) Julia demonstrates how to prepare eggplant involtini; gadget expert Lisa McManus discusses microwave pasta cookers; Bridget prepares fusilli with ricotta.
2:00 AM
Moveable Feast with Fine Cooking Davidson, North Carolina - Joe & Katy Kindred (HD, TV-G) Restaurant owners Joe and Katy Kindred prepare North Carolina oysters and shrimp rolls, pasta and clams, and a strawberry shortcake dessert.
2:30 AM
Mike Colameco's Real Food (HD, TV-G) Host Mike Colameco showcases a behind-the-scenes look at the best kitchens in the world and interviews critically acclaimed chefs of world class restaurants.
3:00 AM
Rough Cut with Fine Woodworking Shaker-Inspired Hall Table (TV-G) Host Tom McLaughlin uses hand tools to craft a Shaker-inspired hall table with tapered legs and a beveled edge out of cherry wood.
3:30 AM
Joseph Rosendo's Travelscope Sechselauten - Switzerland's Spring Festival (TV-G) Host Joseph Rosendo adventures to Zürich where he celebrates Sechseläuten, a special spring holiday whose roots date back to medieval times.
4:00 AM
Two for the Road China Part 2: The Spectacle of Southern China (HD, TV-G)
4:30 AM
Martha Stewart's Cooking School Chicken (HD, TV-G) Martha highlights various ways to prepare chicken as she shows interested viewers how to make chicken paillard, chicken pot pie and spatchcocked chicken.
5:00 AM
Fresh Quilting Go Free Form (HD, TV-G)
5:30 AM
Paint This with Jerry Yarnell Powerful, Proud, and Free, Part 4 (HD, TV-G) Jerry showcases the proper technique for adding highlights and bright rays to the painting of the sunset, and he shares tips for painting a statue.
6:00 AM
Lucky Chow Made in China (HD, TV-G) Danielle tours an industrial kitchen where "confinement meals" are served to new mothers; a secret Manhattan cocktail den, serving the fiery liquor baijiu.
6:30 AM
The Jazzy Vegetarian Pasta Love (HD, TV-G) Host Laura Theodore demonstrates how to cook up quick and easy plant-based recipes, showing viewers how easy it is to add vegetarian options to meals.
7:00 AM
P. Allen Smith's Garden to Table Cooking for Old-Fashioned Flavor (TV-G) Allen learns to use old-fashioned cooking tools when he visits an 18th-century cooking expert and shares a recipe for a delicious blackberry jam cake.
7:30 AM
Essential Pepin Fine Finishes (HD, TV-G) Chef Pépin prepares cheesecake with apricot-blueberry sauce, flan a la vanilla with caramel-cognac sauce, chocolate mousse and bread and butter pudding.
8:00 AM
Rhythm Abroad Spain (HD, TV-G) Brittany finds her inner Spanish gypsy in the Andalucía region of Spain as she learns the Flamenco, and later she explores the city of Seville.
8:30 AM
Joseph Rosendo's Travelscope Dreamin' California's Coast - Malibu to Big Sur (TV-G) Joseph Rosendo is joined by Julie and they celebrate their anniversary starting in Southern California and visit Topanga, Santa Barbara, and San Luis Obispo.
9:00 AM
This Old House A Few Good Landscapers (HD, TV-G) Tom showcases how to create forms for a new foundation and pours concrete; Richard prepares the house for a safe demolition; mold is discovered.
9:30 AM
A Craftsman's Legacy The Medieval Armor Maker (HD, TV-G) Host Eric meets with a craftsman who has been making medieval and Renaissance armor for more than twenty years and engages in a little jousting.
10:00 AM
P. Allen Smith's Garden Home Lessons from the Past (HD, TV-G) The host strolls through some of the most beautiful gardens in the U.S. and Europe to illustrate principles of design that can be used in any home or backyard.
10:30 AM
Make48 (HD, TV-G) The top three products begin their long journey to the marketplace; leading American design firms redesign the products; new prototypes are built and tested.
11:00 AM
Fresh Quilting Go Free Form (HD, TV-G)
11:30 AM
Paint This with Jerry Yarnell Powerful, Proud, and Free, Part 4 (HD, TV-G) Jerry showcases the proper technique for adding highlights and bright rays to the painting of the sunset, and he shares tips for painting a statue.
12:00 PM
Lucky Chow Made in China (HD, TV-G) Danielle tours an industrial kitchen where "confinement meals" are served to new mothers; a secret Manhattan cocktail den, serving the fiery liquor baijiu.
12:30 PM
The Jazzy Vegetarian Pasta Love (HD, TV-G) Host Laura Theodore demonstrates how to cook up quick and easy plant-based recipes, showing viewers how easy it is to add vegetarian options to meals.
1:00 PM
P. Allen Smith's Garden to Table Cooking for Old-Fashioned Flavor (TV-G) Allen learns to use old-fashioned cooking tools when he visits an 18th-century cooking expert and shares a recipe for a delicious blackberry jam cake.
1:30 PM
Essential Pepin Fine Finishes (HD, TV-G) Chef Pépin prepares cheesecake with apricot-blueberry sauce, flan a la vanilla with caramel-cognac sauce, chocolate mousse and bread and butter pudding.
2:00 PM
Rhythm Abroad Spain (HD, TV-G) Brittany finds her inner Spanish gypsy in the Andalucía region of Spain as she learns the Flamenco, and later she explores the city of Seville.
2:30 PM
Joseph Rosendo's Travelscope Dreamin' California's Coast - Malibu to Big Sur (TV-G) Joseph Rosendo is joined by Julie and they celebrate their anniversary starting in Southern California and visit Topanga, Santa Barbara, and San Luis Obispo.
3:00 PM
Rick Steves' Europe Iran's Historic Capitals (TV-G) Rick explores the ceremonial capital of the former Persian Empire in Persepolis, Iran, before paying respect to the tombs of lauded poets in nearby Shiraz.
3:30 PM
A Craftsman's Legacy The Medieval Armor Maker (HD, TV-G) Host Eric meets with a craftsman who has been making medieval and Renaissance armor for more than twenty years and engages in a little jousting.
4:00 PM
P. Allen Smith's Garden Home Lessons from the Past (HD, TV-G) The host strolls through some of the most beautiful gardens in the U.S. and Europe to illustrate principles of design that can be used in any home or backyard.
4:30 PM
Make48 (HD, TV-G) The top three products begin their long journey to the marketplace; leading American design firms redesign the products; new prototypes are built and tested.
5:00 PM
This Old House A Few Good Landscapers (HD, TV-G) Tom showcases how to create forms for a new foundation and pours concrete; Richard prepares the house for a safe demolition; mold is discovered.
5:30 PM
Mike Colameco's Real Food Lilia;Delaware & Hudson (HD, TV-G) Host Mike Colameco showcases a behind-the-scenes look at the best kitchens in the world and interviews critically acclaimed chefs of world class restaurants.
6:00 PM
Simply Ming Todd English (TV-G) Chef Todd English showcases instructions for using the grill to make pizza with fontina fonduta, meatball ribbons, shaved artichokes and Pomodoro fresco.
6:30 PM
Sara's Weeknight Meals Leftovers: Use It or Lose It (TV-G) Sara visits Arkansas to fish for catfish and learns a farmer's favorite way to prepare it; Sara makes peppery vegetarian rice with her friend, Chef Grace Young.
7:00 PM
Lidia's Kitchen A Dinner Party (HD, TV-G) Lidia makes steamed swordfish Bagnara-style, with a mix of lemon, capers and garlic, bloody Mary, and Lagane e cicciari, with chickpeas and pepperoncino.
7:30 PM
Cook's Country from America's Test Kitchen Pork and Pierogi (HD, TV-G) Julia shows Bridget how to prepare a delectable pork roast that has been braised using cider; tasting expert Jack Bishop has a sauerkraut challenge for Bridget.
8:00 PM
A Chef's Life They Call 'Em 'Bagas (HD, TV-G) Vivian gets a lesson in enhancing the bitter and sweet flavors in rutabagas; the restaurant has a busy night that culminates in a New Year's Eve toast.
8:30 PM
Mike Colameco's Real Food Lilia;Delaware & Hudson (HD, TV-G) Host Mike Colameco showcases a behind-the-scenes look at the best kitchens in the world and interviews critically acclaimed chefs of world class restaurants.
9:00 PM
This Old House A Few Good Landscapers (HD, TV-G) Tom showcases how to create forms for a new foundation and pours concrete; Richard prepares the house for a safe demolition; mold is discovered.
9:30 PM
Globe Trekker Wild West USA (TV-PG) The hosts explore the extraordinary history of America's Wild West, including the long journey of Lewis and Clark in 1804, and Zay looks at the Alamo's siege.
10:30 PM
Lidia's Kitchen A Dinner Party (HD, TV-G) Lidia makes steamed swordfish Bagnara-style, with a mix of lemon, capers and garlic, bloody Mary, and Lagane e cicciari, with chickpeas and pepperoncino.
11:00 PM
Cook's Country from America's Test Kitchen Pork and Pierogi (HD, TV-G) Julia shows Bridget how to prepare a delectable pork roast that has been braised using cider; tasting expert Jack Bishop has a sauerkraut challenge for Bridget.
11:30 PM
Simply Ming Todd English (TV-G) Chef Todd English showcases instructions for using the grill to make pizza with fontina fonduta, meatball ribbons, shaved artichokes and Pomodoro fresco.
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