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Saturday, March 28
Time
Program
7:30 AM
Essential Pépin
“Eggs-Quisite”
Quiche with bacon; eggs Jeannette; flan with green herbs; spinach, ham and Parmesan soufflé.
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8:00 AM
Joanne Weir's Cooking Confidence
“Italian Flavor or Slow Food, Italian Style”
The Season 2 premiere features spinach and fennel salad with prosciutto di San Daniele; Tuscan pot roast; and a creamy polenta.
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8:30 AM
Victory Garden's edibleFeast
The organic approach to dairy farming; a North Carolina farmer who grows heirloom corn and sugar cane. Also: harvesting greens for use in a crisp spinach salad.
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9:00 AM
Ciao Italia
“Little Cheese Plates; Piattini del Formaggio”
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9:30 AM
Healthful Indian Flavors With Alamelu
Spinach poriyal; spinach rice with cashews; chicken curry; beets with coconut poriyal.
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10:00 AM
The Cooking Odyssey
“Rapsani; Olympos”
A visit to Mount Olympus includes a stop at a vineyard. Also: making stifatho, moustalevria and spanakopita.
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10:30 AM
Cooking 80/20 With Robin Shea
“Meatless Monday”
Healthy and indulgent recipes are shared in this series, beginning with spinach burgers and zucchini fries; frozen banana peanut butter graham cracker sandwiches; and magic chocolate cobbler with ice cream and cherries.
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11:00 AM
Kevin Dundon's Back to Basics
“Eggs”
The importance of eggs is explained in the first episode of the cooking series. Recipes include hollandaise sauce; eggs Benedict; two cheese omelet; goat cheese and basil scrambled eggs; meringues; and raspberry soufflé.
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11:30 AM
Simply Ming
“Cooking at Home: Miso”
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12:00 PM
Essential Pépin
“Eggs-Quisite”
Quiche with bacon; eggs Jeannette; flan with green herbs; spinach, ham and Parmesan soufflé.
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12:30 PM
Lidia's Kitchen
“Michelangelo's Favorite Pasta”
Florentine-style mafalde; loin lamb chops in a red wine sauce; and apple cake.
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1:00 PM
Cook's Country From America's Test Kitchen
“Picnic in the Country”
The Season 6 premiere shares how to make perfect honey fried chicken; chicken broth; and Amish potato salad. Also: the top cutting boards.
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1:30 PM
New Scandinavian Cooking
“Drama on a Plate”
The port town of Skien in eastern Norway, which is the birthplace of celebrated playwright Henrik Ibsen, is visited. Included: making herring salad and a dessert made with buttermilk; and cooking wild duck over an open fire.
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2:00 PM
Kevin Dundon's Back to Basics
“Eggs”
The importance of eggs is explained in the first episode of the cooking series. Recipes include hollandaise sauce; eggs Benedict; two cheese omelet; goat cheese and basil scrambled eggs; meringues; and raspberry soufflé.
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2:30 PM
This Old House
“Lexington Project 2015: Conservation Concerns”
A covered gutter is installed; the infiltration system to disperse water from gutters into the ground is detailed; native plants that will return part of the lawn back to nature are discussed; and how existing aluminum wiring is being worked with.
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3:00 PM
Rick Steves' Europe
“Paris: Embracing Life and Art”
Conclusion. In Paris, stops include the Cluny Museum; Sainte-Chapelle; and Père Lachaise Cemetery. Also: the Parisian café scene.
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3:30 PM
Joseph Rosendo's Travelscope
“Dreamin' California's Coast - Malibu to Big Sur”
A tour of the California coast visits the Getty Villa; Big Sur; Malibu wineries; Mission Santa Barbara; the Sycamore hot springs; Hearst Castle in San Simeon; and Point Dume State Beach in Malibu.
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4:00 PM
Lidia's Kitchen
“Michelangelo's Favorite Pasta”
Florentine-style mafalde; loin lamb chops in a red wine sauce; and apple cake.
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4:30 PM
Cook's Country From America's Test Kitchen
“Picnic in the Country”
The Season 6 premiere shares how to make perfect honey fried chicken; chicken broth; and Amish potato salad. Also: the top cutting boards.
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5:00 PM
Baking with Julia
“Michel Richard”
Michel Richard prepares apricot pastries and torte Milanese. Julia Child hosts.
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5:30 PM
Cooking With Nick Stellino
“Delicious Chicken Dinner”
The cooking series opens with chicken provolone with tomato sauce; and a salad with spinach, arugula and shallots.
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6:00 PM
Christina Cooks
“Red Blooded Nutrition”
Dishes rich in folic acid, including a spinach salad with candied peanuts and mangoes; and kale-filled ravioli.
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6:30 PM
Sara's Weeknight Meals
“I'm Cheating on You”
Short cuts that don't diminish the outcome. Included: sticky buns without yeast; baked risotto with red wine; sweet potatoes and duck confit; wonton ravioli stuffed with spinach, ricotta and mozzarella.
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7:00 PM
Ciao Italia
“Give Me Scallops!; Dammi Cappesante!”
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7:30 PM
Essential Pépin
“Eggs-Quisite”
Quiche with bacon; eggs Jeannette; flan with green herbs; spinach, ham and Parmesan soufflé.
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8:00 PM
Joanne Weir's Cooking Confidence
“Italian Flavor or Slow Food, Italian Style”
The Season 2 premiere features spinach and fennel salad with prosciutto di San Daniele; Tuscan pot roast; and a creamy polenta.
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8:30 PM
Victory Garden's edibleFeast
The organic approach to dairy farming; a North Carolina farmer who grows heirloom corn and sugar cane. Also: harvesting greens for use in a crisp spinach salad.
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9:00 PM
Ciao Italia
“Little Cheese Plates; Piattini del Formaggio”
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9:30 PM
Healthful Indian Flavors With Alamelu
Spinach poriyal; spinach rice with cashews; chicken curry; beets with coconut poriyal.
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10:00 PM
The Cooking Odyssey
“Rapsani; Olympos”
A visit to Mount Olympus includes a stop at a vineyard. Also: making stifatho, moustalevria and spanakopita.
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10:30 PM
Cooking 80/20 With Robin Shea
“Meatless Monday”
Healthy and indulgent recipes are shared in this series, beginning with spinach burgers and zucchini fries; frozen banana peanut butter graham cracker sandwiches; and magic chocolate cobbler with ice cream and cherries.
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11:00 PM
America's Test Kitchen
“Decadent Desserts”
Chocolate tart; butterscotch pudding. Also: kitchen gadgets.
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11:30 PM
Simply Ming
“Cooking at Home: Miso”
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