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Monday, August 31
Time
Program
3:00 AM
Ask This Old House
“Mailbox Replacement; Window Anatomy; Old Door Re-use”
Replacing a mailbox damaged by a snowplow; and reusing an old door in a new opening. Also: window anatomy.
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3:30 AM
Rick Steves' Europe
“Amsterdam”
Amsterdam is toured.
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4:00 AM
Music Voyager
“Albany-Columbus, GA”
A visit to Georgia stops in Albany, where Rutha Mae Harris—one of the original Freedom Singers—performs every second Saturday. Also: the Columbus home of Ma Rainey (1886-1939), the Mother of the Blues.
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4:30 AM
Martha Bakes
“Pumpkin”
Pumpkin pecan pie; cheesecake swirled with pumpkin; pumpkin bread; and deep dish pumpkin pie.
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5:00 AM
Quilting Arts
“Everything Old Is New Again”
A quilt inspired by Jane Austen's "Persuasion"; a clamshell pattern embellished with big stitching; and a tie-dyeing method that uses ink pens.
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5:30 AM
Painting the Town With Eric Dowdle
“Solvang, CA”
Solvang, Cal., is visited. Situated in the Santa Ynez Valley, it was settled by Danish pioneers more than 100 years ago.
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6:00 AM
Sara's Weeknight Meals
“Vegan With Adam Sobel”
Chef Adam Sobel shows how to make Korean barbecue tofu tacos and ancho chili-black bean potato skins.
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6:30 AM
Healthful Indian Flavors With Alamelu
“Glorious Vegetables”
Vegetable kurma; tomato rice with green onions; and okra masala.
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7:00 AM
Martin Yan's Taste of Vietnam
“A Village in the Highlands”
Trung Do, a tribal village in Vietnam's Northern Highlands, is visited. Recipes include chicken and mushroom rice in a clay pot; and shaking beef.
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7:30 AM
Taste the Islands With Chef Irie
“Rich & Refreshing”
Coconut pumpkin rum soup; picadillo meatballs; chayote salad; and cucumber lemonade. Also: a conversation about food with reggae singer Maxi Priest.
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8:00 AM
Rick Steves' Rome: Eternally Engaging
A tour of Rome highlights Bernini's Baroque Rome, the Vatican, hidden neighborhoods and the city's romantic nightspots.
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9:00 AM
This Old House
“Lexington Project 2015: Down to the Wire”
Installing tall fescue, which needs less water and fertilizer than other varieties; and designing the great room's entertainment center. Also: the finished mechanical room; and the final heating and cooling decisions.
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9:30 AM
Rough Cut: Woodworking With Tommy Mac
“Keepsake Box”
Making a keepsake box; creating a herringbone veneer pattern for its top.
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10:00 AM
P. Allen Smith's Garden Home
“Embracing the Backyard”
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10:30 AM
Beads, Baubles, and Jewels
“Wire It Up”
How to make wire frames; and illusion-style necklaces with crystals.
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11:00 AM
Quilting Arts
“Everything Old Is New Again”
A quilt inspired by Jane Austen's "Persuasion"; a clamshell pattern embellished with big stitching; and a tie-dyeing method that uses ink pens.
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11:30 AM
Painting the Town With Eric Dowdle
“Solvang, CA”
Solvang, Cal., is visited. Situated in the Santa Ynez Valley, it was settled by Danish pioneers more than 100 years ago.
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12:00 PM
Sara's Weeknight Meals
“Vegan With Adam Sobel”
Chef Adam Sobel shows how to make Korean barbecue tofu tacos and ancho chili-black bean potato skins.
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12:30 PM
Healthful Indian Flavors With Alamelu
“Glorious Vegetables”
Vegetable kurma; tomato rice with green onions; and okra masala.
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1:00 PM
Martin Yan's Taste of Vietnam
“A Village in the Highlands”
Trung Do, a tribal village in Vietnam's Northern Highlands, is visited. Recipes include chicken and mushroom rice in a clay pot; and shaking beef.
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1:30 PM
Taste the Islands With Chef Irie
“Rich & Refreshing”
Coconut pumpkin rum soup; picadillo meatballs; chayote salad; and cucumber lemonade. Also: a conversation about food with reggae singer Maxi Priest.
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2:00 PM
Rick Steves' Rome: Eternally Engaging
A tour of Rome highlights Bernini's Baroque Rome, the Vatican, hidden neighborhoods and the city's romantic nightspots.
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3:00 PM
Rick Steves' Europe
“South Ireland: Waterford to the Ring of Kerry”
South Ireland: Waterford to Kerry. Included: a crystal-glass factory, the Kennedy homestead and fortresses.
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3:30 PM
Rough Cut: Woodworking With Tommy Mac
“Keepsake Box”
Making a keepsake box; creating a herringbone veneer pattern for its top.
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4:00 PM
P. Allen Smith's Garden Home
“Embracing the Backyard”
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4:30 PM
Beads, Baubles, and Jewels
“Wire It Up”
How to make wire frames; and illusion-style necklaces with crystals.
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5:00 PM
This Old House
“Lexington Project 2015: Down to the Wire”
Installing tall fescue, which needs less water and fertilizer than other varieties; and designing the great room's entertainment center. Also: the finished mechanical room; and the final heating and cooling decisions.
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5:30 PM
BBQ With Franklin
“Fire & Smoke”
The importance of wood is discussed. Included: tips for building a fire; and how to use smoke for more than cooking meat.
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6:00 PM
Simply Ming
“Kangaroo Island”
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6:30 PM
Jacques Pepin: More Fast Food My Way
“Game Day Pressure”
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7:00 PM
Lidia's Kitchen
“Dinnertime Soup and Sandwich”
Spinach and chickpea soup; an Italian-style baked toast sandwich; and oatmeal crepes.
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7:30 PM
Cook's Country
“Old-Fashioned Sunday Suppers”
Skillet-roasted chicken and stuffing; pork chops with vinegar peppers; chicken stock made in a pressure cooker. Also: food-saver gadgets.
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8:00 PM
Joanne Weir Gets Fresh
“Winter Squash”
Pasta with roasted butternut squash, toasted walnuts, sage and parsley; grana padano and white balsamic vinaigrette; and kabocha soup.
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8:30 PM
BBQ With Franklin
“Fire & Smoke”
The importance of wood is discussed. Included: tips for building a fire; and how to use smoke for more than cooking meat.
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9:00 PM
This Old House
“Lexington Project 2015: Down to the Wire”
Installing tall fescue, which needs less water and fertilizer than other varieties; and designing the great room's entertainment center. Also: the finished mechanical room; and the final heating and cooling decisions.
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9:30 PM
Rick Steves' Europe
“South Ireland: Waterford to the Ring of Kerry”
South Ireland: Waterford to Kerry. Included: a crystal-glass factory, the Kennedy homestead and fortresses.
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10:00 PM
Joseph Rosendo's Travelscope
“Hong Kong - Asia's World City”
A tour of Hong Kong highlights luxury hotels, designer shops and Michelin-star restaurants as well as the city's local neighborhoods and markets.
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10:30 PM
Lidia's Kitchen
“Dinnertime Soup and Sandwich”
Spinach and chickpea soup; an Italian-style baked toast sandwich; and oatmeal crepes.
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11:00 PM
Cook's Country
“Old-Fashioned Sunday Suppers”
Skillet-roasted chicken and stuffing; pork chops with vinegar peppers; chicken stock made in a pressure cooker. Also: food-saver gadgets.
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11:30 PM
Simply Ming
“Kangaroo Island”
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