KET2 TV Guide Listings

Live TV schedule for KET2 in the Lexington Area

This is the KET2 TV schedule for the next 12 hours within the Lexington Area. You can view other local TV listings by going back to the full TV guide schedule.

12:00 PMChristina Cooks: Back to the Cutting Board 
Recipes include: veggie hotpot with biscuit topping; brussels sprouts with shiitake, daikon, and baby carrots; and sesame hiziki salad.
12:30 PMA Taste of History 
Chef Staib goes to a Louisville homestead and makes burgoo, chicken leek pie, and other dishes.
1:00 PMLidia's Kitchen 
As a child, Lidia's courtyard was home to several animals. She spent a lot of time with chickens, as she would tend to them and gather their eggs. In this episode, Lidia recollects those fond memories and creates a medley of vegetables, salumi, cheese, and more.
1:30 PMSimply Ming 
Spotlighting king of fusion cooking, master chef Susur Lee. Hailed by Food and Wine as one of the "ten chefs of the millennium," Susur makes a grilled eggplant on polenta crouton, served with a tuna XO, and a simple arugula salad with a lemon and olive oil dressing. Ming follows that up with a tuna tataki served up with eggplant caviar and a drizzle of curry oil.
2:00 PMGeorge Hirsch Lifestyle 
George visits a historic bicentennial farm dating back to 1661, which is one of the oldest cultivated farms in the country. Then in the kitchen, he prepares a fresh berry and fennel salad with old school dressing, perfect roast chicken with cherry sauce, and peach pie.
2:30 PMTravels With Darley 
A road trip spotlights Virginia and Maryland.
3:00 PMThe Travel Detective With Peter Greenberg 
Snorkeling in a national park and a blossoming art scene are highlighted in Baja California Sur.
3:30 PMTennessee's Wild Side 
Outdoor activities in Tennessee are featured, including hunting, fishing, hiking and camping.
4:00 PMThis Old House 
From demo day and design, to selecting the finishing touches, we follow every step as the homeowners decide on the components and the crew converts a decades-old butler's pantry kitchen into an up-to-date kitchen for the future.
4:30 PMAsk This Old House 
Jenn explains how various climates across the United States impact the design, care and maintenance of different landscapes, which includes discussing USDA Hardiness Zones and native plant species.
5:00 PMChristina Cooks: Back to the Cutting Board 
Recipes include: veggie hotpot with biscuit topping; brussels sprouts with shiitake, daikon, and baby carrots; and sesame hiziki salad.
5:30 PMA Taste of History 
Chef Staib goes to a Louisville homestead and makes burgoo, chicken leek pie, and other dishes.
6:00 PMLidia's Kitchen 
As a child, Lidia's courtyard was home to several animals. She spent a lot of time with chickens, as she would tend to them and gather their eggs. In this episode, Lidia recollects those fond memories and creates a medley of vegetables, salumi, cheese, and more.
6:30 PMSimply Ming 
Spotlighting king of fusion cooking, master chef Susur Lee. Hailed by Food and Wine as one of the "ten chefs of the millennium," Susur makes a grilled eggplant on polenta crouton, served with a tuna XO, and a simple arugula salad with a lemon and olive oil dressing. Ming follows that up with a tuna tataki served up with eggplant caviar and a drizzle of curry oil.
7:00 PMFinding Your Roots With Henry Louis Gates Jr. 
Larry David and Bernie Sanders trace their roots from 1940s Brooklyn back to Jewish communities in Eastern Europe and discover they have more in common than they thought.
8:00 PMDoc Martin 
Louisa and Martin have their first therapy session together; and Martin lets a lad work for him, but Morwenna isn't happy when the boy tries to boss her around.
9:00 PMWest Side Story 
Rival New York street gangs war in Manhattan over turf boundaries while two youths fall in love, but they are from opposing groups.
11:30 PMComment on Kentucky 
Journalists from around the state discuss news of the day.
12:00 AMWhat to Eat When with Dr. Michael Roizen and Michael Crupain 
Dr. Michael Roizen discusses making food choices and demystifies the intermittent fasting trend.

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