This is the AETN Create/Kids TV schedule for the next 12 hours within the Memphis Area. You can view other local TV listings by going back to the full TV guide schedule.
|9:00 AM||Leah Chase - The Queen of Creole Cuisine |
|10:00 AM||No Passport Required |
The Ethiopian community in the nation's capital is celebrated.
|11:00 AM||Fly Brother With Ernest White II |
|11:30 AM||The Hook |
Chef Ricky Moore traces the journey of the bonefish he loves from ocean to plate. Going behind-the-scenes with chef Ricky at his Durham restaurant, Saltbox Seafood Joint, to highlight the seafood traditions of North Carolina's coastline and celebrate the contributions of black chefs and fishermen to coastal food culture.
|12:00 PM||No Passport Required |
The cuisine and culture of Miami's Haitian community.
|1:00 PM||Afro-Latino Travels with Kim Ha |
|1:30 PM||Fly Brother With Ernest White II |
|2:00 PM||This Old House |
The once rotting Seaside Victorian Cottage is restored to its original beauty under the guidelines of the Historic Commission. A new addition matches the existing architectural details. New hardscape and landscape anchor it to the corner lot.
|2:30 PM||Ask This Old House |
Richard explains how to install a garbage disposal and Mark and Jenn reface a concrete wall.
|3:00 PM||America's Test Kitchen |
Test cook Keith Dresser makes host Julia Collin Davison the perfect pan-seared swordfish steaks with caper-currant relish. Tasting expert Jack Bishop challenges host Bridget Lancaster to a tasting of supermarket capers.
|3:30 PM||Cook's Country |
Mississippi mud pie; and whoopie pies. Also: reviews of small food processors.
|4:00 PM||Rick Steves' European Travel Tips & Tricks |
Travel expert Rick Steves shares the ingredients for smart European travel, which include itinerary planning; packing light; getting cash; avoiding crowds (and pickpockets); using mobile devices; getting around by train or rental car; and finding hotels and restaurants.
|5:00 PM||Rick Steves' Europe |
Visits to Helsinki and Tallinn, Estonia. Included: Helsinki's neoclassical old town and steamy saunas; Tallinn's medieval charm.
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