This is the KUED Create TV schedule for the next 12 hours within the Salt Lake City Area. You can view other local TV listings by going back to the full TV guide schedule.
|8:30 PM||Cook's Country |
Christie Morrison prepares Spice Crusted Steaks. Ashley Moore makes Grilled Bacon Burgers with Caramelized Onion.
|9:00 PM||America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated |
|9:30 PM||Cook's Country |
Detroit-style pizza; and fettuccine with butter and cheese. Also: rasp-style graters.
|10:00 PM||America's Test Kitchen |
The secrets to the ultimate roast chicken with warm bread salad; white miso tasting; how to make a foolproof skillet-roasted Brussels sprouts with chile, peanuts, and mint.
|10:30 PM||Cook's Country |
Bryan Roof makes Grilled Jerk Chicken. Adam Ried and Bridget Lancaster talk about grill brushes.
|11:00 PM||America's Test Kitchen |
The secrets of making foolproof all-butter pie dough and chocolate cream pie; a tasting of cocoa powder; and a dark chocolate fudge sauce.
|11:30 PM||Cook's Country |
Triple chocolate sticky buns; milk chocolate; thin and crispy chocolate chip cookies.
|12:00 AM||America's Test Kitchen |
A new method in making Sloppy Joes; talking about the importance of cookie sizes; and tips in making the perfect Chocolate Chip Cookie Ice Cream Sandwiches.
|12:30 AM||Yan Can Cook: Spice Kingdom |
Sichuan is a mountainous region, best known for its spicy cuisine. But the Sichuan locals who have been living in these mountains for centuries have another bragging point—music. Mountain music is used not only for expression but to record local history. Martin meets up with Mr. Zhang, a famous mountain singer, and learns about the culture and cuisine of the mountains.
|1:00 AM||A Chef's Life |
Vivian visits a neighbor's peanut farm; and learns about an old school-break snack of salted peanuts and Pepsi from her father. Later, she makes Pepsi-glazed pork belly with country ham-braised peanuts; and reinvents boiled peanuts.
|1:30 AM||America's Test Kitchen |
Bridget Lancaster and Julia Collin Davison make plum-ginger pie with whole wheat lattice-top crust. Equipment expert Adam Ried reveals his top pick for small stand mixers.
|2:00 AM||This Old House |
Tom Silva fabricates a decorative bracket; Richard Trethewey heats the new kitchen space, and interior designer Lisey Good demonstrates smart storage solutions.
|2:30 AM||American Woodshop |
Turning custom kitchen cutlery and shaping SpectraPly rainbow ice cream paddles.
|3:00 AM||Rick Steves' Europe |
Salzburg and vicinity. Included: summer bobsledding; boat rides in the Salzkammergut Lake District; the romantic town of Hallstatt.
|3:30 AM||The Best of The Joy of Painting |
Bob Ross paints a gorgeous river gently flowing under protective branches of lovely trees.
|4:00 AM||Classical Stretch by Essentrics |
A quad-strengthening workout.
|4:30 AM||Happy Yoga With Sarah Starr new |
The Season 4 premiere features gentle seated exercises for the abdominal muscles. Included: moves to ignite the core as well as activate the hip flexors and quadriceps.
|5:00 AM||Fons & Porter's Love of Quilting |
Using gridded freemotion quilting designs will add elegance to quilts and it is easy to stitch.
|5:30 AM||Landscapes Through Time With David Dunlop |
The techniques and palette of Winslow Homer (1836-1910) are discussed during a visit to Prouts Neck, Maine, where he lived for the final 27 years of his life. Included: painting a coastal scene.
|6:00 AM||This Old House |
|6:30 AM||Classic Woodworking |
A Shaker-inspired blanket chest with drawer and bracket feet is featured, including cherry on the exterior and white pine panels on the interior.
|7:00 AM||P. Allen Smith's Garden Home |
Groups that give back to the community.
|7:30 AM||Growing a Greener World |
Spotlighting an Atlanta couple who has been creating paradise in their own home garden for over 30 years.
|8:00 AM||America's Test Kitchen |
|8:30 AM||Cook's Country |
Christopher Kimball and the crew of "America's Test Kitchen" feature American classic dishes. This time, they revisit traditional Southern fares, namely, one-batch fried chicken, North Carolina cheese biscuits, and strawberry spreads.
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