OETA Create TV Guide Listings

Live TV schedule for OETA Create in the Shreveport Area

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

7:00 PMSomewhere South 
A dinner honoring pioneering chef Edna Lewis. Vivian gives porridge the royal treatment and learns about African American contributions to Southern cuisine.
8:00 PMDishing with Julia Child 
José Andrés and Éric Ripert discuss Julia Child's hands-on treatment of a whole fish, how much information she is able to convey, and how she is able to work without any retakes.
8:30 PMDishing with Julia Child 
Following Julia Child's breadmaking recipes for classic pain de mie and a raisin bread, highlighting her role in reorienting people's perception of food, with Vivian Howard, Marcus Samuelsson, Carla Hall and Sara Moulton.
9:00 PMRichard Bangs' Adventures With a Purpose 
A trek along an ancient trade route in Switzerland. Included: why Switzerland became a hub for commerce, ideas, medicines and people.
10:00 PMTo Dine For With Kate Sullivan 
Emily Giffin talks about the anatomy of a best-selling page-turner.
10:30 PMtasteMAKERS 
At Smoking Goose, Chris Eley takes centuries-old meat preservation techniques and makes them his own, creating unique charcuterie that reflects what's coming from Indiana farms. In his aging room, beneficial bacteria and yeast work their magic over a span of weeks, and sometimes years, developing complex flavors and textures that only patience paired with superlative ingredients can produce.
11:00 PMtasteMAKERS 
The rise of artisan baking and craft brewing has spurred a resurgence in locally-milled grain, and Barton Springs Mill is the conduit that gets unique varieties of wheat and ancient types of corn into the hands of Austin's culinary artisans.
11:30 PMAmerica's Test Kitchen 
Millionaire's shortbread. Gateau Breton with apricot filling.
12:00 AMAmerica's Test Kitchen 
Pub-style steak and ale pie. Boston brown bread.
12:30 AMJazzy Vegetarian 
Mid-day meals, including vegan zucchini summer quiche; jicama-spinach salad with cranberry-pecan biscuits; and chilled avocado soup. Guests include T. Colin Campbell and Rachelle Carson-Begley.
1:00 AMDishing with Julia Child 
José Andrés and Éric Ripert discuss Julia Child's hands-on treatment of a whole fish, how much information she is able to convey, and how she is able to work without any retakes.
1:30 AMDishing with Julia Child 
Following Julia Child's breadmaking recipes for classic pain de mie and a raisin bread, highlighting her role in reorienting people's perception of food, with Vivian Howard, Marcus Samuelsson, Carla Hall and Sara Moulton.
2:00 AMSomewhere South 
A dinner honoring pioneering chef Edna Lewis. Vivian gives porridge the royal treatment and learns about African American contributions to Southern cuisine.
3:00 AMRichard Bangs' Adventures With a Purpose 
A trek along an ancient trade route in Switzerland. Included: why Switzerland became a hub for commerce, ideas, medicines and people.
4:00 AMNew Day, New Chef 
Featuring food-blogger and fitness specialist Audrey Dunham, who makes her roasted vegetable tacos with chipotle pomegranate sauce and shares her secret to staying in shape. Author and personal trainer Jane Elizabeth cooks her crispy buffalo cauliflower and explains how she lost 80 pounds in 18 months.
4:30 AMJazzy Vegetarian 
Mid-day meals, including vegan zucchini summer quiche; jicama-spinach salad with cranberry-pecan biscuits; and chilled avocado soup. Guests include T. Colin Campbell and Rachelle Carson-Begley.
5:00 AMCraft in America 
Crafts by metalsmith Tom Joyce, woodworker Sam Maloof and furnituremaker Garry Knox Bennett.
6:00 AMBest of Sewing With Nancy 
A look at ways on finishing up quilts with simple layering techniques.
6:30 AMPaint This With Jerry Yarnell 
The importance of sketching the wolf in the proper location and proportion; how to underpaint the wolf with gray tones; and how to finalize the details.
7:00 AMThis 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.

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