This is the KESD Create TV schedule for the next 12 hours within the Sioux Falls(Mitchll) Area. You can view other local TV listings by going back to the full TV guide schedule.
|12:30 PM||This Old House Create Showcase: Detroit Project |
|1:00 PM||This Old House Create Showcase: Detroit Project |
|1:30 PM||This Old House Create Showcase: Detroit Project |
|2:00 PM||This Old House Create Showcase: Detroit Project |
|2:30 PM||This Old House Create Showcase: Detroit Project |
|3:00 PM||This Old House Create Showcase: Detroit Project |
|3:30 PM||This Old House Create Showcase: Detroit Project |
|4:00 PM||My Greek Table With Diane Kochilas |
Epirus is featured. Recipes include feta fire; pork exohico with kefalotyri cubes; and grilled manouri cheese with figs and honey.
|4:30 PM||Simply Ming |
Houston chef Bryan Caswell joins Ming to barbecue a blackened black sea bass on the half shell with Swiss chard and a field pea sauté.
|5:00 PM||A Chef's Life |
Part 1 of 2. Vivian prepares a luncheon for 400 attendees at a symposium in Oxford, Miss.
|5:30 PM||Eating in with Lidia |
Join Lidia as she reveals how to mix and balance seasonal flavors from your own garden to create new recipes based on what's available.
|6:00 PM||Sara's Weeknight Meals |
Pulled-chicken barbecue and pickled cucumbers in beer bread; fried catfish BLTs; roasted vegetable and fresh ricotta sandwiches.
|6:30 PM||Taste of Malaysia With Martin Yan |
Martin explores culinary treasures of Penang, a World Heritage City and a true cultural and historical gem.
|7:00 PM||Somewhere South |
Vivan goes to Florida for smoked mullet and Texas for a barbecue with a twist.
|8:00 PM||This Old House Create Showcase: Detroit Project |
|8:30 PM||This Old House Create Showcase: Detroit Project |
|9:00 PM||Legacy List With Matt Paxton |
Retired schoolteacher Shirley Macon of Aberdeen, New Jersey is downsizing and moving to Atlanta, Georgia to be closer to her daughters. Her home is filled with pictures, plaques, and artwork that celebrate her family's Civil Rights heritage. Emotions arise when Shirley sees her home empty for the first time in 50 years, but her spirits brighten when Matt reunites her with the legacy items he found.
|10:00 PM||To Dine For With Kate Sullivan |
Author Deepak Chopra shares how he brings an idea to execution through the power of the mind.
|10:30 PM||tasteMAKERS |
Just outside of Phoenix, the Button family is cultivating a bean that nourishes the soul as well as the body. Ramona Button was urged by her community's elders to bring back the tepary bean, a nutrition-packed legume that has been cultivated by the Akimel O'odham people for centuries, but it was all but wiped out by the 1970s. Ramona and her family are cultivating tepary beans, heritage wheat and heirloom corn, sharing traditional food ways that feed their community spirit.
|11:00 PM||tasteMAKERS |
In St. Louis, Matt Lebon of Custom Foodscaping builds permaculture food forests, focusing on native plants and resource management to create bountiful urban harvests.
|11:30 PM||America's Test Kitchen |
Vegan pinto bean-beet burger; vegan mayo; spiralizers; and Buffalo cauliflower bites.
|12:00 AM||America's Test Kitchen |
Apple strudel; top pick for bundt pans; and the secrets to the perfect cider-glazed apple bundt cake.
|12:30 AM||Jazzy Vegetarian |
Mushroom-nut burgers; oven fries; jazzy coleslaw; a banana milk-less shake.
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