WSEC Create TV Guide Listings

Live TV schedule for WSEC Create in the St. Louis Area

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

8:00 PMI'll Have What Phil's Having 
Enjoying ramen and sushi in Tokyo; serving New York egg creams to guests; and dialing it down with comedian David Spector.
9:00 PMRick Stein's Mediterranean Escapes 
European eateries and tourist locales are visited.
10:00 PMMy Greek Table With Diane Kochilas 
In Athens, Diane prepares three Greek classics: Zucchini-Yogurt Savory Pie; Lamb Baked in Greek Yogurt, and Greek Yogurt Cheesecake.
10:30 PMLucky Chow 
Agriculturists large and small are featured. Included: Ross Koda, who runs a renowned Central Valley rice farm and hopes to keep it in the family; and Kristyn Leach, who hand grows artisanal, heirloom Asian produce.
11:00 PMLucky Chow 
The relationship between faith and food is evident at three Asian houses of worship, including a Buddhist temple where Danielle is served an artful vegetarian feast; and a Sikh temple where she helps cook Indian flatbread for a communal meal.
11:30 PMYan Can Cook: Spice Kingdom 
Wine making or baijiu making in China goes back thousands of years. Martin visits a famous Chengdu distillery for a close up look on how Chinese baijiu is produced. He narrates famous Chinese legends connected to the culture of wine. For a more contemporary look he attends a typical Chinese banquet and shows the popular Chinese drinking games and toasting.
12:00 AMYan Can Cook: Spice Kingdom 
If there is only one word to describe Sichuan cuisine, that word is hot. Martin dives into the world of chili peppers and chili bean paste by visiting the world's largest bean paste factory and the world's biggest chili market. He puts the chili peppers to good use at a chili banquet and later explores the hottest restaurant in Chengdu for a midnight snack.
12:30 AMFood Over 50 
David Jackson prepares simple recipes using his favorite condiments.
1:00 AMI'll Have What Phil's Having 
Enjoying ramen and sushi in Tokyo; serving New York egg creams to guests; and dialing it down with comedian David Spector.
2:00 AMConfucius Was a Foodie 
Chef Christine starts her tea adventure in London, England, where she learns why Westerners think of England when they think of tea, even though it's one of the most important Chinese exports and essential to all Chinese celebrations.
3:00 AMRick Steves Cruising the Mediterranean 
Rick sails from Barcelona to Athens, with stops in the French Riviera, Rome and Naples. Rick's goal is to explore the ins and outs and pros and cons of this popular travel option. He learns how to make the most of the cruising experience, while taking advantage of his limited time on shore. Rick also points out the downsides, such as the inevitable congestion and commercialism that comes with mass tourism.
4:00 AMEllie's Real Good Food 
Choosing, prepping and cooking fish is featured. Included: tilapia Milanese; seasoned breadcrumbs; salmon wrapped in greens with walnut-yogurt-dill sauce; and bouillabaisse.
4:30 AMFood Over 50 
David Jackson prepares simple recipes using his favorite condiments.
5:00 AMCraft in America 
An exploration of craft and the military includes the origins of the Army Arts and Crafts Program and G.I. Bill; and features Gulf War veteran-ceramic artist Ehren Tool; Iraq War veteran-ceramic artist Judas Recendez; and papermaker Pam DeLuco.
6:00 AMSewing With Nancy 
A system of making scrap quilts that incorporates all sizes, shapes, and prints is explained. Included: "spacing" technique of separating colorful fabrics; and sorting fabrics by intensity. Three unique quilt designs are featured.
6:30 AMPaint This With Jerry Yarnell 
How to underpaint the silhouette of the deer; how to mix the proper color; how to use the script brush; and how to use a toothbrush to splatter pebbles on the road.
7:00 AMThis Old House 
Jeff and his team transform an old ranch into a Dutch Colonial.
7:30 AMAsk This Old House 
8:00 AMDining With the Chef 

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