KRCB Create TV Guide Listings

Live TV schedule for KRCB Create in the San Fran/Sacramento Area

This is the KRCB Create TV schedule for the next 12 hours within the San Fran/Sacramento Area. You can view other local TV listings by going back to the full TV guide schedule.

1:30 PMAmerica'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 PMCycle Around Japan Highlights 
2:30 PMSamantha Brown's Places to Love 
Exploring Budapest, Hungary and visiting the Fisherman's Bastion; the New York Café; the Széchenyi Thermal Bath; and more.
3:00 PMRick Steves' Europe 
Salzburg and vicinity. Included: summer bobsledding; boat rides in the Salzkammergut Lake District; the romantic town of Hallstatt.
3:30 PMYan 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.
4:00 PMSimply Ming 
Andrew Zimmern, the man known for tracking the world's most bizarre foods joins Ming in his loft kitchen. Andrew cooks up a Shrimp Etouffee, and Ming follows that up with one of his favorites he makes at home: a Classic Salt and Pepper Head on Shrimp served over rice. It's shrimp two ways on this episode of Simply Ming.
4:30 PMCook's Country 
Citrus-braised pork tacos; and So Cal churros. Also: a tasting of mild salsa; and a review of piping bags.
5:00 PMAmerica'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.
5:30 PMYan 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.
6:00 PMAmerica's Test Kitchen 
6:30 PMCook'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.
7:00 PMAmerica's Test Kitchen 
A show that experiments with cooking products and techniques, and addresses culinary challenges.
7:30 PMCook's Country 
Christie Morrison prepares Spice Crusted Steaks. Ashley Moore makes Grilled Bacon Burgers with Caramelized Onion.
8:00 PMAmerica's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated 
8:30 PMCook's Country 
Detroit-style pizza; and fettuccine with butter and cheese. Also: rasp-style graters.
9:00 PMAmerica'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.
9:30 PMCook's Country 
Bryan Roof makes Grilled Jerk Chicken. Adam Ried and Bridget Lancaster talk about grill brushes.
10:00 PMAmerica'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.
10:30 PMCook's Country 
Triple chocolate sticky buns; milk chocolate; thin and crispy chocolate chip cookies.
11:00 PMAmerica'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.
11:30 PMYan 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.
12:00 AMA 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.
12:30 AMAmerica'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.
1:00 AMThis Old House 
Tom Silva fabricates a decorative bracket; Richard Trethewey heats the new kitchen space, and interior designer Lisey Good demonstrates smart storage solutions.
1:30 AMAmerican Woodshop 
Turning custom kitchen cutlery and shaping SpectraPly rainbow ice cream paddles.

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