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Create “Autumn Harvest” Weekend Marathon Oct. 27 and 28

Posted on 23 Oct 2012

"Cook's Illustrated Apple Pie" 

Are crisp mornings inspiring your taste buds with thoughts of pumpkins, apples, squash and sweet potatoes? If so, this weekend marathon is for you!

The weather’s getting cooler, and AETN Create cooks are getting into the seasonal spirit. Take a look toward harvest time with delicious recipes form Katie Brown, P. Allen Smith, Jacques Pepin and many more. The versatile fall fruits and veggies will keep your family wanting more.

Featured programs include:
 
“America’s Test Kitchen from Cook’s Illustrated: Fall Favorites”
“The Jazzy Vegetarian: Neighborly Supper”
“Katie Brown Workshop: Apples”
“Jacques Pepin - More Fast Food My Way: Sole-Ful Suppertime”
“Chefs A’ Field: Culinary Adventures That Being on the Farm: Washington Virginia – Apples”
“Katie Brown Workshop: A Cabin Feel”
“P. Allen Smith’s Garden to Table: Harvest Festival”
“Hubert Keller: Secrets of a Chef: Mad About Apples”
“Christina Cooks: The Other Pastas”
“New Scandinavian Cooking with Claus Meyer: Stones and Pomes”
“Katie Brown Workshop: Halloween”
“Simply Ming: Ginger & Brown Sugar”

Be sure to join us - with Create’s help, the harvest  should be plentiful!  

TUNE IN:

Create “Autumn Harvest” Weekend Marathon

Saturday, Oct. 27, starting at 6 a.m.
Sunday, Oct. 28, starting at 11 a.m.
 

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