Art of Food with Wendy Brodie

Episode Guide


Season 1


Jim Dodge Baking (#126)

Brodie and master pasty chef and cookbook author Jim Dodge create various desserts destined to ...

Ice Creams (#125)

Starting with a basic custard, Brodie demonstrates how to make and present chocolate cups, ...

Indian Cuisine (#124)

Guest chef Raghavan Iyer of Bombay, India combines herbs and spices to create delectable sauces, ...

Mexican Fiesta (#123)

This episode spotlights both familiar and new south-of-the-border favorites, from tacos, beans, ...

The Love Chef (#122)

Guest chef, author and TV personality Frances Anthony develops easy- to-prepare recipes with ...

Abalone (#121)

Brodie and her guest chefs illustrate how to open, t tenderize and saut these sea mollusks.

Phyllo Dough (#120)

This intriguing pastry dough ("phyllo" is Greek for "leaf") has so much creative potential. Brodie ...

Valentines (#119)

From hors d'oeuvres to the main course and dessert, love truly speaks through the stomach.

Spa Cuisines (#118)

With a guest aesthetician, Brodie explores the approaches to healthy skin - from the inside out - ...

Appetizers (#117)

Discover the various ways and styles of creating hors d'oeuvres, canapes and crudites, and learn ...

Mushrooms II (#116)

Brodie and expert/author Lee Yamada lead viewers through the intricacies of the selection and ...

Mushrooms I (#115)

With information on safely identifying and cooking mushrooms, Brodie and expert/author Lee Yamada ...

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