Art of Food with Wendy Brodie

Episode Guide


Season 1


Soups (#114)

Soups are a great accompaniment to any meal, or as a main course.

American Sushi (#113)

Brodie and guest chef and author Tracy Griffith create imaginative replacements for rolls, sashimi ...

Sandwiches (#112)

Brodie explores the diverse styles, history and lore of sandwiches, breads, spreads and fillings.

Gifts from the Pantry (#111)

Brodie demonstrates several ways to make exquisite and unique gifts using everyday pantry items.

Leaves (#110)

This episode illustrates the many ways to present food in the shape of a leaf, as well as create ...

Chaine National (#109)

On the road in San Francisco, Brodie experiences the drama of 10 regional chefs competing against ...

Side Dishes (#108)

Brodie provides holiday event ideas, including accompaniments to poultry recipes, serving ...

Tur-Duck-En (#107)

Brodie goes on a culinary adventure to de-mystify this seemingly complicated dish: a chicken ...

Holiday Hors D'oeuvres (#106)

Brodie's creative hors d'oeuvres recipes are destined to become treasured holiday creations.

Table Setting II (#105)

Brodie continues her demonstration of the diverse styles, history and customs of table settings. ...

Table Setting I (#104)

Brodie demonstrates the diverse styles, history and customs of table settings. Her special guest, ...

Stews (#103)

There is no limit to the styles, ingredients and flavors a creative cook can use in turning ...

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