We were lucky to have some expert wine folks on the bus with us including Wes Marshall, author of the travel book Wine Roads of Texas; Alphonse Dotson, owner of Certenberg Vineyards; Ron Yates, owner or Spicewood Vineyards; and Jay Knepp from Salt Lick Cellars.
Thanks to everyone who donated to KLRU and to the generous winemakers and owners who donated their time to really make our experience special.
Starting at 10 am each Saturday, KLRU Create offers viewers themed programming to get you started on various projects. KLRU Create is on channel 18.2 over the air.
Last of the Summer Fun
The unofficial end to summer is upon us. Grillmaster Steven Raichlen has fantastic grilling tips just in time for your Labor Day barbecue. The grill is fired up with succulent seafood, racks of ribs and pork that’s just waiting to be pulled! Invite your friends and family over for the last of the summer fun!
What’s more fun than shopping and cooking? Street Fare follows some of our favorite chefs, such as, Joanne Weir and Ming Tsai to popular street markets around the U.S. and beyond. They’ll teach us how to choose the freshest ingredients possible, from veggies, to seafood, to spices and then whip up delicious recipes for your family’s table.
Better with Butter
Whether you like a juicy steak or delicious seafood, a dollop of butter makes them tastes even better. Jacques Pepin will make grilled chicken with Tarragon butter and Steven Raichlen adds spiced butter to yummy grilled bananas. You’ll find out what our Create chefs have always known -food is simply better with butter.
Tune into our Porkapalooza, where we are high on the hog! Chefs Nick Stellino, Hubert Keller and Kimchi Chronicle’s Marja Vongerichten will be making dishes that show off the versatility of pork. Enjoy it roasted, barbecued, or as part of an elegant meal right here on Create!
Nature’s Sweet Nectar
They’re sweet, they’re sticky and they’re straight from nature. See how sweet it is – recipes featuring honey and maple syrup, from Andreas Viestad, Joanne Weir and Christina Pirello. Whether you tap it from a tree or it comes from a bee they are sweet gifts from nature!
In honor of Hispanic Heritage Month, KLRU will present a special screening of the acclaimed film Mariachi High at Crockett High School on Thursday, September 13 at 7 p.m. Crockett High School’s own Mariachi de Oro will perform and Kelly Sheehan, Executive Producer of Mariachi High, will be in attendance. Mariachi del Sur from Bedichek Middle School will also perform. The screening is free and light refreshments will be served.
Mariachi High presents a year in the life of top-ranked members of Zapata High School’s championship ensemble Mariachi Halcon in the South Texas border town. This is an exuberant coming-of-age documentary about the brightest, most driven and talented Mexican American teenagers never seen on screen. At a time when the Latino dropout rate is the highest nationwide, intolerance towards immigrants is growing and public school funding is being cut, Mariachi High turns a much-needed affirmative lens on teens who are pursuing excellence through a connection to their cultural heritage.
Mariachi De Oro, made up of students from Crockett High School, is a nine-member band and will perform at the screening. Led by Joseph Baird, the group has performed at Gov. Rick Perry’s inauguration, at the University of Texas and for Austin Mayor Lee Leffingwell.
Sunday, September 16, 2-3 p.m.
Thursday, September 20, 9-10 p.m.
Friday, September 21, 9-10 p.m.
This documentary presents a year in the life of the champion mariachi ensemble at Zapata High School on the Rio Grande in South Texas. As they compete and perform with astonishing musical virtuosity, these teens, and the music they make, will inspire, surprise, and bring you to your feet.
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