How do you find recipes that were featured in a cooking show on PBS?


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As of September 2015, find PBS cooking show recipes on the broadcaster's website. PBS's Food page has a Search box. The page also has tabs for both recipes and shows. Selecting Recipes brings up categories such as courses, cuisine, occasion and theme. Each connects to lists of recipes.

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For instance, choosing Birthday Party under Occasion leads to recipes such as peppermint fudge brownies from "Fresh Tastes," classic pound cake from "Martha Bakes" and homemade kettle corn from "Kitchen Explorers."

The Shows page has an alphabetical list of PBS cooking shows. Clicking on a show connects to its page. Once there, some shows have Recipe links. For example, on the page for "Baking with Julia," the Recipes tab leads to a collection from PBS Food that includes pizzelles, French baguettes and fresh rhubarb upside-down baby cakes.

On the Shows page, visitors can access some show titles by state, such as California's "Bay Area Bites," "Neighborhood Kitchens" from Massachusetts and Michigan's "Off the Beaten Palate." Some of the show title links go to pages displaying recipes. Others require an additional step. You must click on the link to the show's homepage to find recipes. For example, selecting "Neighborhood Kitchens" brings up recipes such as salsa verde, ceviche Acapulco and shrimp cilantro.

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