I can't see why not.
I use Vegas and its sidekick DVD Architect, but the principle is the same.
1. Use the editor (Vegas or Premiere) to get the tracks into some sort of order.
2. Render the tracks (you don't say what format you'd capture them with) into MPEG2 suitable for DVD use.
3. Use the DVD authoring tool (DVD Architect or Sonic MyDVD) to build your menus and chapter points, and output the final VOBs, IFOs and BUPs.
4. Burn the DVD - either from within the authoring tool, or with Nero, Gear Pro (my favourite) or whatever suits you best.
Have a go. It sounds fun.