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    This week: California's Classic Burger, A home made of recycled goods and Camel Milk, a new way to get your calcium!
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    This week: The beautiful Idyllwild mountains, a county fair in a gold rush town, the largest White Sea Bass ever and more!
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    Hi Blackbga, Are you wondering about the BBQ sauces on the show or the actual grill? We've posted the recipe for the sauces made at the link below and will investigate about the grill. Thanks! http://www.kcet.org/shows/your_japanese_kitchen/your-japanese-kitchen-25.html...
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    This week: A a culinary smorgasbord created to help the community, one of L.A.'s best kept secrets, and the best tasting peaches you'll find!
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    This week: Delicious pastrami, the oldest structure in Yosemite Valley, and America's first large-scale integrated hydroelectric project dating back to 1911!
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    This Week: World War II's connection to Long Beach, the "greenest" fair in California, and lots and lots of donuts!
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    Hi Ethel, Let us know which is your favorite!...
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    This week: Some of the largest living things in the world, everything you ever wanted to know about menudo, the 1942 air raid, and more!
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    This week: A tribute to one of the hardest working animals, all that Forest Lawn has to offer, the importance of the San Joaquin marsh, and more!
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    This week: Bugs Galore, the fastest horse at the Del Mar Fairgrounds, three million year old trees and more! Monday - May 9, 7:30pm: Bug Fair - The annual Bug Fair at the Natural History Museum in Downtown Los Angeles...
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    KCET, public media for Southern and Central California celebrates Jewish Heritage, Asian Pacific Heritage and Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) Heritage Month with a series of primetime specials beginning Wednesday, May 3, 2011.
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    This week: Olives, Turtles, Frick and more!
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    Hi Blackbga, Are you wondering about the BBQ sauces on the show or the actual grill? We've posted the recipe for the sauces made at the link below and will investigate about the grill. Thanks! http://www.kcet.org/shows/your_japanese_kitchen/your-japanese-kitchen-25.html...
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    Hi Ethel, Let us know which is your favorite!...
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    This week: California's Classic Burger, A home made of recycled goods and Camel Milk, a new way to get your calcium!
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    This week: The beautiful Idyllwild mountains, a county fair in a gold rush town, the largest White Sea Bass ever and more!
  • Entry
    This week: A a culinary smorgasbord created to help the community, one of L.A.'s best kept secrets, and the best tasting peaches you'll find!
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    This week: Delicious pastrami, the oldest structure in Yosemite Valley, and America's first large-scale integrated hydroelectric project dating back to 1911!
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    This Week: World War II's connection to Long Beach, the "greenest" fair in California, and lots and lots of donuts!
  • Entry
    This week: Some of the largest living things in the world, everything you ever wanted to know about menudo, the 1942 air raid, and more!
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    This week: A tribute to one of the hardest working animals, all that Forest Lawn has to offer, the importance of the San Joaquin marsh, and more!
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    This week: Bugs Galore, the fastest horse at the Del Mar Fairgrounds, three million year old trees and more! Monday - May 9, 7:30pm: Bug Fair - The annual Bug Fair at the Natural History Museum in Downtown Los Angeles...
  • Entry
    KCET, public media for Southern and Central California celebrates Jewish Heritage, Asian Pacific Heritage and Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) Heritage Month with a series of primetime specials beginning Wednesday, May 3, 2011.
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    This week: Olives, Turtles, Frick and more!