Olives and Berries | KCET
Olives and Berries
California's Gold, Episode #6031995
Join Huell as he partakes of California’s edible delights - olives and berries. He spends a tasty afternoon at Graber’s Olive farm in Lindsay, a small town north of Bakersfield, to learn about the journey that an olive goes through: from the moment they’re picked to the canning process. He then heads south to Buena Park in Orange County where a pioneering family opened a restaurant selling chicken dinners and a boysenberry farm that produced the park’s signature jam. Find out how Knott’s Berry Farm went from a “ghost town” to a hit southland amusement park.
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