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In this pizza extravaganza, Huell learns everything you've ever wanted to know about America's favorite food. He starts his adventure at Village Pizzeria on Larchmont Boulevard with owner Steve Cohen, who believes that pizza should be made the old-fashioned way. Next, it's off to the International Pizza Expo in Las Vegas to get the other side of the story and explore new machines that can do everything in the pizza-making process. From old school to new school, Huell shows it all.

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Huell first met John Nese -- aka the "King of Pop" -- back in 2000 when he did a program about the 250-plus vintage soda pops he sold in the store. In this special update, we'll discover that the store's inventory of vintage sodas has not only doubled in size, but now also includes classic candy bars. The real joy of the story, however, is finding out how his family has changed and grown since the first visit.

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Huell visits a California institution and digs into some tasty food at Tallyrand Restaurant. This popular eatery got its start in 1959 when Al and Delores Thomas opened a small coffee shop on Olive Avenue in Burbank with just $5,000 in hand. Stop in today as they are still serving wonderful food and hospitality.

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