This Week on 'Visiting' -- Sauerkraut, French Dips, and Tampico Spices! | KCET
This Week on 'Visiting' -- Sauerkraut, French Dips, and Tampico Spices!
Monday @ 7:30 p.m. -- "Sauerkraut"
In 1896, the Kruegermann family started making pickles in Germany. The family immigrated to California in 1965 along with their secret family recipes for not only pickles but sauerkraut as well. In this episode, Huell spends the day with this wonderful family at their 25,000-foot facility, where he learns all about the art of sauerkraut!
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Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. -- "Culver City"
Huell travels to the small city with a big history. Did you know that all the little people who portrayed the Munchkins in the Wizard of Oz stayed at the Culver Hotel? Huell visits the Culver City Historical Society Archives and Resource Center, which boast two MGM costume cases. We'll also get a special tour of an historic "tower" that is something to see!
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Wednesday @ 7:30 p.m. -- "Hair Convention"
Join Huell as he visits the 1997 Long Beach International Beauty Expo for a very exciting and colorful look at the world of beauty care. Huell and 50,000 beauty care professionals share a wild day.
Thursday @ 7:30 p.m. -- "Mt. Hollywood"
Join Huell on this early morning adventure as he talks to some of the hundreds of people who hike to the top of Mt. Hollywood every day for their physical and mental health. It's going to be a great day!
Friday @ 7:30 p.m. -- "Tampico Spices"
Huell visits Tampico Spice Company and sees how the spices are ground, sifted and mixed into aromatic blends. He also learns the history of this local institution, which has been run by the Martinez family since 1947.
Sunday @ 7 PM -- "Philippe's Update"
In this special one-hour episode, Huell re-visits one of the oldest and most colorful restaurants in Los Angeles and the home of the French dipped sandwich. Family-owned Philippe's is a true L.A. institution and was one of Huell's favorites!
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