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6 The Julian News Julian and Back Country Dining s Winery Guide January 13, 2010 lulian Homemade Apple Pies Phone Orders Welcome iulian iulian SUNDAY Pancakes. French Toast Brunch Buffet Bacon.Sausage.Ham Variety Of Fresh Fruits 8 am - Noon. Adults S10 .9 Kids $5 g5 Dairy Goodies, etc. Personal Omelet Station - Cooked before your eyes Open (CANDIEDAPPLE 7 dwaeYet L ' RANCH / PASTRY COMPANY l BA KERY & BIS TRO '1-6,.._M ai[u, li a ge  (76o)765-2655 lulian lulian lulian e Serve Afternoon Tea and Lunch 0 en Dai Monday- t day lO:30am- 5:00pm Su, y 11:00am- 5:OOpm Jui00n Tea 76o 765 o832 2124 YStreet lulian ULIAN lulian/Santa Ysabel RISTORANTE 765-,0o3 ll:30am - 8:30pro CLOSED TUESDAY lulian lulian Authentic Mexican Food & Pizza Drive-Thru Service for To-Go Orders Daily Mexican Food & Piz Specials Comple Dinne & Ala-C_a Me Snt,ws(W) OPEN 7 DAYS 11:30a.m. - 8:30p.m. 760 765 - 1810 Coleman Creek Center - Julian 2 Blocks South of Main on Washington) Beer & Wine Available Visa/Master Card Accepted j Wynola lulian Two locations to serve you Julian Santa Ysabel 2225 Main Street 21976 Hwy. 79 (760) 765-2449 (760) 765-2400 , IMENT 6-9 MORE THAN GRFT PIZZA! [ Sunday thru Thursday Friday and Saturday i liana - 8:00pro llama - 9:00pm i (760) 765-1004 ] 3 miles west of Julian on Hwy. 78/79J Wynola I:ntree Specials II am - Spin lhursdav- Iuesdav luesday All Uay I-tappy [I)11[ Thursday Flash 13ack To lhe Chicken Shack 1$c1 Wednesday Uianc Far i:ri & Sat Nites @l[N UMIII 913At 13reakfast at Sam - Non Sunda ,. 1600- I00$7 Your Location Here I Trivia 1. ANATOMY: What is the common name for dentition? 2. LITERATURE: Who wrote "The Hound of the Baskervilles"? 3. ADVERTISING: What product was sold with the slogan, "Put a tiger in your tank"? 4. GEOGRAPHY: Which two major Canadian cities are situated on the St. Lawrence River? 5. PSYCHOLOGY: What kind of fear is represented in heliophobia? continued on page 15 lulian The Kitchen DIVA By Angela Shelf Medeari Indion Pudding Perfect For A Winter Dessert My maternal great-grandfather, John Davis, was raised by a tribe of Seminoles in Oklahoma. When I was a child, I enjoyed hearing my mother's stories about visiting his Santa Ysabel Delicious Family Style Country Food Daily Lunch Specials Chef's Salad Angus or Buffalo Burgers Grilled Chicken Salad Great Homemade Chili Cheese Steak Sandwich li Pi   Mi [ (closed Tuesday) Friday & Saturday 7to8 Gateway To All of The Back Country - Corner of 78 & 79 Ample Parking RV Trailer Motorcycle 760 765 3495 765 2072 adopted family during the Seminole pow-wows. My mother's memories became the basis of one of my first children's books, "Dancing With the Indians." The Native American recipes my mother prepares have been passed down from my maternal great-grandmother, Mary Ellen. My great-grandmother often used corn, cornmeal and hominy in her recipes. While researching my families' recipes for my cookbooks, I was delighted to discover the history behind Indian Pudding. Years ago, Native Americans served a savory, cornmeal-mush version of Indian Pudding with meat and vegetables as part of their midday meal. The English colonists called ground corn "Indian meal." Modern recipes for Indian pudding are a combination of the native peoples' cornmeal mush and the traditional puddings made by the English colonists. The colonists added milk, molasses, fat (lard, butter or suet), eggs, if they had them, cinnamon, cloves or ginger, and occasionally, raisins to cornmeal mush to form Indian Pudding. They sweetened the pudding with sugar, maple syrup or maple sugar. During that time, the colonists called maple sugar or syrup "Indian sugar." The Shakers added nuts ground into a "butter," and sometimes berries to their Indian Pudding recipe. Modern versions of Indian Pudding also contain tart apples, like the Granny Smith variety. I've added vanilla soymilk to add nutrients, and nutmeg to enhance continued on page 14