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April 7, 2010 Taste Of Julian Saturday Sample The Area's Eats Get ready to experience favorite or dining hotspot. this year's most tantalizing Once you've had your fill of taste event as you explore the savory dishes, take a break from "Taste of Julian" taking place the action to check out Julian. on Saturday, April 10th, 2010 This neighborhoodissurrounded from l:00pm to 4pm. Enjoy awith dozens of charming self-guided stroll that will take shops and has a contagious you around to some of the most atmosphere that will keep you popular restaurants and wineries coming back for more! Tickets in Julian including Jeremy's, to the "Taste of Julian" are just Wynola Pizza, Rongbranch, $20.00 and proceeds benefit the Menghini, Orfila and Country Julian Merchants Association. Cellars who are preparing their For more information please best dishes and featuring their cal1760-765-4758 or to purchase best wines especially for you! tickets please visit www. From scrumptious appetizersjulianmerchants.org. Tickets are to delectable desserts, come limited so purchase them soon prepared to please your appetite and join us for a taste sensation and discover a new takeout you won't want to forget! 1. March 2010 arrived and we thought it would bring us a change of weather, hoping for warmer temperatures. Instead, the whole month was exceptionally cold, windy, and stormy, with some rain and a bit of snow on the seventh day. We had just a very few nice warm days in the middle of the month, stormy the last few days of the month with a forecast of snow. 2. March 19th, the last day of winter. This has been an exceptionally cold and hard winter and we are still waiting for the lovely spring season with open arms. We did receive a lot of beneficial rains. We did have snow, but none of the snow storms paralyzed our traffic route to and from home to town. I am especially thankful for that. 3. Long before the winter snows had melted, the lovely daffodils sprang up and burst forth in all their glorious beauty to brighten our town. Everywhere I traveled around town, there along the highways, roads, side streets and residential yards they brightened up the entire community. I was able to pick lovely bouquets from my own yard and displayed them at the town hall. Every o'ne of my blooms was perfect. 4. On the 20th day we had the most spectacular Daffodil Show at the town hall. There were so many varieties. It certainly was a lovely show. 5. The last two weeks of the month, many fruit trees blossomed out. I see many along my travels around town. There are some pink blossomed trees, white and some dark pink ones. Even if the weather didn't reflect spring, the trees in bloom reveal that it truly is the spring season. 6. I had put up two bottles of sugar water for the hummingbirds, hoping perhaps they would arrive. As of the last day of the month, still no sign of them. I have missed them and hope they will return to my bird garden. The many small birds, wild doves and jays have kept me company and keep me busy putting' out food for them. The jays and the black crows continue their game of snatching peanuts from my bird feeder. 7. The last two weeks, the town hall crafters have been their crafts and it has been a busy place. 8. I appreciate Cathy Conheim's money donations at the Julian Feed Store for cat food. This has been truly helpful to me. Cathy authored the delightful book "Henry's World". I hope everyone gets a copy. You'll love it. 9. The month went by fast and now we look forward to the lovely month of April and all it has for us. *** I'M GLAD I LIVE IN JULIAN *** Jeremy's Celebrating TWO Years On The Hill ring Chef Jeremy and staff ready to serve up some of Julian 's finest cuisine. Since opening in March of 2008, Jeremy's on the Hill California Bistro has specialized in fresh, local, seasonal ingredients, utilizing local organic produce to highlight delectable entrees created by Chef de Cuisine, Jeremy Manley. Two years later, Jeremy's on the Hill is thriving and continues to be a huge draw in the Julian area. "We are so appreciative and thankful for all of the continued referrals from locals and local businesses. We have guests who tell us they had read about us in advance, and then they were referred by a multitude of people from shops, wineries and bed and breakfasts, and we can't begin to express our gratitude," said Teresa Manley, Chef Jeremy's mother. "As a special thank you for all our friends and neighbors, we are offering 25% off YOUr entire dinning experience beginning Monday, April 12 through Thursday, April 15," said Chef Jeremy. And what else is new? Jeremy's on the Hill will be open seven days a week! As a special Monday thru Thursday they also offer a 10% local discount for back country residents, regularly, so the 25% off is a really special deal. Jeremy's on the Hill is located in Wynola, right between Santa Ysabel and Julian in a historic 1920's building in what was once known as Tom's Chicken Shack. In its prime, Tom's Chicken Shack drew visitors from miles around, often waiting hours to sample the famous chicken. (Chef Jeremy features an updated version of Tom's famous buttermilk chicken every Thursday night.) Then there were many other restaurants to follow. While some had their doubts that the location was doomed, Chef Jeremy has found a winning formula attracting a regular flow of visitors from Ramona, Poway, San Diego, Los Angeles, Orange County and many other areas. "We have visitors that come specifically to eat at Jeremy's and then tour the local shops and wineries. Some come back just for the lobster bisque and cr me brule, while others have told us we are their special ceJebration restaurant, which we feel is quite an honor," said Teresa Manley. So what then is Jeremy's secret? In a word, fresh. "1 had the privilege to train at the Cordon Bleu school in San Francisco where I spent everyday working and studying to be the best I can be and I was surrounded by excellence. I attended school from 7am to noon, and worked from 3:00pm until the early hours of the morning. San Francisco should be named the city that never sleeps!" said Jeremy. "Jeremy has a gift with flavors, sauces and unique combinations," said Teresa. "It has been such a gift to)watch him flourish and jr)clude people and products fro our local andsdd'ouhding communities,' and watching him always be willing to lend a hand and include others," continued Teresa. "It is our privilege to get to work and spend time with our costumers and co-workers on a daily basis. We are here in the community to better the lives of everyone around us," said Jeremy. Jeremy's on the Hill has hosted several fundraising events including raising six hundred dollars for Breast Cancer Research last year and almost one thousand dollars just this year for the Julian Educational foundation. "The youth are the future and I stand behind them." Said Jeremy. Jeremy's team extends beyond those working directly at the restaurant. "We feel it is important to support our surrounding community," saidChef Jeremy Manley. "We get our fresh bread and special hamburger buns from Candied Apple Bakery, free range bison from Star B Ranch, and we are proud supporters of the Julian i i ii ! i CASUAL LIFESTYLE STORE 1 ril We're pleased to invite you to our famous Spring Sale at Borrego Outfitters. Don't miss this opportunity to enjoy savings on our entire selection of Cloth- ing, Shoes & Sandals, Hats, Purses & Handbags, Outdoor & Hiking Gear, Home O cor, Kitchen, Gourmet and Wine Items. A 25% discount applies to everything you purchase during the sale! ~mmmmi Special Offer for Julian News I Readers! I I |Bring in this coupon and receive I $10 off on any purchase of I $50.00 or more! I I |One coupon per customer, please. I Cannot be combined with other cou- J pans. CODE:JULIAN10. Expires 4/31/10 ~mnnnnJ Enjoy Extra Savingsl Dozens of items throughout the store are individually marked down 30%, 40% and even 50%. " Take these discounts, then take an additional 25% off during the sale! I Members of our Rewards Program earn a $ I 0 store credit, good on a future transaction, for every $200 purchasedl Borrego Outfitters 579-E Palm Canyon Drive, 760-767-3502 Borrego Springs, CA Located in The Mall, mI I I I I I I I I I I I ii The Julian News 3 All Your Tree Service Needs AI Commercial t Monday -- Friday 8 am - 6 pm ,8am-6pm Sunday 9am-5pm DBU 8PBC BEER & WZNE NOW//ERE @ P Certified Farmers Market every Sunday. In addition to purchasing directly from the vendors at the market, we place special orders and they bring them to us each week," continued Jeremy. "We purchase wine from IocaP wineries as well," said Teresa Manley. "We are excited to be carrying Julian's newest addition - hard apple cider - and have a large local and regional wine selection including wines from Menghini Winery, J. Jenkins, Orfila, Eagle Gap and Shadow Mountain. Our visitors really enjoy sampling wines from our. region," continued Teresa. Jeremy's on the Hill has a private banquet room, offers patio dining and off site catering as well. "We really enjoy hosting engagement dinners, rehearsal dinners, wedding receptions, birthday celebrations, graduations and anniversaries," said Teresa. "We have car clubs and other groups that rent the entire restaurant for a few hours and we are happy to print them up a special menu commemorating their event,"continued Teresa. Jeremy's on the Hill has hosted several multi-course wine pairing events and beer pairing events as well. "1 really enjoy working with the local Vintners and Brewers and creating menus that pair well with their wine or beer. It becomes a great social event and we plan to host them once a month," said Chef Jeremy. q ]