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Mondays: All you can eat spaghetti special $5.99 and live music with Coko Brown : $8 burger specials : Happy Hour Specials Including several appetizers 2pro - 7pro : Senior Lunch Specials llam - 3:30pro Fridays: Seafood Specials 5pm -9pro Saturdays: Piano with Emily Carter 6pm -9pro n/l_a: Breakfast 8am - llam Classical Guitar with Gen fan 3 m - 7pro 760.765.1987 4354 Highway 5'8 Between Santa Ysabel and Julian www.j j Julian Julian Julian Homemade Apple Pies m: "t:rsDa-vea' Phone  Open Orders . ['L,llt" j",-. 7 days Jl..-;''ow Arts 2 m IIIII 866 765 0832 f[ Free 2124 ffhird Streett II[lll Ma J L ,rsray t Mo.ay: 10:30 to 4:00 1 - CLOSED Tuesday and wednesday = Julian Wynola Weekend Entertainment FRIDAY6To 9 , SATURDAY 6T0 9 . More Than Just Great Pizza! :Poncho Villa's-' Authentic Mexican Food & Pizza Drive-Thru Service for To-Go Orders DyM--Fooa PSpO f.(.. ComplDnMu h5" Small to Large Piz (W ) "L.," OPEN 7 DAYS 1 1:30a.m. - 8:30p.m. Beer & Wine 760 765 - 1810 Available Visa/Master Card kColeman Creek Center - Julian Accepted _. '2 Blocks South of Main on Washington) Julian and Wynola Casual Relaxed and Friendly 3 miles west of Julian on Hwy 78/79 EXTENDED HOURS Julian and Santa sabel TWO locations to serve you: Julian Santa Ysabel 2225 Main Street 21976 Hwy. 79 (760) 765-2449 (760) 765-2400 Your Plate , Into Shape When it comes to exercise, the phrase "1 need to get into shape" is a familiar one. But what about getting your dinner plate into shape? The U.S. Department of Agriculture last year released MyPlate as the new food-group symbol to provide Americans with an easy- to-understand visual of what their plates should look like at meals. Eating is meant to be enjoyable, but it's important to be mindful of the portion size and content of foods. Find creative ways to make your plate look like the MyPlate symbol, with half of the plate consisting of fruits and vegetables, one-quarter lean protein and one-quarter whole grains, with a side of low-fat dairy. Here are some tips to get you started with shaping up your plate: --Think about the size of plate you use when eating. Does it resemble a serving platter or a saucer? Try switching to a 9- or 10-inch plate. If that still looks large and provides too much food, decrease the size Open Daily Until 9:00 pm 760 765 1004 , 1. FOOD & DRINK: What kind of'meat is used in a Reuben sandwich? 2. MUSIC: In the song "The Twelve Days of Christmas," how many maids are milking? 3. BIBLE: What was Matthew's profession before he became an apostle of Jesus? 4. AWARDS: The annual PATSY Award is given for continued on page 14 765 2072 again. Your plate will look fuller even though you are actually eating less food, thus lowering caloric intake and assisting in weight loss. Pile your plate with nutrient-dense, low- calorie foods like fruits, vegetables, lean meat, beans and whole grains. --Sometimes our eyes deceive us when it comes to filling our plates. We think we only ate one cup of ice cream when we really consumed three cups, Measure out different foods into the dishes you use at home -- fill your cereal bowl with one cup of dry cereal, put one-half cup of brown rice on your plate and fill your favorite glass with 8 ounces. Note how the different portions look in or on your own dishes. This also gives you a" reference to use when eating away from home. Portion sizes at restaurants are typically much larger than recommended and provide extra calories, fat and sodium. Consider preparing meals at home to have more control over what ingredients are being used in your food (i.e. less salt, less butter, leaner meat) and the portion size served. --Beverages also make up our "plate." The type of beverage and amount consumed can add significant calories to our caloric intake. Fruit juices and drinks, sports drinks, soda, drinks with added sugar like sweetened tea and coffee all provide additional calories. A large (32 ounce) soda typically contains 430 calories and a large (32 ounce ) sweetened iced tea contains approximately 400 calories. Limit the high-calorie drinks to special occasions and include more water, low-fat milk and low-calorie drinks. Use MyPlate as a tool to decide what foods and how much of each should be on your plate. "Get Your Plate in Shape" and find new ways to make mealtime more healthful and enjoyable. (Information courtesy of Kelli continued on page 14