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ii2 The Julian News June 3, 200i Dining Julian Julian Julian . . Santa Ysabel W. " 17 :eServeAfiernoonTeaantLund7N Is Dehoous Family Slyle Country Food I R en If .a:.'e.-,u Open 7 7 : ']~1~ {closed Tuesday) Gateway To All of The Back- , . . .o,orc ,e I 2~fl.q~d/Street~ 866765t 2 Ample Parking I ...... I 1 Groups Please Call 760 765 3495 lulian lulian lulian DODGE HOUSE R1STORANTE 765-2472 PIES, SOUPS & SANDWICHES HOLIDAY BAKING Special Orders Welcome k, 2119 Main Street P O. Box 2367 "Julian, CA. lulian lulian lulian CANDIED APPLE PASTRY COMPANY 2128 FOURTH STREET o6o)765-2655 Open8 to 6 L [closed Tuesday & Wednesdayl iulian , avo Authentic Beer & W'me Available Visa/Master Card Accepted OPEN 7 DAYS 11:30a.m. - 8:30p.m. 760 765-1810 Coleman Creek Center . Julian (2 Blocks South of M~n on Washirtgton) J iulian/Santa Ysabel Two locations to serve you:~ Julian Santa Ysabel 2225 Main Street 21976 Hwy. 79 (760) 765-2449 (760) 765-2400 www.julianpie.com Wynola I Take a Break for some warm [I Julian Pie AI a Mode [I Wynola # LMORE THAN- GREAT, PIZZA! "! Sunday thru l~hursdav Friday and ,~durday ! ilam - 8.'~0pm iCIo~ed Tm~.~l~yl llam - 9:~pm [ (760) 765-1004 J mileswest of Julian on H~v. 78/79J 10:00 Picnic 1150 Julian 765 2072 Come celebrate your birthday with us and enjoy a complimentary dessert! lulian lullan i i Monday- Thursday i 3:00 until 6:00 PM o i Except Holidays i i 2722 Washington St. i i l Julian, CA I Come in early and save on ! I selected menu items ! Sundal~ - - 8pro ! Friday and m- i i Kids Menu 765 2265 20% Off oooo ,o (760) 80 1. MOVIES: What sport was featured in the 2006 movie "Glory Road"? 2. PSYCHOLOGY: What kind of abnormal fear is experienced in the condition known as hemophobia? 3. MUSIC: Which well-known Christmas carol includes the syllables "fa-la-la-la-la, la-la-la-la"? 4. GEOGRAPHY: Which two countries surround the Dead Sea? 5. ANIMALS: How many muscles does a cat have in each ear? continued on page 15 The Julian News has begun a new column that will feature the various Chef's throughout the back county. We are inviting all of the restaurants chefs to supply a favorite recipe (that they may or may not serve) The purpose is to help acquaint the reader with the choices available and the people who prepare your meals. This week we present: Chef Jeremy Manley of Jeremy 's on the Hill Great Beginnings Almost all modern strawberry varieties are hybrids of two American species: the Meadow strawberry native to eastern North America from the Golf of Mexico north to the Dakotas and Hudson Bay. And on the other side of the continent the pine or beach strawberry, which is found along the pacific coast from Alaska all the way to Chile. Cultivated Strawberry Varieties are classified according to their pattern of seasonal fruit production. June- bearing varieties produce one abundant crop in late spring or early summer. Although strawberries can be grown anywhere in the United States 80-percent come from California. Florida is the second largest producer and Oregon.is a distant third. La Fruta Del Diablo - "the Fruit of the devil" Berries that are not grown organically are sprayed repeatedly with extremely noxious agricultural chemicals. 'Because of this and because of the back breakirfg labor it induces on its workers. Our strawberry is known by the agricultural workers in California as "La Fruita Del Diablo." A freshly picked strawberry is shiny and plump. Its calyx is a bright vibrantly green and not wilted at all. Berry color alone isn't always an indicator of good flavor as color varies between varieties. The darkest of a bunch a variety will. Late Harvest Strawberries with papaya purae 1 small papaya 1 tablespoons fresh lime juice 1 Generous teaspoon minced ginger Honey to taste 2 small lime wedges 6 Large ripe strawberries, rinsed, hulled and quartered Slice the papaya in half from stem to blossom end. Using a spoon, remove and discard the black seeds. Scoop the flesh from one half of the papaya into a food processor or blender. Add the lime juice and ginger, and puree until smooth. Taste, and sweeten with a small drizzle of honey as desired. Cut a %-inch slice from the bottom of the remaining half (or just enough so it will rest steadily), and place the papaya half on the plate. Squeeze one of the lime wedges on top. Toss the strawberries into the papaya puree, and then spoon them into the hollow of the papaya. Garnish with the remaining lime wedge and serve. This recipe will satisfy one portion of a not so hungry person. ililiiiiiiiiii~,