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Open Orders j"D'L,t,t 1" '- 7 days eek Julian June is | BBO Month00 Come Check Our Grill I Julian ULIAN Julian 8667650832 TollFree tr' 2124 rhirdStreet wwwjuliantea.com ursday thru Monday: 10:30 to 4:00 CLOSED Tuesday alul Wednesday Julian Julian l bookir; for nn k om kThere i I Two locations to serve you I i tick0a fri0cl zt0ak I Julian Santa Ysabel I I I cb/c.e" / Liver aacl 0ai0az I  ' r , I 2225 Main Street 21976 Hwy. 79 I I [ ffbt v,Lt 0atbeef . , I  " Co, I  ' I "-""- Zirl0ia ztek I -'- I / (760) 765-2449 (760) 765-40o I I I.''-... rk0yi=er, I  gurrounainaa I , www.julianpie.com _ L9.79.9. W,hg01 ,lreot" 70 75 9.9.5j Wynola Wynola Weekend Entertainment. FRIDAY 6 To 9 SATURDAY 6TO 9 . More Than Just Great Pizza! Casual Relaxed and Family Friendly 3 miles west of Julian on Hwy 78/79 EXTENDED HOURS Open Daily Until 9:00 pm 760 765 1004 Fresh, Seasonal, Outstanding Farm to Table Cuisine i Happy Hour Appetizer, Burger and Drink Specials Man -Fri 2:30pm - 5pro Mon.n..q: All You Can Eat Spaghetti Special and Live Music with Coko Brown - s5.99 : 8.00 Grass Fed burger specials : Even More Happy Hour Specials Including several appetizers 2pm - 7pro Thursda,: Senior Lunch Specials llam - 3:30pm Fridays:: Seafood Specials 5pm - 9pm Saturdays: Piano with Emily Carter 6pm - 9pm Steaks # Seafood Specialty Desserts Sun__q_n_.dada s: All New Breakfast 8am - llam Best Back Country Burgers Children's Menu Enclosed Patio Dining # Fireside Dining Classical Guitar with Gen Inn 4pm- 8pro Wine, Champage, and Beer Bar Private Banquet Room and Meeting Space 7 6 0.7 6 5.15 8 7 4354 Hiighway 78 Between Santa Ysabel and Julian k. OPENEVERY DAYAT llAM www.jeremysonthehill.com ,j i Julian and Wynola Hot Stuff for fShowcase Your Resta.urant 00iii00i,. In Our Dining Guide [ ...... " .......... Weeks '***!;, 13 - 81,75  26 Weeks $;325 ,:,: 52 Weeks = $600 Rodnez 1. INVENTIONS: Who developed the process of a pasteurization? 2. FOOD & DRINK: What is the liquor cassis made from? 3. POP CULTURE: When was the Pillsbury Doughboy introduced in TV ads? 4. ASTRONOMY: What is a "maria"? 5. GEOGRAPHY: what is the capital of South Dakota? 6. LITERATURE: The 2004 movie .Christmas with the Kranks" was based on which novel? , continued on page 14 Father's Day If your go-to gift for Father's Day is a tie, socks, shirt or some other article of apparel, on behalf of dads everywhere -- please try something new! If your dad loves spicy foods, a signature homemade hot sauce is the perfect gift. You also can start a tradition of presenting him with a new bottle of custom-made hot sauce each year. The trick to the perfect hot sauce is using a combination of peppers with a balance of sweetness, fruit and heat. Fruity peppers like the Aji Amarillo Chili, the Mexican Mirasol Pepper or the Yellow Peruvian Chile (whiclh is a deep yellow, sometimes orange, 4 to 5 inches long) have an intense spice with a fruity flavor. A Mustard Habanera pepper retains the heat found ir many Habanera varieties but has fruity overtones. This pepper is dark-yellow with hints of orange and a pointed tip. Chile peppers like poblano, New Mexico or Anaheim are a mix of fruity,; mild and spicy. Certain types Chef's Salad Grilled Chicken Salad Cheese Steak Sandwich Great Homemade Chili Only a Short ride from Hwy', downtown Julian ', 7 *,, , ,iAdd a Piece of PIE Ala-Mode Eat ;n or Take Oiit" 0---To- Ample Parking (Monday and Tuesday 7 to 2:30) v- Vlr oorcyde Friday & Saturday 7 to 8 Groups Please Call Gateway To All of The Back Country 760 765 3495 Cornerof 78 & 79 765 2072 of peppers like the Caribbean Red Pepper and Scotch Bonnets add to the hot sauce the heat that will make your Dad's mouth water, his ears pop and his body temperature rise. Combining different types of peppers with vegetables will add sweet, fruity and flavorful notes to your homemade hot sauce. Using your computer or supplies from the arts-and-crafts store, create a special label for Dad's custom "Hot Stuff Hot Sauce" using the recipe below. You also can find beautiful, but inexpensive decorative glass bottles at discount stores. Tie a ribbon to your gi bottle and a new Father's Day tradition is born! HOT STUFF HOT SAUCE 3 tablespoons extra-virgin olive oil 1 large yellow onion, sliced 2 teaspoons salt 2 large jalapeno peppers, diced 2 medium chile peppers, such as poblano, New Mexico or Anaheim, diced (see Tip below) 2-4 habanera or other small, hot chile peppers, stemmed, halved and seeded (see Tip) 4 cloves garlic, diced 1 large carrot, tip and root end removed, chopped 1 pound tomatoes, diced (about 3 cups) or 1 (28 ounce) can fire- roasted diced tomatoes 1-3 teaspoons sugar or stevia 1 cup distilled white vinegaror apple-cider vinegar 1. Heat oil in a large saucepan over medium-high heat. Add onions and salt, and cook for 3 to 5 minutes, until onions begin to soften. Add in peppers, garlic and carrots. Cook, stirring, until onion begins to brown, about 3 to 4 minutes. (Note: This should be done in a very well- ventilated area! The fumes from the cooking peppers are strong, so do not lean over the pot, or you may inhale the acrid steam.) 2. Reduce heat to medium. 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