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6 The Julian News June 23, 2010 lulian and Back Country Dining e Winery Guide Julian Julian Julian "00ot l:>rinl00" C.oocl Voo00 Hoomemade Apple Pies ,  m,  Open Loo fo, I O,do,,  Lt V . 7 days t .eaomething [ WelcmeL" |,,,' aweek 7--(" RANCH "  unique? l -- ":: gurrounainq I Cookies. l asti ies Lunche"] T o 760 765.2167 :):i 49001 7600-190C00 765 SUNDAY Pancakes. French Toast Brun00',h Buffet Bacon.Sausage.Ham Variety Of Fresh Fruits 8 am - Noon. Adults $10 . Kids $5 .9 Dairy Goodies, etc. Personal Omelet Station - Cooked before your eyes lulian ULIAN GRIL Julian Julian Authentic Mexican Food BAKERY &BISTRO Beer & Wine Available Visa/Master Card Accepted .j &Pizza Drive-Thru Service for To-Go Orders Daily Mexicm Food & Pizza Specials Complete Dinners & Ala-Carle Merm Small to Large Pizz (Wide Selection) OPEN 7 DAYS 1 1:3Oa.m. - 8:3Op.m. 760 765-1810 Coleman Creek Center - Julian 2 Blocks South of Main on Washington) Julian DODGE HOUSE Lake Cuyamaca Julian and Santa Ysabel RISTORANTE ITALIANO WEDNESDAY .THURSDAY 2718 'B" St _- 4:30 UNTIL 8:30  - _ CLOSED TUESDAY  f II---www.rom an osjulia m-'l Julian and Wynola Santa Ysabel Delicious Family Style Country Food Daily Dinner Specials Homemade Meatloaf 1/2 Rack BBQ Pork Ribs New York Steak Fish 8, Chips or Fish Tacos w/Sauted Mushrooms Shrimn Temnera Genuine Broaster Fried Chicken v - (closed Tuesday) Ample Parking , rian-Ameriean Cuisine . RV * Trailer Motorcycle t "",fFri-=' Niglt PighPrF] fOUl s vie ,se Ca I It OK Yucr I 760 765 3495 I Saturday Night I IPrlme.,00q00/ / Rib00 JuiWan/Catins tarnta Ysabel I 2225 Main Street 21976 Hwy. 79 / (760) 765-2449 (760) 765-2400 ...... ii : .... .... ! ......... ,, Julian Wynola MORE THAN GREAT PIZZA! Sunday thru Thursday Friday and Saturday llam - 8:00pm llam - 9:00pm (760) 765-1004 miles west of Julian on Hw. 78/79 lulian t PASTRY COMPANY pen 8 to 5 [closedTuesday&Wednesday] ,ANDmD APPL00, 2128 FOURTH STREET (7eo)765-2655 j Monday, qhur/day, Friday, Saturday 10:30 to 4 Sunday 11 to 4 closed Tuesday & Wednesday ("lS'nn--iversd Ce-fe-bTffion' 4 00S19,9500.00 _ 0832 .. -2124 qhirdStreet l": one block off MainStreet - Julian 76_00; 20700 Wynola Mondays: Open Mic/Karaoke Night on our Beautiful Patio! Tuesdays: All Bay Happy Hour Wednesdays: Now Ooen! Thursdays: Chicken Shack Night Friday and Saturdays: Live Piano Sunday Champagne Brunch 9am Open Every Day! Reservations Recommended 760.765.1587 4354 Highway 78 Between Santa Ysakel and Julian R0driguez Julian 2000 Main Street- Stonewall Stores Open Daily 1am until 4pm We proudly serveproducts Get a long little doggie .- Original Chicago Dog Soft Pretzels Gourmet Soft Ice Hot Dogs Cream - Specialty Toys and Gifts ausages Telephone 760 765 0506 il. GENERAL KNOWLEDGE: In currency, what is a watermark, and why is it used? 2. TELEVISION: What TV show featured the neighbors named Lenny and Squiggy? 3. GEOGRAPHY: Which of the Great Lakes is located entirely within the United States? 4. MOVIES: What book is the movie "Clueless" loosely based upon? continued on page 15 The Kite;hen DIVA By Angela Shelf Medearis Strawberries - The Perfect Summer Fruit Strawberries have been considered a tasty and nutritious treat for hundreds of years. Nutritional experts believe that strawberries are as close as you can get to a perfect fruit. They're low in calories (27 in 100g) and fat-free, but packed with nutrients, including vitamins and antioxidants that bring numerous health benefits. Eating just five strawberries gives you more vitamin C than an orange. The vitamin content in strawberries drops quickly, so you need to eat them as soon as you can after they've been picked. The strawberry got its name from the common practice of growing berries under straw to protect them from winter cold and late spring frosts. A member of the rose family, the strawberry sometimes gives off a rose-like aroma. Many speculate about how the luscious fruit was discovered. It is known that the strawberry goes as far back as the Romans, and perhaps even the Greeks. The strawberry plant was originally grown in Northern Europe, but wild species also are found in Russia, Chile and North America. At one time, wild strawberries grew everywhere from Canada to the Carolinas and westward beyond the Appalachian Mountains. Before modern refrigeration, a day of "strawberring" meant a long day of picking, followed by gorging on delicious strawberry treats -- pies, tarts, shortcake and all the ripe strawberries the family could consume. Berries that were not eaten were preserved as jam, jelly, sauce, strawberry vinegar and strawberry tonic, a medicinal drink. .The remaining berries were dried on flat rocks for several days. These dried berries would be used throughout the fall and winter in breads, cakes, puddings and porridge. The first American species of strawberry was cultivated in about 1835. Today, the strawberry is the leading small fruit crop in the U.S. It is farmed from Florida to Alaska, with the largest strawberry growing centers located in California and Florida. When picking or buying packages of strawberries, look for ripe, shiny and continued on page 15