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6 The Julian News July 7, 2010 lulian and Back Country Dining 8 Winery Guide Julian Homemade Apple Pies Phone Open Orders 7 days Welcome a week 40okies *Pai 122 Main Street* 7Lc22 SUN DAY Pancakes. French Toast Brum',h Buffi00t Bacon.Sausage.Ham Variety Of Fresh Fruits 8 am - Noon. Adults SlO 9s Kids S5 .gs Dairy Goodies, etc. Personal Omelet Station - Cooked before your eyes Julian OnCho Villa's00 Authentic l exican Foodl & Pizza nrive-Thru Service  Ior To-Go Orders Daily Mexic Food & Pizza Specizds Complete Dinners & Ala-Car Menu Smal to La Pts (VV Sckon) OPEN 7 DAYS 11:30a.m. - 8.'30p.m. 760 765-1810 2Coleman Creek Center - Julian Blocks South of Main on Washington) Beer&Wine Available Visa/Master Card Accepted j Julian and Wynola Julian DODGE HOUSE RISTORANTE ITALIANO 76O 765 I003 Julian Mi00iWli00-7 k HOT DOra & ,r Dwo,mM 2000 Main Street - Stonewall Stores Open Daily 1am until 4pm We proudly servelproducts rnnaBee/ Get a I o ng little doggie Original Chicago Dog Soft Pretzels Gourmet Soft Ice Hot Dogs Cream Specialty Toys and Gifts ausages Telephone 760 765 0506 Julian Julian ULIAN GRII Lake Cuyamaca Julian Md lay, Thurs'day, Friday, Saturday 1@30 to 411 Sunday II to 4 closed Tuesday & Wednesday S15t'VersllaB Cile-6Pfio' Tea 4 Two ~ $19.900'ZL Julian Tea 760 765 0832 -2124 BirdSreet 866 765 0832 TollFree  one blockoff Main Street w'ajuliantea.com # Lake Cuyamaca ian-er ic an -( uisin e I li-day NilR-Fih$ry] $9 95 (Not rot) pSaturday Night r00me.,00005 Wynola Julian 00ooa Voo00 loking for ometh/ng unique? There is hope[ Patio Cozg Dining Surroundirg ,1.92] z6s-!9% 1. THEATER: Which musical featured a song with the lyrics, "I feel pretty, oh so pretty"? 2. LITERATURE: Who wrote the novel "From Here to Eternity"? 3. GEOGRAPHY: In what city would you find the Brandenburg Gate? 4. MUSIC: Which Southern rock band had a Top Ten single with "Imaginary Lover"? continued on page 14 Julian Santa Ysabei  ., ' /: RANCH .. i{ . i  i   , [X To 760"765"2167, lulian and Santa sabel Wynola |RTAINMENT- 6-? Family Friendly MORE THAN GREAT PIZZA! Sunday flwu 'lursday Friday aud Saturday 1 ! am - 8:00pro l I am - 9:00pm (760) 765l 1004 miles west of Julian on Hw/. 7.8/79j Julian Mondays: Open Mic/Karaoke Night on our Beautiful Patio! Tuesdays: All Day Happy Hour Wednesdays: Now _p__e_q! Thursdays: Chicken Shack Night Friday and Saturdays: Live Piano Sunday Champagne Brunch 9am Open Every Day! Reservations Recommended 760.765.1587 www.jeremysonthehill.com 4354 Highway 78 Between Santa Ysabel and Julia The Kitchen DIVA By Angela Shelf Medearis Red, White and Green Holidoy With Watermelon A Fourth of July picnic, an ice- cold watermelon, patriotic songs and lots of loud, brilliantly hued fireworks are my idea of a wonderful holiday celebration. Watermelons serve two purposes on a hot July Delicious Family Style Country Food Daily Lunch Specials Chef's Salad Angus or Buffalo Burgers Grilled Chicken Salad Great Homemade Chili Cheese Steak Sandwich ,E (2 niles North of Julian on rrnoRoad) 765 2O72 www.menghiniwinery.com# day -- they're a sweet finish to a meal, and a source of nutrititious hydration. Watermelon also is low in fat and cholesterol-free. It has a vast nutritional profile including high levels of the antioxidant lycopene, an excellent source of the important amino acid citrulline and is a good source of vitamins C, B-l, B-6 and a source of vitamin A. Watermelons are classified as a fruit, much like the pepper, pumpkin or tomato. However, as a member of the cucurbitaceae plant family of gourds, watermelon also is related to the cucumber and squash. Watermelons are planted from seeds or seedlings, harvested and then cleared from a field like a vegetable. Since watermelon is grown as a vegetable crop using vegetable production systems, it can also be considered a vegetable. Some refer to watermelon as a "fregetable" -- a combination of a fruit and a vegetable. Watermelons are now available all year long in mini, seeded and seedless, and yellow- and orange- flesh varieties. They also come in various sizes, as well as two colors: red and yellow. This "fregetable" is especially plentiful from April through October. About 200 to 300 varieties are grown in the U.S. and Mexico, although only about 50 varieties are very popular. There's an art to picking the perfect watermelon. Look the watermelon over and pick it up. The watermelon you select should be one that is firm, symmetrical and free from bruises, cuts or dents and heavy for its size. Watermelon is 92 percent water weight. To find out if a watermelon is ripe: knock it, and if it sounds hollow then it is ripe. The underside of the watermelon should have a creamy yellow spot from where it sat on the ground and ripened in the sun. Compared to most fruits, wtermelons need a more "tropical" climate -- a thermometer reading continued on page 15