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6 The Julian News July 20, 2011 Julian and Back Country Dining s Winery Guide lulian Homemade Apple Pies Phone Open Orders 7 days Welcome a week Julian rPoncho Villa&apos;s00 Authentic l Mexican Food/ & Pizza Drive-Thru Service  for To-Go Orders _ Daily Mexican Food & Pizm Specials Complete Dinne & Ala-Carle Menu SmaU to La Pt (We Sax) OPEN 7 DAYS 1 l:30a.m. - 8.'30p.m. 760 765-1810 kColeman Creek Center - Julian '2 Blocks South of Main on Washington) Julian Julian Beer & Wine Available Visa/Master Card Accepted _j SUNDAY Pancakes. French Toast Brunch Bllffet Bac0n,Sausage,Ham Variety Of Fresh Fruits 8 am - Noon. Adults $11s Kids $6 % Dairy Goodies, etc. Personal Omelet Station- Cooked before your eyes - :::::oe T,, gu#o, .It t',, I . ............. " " ") 11866 765 0832 Tollzree .......... 2124 :IhirdStree --- "- .v t "l',,, 760 765 2167 _.__ --- vwjuCm,tea.o,, " =-'- 7g7! 4;l'eaMain'=r- "" 'ulian- OA Mo.d% 5rhursdaij, friday, Saturday 10.'30 to 4 Sunday 11 t o 4 -- Closed Tues, & Wed. Julian Julian APPLE 00A.E00L/Po%%NY iullan D i. .... C ,t . .- E _. --130$1D [ MAINTENAii E III k[lG UST:Sf"118v" III i 760 765-1003 III Thursday III I Thr Monday Closed Tue,,,, Wed Ill www.romanosiulian .com ot Drird good Food  tokinl for come,faint] unique? There ia hope! Julian and Wynola Fresh, Seasonal, Outstanding Farm To Table Cuisine Steaks  Seafood  Specialty Desserts Best Back Country Burgers  Children's Menu Enclosed Patio Dining  Fireside Dining Wine, Champagne and Beer Bar Private Banquet Room and Meeting Space Wynola Savory Crepes, Dessert Crepes and Monte Cristos are Back! Try our New Hand Made Beer Battered Onion Rings 760.765.1587 www.j eremysonthehill.com 4354 Highway 78 Between Santa Ysabel and Julian Now Serving MadeTo--Order Champagne Brunch Saturday and  9am --Noon I Live Piano Music Friday and Saturday I Monday Night CoCo Brown, Tuesday All Day Happy Hour Half Off Entree Special ! OPEN EVERY DAY AT llAM e,y one Entr& get the second hallo[" f valid Sunday- Fridav <, ' Your hocation Here II :00howease Your Restaurant II II<,,i., ,,,-o,,r oiningcuide-- - II II ..................... ,3 Weeks - $ Z 75 II 5= Weeks- 8600 II Rodriguez 1. FOOD & DRINK: What vegetable also is known as a pieplant? 2. EXPLORERS: Which famous explorer also served as a governor of Arizona in the late 1800s? 3, LANGUAGE: What does the Latin term "pro forma" mean? 4. MEASUREMENTS: If something occurs every 12 years, what would be the correct numerical term to describe the event? 5. HISTORY: Where did American legend Davy Crockett die? continued on page 14 Julian ULIAN GR Mid-Week Dinn, Julian and 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 J New Entertainment Schedule FRIDAY 6-9 SATURDAY 6 TO 9 SUNDAY 5 TO 8 More Than Just Great Pizza! Casual Relaxed and Fam=ly Friendly 3 miles west of Julian on Hwy 78/79 S|MER HOURS Open Daily Until 9:00 pm v 760 765 1004 ., Slow-Cooker Summer We're having record high temperatures in my home state of Texas. The heat seems to bring out my creativity, as I've devised a number of ways to continue to enjoy my favorite meals and desserts without using my oven. My slow cooker is often used in the wintertime for soups and savory dishes, but I've discovered that it's perfect for the summer months as well. The slow cooker can be used, with a few adaptations, for many recipes that are traditionally prepared in the oven. Most slow cookers are sold with a recipe booklet. Expanding on the suggested slow cooker recipes to incorporate ones that usually require baking time in the oven is a great way to conserve energy and keep your home cool. This easy Slow-Cooked Fruit Cobbler is the perfect way to avoid using your oven on a hot summer day. The recipe retains all of the fruity flavors of an old-fashioned baked cobbler without using as much heat. I Santa-'sabel; Daily Dinner Specials i Homemade Meadoaf New York Steak w/Sauted Mushrooms Genuine Broaster Fried Chicken % Rack BBQ Pork Ribs ', : Fish & Chips or Fish Tacos ',Hwy', Shrimp Tempera 1781 Eat In Ample Parking RV Trailer Motorcycle Groups Please Call 760 765.3495 / I or Take O0t'[ AddaPiecefplEAla'Mde Open Daily 7 to 7 (closed Tuesday) Friday & Satday 7 to 8 Gateway To All of TheBack Coun Corner of 78 & 79 g 1150 Julian Orchard Drive (2 miles North of Julian on Farmer Road) 765 2072 If you're grilling outside, dessert can be slowly cooking inside and cooling while dinner is served. It's the perfect finish to a summer meal. SLOW-COOKED FRUIT COBBLER You can use stemmed and sliced fresh or frozen berries in this recipe instead of the apples or peaches with great results! If you don't have buttermilk on hand, you can make a good substitute by adding a 1/2 teaspoon of lemon juice to 1/2 cup of milk. Stir and let it set for 10 minutes before using as directed in the recipe. 4 cups peeled, seeded and sliced apples or peaches (fresh, frozen or canned) 2 tablespoons butter, softened, or butter-flavored cooking oil spray 1 1/2 cups sugar, stevia sugar substitute or agave syrup 2 tablespoons flour 1 tablespoon lemon juice 1 teaspoon vanilla extract Biscuit topping: 1 1/2 cups flour 1/4 cup sugar, plus more for sprinkling 4 teaspoons baking powder 1/2 teaspoon baking soda 1/4 teaspoon salt 1/3 cup cold butter, cubed 1/2 cup buttermilk Grease bottom and sides of a slow cooker with a removable pot insert with the butter or cooking-oil spray. Add in fruit, sugar, flour, lemon juice and vanilla. Stir to combine. Biscuit Topping: 1. Using a large bowl, mix together flour, sugar, baking powder, baking soda and salt. Cut in the butter with a fork or the tips of your fingers until crumbly. Add buttermilk and stir with a fork to make a slightly sticky dough. With floured hands, gather dough into a ball. continued on page 10