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There t hope! Julian iiiiii Lunch and Dinner 765-0173 2224 Julian Homemade Apple Pies Phone  Open ge;c'oe:: deaYe - a;n Street * Trivia test Rodilgu l. GEOGRAPHY: What country claims Addis Ababa as its capital? 2. MUSIC: What is the real name of Irish rock ban U2's lead singer Bonn? 3. SCIENCE: Which famous scientist was known as "the Wizard of Menlo Park"? 4. MOVIES: What was the name of the fictional town that was the setting for "Back to the Future"? continued on page 15 Valencia Orang Segments and M Colored Beet Sal from Jeremy A Jeremy's On I"/ The Orange has been cooking tool in the Meditel since the 15th century. Intr to Europe from China, continued westward to the ne as a part of the Great Col Exchange of food plants b, the hemispheres. Spanish planted oranges in the miss California before the 1800 by 1900, land developers luring settlers to southern C with the prospect of pickin! oranges from backyard Today Suburbs have displa( orange groves that once cove southern California Coastal  Now production has move and East to California's and Northern Valleys and d Oranges are a staple ingre( my family's kitchen. We us, e Jlti ad [anley e Hill a vital ranean )duced ranges v world ]mbian .=tween Padres ions of , and were lifornia fresh trees. ed the red the /alleys. North 3entral sserts. lient in them in desserts, our Sunday morning brunches, Salads, Vinaigrettes, Soup sand Fish Stocks. In the Summer, Valencia Oranges are great. In the winter, what could be better than biting into a blood orange? Blood oranges have a reddish orange outside and a dark purple with red juice flesh color inside. Try putting fresh squeezed orange juice atop of a strawberry for a snack; or, make a strawberry orange Sherbet. Blood oranges have the most interesting complex flavor of any orange: tart, and rich with hints of raspberry. California, Texas and Florida grow these, but California has a more consistent flavor profile. Florida is second on Orange production in the United States. Florida's primary two are the early Hamlin and the midseason Pineapple. Hamlin doesn't have a particularly interesting flavor but the juice is sweet, if a little pale. Pineapple is a very flavorful orange, with a hint of tartness. Pineapple oranges are best around January and February. The only Drawback is there are 20 or more seeds in each fruit. Try the Blood orange version of this salad for an incredible presentation. Valencia Orange and Beet Salad This Salad is particularly beautiful when two or more colors of red, pink or orange beets are used. An advantage of golden beets is they don't bleed and run their color as their red counterparts do making it easier to arrange on a salad. Look for these markets. 12 small or medium Beets Extra Virgin Olive Oil Salt and Pepper Red Wine Vinegar 5 Valencia Oranges Teaspoon finely chopped Rosemary Optional: Nicoise Olives Preheat oven to 375 Trim off tops of beets leaving 1 inch of stem and the root end intact. Wash them and put them in a roasting pan with a splash of water, and olive oil with some salt. Cover and roast in the oven until tender About 45 minutes. If using a mixture of beets roast the red ones separate. Let the beets cool until you can handle them, then peel them. Cut some of the beets into wedges and some in strips. Sprinkle with salt and a little vinegar and let sit for 10 minutes to absorb flavor. Cut the tops and bottoms off of the oranges. Cut away strips from end to end taking off all the flesh. Set aside. Make vinaigrette by grating half the zest from the remaining orange into a small bowl. Squeeze 3 tablespoons of juice fromthe orange and add to the bowl along with chopped rosemary and 1 teaspoon of vinegar. Let macerate for an hour. Wisk in % cup of olive oil. When ready to serve carefully slice the peeled oranges into inch thick rounds. Arrange them on a platter with the beets. Spoon the vinaigrette over the salad and garnish with a few nicoise ofives if you wish. And Enjoy/ Come enjoy one of our fresh, seasonal salads at your local farmers at deremy's on the Hill - there are always 4 or 5 to choose from.