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6 The Julian News July 31, 2013 lulian and Back Country Dining s Winery Guide J SUNDAY Pancakes. French Toast Brunch Buffet 00o00on.00ou,oo00..o00 Variety Of Fresh Fruits 8 am - Noon. Adults $11 o Kids $6 &apos; Dairy Goodies, etc. Personal Omelet Station- Cooked before youv eyes L; Cuyamaca lulian Homemade Apple Pies Phone Open Orders 7 days Welcome a week 765 lullan 00WBEEE00 7 CAFE "-,,%0, 760.765.2167 @ lulian  NCyW se  Cona,,e,./ Be t 8:00a. to lO:3Oa.m " Itl TogF Sree 66 7650832 '-  obfocoffMa'mStreet m w juliantea.cam qrsa(av tu Monday: 8:00 to 4:00 lulian ULIAN Fresh, Seasonal, Outstanding Farm to Table Cuisine lulian I ^u00.u00T / 760765-2655 -- T01tIGUT 21 Wynola Open 7 Days a Week llam to closing M_p__n_dl: Live Music with Coko Brown Rg_$_d_(l!/: Mid Week Specials ]: Mid Week Specials Bring Your Own Wine - No eorkage fee Thursdau_: Mid Week Specials : Fine Dining 5pro to 9pro Saturdau: Classical Guitar with Gen Ian Steaks <> Seafood Specialty <> Desserts 6pm- 9pm Best Back Country Burgers <> Children s Menu Sunday: Piano with Emily Carter Enclosed Patio Dining <> Fireside Dining 5pm - 8pro Wine, Champagne, and Beer Bar .a .... Private Banquet Room and Meeting Space ' Facebook /Vt./vool)u/ 4354 Highway 78 BetweenSantarsabe/anddulian San Diego's Sustainable Chef ] www:jeremysontheHll.com Wynola ............ lullan 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 , 1 Rodfiguez PlZ ,OD-FIR MORE THAN JUST GREAT PIZ/! ENTERTAINMENT EVERY Friday & Saturday 6-9 Wed & Thurs Mexican Specialties in the evening Wed & Thurs Authentic Margaritas Every Sat & Sun BBQ/Grill Specials SUMMER HOURS Open Daily llm Until 9:00pm (760) 765-1004 3 miles west of Julian on Hwy. 78/79 Dine Inside, Outside Take Out Conference Faeilities Over 35 varieties of beer, ale and hard cider ,/ 1. MEDICAL: The condition called nephrolithiasis is more commonly referred to as what? 2. CONGRESS: What did the acronym HUAC stand for? 3. INVENTIONS: What 19th-century ranching aid did Joseph Glidden invent? 4. GENERAL KNOWLEDGE: What are Georgetown University's sports teams known as? 5. MATH: What is the Arabic equivalent of the Roman numerals MDCII? continued on page 14 lullan and Warner Springs 00Poncho Villa's-00 Authentic | Mexic an EQ, O_d I & Pizza I Drive-Thru Service IM Xn.itn Ibda, "-  I 760 765-1810 , lXloon to - 05 from   a d_rk . OPEN 7 DAYS Available 11:30a.m. - 8"30p.m. Visa/Master Card Accepted Now In Warner Too! Coleman Creek Center - Julian t,d2 Blocks South of Main on Washington) lulian 760 782 0224 Wook Nite l0eilz Chicken fried steak Liver .nd onions i Kot beef Turkey dinner lg't, ''* Sirloin ste=k 2722 Whinon Street.760 765 2265 lullan 2718 B Street- Julian Reservations 760 765 1003 www.romanosj ulian.com - Closed- Tuesday & Wednesday - : lullan and Wynola :78, :___: Eat In or Take Out, Only a Short ride from downtown Julian ............ I A re,l,= p.L.;.,, oareway to nl or me oacn country I .... v ......... e Corner of 78 & 79 I RV Trailer Motorcycle . _ I Groups Please Call DOily t.. spends, i 760 765 3495 Doily Dinner Spedols i al Easy Summer Meals for Kids It is important to provide balanced, nutritious meals for your children throughout the summer. Unfortunately, summertime can pose challenges to the family food budget because children are eating more meals at home. "There are summer meal programs available for families that need assistance," said Terry Egan, nutrition and health education specialist with University of Missouri Extension. Food banks or food pantries, local Boys and Girls Clubs, daycares and summer schools are just a few places that may offer meals for children. If all meals are provided at home, here are some tips to help keep costs down: --Choose a variety of healthy options so children don't get bored with the same foods. Try sandwich wraps with meat and veggies inside, fresh and canned fruits for sweetness and nutrition, and low-fat milk to round out the meal. --Choose whole grains, which help you feel full. Whole-grain cereals and breads are great for breakfast and lunch, and whole- grain oatmeal-raisin cookies provide staying power. --Choose new, interesting or favorite vegetables from a local farmer's market. Vegetables have lots of nutrients and fiber to help you feel full. Have vegetables washed, cut and ready in the refrigerator to add to meals or to eat as snacks. --Drink lots of water. Water cools us off, hydrates the body and helps us feel full longer. --Use caution with low- nutrient foods like chips, snack cakes, cookies, soda and juice drinks. These foods can be very expensive, and they are not very filling or satisfying. --Let your children help plan meals and snacks so they can have some of their favorite foods. Planning ahead can really save money in your food budget. --Enjoy the foods of summer -- blueberries, strawberries, peaches, watermelons and fresh garden veggies are always a treat. --Try these garden-fresh recipes for dinner, and top them off with a fresh fruit frozen treat. Your family will love them! FARMER'S MARKET TURKEY WRAPS You can swap out your child's favorite veggies to make this fresh and easy wraps! To remove corn kernels from the cob, stand an ear of corn on one end and slice the kernels offwith a sharp knife. One ear will yield about 1/2 cup kernels. Look for soft sun-dried tomatoes (not oil-packed) in the produce section of most supermarkets. If you can only find dry (and hard) sun-dried tomatoes, soak them continued on page 14