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Savory Crepes, Dessert Crepes and Monte Cristos are Back/ Try our New Hand Made Beer Battered Onion Rings 760.765.1587 www.j Fresh, Seasonal, Outstanding i [4354 Highway 78 Between Santa Ysabel and Julian Farm To Table Cuisine 1 Now Serving Made~To--Order Champagne Brunch '[ Saturday and Sunday 9am --Noon Steaks # Seafood # Specialty Desserts | Live Piano Music Frida and Saturda -, Y Y Best Back Country Burgers ff Children s Menu [Monday Night CoCo Brown, Tuesday All Day Happy Hour . Enclosed Patio Dining # Fireside Dining ~ ~ ~ "1 ~ ~ ~ ~ mum ~ Wine, Champagne andBeer Bar Priva~eBaoquet.oomand~ee.n~pa~e ~ Half Off Entr& Special ~ OPEN EVERY DAYAT llAM Buy one Entr e get the second half off valid Sunday- Friday in Julian and Wynola ( ot Drink.q Oood F00d l.ookincj for omethin unique? There ig hope[ gurroundinq Your Restaurant II Our Dinin 13 Weeks I $175 26 Weeks - $325 52 Weeks I 8600 e Rodri ez l. GEOGRAPHY: Most of the Sierra Madre mountains are located in what country? 2. MATH: What term is used to describe an irrational number such as pi? 3. HISTORY: Before the start of the Civil War, in what city was the Confederacy's provisional constitution adopted? 4. ART: What was artist Picasso's first name? 5. TELEVISION: What was the Bionic Woman's name? 6. OPERA: Who composed the opera "The Magic Flute"? continued on page 14 Dorm Room Dining Many students are headed off to college for the first time. One of the downsides of college life is the dreaded "freshman 15"-- extra pounds that many studentsgain from poor eating habits. Forming good eating habits as a college student can help lay the foundation for how and what you eat later in life. Eating fruits and vegetables boosts your immune system and helps ward off illness;, calcium helps you build bones to avoid problems later in life; and eating breakfast contributes to academic performance. But don't forget that food is to be enjoyed! Eating and preparing foods with others builds community and can help alleviate some of the stress of college life. There are quick, easy and healthy eating options for you if you're faced with dining in your dorm room. Don't have a stove or oven? Don't despair! Here are some quick, easy and healthy ideas for dorm rooms with only a small refrigerator and a 10:00 Picnic I 765 20721 microwave. --Combine mashed fresh or frozen fruit, yogurt and fruit juice for a breakfast smoothie. You don't need a blender -- just put the ingredients in a jar and shake vigorously. --Make a fresh salad with pre- packaged salad greens, canned beans, nuts and a low-fat ,dressing. For a complete meal, add tuna or salmon in one-serving pouches, whole-wheat crackers, canned or fresh fruit and milk to the menu. --Top a fresh salad with grilled or oven-roasted chicken strips: Include fruits and milk to make this a quick meal. --A quick and filling meal could include low-sodium canned soup, whole-wheat crackers with a single serving of hummus and milk. --Another meal option is a mozzarella stick, canned three-bean salad and milk. --Tasty options include canned chili. Add a fresh salad or baby carrots with hummus, fruit and milk for a complete meal. If you don't have time to make a fresh salad, add canned or frozen and thawed vegetables to the chili. --Wrap it up! Spread a whole- wheat tortilla with drained and mashed canned beans, salad greens, chopped red pepper and salsa. Serve with canned fruit and yogurt to make a complete meal. If you have access to a microwave, stove or oven, here are some more quick, easy and good-for-you meal ideas. --For breakfast, try a whole-wheat frozen waffle topped with yogurt or fruit, or have oatmeal topped with fruit. --Baked potatoes are filling and a good base for healthy toppings. Choose .sweet potatoes for the vitamin A, add salsa and frozen vegetables. Add fruit and milk to make it a full meal. --Boil hot water and pour it over whole-wheat couscous. Couscous continued on page 10