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6 The Julian News ' October 12, 2011 Julian and Back Country Dining 8 Winery Guide lulian Julian lulian i ' t1  F-- lltltlf'l Phone GRILLE Homemade 5fe faL///fl 0//# 7 .. ] "[ Orders 00000000ufian I I I. Monday thru Friday:10:3O to 4:00 I [r 765.0173 j ..... Mid-Week Dinner Specials / , Apple Pies Open 7 days a week Saturday andSunday 10:30to 5:00 # 2122 Main Street  Julian "Home Of Julian Sourdough " IIW" .A Week Catering 760765-2655 sT meof Fo J SUNDAY Pancakes. French Toast Branch Buffet 0000000.,0u,00e.,0m Variety Of Fresh Fruits 8 am - Noon. Adults $11 Kids $6 ' Dairy Goodies, etc, Personal Omelet Station- Cooked before your eyes I Wynola Julian and Santa Ysabel Wynola Thursday Two locations to serve Thru Monday Julian Santa Ysabel 11:30 - 8:30 2225 Main Street 21976 Hwy. 79 Closed "rues & Wed (760) 765-2449 (760) 765-2400 www.romanosjullan.eom .) Wynola Fresh, .Seasonal, Outstanding Farm To Table Cuisine Steaks Seafood Specialty Desserts Best Back Country Burgers 0 Children's Menu Enclosed Patio Dining Fireside Dining Wine, Champagne and Beer Bar Private Banquet Room and Meeting Space OPEN EVERY DAY AT llAM Savory Crepes, Dessert Crepes and Monte Cristos are Back! Try our New Hand Made Beer Battered Onion Rings 760.765.1587 4354 Highway 78 Between Santa Isabel and Julian ] Now Serving Made-To-Order Champagne Brunch I Saturdav and  9am --Noon t Live Piano Music Friday and Saturday ]Monday Night CoCo Brown, Tuesday All Day Happy Hour P =-- "-- "-- I'm " " " --" "! iHalf OffEntrGe Special ! Weekend Entertainment 1 FRIDAY6To 9 SATURDAY 6 TO 9 J SUNDAY 5 TO 8 More Than Just Great Pizza! Casual Relaxed and Ii I Fam,ly Friendly 3 miles west of Julian on Hwy 78/79 EXTENDED HOURS Open Daily Until 9:00 pm Buyone Entrde getthesecond half off valid Sunday- Friday 760 765 1004 k i Ii i i i i m ii d Julian There is hope! Julian and Wynola J Coj gurroundinga I /Showcase Your Restaurant !.. In Our Dining Guide .... ' 13 Weeks : $175 5Z Weeks $600 Rodguez l. GENERAL KNOWLEDGE: What was the former name of New York's John E Kennedy International Airport? 2. TELEVISION: Who played Eliot Ness on the original TV show "The Untouchables"? 3. LITERATURE: Who wrote "The Pump House Gang"? 4. MUSIC: Which singer kicked off the national dance craze called The Twist? 5. MOVIES: When did the animated feature "Dumbo" debut? 6. FOOD & DRINK: Edam is a popular type of what? continued on page 14 Retro Casseroles Everything old is new again! Retro fashions and furnishings are all the rage, so I thought it was time to bring back a retro casserole dish. A casserole describes both the container and the contents. Casseroles have been prepared since the earliest times and can be a savory or sweet dish. Casseroles became popular in America during the Depression and grew in popularity into the 1940s. Then and now, in times of economic hardship, a casserole is the perfect way to feed a family on a budget. Cream of Mushroom Soup, was introduced in 1934 and became the "go-to" canned staple as a soup and sauce, especially in casseroles. Tuna Noodle Casserole was an old recipe Dan's Market '78' I I I I Eat In or Take O ] t'l Add a piece f plE Ala'Mde Ample Parking Open Daily 7 to 7 RV "Trailer Motorcycle (closed Tuesday) Groups Please Call Friday & Saturday 7 to 8 Gateway To All of The Back Country 76C '765 3495 Corner of 78 & 79 Daily Lunch Specials Chef's Salad Grilled Chicken Salad Cheese Steak Sandwich Angus or Buffalo Burgers Great Homemade Chili 00,00IGHINI ; ; ::: :; : ,, aO:O0 g , ? and Picnic 71: 1150 Julian OrcNard Drive (2 miles North of Julian on Farmer:Road) 765 2072 www. men popularized by the home economists at the Campbell Soup Company. The original recipe contained canned tuna (something that had been slow to gain popularity), egg noodles, hard-cooked eggs and slices of pimento cheese topped with cereal flakes that had been tossed with butter. In the 1950s, convenience was the main reason for the continuing popularity of casseroles. Modern cooks liked the ease of opening a few cans and packages to create a meal. In 1955, Campbell's popularized Green Bean Casserole containing Cream of Mushroom soup. It continues tobe a holiday favorite. When I was a new bride and college student in 1975, casseroles were a great remedy for my woefully limited cooking skills and lack of time. Today, I consider casseroles the perfect dish for a budget-friendly meal, and a way to stock my freezer with crowd-pleasing dishes that can be easily re-heated in the microwave. This recipe for Chicken Cordon Bleu casserole is a 1960s retro casserole classic that will stand the test of time. CHICKEN CORDON BLEU CASSEROLE 2 (6-ounce) packages long grain and wild rice mix 6 (about 2-1/2 pounds total) skinless, boneless chicken breast halves 6 very thin slices Black Forest ham or country ham 3 ounces Gruyere cheese, cut into 3 by 1/2 by 1/2-inch sticks, plus 1/2 cup (2 ounces) shredded Gruyere cheese for sprinkling 1 1/2 tablespoons poultry seasoning 1 teaspoon salt 1 teaspoon ground black pepper 1/4 teaspoon cayenne pepper 1/3 cup all-purpose flour, plus 2 tablespoons for the sauce 2 eggs, lightly beaten 2 tablespoons water continued on page 10