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October 27, 2010 The Julian News 15 Dennis Frieden Owner/Broker Broker Since 1983 Jane Brown-Darch Broker/Associate 21 Years Experience 2735 Salton Vista Drive Charming Mountain Getaway with Knotty Pine Interior $215;000 2 BR, 2.5 Bath, 2,060 sq. ft. Home on 2.5 Acres built in 1995. This cedar home with a 210 degree view from Lake Cuyamaca to Downtown San Diego and the coast in- cludes a 650 sq.ft, deck and many dual-pane windows. There is also a 885 sq. ft. garage/ workshop and many more special features. JJ Debora Kerch Realtor/RMS 760-765-0818 r - RESULTS ARE IN -- 2010 GROSS SALES $4,701,400. .,, JULIAN REALTY HAD MORE CLOSED RESIDENTIAL TRANSACTIONS WITHIN 92036 THAN ANY OTHER REAL ESTATE AGENCY. GO WITH PROVEN RESULTS. CALL ONE OF OUR EXPERIENCED AND PROFESSIONAL AGENTS TODAY. 1771 Whispering Pines Drive 7068 Sandy Creek Road Figures derived from the San Diego Multiple Listing View to Volcan Mountain 5.61 Acres - Private Lake Service, Residential Sales from January 1, 2010 to July $239,000 ' $460,000 31, 2010 in the 92036 Zip Code. 3606Ca.ico00anch 00oad 11.53 W....am0000anch00oad Wynolaarel 159700 North00ea0000oa00 We...Water 16.52 Acre Estate with Panoramic Views High Yield Well, Septic Layout Tank, Electricity, Septic System $529,000 $1,395,000 " $279,000 $379,000 Make Julian Realty your first stop for Home and Land in the Beautiful San Diego Back Country Located Next to the Town Hall at 2127 Main Street Chefs Corner continued from page 6 boiling, steaming, roasting or using the microwave to create your own fresh pumpkin puree. Directions for cooking and preparing pumpkin puree are as follows: Boiling/Steaming Method: Cut the pumpkin into rather large chunks. Rinse in cold water. Place pieces in a large pot with about a cup of water. The water does not need to cover the pumpkin pieces. Cover the pot and boil for 20 to 30 minutes or % until tender, or steam for 10 to 12 minutes. Check for doneness by poking with a fork. Drain the cooked pumpkin in a colander. Reserve the liquid to use as a base for soup. Oven Method: Cut pumpkin in half, scraping away stringy mass and seeds. Rinse under cold water. Place pumpkin, cut-side down, on a large cookie sheet. Bake at 350 F for one hour or until fork tender. Microwave Method: Cut pumpkin in half, place cut-side down on a microwave-safe plate or tray. Microwave on high for 15 minutes, then check for doneness at 1-2 minute intervals until fork tender. Preparing the Puree: Allow cooked pumpkin to cool. Remove the peel using a small sharp knife and your fingers. Place pumpkin in a food processor and puree, or alternately use a food mill, ricer, strainer or potato masher. Freeze and store in one-cup portions in a small freezer bag for up to one year. These Pumpkin Nut Bars showcase the flavors and nutritional benefits of pumpkins to perfection! PETS OF THE WEEK Gretel is a 4-year-old female Dachshund/Terrier Mix who came to the shelter as a stray. Her unique looks and fun personality will be sure to turn heads at any dog park. Gretel is waiting for a forever home that will include her as a member of the family for the rest of her life. In return, she provides unconditional loyalty and companionship and will make you smile on those bad days at the office. To meet Gretel, ask for ID#A1377688 Tag#C471. She can be adopted for $69. Kimo is a spayed 5-year-old Siamese Mix who came to the shelter as a stray. Her big blue eyes are hard to resist and this feline will have you convinced that she is the queen of the household in no time. Kimo may be older than her fellow companions, but that simply means she'd rather snooze on the couch with her human pals than climb up your drapes for attention. To meet Kimo, ask for ID#A1376941 Tag#C934. She can be adopted for the Senior Fee of just $35. All adoption fees include vaccinations, spaying/neutering (upon adoption), a microchip and free Vet visit. Dog fees also include a 1 year license. Gretel and Kimo are at our Central County Shelter, 5480 Gaines Street, San Diego. The Shelter hours are 9:30AM to 5:30PM, Tuesday through Saturday or visit for more information. PUMPKIN NUT BARS 1 cup cooked pumpkin puree, fresh or canned 1/2 cup whipped butter 2 egg whites, slightly beaten 2 cups oats 1 cup brown sugar, packed 1/2 cup sweetened, shredded coconut, toasted (*see note below) 1/2 cup wheat germ 1 cup chopped walnuts or almonds 1. Preheat oven to 350 F. 2. In a large bowl, beat egg whites slightly; add pumpkin and melted butter or margarine beat until smooth. In another bowl, combine oats, brown sugar, coconut, wheat germ and nuts. Fold oat mixture into pumpkin mixture to form stiff dough. 3. Press dough irto a lightly greased 15 1/2 by 10 1/2-inch jelly roll pan. Bake 40 to 45 minutes or until golden brown. While still warm, cut into 2 by 3 inch bars. Serve warm or cool completely. Makes about 30 bars. *To toast the coconut, place it on a sheet pan in an even layer and put it in a 350 degree oven. Stir after 3 minutes and continue to stir every 5 minutes until lightly browned on the edges. Takes about 10 minutes cooking time. (Information for this article and a version of this recipe were provided courtesy of the University of Illinois Extension Service.) Angela Shelf Medearis is an award-winning children's author, culinary historian and the author of six cookbooks. Her latest cookbook is "The New African-American Kitchen." She is known as The Kitchen Diva and is the executive producer and host of "The Kitchen Diva!" cooking show on Visit her Web site at www.divapro. com. (c) 201OKing Features Synd., Inc. Letters continued from page 2 is not a dig on our School, but parents must be made aware of what is happening. Recently, I have been made aware of a "Fight Club" started by the 4th through 6th Grade kids. This is a situation where this group of kids will pick two kids throw them into a circle and chant "fight, fight...fight". The most recent and, may very well have been the first happened just yesterday (October 18th, 2010). It was broken up by a parent after she was told that her son Was fighting someone in the Mulit- Purpose room. When she got there he had been thrown to the floor and the kids scattered. It is my hope that as the staff is now aware, this may be nipped in the bud, but we as parents can never be unaware of what is going on. Just talking to my daughter tonight I have found out about a number of these types of bully situations that are ongoing. Bullying exists and has existed and will always exist, but in my opinion it is a lot different today than when I was in school. When I was in Junior High and High School typically when enough was enough for most, they fought on the corner and then more often than not by the next school year you were best friends. I don't remember death threats or the kind of things going on in schools today. We live in a great community, but in our very school last year, there was a kid who asked two other kids to beat up another kid for money. Girls that write notes threatening to run over other girls. Now before you role your eyes back in your head and say, "for Pete's sake, kids will be kids" I will kind of agree with you. There is a pecking order in humanity and in the wild. Specifically, gather several horses and put them in the same pasture, and within 30 minutes a pecking order will be established and remain in that order until another horse is introduced. The same goes on in our society. But kids that "solicit" others to beat someone up, or randomly pick a kid or two to throw in a circle and chant "fight" are COWARDS, BULLIES, and the likes, they are malicious and must be stopped. Parents if this is happening to your kids you have an obligation to your child to mentions something to the proper people. If it is going on in school then the staff MUST be made aware of who's who. Parents if your kids are the ones bullying, stop being ignorant and do something. We have kids in our community that can't, out of fear, play on their own street. Really??? Parents it is OUR responsibility to talk to our kids, instruct them into great adults, but we rrst not live in a fantasy land, "oh, silly kids" or "not my kid" or this is the one I like "teach your child to be tough", and my response to that, "stop teaching your child to be a Neanderthal." Our School has received awards and recognition for the Character Education, and if things are happening at the school then it is th$ School responsibility to handle the situation with parental involvement. Remember the staff at our schools work for us. Parents whose kids are these? The schools or ours? Be involved. This and other reasons have helped me make my decision to get involved in this community. Tom Skibinski Healthy Air continued from page 12 consider calling a professional heating and cooling system cleaning contractor. Check that the company is a certified member of the National Air Duct Cleaners Association (NADCA), an organization that tests the knowledge of contractors for safe and effective heating and cooling cleaning. For more information and to find a certified Air Systems Cleaning Specialist near you, visit www.