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6 The Julian News lulian and Back Country Dining 8 Winery Guide December 2, 2009 lulian lulian Julian Santa Ysabel SUNDAY Pancakes. French Toast Brum',h Buffet Bacon.Sausage.Ham Variety Of Fresh Fruits 8 am- Noon. Adults Sl0.~ Kias S5.~ Dairy Goodies, etc. Personal Omelet Station - Cooked before your eyes Wynola RTAINMENT~ 6-9 Casual, Relaxed Family Friendly ~3MORE THAN GREAT PIZZA! Sunday thru Thursday Friday and Saturday llama - 8:00pm llam - 9:00pro (760) 765-1004 miles west of Julian on Hw~v. 78/79~ lulian/Santa Ysabel Lake Cuyamaca Return of.a~ _ ~,m. the ..~ ~j~.,jl~v ~t~__.~, =-I" Wednesda~rs ~'~Ir ONLY Friday Night Fish F-~y $9.95 (Not For Take Out) Julian Two locations to serve you: Julian Santa Ysabel ] 2225 Main Street 21976 Hwy. 79 I (760) 765-2449 (760) 765-2400 ] ~,~ In The Stonewall Building'~ , : ......: ,_,.__ |UIIG, il + ULIAN ....... Julian CANDIED APPL 2128 FOURTH STREET ~7~o)765-2655 Homemade Apple Pies Phone Open Orders 7 days Welcome week Julian RISTORANTE ITALIANO 765-1OO3 ll:30~m - 8:301,m CLOSED TUESDAY wvc~,rom anosjullan,oom J Julian IVl o untain 'IVl ade Panini's & Salads Try out the UpStairs Patio ~ Best View In Julian - OPEN Thursday- Tuesday Closed Wednesday Eat In Take Out * Delivery 760.765.2928 Julian Delicious Family Style Country Food Daily Dinner Specials Homemade Mealloaf 1/2 Rack BBQ Pork Ribs New York Steak Fish & Chips or Fish Tacos w/Sauted Mushrooms Genuine Broaster Fried Chicken Shrimp Tempera Open Daily 7 to 7 (closed Tuesday) Friday & Saturday 71o8 Gateway To All of The Back Country - Comer of 78 & 79 Ample Parking RV Trailer Motorcycle 760 765 3495 Next To Julian Gold Rush Hotel ~ ~ustang Sally's *: ~"~ ~'~ 0 "" f"alr'''" Julian Julian ~ i r~ ........ 765,!90N Wynola ~enday fresh Sealced Night I 1 am - ~pm Thursday- lue~dar Closed Wednesday Uiane I~ar [rJ & Sat Nite% @IPI~N UNIII_ ~)ll~At I~reakla~t at ~am - N~n Sunda~ Tuesday All Uay Uappy Ucur Thursday I=la~h I[~ack lc lhe Chicken Shack 1. ANIMAL KINGDOM: What would a group of emus be called? 2. LANGUAGE: What is a synonym for jejune? 3. MYTHOLOGY: In the mythical Greek tale, what was the name of Jason's ship used in pursuit in the Golden Fleece? 4. AD SLOGANS: Which company's ads claim its services are "So easy, a caveman can do it"? 5. FAMOUS QUOTATIONS: Who once said, "Our lives begin continued on page 15 Julian The Kitchen DIVA By Angela Shelf Medeari Holidoy Gifts From the Kitchen Whether the economy is up or down, gifts from the kitchen are easy and inexpensive to make, and are always welcome during the holidays. Sachets and potpourri make beautiful and aromatic Christmas gifts. Sachets can made 65 2072 of a variety of herbs or potpourri and are simple to make. The bath sachets may be placed directly into the tub or tied to the faucet so that the hot water passes through the herbal mixture as the bath is drawn. Sachet bags also may be placed inside clothes drawers, tucked into the corners of couches or armchairs, or placed inside of closets. Any number of creative combinations may be used to make potpourri. Spices, flowers, essential oils, your favorite perfume, dried herbs and citrus peels all make a wonderful potpourri. Using a fixative -- such as tincture of benzoin, styrax, orris root or muskene -- will extend the life of the perfume and ingredients. Most fixatives can be purchased at craft stores. Remember, gifts from the heart are part of the true meaning of Christmas. These easy-to-make recipes for bath sachets, potpourri and rubbing lotion will be fragrant reminders long after the holiday season is over. BATH SACHETS 2 cups dried herbs (lavender, sage, rosemary, pennyroyal, lemon verbena, camomile, thyme or mint -- alone or in any combination) 8 (4-inch) squares of cheesecloth or cotton (8 small handkerchiefs work well) 8 (12-inch) lengths of ribbon or lace Place the herbs in a plastic bag. Roll a rolling pin back and forth over the herbs until they are slightly crushed. Place 1/4 cup of the dried herbs in the center of the cloth square. Gather the square in a pouf and knot a piece of ribbon or lace around the neck of the pouf to secure the herbs. Make ribbon or lace into a bow, leaving the ends long enough to tie the bath sachet to a faucet. Makes 8 bath sachets. ROSE PETAL POTPOURRI 3 cups dried rose petals 2 cups dried lavender 1 cup dried lemon verbena 1 tablespoon dried lemon peel continued on page 14