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Lunch Dinner- 765-0173 Mid-Week Dinner Julian Wynola All you can eat spaghetti special $5.99 and live music with Coko Brown ~: $8 burger specials on ~: Buttermilk Biscuits and the Jamaican Jerk Seasoned Fried Chicken $11.99 5 - 8pm Senior Lunch Speicals Fresh, Seasonal, Outstanding llam-3:30pm ~: Seafood Specials 5pm-9pm . Farm to Table Cuisine Piano with EmilvCarterpm 6pm 9 Steaks # Seafood Specialty # Desserts Best Back Country Burgers # Children's Menu Breakfast 8am - llam Enclosed Patio Dining # Fireside Dinihg Classical Guitar with Gen Ian 3pm - 7pm Wine, Champage, and Beer Bar Private Banquet Room and Meeting Space 7 6 0.7 6 5.15 8 7 4354 Highway 78 Be~eenSanta gsabelandJufian| OPEN EVERY DAYAT llAM www.jeremysonthehill.com ,.,] Julian Wynola ('Hot Dri There is hope! gurroundinqa lulian PASTRY COMPANY . "Home Of Julian Sourdough" swa,1 Catering 760 765-2655 o... ,meg of Fo & ~ras~gt~. Juan Weekend Entertainment FRIDAY 6 To 9 SATURDAY 6 TO 9 izza! Relaxed and y Friendly 3 miles west of Julian on Hwy 78/79 EXTENDED HOIRS Open Daily Until 9:00 pm . 760 765 1 004 .~ the beating 1. GEOGRAPHY: What is the third longest river system in the world? 2. ANIMAL KINGDOM: What is another name for tot|palmate feet? 3. MUSIC: Who is the vocalist for the pop band "Blondie"? 4. U.S. STATES: What state's motto is. "If you seek a pleasant 0 peninsula, look about you"? teat 5. BUSINESS: What is the currency of South Africa? 6. LITERATURE: What was the first land Gulliver encountered D^rlrgr m. in the satirical novel "Gulliver's Travels"? .. _ ~.xb'l.ttx~jurt, contmuea on page 14 Julian and Wynola Check Holiday Lists Twice! As the holiday season approaches, many of us have holiday parties and gatherings to plan. In these tough economic times, we face the daunting task of keeping alive our family traditions without breaking our budget. The good news is that by being creative and planning carefully, and making lists, you still can make this season fun and memorable. Most of your budget may be spent on purchasing food for the holidays. The following budget-friendly tips and my easy, meatless recipe can help you save money and have fun at the same time. 1. Establish your budget and how much you can afford to spend. Design a menu around your budget and what is seasonal or on sale at the grocery store Next, write a list of who will be invited. Your budget will guide you on the number of guests you can comfortably invite. 2. Keep a grocery list so you're less likely to make an impulse purchase. A list also should prevent you from 1 Tasting 1150 Julian Orcla'ard Drive (2 miles North of Julian on Farmer Road) I 765 2072 ~i!~i~ www.menghiniwinery.com~ making extra trips to the store. Stick to your list for added savings, but stay flexible if you come across a sale. 3. Use coupons! In most cases, grocery stores have great sales on holiday staples like turkeys and hams. Their goal is to get you into the store with the hope that you'll buy lots of other products that are not on sale. Use this to your advantage, but only buy items you need. Check for online coupbns as well. Start with the website of the store where you shop or of products you use. Shopping on double or triple coupon days can save you a lot of money. 4. Buy in bulk. If the price is right and the larger size fits your criteria, go for it[ Prices can be deceiving, so pay attention to unit prices to ensure you are getting the best deal. Bigser is not always cheaper. Make sure you will use the food before it spoils. 5. Save on store brands. Buy generic and you could save up to 40 percent a year on your grocery bill. In taste tests, most consumers cannot identify the difference between generic and store brands. 6. Shop high and low. Bargains are usually on the top'or bottom shelves. The worst deals are at eye level 7. Pay attention at the checkout. Don't lose out on a great deal because an item scans incorrectly. 8. If you're hosting a holiday gathering, ask for help with meat preparation. This will help relieve some of the financial burden. Contact everyone on your holiday guest fist and see who can bring a dish to share. Guests traveling from out of town may not be able to continued on page 14 irlr[T[-~rr~, e~rrr, tr~l~l~~31!r111~ :, i-~ :.~ --,":.,UBII~T'FI;Ilq~,U~IF:IIH,I:~]U[: lll[l[lllill. -- ...... : imll~- '