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Page 18 -'Wednesday, January 23, 1980 Chefs will present gourmet cooking course at Santa Rosa JC Arts of the Professional Chef" will be offered on six SRJC series• He was invited Chef. It's a special course in gourmet cooking that begins January 31 at Santa Rosa Junior College, in which six professional chefs will demonstrate their special talents for the enlightenment and gastronomic enjoyment of those enrolled. Presented for the first time in the spring of 1978, the class has delighted its students, who emerge eager to prepare the culinary specialties in their own kitchens or at the restaurants where they work. Originally, the course was designed for people already employed in food establish- ments, but it is open to all who are competent cooks. It's not a course for the beginning cook, however, warns Val Reid, the SRJC dietician who has arranged the course. "The course gives the student with a basic knowledge of food preparation a chance to sharpen his or her skills and acquire a repertoire of gourmet specialties," says eid.  In addition to the six chefs- e*;of whom will prepare three delectable courses-- Chuck Chapman of the Wine Cave in Santa Rosa will be on hand to discuss appropriate wines to accompany the .ourses. "Arts of the Professional Thursday evenings, January 31 through March 6, from 6:30 to 9:30 in Room 855, Garcia Hall, Santa Rosa Junior College:' 1301 Mendocino Ave., Santa Rosa. The fee is $22. The six participating chefs and their schedule of ap- pearance are as follows: January 31 - Hans Lenz, Executive Chef of the St. Francis Hotel in San Fran- cisco, was responsible for introducing La Nouvelle Cuisine to San Francisco. Lenz discovered the new approach to classic French cooking when he visited a friend in France who was training Swiss Airline chefs in the new method. La Nouvelle seeks to bring out the fresh flavor, fine texture and delicate shapes of the food. The results please both the gourment and the health enthusiast. February 7 Klaus Scheftner, owner of the Black Forest Inn in Santa Rosa and a former executive chef at the St. Francis, specializes in German cuisine. He has created a specialty, "Chicken Veronika", using the local Sonoma County products- grapes and wine. February 14 - Karl Kurk, instructor at Canada College, will appear for the first time as chef-instructor .for the as a result of popular demand for a fine pastry chef, Kurk's area of expertise. February 21 Wolfgang Gramatzki is the owner of River's End Restaurant in Jenner, where he specializes in the preparation of fish and shellfish. Before moving to Jenner in 1975, Gramatzki was supervising chef for the 156-unit chain of Restaurant Associates, New York. February 28 - Kieter Meier, owner of the Oakmont Inn in Souverain releases Bla Santa Rosa, is also a former Col mba d chef at the St. Francis. A n ew o r nc graduate of Heidelberg Hotel Management College in Germany, he has been a chef at the Swiss Embassy in Madrid and at the Hotel Ritz and Hotel Palace, also in Madrid. March 6 - Tony Ackerman. instructor at City College of San Francisco, is new to the series. He specializes in the preparation of meats. For registration in- formation call 707-527-4441. Hawaii tour planned for senior citizens Stan and Alta Arata, of Santa Rosa, are organizing another trip to Hawaii for seniors• The tour will depart April 7, returning April 17, going to Hilo, Kona, Kauai and Honolulu. The group will be limited to 36 and will be on a "first come" basis• Additional information and reservations can be obtained by bontacting Pat Gon- terman, Codding Travel Service, Village Court, Montgomery Village, Santa Rosa - phone 544-6677. The 1979 Colombard Blanc of Souveram Winery was just released Earlier Sour,rain released their 1979 Pinot Noir Rose' and Chablis. Win,master, Bill Bonetti remarked that the '79 Colombard Blanc is Souverain's only varietal wine that is blended with another variety. Accoring to Bonetti the wine is predominently produced of Ihe flowery French Colom- bard and is complimented with a slight blend of the fragrant and fruity Chenin Blanc. This pl=oduces a light and pleasant wine that, in addition to being a top seller, has won many judging awards for Sourverain• Win,master, Bonetti characterizes the '79 Colombard Blanc as having a style much like the wines of the Southern area of the Rhine River in Germany. This is a pleasantly ver- satile wine to drink while young. It has good acidity and ph and is relatively tow in alcohol at 10.7. As with all Sour,rain wines the Colombard Blanc is Ap- pellaIion North Coast which is an assurance that 100 percent of the grapes came from the superior growing climates and soils of Sonoma, Napa and Mendocino Counties. The Winery. which is owned by North Coast Cellars, a limited partnership of 244 growers in the North Coast Counties. is located 65 miles North of the Golden Gate Bridge, at the In- dependence Lane turnoff from Highway 101. just North of Healdsburg. Tours of the facility and tastings of. the wines are given seven days a week from l0 a.m. to 5 pro. ; and the award winning Souverain Restaurant serves luncheons daily from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., and dinners from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. Wednesday through Sunday. LEGAL NOTI-E offices of RATCHFORD. StlORT & WELTY, 141 North Street. Healdsbur. CA. The location of the property to be transferred is III South Washington. Cloverdale, CA 95425. The property to be transferred is all stock in trade, fixlures, equipment. inventory and goodwill of that contracting business known as SMITH & BREAZEALE located at Ill South Washington. Cloverdale CA 95425. So far as is known to the Transferee, the Tran- sferor has not used any business name or address other than the above during the Ihree years last past. Daled: December 20, 1979. ss- THOMAS EDWARD BREAZEALE ss- RUDY M. SMITH ss- CHARLENE BREAZEALE ss- DOROTHY SMITH Published 1-23-80 LEGAL NOTI( No. 593 STATEM NER- NERSH! I'N[ BUSINESS The following withdrawn as a partner from the operating under the business name of 121 West 1st Street, date, CA. The fictitious slatement for the was filed on County of SONOMA, The full name and of the person a partner is: Lois E Baney 4180 Bayberry Drive Santa Rosa CA 95404 Signed: Lois E. This statement Ihe County Clerk County on date file stamp above. Published 1-23. 1-30, 1980. 1979 record vintage for California wine brought in a large crop. In the coastal areas, early- ripening varieties began to come in well, balked'during a cool spell, and then ripened well during a heat wave -- for a few days it looked like a repeat of 1978's vintage, when everything seemed to ripen all at once and round-the- clock picking and crushing were the order o the day. Gewurzlramzner, Char- donnay, Grey Riesling, Chenin. Blanc, Gamay, Gamay Beaujolais and Pinot Noir had excellent balances. The heat wave was followed by a long cool spell, slowing the ripening; Johannisberg Riesling and some Zinfandel, Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon were picked at this time. In mid-October, the problems of cool weather were compounded by rain, as a series of storms blew down in a Northwest-to Southeast line. However, the area south of San Francisco Bay was spared much of the wet weather. The rains were somewhat sporadic at first, enabling wineries to harvest some more grapes. It should be noted that 84 percent of the harvest was in before the rains came. . An extraordinary vintage had been exacted, due to the near-perfect quality of most of the season's weather, and this led to something of a psychological letdown at the awkward tail end of the season, but the reality is that the overwhelming majority Growers Supply & Irrigation, ,n=. Irrigation Systems, Hardware & Equipment, Swimming Pools, 44ousowares and Farm Supplies j 20750 Gevserville Avenue The 1979 grape crush for wine in California has set an aft-time record, up two percent Over the "previous year, announced John De Luca, president of Wine t'nstitute, the trade iassociation of California's Vintners and wine growers. "The crush is 2,567,598 tons, Up from 2,518,044 last year," t e Luea no ed. "Also, reports on the quality of the vast majority of this year's harvest indicate that it's very good." . L Rainfall during the 1979-80 winter was slightly below normal but more than adequate; temperatures were down to normal for the first time in several years, and vines were able to achieve dormancy, gaining a well-earned rest after two drought years followed by last year's record crop. The Spring was quite mild, without frest or precipitation problems. (Minor April showers did not affect the vines.) Budding was slightly later than usual but flowering and berry sel occurred without problems. There were some heal, ape)Is, but none of any dution, and the summer wther was, on balance, Cl to perfect. The harvest gan in August, slightly ec than normal in most arm. the Central Valley, the vintage proceeded without a hitch. Wine-grape varieties came in well-balanced and in slightly larger quantitites than last year's crop. Raisin- grape growers had no of the harvest, especially the problems for the first time in early-ripening varieties, is sdveral years and also excellent. :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: :i:! Side by Side !i;ii opens at Santa , Rosa Jaouary 25fh 857-3484 Visit The Santa Rosa Players third production of the season, Side By Side, By Sondheim, will open at the Lincoln Arts Center on January 25, and will have a rUn of 11 performances. Song b); song by song by Song, Stephen Sondheim has dazzled Broadway with his audacious music and lyrics to America's most creative contemporary musicals• This delightful revue features numbers from A Funny Thing Happened on the way to the Forum, Company, Follies, A Little Night Music and Pacific Overtures for which he wrote music and lyrics and selections from Gypsy, Do I Hear A Waltz, The Mad Show, and West Side Story to which he contributed the lyrics. The ninety minute format, Fine Italian Cuisine (707) 857-9904 39 years in the same location LAMPSON TRACTOR ::::: Geyserville Ave:, Geyserville iilil 4,.,6,.,0,,,,, peppered with fascinating anecdotes, ranges from the standards of his hit shows to the sly delights of lesser known works. The show is scored for two pianos, which will be played by Jane Ludwig Crawly and Ken Fisher. Singing the songs and telling the story will be Jim Lobdell, Marts Robinson, Mton Sizemore, and Paul Swensen. Bernard Sugarman directs. Besides the January 25 opening, performances will be held on January 26, February 1, 2, 8, 9, 15 and 16 at 8:15 p.m. and on January 27, February 3 and 10 at 2:00 p.m. Admission is $4 general .and $2.50 for students under 21 and Senior Citizens. Reservations may be made by calling 544-STAR. :::::::::::::::::::::::: • • i!i! ........ .... ilii iiii • i!i This space available - call 894-3339 for information Geyserville is the home of one of the finest Italian Restaurants in Northern California - Catelli's , The Rex. Santi and Virginia Catelli opened the restaurant in 1936 and have kept it a family-owned establishment since then. Richard Catelli, their son, is now the owner and operator and is assisted by his lovely daughter Domenica. Richard is still using the same recipes the family used for years and maintaining the fine qualify for which Catelli's gained it's fame. 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