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26 - CAPE GAZETI, Friday, January 3 - January 9, 1997 Low-cal0rie ha]it keeps no-bake desserts healthy If baking has gotten to be more work and calories than you really want, why not serve easy, no-bake desserts that feature plenty of deli- cious, low-calorie fruit7 Fruit desserts can be a light fin- ish to a heavy meal, and they are also an important part of a healthy diet. The vitamins, fiber and other substances in fruits can protect your health and lower risk of can- cer, according to studies funded by the American Institute for Can- cer Research. And fruits can be a colorful way to make any table dazzling. Some delicious low-fat possi- bilities include: mixed fruit, such as fresh or frozen berries with melon or citrus and garnished with mint leaves or topped with a dash of your favorite liqueur (red Strawberries or raspberries mixed with green slices of kiwi fruit or honeydew melon, for example, can bring out the colors of the sea- son). Other lustrous fruits include dark red cherries, bright slices of orange, and fresh strawberries, which can be served with choco- late dipping sauce made with co- eva powder for fewer calories (see recipe below) or fat-free whipped topping. Fruits like grapes and slices of plums, pears and star fruit can sparkle when they are "glacted" by just rinsing with water and rolling lightly in finely granulated sugar, then arranged on a platter. Fresh or thawed frozen fruits can be pureed in a blender, with or without sugar, and used as deli- cious sauces over slices of low-fat angel food cake bought from your local bakery or grocery store. Dried fruits like dates and figs are higher in calories than fresh fruit, but a few can be chopped and used as festive toppings for fruit-filled puddings, gelatins or low-fat mousse. Poached fruits are easy to pre- pare and can include dried fruits as well as finn fall selections like apples and pears. The following two recipes make the most of these nutritious fruits and you can double or triple the ingredient amounts depending on the number of servings you want. Poached Pears with "55 Alive" class set for Jan. 14, 15 Beebe Medical Center will co- sponsor the AARP "55 Alive" Safe Driving Course from 6-10 p.m. both evenings at the Beebe School of Nursing. The program is aimed at people 50 and over and will be taught by a trained AARP volunteer. The fee is $8 per person, payable to AARP on the first night of class. Call 645- 3332 to register. Chocolate Sauce 2-1/2 cups water 7 Tbsp. granulated sugar Grated rind and juice of one lemon I cinnamon stick 4 pears Lemon rind, cut into thin strips and curled Chocolate Sauce: 1 cup cocoa powder 2/3 cup water 1 cup sugar 112 cup honey 1 tsp. vanilla extract In a large saucepan, combine the water, sugar, lemon rind, lemon juice and cinnamon stick. Bring to a boil, stirring until the sugar is dissolved. Peel, halve and core the pears. Add the pears to the boiling syrup. (Pears should be covered in liquid; if not, double the amount of poaching liquid or poach in batches.) Reduce the heat to medi- um-low and simmer gently for 15 to 20 minutes or until the pears are almost tender (pears will continue to cook while cooling). Remove from the heat and let pears cool in the liquid. Remove cinnamon stick. For the sauce, combine the co- coa and:sugar, whisk in water and honey, bring to a full boil over medium heat. Boil for two minutes, stirring constantly, remove from heat and stir in the vanilla extract. Let the sauce cool (it will thicken upon cooling). Drain the pears thoroughly and pat dry on paper towels. Arrange the pear halves on individual plates. Drizzle with chocolate sauce, garnish with lemon rind strips, and serve at room temperature. Each of the eight servings con- tains 168 calories and less than 1 gram of fat. Poached Apples with Cranberry-Cinnamon Sauce 4 medium tart-tasting baking apples 1/2 cup dark brown sugar 2-1/2 cups plus 2/3 cup water 1 cup fresh cranberries Arthritis support group to meet at MMHJan. 15 Milford Memorial Hospital and the Arthritis Foundation, Delaware Chapter, will host an arthritis meeting every third Wednesday of each month from 7 to 9 p.m. in room 207 of the Grief Building located on Sussex Av- enue in Milford. The next meet- ing is scheduled for Jan. 15. For more information, call (800) 292-9599. , 1/4 tsp. of cinnamon I/3 cup white sugar 1/2 cup raisins, soaked in hot water for 15 minutes afro drained Wash and remove the core from the apples, so that their centers are hollow. Place them in a large saucepan with 1/2 cup of brown sugar and 2 1/2 cups of water. Bring the water to a boil, then reduce the heat to low, cover and simmer for 10 minutes, or until the apples are just tender. Baste occasionally with the syrup in the pan while cooking. Meanwhile, in a medium saucepan, heat the cranberries, cinnamon, 2/3 cup water and 1/3 cup of white sugar over medium heat. Boil gently for 10 minutes. Cool slightly and puree in a blender or food processor until smooth. To serve, pour the sauce on the apples and into the cored centers and sprinkle with a spoonfu ! of raisins. Each of the four servings contains 256 calories and no fat. ASSOCIATES IN MEDICINE, P.A. "Quality Internal Medicine" NANCY A. UNION, M.D. Internal Medicine 12 Years Experience Private Practice in Lewes PHIL STEIN, M.D., Ph.D. Internal Medicine Johns Hopkins Trained 645-6644 119 W. Third St., Lewes, DE Hours Mon.-Fri. By Appt. _Medical Sup_port Physician's Billing Service Eliminate Hiring and training staffonly to have them leave Computer hardware and software costs Contending with insurance companies over claims Discover Faster payments thru eleetronie billing More time to practice medicine Increase in leisure time Make life easier by utilizing our services. 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