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48 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, January 30 - February 5, 1998 Beer magazine, Philly paper rave about Dogfish Immort Ale Two prestigious beer writers have recognized Dogfish Head Craft Brewery's Immort Ale re- cently. Jim Hansell, editor of "Malt Advocate" magazine, a na- tional beer and single malt scotch periodical, just published a posi- tive review and Don Russell, of the "Philadelphia Daily News," has named the brewery's Immort- Ale "Beer of the Year." In each issue of "Malt Advo- cate," there is a buyer's guide. The magazine typically receives about 80 beers for review for every issue. According to Hansell, "we sam- ple far too many products to pub- lish reviews on all of them. The products listed in our buy- er's guide reflect our most posi- tive experiences. Any product that makes the cut and is published in our buyer's guide is worth seeking out." In "Malt Advocate's" 1997 Beer and Whiskey Award issue, Dogfish Head's Immort Ale re- ceived a rating of 93. All the beers listed are graded on a scale of 100 points, with a score between 80-89 considered "good to very good. Plenty of Baby boomers are eating healthier. Get ready for changing trends' in the kitchen! Baby boomers, the generation that's had the biggest impact on society at every stage of its life, from schools and universi- ty education, to feminism and general equality, lifestyle choices and exercise, are beginning to turn 50. Almost 80 million strong, this group will reach senior citizenship in 15 years. By 2030, 20 percent of Americans will be 65 years or older. For a generation that rewrote the definitions of youth, adoles- cence and married life, suddenly coming face-to-face with its own old age is prompting a major re- assessment of eating habits. Men in this age group are likely to live another 27 years, and women close to 32 years. Staying healthy and looking good are paramount concerns for a generation that's had a good time living life and wants to continue. Along with consistent exercise and control- ling stress, baby boomers have figured out that what they eat is essential to promote wellness and successful aging. Since illnesses affected by diet, like heart disease and some can- cers, are no longer off on someone else's far horizon, boomers are well aware of the link between healthful living and low-fat and low-cholesterol foods - and pay- ing more attention to what they eat. As a result, expect even more items like a convenient and ready- to-use egg substitute to find their way into kitchens. Egg substitute, a fat- and cholesterol-free egg al- ternative can be easily used in place of eggs in recipes like your favorite baked goods with no taste difference. Made from egg whites (one-quarter cup is equivalent to one whole egg), Egg substitutes have only 30 calories per serving. Including an egg alternative as part of a low-fat diet may even help reduce the risk of" heart dis- ease. Look for the handy substi- tute in the supermarket's refriger- ator section next to shell eggs or in the freezer section. Baby boomers are also discov- ering that healthful eating doesn't mean sacrificing variety, flavor or taste. Rather, they're revving up taste buds with hearty breakfast burritos dressed with a flavorful, fresh tomato-basil topping, fra- grant lemon poppy seed muffins and a spicy streusel coffee cake. A fat-free tropical shake also wins high marks for its healthful pro- file. So do a Caesar salad adapted with a zesty no-cholesterol dress- ing and tasty spinach-cheddar squares. All are made low fat and low cholesterol using an egg sub- stitute and otlier tricks, like using applesauce as a fat substitute. Spinach Cheddar Squares Yield: 16 appetizers Preparation time: 10 minutes Total time: 45 to 50 minutes 1-1/2 C egg substitute 3/4 C skim milk 1 T onion flakes 1 T grated Parmesan cheese 1/4 t garlic powder 118 t ground black pepper 1/4 C dry bread crumbs 3/4 C shredded fat-free Ched- dar cheese 1 (10-oz.) package frozen chopped spinach, thawed and well drained 114 C diced pimientos In medium bowl, combine egg product, milk, onion flakes, Parmesan cheese, garlic powder and black pepper; set aside. Sprin- kle bread crumbs evenly onto bot- tom of lightly greased 8-by-8-by- 2-inch baking dish. Top with 1/2 cup cheese and spinach. Pour egg mixture evenly over spinach; top with remaining cheese and pimientos. Bake at 350 F for 35 to 40 minutes or until set. Let stand 10 minutes. Cut into 2-inch squares. Serve hot. Beer- Wine- Spirits --OUR NEW LOW PRICES-- Expires February 5th, 1998 SEAGRAMS VO s16.99 1.75 LITER SMIRNOFF VODKA s13.99 1.75 LITER VENDANGE MILLER LIGHT GENUINE DRAFT 3 FOR '700991'120099 CORONA JIM BEAM s19.99 s16.99 CASE'S 1 1.75 LITER I character and no identifiable flaws. Worth seeking out." A score between 90-94 is considered "Outstanding! One of the best for its style. Distinctive." Hansell rates the beers chosen to appear in the buyer's guide. Hansell also publishes his tasting notes. In this review, "Malt Advo- cate" reviewers described Immort Ale as, "one of the best new bar- ley wines...most unique - and very complex." Hansell describes the ale as hav- ing "remarkable smoothness and maturity for a young barley wine, expressing flavors of peaches, vanilla, maple and honey, finish- ing dry, with notes of toasted oak." Don Russell writes the "Daily News" "Joe Sixpack" column. In his 1997 wrap, Russell lists Dog- fish Head Immort Ale as the first of his three choices for Beer of the Year, saying, "This is the bottle you want when you're snowed in and the only thing on cable is QVC." Dogfish Head Craft Brewery is based in Lewes. Dogfish Head ales are available in Delaware, Maryland, Pennsyl- vania, Virginia, Connecticut, Washington, D.C., and New York City. Open All Year! LEWES FISHHOUSE & PRODUCE 1130 Highway One 5 Points, Lewes, Delaware Monday Tuesday Wednesday Bear's Head Boar's Head Medford Oeluxe Smoked Cracked Tavern Hem Peppemdll Ham Turkey Breast $3.75 $3.75 $3.25 Thursday Friday Saturday Boar's Head Medford Boar's Head & Honey Roast Smoked Turkey Turin/Breast Beef Breast $3.75 $3.50 $3.S0 Sunday Boar's Head Virginia Baked Ham $3.75 For Easy Entertaining Heat -PI- rvel Roast Beef Au Jus $6.79 lb Trays of Meatballs wl sauce $13.951.z0 . 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