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124 - CAPE GAZETTE Friday, Feb. 17 - Monday, Feb. 20, 2006 Pros and amateurs get set for chocolate festival =wV"n + set March 11 sive, too. Registered vendors include It's a day for chocolate lovers as Sweet Creations, Coffee Mill, at convention center The Friends of the Rehoboth Rita's Water Ice, the Wooden Beach Public Library and Indian with its Godiva favorites, Baking contest registrations Rehoboth Beach Main Street and Dover Rent All with a choco- from restaurants including Blue sponsor the Annual Rehoboth late fountain. Moon, Cloud 9, Cultured Pearl, Beach Chocolate Festival Thanks to their new front desk Dogfish Head, 59 Lake, Go Fish, Saturday, March 11, 11:30 a.m. to procedures and outside refresh- SOB's Deli, Yesteryears All- 3:30 p.m. (or until the chocolate ments, will organizers start the American Caf6, Purple Parrot, runs out) at Rehoboth Beach day off with hot chocolate, and Victoria's and more are pouring Convention Hall. Admission is $1. guessing games. into the Main Street office for the Children under 5 admitted free. .The Chocolate Baking Contest chocolate baking contest and fes- It will be a day of chocolate at the heart of the festival is open tival, tasting, vendors, a raffle for a to anyone who wants to enter! But it doesn't take a profession- huge chocolate bunny compli- The, five categories are al baker to win a blue ribbon, as ments of the Rocky Mountain Restaurants, Professional/Chef, the delights in the amateur and Chocolate Factory, and much Amateur, Children Under 12 and kids categories are always impres- more. Sugar Free. Food Chat returns Feb. 21 to booksandcoffee Just back stories about some great meals he show us how easy it really is to from a winter had along the way - when he cook delicious and beautiful- and vacation in comes to Booksandcoffee at 7 usually, simple - food, using as Mexico, local p.m., Tuesday, Feb. 21 for the many local ingredients as possi- restaurateur store's popular monthly event, ble. For example, I can imagine and Food Chat "I'm sure Matt will be bringing him taking a wonderful piece of host : Matt .: back some fresh and exciting fresh fish that was locally caught, Haley will ideas from his trip," said Debby and preparing it in a way that sharing recipes Creasy, event coordinator at the would be typical in a certain and most Dewey Beach bookstore. "As coastal area of Mexico. But," she likely a few HALEY with all the Food Chats, he'll Continued onpage 126 There are ribbons for all cate- gories in the following sub-cate- gories: cookies, brownies, pies, Cheesecake, candy, cake and Most Unusual. Entry- forms are available by calling 227-2772, at www.rehomain.com or at the Rehoboth Beach library, or fill out an entry form on the morning of the event. Prizes include downtown gift Certificates, ads in the local press - and magazines for restaurant and bakery winners and ribbons. Bring entries to convention cen- ter between 7 a,m. and 9 a.m. March 11 for judging. Submitted photo Ross Fraser, chef at 59 Lake restaurant, puts fin- ishing touches on a choco- late creation. COROLLA, N(3 VACATIONS Call  today   2000 c= Culd 1-877-642-3224