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26 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, March 28- April 3, 1997 taste of Heaven, Blue Moon top creations at Rehoboth Chocolate Festival The Seventh Annual Rehoboth Beach Chocolate Festival, spon- sored by Rehoboth Beach Main Street, brought out a record crowd of chocoholics to the Convention Center on March 22. The winners of this year's event include: Grand Prize Winners Show Piece - William RaneY from a Taste of Heaven in Lewes for "Tree of Life". Restaurant - Blue Moon Restaurant of Rehoboth Beach for "Brownie and Blondie Tower with White Chocolate Mousse, Raspberry and Blackberry Coulis". Professional - Randi Hearn of Dewey Beach for "Super Fudge Brownie". Amateur - Gwen Y. Ross for "Chocolate Trifle Surprise". Kids 12 and Under - Beth Kawecki-Wright for "Brownie Oven Cake". Kids 12 and Under Winners Cookies - Carol Novocin, fast; Carly Rossler, second; Meridel Newton,third; Brownies - Kristin Vincent, first; Katelyn Vincent, second; Brannon White, third; Candy - Meridel Newton, first; Kurt Kulp, second; Jennifer Willoughby, third; Cake - Beth Kawecki-Wright, first; Mandy Novocin, second; Jenna Kulp, third; Most Unusual - Beth Kawecki- Wright, fast, second and third. Amateurs Cookies - Todd K. Lang, fast; Cindy Vincent, second; Brownies - Linda Saccardi, fast; Betsy German, second; Lin- da Saccardi third; Pie - Pat P. Rockett, first; Cheesecake - A1 White, first; Lori Roessler, second; Kathy Novocin, third; Candy - "left Willoughby, first; Brian W. Jester, second; Dan Novocin, third; Cake - Gwen Y. Ross, first; Linda Saccardi, second; Angie Moon, third; Most Unusual - Judith Newton, first; Susie Bond, second; Mark Albin, third; Professional Cookies - Holly Brooks, fast; Lynne Chichi, second; Brownies - Randi Hearn, fast; Holly Brooks, second; Pie - Holly Brooks, fast; Bruce Mead, second; Cheesecake - Bruce Mead, first; Holly Brooks, second; Lynne Chichi, third; Candy - Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory, first; Ibach's Candy by the Sea, second and third; Most Unusual - Rocky Moun- tain Chocolate Factory, first; Ran- di Hearn, second; Bruce Mead, third; Restaurants Cookies - Blue Moon Restau- rant, first, second and third; Brownies - Blue Moon Restau- rant, first; Mano's Restaurant, second; Pies - Sea Horse Restaurant, first; La Rosa Negra, second; Cloud 9 Restaurant, third; Cheesecake Sea Horse Restaurant, first; Mano's Restau- rant, second; La Rosa Negra, third; Cake - Rehoboth Beach Coun- try Club, fast; Ridgewell's Cater- ing (David Keener), second; Rose and Crown Restaurant, third; Most Unusual -Starboard Restaurant, fast; Mano's Restau- rant, second; Showpiece First - William Raney for 'l'ree of Life"; Second - Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory for "Bunny Hutch"; Third Place Tie - Maurine Redwine for "Bunny Trail" and Rebecca Roberts for "Show Piz- za". N The grand prize winners in the annual Rehoboth Beach Chocolate Festival were something to behold, including the three seen above. At top is the Brownie Oven Cake by Beth Kawecki, who took the top prize in the kids 12 and under category; in the middle is Tree of Life by William Raney of Taste of Heaven in Lewes, for the show piece category, while below is Brownie and Blondie Tower with White Chocolate Mousse and Rasp- berry and Blackberry Coulis, a surefire winner in the restau- rant category for the Blue Moon Restaurant of Rehoboth Beach. At right, above, Tara McAllister, age nine, of Washington Crest, Pa., is given a face painting by Kim Wilderman of Ben Salem, PL, while below, Robert Johnson, age three, of Vir- ginia, the grandson of Bob Taylor of Rehoboth Beach, does a jig with Truffles from the Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory, which is one of the many proprietors to have a booth at the festival. This year's event was sponsored by Rehoboth Beach Main Street, which reported a record.breaking crowd for the event held in the Convention Center. Kerry Kester photos