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I)4 FRIDAY. APRI L 6 MONDAY. APRIL 9. 2012 ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT Cape Gazette due to seating limi-the family recipe that ,was used reservations must be in its creation. T.S. Smith and made by calling 302-645- H48 no ,Sons groWs a wide variety of .,.^,-v,,. later Monday, April 9. high-quality fruits and vegeta- U/0E/dl I I smiths presentation will in- bles from asparagus in April to I" O dude an overview of the farm's apples and other fall crops until Charlie Smith, a fourth-gen- the Unique and delectable local: 105-year history, its sustainable the end of December. It was re- eration farmer and co-owner Of flavors of Sussex Coun - approach to,agriculture and op- cently named the 2012Felly T S. smith and Sons farm in Re program will take place portunities for the public to vis- Business otthe xear oy me .>. Saturda A ril t4 at it the farm throu hout the year. Small Business Administra- ) rtrr .L Brldgeville, will be the speaker at 3 p.m., y, p , . g ............ . .... - at the final installment of Sa- the Zwaanendael. . Museum, 102 Samples of cream, of, asparagus, non s uelaware. Ulstnct. omce. -rows . Km s H1 hwa m Lewes Ad- soup, madebvSmlthss sterSu- For more lnformatxon go to. . vor Sussex, a seven-part g g Y r - . . . wide varlet of high-quality fruits and monYth series of r0 rains on mission is free and open to the san, will be shared along with www.tssmithandsons.com, ve etablesy Y P g g . Apple wine Continued from page 92 statewide, Smith said the limited p oduction of the inaugural hard wine, made from 2011's fall har- vest, may not last until the fall picking season this year. "It's light, and it's crisp,'' said Black Twig distributor Sally Whittington of the Lewes-based Transparent Distribution compa- ny. "When you think of cider, most people think of the fall, but this is very light and crisp even in warmer weather." Success of the apple wine could open up possibilities for Black Twig went on sale April 5, just in ~rne for Easter dinner. future expansions and a possible ................. collaboration with some of the WHERE TO F|ND BLACK big names in the local beer brew- TW|G HARD APPLE ing industry as well, members of the Smith family reported. YS Smith's Black Twig Hard Apple is available at the When U.S. Sen. Tom Carper following Sussex County spoke, he took the opportunity to retailers: congratulate the Smith family on the longevity of their business Rehoboth Beach: Outlet and enjoyed the example of their Liquors, 19724 Route 1 new use for the apples that have Milton: Kemp's Liquors, been growing on their farm for .22841 Milmn-Ellendale more than 80 years, . Hwy. "The most vibrant part of our Bridgeville: B ridgeville economy in Delaware is agricul- Discount Liquors, 9577 ture; it always has been," Carper Bridgeville Center Road said. "Thank you for taking this Delmar: Tax Free Liquors, 38627 Benro Drive business into the next century." Millville: Banks Wines & The new wine is just one ex- ample of diversifying the use of a Spirits, 38014 Town Center Road traditional crop to add value to agriculture, he said, just as corn- based ethanolhas created added back from developers, anGI think that's something to cele- value for the state's corn crop. As technology extracts ethanol brate," he said - maybe with a from the cellulose in corn, leav- glass of Black Twig wine. ing intact nutritional aspects of the crop, Carper said adding val- ue to crops will help alleviate food shortages and increase the profits for farming in the .future. ,With value-added agriculture, we have farmers doing well enough; they are buying the land open O 11AM for :h Dinner is POLISH NIGHT All Polish Platters $15.00 Incl. House Salad & Bread Bar. " err" )ipil R estaurar an unexpected pleasure" Open Daily llam 32580 River Rd., Oak Orchard Check out our Daily Lunch Specials www.serendipityde.com 302-945-3600 Increase Flexibility Build & Tone Muscles Detoxify & Lose Weight Be stronger & healthier regardless of' :~ ~ Power Yoga is practiced :g # ~ Classes for beginners O pen For The Season Rose io.r 1 Call for , ' - Spring Hours and. Reservatlo 'I "- 302.226.1160 32 Lake Avenue, Re|