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40 FRIDAY, APRIL 11- MONDAY, APRIL 14, 2014 BUSINESS & REAL ESTATE cape Qette Eating Continued from page 37 wine expo tradition alive, and in doing so attracted a veritable who's who of Rehoboth and Lewes notables. And through their generosity, The Culinary School at the Food Bank of Delaware and Coastal Concerts are in an even better position to teach food-service skills to vo- cational students and promote classical music through live concerts, outreach and educa- tional activities. "It looks like we will be able to give Chad Robinson [Milford Food Bank branch manager] and Chef Tim [Hunter] of the culinary school a check for $5,000 from the expo proceeds! I believe that is exactly the cost of tuition for one student," says Catherine. One of those gigan- tic, camera-friendly checks will be presented around 1:30 p.m., Monday, April 21, at Teller Wines on Savannah Road in Lewes. Speaking of Savannah Road in Lewes (well, I had to get here somehow...) the red carpet was rolled out across Second Street yet again for last Monday's second annual Touch of Italy/ Buttery Progressive Dinner. Sparkling Prosecco and an antipasto the size of an airport runway greeted us at Touch of Italy as Buttery Chef Aaron Berg and GM Lisa McDonald prepared for us to be escorted across the street for a focaccia panzanella salad, ricotta and spinach-stuffed ravioli with sage brown butter and hot Ital- ian sausage. Chicken saltimboc- ca and roasted corvina topped off The Buttery experience before we were herded back across Second Street to feast on mountains of Italian cook- ies, cannoli and that wonderful homemade cheesecake. Lewes is certainly stepping up to the plate when it comes to special dining events, and my calendar suggests that this is only the beginning. So stay tuned. You'll be glad you did. Bob Yesbek is a serial foodie and can be reached at byesbek@capegazette.com. TOTALLY GREEN SPRING SPECIAL 10% OFF All Services now through May 15 Minimums app/y. Just mention this ad for discount. Patty's of Georgetown crafted a for- est of skewered chicken with Thai peanut and avocado cream dipping sauces. Touch of Italy donated a huge antipasto that fed every- body at the Lewes Yacht Club and could have fed pretty much everybody in Lewes. Velvety pillows of ricotta and spinach bask under sage brown butter, escarole and hot Italian sausage. PET O00R & STAIN REMOVAL  P.U.R.T. - Pet Urine Removal Treatment Pots are Your Best Friend... Not Your Carpet's Coastal Chem-Dry I)rier, Clcancr. lieai|hicr, coastalchemdry.com 302-645-2800 (sussex, Kent & New Castle) 302"234"0200 HOMPSON