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CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, May 2 - May 8, 2003 - 87 Award-winning chef recipes are released Euzonic Inc., manufacturers of The CookWam Recipe Card Se- ries, full-featured software that helps users manage all their recipes, announces the release of "Cooking in the Shaker Spirit" by James Hailer on compact disk and electronically by download at Collison chicken Between raising two young daughters with her husband Joe, teaching nutrition at the Universi- ty of Delaware and running a pri- vate practice as a registered dieti- tian, Sharon Collison of Newark, has a limited amount of time to plan for and cook family meals. That's why she created Thai Chicken Wraps - the recipe that is taking her to the finals of the 45th National Chicken Cooking Con- test. "When children are young, par- ents often don't have time or ener- gy to cook a healthy meal, and of- ten, if you are holding a baby or toddler, you end up eating with one hand," Collison said. My Thai Chicken Wraps are a quick, healthy and tasty alternative to fast food, and I'm looking for- ward to preparing them at the na- tional cook-off in May." Collison is one of 51 contest- ants (46 women and five men; one from each state and the Dis- trict of Columbia) selected to Coming this Summer. I I I I I I I I I I I I I CookN.com. The Shakers are most noted for the elegant sim- plicity and utility of their furniture and buildings. Few people know that their cooking shares these same attributes. The 150+ recipes in this collec- tion are the result of Haller's time is finalist in national cooking contest compete at the Cookoff of the Na- tional Chicken Contest, to be held May 30 in Baltimore. The grand prize is $25,000; $11,000 in run- ners' up prizes will also be award- ed. During the contest, each con- testant will cook his or her recipe twice during a three-hour period, once for judging and once for dis- play. The entries will be judged by a panel of food writers from major newspapers and magazines. "Mrs. Collison's recipe was chosen on the basis of its taste, appearance, simplicity and ap- peal," said Nancy Tringali Piho, contest director. "We congratulate her on making it to the final con- test and wish her the best of luck." For more information about the contest, visit www.eatchicken.com, The cook- off is open to the public and will be held from 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m., Friday, May 30, at the Baltimore Convention Center, Baltimore. 4 ' 8:00 PM MONDAY NIGHT featuring TEAM TRIVIA TOUR starting at 8:30 pm Win Prizes Drink Specials Prime spent as a guest chef at the Canter- bury Shaker Village in New Hampshire. His recipes follow the tradition of Shaker simple ele- gance. Hailer is also the author of the best selling "The Blue Straw- berry Cookbook" and "Another Blue Strawberry", and has been honored with more than 100 awards for his cooking. CookN.com, an online cooking resource, is home to The Cook- Ware Recipe Card Series, which is versatile recipe software for the PC that allows the user to organ- ize and maintain recipes electroni- cally. The program contains sev- eral unique features, including the ability to add recipes, a conven- ient search function and a scaling option. All CookWare recipe soft- ware includes an ingredients list and recipe instructions, as well as easy to use instructions for Cook- Ware. The CookWare series includes a variety of regional, historical, gourmet and holiday selections. Additional titles include "The Wellesley Cookie Exchange Cookbook", "The Pitcher Moun- tain Inn Cookbook" and "The New Hampshire Maple Cook- book". Titles set for release in 2003 are: "The Smithsonian Folk- life Cookbook", "Potluck Plain and Fancy", and "The Everyday Gourmet". To learn more about The Cook- Ware Recipe Card Series, visit www.CookN.com which also contains nutritional information links and a food pyramid. 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