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58 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, May 23 - May 29, 1997 Diamond State Barbecue { ookoff results announced The Diamond State Barbeque has announced the winners of the First Annual Diamond State Bar- beque Cookoff, held at the Delaware State Fairgrounds in Harrington on May 9, 10 and 11. The cookoff featured four cate- gories: beef brisket, pork shoul- der, pork ribs and chicken. Profes- sional cooking teams from as far away as Texas traveled to Delaware to compete in the event and to vie for the more than $6,000 in prize money. This was the first Delaware state-wide cookoff sanctioned by the Kansas City Barbeque Soci- ety. The overall grand champion, Oklahoma Joe's Burning Desires, will attend the Kansas City Royal, a national barbeque cookoff, held in Kansas City, Me., in October, and his name will be placed in the drawing to compete in the 'ulti- mate barbeque cookoff,' the Jack Daniel's in Lynchberg, Tenn. The results of the Diamond State Barbeque Cookoff: Overall winners Overall Grand Champion: Ok- lahoma Joe's Burning Desires Reserve Champion: Backyard Butler - Roger Third Place: Bonesmokers Fourth Place: Backyard Butler - Debby Fifth Place: Fleming's Bar- beque Pork Ribs First Place: Backyard Butler Second Place: Backyard Butler - Roger Third Place: 3 P's Cooking Team Fourth Place: Oklahoma Joe's Fifth Place: Bonesmokers Poultry First Place: Bonesmokers Second Place: H&D Barbeque Third Place: Oklahoma Joe's Burning Desires Fourth Place: Fleming Bar- beque Fifth Place: The Texas Rib Rangers Pork Shoulder First Place: Backyard Butler: Debby Second Place: Oklahoma Joe's Third Place: Backyard Butler - Roger Fourth Place: Bonesmokers Fifth Place: 3 P's Cooking Team Brisket Soup- it's what's really cooking in Delaware What do the industries of tourism and agriculture have in common? Soup. The Delaware Tourism Office, Delaware De- partment of Agriculture (DDA), Greater Wilmington Convention and Visitors Bureau and Win- terthur Museum, Garden and Li- brary are launching a promotional campaign, "From the First State to the Soup Plate: Homegrown in Delaware." This promotion, which blends Delaware's top two industries, will celebrate and showcase the gift of a 270-piece soup tureen collection given to Winterthur Museum, Garden and Library. This exquisite collection was giv- en to Winterthur by the Campbell Museum and will be showcased in the new Dorrance Gallery. The premiere of the tureens took place May 20, as invited guests only viewed the tureens, but also tasted their soups. Of course, the majority of the ingre- dients - vegetable, herbs, poultry and seafood are homegrown in Delaware throughout the year. "From the First State to the Soup Plate" fits well with the DDA's slogan, which is, "First Rate from the First State." "When we were asked to partic- ipate in this promotional event, we saw it as a natural fit and a tremendous opportunity for the DDA to inform, educate, and ex- pose communities to the diversity and abundance of Delaware's agricultural industry," said DDA marketing supervisor Dave Hill. "Having the chance to work with the Delaware Tourism Office has also been an added advantage. We hope this will be the first of many promotions that the state's top two industries can co-sponsor," said Hill. More than 570,000 acres of Delaware's land are farmed. The variety of agricultural products is quite diverse. First Place: Oklahoma Joe's Burning Desires Second Place: The Little Red Pig Third Place: 3 P's Cooking Team Fourth Place: Fleming's Bar- beque Fifth Place: Backyard Butler - Roger Sixth Place: Backyard Butler - Debby U.Pick Strawberries Plus Other In-Season Fruit West's Produce Route 16 • 1/4 Mile East of Route • Minutes .om Lewes G" Rebobotb Open 9 to 5 • e44.3u5 Rehoboth Seafood M00ket .& Delicatessen .... 413 1 Highway One, Rehoboth Beaeho. /X Carry Out "7:" "4--/.t'=0"7 -- "1 OPEN DALLY " ...... " ': r" [I ,U OFF/O I ! Men. - Thur˘ 10:30- 6:30 Fd. Sun. Noon-6 & Sat. 10-7 f / /, P' I| 227-3776 ,', Seafood i . ;i!;:i :' ;Any Deli [ = " 227-3551 ..ca.yos _ Purchase ' c----1"1  /'-.. I-'t,-.t r-'! VStoamoat.ot, sto I ,=,,n.,,.. I / 1/ I,d I Not vatlaP° ott, rlrmmtos I  I" ]1 V " f / . '1   &eafOCrab I ms*m.ar CG I | • , II I Ill I l [I t | | J Ill v" Rotisserie Chicken "-----------:" I V')[ I,1 iLl 11 Ifq II "1[ -I ˘BlackAngus Beef Immm=,, t el sIR I11. 12 Price; IIl Ili .,DePTU=sson ..... ,. _ includes I Carry-out Entreel uooa Iiealooo Hill g cneal)... Kosher Meats I Lunch or Dinner II Cheap seafood Isn't good. -. | Purchase lEntreea, | rm  X lel CG ;1 1 ˘ Sub or Sandwic I regular price and got I I  B' / urr I __.. s 2nd of equal or lesser s •  g l.##efnm M,af@ • ' 1,- €,',, .l ,,.t,.,, , s  ,m, w .,.v ........ "*"" s I I jV Purchase 1 at regular price and get 2nd I ' .......... "" ' ' -- • IA c,,a,a An, ' 1" Jl q of equal or lesser value for 1/2 " price m m nu ,I u Beef, VUaLa, m m m" ""**".-.'*,, c.r,..,........." ' * ' ......m......,. m :/ /- Price co ...o..;