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54 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, May 30 - June 5, 1997 FINFISH Black Sea Bass Bluefish Flounder Mackerel Sea Trout (Weakfish) Shad Shark Spot Swordfish Tautog Tuna White Perch SHELLFISH Blue Crabs Hard Soft-Shelled Clams, Hard Lobster Oysters Squid I / / .ooO nnnmn i, .]i IIIII '," mm mm mm m  I;: mm mmm Avai1le fresh from local markets Seafood Continued from page 52 trout is one species to choose from that should be plentiful in the mar- ket. Sea trout is also called weakfish and is the Delaware state fish, a local favorite among chefs, visi- tors and year. round residents. Sea trout is a lean fish and, when cooked, the meat is light and sweet, the texture moist and deli- cate. Sea trout goes well with many seasonings and sauces - even a spicy marinade complements this highly desirable food fish. "Fish and Vegetables in Foil" is almost a complete meal all by itself, all you need to add is some fresh-baked bread or biscuits. You may also want to visit a lo- cal restaurant and taste what the chef's favorite recipe is for sea trout. Fish and Vegetables in Foil Ingredients 1 1/2 pound fresh sea trout 4 small zucchini squash 4 carrots 1 large green pepper 8 green onions 4 Tbs. teriyaki sauce Directions Rinse fish under cold water. Pat dry. Place four individual portions of fish on four pieces of foil large enough to completely wrap around the fish and vegetables. Diagonally slice the carrots, green onions and zucchini. Cut green pepper into strips. Divide vegetables into four servings and layer on top of fish portions. Bring the edges of the foil to- gether, fold them, and crimp the edges together. Place on a baking sheet and bake at 425 degrees for 11 to 17 minutes per inch thickness of fish until just opaque throughout. Serves 4. You may also use or substitute a variety of other vegetables such as cherry tomatoes, whole mush- rooms, celery, snow peas or bean sprouts. Doris T. Hicks is a seafood tech- nology specialist with the Univer- sity of Delaware Sea Grant Ma- rine Advisory Service in Lewes. The chart above indicates peak harvest in Delaware as well as general availability of finfish and shellfish native to Mid-Atlantic waters. It can be used to determine when certain types of seafood, particularly local Delaware products, can be readily found in the market. .,.,. J.L. J.L Over 3,000 food items from around the world Vletrl & Martpost serving pieces Gift Baskets made up to order & sent anywhere Fresh pate, mousses & cheeses during the summer 10% Discount June, July and August when you shop before 10 a.m. daily. You'll save on parking tool I I 37 BALTIMORE AVENUE REHOBOTH BEACH 302-226-2344 {NEXT DOOR TO THE BLUE MOON} STOCK UP FOR THE WEEKEND! Order Ready Made o By The Pound yrom Boa Brand Premium Iqeat  Cheeses By The Pound Party Trays * Salads, Over Stuffed Sandwiches 227-SUBS (7827) Rt. I Lighthouse Plaza (next to K-Mart) II.-IUN. 9 - $:10 * r-rL & Ilsl. II - 10 [Mt 10 - |