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Dogfish Head releases first bottled product Dogfish Head Brewing & Eats of Rehoboth Beach has an- nounced the release of its first bot- tled product, SheiterPale Ale. Shelter Pale Ale is the first beer brewed commercially since 1948 to use Delaware grown barley. It is a true, English style, top fer- menting beer. Like any worthy Pale Ale, it is more malty than hoppy, and the brewers have used an array of both English Noble Hops and rare West Coast Colum- bus whole Leaf Hop for aroma. The brewery is small, as breweries go,. producing about 300 gallons per batch, so the beer will have a limited availability throughout the state of Delaware, Massachusetts and Philadelphia, Pa;, to start with. Here is a list of the select retail and restaurant establishments that will be carrying Shelter Pale Ale, Promiscuous Coffee Stout and Import Ale: The Blue Moon Restaurant, The Adriatico Italian Ristorante, Atlantic Liquors, Spir- its by the Sea, Bay Road Package Store in Rehoboth, The Camel's Hump Restaurant, The Original Mulligatis Downtown, Dewey Beach Liquors, Cape May-Lewes Ferry, R & L Liquors in Lewes, Roadsters Liquor Store, The But- tery in Lewes, Stix Package Store, Lighthouse Liquors in Fenwick Island, Woody's at the Dinner Bell Inn, and J.W. Pickles in Georgetown. For more information on this beer, call Dogfish Head at 226- BREW. Microwave cooking: Here's a lO-minute mini-meal tostadas This Eight-Layer Tostadas recipe is an ideal busy-daymeal. It takes five short minutes to pre- cook the meat, a minute or two to assemble and three minutes to heat - adding up to a dinner in 10 minutes or less! Eight-Layer Tostadas 1 lb. lean ground beef 1 pkg. (4.8 oz) or 19 tostada shells 1 can (1 lb.) refried beans 2/3 cup salsa I pkg. (8 oz, 2 cups) shredded cheese shredded lettuce cheese for tacos sour cream sliced cherry tomatoes On a large microwave plate, arrange the following layers: five of the tostada shells, spreading two or three tablespoons of the re- fried beans on top of each. Next, add half of the cooked ground beef, half of the salsa, and half of the cheese. Microwave at HIGH for three minutes until thoroughly heated and cheese is melted, rotating the plate after two minutes. Repeat the above steps, using the remaining tostada shells. To serve, top with lettuce, sliced tomatoes and a spoonful of sour cream. Makes ten servings. Crumble beef into a l-qt. glass bowl. Cover with a paper towel. Microwave at HIGH (100 per- cent) for five minutes until thor- oughly cooked and no longer pinl, stirring to break up meat once or twice. Add more cooking time, if nec- essary. Drain well, and set aside. Nutrition Information (per serv- ing, without lettuce, sour cream and tomatoes): Calories: 337 Protein: 21 g. Fat 20 g. Cholesterol 66 mg. Carbohydrates 17 g. Sodium 626mg. Market Continued from page 62 flesh flowers. Kate's Botanicals of Lincoln will offer herbal vine- gars and herbal products for sale. The Violet Garden of Lincoln has a line of T-shirts and prints featur- ing the Flower Fairies of the Gar- den Bakers Jason Stickler and Jerry Howerin of D'Boneven- ture's Bakery of Rehoboth will be on hand with their fresh baked breads. The variety of produce will change weekly depending on the season but will guarantee to please both the palate and the pocketbook. "'When you have grower-pro- duced vegetables, you can charge a little less and have a fresher product, because you eliminate the middle man." said Susan Newark. owner of Triple M Farms in Staytonville. The market will continue every Saturday through October. New vendors are being recruited. For more information, call "(302) 398-8039. '00I .RR ortul, - (15", 9auL ,zubi'gl ,lT['a,utk) tq_/k') - S0 CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, June 20 - June 26, 1997 - 63 Beer Wine. Spirits --- THIS WEEK'S SPECIALS- E ires June 26, 1997 POPOV VODKA 1.75 LITER BURNETT'S GIN 1.75 LITER BUDWEISER 30 PACK =13.99 CASE 12 OZ. CANS WINDSOR CANADIAN $10.99 1.75 LITER COOR'S LIGHT 30 PACK $13.99: CASE 12 OZ. CANS MILLER LIGHT GEN. DRAFT LIGHT ICE 30 PAKS 12 OZ. CANS oudreaux' m Bar-B-Oue Carry-Out Delivery-- 17 Wilmington Avenue. Rehoboth Beach 226-30 I0 7 Days a Week. 11 a.m. to ? PARTY ORDERS by the Hill Family- "We Full Rack $13.95 Half Rack $7.95 wre here to stay.. " Over a century in Rehoboth. Whole Chicken $9.95 Half Chicken $6.95 Includes 2 side orders and Mom's Homemade Cornbread. French Fries, BBQ Black Beans Coleslaw or Macaroni Salad. ...... DELIVERY Boudreaux Burger $5.95 ,/2 pooo,, Caribbean Jerk Chicken $5.50 Shredded Beef BBQ $5.5o French Fries with every sandwich From DeWey n0dh to:Outback Miniature: Golf on:::Rotlte:::::;: : :: :.:: :.. Have dancing feet, Check out, STEPPIN OUT,