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60 -cAPE GAZETTE, Friday, July 3- July 9, 1998 Poultry resource guide updates distributed The Delmarva Poultry Inc. has distributed updated information to li- braries and elected officials for inclusion in their Delmarva Poultry In- dustry Resource Guide. Delmarva Poultry Inc. developed the guide sev- eral years ago and placed copies in public and college libraries, and last year, guides were given to state and federal legislators. The resource guide contains information and statistical data about the poultry indus- try, biosecurity guidelines and nutrient management. Jen Ellingsworth photo Getting set to fire up your taste buds with flavorful fixings at Hot Sauces, Jellies, Jams & Fixings in First Street Station are (l-r) Bill Warner, Grace Dribble and Kelly Warner. New business spices up flavor in Rehoboth's First Street Station By Jen Ellingsworth There's a flavorful new addition to First Street Station in Rehoboth Beach this season: stop by and taste for yourself. Owned and operated by Kelly and Bill Warner, Hot Sauces, Jel- lies, Jams & Fixings is situated on the lower level of the large shop- ping complex and features a wide variety of specialty items to perk up your next purchase. Kelly and Bill said they invite the public to stop in and sample any of their products in the store. While many of their items can be found on a "taster's table," the couple said they'll open anything in the store for a sample. Choices of hot sauce range from "warm and fuzzy" to "hot and ug- ly," said Bill, and come from all over the country and the world. He said the store's getting set to introduce its newest item, a col- lector's edition hot sauce com- memorating First Street Station, sometime soon. Hot sauce aficionados will warm up to the store's selection of pepper-inspired novelties, includ- ing pepper earrings, silk scarves, T-shirts and glassware. There's even a pepper windsock. "If you're looking for that spe- cial gift," said Bill, "we've got it." While hot sauces are a sizable portion of the inventory, so are other tasty "fixings," which in- clude Amish-made jellies, jams, barbecue sauces, honey, season- ings and beef jerky. Much of their inventory comes from sources close to home, since Kelly and Bill said they especially like to promote the local trade. Popular items so far, they said, include "Crabby Bay Salsa," made with crab seasoning, and a garlic-and-herb-flavored hot sauce, just to mention a few. Hot Sauces, Jellies, Jams & Fix- ings is also the site of the "South- western Sizzler," a unique cooker for backyard gourmets. The Siz- zler features a 26-inch, solid-steel cooking dish mounted on a base with a Southwestern motif. The Sizzler uses clean-burning propane and has a 130,000 Btu burner. The store also features gift baskets, made to order and created by the customer, said Kelly. Cor- porate baskets and baskets for hol- iday gift-giving are also offered. While they permanently reside in Dover, Kelly and Bill said they consider Rehoboth Beach their second home and want to become an integral part of the Cape Re- gion community. "We're real lucky to he here," said Bill, who works full time as district sales manager for Mycogen Seeds. "We're here and we intend to stay here. We want to be involved in the community. We like to think of our customers as family." Hot Sauces, Jellies, Jams & Fix- ings will ship your order any- where. For information, call 226- 2650 or 800-605-5676. The store is currently open from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m., Sunday to Thursday, and from 10 a.m. to 11 p.m., Friday and Saturday. Briefly Long & Foster holds community service day On June 24, the Rehoboth Beach office and all 116 Long & Foster sales offices throughout the firm's five-state Mid-Atlantic re- gion participated in the compa- ny's most inclusive day of volun- teering afit s Community Service Day. The Rehoboth Beach office vol- untee inDewey Beach, where thp.idup trash and debris on theiential section from Che Street to St. Louis. They picked up on the first and second ocean block along Route 1A, King Charles Street. Other branch members worked at parks, schools, shelters, homes and daycare centers by cooking, cleaning, painting, refurbishing and more. Wootten gets promotion from Ag College Tracy L. Wootten, Cooperative Extension associate for vegetable crops at-the Research and Educa- tion Center, was promoted to Ex- tension associate III by the Uni- versity of Delaware's College of Agriculture and Natural Re- sources. Wootten completed both her undergraduate and graduate work in plant science at the university. She plays a role in commercial vegetable production. MODEL NOW OPEN 18 Brand New 2 BR, 2BA Condos in Rehoboth Beach Features include screened private deck, community pool, full appliance package, and much more! 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