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CAPE GAZETTE , Fri'day, ugut. 1 -tbtWqt,2J[g7- 9 Delmarva Chefs extend cooking contest deadline to Sept. 30 By Roxann Stockman.Moore The Delmarva Chefs and Cooks Association (DCCA), a chapter of the American Culinary Federation of the Delmarva Peninsula, has extended its contest deadline from Aug. 29 to Sept. 30. The group is seeking good recipes in any category from ap- petizers to desserts, according to Bonnie Aronson, executive chef and culinary arts training special- ist for the Seaside Training and Employment Partnership. She is also the D.C.C.A. cookbook com- mittee chairperson. She will pre- sent the entries to chapter mere- bers and they will choose the 10 winners to be included in the 1998 "Taste of Delmarva II." It is a se- quel to the first DCCA cookbook, "A Taste of Delmarva," that raised over $1,000 and featured area chefs sharing some of their favorite recipes. "Our first cookbook was so suc- cessful and well received that the chef members wanted to do a second cookbook," Aronson said. "We wanted to expand that to include recipes from ARONSON the eastern shore region and we wanted to in- clude family favorites." The charities are the Diakenia in west Ocean City and Joseph House in Salisbury. Diakenia is a shelter and intermediai-y for fami- lies in transition. Joseph House provides a multi-faceted program that includes training in life and job skills. Staff members counsel conduct pre-employment training and fam- ily intervention. Aronson said that chefs are ex- posed to foods of all types but they all appreciate the comfort foods that most grew up with. "Good food is good food and that's what we like," Aronson said. "We are really anxious to re- ceive recipes from good cooks from the area. Besides it's always fun to see your work in print." The commitment is limited and entering the contest simple. Par- ticipants should type or legibly print recipes on a sheet of white paper and include their name, ad- dress and telephon e number on each entry. Ten winners will re- cieve a copy of the 1998 cook- book featuring their winning recipe. The winners will be an- nounced Oct. 24 in the Cape Gazette Here are some simple yet good recipe for the entire family to en- joy. But first send a few good recipes to: Bonnie Aronson, Executive Chef c/o Seaside Training and Em- ployment Partnership 12 Henlopen Junction Mall Rehoboth, DE 19971 Southern Fried Chicken 2-1/3 to 3 Ib broiler chicken, cut up 1/2 cup flour* 1 tsp. salt 1/2 tsp. paprika 1/4 tsp. pepper salad oil Wash chicken and pat dry. Mix flour, salt, paprika and pepper. GOURMET BY THE SEA A SPECIALTY GOURMET & GIFT SHOP Shore Continued from page 58 together, consumer, grower, and grocer." Cullen agreed, reminding peo- ple that agriculture continues to be Delaware's largest industry. And the area departments of agricul- ture are committed to having local residents enjoy local produce. "The concept of Shore to Store is that of a team," Cullen said. "The consumer can .ultimately start the process by requesting lo- cal produce, the committee of rep- resentatives of the state agricul- ture departments formulate and administer the program, and our growers supply the produce." C2 Over 3,000 food items from around the world C 2 Vietri & Mariposi serving pieces ? Gift Baskets made up to order & sent anywhere C 2 Fresh pate, mousses & cheeses during the summer 10% Discount June, July and August when you shop before I0 a.m. daily. You'll save on parking too! 37 BALTIMORE AVENUE REHOBOTH BEACH 302-226-2344 (NEXT DOOR TO THE BLUE MOON) Heat oil (1/4 inch) in large skillet. Coat chicken with flour mixture. Cook chicken in oil over medi- um heat 15 to 20 minutes. Reduce heat; cover tightly and simmer 30 to 40 minutes or until thickest pieces are tender. If skillet cannot be tightly covered, add one to two tablespoons of water. Turn chick- en to assure even cooking. Re- move cover for last five minutes Continued on page 60 West's Produce Route 16 1/4 Mile East of Route Minutes rom Lewes I" Rehoboth U.Pick Blackberries Are Ready!! Plus Other In Season Iruits & Vegetables Open 9 to 5 684-3O85 Monday Boar's Head Deluxe Ham $3.7S Tuesday Boar's Head Smolc, d Cracked ,i Turkey Breast $3.75 Wednesday i Medford I Tavern I Ham I $3=s I day II tu,ay Medford , I Boars Head Roast IlSmkTunm Beef II Breast $3..0 II $3.0 Sunday Boars Head VirginiarBaked Ham $3.75 For Easy Entertaining Heat -N- Sen/el Roast Beef Au Jus $6.79 Ib Trays of Meatballs w/sauce $13.95,5-2o ,,. Just Add Fresh Rolls & Salad and RELAX!! 227-SUBS (7827) Rt. 1 Lighthouse Plaza (next to K-Mart) g" Featuring Luigis Dell r Mort. - SaL 9 - 9:30, Sun. 10- 8 Or visit our other location on Rt. 24 - Peddler's Village 945-8500 Tuu.-Thurs. 9- 8, Fri. & Sat. 9 - 10 p.m. Sun. & Mort. 9 - 8