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First Cool Blues and Microbrew Festival set Aug. 16 The City of Wilmington will sponsor the first annual "Cool Blues and Microbrew Fest - The Ultimate Microbrewery, Restau- rant Festival" on Saturday, Aug. 16. The event will be held at Father Tucker Field, located between 9th and 10th Streets on Scott Street from 12:30 to 7 p.m. The event will feature five top blues acts ranging from regional to international performers. From New York, Kenny "The Rocket" Korb will kick things off with his 20s and 30s style blues and will also perform between sets. Steve Guyger and the Excellos will follow with 50s and 60s style jump and swing blues and Debo- rah Coleman and the Thrillseekers out of Washington, D.C. will take the stage afterward, heating things up with screaming guitar and vo- cals. Chicago's Carey Bell is next, performing a gritty soulful blues harp. The headline act is Grammy and Turn trout into a great breakfast w.c. ,a,, award-winner Clarence "Gatemouth" Brown, If you have trout in your freez- er, let 'em out - now! And while we all dream of lunker-type catch- es, the truth is that most of the trout we bring home from lake or stream are in the 10- to 12-inch range. That happens to be a per- fect size for one pers6n. The rainbows, brookies or browns can be fried or grilled but the folks at Lawry's Foods sug- gest you use your imagination and serve your family or friends (and yourself) trout prepared in a dif- ferent way. Lawry's marinades and spices don't camouflage the flavor; they enhance it. Choose from marinades like Herb & Gar- lic, Mesquite, Teriyaki or Sea- soned - all good with fish, game or birds. Then add Lawry's spices like Seasoned Salt, Seasoned Pep- per, Lemon Pepper, Garlic Pow- der of Garlic Salt. All are avail- able at your favorite market or check sporting goods stores for new foil packs of marinades and special three-pack of the popular spices in a size just right for back- pack, tackle box or RV cupboard. Breakfast (or anytime) Trout 4 10-inch trout, heads and tail attached 1 5-oz. foil pack Lawry's Herb Garlic w/Lemon Juice Marinade Croutons or cut-up toast , Flour ., - Butter, margarine or light oil Lawry's Seasoned Salt Lawry's Lemon Pepper Various ingredients you have on hand - leftover ham, steak or chicken, onions, green bell pep- per, celery, green chiles - be cre- ative, anything goes. Combine the trout and the Lawry's Herb & Garlic marinade in a resealable plastic bag and re- frigerate for two hours or more (do it the night before if you pre- fer). When it's time to cook, dice the meat/veggies and saut6 in oil or butter. Remove the fish from marinade and let drain; add Sea- soned Salt and Lemon Pepper to flour and shake each trout to coat in a paper bag. In aseparate pan; fry them slowly in butter or mar- garine. When you turn the trout, add the meat/veggie mix to the , pan, and when it's time to serve, lightly stuff the fish with the mix- ture and heap some more on top. Delmarva Continued from pge 59 to crisp chicken. Serves four. *If using self-rising flour, de- crease salt to 1/2 teaspoon. New England Boiled Dinner 3 to 4 lbs. corned beef brisket 8 small onions 8 medium carrots 4 potatoes, pared and halved or quartered 2 turnips, cubed, if desired 1 medium green cabbage, cut into wedges caraway seed Place brisket in large kettle; cover with cold water. Cover tightly; simmer three and one half hours or until tender. Skim fat from liquid. Add onions, carrots, potatoes and turnips. Sprinkle with caraway seed. Cover; simmer 20 minutes. Remove meat to warm platter. Add cabbage; sim- mer uncovered 10 to 15 minutes longer or until vegetables are ten- der. Makes eight servings. Corn Muffins 1 cup yellow cornmeal 1 cup flour 2 tbs. sugar 4 tsp. baking powder 1/2 tsp. salt 1 cup milk 1/4 cup shortening 1 egg Heat over 425 degrees. Grease bottoms of 12medium muffin cups. Blend all ingredients about 20 seconds. Beat one minute. Fill muffin cups 2/3 full. Bake 15 min- utes; immediately remove from pan. Makes 12 muffins. * If using self rising flour, de- crease baking powder to two tea- spoons and omit salt. Strawberry Shortcake 1 quart strawberries 1 cup sugar 2 cups flour 2 tbs. sugar 3 tsp. baking powder 1 tsp. salt 113 cup shortening 1 cup milk butter or margarine Light cream or sweetened whipped cream Slice strawberries; sprinkle with one cup sugar and let stand one hour. Heat oven to 450 degrees. Grease layer pan, 8 x 1-1/2 inches. Measure flour, two tablespoons sugar, the baking powder and salt into bowl. Cut in shortening thor- oughly until mixture looks like meal. Stir in milk just until blend- ed. Pat into pan. Bake 15 to 20 minutes or until golden brown. Split shortcake while warm. Spread with butter; fill and top with berries. Serve warm with cream. Makes eight servings. showcasing his versatility on gui- tar, vocals and violin. Over 20 of the region's top mi- crobreweries will be providing tastes of their beers. The city's best West End restau- rants will also be on hand, serving up some of their most savory cre- ations. There will also be many family- oriented activities. The cost for blues and restau- rant access is $5, and $15 for blues, brews and restaurant ac- cess, plus a collectible tasting mug. Visitors are encouraged to bring lawn chairs, cameras, sun screen and photo I.D. No video or audio recording or sun umbrellas will be permitted. For more information, call the City of Wilmington's hotline, 302-571-5899. Beer Wine Spirits --THIS WEEK'S SPECIALS- Expires August 21,1997 Bacardi RUM 1.75 LITER Smirnoff Vodka *14.99 BUDWEISER 30 PACK $13.99 CASE 12 OZ. CANS NATHANSON CREEK *9.49 1.5 LITER CHARDONNAY, MERLOT, CABERNET HONEY BROWN s13.99 CASE 12 OZ. BOTTLES Plus Deposit CORONA '19.99 CASE 120Z BOTTLES Plus Deposit Smart back-to-school shoppers earn extra credit at Rehoboth Outlets August 13-17. Receive a free REHOBOI"H Umbro Soccer T-Shirt with purchases totaling $150; 1!il ii],,ip,| lj mll,  , a ,/ a 5o Funl Kids Backpack when you spend $250; or an _ _111J l m_t ) L.L. Bean Tote Bag & Travel Mug wlth purchases of $300. Supplies are Iirnlted, so don't miss the belll -- KIg To receive your free gift, bring register receipts from any Rehoboth Outlets stores dated 8/13/97-8/17/97 to one of the three participating Gift with Purchase stores (Umbro located In Center 2; So Funl Kids In Center Formerly Ocean Outlets & 3; and L.L. Bean In Center 1). Spend S7 and receive all three gifts free. Rehoboth Outlet Center Offer good while supplies last. No substitutions. Route 1 In Rehoboth Beach, Delaware. 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