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CAPE GAZEq['rE, Friday, August 20 - August 26, 1993 - 29 1993 Coast Day invites best crab cake recipes Who makes the best crab cakes in the land? If you think your recipe is tops, enter the Coast Day Crab Cake Cook-Off, sponsored by the Uni- versity of Delaware Sea Grant College Program and Graduate College of Marine Studies. Eight finalists will compete for cash prizes ($125 for first place) and the coveted rifle, "Delaware's Best Crab Cakes" in the cook-off at Coast Day, on Sunday, October 3, in Lewes. As in past years, competition guidelines specify that crab cakes must be made from 100 percent blue crab meat. Each contestant will receive two pounds of blue crab meat to use the day of the competition. All other ingredients and cooking utensils are the contestants' responsibility. Judging will be based on origi- nality, predominance of crab meat, taste and texture. Entries are due Friday, August 27. For a complete set of contest rules and an entry form, or for more information, contact the University of Delaware Sea Grant Marine Advisory Service at (302) 645-4346. Last year's winning recipe, Dia- mond State Crab Cakes by Loretta L. Wootten of Felton, is listed below. Ingredients: one pound (back- fin) crab meat; one teaspoon lemon juice; one teaspoon Season All; one-half teaspoon Old Bay seafood seasoning; one tablespeon butter or oil; one slice sharp ched- dar cheese; one tablespoon minced onion; one tablespoon minced green pepper; black pepper to taste; one egg; one and a half tea- spoons hot sweet mustard; two tablespoons mayonnaise; one tablespoon prepared Original Hid- den Valley Ranch Dressing; five drops Tabasco sauce; Old Bay Dip and Crisp Seasoned Breading; and plain bread crumbs to coat cakes. Directions: Check crab meat for shells; then sprinkle with lemon juice, Season All, Old Bay and pepper, and toss very lightly. Saut6 onion and pepper in butter or oil, until limp, over medium heat or microwave one and a half minutes. Beat egg, add mustard, mayonnaise, dressing, Tabasco, saut6ed onion and pepper. Mix well. Pour over seasoned crab meat. Sprinkle on two to three table- spoons of Old Bay Dip and Crisp and gently mix. Shape into desired cakes or shapes. Mix plain bread crumbs and Dip and Crisp as needed to completely coat cakes. Fry at medium heat until golden brown on both sides. Place dia- mond cut-outs of cheese immedi- ately on top of each cake for deco- ration. Serve on plate lined with greens, lemon slice and cocktail or tartar sauce. Serves four to six. Coast Day is the University of Delaware Sea Grant College Pro- gram and Graduate College of Marine Studies' annual education- al festival and showcase for Delaware's rich marine resources. Now in its 17th year, the event attracts an estimated 10,000 visi- tors to the Marine Studies Com- plex in Lewes and has won nation- al awards for its efforts to promote marine resource education. mcm'r 20% off A Art I BEDDING / sto00t"ooo, _/_ b.,,g% b,: Highway One, Rehoboth Beach, DE 19971 (across from Ocean Outlets Seaside) A foolish emperor (Steve Seyfried), left, believes he is exam- ining a new coat made by a clever swindler (GaB Priest) in RSCT's production of 'The Emperor's New Clothes.' 'The Emperor's New (:iothes' featured every Tuesday at RSCT Tuesday nights have been very special this year at the Rehoboth Summer Children's Theatre. The featured play on Tuesdays has been a delightful adaptation of Hans Christian Anderson's The Emperor's New Clothes. The story centers on a vain and foolish emperor who desires a wardrobe of the most exquisite fashions. A clever swindler con- vinces the emperor that he can weave magic fabric - beautiful fabric that can only be seen by the smartest people in the realm. The swindler pretends to weave this magic fabric and shows it to the emperor. The emperor cannot see the fabric because there is no fab- ric. However the emperor con- vinces himself that he is smart enough to see the magic fabric, and commands the swindler to use the fabric to make his new clothes. The word spreads throughout the realm that the emperor's new clothes are magic and cannot be seen by stupid people. And so, when the emperor appears in a parade to show off his new outfit, everyone "sees" the clothes, rather than admit they are stupid. The classic story has been adapted into a two-actor format by Steve Seyfried, who performs the play along with resident guest actress, Gail Priest. These two tal- ented actors bring I0 characters to life with great verve and energy. The Emperor's New Clothes is performed every Tuesday evening through August 31. Curtain rime is 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $4. The Theatre is located in the Epworth Methodist Church on Baltimore Avenue in Rehoboth Beach. Also featured in the final weeks of the season are performances of Peter Pan, Snow White,, Goosefeathers, and The Clown Show. For schedule and ticket informa- tion call 227-6766. 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