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CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, Sept. 6 - Sept. 12, 2002 - 81 Unlikely, creative combination yields tasty results Bananas and ketchup sand- wiches, spaghetti and eggs for dinner, peanut butter, granola, honey and bananas, bundled in a bowl for breakfast, with a little molasses and milk to wash it all down. Whatever will we think of next'? How about apple pie in a glass...of milk, or apple sauce, milk and bananas, that's what some kids are experimenting with today. To start mixing it up, here are some creative recipes using Motrs Apple Sauce and milk. Go ahead, shake it up and gulp it down, it's easy, it's fun and irs good for you. For more great recipes and to submit your own edible concoc- tion of Mott's Apple Sauce and Milk check out You could win a $5,000 college scholarship, a trip for four to the Big Apple (New York City) and a year's supply of Mott's Fruitsa- tions. Food APPLE PIE IN A GLASS 1 C low fat milk 1 4-ounce container Mott's Ap- ple Sauce 1/4 t cinnamon 11/2 t sugar Shake all ingredients in a con- tainer with tight-fitting lid or stir in glass until well blended. Banana-Peanut Butter Flip Chicken Continued from page 80 allowed. Cooks may enter the contest through the website, by fax to 202-293-4005, or by regular mail at Chicken Contest, P.O. Box 28158, Washington, D.C. 20038- 8158. A contestant may enter as many recipes as he or she wishes, but tion. I am not kidding. I must add a disclaimer. The views of this columnist do not necessarily reflect the views of Continued from page 79 1 T minced onion 2 dashes Worcestershire sauce 1/2 C fresh bread crumbs 1 T unsalted butter melted Let bread absorb cream. Stir to break up. Fold in next 8 ingredi- ents. Place in 4 buttered ramekins or shells. Top with bread crumbs mixed with butter. Bake at 350 F for 12 to 15 minutes. DEVIL'S FOOD CAKE 4 oz. unsweetened chocolate i ....... 3/4 C water 112 C shortening 1 1/2 C sugar 3 eggs 1 t baking soda 1 C buttermilk 2 C flour, less 1 T 1 t salt 1 t vanilla Whipped Cream Frosting: 1 t unflavored gelatin 3 T cold water 1 C whipping cream 1/4 C confectioners' sugar 1/2 t vanilla Melt chocolate in water. Cool. Cream together sugar, shortening and eggs. Add chocolate mixture. Stir soda into buttermilk. Add al- ternately in third with flour and salt. Stir in vanilla. Pour into 2 greased and floured 9-inch cake pans. Bake at 350 F for 25 to 30 minutes. Cool 5 minutes on racks. Turn out cakes. When cool, ice with whipped cream frosting. Re- fi'igerate. For frosting: Combine gelatin and water. Dissolve over hot wa- ter 10 minutes. Cool. Slightly beat whipping cream. Add gelatin. Gradually add sugar, beating until stiff. Stir in vanilla. So, Charlie has left the beach to get ready for fifth grade in a sub- urb outside Washington, D.C. I am stuck with 25 frozen pizzas. Watch out, Nicola's and Grottos. You have very serious competi- 24-ounce containers Banana MOTT'S FRUITSATIONS 1 C milk 1 C ice 1/3.1/2 C peanut butter Combine all ingredients in blender. Blend on high until smooth. Strawberry Chocolate Chipper 24-ounce containers Strawberry each recipe should be on a sepa- rate sheet of paper with the con- testanrs name, address and phone number for contact purposes. En- tries are due by Oct. 15. Those who appreciate the flavor of leg meat have a chance to win additional prize money. Any of the top five winners who use leg meat (leg, thigh and/or drumstick) predominantly will win a bonus prize of $1,000 on top of the regu- lar prize. The chicken industry added the bonus to help promote the usage of leg meat. the "Cape Gazette." If you try the cheeseburger and macaroni recipe, please do not sue me. Hey, he's back in school. CORNER CUPBOARD D t Executive Cti: i ]eanrEric i Lemieux DISCOUNTS OFFERED ON SINGLE OR MIXED CASES OF WINES Serving Dinner Daily, Saturday Breakfast: & Sunday Brunch on t-ee.shaded porches& patio | .| i ..... $0 Park Avenue, RehoboUt Beach, DE MOTT'S FRUITSATIONS 1 C milk 1/2C vanilla ice cream or frozen yogurt 3 rounded T mini-chocolate chips Combine all ingredients in blender. Blend on high. Stir mix- ture well before pouring. Makes approx. 2 2/3 cups BREAKFAST :LUNCH Wines Liquor00 'Visit our extensive wine section Special Orders Upon Reauest -- Locally Owned & Managed 207 W. Second Street, Lewes .on.- rhu00. 9am- 10 pro- Fri. & S=. 9am- 11 pm 645-9183 Atlantic Refrigeration & Air Conditioning, Inc. A New Business with Familiar Faces! Back Row: Dee Dukes, Earleen Bunting, Donald Bunting, Mark Vicidomini, Tom Maguire Kneeling: Nick Meglio, Larry Oliver, Melvyn Streett, Jason Hernandez, Brian Nickerson, Dominic Orsini, Robert Hellens. Not pictured: Harold Bunting LOCATED AT NASSAU COMMONS OFFERING SALES SERVICE INSTALLATIONS Residential & Commercial Heating, Air Conditioning & Geo Thermal Systems. Commercial Refrigeration. Service Contracts 645-9321 24 HOUR EMERGENCY SERVICE