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CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, September 17 - September 23, 1999 - 63 Healthful ideas will helLp to improve kid's eating habits Any parent who has gone to the ends of the universe to improve a child's eating habits may appreci- ate some stellar suggestions on how to make healthful eating more fun. Feature a "fruit of the day." Ex- ampl-es include scrumptious strawberries, pleasing pineapple and tangy tangerines. Make fruit kabobs with skewers of various colored fruits and marshmallows. Dip fruits and pretzels in peanut butter. Always have cut-up fruit in the refrigerator for a quick afternoon snack. Bake a healthful dessert, such Coast Day Continued from page 62 bisque to live lobsters. This year marks the tenth an- niversary of the Coast Day Crab Cake Cook Off. To celebrate that milestone, the University's Ma- rine Communications Office is preparing a special anniversary cookbook that will feature every cook-off recipe from the past decade. The cookbook, priced at $3, will be sold at Coast Day. "It's amazing how many ways you can prepare crab cakes," Hicks said. "While many of the basic ingredients are the same, such as crab meat, eggs and crack- er or bread crumbs, some cooks have really been creative in the other ingredients they've used, from jalapefios to bleu cheese, Food Continued from page 61 This one is so bad, I cannot spare you. I have this friend who always seemed to lean slightly to the left all the time. It used to bother me, so I suggested he see a doctor and have his legs checked out. For years he refused ...told as low-fat muffins or angel food cake and decorate with cut fruits. One ready-to-serve, cut fruit de- signed to delight kids is Dole Fun Shapes. Incorporating eye-catching ce- lestial and aquatic themes, the fun shaped, bite-sized pieces of pineapple come in two kid-friend- ly (and morn-friendly) varieties. Both Cosmic and Sea Creatures varieties are made with 100 per- cent Dole pineapple and lightly sweetened pineapple juice. Sea Creatures offer added tropical fruit flavor. The following re6ipe offers a fun way to use these fruit shapes diced mango and fresh mint to name a few. Each concoction is definitely unique and delicious." Eight finalists, selected from entries from throughout the re- gion, will begin preparing their crab cake recipes at 11 a.m. Visi- tors will be able to watch the con- testants and sample a morsel or two. Judging takes place at noon, with winners to be announced at 1 p.m. The top prize includes $150, the coveted title of "Delaware's Best Crab Cakes," a plaque, and the opportunity to be a judge at next year's competition. Also on the agenda is the sec- ond annual Seafood Chowder Challenge, a friendly competition between the First State Chef's As- sociation and the Delmarva Chefs and Cooks Association. Visitors will be invited to sample 2-ounce portions of the chowders and then asked to vote on their favorite. A me I was crazy. But last week, .he finally went and sure enough, the doctor discovered his left leg was a quarter-inch shorter than the right. A quick bit of orthopedic surgery later, he was cured and both legs are exactly the same length now and he no longer leans. "So," I said, "you didn't be- lieve me when I told you a doctor could fix your leg." He just looked at me and said..."I stand corrected." Discounts On Saingle or Mixed ses of Wines! R & 1. Liquors --  Orbed ad Managed -- 2ol w. Se(od Street, lewes 45-9183 ,,o,.-,.,=.. o.....,o,.,,,. FRI. K .illT. 9 a.m. - 11 p.m. in a tasty and easy-to-make, healthy sandwich. HAWAIIAN MELTS 1 can Dole pineapple Cosmic or Sea Creatures Fun Shapes 6 English muff'ms 2 T mustard 1 1/12 C shredded cheddar cheese 6 thin slices ham, chopped Drain juice from pineapple. Set aside Spread about 1/2 teaspoon mus- tard onto each muffin half. Even- ly divide ham, cheese and pineap- ple Fun Shapes over the muffins. Toast in toaster oven until cheese is melted. trophy will be presented to the winning chefs. Clams, donated by Mid-Atlantic Foods in Pocomoke City, Md., will be the featured seafood in this year's chowders. The First State Chef's Association also will sell chowder for visitors to take home. At 11:45 a.m., Lewes resident Linda LaPlante-Beatty, an herbal educator for the past 25 years, will kick off a series of seafood culi- nary presentations by demonstrat- ing how to cook fish and shellfish with herbs. At I p.m., Rodger C. Moore, executive sous chef at Piane Catering and the First State Chef's Association Chef of the Year, will prepare salmon cakes. At 2:15 p.m., Mark Steele, execu- tive chef at the Lamp Post Restau- rant in Lewes and the Delaware Restaurant Association's Chef of the Year, will prepare "New Wave COLLECTIBLE 200000 FLUTES What could be more romantic than toasting the millennium at with that special someone? Available in 3 styles. Only $5.99 Compare at $28 9 i/4" Dishwasher safe. First lot sold out in 1/2 houri SORRY ...... NO RAIN CHECKS Exclusively Available at .... STEELES GUN SHOP 645-8350 Hwy. One, Midway Village Shops Hawaiian Melts are a cosmic treat for kids to enjoy while supporting healthy eating habits. Oyster Chowder," and grilled seafood. The presentations will conclude at 3:30 p.m. with certi- fied executive chef John C. Struzik Of Clayton, who will pre- pare "Chesapeake Bay Seafood," including rockfish and blue crabs. Plenty of seafood will also be available for purchase from local vendors. Grotto Pizza will have seafood pizza. The Lamp Post will sell crab cake sandwiches, crab soup and crab bisque; LeCates will offer fresh lobsters; Lewes Crab House will have crab cake sandwiches and crab chow- der; the Road Runner Caf6 will offer seafood fajitas and Wings to Go will prepare Buffalo shrimp, fish and chips and conch chow- der. Admission to Coast Day is free; parking is $2. For more informa- tion, contact the Marine Commu- nications Office at 302-831-8083 or visit the Web site at Deli Boar's Premium Deft Meats & Cheeses by the pound We make shopping easy... CALL IN YOUR ORDER & WE'LL HAVE IT READY! 227-SU BS Rt. One Lighthouse Plaza (Behind-Mill Outlet)