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CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, October 2 - October 8, 1998 - 61 Del Tech now offering culinary courses as holidays approach A variety of culinary courses being offered at Delaware Techni- cal & Community Colleg, will help fill any kitchen with enticing aromas as the holiday season ap- proaches. Basic Cake Decorating ex- plores different professional deco- rating techniques along with a dis- cussion of tools, hand skills and creative solutions. Bring a basic cake decorating kit; a materials list will be discussed on the first night of class. The four-session course meets from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m., Thursdays, Oct. 8-29, and Tuesdays, Oct. 27-Nov. 24. The fee is $45. Wood-Fired Bread Baking is a hands-on class covering all as- pects of bread-making. Learn to make a variety of breads from scratch and bake them in a wood- fired oven. The class meets at 1425 Kings Highway, Lewes. A materials fee of $10 should be paid to the instructor. This two- session class meets from 6 to 10 p.m., Thursdays, Oct. 15 and Oct. 22. The fee is $45. Herb Basics teaches the essen- tials of growing, harvesting and using herbs for eating, cooking and healing. The course meets Chili cook'off set at Museum frGiot:n2sPlm"T7]211S: 120. The fee is $15. , of Natural History on Oct. 10 fc00udmeSraud00dCt?:inrlf,c;00fce; s- the end of the event, feinating processes, roasting The Wellness Community- Delaware is extending an invita- tion to corporate and individual teams to compete against one an- other at the Chili Cook-Off, to be held from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., Satur- day, Oct. 10, at the Delaware Mu- seum of Natural History, located on Route 52 in Greenville. The rain date is Oct. 11. The cost for a four-person team is $40. The fee includes a silk- screened apron for each team member. Friends and guests may join in the fun for $5, which buys a chili tasting cup and a ballot for voting on the "People's Choice Award." A panel of judges, including chefs and local celebrities, also will have their say on who makes the best chili and will award prizes at Lunches Continued from page 60 foods until lunch time, but gener- ally will not work for all-day stor- age. "Any perishable leftovers af- ter lunch should be discarded and not brought home," Berry ad- vised. Instead of the insulated lunch boX, can brown paper bags or plastic lunch bags be used to store cold foods? "These are okay," Berry said, "but do not work as well as insulated lunch boxes or plastic lunch bags, because the bags tend to become soggy and do Food Continued from page 60 Serve immediately with tartar sauce on the side. Makes 4 servings. Finally, a man heard a knock at the door, opened it, and saw a snail on front porch, "What the heck is this?" he said, and picked up the snail and threw it across the street. Two months later, the man heard a knock at the door. He looked down and saw the snail on his front porch. The snail said, "Hey! What was that all about?" Look, I am having a ,ery diffi- Teams will arrive at 11 a.m. with all uncooked materials, ta- bles and camp or propane stoves. Cooking begins at noon, with tast- ings beginning at 2 p.m. Judging will commenc at 3 p.m. and prizes will be awarded at 4 p.m. There will be live music, micro- breweries and lots of chili. The Wellness Community- Delaware opened its doors in 1996. Its mission is to help people with cancer fight for their recov- ery by providing, free of charge, psychological and emotional sup- port, to complement conventional medical treatment. To register or to sponsor a team, or for more information, call the Wellness Community-Delaware at 302-656-8410. not retain the cold as well." Also, control the environment where the lunch bag or box is kept at school to help keep foods cold. Keep out of direct sunlight and away from radiators or other heat sources. Keep hot foods hot. Foods like soup, chili and stew need to stay hot. Use an insulated bottle stored in an insulated box lunch. Fill the bottle with boiling water, let stand for a few minutes, empty, and then put in the hot food. Keep the insulated bottle closed until lunch to keep the food hot. For more information on pack- ing safe lunches at school or work, call the nationwide meat and poul- try hotline at 800-535-4555. cult time finding food jokes. And when I need to narrow the jokes down to food fish jokes, all be- comes really tough. But here's one more snail joke. A snail goes into a car dealer- ship and wants to buy a 240 ZX sports car. He spends hours hag- gling with the salesperson. Even- tually, they agreed to the price. The snail said, "I just want to re- move.the logo '240 ZX' and put an'S' there." The salesperson said, "Sure, I can do that, but can I ask you why?" The snail said, "Of course. When I get in that sports car and I am driving on Route 1, I want to hear people say, "Watch that's' car go." Don't be left in the dark! Read the Cape Gazette each week Call 645-7700 to subscribe \\; methods, flavored coffees, coffee- making and more. Sfudents will sip and sample various coffees at Oby-Lee's Lewes Bakeshop, 7:30 to 9 p.m., Tuesday, Nov. 3. The cost is $15. For more information on these and other personal enrichment of- ferings, contact Corporate & Com- munity Programs at 854-6966. Open All Yeart LEWES FISHHOUSE & PRODUCE 1130 Highway One 5 Points, Lewes, Delaware Res" Salmon $6.49 lb. -- While suies last -- Retail & Wholesale Sun.-Thurs. eoon-7. Fri. & Sat 11-7 644-0708 Beer Wine Spirits Miller Lite Heineken $13A9 $19.99 30 Pack Case Cans Bacardi Rum $15.99 1.75 Liter Rehoboth Beach Plaza Lewes Rt. 1 1551 SaVannah Rd. (just before Dewey) (302) 227-6070 Rehoboth Beach, DE (302) 645-8662 Lewes, DE II Dcli SUBS " DELI SANDWICHES SALADS ' STEAKS Italian Specialty Foods Fresh Rolls DELI LUNCH SPECIALS AVAILABLE MON. - SAT. " 227-SUBS (7827) Rt. 1 Lighthouse Plaza (next to Kmart) Call between 8-10:30 a.m. for Office Lunchtime Delivery to Lewes/Rehoboth Areas. Or visit our Peddlers Village Location on Rt. 24 945-8300 Call between 8-10:30 a.m. for Office Lunchtime Delivery to Longneck/Millsboro/Georgetown Areas