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60 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, October 10 - October 16, 1997 Watcha gonna do with that plain old hot dog? A hot dog is great on a bun, but there's a lot more to that wiener than meets the eye. For a change of pace, try some of these fun hot dog recipes. Round Dog Try a round dog in a hamburger bun! Start by slicing a hot dog at half-inch intervals, cutting almost through. Chili cookoff Continued from page 59 Delaware was the last state to join the Chili Union. Chili contestants will register in advance and receive an official rule book. They will arrive on the field at 9 a.m. on the morning of the con- test with their ingredients, cook- ing utensils, portable stove, chairs and tables. As they begin their prepara- tions, judges will watch carefully to make sure that the rules are fol- lowed and there are no "bootleg" commercial ingredients. "Civilians" are invited to arrive at noon to talk to the chefs, to en- joy the music, rides and games and to stroll the big top. The turn-in time for the chili is 1 p.m.; at that time, the crowd is invited to sample the chili after Then, place it on a microwav- able plate and microwave on high for 45 seconds. The hot dog will curl as it heats to fit on a hamburg- er bun. Top it with barbecue sauce, if desired. Pigs in a Blanket Take refrigerated crescent roll dough and wrap a hot dog in each triangle. the judges remove a quart from each contestant's entry. Prizes are awarded at 3 p.m. and the top three Delaware finishers are automatically eligible to go to the international finals to be held in Tedingua, Texas. There will be trophies and prizes for the sanctioned and non- sanctioned events. In the nonsanctioned categories, "No-rules chili" is exactly what the name implies; it permits en- tries from those who enjoy cook- ing, but don't want to be bothered with all the requirements. "Chicken Chili" is a salute to our important local industry, as is "Restaurant Chili." "Showmanship Awards" are given to those who provide the most fun as they cook. Parking and other volunteer ser- vices will be directed by Kiwanis Club members. Kiwanis Interna- tional, Division 11, which in- Bake according to package di- rections. Cheese lovers can place a strip of cheese on each triangle before adding the hot dogs and rolling. Serve as a whole or cut each dog in half-inch pieces for dip- ping into mustard or salsa. Hot Dog O1 For an easy casserole, pour one cludes clubs in Delaware and east- ern Maryland, will benefit from this event. The funds will go to several can of chile con carne in a baking dish, top with hot dogs (one pack- age) rolled in corn or flour tor- tillas, add another can of chili, sprinkle with shredded cheese and cover with foil. Bake at 425 de- grees F. for 30 minutes. Makes 8- I 0 servings. Pizza-licious Unroll a can of refrigerated piz- za crust on a lightly oiled baking sheet. Spread with ready-made pizza sauce that has been com- bined with a small amount of mustard and ketchup. Once the children's charities underwritten dough is topped with sauce, add a by Kiwanis. Advance ticket sales ($5 instead of $10 at the gate) are available from any Kiwanis member and at spgnsoring businesses. Kiwanis will receive 50 percent of their sales, all the entry fees and "donations" from the crowd as they vote for their personal fa- vorite chili. WGMD has guaranteed Kiwa- nis a very large minimum contri- bution. There is a $15 fee to enter any of the contests; contestants may enter as many times as they like. The contest, which will be held under the tent, will go on rain or shine. Rehoboth Seafood Market & Delicatessen 4131 Highway One, Rehoboth Beach HOURS: Monday- Thursday 11-6 p.m., Friday 10-6:30 p.m., Saturday 10-7 p.m. Sunday 12-6 p.m. Carry-Out - 227-3776 Seafood - 227-3551 As the owner of Rehoboth Seafood, I would like to assure you that all of our seafood is not only safe and healthy, but of exceptional quality. We are the only seafood business in the area to hand-pick our entire stock of seafood. What we I can not buy at the boat, we purchase from the USDC and HACPP approved, cer- tified, and inspected surveyors. Since we pick-up our seafood in our own trucks, no fish is delivered to where we would be faced with the dilemma of accepting a compromised quality in order to have fish for that day. We also have the most extensive selection of seafood in the area! Our staff is in full accordance with all U.S. 8 State educational standards and will continue to pursue educational opportunities when available. Our prices are competitive with the other seafood businesses in the area, including Super Fresh. COLUMBUS WEEKEND SPECIALS -- . FRIED OYSTER SANDWHICH ALL LOBSTERS $7.75 Lb. & CuP OF CRAB SOUP $6.95 MONDAY WEDNESDAY Deli Day 20% OFF all of our dell meats 5 cheeses (1/2 lb. increments only, please) Steak Day 10% OFF all of our steaks package of hot dogs cut in quar- ter-inch slices and sprinkle on plenty of cheese. Bake at 425 de- grees F. for 15 minutes. Serves six. Soup Plus Transform a can of soup into a satisfying meal by adding cut-up pieces of hot dogs as the soup heats. Try one package of hot dogs and one can each of tomato and cheese soup or one can each of corn chowder and potato soup. Simmer until the hot dogs are heated through. LEWES FISHHOUSE & PRODUCE $6.49 lb. o O0 FILL UP YOUR FREEZER WITH THESE HEAT-N-EAT FAVORITES Frozen Chipped Sirloin Steaks $3.79 lb, Frozen Chik-0-Philly ........ $4.39 lb. Chicken Steaks Roast BeefAu Jus ...$6.79 lb. 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