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62 - CAPE GAZETITo Friday, November 6 - November i2, 1998 Giving holiday baked goods? Personalize the gift wrap Iced gingersnaps, frosted sugar cookies, melt-in-your-mouth chocolate coconut bars, fruit and nut breads - you can almost smell the tantalizing aromas of holiday baking that are filling family Food Continued from page 61 As I walked into the office one morning, I ran into his speech- writer and he said, "Anne, do you know why Sen. Dole did not say 'good morning' to you today?" I responded, "No, Mike, I didn'.t re- ally think about that." To which Mike responded, "Well that's be- cause I did not write on a 3-by-5- inch card, 'Anne, how are you this morning?' and hand it to him." Whether you like Bob Dole or not, you have to admire the fact that he can and does laugh at himself. Mike the speechwriter: Please send me $4 billion in $3 bills and I promise I will not disclose your last name:Baroody. An aside. I worked for an astro- Family Continued from page 61 1 C blanched almonds 1 lb. currants I lb. seedless raisins I lb. seeded raisins I pt. brandy 2 C sifted flour I t cinnamon 114 t ground cloves 114 t ground ginger 1/4 t nutmeg 1/4 t aace I t salt I lb. ground beef suet 1 C fine dry bread crumbs 4 eggs 4 oz. currant jelly Hard Sauce: 1/2 C soft butter Wine Continued from page 61 Regardless of your age, Chianti has been enjoyed for thousands of years. It is mentioned in Julius Caesar's memoirs as a staple for his legionnaires, along with the high quality of wheat and olives produced in the area. Chianti is a very nice dry red wine. Be sure to choose a "Classi- co Superiore." These wines are relatively inexpensive. The step up from a generic Chianti to a Classico Superiore is worth the expense. In fact, I recommend you try the comparison [or your own interest. Look for a San Leonino Chianti Classico Riserva. e Cfrio Nd6d s at'ays a blended wine. Usually, it will be 70 percent to 80 percent San- giovese, with the balance in Canaiolo, although some other va- rietals such as Mammolo, Merlot kitchens this time of year. Home- made baked goods are a wonderful gift for family and friends, and you can make them even more person- al with creative "wrapping" ideas. Have a favorite fisherman? naut once - back when astronauts were real heroes. They still are as far as I'm concerned. My astro- naut walked on the moon. When I worked for him in Washington, D.C., Nell Armstrong would come to meet with him. We would walk by astronaut Armstrong in the re- ception area and say, "Show us your American Express card," and he would laugh. Our astronaut would call us from a pay phone when he was traveling and say, "Stand by one," and drop the phone. We also "suited him up" when he had to go to a press con- ference. So we got to the point that when he got a phone call and was out of town, we said, "He's on the moon, but we expect him back shortly." All this has zip to do with the point, but it is fun to remember the good times. John Glenn. An American hero. 2 C powdered sugar 1 t brandy or vanilla Finely cut the citron, lemon and orange peel, dates and almonds. Place in a large mixing bowl and add the currants and raisins. Pour the brandy over the fruit mixture and let soak for 24 hours, stirring frequently. Sift the flour, spices and salt together and mix witth the suet and bread crumbs. Combine this mixture with the fruit. Beat the eggs until very light and stir into mixture. Then stir in currant jelly. Grease well 1 large or 2 :small steamed-pudding molds (coffee cans can be used, using foill as a cover). Pour batter into molds, se- cure covers tightly, and plaice in large kettle, with water reaching 1/3 up the mold. Bring wate:r to a boil, cover and simmer gently for or Cabernet Sauvignon may be used. These wines are less well- known, which is a shame since by law they are required to be aged at least three years, two ,of which must be in barrels. Look for Tenu- ta Trerosi Vino Nobile de Mon- tepulciano, which is import(ed by Wilson Daniels. Last, but far from iea:st, is Brunello Di Montalcino. I[ have recommended and discussedl these wines in a previous column. "These are the most desired wines off Tus- cany, and as a result, are gemerally most expensive. Look for aa dark garnet color. Cedar, earth anad vio- let nose and berry flavor vwith a hint of chocolate in the lback- ground. Choose any Brurnello; they are all great. Try to findd a '90 vintage for a rare treat. Congratulations to the wfinners ot211e e|ctlon. Let's come togetti- er and proceed. John McDonald is co-owner of the Garden Gourmet restaurant in Rehoboth Beach. Fill a new tackle box with your best cookies. Use a sewing or knitting bas- ket to deliver fresh breads to the seamstresses on your list. For nieces and nephews, fill a An American hero in a country that does not have many heroes these days: The children need he- roes. We need heroes. What he did takes guts, just like his first space shot. I am proud of him and I salute him. An I wish him the very best. Back to Bob Dole for one - I promise - paragraph, First and most importantly, the senator has a 16-year-old dog named Leader who came from the Hu- mane Society. Dole wrote, a great book recently and Leader shares the photo on the cover. (Is this "Focus on Food," "Focus on Dogs", or "Focus on Politics?") Dole put together some great quotes in his book and one, if not the best, is when he was introduc- ing former presidents Jimmy Carter, Gerald Ford and Richard Nixon and said, "See no evil, hear no evil and...evil." 4 hours.Check frequently to make sure water has not evaporated. When done, unmold and wrap in cheesbcloth, well moistened with brandy. Wrap in foil and refrigerate un- til Christmas. To serve, put pud- ding back in molds and steam as .above for 1 hour. Serve with hard sauce. To make hard sauce, beat butter and powdered sugar until smooth. Flavor with brandy. Make 12 to 16 servings. For information about "The Minnesota Heritage Cookbook," a collection compiled by the Min- nesota Division of the American Cancer Society, call Ginny Mies 612-925-6370. toy dump truck or jewelry box with fancy gingerbread men. Co-workers will enjoy coffee mugs brimming with rum balls. Is someone:you know taking a midwinter vacation in a warmer climate? Wrap baked goods in a colorful beach bag or small ice chest. If you lean toward practicality, fill a new serving bowl, plastic storage container or baking dish with a variety O f your favorite hol- iday goodies. All of these items are inexpensive and readily avail- able at your neighbor .hood depart- ment store. Look around; brain- storm a little. Give your baked goods a uniquely personal touch everyone will remember. 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