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-CEGAZE&apos;IWE, Breads Friday, December 3 - December 9, 1999 Continued from page 63 Place bread cubes into large bowl. Pour mixture over bread cubes and toss gently until well coated. Butter a two-quart baking ves- sel and fill with bread mixture. Place baking vessel in a shallow pan filled with water. Bake for approximately 50-60 minutes. Cool before serving. POTATO BREAD STUFFING PATTIES 4 C potato party rolls 1 C leftover mashed potatoes 3 T butter 2 doves garlic, minced 1/4 C chopped onion 3 T chopped red pepper 2 eggs, beaten 1 C warm chicken or turkey stock 3 T minced parsley salt and pepper to taste Preheat oven to 400 degrees. Butter baking vessel. Break bread into small pieces. Melt two table- spoons butter in saut6 pan. Saut6 garlic, onions and red pepper. Toss bread in mixture. Add mashed potatoes, parsley and cool slightly. Add eggs. Blend well. Add stock just to moisten suffi- ciently until the mixture sticks to- gether to form patties. Form into three-inch patties. Place patties in vessel. Bake for 25 minutes or until slightly crusted. Wine Continued from page 63 villages. So here is a list of all the grand crus: Montrachet, Batard Montrachet, Chevalier Montra- chet, Bienvenue-Batard-Montra- chet and Criots-Batard-Montra- chet. Experts will discuss the mer- its of each but I find all to be gen- eraUy delicious. As you shop for these wines, look for the designations listed above. You will find each farm (vine- yard) further described by a sub- name, or a shipper's name, or a farmer's name. Don't be thrown Food Continued from page 63 So let's go with the Fettucine Alfredo. FETTUCINE ALFREDO 1 C heavy cream 4 T salt salt and freshly ground pep- per to taste 1 lb. fettucine cooked accord- ing to package directions off the track. Over the years, the larger vineyards have been divid- ed due to inheritance or sold off into smaller portions. Naturally, each purchaser or inheritor was quick to attach his name to the so prestigious a product. Robert Drouhin, one of Bur- gundy's leading winemakers has often said, "A primary difference in Grand Cru compared to Pre- mier Cru is the location, of the vineyard, the soil and the slope of the land." He is a tried and true expert and knows reality. These wines are all quite expen- sive, which as a lot to do with the amounts produced. If you are not familiar with the great whites, start with a Corton Charlemagne. [ 3/4 C freshly grated Parme- san cheese Bring the cream and butter to a boil in a saucepan large enough to These are my favorites. Some of the best recent vintages for Cote de Beaune white are 1989, 1990, 1992, 1995, 1997 and hopefully, 1998. Look for an off-year vin- tage, such as 1994, as the ap- proachable wine at the best price. If cash is trash for you, a '92 Montrachet de la Guiche will show you what it feels like to be chauffeur-driven in a Rolls Royce. Be careful though - it is a habit to which you could get used to quickly. Add to your champagne pur- chase list Roederer from Califor- nia, rated 92 by Wine.Spectator under $20. Big, toasty and yeasty, and drinks like its cousin, Roeder- er Brut Reserve France. rot say? "Polly wants a cracker, NOW!" What does the 400-pound mouse say? "Here, kitty, kitty, hNd the cooked fettucine. Reduce kitty." the flame to low  add thet ::.  Aritl :my favorite: and pepper. Add the cooked fet- tucine and toss in thesauce. Add the cheese and toss until the fet- tucine is well coated and the sauce has thickened. Here are the final three Dr. Lau- ra jokes. What does the 200-pound par- This guy : called Dr. Laura and said he wrote the joke for her. He said a guy wanted to buy his wife some flowers. He went to the florist, but could not decide between the roses and the carnations. So he called Dr. Laura and said, "Here's my floral dilemma." Edy's and Toy Story 2 team up with two new flavors Edy's Ice Cream makes it possi- ble to take the Toy Story 2 experi- ence home in a carton with two new ice cream flavors. Edy's Chunky Toy Funilla is a combination of vanilla ice cream with a fudge swirl and five color- ful, fudge-filled Toy Story 2 shapes. Edy's Infinity Divinity is a com- bination of vanilla and chocolate light ice cream, swirls of caramel marble and chocolate caramel- filled Toy Story shapes. Charac- ter-shaped pieces in both flavors include Buzz Lightyear, Woody, Bullseye the Friendly Horse, Jessie the Cowgirl and a Green Alien. Packaging features colorful im- ages of the film's stars, an interac- tive game that allows kids to play while they eat, and an exclusive .)p.aJJ-fi)J .offff.Pj_r.or j' Toy Story 2 Bendable Bowl Buddies, flexible color figurines that stand up to 5 inches tall. The Bowl Bud- dies offer is also featured on Edy's Classic, light and homemade packages and on the company's Web site at <www.icecream .corn>. As part of Edy's limited edition line, Chunky Toy Funilla and In- finity Divinity will be carded in supermarkets nationwide from now until the end of January. The suggested retail price is $4.79 per half gallon. Edy's Grand Ice Cream is mar- keted by Dreyer's Grand Ice Cream Inc. Di00scounts On Sain!gle or Mixed ses of Wines! 207 W. Second Street, Lewes 645 9183 ,0,..,,,,. ..... lO ,.,.. " FRI. & SAT. 9 a.m. - # l p,m. POTATO BREAD STUNCH 2 C potato bread, diced 1/4 C butter 1/2 C chopped leeks 4 large eggs 3/4 cottage cheese 2 T minced parsley 2 T coarsely chopped celery leaves salt and pepper to taste Preheat broiler. Melt butter in large skillet with metal handle. Saut6 the garlic until slightly brown. Add the bread and stir-fry until lightly crisped. Add leeks and celery leaves. Toss. Beat eggs in a bowl until well combined, add cottage cheese as well as the chopped parsley. Pour over the stir-fry bread mixture and toss until eggs softly form. Place under broiler until browned. Re- move from broiler. Cool slightly and break apart with spatula. POTATO BREAD PUDDING 2 C potato party rolls 1 T butter, softened 1 C leftover cheese ball 1 C milk, scalded 2 eggs, beaten 1 C leftover vegetables Pinch of saffron salt and pepper to taste Preheat oven to 325 degrees. Butter a one-quart baking vessel. Blend milk, cheese, assorted veg- etables, saffron, salt and pepper. It is important that the cheese is melted. Add eggs. Blend well. Add the bread cubes, toss until well coated. Place in a baking vessel and bake 40-50 minutes or until firm. All Year! LEWES FISHHOUSE & PRODUCE 1130 Highway One 5 Points, Lewes, Delaware I Seamde Oysters [ S3.50 d)z. I -- While supplies last -- Retail & Wholesale Sun. 12. 5 . Mon. . Thurs i2 - 7 . 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