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58 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, December 19 - December 25, 1997 Whip up some hassle-free fudge for the holidays The holidays can be a whirl- wind of party-going, shopping, gift-giving and entertaining drop- by family and friends. Simplify ttiis season: with this easy, four-ingredient fudge that will tempt any sweet tooth with its classic combination of peanut but- ter and chocolate. Preparing a few batches at a time will help you fill brimming gift tins for the neighbors and serving plates for entertaining. But remember to set some aside for yourself'- you deserve a deli- cious treat to celebrate the time you saved ! Layered Chocolate Peanut Butter Fudge (Makes about 1-1/2 pounds) 1-1/2 C peanut butter fla- vored chips 1 (14-oz.) can Eagle Brand Sweetened Condensed Milk (not evaporated milk) 1 t vanilla extract 1 C semisweet chocolate chips In small saucepan, over low Sample a Christmas Submitted by Emma Ellings- worth of Milford, this festive recipe is a colorful addition any holiday menu. Although she said she prefers to skip the apples and use only cranberries, both fruits may be used for this sumptuous creation. Christmas Bake 3 cups of fresh apples (peeled and chopped) or cranberries 2 T flour recipe from Emma's kitchen 1 1/2 C granulated sugar Topping: 3 packages (1 518 oz.) instant oatmeal, cinnamon-flavored 3/4 C chopped pecans 1/2 C brown sugar 1/2 C melted butter Combine apples, two cups of cranberries and two tablespoons of flour and toss to coat. Add one cup of sugar and mix well. Place in two-quart casserole dish. In a separate bowl, combine oatmeal, chopped pecans, one-half cup of flour, brown sugar and butter. Stir well and spoon this over fruit mix- ture. Bake at 350 F for 45 min- utes. Serves six. To make the topping, mix to- gether instant oatmeal, chopped pecans, flour, brown sugar and butter. Spoon over cranberries. Bake uncovered at 350 F for 45 min- utes. Serves six. Cider kindles the season's senses Raise your mug and toast the season with this warm beverage that spices up any occasion. Inspired by the tradition of shar- ing cheerful times and tales around a crackling fire, hearthside cider will fill your home with the apple juice 2 C water 6 whole allspice 2 whole cinnamon sticks 6 apple-cinnamon or orange- spice herbal tea bags 1/2 C firmly packed brown soothing scent of apples and. sugar cinammon and the zesty herbal tea steeping in cran-raspberry and bottled lemon juices. It's sure to inspire an open house this season. Hearthside Cider Makes about 2-1/2 quarts) 1 (32-oz.) bottle cran-raspber- ry juice cocktail 1 (32-oz.)bottle apple cider or 1/2 C lemon juice from con- centrate In large saucepan, combine juice, cider, water, allspice and cinnamon; bring to a boil. Re- move from heat. Add tea bags; cover, let stand 10 minutes. Remove tea bags and spices. Add sugar and lemon juice; stir until sugar dissolves. Serve warm. Hearthside Cider will fill the home with delicious scents during the holidays. Beer Wine Spirits --OUR NEW LOW PRICES-- Expires December25, 1997 CANADIAP MIST '10.99 1.75 LITER SEAGRAMS VO s16.99 1.75 LITER BLOSSOM HILL CHARDONNAY CABERNET $7.99 1.5 LITER JACK DANIELS s26.99 1.75 LITER CORONA BO'I'rLIS *19.99 CASE SMIRNOFF VODKA s13.99 1.75 LITER heat, melt peanut butter chips with 213 cup Eagle Brand. Remove from heat; stir in 1/2 teaspoon vanilla. Spread evenly into alu- minum foil-lined, eight-inch square-pan. In small saucepan, over low heat, melt chocolate chips with remaining Eagle Brand. Remove from heat, stir in re- maining 1/2 teaspoon vanilla ex- tract. Spread evenly on peanut butter layer. Chill two hours or until firm. Turn onto cutting board; peel off foil and cut into squares. Store covered in refrigerator. Fudge is the perfect holi- day gift. LEWES FISHHOUSE & PRODUCE ME t Save Time This Year With HOLI__. D_AY PA_._. RTY TR__ AY___SS.! ' Small Tray ( serves 10-12) ........... $37.95 Medium Tray ( serves 20-25) ........ $69.95 Large Tray (serves 35-40) ........... $98.95 Featuring: BOAR'S HEAD OVEN GOLD TURKEY BREAST, ROAST BEEF &: DELUXE HAM. NEW YORKER AMERICAN CHEESE &: IMPORTED SWISS. PACKAGED POTATO SALAD, COLE SLAW, BOAR'S HEAD PICKLES  CLUB ROLLS. ALSO INCLUDES A LE'I'IXJCE  TOMATO TRAY. 7 Fine Quality & Delicious Taste Since 1905. Boar's Head never adds fillers, extenders or artificial colors or flavors to any of their Deli Meats and Cheeses. Cold Cuts without shortcuts. 227-SUBS (7827). Rt. 1 Lighthouse Plaza (behind Mill Outlet) * Featuring Luigl's Dell * Christmas Eve 9-5. Closed Christmas Day Fd. Dec. 2610-8 l Or visit our other location on Rt. 24 - Peddler's Village 945-8300 9.5 Closed Christmas Day Fd. Dec. 26 Closed .__:.A