Sumptuous suppers for SundaysMake Sunday supper an...


January 17, 1996|By Karol V. Menzie

Sumptuous suppers for Sundays

Make Sunday supper an occasion with a new cookbook, "One-Pot Sunday Suppers" (HarperCollins, $17.50), by Pat Dailey, There are 125 recipes for such sumptuous but simple-to-make meals. Cleanup afterward is simple as well.

Calling for chicken

There's still time to submit a recipe to the 1996 Delmarva Chicken Cooking Contest. Original recipes must be postmarked by Feb. 1. Twenty finalists will compete in June for prizes such as $1,000 cash, a Caribbean vacation for two, and household gifts. To enter, or for information, write to DCCC Entry, R.D. 6, Box 47, Georgetown, Del. 19947-9622. Or call (302) 856-9037.

All hail the rockfish

January is rockfish-celebration month across Maryland, as restaurants offer dishes featuring the much-loved state fish. Among the restaurants are: the Crab Shanty, Ellicott City; Puffins in Pikesville; Macaws Cafe in Jacksonville; 208 Talbot in St. Michaels, Pierpoint and the Orchid in Baltimore and the Middleton Tavern in Annapolis.

Tea as tonic

If winter's got you down, recharge with a glass of Quibell Ginseng Iced Tea. Ginseng has long been used in the Far East as a tonic. Made with spring water, the tea can be served cold or hot. It's caffeine-, sodium- and tannin-free. Look for it at some supermarkets, convenience stores and health food stores.

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