What’s Happening Today – Jan. 16, 2018
Today on DelmarvaLife:
Nobody wants to become the victim of a burglary. Studies show most burglars can be in and out of your home in less than 10 minutes, with arms full of your precious property. 102.5 WBOC’s Corey Phoebus spends some time with our friends at Sentech Security & Communications to learn ten simple steps homeowners can take to deter burglars.
We are going to learn about the group, Maryland Relay. Its goal is to make communicating on the phone easy for everyone. Asia Johnson and Brenda Kelly Frey are with Maryland Relay, a public service that helps the deaf or hard of hearing. Learn about how you can access these services as well.
There’s a lot more that goes in a school day than just class and homework. We’re learning about some of the neat programs in the Cape Henlopen school district. The president of the Cape Henlopen Educational Foundation, Jeff Gordon is here to give us all the details. For more information on the programs, visit the Educational Foundation website.
In addition to learning about the Cape Henlopen Education Foundation and their upcoming Winter Jam event, we’re also going to learn about some of the food that will be featured at Winter Jam. Chef Jen Bradour from Plate Catering is in the kitchen today to make Winter Jam Stuffed Cucumbers.
Plate Catering’s Winter Jam Stuffed Cucumber
About 30 bite sized pieces
- 1 English cucumber, split lengthwise and deseeded
- 8 oz cream cheese
- 4 oz smoked salmon/lox, chopped
- 3 Tb, chopped fresh dill
- Fresh cracked pepper
- 2 Tb capers
- About 12 cherry tomatoes, thin sliced
- 2 Tb minced red onion
Mix the cream cheese, dill, salmon and pepper together. Put in the center of the cucumbers. Top with the rest of ingredients. Slice and enjoy.