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Center Continued from page 70 to local 4-H clubs and schools. While a fee for use of the Har- vest Center hasn't been set yet, Coffee said the charge will be a minimal amount to cover the cost of running the facility. The Har- vest Center is open Monday to Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Coffee, an employee with First State Community Action Agency for the past three months, is eager to get the word out about the Har- vest Center. She plans to initiate a pantry program this summer, for the purpose of helping families plan meals and become self-suffi- cient. Easter Continued from page 70 ing from the center to the edges, until an even thickness, about 1/2 inch. Set aside. In a bowl, combine half of the flour, half of the salt and the white sesame seeds. In a second bowl, combine remaining flour, half of the salt, and black sesame seeds; set aside. In a blender container, combine tahini, lemon juice, roasted sweet red pepper and water. Cover; blend until smooth. If necessary, add additional water, a teaspoon at a time, until sauce is a creamy consistency. Place milk in a shallow dish. Dip the salmon in milk. Firmly q00llablis Continued from page 70 side. The fragrance of apples and mown hay with a nice acid bite re- minded me why this wine had been so popular. You don't need to purchase these older wines, however, to en- joy Chablis. I found a very nice bottle of '93 Chablis by J. Moreau & Fils for $13 at Roadsters in "We'll be giving recipes to them once we give food out," said Coffee, "We'll be promoting meal planning and food preservation and we'll be starting a Brown Bag Club." The Harvest Center is equipped with four atmospheric cookers and eight pressure cookers, each of which holds 16 quart jars or 24 pint jars. Several other small ap- pliances are also on hand to keep food preparation time to a mini- mum. Jars of strawberry jam, apple sauce and vegetable soup were sold at a rapid pace at the open house. In addition, Coffee and the staff handed out the recipes for each of the canned foods at the event. Those who have never canned before need not worry. In- press one half of each side of the fillet in the white sesame seed mixture. Press the other half of each side of the fillet in the black sesame seed mixture. In a large skillet, heat oil over medium-high heat; cook coated fish fillets for 4 to 6 minutes or until fish flakes, turning once. Spoon tahini sauce on dinner plates; top with fillets. Garnish with lemon and lime wedges and fresh watercress. So while you are coloring the eggs, here are a few questions that need to be answered. Why don't sheep shrink in the rain? When you open a bag of cotton balls, is the top one meant to be thrown away? If the police arrest a mime, do they tell him he has the right to remain silent? Next week: what was the best thing before sliced bread? Lewes. The fruitiness of the wine balances the acid in such a way as to give it a clean, smooth, mouth feel. This wine is definitely a food wine. When paired with clams or oysters or a nonoily fish such as trout, flounder, or tautog, it brings out the nutlike flavor of the fish and cleanses the palate of the af- tereffects of the oil or butter often used in the preparation of these dishes. Remember, the wine is the acid; judicious use of lemon is re- quired. REMEMBER THE DELICIOUS HOLIDAY MEALS PREPARED BY YOUR MOTHER AND GRANDMOTHER? We can help you pass on memories to the next generation... rheG00fted Gourmet  food lovers shop I Bread Mixes, Cake Mixes, Salsas, Jams, Jellies, Mustards, Barbecue Sauces, Hot Sauce, Salad Dressings, Spices, Soups, Pie Mixes, Vinegars, Hostess Gifts, Original Recipes, Gourmet Gift Baskets and More! OPEN THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY CLOSED EASTER SUNDAY 113 MARKET ST. HISTORIC LEWES" 302-645-0440 struction is available on-site. Probably the most popular question is "What should I bring?" In order to can food at the facility, the staff recommends you bring yourself, your food and whatever spices you want to use while canning. If you have your own jars, lids and bands, you can CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, April 10 - April 16, 1998. 71 bring them, but Coffee said the of the Harvest Center. Harvest Center will try to have them in stock also. For more information, call 856- Group rates are available for use 7761 or (800) 372-2240. Get ideas for holiday menus Subscribe to the Cape Gazette SEAGRAMS 7 '11.99 1.75 LITER Beer Wine Spirits --OUR NEW LOW PRICES- Expires A oril 16, 1998 BACARDI RUM *14.99 1.75 LITER SMIRNOFF VODKA '13.99 1.75 LITER CORONA BO'i'rLES $19.99 CASE LORD CALVERT CANADIAN Sl 1.99 1.75 LITER JIM BEAM 1.75 LITER There is only ONE place where you can buy... FRESH ,.. FRESH , er, crabs ert/t)e, A LobS .- 0- l'tlrla Specialty Salads Str Ste;k I ntqu @ swordfisn, more! _k, rill " Awesome Sandvtches da'r;o;.eY e & rnu'LJCl Homemade Soups  -  Platters, etc. Baby Back Ribs, Fresh Salads 6" French Bread REHOBOTH SEAFOOD & DELICATESSEN featuring a wide selection of gourmet deft meats & cheeses