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NEWS AND REVIEWS FOR LOCAL EATERIES Plus 100 FRIDAY, APRIL 28 - MONDAY, MAY 1, 2017 FOOD & DRINK Cape Gazette To solve the challenge of peeling hard-boiled eggs, here's a method to try shortly after they're boiled: place the hard- boiled egg in a small saucepan with about an inch of water; cover the pot and place it on a hard surface; rapidly swish the pot in circles for 15 seconds, crashing the egg into the sides of the pan; remove the egg and peel the shell.  Whether we should be thank- ing the Spanish, the French or Richard Hellmann, a wide variety of mayonnaise brands and flavors are readily available to make your favorite egg salad. Basic Egg Salad  4 hard-boiled eggs  2 T mayonnaise  1/2 t Dijon mustard  salt & pepper, to taste  parsley or chives for garnish  Peel the eggs and chop into uniform bits. Place in a bowl along with mayonnaise and mustard. Toss gently to com- bine. Season to taste with salt and pepper. Serve on toasted bread slices or on a bed of let- tuce garnished with parsley or chives. Yield: 2 servings. Curried Egg Salad  6 hard-boiled eggs  1/4 C minced red bell pep- per  1/4 C minced celery  1/4 C mayonnaise  1 t Dijon mustard  2 t curry powder  salt & pepper, to taste  paprika (optional)  Peel the eggs and chop into uniform bits. Place in a bowl along with red pepper, celery, mayonnaise, mustard and curry powder. Toss gently to combine. Season to taste with salt and pepper. Serve on toasted bread slices or on a bed of lettuce. Garnish with paprika, if de- sired. Yield: 3 servings. Bacon & Egg Salad  6 hard-boiled eggs  1 T minced red onion  1/2 C mayonnaise  4 slices cooked bacon  salt & pepper, to taste  snipped chives for garnish (optional)  Peel the eggs and chop into uniform bits. Place in a bowl along with onion and mayon- naise. Crumble bacon into small bits and add to the bowl. Toss gently to combine. Season to taste with salt and pepper. Serve on toasted bread slices or on a bed of lettuce. Garnish with snipped chives, if desired. Yield: 3 servings. Send comments, questions and recipe suggestions to capeflavors@comcast.net. Mayonnaise Continued from page 99 REHOBOTH BEACH FARMERS MARKET VENDORS AND VOLUNTEERS MEET AT DOGFISH BREWPUB SUBMITTED PHOTO THE REHOBOTH BEACH FARMERS MARKET master Pat Coluzzi, volunteers and vendors met at Dogfish Head Brewpub in Rehoboth Beach April 18 to celebrate the market’s upcoming opening Tuesday, May 2, in Grove Park. The market will be open from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., every Tuesday in May, September and October; and 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., during the busy months of June, July and August.  Shown at the front table are Pat Mullikin, Charlie Mullikin, Carol Szugaj from Celtic Acres, and Dave and Cheryl Wiley from Herbs Spice Everything Nice. At the back table are Joe and Ann Fischer from Fischers’ Farm, and Jon Clucas from Alaskan Seafood. Tea party slated for Rehoboth museum Vintage handbags will be the theme of this year’s Rehoboth Beach Historical Society an- nual tea party, with two seatings scheduled at 2 and 4:30 p.m., Sunday, April 30, at the Re- hoboth Beach Museum. Men and women are encouraged to bring a vintage handbag, and a cup and saucer, and enjoy sweet treats and tea sandwiches, games and door prizes. Cost is $15 for members and $20 for nonmem- bers. Supplies for the Immanuel Shelter will also be collected to help clients survive the sum- mer outside. The address is 511 Rehoboth Ave. To make a reser- vation, call 302-227-7310. Treasure Fest yard sale set April 29 in Dewey Dewey Business Partnership will be sponsoring the sixth an- nual Dewey Beach Treasure Fest Community Yard Sale from 8 to 11:30 a.m., Saturday, April 29, in the Rusty Rudder parking lot at Dickinson Avenue in Dewey Beach. Rain date is April 30. Over 40 vendors will offer furniture, household items, sporting goods, antiques, tools, clothing, jewelry, electronics, toys and more. There will also be sales at individual addresses in Dewey Beach. To view maps for individual yard sales, go to www.deweybusiness- partnership.com. Maps will also be available at the lot sale at the Rudder. This is a free event with free parking. Annuals ready to purchase at flower fest Annual flowers are ready at East Coast Garden Center in Millsboro. At its flower festival Saturday, April 29, the garden center will open the doors to the greenhouses and give shop- pers first pick of their fabulous favorites. From alyssum to zin- nias, everything needed is there to pump up beds and containers with creative color. To register for the 11 a.m. flower arranging class which is $25 per person for materials and instruction, email info@eastcoastgardencen- ter.com. Briefly »