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The Detroit Jewish News, 1962-09-28

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THE DETROIT JEWIS H NEWS —7. Friday, Sep tember. 28, 1962 — 52

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U.S. Memorable Rosh Hashanah. Dinner

Greetings on the New Year
to Our Friends and Patrons

GREETINGS

By MILDRED GROSBERG BELLIN

(Copyright, 1962, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.)

LNew Year Greetings

During the hours of soul- toms, their home was unques-
KIEHLER
Knight Industries,
searching, contemplation, and tionably Jewish.
Oakman
PHARMACY
For this Rosh Hashana, the
Inc.
spent in the synagogue meal
began with the familiar
Hardware Company prayer
1 8018 James Couzens
and in our homes during the old-world favorites, home-baked
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D. KATZ, Prop.
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High
Holy
Days,
the
thought
challas
shaped
round
for
the
_--Wholesale - Retail .
may come to mind that, as festivals, chopped liver, and
Plumbing-Elettrical Supplies; etc.
Di 1-3724
2561_ f P-uritan
members of the house of Israel, chicken-noodle soup. But then
it turned into a model of re-
we are joining with our breth- gional cooking. The chicken ! New Year's Greetings to Our Friends and Customers
ren in a unified, world-wide ob- was pan-smothered with gravy
servance. Along with the com- and rice. The carrots, to sym- 1 GERHARDT'S MEAT MARKET
New Year's Greetings to All! forting glow that sharing in this bolize prosperity, were cooked
The Home of Home-Made German-Style Sausages—
rite brings, comes also a won- whole, then delicately glazed
Finest Quality Meats
with shortening, sugar, and a
der
as
to
how
the
different
LEES TOOL CO.
members of our family cele- hint of lemon juice. In sep-
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-
brate Rosh Hashana, in what arate side-dishes, there was a
way their traditions are the e g e t a b l e medley of okra
'Detroit., Michigan
same and in which they differ. stewed with fresh tomatoes and
The dear friend who sits be- sauteed onions. Dessert was
New Year Best Wishes
side us may have little customs Ambrosia, that simple but deli-
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which are part of her heritage cious combination of sliced
HAPPY HOLIDAY
but not of ours, while in other seedle-ss oranges, shredded coco-
JEFFERSON STEEL CO.
parts of the globe usages nut, and just enough orange
adapted from the different coun- juice or white wine to moisten.
LIFT PARTS
WAREHOUSE
tries may create many innova- Even the honey cake had ac-
Service Company
quired
a
Dixie
flavor,
with
the
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tions. In traditional holiday
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meals so much is told of his- addition of pecans from their
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toric background and current own garden.
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environment that from the
4%.00 ■•■••■ =0"...W.." food itself we can learn enough Menu for Rosh Hashana Dinner
Happy New Year
Challas for the festivals;
about our fellow Jews, to be-
Wine for Kiddush;
come more wise and under-
Bowls of honey;
HAPPY NEW YEAR
standing from this knowledge.
Apples or Grapes
A Rosh Hashana dinner served
Chopped liver
LAND 0' LAKES
Linotype
recently in a tiny town in Geor-
Composition
Rule Form
Chicken-noodle soup
CREAMERIES, INC. gia perfectly exemplified how Pan-smothered chicken with
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food patterns develop.• At the,
gravy and rice
same time the combination of
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Glazed carrots
the older and newer dishes Medley of okra, tomatoes, and
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used as symbols of our familiar
sauteed onions
New Year traditions told elo-
Spiced peaches
New Years Greetings
quently how possible it is to
Watermelon pickle
adjust to the life around us
Tossed salad with
Happy New Year
without losing our own faith
French dressing
and heritage. The family who
Ambrosia
LASTAR
Coils, Strips, Sheets — Galvanized, Electrolytic
served the meal, the only Jews
Honey-pecan cake
in their community for many
ELECTRIC CO.
Black coffee or tea "
10621 Capitol
Oak Park
LI 8-8111
years, had lived among their
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a
Electrical Contractors
neighbors with mutual respect CHALLAS FOR THE FESTIVALS
2 cakes yeast
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8626 Lyndon
and genuine affection. Yet, de-
about 1 1/2 cups lukewarm water
spite many adopted local cus- 1/16
teaspoon saffron (optional)

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Happy New Year

GLENDALE ELECTRONIC SUPPLY CO.

Wholesale Only

TU 3-1500

12530 Hamilton

New Year Greetings

FREEDLAND STRUCTURAL STEEL CO.

DI 1-3050

7611 Lyndon

Season's Greetings

W. D. GALE, INC.

TRENCH I NG

TExas 4-2300

7145 Tireman

Season's Best Wishes

School
Synagogue
Laboratory
Library
WE STOCK

Corkboards
Chalkboards
Window Shades
Darkening Shades
WE INSTALL

FURNITURE and
EQU I PMENT

Office and Warehouse, TO 8-9231

B. F. FARNELL COMPANY

435 West Seven Mile Road

(Between Woodward and John. R)

Detroit 3, Michigan

A Very Happy New Year

H. HENTZ & CO.

Members New York Stock Exchange and
Other Leading Stock and Commodity Exchanaes

First National Bldg., Detroit, Michigan

Tel : WO 1-8500

Main Office New York City — Branches in
Other Principal Cities

100 Years of Service

2 /3 teaspoon salt
1/4 cup sugar
51/2 cups sifted all-purpose flour
2 tablespoons vegetable oil
2 well-beaten eggs
1 egg yolk
Dissolve the yeast in 1/2 cup of the
water. Add the saffron, salt, and 1
tablespoon of the sugar. Let stand
in a warm place for 15 minutes.
In a large mixing' bowl combine
the flour, yeast mixture, remaining
sugar, the oil, and the 2 eggs. Add
just enough lukewarm water to make
a soft dough. Knead on a lightly
floured board until satiny. Place in
a large greased bowl, turn the
dough completely over, cover the
bowl with a cloth, and let the dough
rise at 85 degrees F. until double.
Punch down, and remove about V2
cup of the dough. Shape the rest
into two high round loaves some dis-
tance apart on a greased cookie tin.
Roll the reserved piece between the
palms of the hands into a long, thin
rope, cut it in half, and press each
half around the rim of each loaf, like
a crown. Cover with a cloth and let
rise again until almost double. Brush
the surface of both loaves with the
egg yolk, and bake at 350 degrees
F. about 45 minutes, until a rich
brown. To be certain the loaves are
completely baked, turn one over. The
bottom should be a medium brown.
Cool the loaves on racks. This makes
two medium-sized loaves.
PAN-SMOTHERED CHICKEN WITH
GRAVY AND RICE
4 rounded tablespoons all-purpose
flour
1/2 teaspoon salt
1 18 teaspoon black pepper
1 cut-up broiler-fryer
6 tablespoons oil or chicken fat
I cup chicken soup
2 cups cooked rice --
Combine the flour, salt, and pepper
in a small bag. One at a time, shake
the pieces of chicken in the flour to
coat them evenly. Use all the flour
mixture. Heat the oil or chicken fat
in a large skillet. Add the chicken
pieces and brown on all sides over
medium heat. When the chicken is
a rich brown, add the soup, bring
to a boil, cover the pan, then lower
the heat and simmer until the
chicken is tender. Allow about one
hour for the total cooking time.
Serve the chicken in a deep platter
with the gravy over it, and pass the
rich separately. This amount serves
four.
HONEY-PECAN CAKE
1/2 cup vegetable shortening
1 cup sugar
3 eggs
2 /3 cup honey
1 teaspoon baking soda
11/2 teaspoons double-acting baking
powder
1 teaspoon salt
1 teaspoon ground cinnamon
1 /2 teaspoon ground cloves
. 4 / 3 cup cold strong coffee
1 cup pecans, chopped medium
fine
1 /2 cup seedless raisins, cut in
half
Cream the shortening, sugar, and
eggs until light and fluffy. Beat in
the honey. Sift together the flour,
baking soda, baking powder, salt, and
spices. Add to the batter alternately
with the coffee, stirring only enough
to blend. Fold in the nuts and
raisins. Poured into a greased and
floured 9x32x2 inch pan, and bake at
350 degrees F. about 50 minutes,
until a cake tester inserted in the
center comes out dry. Remove from
the pan, and cool on a rack,

Happy New Year

HIGHLAND BOLT & NUT CO.

64 Victor Ave., Highland Park

TO 9-5588

Sincerest New Year's Greetings

HOA KOW INN

Chinese and American Restaurant
Specializing in Cantonese Foods

13715 West 9 Mile, West of Coolidge, Oak Park
LI 7-4663

Happy Holiday Greetings

GREENE'S HAMBURGERS

Specializing In Carry-Out Service - Open 24 Hours

13545 W. 7 MILE, corner Schaefer
10001 W. McNICHOLS
24155 ORCHARD LAKE RD.

DI 1-4717
UN 1-0188
GR 4-7980

Best Wishes to the Community
For a Happy New Year

HANDLEMAN COMPANY

670 E. Woodbridge Ave.

Holiday Greetings

GORDON AND DICK SHELL SERVICE

Tune-up - Brakes - Mufflers — Pick-up and

18911 Livernois at Clarita

Delivery

DI 1-4555

Holiday Gretings

1 The Great Lakes Mutual life Insurance Co.

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LIFE INSURANCE FOR ALL !

Louis C. Blount, President

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