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December 28, 1962 - Image 19

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1962-12-28

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Jewish Meals

By Mildred Grosberg Bellin

Feldman-Weiss
Troth Announced

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

MAX GOLDHOFFS

Mr. and Mrs. Max H. Gold-
hoff, 1085. N.E. 177th Terrace,
North Miami Beach, Fla., will
celebrate their golden wedding
anniversary at a cocktail dinner
party Dec. 30 at Temple Israel,
137 N.E. 19th St., Miami.
Rabbi Joseph Narot of the
temple will officiate at the spe-
cial ceremonies.

Rabbi Morris Adler
Will Officiate in
Inauguration Event

Rabbi Morris Adler, spiritual
leader of Cong. Shaarey Zedek,
has been chosen to deliver a_
prayer portion of inaugural
ceremonies for Governor George
Romney on New Year's Day.

Agency Prefers Zionist
Couneil Session in New York
JERUSALEM, (JTA) — The
Jewish Agency executive and the
presidium of the Zionist General
Council decided to hold the
forthcoming session of the Coun-
cil in New. York . provided the
decision received the support of
the American members of the
executive and Council. The final
decision on the matter will thus
await a vote by :,t.te American
leadem-the results -of which will
be cabled to Jerusalem.

Eric Rosenow

His Continental Orchestra
and Entertainment

UN 3-7626

SIMCHA
MELODY -
NURSERY

A left-over can be a portion
of cooked food large enough to
provide a complete second meal,
or it can be just the odd bits
left on a roast or in the platter.
It is often a temptation to dis-
card these small amounts, but
when ground or diced they can
provide enough meat to form
the basis of all sorts of delicious
dishes. They are true assets.
Our first • recipe begins with
one cup of ground left-over
beef, adds seasonings different
from those we customarily use,
and ends up as enough filling
for about 50 novel appetizer
knishes with a delightfully
pleasant taste. For richer appe-
tizers pie crust pastry may be
used instead of the one suggest-
ed. With either, the knishes may
be made in advance, frozen,
then reheated in a moderate
oven at serving time.
During the early winter
months a hot turkey salad is a
refreshing change at a 'bridge
luncheon, and also a fine way
to use the meat left-over from
a Hanukah roast. The turkey
meat, already cut from the car-
cass, neatly diced, then stored
in the freezer, is ready to be
assembled quickly for this easy-
to-prepare dish.

NOVELTY COCKTAIL KNISHES
Filling:
1 medium onion
1 tablespoon oil
1 cup ground, cooked lean beef
cup seedless raisins
1;,. of a 41 f , , oz. can chopped ripe
olives
2 tablespoons sweet red- wine
1/16 teaspoon oregano
1/16 teaspoon ground cummin seed
1 tablespoon all-purpose flour
I/2 cup beef broth
Wteaspoon chili powder
salt and pepper to taste
Grind the onion, using the medi-
um blade. Cook in the oil over
medium heat for five minutes. Add
the beef, raisins, olives, wine, chili
powder, oregano, and cumin seed.
Stir until thoroughly heated. Blend
the flour to a smooth paste in a
little of the broth, then stir into
the rest of the broth. Add to the
meat mixture and stir until thick-
ened. Chill overnight before using.
Crust:
cup vegetable oil
2 eggs, well beaten
ei teaspoon salt
2 cups sifted .all-purpose flour
1 teaspoon baking powder
1 egg yolk, slightly beaten
Beat the oil and the 2 eggs until
blended. Sift the salt, flour, and
baking powder together and add.
Stir to make a smooth dough. Roll
out, a fourth at a time, until very
thin. Cut into 3-inch circles. In the
center of each circle place about 1
teaspoon of the filling. Moisten the
edges of the dough slightly with
water, fold over, and press the
edges firmly together with a fork.
Place on a well-greased baking
sheet, brush the surface with the
egg yolk, and bake at 400 degs. F.,
about 15 minutes, until a rich
brown. Serve hot. This makes about
50. These may be froze and re-
heated.
TURKEY SALAD, HOT
21!? cups cooked diced turkey
1 cup finely diced celery
34 cup diced pecans or walnuts
1 tablespoon minced onion
1 1A teaspoons lemon juice
cup mayonnaise
yi cup fine, dry bread crumbs
salt and pepper to taste
Combine the turkey, celery, nuts,
onion, lemon juice, and mayonnaise.
Do not use a salad dressing for this
dish. Add salt and pepper to taste.
Divide the salad evenly into 4
greased individual baking dishes.
Sprinkle the bread crumbs evenly
over the top. Place in a hot oven,
450 degs. F. for about 15 minutes,
only until thoroughly heated. Serve
at once. This amount serves 4.

SAM EMMER

ANI•111.11.1

WINER

MISS BARBARA FELDMAN

The engagement of Barbara
Sue Feldman to Milton Harry
Weiss has been announced.
She is the daughter of Mrs.
Ada Korash Feldman of San Juan
Dr. Her fiance is the son of
Mrs. Jacob Weiss of Freeland
Ave. and the late Mr. Weiss. A
June 30, 1963 wedding is plan-
ned.

Deahl-Sch-ultz
Engagement Told

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Goldhofs Mark
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