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February 11, 1966 - Image 21

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-02-11

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Farband General
Katzman to Talk
at Conference

Treasure Hunt Car Rally
Mapped by Beth Am

Temple Beth Am is planning its
first Treasure Hunt Car Rally for
the evening of March 5. Prizes
will be awarded, and the rally
will end up at a restaurant.
Insructions will be mailed to
each entrant Feb. 26, and final
instructions will be issued the
night of the event. The rally will
be run by pre-entry only and will
be limited to 50 cars.
For reservations, call Sol Kli-
man, 532-1317 during the day or
531-0453, evenings.

Harry Schumer, president of the
Detroit City Committee of Far-
band Labor Zionist Order, an-
nounces that Jacob Katzman, sec-
retary general of Farband in the
United States and Canada, will be
the guest speak-
er at the Far-
band City Con-
ference here
this weekend
at the Labor
Zionist Institute
The confer-
ence will open
Saturday at 8:30
p.m. Farband
members will
hear reports of
Farband activi-
ties in Detroit.
The keynote ad-
dress will be
given by K a t z-
m a n, who re-
recently return- jai
Katzman
ed from Israel
where he was a delegate to the
Zionist Action Committee meet-
ings in Jerusalem.
There will be election of officers
to the City Committee.
The Saturday evening session
is open to the public. • Refresh-
ments will be served. There will
be no admission charge.

.

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Jewish Meals

It was, after all, inevitable, since

this column of Jewish cooking be-
gan a few weeks ago, that some
reader should inquire about a non-
Jewish "Maichel" that one could
adapt to kosher cuisine. A reader
from Detroit would like to know
how to make a kosher pizza. In
fact he. would like three recipes:
1) Milchig; 2) Flaishig; 3) Parve.

Well, why not? The Jews have
ever been willing to learn from
their neighbors if by so doing they
do not violate their own tradition.
In the world of good food there is
a benign give-and-take. You give
U.S your pizza and we give you hot
pastrami on Jewish rye with dill

pickles, bagel with lox, blintzes
and borsht. It is better that nations
adopt each other's "Meichulim"
than that they should fight wars.
Pizzas •
Dough: Dissolve 1/2 package of gran-

ulated yeast or 1i yeaSt cake in 1/2 cup
lukewarm water. Sift three cups of
flour on board, n-sake a well in the cen-
ter and put in it dissolved yeast, 1
teaspoon salt and 1 cup lukewarm wa-
ter. Work this gradually into the flour.
The dough should be soft so that it
can be easily rolled or stretched. Add
more lukewarm water if necessary.
Knead well for about fifteen minutes.
Add 1 tablespoon oil and continue to
knead until well blended into dough.
Shape it into a ball. Put dough into
bowl, cover with a clean cloth and let
rise double. Roller stretch the dough
until it is 1/4 inch thick to fit a large
oiled pan. Dough should extend 1/4
inch above rim of pan. Cover the
dough with 1 tablespoon oil and with
tomato sauce and meat, fish, vegetables
or cheese as suggested below. Bake in
450 degree oven thirty minutes, reduce
heat to 300 degrees and bake about
fifteen minutes longer. Pizzas can be

By ROSALIND S. ZUNSER

(Copyright, 1966, JTA, Inc.)
Agency)

frozen. In that case bake only thirty
minutes. When removed from freezer
bake in 300 degree oven fifteen min-
utes.
Sauce: Stew gently in two table-
spoons oil, two diced onions and one
clove garlic, diced until translucent,
not brown. Add 1 lb. can tomatoes,
preferably Italian, 1 can tomato paste.
3 4 teaspoon oregano, 1 teaspoon salt,
1 /2 teaspoon pepper, cover and let that
simmer gently about two hours, until
nice and thick.
Flaishig
1 onion minced sauteed a little, add
lb. mushrooms, continue to sautee
five minutes, add 3 4 lb. chopped beef,
continue sauteeing until beef loses
redness. Mix with tomato sauce. Put
sliced stuffed olives on top.
Variation: Instead of meat use sliced
bologna or salami. Put on top of to-
mato sauce. Put sliced stuffed olives
on top. Can mince any leftover meat
also.
Milchig
Cover tomato sauce with 3/4 lb.
grated Swiss or American cheese.
Sprinkle with Parmesan cheese.
Variation: May add about five
chopped anchovies on tomato sauce
before adding cheese.
Parve
Cover tomato sauce with 1 eggplant
peeled and diced sauteed in oil with
12 lb. mushrooms, 1 green pepper diced
and one minced onion.
Variation: Instead of eggplant use
zucchini which has been sprinkled with
salt, covered, set aside 1,2 hour and
then drained and thoroughly dried.
Can use pieces of boiled, fried, canned
or broiled fish mixed with vegetables.

30-Year-Old Ketubah
Found in SW Detroit

A Ketubah (marriage contract)
dated June 1, 1937 was found in
the Springwells Ave. area, on the
near Southwest Side and is being
held by the Jewish Welfare Fed-
eration until it is claimed by its
owners.
The contract, signed by Rabbi
Bernard Einhorn, was for the mar-
riage of Philip Suslansky and Syl-
via Seltzer of 1438 Prospect Ave.,
Bronx..
Anyone with information is
asked to call Mrs. Esther Appel-
man, at the Federation offices, WO
5-3939.

Grant

INCORPORATED

`The American Religion'

"Washington, Lincoln and the
American Religion" will be the
topic of Rabbi Sherwin Wine's
sermon at Birmingham Temple
Sabbath services 8:30 p.m. today
at Robert Frost Junior High
School, Oak Park.

20010JamesCouzertsDrive
Detroit 35, Michigan

Coopfiate etettiAtee.9.„

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