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March 18, 1966 - Image 27

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-03-18

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Hadassah to Doff Hats to Lilly Dache
at Eye-Opener Gathering March 29

The First Lady of Millinery
Fashion, Lilly Dache, will be a spe-
cial guest at a showing of spring
and summer hats and fashions at
Detroit Chapter
of Ha da ssah's
Eye Opener
Party 12:45 p.m.
March 29 at the
Royal Theater.
She will share
the spotlight
with John Fair-
child, editor of
Women's Wear
Daily.
Dache
Mrs. Joseph H.
Jackier, chairman of the clay, an-
nounced that Madelyn Coe, Hud-
son fashion coordinator, will serve
as commentator.
Some of Lilly Dache's millinery
creations have been designed es-
pecially for this showing, and a
special prize will be one of her
hats.
Mrs. David Pollack, chapter
Eye-Bank chairman, said a filled
eye bank holding $5 in dimes, or
its equivalent, is the admission
donation. It will buy medication
to save the sight of one afflicted
eye of a child or adult in Israel.
For eye banks, call the Hadassah
office, BR 3-5441.

And an Ancient Reminder

ner; Lilly became her apprentice
and, when her talent became
obvious, went to Paris to train
in the establishment of Reboux,
the great milliner of the day.
Four years later she came to the
United States and was hired as
salesgirl in the millinery de-
partnient at Macy's.

The Mechanics of Matzo Manufacture

Automatic mixers, rollers, per-
forators, cutters and conveyors
turn out matzo today, but A. Good-
man and Sons, Inc., still holds to
an ancient tradition.
According to rabbinical law,
based on the tradition of biblical
Palestine, water must be drawn
the day before and set aside to
With another job she saved cool for the actual preparation of
enough of her salary to buy a busi-
the matzo. Cold water was believed
ness with a $100 down payment.
to delay fermentation, and matzo
Her first Dache hat for a Follies
must be made of unfermented
beauty created a sensation and she dough.

moved to a private salon on Madi-
Under strict rabbinical super-
son Avenue.
vision in the Goodman plant (au-
The Dache Building, the first tomatic mixer hands are washed
New York building ever dedicated every 15 minutes), the water and
to hats, was opened in 1937.
flour become dough and, rolled
and "hemstitched," goes into the
She is married to Jean Despres,
executive vice president of Coty, oven 12 minutes later. According
to rabbinical law, no more than
Inc.
18 minutes may elapse from the
Since 1949, Lilly Dache's name
and taste has been channeled into moment the flour and water meet
in the mixers to the time they go
wider fields: cosmetics, coiffures,
into the oven.
stockings, gloves, wallets, fashions,
Regular Passover matzo are
men's shirts, jewelry, men's ties
made of only flour and water, but
and more recently furs.
no water may be used if another
She has received every hOnor ingredient is added to the flour,
the fashion world can bestow, plus as in the making of egg matzo.
a number of other public tributes Only fruit juice or wine may be
to her achievements. She is au- substituted for the water, 'and in
thor of two best-selling books.
the case of Goodman's egg matzo,
sweet apple cider joins flour and
Aid Guatemala Education
eggs in the batter. •
The oldest existing matzo bakers
The Conference on Jewish Mate-
rial Claims Against Germany, last in the country, Goodman's had its
year allocated $23,000 for educa- origin in 1776 in the kitchen of
tional projects in Guatemala.
Chanah Gutkind in Filehne, Posen,

Miss Dache, born in Beigles,
southern France, was the daugh-
ter of a farmer and a clothes-
loving local belle. One of her
aunts in Bordeaux was a milli-

Germany. Her grandson, Augustus
brought the skill to America, serv-
ing as master baker for the Union
Army.
In 1865 with the name Goodman
opened his own shop, first in Phila-
delphia and later in New York.
Goodman's offers the following
Passover recipes:

Matzo Balls (Kneidel)
1 cup Goodman's Matzo Meal
cup water
4 eggs
1 /3 cup melted shortening
1 teaspoon salt
Dash of pepper
Add water, melted shortening, salt
and pepper to the beaten eggs. Mix
well. Add matzo meal and stir tho-
roughly. Let stand 20 minutes. Form
into balls and drop into soup; or into
11 quarts boiling water to which one
tablespoon salt has been added. Cook
20 minutes.
* * *
Matzo Meal Pancakes
1 ,2 cup Goodman's Matzo Meal
3 eggs
1/ cup water
teaspoon salt
Beat yolks and blend with water, salt
and matzo meal. Fold in beaten whites,
and drop teaspoonfuls of the mixture
on to a greased griddle. Brown on both
sides. Serve wit*
jelly or jam.
*

water in a bowl, and let stand for
about 5 minutes. Drain off excess wa-
ter, beat the egg, and mix lightly with
the farfel. Heat chicken fat and saute
the onions. Mix with the farfel and
salt to taste. Stuff fowl with mixture.
* * *
Passover Nut Cake
3/4 cup Goodman's Matzo Meal
1 cup walnuts
1 cup sugar
9 eggs
V, teaspoon allspice
1 teaspoon cinnamon
1 orange, juice and rind
Beat the egg yolks with the sugar
until light. Add the orange rind and
juice, spices, ground nuts, meal and
last the beaten whites. Bake in a spring
form. Serve with lemon sauce.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, March 18, 1966-27

T. H Grant

INCORPORATED

ritistry
in

Matzo Meal Muffins
3 eggs
cup Goodman's Matzo Meal or Cake
Meal
1 ounce cold water
teaspoon salt
Separate eggs and beat whites with
salt until stiff. Beat yolks and water
and mix lightly into whites. Fold in
Matzo Meal and bake in greased tins
at about 350-375 degrees for hour.
* * *
Farfel Stuffing
4 cups Goodman's Matzo Far -fel
1 cup warm water
1 egg
1 4 cup chicken fat
/ 4 cup chopped onion
Lightly mix matzo farfel and warm

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