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April 15, 1966 - Image 17

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-04-15

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Volunteers to Conduct
Cancer Fighting Drive

Jewish Meals

Northwest Detroit residents who
have accepted zone chairmanships
for the American Cancer Society's
educational and fund-raising cru-
sade to be conducted in the Detroit
area this month include, Mrs. How-
ard Lakritz, 20522 Westbrook, and
Mrs. A. P. Swartzenfeld, 18286 In-
diana.
Proclaimed C a nc er Con tr o 1
Month by both President Johnson
and Governor Romney, April will
see thousands of ACS volunteers
distribute educational material
which has already helped save the
lives of more than 1,400,000 Amer-
icans who have been cured of can-
cer.
During April the society con-
ducts its once-a-year campaign to
raise funds for its programs of re-
search, education and service. The
1966 Crusade will be climaxed by
a house-to-house visit by volun-
teers April 26.

Coulibiac or Cabbage Pirog, as
the name implies, is of Russian or-
igin, and is a most versatile dish in
that it may be served as a lunch-
eon main dish or as a side dish
with borsht. It is also a great fa-
vorite at a buffet.
It is said to have originated with
the Germanic tribes that settled on
the banks of the Volga River some
200 years ago. Finding cabbage
very plentiful and inexpensive in
their new home, they conceived the
idea of putting it in a pie crust and
serving it, piping hot, during the
severe Russian winters. Its fame
has spread to other countries too,
and, even in France, where cook-
ing has been refined into an art,
it is served "aux choux" (with cab-
bage) or "de sampan" (with sal-
mon). In my own home I have
often served it as an hors d'ouvre
with drinks, with satisfying suc-
cess. It can also be made with
meat when the meal to follow is
"Fleishig." Neither is difficult to
prepare as the following recipes
will indicate.

LEATHER GOODS'

HAND BAGS
BRIEF CASES
BILLFOLDS
LUGGAGE
REPAIRING







COULIBIAC

Put all ingredients in a bowl at one
time.
Dough:
21/2 cups flour
1 /2 lb. butter
1 cup sour cream
With a pastry blender or two silver
knives, one in each hand, cut ingredi-
ents into pieces the size of peas, form
into a ball and refrigerate overnight.
Next day divide in half and roll out
on a floured board to fit a jelly roll
pan, 16 x 11, sprinkle with bread
crumbs and fill with the following
cabbage filling, cover with other half
of pastry rolled out; paint top with 1



,Robinson s

6338 W. McNichols UN 2-5611
(Near Livernois)

Marijane Lazar to Wed
Laurence Schiff of Ohio

By ROSALIND S. ZUNSER
(Copyright, 1966, JTA, inc.)

egg yolk diluted in 1 tablespoon water,
prick top to let steam escape, and
bake in preheated 400 degree oven
until brown.
May also use a fish filling or a meat
filling with another dough.
Filling:
5 to 6 cups cabbage
2 large onions sliced
1 tablespoon salt
1 /2 teaspoon sugar
1 cup sour cream
3 tablespoons butter
34 lb. mushrooms (sliced)
Chop cabbage and onions fine, salt
and cover and allow to stay about 15
minutes, squeeze dry, melt, pour boiling
water over cabbage and drain well,
butter in skillet, add cabbage, onions,
mushrooms, cover and stew gently
about 20 minutes. Cabbage should not
be brown. Add sugar and sour cream.
Season to taste.
MEAT COULIBIAC
Dough:
2 cups flour
1/2 cup margarine
or 1/2 cup crisco
pinch sugar
1 /2 teaspoon salt
about 7 tablespoons cold water
or more, enough to make soft
dough
Rub shortening into flour with finger
tips. Add water a little at a time until
dough formed. Refrigerate half an hour
before using. Use as above.
Filling:
1 lb. ground meat
1 ,4 lb. chopped onion
1 /2 lb. finely chopped mushrooms
2 hardboiled eggs chopped
1 egg (raw)
3 tablespoons fat
salt and pepper to taste
Saute separately beef and onions in
fat, and mushrooms in fat. Mix all in-
gredients together. Add 1/2 cup gravy
thickened with 2 tablespoons flour or
1 /3 cup beef stock thickened with 2
tablespoons flour.
Roll dough into a rectangle, arrange
the filling in the middle and pinch
together over the filling. Put on a
greased baking sheet so that part
pinched together is on bottom. Paint
with egg yolk and 1 tablespoon water,
and prick with a fork to permit steam
to escape. Bake in preheated 400 degree
oven until nice and brown.

PCASP Composes Plans
for Concert Evening

PGASP (Post Graduate Adas
Shalom Presents) will sponsor a
concert evening, featuring guitar-
ist Carl Bernstein and pianist Da-
vid Syme, 7:30 p. m. Wednesday
in the synagogue social hall.
A new culturally-oriented affili-
ate of Adas Shalom Synagogue,
PGASP holds programs for young
adults age 20-30. Refreshments
will be served, and non-members
are invited at a nominal charge.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, April 15, 1966-17

T B Grant

INCORPORATED

MISS MARIJANE LAZAR

Dr. and Mrs. Morton R. Lazar,
20543 Oldham, Southfield, an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter Marijane to Laurence J.
Schiff, son of Mr. and Mrs. Irving
Schiff of Findlay, 0.
,Miss Lazar is attending Eastern
Michigan University. Her fiance
is a student at the University of
Michigan.
A June wedding is planned.

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