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May 20, 1966 - Image 27

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-05-20

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Sh avuot Meals i3rcoRpy°rSigAhtLI1N9D66

According to Talmudic legend
the Torah is "as nutritious as milk
and as sweet as honey." Since
Shavuot commemorates the giv-
ing of the Torah by God to Moses,
the traditional dishes favored dur-
ing this holiday are "milhig" re-
pasts and honeyed desserts.
Since Shavuot was also the
harvest holiday in Israel, all man-
ner of greens are eaten to evoke
memories of the ancient proces-
sions of an agricultural people
who came down to Jerusalem —
whole tribes, clans and families of

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them, with carts piled high with
gifts of first fruits for the Temple.
These were called "Bikkurim."
It is still traditional on Sha-
vuot to read the Book of Ruth,
which holds deep meaning for the
Jews who identify with Ruth in
acceptance of the Torah.
In the ghettos of Eastern Eur-
ope, the home celebrations of Sha-
vuot featured dairy dishes served
in all manner of combinations—
blintzes, pot cheese and sour
cream, kreplach with cheese, stru-
del with cheese, raisins and cinna-
mon. The desserts mostly featured
honey. Honey cake was a great
favorite and would be served with
wine for the women and children
and with brandy for the sturdier
sex.
The clinking of glasses, the ex-
pression of good wishes, the
"L'haims" and the "Gut Yon-
teffs' that went with the "Lekach
un Branfen" resound in our mem-
ories. This is to be followed by the
Shavuot feast.

butter in a 6-inch skillet. pouring about
2 tablespoons of the batter into it,
tilting the pan to coat the bottom. As
soon as pancake sets, turn out on
board or cloth, browned side up. Make
rest of pancakes in same manner.
Spread 1 tablespoon of • the filling on
1 pancake, turn opposite sides in and
roll like a jelly roll. You can fry the
blintzes in butter or oil, (do not crowd
pan) or bake altogether in a greased
pan in a 425 degree oven until
browned. \i'hen frying, fry on both
sides. Let buter sizzle before putting
blintz in. Serve with sour cream.
Fillings: 11/2 lbs. pot or cottage cheese
or mixture of both, or may
add cream cheese and Farm-
er's cheese
1 egg
Sugar to taste
1 egg white
2 cups peeled, cored and
chopped apples
11/2 tablespoons ground
almonds
Sugar and cinnamon to taste
Raisins (optional)
1 tablespoon melted butter
If too loose add bread
crumbs
1 tablespoon melted butter
May add small can crushed pine-
apple to cheese filling, or 1 tablespoon
of jelly to cheese filling.
Honey Cake
4 eggs
1 cup--granulated sugar
1-% cups dark honey
1/2 cup strong black coffee
2 tablespoons cognac
4 tablespoons salad oil
Shavuot. Menu
3-1/2 cups sifted flour
Appetizer Platter: Herring, lox, black
1-1/2 teaspoons baking powder
celery
scallions,
(Maslines)
olives,
1 teaspoon baking soda
radish roses, bialis, bagel, onion rolls.
3 /4 teaspoon salt
Baked fish or Paprika carp
Schav
1/2 teaspoon ginger
Boiled or baked potatoes
-
?'$ teaspoon ground cloves
Lettuce, tomatoes, and cucumber
3 /1 cup chopped nuts, not too fine
salad with French dressing
1 cup blanched almonds to be put
Green beans
Asparagus
on top of cake at regular intervals
Honey Cake
Cheese Blintzes
Tea and coffee
Sift flour, baking powder, baking
soda and spices together. Beat eggs,
gradually add sugar and beat until
Blintzes
11/2 cups milk thick and fluffy. Beat in oil, honey,
Batter: 2 eggs
1 tablespoon melted coffee and cognac add flour mixture
1 cup flour
and chopped nuts.
butter
Butter 10x15 or 11x16 pan cover with
Beat eggs, milk and buter (melted)
together gradually add flour making a waxed paper, butter again lightly, add
batter like thin cream. Heat a little hatter, put halves of blanched al-

Marriages

RUBENSTEIN - FINKELSTEIN;
Joyce Ellen Finkelstein and Say'.
Michael Rubenstein were marri...d
in a candlelight ceremony at Tem-
ple Israel Wednesday evening.
The bride's parents are Dr. and
Mrs. M. B. Finkelstein of Bellwood
Dr., Southfield. The bridegroom,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Ruben-
stein of Indiana Ave., is a gradu-
ate of the University of Michigan's
Medical school and will serve his
internship at St. Joseph's Hospital
After a honeymoon in Jamaica, the
couple will make their home in
Ann Arbor.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, May 20, 1966-27

T H. Grant

MISS SANDRA SOHN

INCORPORATED

Mrs. Arthur G. Sohn of Chicago
announces the engagement of her
daughter Sandra to Jerold R. Jaffe,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Jaffe
of Ardmore Ave.
Miss Sohn, daughter of the late
Mr. Arthur Sohn, is now attending
the University of Illinois but will
be transferring to .Wayne State
University. Her fiance is a graduate
of Eastern Michigan University.
A S e pt ember wedding is
planned by the couple.

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monds on top of batter and bake in
325 degree oven about 1-1/4 hours or
until a toothpick comes out clean. Cool
on cake rack before removing from
pan.

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Shavuot Special!

SHAVUOT, EXTRA
SUPER SPECIAL!

Homemade Style

WHIR STAR

White Star

RASKIN'S
BLINTZES

All Flavors

69

` Doz.

Rich Creamy

SOUR CREAM

Pint 39C
Carton

Creamed

FARMER
CHEESE

29 ` lb.

Shavuot Special!
White Star, Dry

PRESSED
CHEESE

DARING

DISCOUNT DRUGS

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Ideal for Blintzes

POPULAR BRAND
CIGARETTES

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Right to Limit
Quantity.

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Limit 2—Expires May 26

Shavuot Special!

GREENFIELD
NOODLES

Wide, Medium, Fine

10_0z. 25,

Cello
Pkg.

Chicago Brand

Strictly Kosher

KISHKA

c lb.

A Real Taste Treat!

49

Maxwell House

COFFEE

Reg, Drip,
Fine Grind

1-lb.
Can

69`

No Coupon Needed!

ROYAL
Gelatin
Desserts

Roland

Imported

BONITO
FILLETS

Solid Packed
in Oil

4

3 43,..oz.89

Cans

All Flavors

3-oz.
Boxes

2 9C

Green Giant

SWEET
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MOTHPROOF SPRAY

1 4-oz.

Reg. 68C
$1.29

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DAIRY SPECIALS

Fairmont's

Creamed

Cottage
Cheese

1-lb. 19`
Carton

Fleischmann's

Gold's

Corn Oil

BEET
BORSCHT

MARGARINE

1-lb.
Pkg.

37`

JCIat . r 2 9 C

MOTT'S

Bennett's

Unsweetened

PRUNE
JUICE

HEINZ

Cream of

Fancy

APPLE SAUCE

Qt.
Btls. $100

3.oz,

35c each

J2a-lrbs.

69`

Mushroom

SOUP

4

1 OCl/a2n- osz

59c

Wishbone

Vita Brand

ITALIAN
DRESSING

Alaska King

12-oz.
BtI.

3 9'

CRAB MEAT

" b.

149

Pkg.

. Sealdsweet

Fancy Grade A

Orange
Juice

6 6-oz. $1 00

Cans

Delicious!
O'Boy Brand

STUFFED

29c

Reg. 39c

12-oz.
Pkg.

With Chives or
Cheese

1

Miller's
Pre-Cooked

POTATO
PANCAKES

111/2-oz. 29C
Pkg.

New froTIll
iwyGorton's

FISH
CAKES

4

Heat N' Eat

7-oz. $100
Pkgs.

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HEADQUARTERS FOR PICNIC SUPPLIES

9" Size Pkg. of 100

WHITE PAPER
PLATES

59c

100 Cold Drink
Quality

PAPER CUPS
79c

Slo Burning
Even Heat

CHARCOAL
BRIQUETTES

10-1b. C9c
bag a

CHARCOAL

LIGHTER FLUID

Qt. 2 cl ic
Can No -,/

30-7" WHITE PAPER CAKE PLATES . . . 25c

U. S. No. 1

California

NEW, LONG
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10

c
lbs. 69

U.S. Fancy
Tender

Sweet, Fresh
1st of Season

PEACHES

29 c lb.

Guard against
infection
from
28
infectious
bacteria

that may be present on the skin
when a minor cut, burn or

FROZEN FOOD SPECIALS

6

SWEET
CORN

Extra
Large
Ears

39'

*Produce Specials Good Friday, Saturday and Sunday

Green, Crisp
Solid

LE1TUCE

Large 24 Size

2

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Reg. $1.49

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