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June 10, 1966 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-06-10

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JNF Plants Trees

Honoring Fathers

The Jewish Natioal Fund will
facilitate the planting of trees as a
tribute to Father on Father's Day,
which this year will be observed
Sunday, June 19. Appropriate cer-
tificates, bearing the names of
those honored (or memorialized)
and the names of the donors, will
be mailed to the fathers honored,

or to the relatives of fathers whose
memory will be eternalized
through the planting of the trees.
Certificates for trees, planted at
$2. each, can now be ordered from
the Jewish National Fund office,
UN. 4-2767, or through JNF tree
chairmen of affiliated organiza-
tions. Father's Day trees may be
planted in the John F. Kennedy
Peace Forest, which will be dedi-
cated July 4. The JNF office, 18414
Wyoming, will be open Sunday,
June 19 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. for
the convenience of those who may
want to pick up a Father's Day
Certificate on their way to visit
with their Fathers.

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They Are Now Supervising the

JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER SNACK BAR

Meyers

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SERVING KOSHER HOME-MADE FOODS

Under the Supervision of the Council
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Specializing in:

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IN YOUR SYNAGOGUE, HALL OR HOME.

For Information Call

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Residence:
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Jewish Meals

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, June 10, 1966-23

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

Asparagus was brought to this cooked, grilled, baked, fried, used
country from Europe where it has in salads, etc.
grown in abundance. On the waste
Asparagus
Wash asparagus in cold water, snap
Steppes of Russia it is so common
off hard part of stalks and keep for
that cattle graze on it. Its origin soup. Put upright in lower half of
boiler in 1/2 cup boiling water
was in Italy, as the eggplant was double
with 1,,, teaspoon salt, cover with in-
born in India; the bean Greek; the verted 2 other
half. Cook covered 12 to
lentil Egyptian; the potato Peru- 15 minutes or until barely tender. The
steam will cook the tips. If more con-
vian and the tomato Spanish.
venient use a heavy skillet with tight
Asparagus was at one time be- fitting cover. Drain well, using the
for soup. Pour lemon "butter"
lieved to have many medicinal liquor
over tips using 3 tablespoons melted
qualities—hence its great popu- margarine to one tablespoon lemon
or 3 tablespoons of mayonnaise,
larity. Madam du Barry was so juice
one of water heatea slowly with one
fond of it, that her royal lover, tablespoon of lemon juice, or cup
of bread crumbs sauteed in 1/2 cup of
King Louis XV ordered his chef margarine.
May use cold as a salad with
to concoct a special dish. He came a vinaigrette dressing and let stand at
one hour, turning the asparagus
tin with Asparagus Tips Omelet. least
during that period.
He had the advantage of obtaining
Vinaigrette Sauce
his asparagus from nearby Argen-
cup olive (or salad) oil
1/6 cup lemon juice or vinegar
teuil, said to be the world's finest. 1/2
teaspoon dry mustard
The eggplant, known by a variety 1 teaspoon finely chopped pickles
1
tablespoon
chopped capers
of names, is even older. Its use in Salt and pepper
to taste
India and China date back at least 1/2 teaspoon chopped parsley
1,500 years. In India, its country Combine all ingredients well and chill.
Eggplant
of origin, it is still grown wild.
Place one eggplant over flame of
Caravans carried it across to Eu- stove, when black turn until black or
all over and soft. Cool. Peel.
rope along with its spices and charred
Mash pulp with fork and add one
rubies. All through the Near East medium onion finely minced. Add salt
and pepper to taste, juice of one half
eggplant is a blessing to local lemon
(or vinegar) and oil (or mayon-
cooks no matter what the season. naise) to taste. Serve cold as appetizer.
In the early days of Israel, when
JACK MADDEN, one-time or-
food was scarce and everyone prac-
ticed "Zena" (austerity) the low- chestra leader and for the past 19
ly eggplant or Hazil, as it was call- years musical director of Wind-
ed there, was plentiful and a life- sor's Elmwood Casino, has enter-
saver. No housewife was worth her ed a new line. He has now be-
salt unless she could concoct half come a popular speaker, especially
a hundred dishes using eggplant at sales meetings. He illustrates
as "Ersatz." It is rich in minerals each salesmanship point with a
and was therefore a great favo- comedy routine. Madden can be
rite in the Kibbutzim. It can be reached at 969-1634.

Jewish Community
Publishes Data on
Spanish Jewry

MADRID (JTA) — The Jewish
population in Spain now totals
7,000, according to estimates re-
leased by. leaders of the Spanish
Jewish community. About. 3,000
Jews live in Madrid, another 3,000
in Barcelona and most of the re-
maining 1,000 in Valencia and Mal-
aga. The bulk of Spanish Jewry
consists of European Jews who
found refuge there during the
Nazi era and Sephardic Jews from
Spanish Morocco.

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