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September 02, 1966 - Image 21

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-09-02

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, September 2, 1966-21

Jewish Meals

`Holiday Mingle' to Draw Young Adults to Toledo

The Criterion Club of Detroit is
playing an active role at the "Holi-
day Mingle" convention of single
adults being held this weekend at
the Town House in Toledo, it is
reported by Sally Sidran, Criterion
Club president.
* * *
More than 200 delegates from
Detroit, Chicago, Toronto, Cleve-
land, Akron, Buffalo and Roches-
ter are attending the annual event.
The convention schedule in
eludes poolside entertainment, a
banquet and "state" ball Saturday
evening and a varied program of
social and cultural activities.
For information, call Bertha
Miller, secretary, KE 2-7870, or
Sally Sidran, 864-8641.

On Thursday, starting 8 p.m., the
Criterion Club will hold its first
open house of the season at the
Commonwealth Branch Bank meet-
ing hall, West 7 Mile Rd. at Mark
Twain.
The public is invited without
charge.
The social hour will be preceded
by entertainment, including can-
torials by George Weiner and a
.performance by the "Smile Blend-
ers," with comedian-ventriloquist-
folk-singer Willie Tyler and Lester.
Tyler has performed on the Dick
Clark show, at the Appolo Theater
in New York and is currently con-
cluding an engagement at the Up-
town • Theater, Philadelphia.

ROYAL KOSHER CATERING

Wishes a Very Happy New Year for All
Our Customers and Friends

We prepare for the Holidays for Carry-Out: Home Made Gefilte Fish,
Chopped Live, Chicken Soup with Kreplach or Matzo Balls, Breast
of Beef, Roast, Stuffed or Fried Chicken, Kishka and an assortment
of Cakes.

We operate the Cafeteria in the Jewish Community Center, 18100
Meyers corner Curtis.

OPEN: Daily 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.; Friday & Siinday 10 to 5

OUR NEW PHONE: 864-8177
PLEASE CALL IN ORDERS 1 WK. IN ADVANCE

The humble rice pudding of
lowly origin, but topped with the
right ingredients can become an
epicurean dessert and fit for the
rich man's table. Variations of this
popular dish, on the tables of
various races of the several con-
tinents, can be found everywhere.
Mandelbrot, as the name implies
reveals a Germanic origin but was
adopted by Jews and brought by
them into the Slavic countries dur-
ing their wanderings north and
eastward in the wake of the
marauding Crusaders. The recipe
here offered for Mandelbrot was
sent to me from a reader in Wor-
cester, Mass., and is one of her
family's favorites. I tried the re-
cipe and found it excellent.
The rice pudding here offered is
"Milhig" since it is made with
milk. The Mandelbrot can be either
parve, baked with a vegetable oil
or Milchig, if butter is used. Served
crisp and brittle with tea or cof-
fee or even wine for Simchas it
literally melts in your mouth.

By ROSALIND S. ZUNSER

(Copyright, 1966, JTA, inc.)

INCORPORATED

folding same into batter. Divide dough
or batter in half and bake in inch
box trays unbuttered in 350 degree oven
until toothpick inserted in middle
comes out clean. Remove from trays
slice 1/2 inch thick and brown in 400
degree oven. Remove from heat and
cool.
Rice Pudding
, -/2 cup rice
V2 teaspoon salt
11/4 cups water
3 cups hot milk
3 eggs well beaten
1 /3 cup sugar
2 tablespoons melted butter
Combine rice, salt and water in a
saucepan, let the water come to a boil,
stir once with a fork, cover closely and
cook on the lowest heat for 14 minutes.
Let stand while you heat milk and
combine with three well beaten eggs,
stirring constantly, add sugar and but-
ter and mix well; add rice and mix
again. Pour into a 2-quart casserole
sprinkle with cinnamon and 'place in
a pan containing two inches hot water.
Bake in a 325 degree oven until knife
inserted in center comes out clean.

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20010 James Cotrzen s Drive
Detroit 35, Michigan

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Phone:342-5666

HARVARD ROW
KOSHER MEATS & POULTRY, Inc.
WILL BE OPEN SUNDAY, SEPT. 4

Mandelbrot
4 eggs
1
cup sugar
1 cup margarine, butter or
6 tablespoons salad oil
2 1/2 cups sifted flour
1
teaspoon baking powder
1
teaspoon vanilla
1 cup almonds blanched and split
1 cup raisins
Chocolate chips or lemon chips
raisins.
Beat eggs until lemon colored add
sugar and beat again until ribbons are
formed when beater picked up. Sift
flour with baking powder. If using
butter clarify same. (Melt slowly, skim
and let stand until cool. Pour off but-
ter leaving milky sediment at bottom
of container-.) Add flour and baking
powder and vanilla, folding in flour
very slowly. Fold in nuts and raisins
or chips. Add butter or shortening last

FEATURING ALL CUTS OF
FRESH & FROZEN KOSHER MEATS & POULTRY

Specializing In: Tenderloin Cartwheels, Hamburger Patties (All Sizes),
Veal for Scalopini, and the New Harvard Roast.

WATCH FOR GRAND OPENING OF MALL
THURSDAY, SEPT. 8th!

21780 W. 11 MILE, SOUTHFIELD

CORNER LAHSER

WE DELIVER • EL 6-5110-1

John Katz, Irving Zaks, Sid Mirves, Proprietors

WE WILL BE OPEN MONDAY, LABOR DAY, SEPTEMBER 5th 'TILL 2 P.M.

EXTRA SUPER
SPECIAL!
CHICAGO BRAND
OR BEST 15

TM:

69`

Quaker Maid
ICE CREAM

79 5

Variety of Flavors

1/2-Gal.

COFFEE

TUNA

3 to n .. 95,

All Grinds

Solid Packed in Oil

1-lb. 69`
Can

No Coupon Needed!

WESLEY'S
FAMOUS

C arton

Fancy Albacore

White Meat

HOT DOGS
or KNOCKS

1-lb.
Cello
Pkg.

Maxwell
House

PILLAR ROCK

FAMOUS

HEINZ

MRS. ADLER'S

Vegetarian Style

White & Pike
Gefilte Fish
$r
Qt.
Jar

BAKED
BEANS

2

16-oz. 25`
Cans.

DARING

Rosh Hashana
Starts Sundown
Wed., Sept. 14
SUPER SPECIAL!

DISCOUNT DRUGS
1•• COUPON

Memorial
Glass Candles

2 for 25c

STOKELEY'S
FINEST

FRUIT
COCKTAIL

3

Cans
35c Each
Redeem Your
Newspaper Coupon
Now!

HEAD &
SHOULDERS

We Reserve
Right to Limit
Quantity.

PAW PAW
UNSWEETENED

GOLD'S
DELICIOUS

GRAPE
JUICE

(In Tube)

2.7 0..

BEET
BORSCHT

Reg. $1.10

3 2190..85c 2Qt. 55c

Btles.

A nc

Jars

DAIRY SPECIALS

AUSTRIAN ALPS

IMPORTED

GRUYERE
CHEESE

12 Port. 29
6-oz.
Pkg.

.

GRUYERE
CHEESE

4-oz.
Pkg.

PERT

TABLE
NAPKINS

5c

89`

HEADQUARTERS FOR PICNIC SUPPLIES
9" Size
gio Burning

Pkg. of 100

WHITE PAPER
PLATES

59.

PLASTIC CUPS

79e

37 ,

1-lb. Salted

Pkg.

CRAB
LEGS

12-oz.
Box

Pkg. of 100

CORN OIL
MARGARINE

READY COOKED
SAN JUAN
ALASKA KING

C

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2

LOW CAL or REG:

FAYGO
CANNED POP

12 ,,,,,:$100

BUTERFIELD-
WHOLE OR SLICED

SMALL
POTATOES

14a-nozs. 23`
C

ALCOA WRAP

ALUMINUM
FOIL

4

Reg $100

Even Heat

CHARCOAL
BRIQUETTES

Qt.

Can

c

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

SWIFT'S
GRADE "A"

ONION
RINGS

CORNISH
HENS

1-lb.
Box

69`

Ea.
1-lb.
8-oz.
Size

69`

ORE-IDA

CHOPPED •
ONIONS

12-oz.
Bag

15c

SEALD SWEET
GRADE "A"

ORANGE
JUICE

(The Real Thing)
35c Each

3

CARROTS

Bunches or
Cello Pkgs.

12.oz. $100
Cans

3

for

35c

SWEET AS HONEY!

GREEN, SOLID

GREEN, CRISP

HONEYDEWS

CABBAGE

Large Size

19 e a'

PASCAL
CELERY

39C ea.

4-6 lb. Average

*Produce Specials Good Friday, Saturday and Sunday



%ow,

lb.

Limit 1—Expires Sept. 8

EN



c ouPtAi



CREST TOOTH PASTE I

6.75 oz.

Reg.
9C
95
c
5

PRODUCE SPECIALS* '

SUGAR SWEET

20-lb. Q Qac
Bag

LIGHTER FLUID

MRS. PAUL'S
GOLDEN

I

.

FROZEN FOOD SPECIALS

WHITE OR PASTEL

Cello

NEW PRODUCT !
IMPORTED
AUSTRIAN ALPS
Smoked, Sliced

Giant Size

25` ea.

R

Limit 1—Expires Sept. .8
1• • MEM= NEI

COIU Poi* ,

LISTERINf

32 oz.

Reg. $11 36
$1.98

Limit 1—Expires Sept. 8

I MEI= In IN • I• 1• • •

DARING

DISCOUNT DRUGS

Next Door to
DEXTER DAVISON MARKET

Coolidge at 10 Mile

Lower Than Discount
on Prescriptions!

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