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22—Friday, December 2, 1966

Jewish Meals

Our mothers and grandmothers
brought with them recipes for essig
fleish, but it was here, in America,
that they learned about Sauer-
braten from their German neigh-
bors and proceeded to adapt this
succulent dish to their kosher
cuisine. This dish may be served
with stewed red cabbage and potato
latkes or potato pudding or noodle
kugel.

Sauerbraten
4 lbs. brisket or chuck
1 teaspoon salt
1 cup water
1 cup cider vinegar
2 thin slices lemon
2 bay leaves
1/4 teaspoon peppercorn
1 clove minced garlic
1 /4 cup brown sugar (well packed)
2 large onions sliced thin
1 cup tomato sauce
4 gingersnaps
Bring to a boil marinade of water,
vinegar, lemon slices, salt, spices,
minced garlic and sugar. While mari-
nade is still hot pour over meat which
has 'been put in a casserole or crock
cover and refrigerate 2 days or over-
night. Remove meat, reserving mari-
nade, dry and brown meat well in a
little fat. Remove add sliced onions
and saute until translucent. Add meat
and tomato sauce and about 1/2 cup of
marinade in which meat soaked. Cover
and stew gently about 3 hours adding
marinade, a little at a time as needed.
When meat tender thicken gravy with
gingersnaps and cook smooth.
Noodle Kugel
yi lb. noodles thin, medium or broad
4 tablespoons melted chicken fat
V4 teaspoon salt
2 large apples, peeled, cored and
grated on large grater or 1 cup
drained crushed pineapple or 2 cups
stewed prunes pitted and cut into
small pieces
3 eggs separated
4 tablespoons sugar
1 teaspoon lemon juice
1 teaspoon grated lemon rind
Boil noodles as directed on package,
add egg yolks, salt, sugar, melted fat,
;quit, lemon juice and rind and mix
well. Fold in egg whites beaten stiff
but not dry and bake in greased bak-
ing dish in a 400 degree oven about 40
minutes.

* *
Hanuka the eight day Feast of
Lights celebrates the final triumph
of Judas Maccabeus over the
Greek Syrians pagans under Anti-
ochus who had desecrated the Tem-
ple. Hanuka begins on the 25th day
of - _Kislev and commemorates the

So
You'll Say
eeslimakstei

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

By ROSALIND S. ZUNSER

(Copyright, 1966,

JTA, Inc.)

Mrs. Irvin Hermanoff
Re-Elected at Shapero
School of Nursing

Schaver-Milikowsky
V OW S Bring Israel
Leaders' Greetings

Rovner - Lachowitcher Aid Soci-
ety's annual banquet and Hanuka
Mrs. Irvin Hermanoff led a slate dance will be held 6 p.m. Dec. 11
of officers recently re-elected at at Mayfair Caterers. The candle
the annual meeting of the board of lighting and community singing
trustees of Shapero School of Nurs- will be led by Joe Siegal.
ing..
Toastmaster Abe Saginaw will
With Mrs. Hermanoff, president, introduce Philip Levine, banquet
are Dr. Gertrude Gass, vice presi- chairman; and Siegal, journal sec-
dent; Mrs. Alan Schwartz, record- retary. Members and their families
ing secretary; and Mrs. Herbert will be greeted by the new presi-
Blumberg, corresponding secretary. dent, Isaac Gruskin, and vice pres-
Mrs. Blumberg, Mildred Gott- ident, Jacob Gubow.
dank, Mrs. Lawrence Michelson,
Mrs. Milton Maddin and Mrs. Emil
Rothman were reappointed for
tine Stein Way
-the-
-
three-year terms on the board. Mrs.
Bertha Robinson was newly elected
STEIN
to a three-year term, and Mrs.
_& ORCHESTRA .
Tubie Resnik and Mrs. Isadore
Winkelman were appointed to two-
year unexpired terms.

cleaning and reconsecration of the

Temple in 165 B.C.E.
What this holiday meant to the
children of the "Shtetl" was best
described by Sholem Aleichem in
his stories. For eight whole days
there was no going to the Heder
(Hebrew school), the distribution
of Hanuka Belt; the daily consump-
tion of hot latkes — potato pan-
cakes fried in schmaltz and the
constant visitation to the home of
one's kin where each child re-
ceived the gift of money. The day
usually ended with the spinning of
the dreidel, a four sided leaden
top wth Hebrew letters, one on
each side of the rectangular top
carrying the message "A Great
Miracle Happened Here." Hanuka
called for a festive meal particu-
larly the fifth night at the burn-
ing of the fifth candle.

Fifth Candle Dinner
Celery
Green onions
Hot Petcha Soup
Broiled Romanian Carnatzlaeh
Potato Latkes
Apple Sauce mixed with
can of Crushed Pineapple
Hanuka Cookies
Tea
Potato Latkes
6 large potatoes
3 Tablespoons flour
3 eggs
1 teaspoon salt
1 ,-4 teaspoon pepper
1 onion grated
Pate and grate potatoes; squeeze out
liquid and reserve; cover grated po-
tatoes with flour to prevent potatoes
from darkening; add eggs, salt and
pepper and grated onion. Spill out re-
served liquid and add starch at the
bottom to better (to hold pancakes
together better) and mix altogether
well. Drop by spoonful into hot fat
and brown well on both sides. Drain on
absorbent paper. Serve with apple
sauce mixed with crushed pineapple.
Serves five.
Hanuka Cookies
1/2 cup kosher vegetable shortening
1 cup sugar
1 egg
1 ,4 cup orange juice
21/2 cups flour
2 teaspoons baking powder
Cream the vegetable shortening and
sugar. Mix baking powder and flour
together. Add egg to shortening mixture
and mix well add flour and orange juice
alternately mixing between each addi-
tion and mix well. If dough does not
roll easily add more flour. Roll and cut
out as desired. Bake in 375 degrees oven
about 10 minutes. Makes about 3 dozen
cookies.

Radishes

Pioneer Women to Hear
Report on Israel From
Returning President

Rovner-Lachowitcher Sets
Banquet-Dance Dec. 11

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Two generations of ties between development of the diamond in-
Detroit and Israel and the Zionist dustry, was one of the first Jews
movement were in evidence at the to become a senator in the Union
wedding of Isaac Schaver, son of of South Africa.
Mrs. Emma Schaver of Ingleside
Dr., Southfield, and the late Mor-
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rael's notables sent messages of
greeting to the Schavers. They
included the president of Israel,
Zalman Shazar, and Mrs. Sha
zar; Foreign Minister and Mrs.
Abba Eban of Israel; Israel's
Minister of Finance Pinlias Sa-
pir; Dr. Eliahu Elath, president
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of others who head major insti-
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Mrs. Sam Fishman, president of
the Detroit Council of Pioneer
Women, will be featured speaker
at the council's annual donor
luncheon Dec. 14 at Masonic
Temple.
There was a special message
Mrs. Fishman has just returned
from Israel, where she visited from the Lubavitcher Rebbe, read
the homes and installations of at the dinner by Rabbi Aaron Ka-
Moetzet Hapoalot, Pioneer Women's zarnowsky.
Isaac Stern, president of the
sister organization in Israel. She
will give her impression of the American-Israel Cultural Founda-
country and of work done by tion, and Mrs. Stern were among
Pioneer Women here.
the American leaders who sent
Mrs. Fishman was chosen by messages.
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