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April 14, 1967 - Image 24

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-04-14

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RASKIN FOOD CO.
frrish all their Friends, Relatives and Customers

Passover
Meals

HARRY, LEONARD and LARRY WARSH

and Families

Distributors of the Following

PASSOVER FOOD

•••••••

Joyous and Festive Passover

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Kosher for Passover From

UNITED BAKING CO.

Again in . the

Holiday Tradition

Brings . You

Quality Baked Goods

Strictly Kosher for Passover

Which matzo for Passover?

HANFORDS BUTTER IS

STRICTLY KOSHER FOR PASSOVER

AND YEAR 'ROUND USE

• HORSERADISH
• PICKLES
• SAUER KRAUT
• DELUXE
• TOMATOES

Something to Rave About

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Egg Matzos: with plenty of eggs and a hint of apple cider flavor.

DAISY

BRAND

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KOSHER for PASSOVER

BY ROSALIND S. ZUNSER

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

Passover, the Hebrew Spring
Festival is celebrated by Jews, in
commemoration of their exodus
from Egypt, by a family feast in
the home and by abstaining from
leaven during the seven days of
the feast. In memory of this, the
ancient Israelites were for all time
enjoined to eat unleavened bread
(matzo) for seven days. This fam-
ily ceremonial is still kept on
and has gradually, over the cen-
turies, developed into a special
ritual which has been retained
and revered by Jews up to the
present day.

The paschal lamb is no longer
eaten (except by Samaritans) —
conditions of life in the Diaspora
made this impossible — but is now
represented by the shank bone
of a lamb, or even the neck bone
of a chicken. matzot, bitter herbs
and charoset are eaten; 4 cups of
wine are drunk before and during
the repast; and psalms are chanted.
The service, set forth in the Hag-
gada, includes a description of the
exodus, with a running commen-
tary, and is begun by the youngest
child of the house asking the father,
who presides over the festivities,
four questions, with the father
answering and giving the reason
for the differences in the Passover
custom from those prevailing the
rest of the year.

All through the ritual, the father
stresses the fact that the celebra-
tion centers around the children.
Songs are chanted, amusing leg-
ends are retold to keep their in-
terest, and they are exhorted not
to break a custom that has en-
dured for three and a half millenia
and to continue it in their genera-
tion.

Hope in the future and ulti-
mate redemption are symbolized
by the token appearance of Elijah
the Prophet, for whom a wine-
cup is filled and for whose usher-
ing-in a child has opened the door
with awe and reverence.

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CREAM
CHEESE

STRICTEST

RABBINICAL

Round Tea Matzos: in a brand-new attractive package!

S CO "C.7 R
CREAM

APPROVED
CHICAGO
RABBINICAL
COUNCIL

SUPERVISION

After the festive meal, there is
the redemption of the hidden Afiko-
men, the singing of "Adir Hoo,"
(1 know the meaning of One) and
ending with Had Gadyo "An only
kid" and thus, far into the night
and to be remembered and cher-
ished by the child the rest of his
life.

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Seder Ceremony

Salt water
Karpas (celery, parsley)
Harose
Matzot •
Morrer (Bitter herbs)
Hard Cooked Eggs
Zeros (roasted shank bone of
a lamb or neck bone of a
chicken, roasted)

Wine

Seder Menu

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SWEET
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Square Matzos: crisp, baked through and through!
Lciok. for the 5 Pound Package. Each pound individu-
e) '...-ed to preserve freshness.

Goodman's bakes all 3

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allarn 14. 1967

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

KOSHER
for
PASSOVER

NATIONAL CHEESE CO.

644 WEST RANDOLPH STREET, CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 60606 • STATE 2-8462

Gefilte fish
Beet Flavored Horseradish
Chicken Soup with Knaidiakh
(Matzo Balls)
Roast Turkey with Raisin Stuffing
asparagus Lettuce
Honeyed Carrots
Almond Torte
Tossed Salad
Tea and Lemon—Black Coffee

• SALAMI
• CORNED BEEF
• PASTRAMI
• FRANKS
• BOLOGNA
• TONGUE
• LIVER SAUSAGE
• KISHKA

Raisin Stuffing for Turkey (12 lbs.)

Put a peeled apple in turkey or 6 or
7 prunes (tor flavoring of meat of
turkey).
7 cups farfel
6 tablespoons fat (chicken)
1 onion, minced
1 cup diced celery
.2 cup raisins
1 egg
1 cup chicken broth or water
2 teaspoons salt, 1 teaspoon pepper .
Saute onion and celery in chicken fat.
Rinse and drain raisins. Pour over
matzo farfel cold broth or water
which will be absorbed by added egg
well beaten, seasonings. Combine and
toss lightly,

Almond Torte
, 2 lb. shelled almonds, ground
7 egg yolks

I

cup sugar
Rind and juice 1 lemon
teaspoon salt
7 egg whites
Beat egg yolks with
cup sugar
until thick, add rind and juice of
lemon, add ground almonds. Beat egg
whites stiff, but not dry, add 1/4 cup
sugar and 1/4 teaspoon salt and con-
tinue to beat until stiff. Fold into above
mixture. Bake In a 10.inch spring form
in a 350 degree oven about 1 hour.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, April 14, 1967-25

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