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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-10-02

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Menu for Festive Rosh Hashana

NEW YEAR GREETINGS

FELD BRO
QUALITY MEATS

20233 W. 7 Mile Rd.

By RUTH SIRKIS

Betweet Kentifleld and Heyden

(Copyright 1979, JTA, Inc.)

KE 4-7522

We welcome a new year accord-
ing to our Jewish ways, values and
tradition. We welcome the new
year with inner search and evalua-
tion of our deeds during the pre-
vious one, and we pray for a better
and a happy new year. We ask for
health, better communication be-
tween people, and above all, we
pray for peace.

Open Sun. 9 am. to 6 p.m.
Daily 8 am, to 9 p.m.

Happy New Year

Lastar
ELECTRIC CO.

Electrical Contractors

15650 W. 10 Mile Road
Southfield, Mich.
353-7202

GREETINGS

PASTOR COMPANY

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-it

We like to celebrate our new
year in the closeness of our family
and friends. Therefore, Rosh
Hashana dinner is not just an-
other meal. It is an integral part
of the holiday. When planning
the menu, think about the social
psychological and sentimental
meaning that we attach to food.
We don't eat just to fulfill our
physical needs. When we are
gathered around the festive table
with friends and relatives, we ex-
oerience a strong feeling of be-
longing and fraternity. It is
especially true on Rosh Hashana.
On this holiday we renew once
again our ties with the Jewish
tradition and the Jewish nation.

accompany the youngsters for a
lifetime.
As you know, almost every dish
on the menu "tells a story" and
has its meaning and reason for
being there. Take time to explain
to the children or to guests why it
is customary to serve them.
Our menu is. composed of tradi-
tional elements and includes fish,
soup, beef with vegetables and car-
rot cake. When you serve the holi-
day's special dishes, you and your
family will feel that you are a part
of a chain that will never break.

1. Fish: served whole, with the head,
so that we may always be at the head
and not at the tall . . .
5. Golden chicken soup, with egg
noodles: so that we may have a golden
y ear . . .
3. Pot roasted beef with plenty of
vegetables (a- customary dish in some
Jewish communities) .. •
4. A plate with a big variety of fresh
vegetables: so that we may have a
year of abundance and plenUness .. .
5. A carrot torte: the golden color
of the cake, and its sweet taste sug-
gests many good wishes for the new
year.

And of course, don't forget the
Happy New Year to Our
sweet wine, the round challes, the
apples and the honey. All the
Friends and Patrons
recipes here are for 6 servings.
They are given from me to you,
along with my warmest wishes
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the most beautiful linen, china and TOVA!
BAKED
FISH
I silver you have. Light candles and 2 lbs. tisk (one whole
or two small
fish)
decorate the center piece with
2 tsp. salt
apples. Have dishes with honey
Best Wishes For The
54 tap. pepper
1 large onion
and sliced apples around them,
New Year
4 Map. on
and encourage everybody to dip
6 parsley sprigs--chopped
1 small can of tomato paste
the apples in the honey for a
1 tsp. garlic powder
sweet year. The festive, atmosphere
Juice of one lemon
that you will create on the eve
1 cup water
of the new year, will linger all oil. 1. Grease a baking dish with a little
year long. The memories of a close
2. Slice the onion and fry it tightly
skillet with the rest of the oil.
family around a holiday table will in 3. a Combine
the tomato paste with the
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4.
Clean
the fish and sprinkle with

salt
and
pepper.
Arrange in the baking
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:
• oil on the fish. Baste the_fish with

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Holiday Greetings

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the tomato mixture (if it is too thick,
dilute it with some water).
5. Mix the water with the lemon
juice and pour around the fish. Bake
in a 400-degree oven for 30 minutes with
a cover on the dish. Remove the cover
and bake another 20 minutes at 350
degrees.
• • •
GOLDEN CHICKEN SOUP
2 Ibs.chicken (or chicken's wings and
giblets)
1 lb. beef shin bones
4 carrots
1 large onion
Si celery root

1-small can of tomato paste
1 lb. carrots
The browning should take about 10-15
minutes, not less than 10. The meat
should be brown on all sides.
2. Slice the onion and add It to the
dutch-oven. Fry until It becomes golden.
Pour off some of the fat.
1 lb. potatoes
1 lb. green beans
1 pkg. frozen peas
1 pkg. frozen cauliflower
1. TI2 the meat so It will keep Its
shape while cooking. In a big dutch-
oven heat the oil and brown the meat.
3. Sprinkle with salt. pepper and the
flour, and add three cups of beef
stock tor water plus soup cubes). Add
the celery, bay leaf. parsley, garlic and
tomato paste. Bring to a boll and then
reduce the heat and let It simmer
gently for two hours, covered.
4. Clean and peel the carrots, pota-
toes and snip off the ends of the green
beans. Add them, in an organized way,
around the meat. Taste and add salt if
necessary. Let simmer for another fifty
minutes.
5. Before serving, discard the celery,
bay leaf and parsley. Taste again. Add
the frozen vegetables around the meat
and cook for seven minutes. Prepare a
warm big serving plate, take the meat
out, discard the tying strings, remove
some of the excess fat. Correct season-
Mg.
6. Put the meat in the center of the
serving plate and carefully arrange the
vegetables around the meat. Put the
sauce through a sieve Into a nice
saucer. The meat, surrounded by the
vegetables, makes a beautiful sample
of abundance.
• • •
FRESH VEGETABLE PLATE
6 lettuce leaves
3 medium tomatoes
2 cucumbers
6 radishes
6 small pickles
Black and green olives
Clean the lettuce, tomatoes and rad-
ishes. Peel the cucumbers. Slice toma-
toes, make "roses" from the radishes.
Slice cucumbers. On a chilled plate
arrange the lettuce, and on It arrange
all the other vegetables. Sprinkle with
salad dressing or with salt, oil and
lemon juice. Serve Immediately. This
plate will add color and beauty to the
table. It is a festive substitute for the
"everyday" tossed salad.

CARROT TORTE
5 medium carrots
6 eggs

1 tsp. grated orange rind (fresh)
1 tsp. orange liqueur (or brandy)
134 cups sugar

cups ground almonds (1-os. pkg.)
lt cup flour
1 tsp. baking powder

1. Pare the carrots, slice and cook
In one cup of water - till tender—about
15 minutes. Drain them and mash
through a sieve or In an electric
blender.
2. Beat the egg yolks in a bowl. Add

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2 Italian squash
2 tsp. salt
34 tsp. pepper
it cups water .
1. Clean the chicken and-bones, put
them in a large soup pot.
2. Clein and pare the vegetables.
Add to the pot. Add the water and
seasonings. Bring to a boll and then
lower the heat.
3. With a slotted spoon skim off the
foam and let the soup simmer gently
for one hour and a half to two hours.
4. Taste and add more salt and pep-
per if you feel It Is needed.. When the
soup Is done, take out the meat, bones
and vegetables. Pour it through a sieve
or colander so you will have clear soup.
5. Serve with egg noodles.

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Holiday Greetings

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HAPPY NEW YEAR

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whites. Fold very carefully but thor-

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POT ROASTED BEEF, WITH
VEGETABES
A or 5 lb. shoulder of beef
;4 cup of oil
I large onion
2 tblsp. flour
3 cups beer stork
2 tsp. salt
34 tsp. pepper
2 celery stalks
1 bay leaf
2 cloves of garlic
3 parsley sprigs

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egg whites into the other mixture, Re-
peat with another quarter. Then told

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spring-form pan.
3. Beat the egg whites until stiff but
not dry. Fold one-quartar of the beaten

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the sugar, beating until thick and light
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