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October 30, 1970 - Image 29

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-10-30

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Single Adults to Meet,
Hear Dating Talk at Center

YOUR CANDID COLOR

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ALBUM
FINER
WINER

Laurie Fink of Companions Un-
limited will speak on "Dating
Services —. A Unique Approach"
during a general meeting of the
Jewish Center Single Adults 8:30
p.m. Tuesday at the Center.

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AND ASSOCIATES

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ERIC ROSENOW

AND HIS CONTINENTAL

CREAM FILLED CROWN
This "crown' can be served for
dessert or together with a cup of
coffee. It has the "Old World"
flavor, it is beautiful to look at,
very delicious, and quite easy to
execute. The "crown" is actually
a baked ring, and the dough Is
"cream-puff" dough. The filling in
this recipe is a creamy, satiny
and delicately flavored pudding.
MISS mom& SHERLINE
You could if you wish, fill it with
Mr. and Mrs. Howard A. Sher- sweetened whipped cream, ice-
line of Oak Dr. announce the en- cream (just before serving), or
gagement of their daughter Moira any other good filling.
The Dough
Lynn to Michael Aaron Sucher, son
Four eggs
of Mr. and Mrs. Harold M. Sucher 1 cup water
Vs cup margarine
of Lucerne Dr., Southfield.
Dash salt
Miss Sherline is a junior at 1 cup flour
a small pot heat the water and
Wayne State University's nursing 1. In
bring to a boiL Add the margarine
schooL Mr. Sucher received his
and heat till it dissolves. Turn off
the heat, add at once one cup of
bachelor of science degree from
flour. Stir briskly. Return to low
Wayne State University and attends
heat and continue stirring till the
dough forms a ball and leaves the
medical school there.
sides of the pot.
A June wedding is planned.

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Adela Kreisman to Be
Bride of Alvin Sterns

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2. Remove from the brat and put into
a larger bowL- Add the four eggs,
one by one, stirring firmly till the
eggs are completely incorporated in
the dough, and the dough is smooth.
3. Heat the oven to 400 degrees. Grease
a cookie sheet and dust it with
flour. Put a nine-Inch plate on the
sheet and with your finger trace
around the plate so you will have
a nine-inch circle. Take away the
Plate. and arrange the dough by
tablespoons around the circle. The
ring should be oneend.a-half inches
high and wide.
4. Bake in the hot oven for 40 minutes.
When ready, take out of the oven.
make some 10 small cuts around the
ring. (This will enable the steam to
escape.) Return to oven for an ad-
ditional 10 minutes. Turn off the
heat and keep the ring in the oven
for 20 minutes and leave the door
of the oven somewhat open. Take
out of the oven and let cool in the
kitchen. When cool, cut off the top
half with ■ sharp knife, scoop out
the soft dough and discard. Fill
with the filling and replace the top.
Sprinkle powdered sugar on top.
The Filling
Four egg yolks
Ys cup sugar
1 /4 cup flour
1 cup milk
1 tsp. vanilla
'4 cup Grand Marnler
, /2 pint whipping cream—whipped

MISS ADELA EREISMAN

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kreisman of
Sterling Ct., Oak Park, announce
the engagement of their daughter
Adele to Alvin Sterns, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Allen M. Sterns of Rose-
land Ave., Southfleld.
Miss Kreisman is attending the
college of nursing at Wayne State
University.
Mr. Sterns is a graduate of
Wayne State University's college
of education.
A December wedding is planned.

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A Halloween Happening
Set by Jewish Singles

A "Halloween Happening" party
will be presented 8:30 p.m. Sunday
by the Jewish Single Adults (age
25-40), now including the M&M
Singles, at the Tel-Twelve Mall
community room. There will be
prizes for the best costumes, al-
though costumes are optional.
There is a charge. For Information,
call Paula /dining, 272-0046.

L Whip the yolks with the sugar till
bright in color and thick. Add the
flour and beat together.
2. Boil the milk and add in a slow
stream to the eggs, while beating.
Put the mixture on a very low heat,
or on top of a double boiler. Bring
to a boll while stirring constantly.
The pudding will be ready when it
becomes thick and will bold its
shape. Beat in the vanilla and the
Grand Harnier. Strain into a bowl.
Cool in the refrigerator.
3. When cold, add the whipped cream.
folding it gently, and the filling is
ready for use .

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