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January 29, 1971 - Image 18

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-01-29

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'Man Coohing

Oneg Group to Hear
Joshua Joyrich

The Oneg Shabat Group of the
Jewish Center will present Joshua
Joyrich 1:30 p.m. Feb. 6 at the
Center. He will lecture on ."Shabat
Observance — Its Traditional Ap-
proach."
Ruth Goldman, who directs com-
munity singing every Saturday, an-
nounces that Morris Becker will
lecture on the portion of the week
March 6, and Sarah Friedman will
discuss "Aspects of Yiddish Litera-
ture" April 3.

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A souffle has both a good and
bad reputation. It is famous for
being a heavenly light dish. It is
served in the most elegant restau-
rants, and is considered a "pres-
tige dish" for any hostess. Yet, at
the same time, a souffle is also
notorious for its naughty tendency
to flop. But, if you , prepare it the
right way, and serve it just as
it comes out of the oven, your
souffle will reward you with plea-
sure and compliments.
A souffle is basically made of
simple ingredients that are prob-
ably right now in your kitchen.
Preparation time is about 20 min-
utes and baking time 30 to 40
minutes. Please follow the recipe
very carefully and success will be
on your side.
The cheese souffle that you
find here can be the main dish
and center attraction. Serve also
a good green salad and (why
not?) a nice glass of wine. Fin-
ish up with strong coffee and
fruit.
For four servings:

S eggs
'4 tsp. cream of tartar
V. cup butter
3 this. flour
1 cup hot milk
3i cup grated bard cheese
.A2 tsp. salt
V. UP. white pepper
1. Butter a six-cup souffle dish.
Sprinkle It with one ibis. of the
grated cheese. Set aside. Heat the
oven to 400 degrees.
2. Separate the eggs. Put the whites
into a large bowl for whipping.
3. In a medium saucepan melt the
butter and add the flour. Stir
well and cook till the mixture
bubbles. Don't let it brown. Cook-
ing time — about two minutes.
4. Remove pan from flame. Add the
hot milk all at once. Stir vig-
orously so there will be no lumps.
Add the salt and pepper and con-
tinue stirring till the mixture is
smooth.
5. Return the pan to a medium
flame and cook about two min-
utes, stirring constantly. You will
have a very thick, but smooth
sauce. Remove from heat.
6. Add four egg yolks, one by one,
mixing well after each addition.
Add all but one this. of the cheese
to the sauce.
7. The whipped egg whites Is the
most important ingredient in a
successful souffle. Add cream
of tartar to the whites and start
beating slowly, and gradually in-
crease the speed. Whip only until
the whipped whites are stiff
enough to hold their shape and
they don't fall down when you
lift the beater. Don't over beat!
8. Fold very gently the whipped
whites into the sauce. Pour the
mixture into the prepared souffle
dish. Sprinkle with remaining- one
this. of cheese.
9. Place in the center of the heated
oven. Reduce the heat to 375 de-
grees. Bake for 30 minutes
without opening the oven_ To
test if it Is done, insert a tooth-
pick. If it comes out dry, the
dish is ready. If not, bake for
five more minutes.
10. When ready, serve immediately.
The souffle will stay puffed and
high for about five minutes after
it is taken out of the oven.

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Metropolitan Federal -Savings
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Mrs. Goldberg, manager of Met-
ropolitan Federal's Southfield
office, has been with the asso-
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were recorded at an all-time high
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• •
T h e ARTHUR MITCHELL
DANCE TREATER of HARLEM
makes its Detroit concert debut,
8:30 p.m., Feb. 12 at Ford Audi-
torium, sponsored by the Detroit
Metropolitan Dance Project and
the University of Detroit Town and
Gown Series.
As senior premier of the New
York City Ballet, Mitchell is the
first black dancer to become a prin-
cipal artist in a world famed bal-
let company.

Israeli-French Plans
for Widening Air
Pact Explored in Paris

PARIS (JTA)—Shimon Peres, Is-
raeli minister of transport, com-
munications and posts, met with
French Transport Minister Jean
Chamant to reportedly discuss cur-
rent plans for widening the Franco-
Israeli aeronautical agreement that
is up for renewal this year.

The pact provides for a pooling
of Paris-to-Tel Aviv flights by Air
France and El
and related ar-
rangements on transit and landing
rights.
Peres' visit here marks the first
Franco-Israeli contact at the minis-
terial level since Israeli Foreign
Minister Abbe Eban's visit in
August 1968.
Although Peres' meetings are of
a strictly technical nature, their
very existence indicates a definite

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improvement in the relations of the

two nations. Such meetings could
pot have been even considered in
the climate that existed up to a

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VERDI TOURING
OPERA COMPANY

Pays tribute to

DON FROHMAN

Singer - Composer - Conductor

The Verdi Touring Opera Company pays tribute to
Don Frohman on his 25th Season as leading baritone
with- the company.

Mr. Frohman, who has been singing the leading bari-
1 tone roles with the company for the past 25 years, is
not only the possessor of a beautiful velvet voice, but
an excellent singer of good taste and dramitic ability,
but his skillful musicianship and his fathomless musi-
cal knowledge has brought 'him praise from the entire
company, and for the past six seasons he has been ap-
pointed as the Conductor of the company.

We wish Mr. Frohman many years of good health and
guidance of this company, for we find- him to be as
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excellent and exciting a conductor as he is a singer.

The Verdi Touring Opera Company

ENZONO CARANO

impressorio_mid Managing Director

engage in world trade.

MIKVA ISRAEL and WOMEN'S ORTHODOX LEAGUE

announce their Annual 13anquel on Sunday, February 7, 1971 at Cong._Skaarey Shomaylm, 14200 W. Ten Mile Rd., at 6:30 p.m.

Guest Speaker-

RABBI BEREL WEIN

of Miami Beach, Fla.

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BUENOS AIRES (JTA)—Cairo's
diplomatic offensive intended to
promote Egypt's point of view in
the Middle East conflict, has
reached Buenos Aires, where a
five-man Egyptian mission,
headed by Minister, of State Hus-
sein Zulficar Sabri, held two days
of meetings with Argentine lead-
ers.
Argentina is one of the new

non-permanent members of the
UN Security Council. Sabri said
he found "much understanding"
of Egypt's position among Ar-
gentine leaders. He gala Egypt
would not extend the current
cease fire in the Suez Canal zone
because "It would meal. accept-
ing the occupation of our terri-
tory" by Israel.
He said, however, thit Egypt
will "maintain, for the time being,
a defensive position," indicating
that Egypt does not intend to re-
sume warfare when the cease fire
expires on Feb. 5.

Metropolitan Federal
Names 2 Asst. VPs

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Visit Argentina

Guest Artists

OR HAKESEF SINGERS

For reservations call Mrs. Meir Lieberson, 542-4834

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