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November 23, 1973 - Image 41

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-11-23

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Lemony Cake

New Imitation Cream Cheese Cuts
Calories From Holiday Desserts

By NORMA BARACH

(Copyright 1973, JTA, Inc.)

A simple-to-make cake with
lemony taste that needs no
Holiday dessert recipes
rosting is 'a good one to with cream cheese now will
erve with tea after a heavy contain a fraction of the cal-
neal.
ories, thanks to a new product
8-oz. tub of soft margarine (1/2
lb.)
from Kraft called "Philadel-
' stick of •margarine (at room phia Brand Imitation Cream
temperature )
Cheese."
t cups of sugar
large eggs
It has the familiar Phila-
, cups flour
delphia flavor but is lower
3 tsps. lemon extract
eqp of 7-Up.
in fat and higher in protein—

Aix all margarine and sugar
ntil very fluffy (about 5 min-
tes). Add eggs, flour and lemon
xtract. Mix in 7-Up by hand.
lake in a very well-greased
'undt pan at 325 degrees for
5-70 minutes.

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calories of regular cream
cheese. A 1-ounce serving
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It is certified "k" kosher.
Serving idea: Prepare a
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Cream Cheese, accompanied
by a crisp raw carrot and
celery sticks and cauliflower-
ets.

Brevities

TOMA SCHWARTZ, inter-
nationally renowned concert
pianist, will perform Franz
Litsz's Piano Concerto in A
Major as guest soloist at
Wayne State University's
Symphony Orchestra concert
at 8:30 p.m. Wednesday in
the Community Arts Audi-
torium. Admission is free and
the public is invited.
*
*
4: S
Orchard Mall will host an
To sweeten 1974 from the INTERNATIONAL ART
start, treat family and friends CARAVAN Monday through
to one or both of these des- Dec. 1, featuring the works
of 40 artists from the U.S.
serts:
and Canada. Works of art
RICH RUGELACH
suited for commercial build-
2 cups flour
1 /2 lb. Philadelphia Brand Cream
ings and for elegant settings
Cheese
will be featured.
V2 lb. butter

2 tbsp. cinnamon
6 tbsp. sugar
1/2 cup chopped walnuts
1/2 cup chopped raisins
'Mash together flour, cheese,
and butter, till well mixed. Wrap
in wax paper. Leave overnight in
refrigerator. Roll out dough on
floured board about 1/4 in. thick,
a little at a time. Cut in medium
round circles, rolling out each
once again. Fill each with spoon-
ful of mixture of sugar, cinna-
mon, nuts and raisins. Roll to-
gether like a jelly roll, then
curve into crescent shape. Bake
at 375° on ungreased cookie
sheet, till nicely browned. Sprin-
kle with powdered sugar when
cooled off.

CREAMY CHEESE CAKE
1 lb. Philadelphia Brand Cream

Cheese
3a package zwieback
4 tbsp. melted butter
8 tbsp. sugar
1 /2 cup sifted flour
1 tsp. vanilla
1/4 tsp. salt
1 tbsp. lemon juice
4 eggs, separated
1 cup heavy sweet (or sour)
cream
Crust:
Roll zwieback into
crumbs with rolling pin. Mix
with melted butter and 1 tblsp.
sugar to make crust. Press this
crumb mixture on bottom of
greased metal pan, 9 in. diam.
(Or this size spring form.)
Filling: Cream the cheese with
vanilla, flour, salt and 3 tbsp.
of the - sugar, till fluffy. Beat egg
yolks, add to cheese mix, beat
thoroughly. Blend in lemon juice,
then cream. Beat egg whites al-
most stiff, add rest of sugar,
beat stiff. Fold into cheese mix.
Pour filling into crust. Bake in
320° oven 1 1/2 hours till set in
center. Cool in open oven, then
refrigerate before serving. 12
good portions.

Pillar Rock Salmon
for Company, Solo

Pillar Rock quality Blue-
back red salmon can be
eaten right out of the can for
lunch—set on a bed of_salad
greens with perhaps a gar-
nish of lemon quarters.
But Pillar Rock red salmon
is good, too, in a fancy salad,
mousse, or baked dish.
Another way to serve Pillar
Rock is mixed in with
scrambled eggs—for a late
holiday breakfast or hearty
holiday brunch.
The high protein content
helps to satisfy nutrition
needs, but the low calorie
count, is also a dieter's de-
light.
It carries (U) kosher certi-
fication.

Freeze-Dried Maxim
Like Fresh Perked

For holiday guests who in-
sist they can't drink coffee

unless it's freshly perked,
there's freeze-dried Maxim
with the taste of fresh-brewed
percolator coffee.
Maxim is actually perco-
lated coffee that is fast-
frozen the instant it's fully
perked — The fresh coffee
flavor captured at its peak.
These chunks of freeze-dried-
coffee are "activated" the in-
stant boiling water is poured
over them.

From the hour that a man
thinks in his heart to com-
mit a sin, he is faithless to

God.—Vayikra Rabba.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, Nov. 23, 1973-41

ARTFORMS, a studio-art

gallery, will feature the ce-
ramic works of Paula Rosen-
sweet and Julie Walkosky in
"A Women's Touch in Ce-
ramics" beginning noon Dec.
2 at the gallery, 19443 Liv-
ernois. The show, which will
run through Jan. 1, also will
feature the works of more
than 80 Michigan artists, in-
cluding some Israeli graphic
artists. The public is invited.
The studio began with five
potters and a weaver includ-
ing Marcia Alpert, Marcia
Baum, Morris Last, Ruth
Laven and Eileen Wasser-
man. Recently, an apprentice-
ship program with Oak Park
High School students was
established.

p.m., Tuesday and Wednes-

Toy-Buying Spree
Annual Akiva Event

day in the lecture - theater
Akiva Hebrew Day School
hall on Third Ave. at W.
Warren Ave. on the Wayne PTA will sponsor its second
State campus. Admission is annual toy-buying event Sat.
7:30-10 p.m. at J-Kay Sales
free.
Co., 20235 Plymouth. Parents,
friends, neighbors and rela-
Pincus a Leader
tives are invited to buy bi-
of Young Task Force cycles, skates, sleds, dolls,
trucks, books, records and
Max Pincus, vice president other gifts.
of Hughes and Hatcher, has
After shopping, there will
been named a vice chairman
of the interim steering com- be a complimentary wine-
mittee to oversee a six-team and-cheese-tasting afterglow
Task Force which will aid at the Rohlik Auditorium of
Mayor-elect Coleman Young the United Hebrew Schools.
Sidney Hiller, president of
in the planning and organi-
zation of his administration. Shopping Center Markets,
Among the members of the will discuss wines. Rabbi Er-
task force teams are Joyce nest Greenfield will supply
Cohn, Robert Fenton and cheeses.
For information, call the
Sam Greenawalt, interim
steering committee; Paul program chairman, Mrs. Er-
Borman, city government win Posner, 557-1431.
and organization; Lois Pin-
cus, evaluation of operations
and personnel; Daniel
Cooper, recruitment; Susan
Cooper and Robert Fenton,
financial review and budget;

ERIC ROSENOW
and his.foRtinentak

Bernard Klein, co-chairman,
and Ernest Goodman, new
charter implementation; and
Mel Ravitz, co-chairman, and
Esther Shapiro, municipal

programs.

ABILITIES UNLIMITED
will meet 8 p.m. Dec. 3 at
the Southfield Civic Center.
Dr. William J. Nunez will be
presented with a grant for
his research of multiple scle-
rosis at the University of
Detroit.
* * *
Arthur Miller's drama
about the Salem witch trials,
"THE CRUCIBLE," which
was part of last season's Hil-
berry Theater repertory, will
reopen Thursday, with an
almost all-new cast.

JUILLIARD STRING
QUARTET wil lopen Oakland
University's 1973-1974 Recital
Series 8:30 p.m. Thursday ill
the university's Varner Re-
cital Hall. They will perform
the Quartet in G major (K,
387) by Mozart, Bartok's
Quartet No. 3, and the Quar-
tet in C minor, Opus 51, No.
1 by Brahms. Tickets are
available at Hudson's, Grin-
nell's, the Meadow Brook
box office. For information,
call the Meadow Brook box
office, 377-3300.
*
*
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German department will pre-
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