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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-06-18

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Best Foods Prints Cook Book

Taits Celebrate 50th

Mr. and Mrs. Murray
(Gertrude) Tait of Stratford
Ave. will be honored by
their children Saturday at
the Advance Nosherie on the
occasion of their 50th wed-
ding anniversary.

ENGLEWOOD CLIFFS,
N.J. — Best Foods, a divi-
sion of CPC International
Inc. has published a new
96-page book called 'Beyond
Chicken Soup" with recipes
for traditional Jewish foods,
baked goods, salads, casser-
oles and desserts.
For information on ob-
taining copies of the book-
let, write "Beyond Chicken
Soup," Dept. BCS-JP, Box
307, Coventry, Conn. 06238.
Following are some reci-
pes from "Beyond Chicken
Soup":
EGGPLANT 'DIP

programs ongoing at the
Center.
The Taits serve as counse-
lors at the Oakland Univer-
sity Continuum Center.
Mr. Tait has received the
Bnai Brith "Man of the
Year" award, "Happiness
Award" from the city of De-
troit and was president of
the UAW Northwest Citi-
zens Center, president of
Downtown-Fox Lodge of
Bnai Brith.

The Taits were married in
Detroit at the United He-
brew School Synagogue at
Philadelphia and Byron
Ayes. They have five chil-
dren and 14 grandchildren.
Mr. Tait retired from
Gold Star Products in
1967. He has since been'ac-
tive in the senior citizen
program at the UAW
Northwest Center and the
Jewish Community Cen-
ter. He was chairman of
the Center's senior adult
council and was instru-
mental in initiating many

Mrs. Tait has been an ac-
tive member of Israel Chap-
ter of Bnai Brith for the 1 eggplant (about 11/2 pounds)
past 18 years and its hospi- - 1/2 cup real mayonnaise
tal chairman. She led the 1 /2 small onion (optional)
chapter in 1961. She also is 1 small dill pickle
1/4 tsp. salt
precinct supervisor in the
election commission where 1/4 tsp. garlic salt
tsps. lemon juice
she has served for the past 2 2 hard
cooked eggs, chopped
25 years.
Bake eggplant in 400°F

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Puree in, blender until smooth.
Add real mayonnaise, onion,
dill pickle, salt, garlic salt
and lemon juice; blend just
until smooth. Stir egg into
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1 /4 cup fine dry bread crumbs
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2 carrots, finely shredded
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1/2 cup chopped raisins
1/2 cup finely chopped nuts
2 i sps. ground cinnamon
n bowl stir together mar-
ga-ine and cream cheese; beat
until smooth. Gradually add
flour and sour cream; beat
until well mixed. Cover; chill
overnight. In small bowl stir
together sugar, raisins, nuts
and cinnamon; set aside. Div-
ide dough into six pieces, form
into balls. On floured board or
pastry cloth roll each ball into
nine-inch circle. Cut each cir-
cle into 10 wedges. Place
heaping teaspoon of the sugar
mixture in center of each
wedge. Roll up each wedge
starting at the wide end.
Place on baking sheet. Bake
in 400°F oven 25 minutes or
until delicately browned.
Makes five dozen cookies.

Agnew and Jewish Unity

This striking
Bill Mauldin
cartoon of Spiro
ap-
Agnew
in
peared
Wednesday's
Detroit Free
Press, illustra-
ting a column
by Paul Ja-
cobs, who wrote
that anti-Semi-
tic statements
will strengthen
the unity of U.
S. Jews.

'A nd if my novel doesn't
My this one."

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"A Deli And Mort"

Chocolate Pie

By NORMA BARACH

(Copyright 1976, JTA, Inc.)

A nice treat for summer
is a frozen chocolate pie.
Serve it either for dessert or
as a snack. Remember that
the non-dairy whipped top-
ping is not pareve, unless
specifically marked.

6 oz. chocolate chips (use pure
chocolate, not chocolate fla-
vored
1/4 cup light corn syrup
1 /4 cup water
1/2 cup sugar
1 tsp. lemon juice
1 /4 cup water
1 egg white
1 tsp vanilla
1 9-oz. container non-dairy
whipped topping
1 tsp. rum extract
1 9-inch graham cracker crust
chopped walnuts
Melt chocolate chips, corn
syrup and 1/4 cup water slowly
to make a sauce. Stir and let
cool, then set aside. In an-
other bowl beat sugar, lemon
juice, 1/4 cup water, egg white
and vanilla at high speed for
five minutes. Add whipped
topping and beat until fairly
stiff. Fold '/2 cup of cooled
chocolate sauce into the
whipped mixture. Put one-
half of the chocolate-whipped
cream mixture into the crust.
Add 1 teaspoon of rum flavor
to the remaining cooled choco-
late sauce. Pour one-half of
this chocolate rum sauce mix-
ture on top of the chocolate-
whipped cream mixture, then
top with more chocolate-
whipped cream mixture and
then the remaining cooled
chocolate-rum sauce. Top
with chopped walnuts. Freeze
until firm, then wrap it well.

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