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October 22, 1976 - Image 37

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-10-22

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

R- Women's Club

(Continued from Page 36)
MAIMONIDES WO-
• MEN'S AUXILIARY will
meet noon Tuesday at the
Troy Hilton Inn. Lunc-
heon will be served and
• the speaker will be Molly
Abraham, restaurant cri-
tic for the Detroit News.
Guests and non-luncheon

- embers are invited.
sere is a charge.
* * *
BUSINESS AND PRO-
FESSIONAL CHAPTER,
Women's American ORT,
will have an open mem-
bership tea, 2-4 p.m. Sun-
day at the home of Mrs.
Sherman Nacmani, 17342
Jeanette, Southfield.
Kitty Wagner, beauty
consultant, will be guest
speaker. Guests are in-
vited. For information,
call Mrs. Nacmani, 559-
6225; or Mrs. Charles
Stein, 559-1468.
* * *
ACHIEZER will meet
8:30 p.m. Thursday in the
home of Mrs. Rita
Schreiber, 17266 Sher-
villa, Southfield. Co-
hostesses are Bina
Wagner and Rina
Ehrlich. A film will be
shown and a boutique gift
selection will be featured.
( Guests are welcome.
* * *
DETROIT WOMEN OF
ALPHA OMEGA will hold
their annual membership
tea to honor new mem-
bers noon Tuesday at the
home of Mrs. Ben Wein-
berg, 3570 Walbi Dr.,
Bloomfield Hills.
* * *
SOUTHWOODS CHAP-
TER, Women's American
- ORT, will hold a garage
sale 10 a.m.-4 p.m. today
through Sunday at the
home of Edie Zeldes,
30109 Woodhaven Ln.,
• Southfield. Southwoods
will also have its used
book sale Dec. 1-3 at Har-
vard Row Mall. To have
donated books picked up,
call Gerry Binder, 358-
1277, afternoons.
* * *
NORTHWEST CHILD
RESCUE WOMEN will
have a luncheon meeting
11:30 a.m. Thursday in

the home of Eva Wolf,
15301 Oakwood, Oak
Park. Results will be
given on the cannister
drive and games night.
Arrangements are being
made for the Nov. 11
luncheon at Knob Woods
Apts. club house where
Mrs. Wylan Shane, presi-
dent of National Mizrachi
Women, will. speak.
* * *
JEWISH WOMEN
EUROPEAN WELFARE
ORGANIZATION
will
meet noon Monday at the
home of Ann Barkles,
20565 Patton, Detroit. Re-
freshments will be
served.
* * *
DAVID-HORODOKER
WOMEN'S ORGANIZA-
TION will meet noon
Tuesday at the home of
Mrs. A. Kogan, 35342 W.
Montmartre, Oak Park.
The organization's donor
luncheon will be held
noon Nov. 2 at Cong. Beth
Achim social hall. Mrs.
Bernard Chase will be
chairman of the day.
Guest artists Freda Men-
delson and Shelly Lakin
will present a musical
program. For tickets, call
Mrs. Harry Schectter,
557-6674.
* * *
HELEN ROSENBERG
CANCER FIGHTERS,
City of Hope, will have a
paid-up membership
luncheon, noon Monday
at the Raleigh House.
Dues may be paid at the
door. Harriet Berg's Fes-
tival Dancers will enter-
tain.

Linda Schwartz
Wed in Temple

Cheese History, Recipes Found in New Knopf-Published Volume

Cheese is the univer-
sally loved food, yet few
are aware that it has a
4,000-year-old history.
Cheese and wine, the
food with many ways of
delighting the gourmet, is
a source of pleasure. That
is especially attainable in
a volume filled with his-
toric delineations, fas-
cinating backgrounds,
legendary and realistic
themes.
Evan Jones enriches the
cheese story in "The
World of Cheese," a de-
finitive, historic, descrip-
tive, recipe-filled Knopf
volume.
How to serve, the wines
to be used to add to the
glory of delightful taste,
receipe expertise —Jones
packs them in with an en-
viable knowledge. Among
the recipes he includes,
are:

BAKED OKRA

1 lb. fresh okra

Yeshivah Women
to Hold Luncheon

Ladies of Yeshivath
Beth Ye- hudah and Wo-
men's Sabbath League
will hold their annual
donor luncheon noon
Wednesday at Cong.
Dovid Ben Nuchim.
The luncheon is spon-
sored by Mrs. Norman
Cottler, and chairman of
the day is Mrs. Joshua
Sperka. Invocation will
be given by Bertha Spil-
man. Donor chairman is
Jean Kaplan; co-
chairman, Clara Stul-
berg..
Ticket chairman is Syl-
via Hausman; co-
chairman, Helen Mertz.
Fund raising is headed by
Tillie Epstein and Ruth
Stark. Hostesses are Fr-
ances Cutler and Becky
Cohen.
Cantor Shabtai Acker-
man of Cong. Beth
Abraham-Hillel and Can-
tor Louis Klein of Cong.
Bnai Moshe, accom-
panied by Eric Rosenow,
will perform. Mrs. Leo
Laufer, president, invites
friends.

2 cups cherry tomatoes
4 chopped scallions
1 /2 cup chopped green pepper
3 cups semisoft cheese, diced
1 cup cream-style corn
salt and freshly ground pepper

Cut tops and tails off okra, and
split cherry tomatoes. In a but-
tered 2-quart casserole make a
layer of half the tomatoes, then
half the okra. Sprinkle with some
scallions and green pepper, then
add half the corn and cheese. Sea-
son to taste. Repeat with another
layer until everything is used up,
ending with cheese. Bake in a 350
degree oven for about 45 min-
utes.

* * *

ALIGOT

There are dozens of re-
cipes for accenting
potatoes with cheese, of
which a number come
from France. This one,
known in patois as
l'aligot, comes from the
Auvergne in southwest
France and has been cal-
led an "exquisite" blend-
ing of potatoes and fresh
cheese by the gastronom-
ical experts Gault and
Millau. Elizabeth David,
writing of French provin-
cial food, gives a recipe
she discovered at the
small town of En-
traygues, in which she
substituted Caerphilly
when she made the dish
in England. In this coun-
try the grainy-textured
Farmer Cheese made in
New York is a good, fast-
blending choice. A dry,

IENGAG EDTh

2 lbs. potatoes
7 1/2-oz. pkg. fresh Farmer Cheese
3-4 tbp. butter
1 cup cream
1 clove garlic, minced
salt
freshly ground white pepper
minced parsley

Cook potatoes in boiling water
until tender, then peel and put
through a sieve or ricer. Mean-
while bring cheese to room temp-
erature. Put butter and cream in a
large saucepan and heat gradu-
ally until butter is melted. Stir in
garlic. Blend potatoes into the hot
cream, then add the cheese in
small dollops, stirring the mixture

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Friday, Oct. 29. How-
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32nd FALL FUR
PRESENTATION

MRS. KAPLOE

Mr. and Mrs. Milton
Klein of Oak Park an-
nounce the engagement
of their daughter, Rose-
lyn Carol, to Martin
Reisig, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Louis Reisig of
Southfield.
Mr. Reisig is a graduate
of the University of
Michigan.
A February wedding is
planned.

with a whisk until all is well
amalgamated. Season to taste.
Transfer quickly to a hot serving
dish, sprinkle with minced
parsley, and serve immediately.

close-packed
Ricotta
might also be used. (This
mixture also makes won-
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MISS KLEIN

Friday, October 22, 1976 37

Linda Susan Schwartz
became the bride of Mark
Douglas Kaploe in a re-
cent ceremony at Temple
Emanu-El. Rabbi Milton
Rosenbaum officiated.
The bride is the daugh-
ter of Dr. and Mrs. Ralph
Schwartz of Riverview
Dr., Southfield. Parents
of the bridegroom are Mr.
and Mrs. Albert Kaploe of
Briar Dr., Oak Park.
Cheryl Schwartz was
her sister's maid of honor.
Bridesmaids were Judith
Ressler and Janet Epstein
of York, Pa.
Edward Pitz was best
man. Ushers were Craig
Schwartz, brother of the
bride, and Michael Gor-
.don.
Following a honeymoon
in Hawaii and Las Vegas,
the couple is living in
Southfield.

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