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April 14, 1978 - Image 29

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-04-14

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Joyce Esersky Goldstein the California Street Cook- recommends "Feedback" for
has a sense of the sensa- ing School, offers workshops those "who are overweight,
tional in dealing with cook- . in kitchen consciousness at underweight, hate to cook,
ing and the kitchen. The the University of Califor- love to cook, and who want
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very title of her book, nia, and was a food colum-
"Feedback" (Richard Marek nist for Rolling Stone - fulfilling life."
Ms. Goldstein's "Feed-
Publishers) creates a spe- 'Magazine, demonstrates
cial interest in a book that that cooking can increase back" is not a Jewish cook-
introduces cooking as a awareness, relaxation, and book. But it has many re-
self-help method. She treats better communication with cipes that will be found use-
the self and those who eat ful in accordance with
the kitchen as therapy.
The author, who directs the food. "What is really strictly kosher dietary laws
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JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Women who wish to be
exempted from military
service will find it easier to
do so under a new bill pas-
sed on first reading in the
Knesset.
The bill abolishes the
exemption committee
which until now inter-
viewed women who applied
for religious deferments to
determine whether they
were observant.
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woman will only have to de-
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convictions or her family's
way of life preclude her from
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The bill was referred to
the Knesset Security and
Foreign Affairs Committee
by a vote of 41-37. Democra-
tic Movement for Change
(DMC) ICnessetere, includ-
ing Justice Minister
Shmuel Tamir, voted
against the bill, along with
the Labor Alignment oppos-
ition which led the attack.
A bill becomes law
after approval on the
third reading.
Former Education
Minister Aharon Yadlin
said that "an automatic
exemption is a national
scandal. Religion will be-
come a cover for staying
out of a national duty."
Rabbi Kalman
But
Kahana of Poalei Agudath
Israel argued that in the
early days of the state of the
Orthodox had been prom-
ised there would be separate
army camps for men and
women but that it was never
implemented. He suggested
that for those military tasks
for which women are suited
they should do as civilians.

Housing Unit
for Elderly Begun

MONTREAL (JTA) —
Work is under way on a sec-
ond phase of the Harry
Bronfman Square, a low-
rental housing development
for senior adults, under
sponsorship of the Allied
Jewish Community Ser-
vices.
development,
The
scheduled for occupancy in
the spring of 1979, will ac-
commodate 200 residents in
164 single apartment units
and 19 doubles.

Popular Franc

TEL AVIV (ZINS) — Re-
laxation of currency regu-
lations have allowed Is-
raelis to open local accounts
in foreign currencies. Al-
though Swiss Francs have
the lowest interest rate, 1.5
percent, Israelis prefer it
because of its strength com-
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2 tbsp. minced fresh dill (tf av-
ailable)
Puree beets and juice in
blender. Chili thoroughly.
When beet mixture Is very
cold, mix in buttermilk, sour
cream, eggs, cucumber, and
sugar. Sprinkle with minced
onion and dill. May serve with
additional sour cream. (Serves
4-6.)

Zucchini Quiche

4 zucchini, sliced 1/4" thick
Salt and pepper
1 9" pie crust prebaked 15-20
minutes at 450 degrees
3/4 cup grated Swiss cheese
3 eggs
1 cup heavy cream
Y. tsp. nutmeg
Parboil zucchini In lightly
salted water for three minutes;
drain. Sprinkle bottom of pie
shell with Y4 cup cheese. Ar-
range zucchini In decorative
circular pattern in the pie shell.
Lightly season with salt and
pepper. In a cup, lightly beat
the eggs with the cream, salt,
pepper, and nutmeg. Pour
over zucchini. Sprinkle with
remaining grated swiss
cheese, and bake In 350 de-
gree oven for 35 minutes, or
till custard Is set.
This quiche can be made
with precooked asparagus of
spinach, sauteed mushrooms
or sauteed onions.

Basic Pie Crust

Basic Pastry I (for 2 crusts)

2 cups flour
tsp. salt
1 tbsp. sugar
Y4 lb. butter or margarine or 1
cup shortening
Y2 cup ice water

Y2

For a Rich Pie Crust for a 1
Tart Shell

1 cup flour
1 egg yolk
1 tbsp. sugar
Yr cup sweet butter
Y2 tsp. lemon rind
ice water to combine
You may use unbleached
flour for plecrusts or part
whole wheat flour, part un-
bleached white.
Put flour on a board or In
bowl. Add salt and sugar and
lemon rind if desired. Stir with
your fingers. Rub in the butter,
margarine, or shortening. You
can use less if you want. The
mixture should resemble
cornmeal. Add egg yolk if de-
sired, 14-3/4 cup water, as
needed, to make a dough that
will stick together and form
Into a ball. Don't handle any
more than necessary.
For a baked "blind" pie
crust, prick crust with fork, line
with foil, weight down with rice
or dry beans (red, black, pink,
or white — choose your color)
and bake In 400 degree oven
for 15-20 minutes till golden .

After 10 minutes you may re-
move the foil and beans. They
prevent the crust from puffing
up. (Incidentally, the dry beans
may be reused many times.
Keep them in their own labeled
cannister.

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