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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-03-27

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

`Complete Passover Cookbook' Prepares
Housewives for Early Holiday Planning

This is the time to start
planning for Passover. For
the housewife and the lover
of the best in holiday foods,
a new cookbook prepares
theway for proper prepara-
tions for the oncoming fes-
tive days..
This book is "The Com-
plete Passover 'Cookbook"
by Frances R. Avrutick

randied Bonbons

A brandy-laced bonbon that
adds real spirit to your holiday
celebration.
3 oz. bittersweet chocolate
3 tbsps. honey
V2 cup brandy or Slivovitz
2% cups, matzo farfel
3 /4 cup sugar
1 cup finely chopped walnuts
Melt the chocolate in the top
of a double boiler over hot
water; stir in the honey and the
brandy. Remove from the heat.
Put the farfel through a food
mill or crush with a rolling pin;
the crumbs should be slightly
coarser than matzo meal.
Add the sugar, finely chop-
ped walnuts, and the crushed
farfel to the chocolate mixture;
blend thoroughly. Shape into
bonbons and set them indi-
vidually into small petit four
cases. Let mellow for a day or 2
in a cool dry place. Makes ap-
proximately 18 to 20.

Sweet-and Sour
Fruit Dressing

1 /4

cup oil
1 /4 cup lemon juice
2 tbsps. sugar
1/4 tsp. paprika
3 tbsps. orange juice
Measure all the ingredients
into a cruet or jar. Cover tightly
and shake well. Yields a
generous 1/2 cup.

The author guides her
readers to the proper way of
setting the Passover table.
There are appendices guid-
ing the housewife on how to
resort to proper meas-
urements, cake pan conver-
sions, recipe conversions
and other guidelines.

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(Jonathan David Pub-
lishers). While as titled this
is a Passover book, it is a
suitable all-year-round
strictly kosher cookbook
and it fulfills many needs
for the Jewish home.
The culinary arts de-
picted in the Avrutick hook
indicate the many changes
that have taken place, the
variety of foods that can
now be prepared for
Passover, contrary to the
restrictions of past ages
when kashrut was re-
stricted by unavailability of
products that are now
available and prepared to
adhere to the laws of kas-
hrut.
Mrs. Avrutick offers
recipes that have been
tested and have the strict
provisions of the dietary
requirements. There are
the main dishes and de-
licious desserts.
Of course, there are the
kneidlakh and kreplakh,
the Passover delights, and
also fleishig Russian borsht,
liver, potato and matzo
dumplings, gefilte fish
quiche, kugels, latkes,
blintzes — ad infinitum.
Who would have thought
a generation ago that the
Passover desserts could in-
clude, sherbets, eclairs,
brandied bon-bons, lemon
merangue pie, cheese

strudels? Mrs. Avrutick
proves they are available
and can be prepared by the
responsive housewife.
The publishers plan to in-
troduce the book in all
Jewish bookstores and are
prepared to respond to cal-
lers at a toll free number,
1-800-854-2975.
Proof of the impres-
siveness of this volume is
provided in these sample
recipes from Mrs. Av-
rutick's book:

25

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Immigration Low

Caricatures

TEL AVIV (JTA) — A
10-year record low in immi-,
gration was registered dur-
ing February when only 857
newcomers arrived in Is-
rael, according to the
Jewish Agency's immigra-
tion department.

Brown the veal and the mush-
rooms. Add the chicken bouil-
lon, onion, parsley, garlic,
flavor enhancer, and pepper.
Cover and cook over low heat
for 30 minutes or until the veal
is tender. Stir occasionally. In
a measuring cup, blend the
paprika with the potato starch
and the water. Gradually stir
the mixture into the sauce in
the skillet. Heat, stirring until
thickened. Add the wine and
cook 5 minutes longer. Serves
5.

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The mast popular cut of veal
is the tender escalope. Es-
calopes are thin slices of veal
which are boneless. skinless,
and gristle-free. The Germans
call it schnitzel, the Italians
scallopine.
A crisp mixed green salad is
excellent with this dish.
3 tbsps. margarine
11/2 lbs. thin veal cutlets
1/2 lb. fresh mushrooms, sliced
1 cup chicken bouillon pre-
pared from a dry soup mix or a
bouillon. cube
1 /2 cup chopped onions
1 tbsp. chopped fresh parsley
1 large clove garlic, minced
1 /2 tsp. Zing flavor enhancer
Dash of freshly ground black
pepper
1/2 tsp. paprika
1 tbsp. potato starch
1 /4 cup water
2 tbsps. dry white wine
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WASHINGTON (JTA) —
The White House and
representatives of Jewish
organizationS have taken
strong exception to Wash-
ington Mayor Marion Bar-
ry's remarks that if the 21
black children murdered in
Atlanta "had been Jewish,
the federal government
would have moved much
faster" to help solve the
crimes.
"If they had been any-
thing except black they
would have moved faster,"
Barry said at a press confer-
ence. He made his state-
ments in response to a re-
porter's question as to
whether he stood by similar
views he expressed earlier
this month about the At-
lanta tragedies.
Hyman Bookbinder,
Washington representative
of the American Jewish
Committee, said that for
Barry "to talk about the
Jews and imply that we are
all safe and protected is an
outrage. We are going
through a period of serious
escalation of vandalism
against Jewish places of
worship in this country.
"I regret that he is
being this careless in his
articulation. It is espe-
cially painful to me to
hear things like that
knowing ,how silent the
world was when six mil-
lion Jews were killed."
Alan Grip, Barry's press
secretary, said that Barry
"is not trying to say that
whites don't care. He is say-
ing that in his guts his per-
ception is that had they
been white children, the

Friday, March 17, 1981

federal government might
have been inclined to pro-
vide the help faster than
they did. He did not mean to
single out Jews. He meant if
they had been anybody.
Declaring that "clearly
this is not a racial issue," a
White House source told the
JTA, "What we've done is
unprecedented. Clearly this
(the Atlanta killings) is a
local matter. We set a pre-
cedent by becoming in-
volved because this is such a
tragedy."
The federal government
has provided $2.5 million in
the last six weeks for the At-
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