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August 28, 1981 - Image 16

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-08-28

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r Business Briefs

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

16 Friday, August 28, 1981

Robert Schechter has
been named regional vice
president of New York Life
Insurance Co.'s Top Club for
outstanding agents "in
recognition of his outstand-
ing sales record."
* * *
Pro-Care One, Inc., will
present a panel discussion
on "Everything You Always

WdntTd to Know About
Home Health Care But
Didn't Know Who to Ask"
7:30 p.m. Sept. 17 at the
Southfield Civic Center,
Parks and Recreation
Building. Admission is free,
and the Public is invited.
Refreshments will be
served. For required reser-
vations, call Pro-Care One,
569-4400.

* * *

Blintz Recipes Available

Golden Brand Frozen
Foods is offering a free re-
cipe bogklet containing re-
cipes using its packaged fro-
zen blintzes and potato pan-
cakes.
For a copy, send a post-
card to Blintz It Up!, 1045
Towbin Ave., Dept. G.,
Lakewood, N.J., 08701.
Founded 30 years ago, the
company now offers among
its products cheese blintzes,
potato blintzes, blueberry
blintzes, cherry blintzes,
apple blintzes and potato
pancakes. All are frozen and
kosher.
Sample recipes follow:

BLINTZ SUZETTE
1 package (15 oz.) Golden Fro-
zen Fruit Blintzes
Butter or margarine
1 /2 cup sugar
1 /3 cup orange juice
3 tbsps. each orange-flavored
liqueur and brandy
In skillet, cook blintzes as di-
rected on package; remove
and keep warm. Add 3 tbsps.

butter to skillet; stir in sugar,
juice and liqueur. Simmer until
slightly thickened. Return
blintzes to skillet; spoon
sauce over blintzes. Add
brandy; heat. Carefully light
with match. Serve when flame
dies. Makes 6 blintzes.
* * *

PEACH BLINTZES
1 package (15 oz.) Golden Fro-
zen Cheese Blintzes
Butter or margarine
1 can (83 /4 oz.) sliced peaches
in heavy syrup, drained, re-
serving syrup
2 tsps. cornstarch
1 /4 cup orange juice
2 tsps. lemon juice
Chopped pecans
In skillet, cook blintzes as di-
rected on package; remove
and keep warm. Add 1 tsp. but-
ter to skillet; melt. Blend peach
syrup with cornstarch; stir in
orange and lemon juice. Pour
into skillet; heat, stirring until
slightly thickened and clear.
Add peaches to sauce; heat.
To serve, spoon sauce over
blintzes; top with pecans.
Makes 6 blintzes.

Carmel Wine Offers Recipes

Carmel Wine Co., Inc.,
has made available recipes
for Labor Day cookouts
using its Avdat Red Wine
and Vin Blanc Wine. The
kosher recipes follow:

BARBECUED AVDAT
RIBS OF BEEF
3 lbs. beef short ribs
2 tsps. salt
1 tsp. pepper
1 tsp. paprika
1 tsp. dry mustard
1 tbsp. sugar
1 tbsp. Worchestershire sauce
1/2 cup catsup
3 /4 cup Carmel Avdat Red Wine
1/2 cup minced onions
1 clove garlic minced
Brown the ribs in a heated
casserole or dutch oven, pour
off fat. Combine all the remain-
ing ingredients and add to
ribs. Barbecue. Continue to
baste, turning the meat. Total -
15 minutes on each side.

OLD ISRAELI
FRUIT 'N' FLAN
1 cup sugar
3 tbsps. corn starch
1/2 tsp. salt
1 cup Carmel Vin Blanc
Wine
1 egg, well beaten
2 /3 cup orange juice
2 tbsps. soft margarine (un-
salted)
1 cup seedless grapes
1 cup sliced strawberries
(fresh or frozen)
2 peaches peeled and sliced
(fresh or frozen)

Blend the sugar, starch, and
salt together in a small sauce-
pan. Mix in the white wine. Stir-
ring constantly, bring mixture
to a boil and cook for 5 minutes
or until clear and thick. Re-
move•from heat and blend in
beaten eggs. Return to heat
and cook one minute longer.
Add orange juice and mar-
garine. Cool. Arrange the fruits
in layers in 8 serving dishes.
Pour cooled wine sauce over
fruit. Chill. Decorate with your
favorite sugar cookies just be-
fore serving. if desired.
raw

Happy 30th Anniversary

ANN and BENNY RUBIN

Love
Allen & Marilyn

5 LBS. OF MATZO

If I Can't Beat Your Best Deal

Margolis Household Furniture

6 Mile, 1 Blk. W. of Schaefer

tsp

MATTRESS SALE

ARNOLD MARGOLIS

INTERIOR
DECORATOR
SERVICE

Featuring: Beauty Rest by Simmons and
all other Rational brands

Furniture and Bedding

•SCHOOLFIELD •SELIG •SIMMONS •SEALY •SERTA •SPRING AIR •LA-Z-
BOY •STIFFEL LAMPS •KROEHLER •AMERICAN •BURLINGTON •BASSETT
•BARCALOUNGER •LANE •UNIQUE

13703 W. McNichols 342-5351 Mrs. Mon thru Sot. 9:30 til 5:30

Rao

THE
INFLATION
FIGHTER

PRESENTS

MAKE
YOUR
OWN
SALE

Home for Aged Auxiliary
Honors Its Top Volunteers

USE THIS COUPON TO SAVE ON COSMETICS,
HOUSEHOLD PRODUCTS, SPORTING ITEMS, ANY-
THING YOU WANT. 20% OFF OUR ALREADY SUPER
LOW PRICES!! NOW THAT'S A SALE!

fINFIAllON•FIGHTER COUPON'; •

Jewish Home for Aged Auxiliary President Marcia
Tanzman, center, standing, congratulates the top vol-
unteers honored this week at a special recognition
luncheon at Borman Hall. Pictured, from left, stand-
ing, are: Shirley Milinsky, Rose Shore, Mrs. Tanzman,
Bess Dutsch and Jessie Shapiro. Seated is resident
Dora Stone.

The Jewish Home for
Aged Auxiliary honored
volunteers at a special
recognition luncheon Tues-
day at Borman Hall.
More than 250 volunteers
were honored for their serv-
ice to the JHA, via its gift
shop, Nosh Nook, library,
hobby shop and through
friendly visits, resocializa-
tion activities, birthday
parties, resident programs
and trips.
Top honors went to Jessie
Shapiro and Betty
Passman, who have given
more than 6,000 hours of
service.
Honored for 3,000 to
5,000 hours of service
were Jean Arkin, Rose
Shore, Bess Dutsch and

Shirley Milinsky.
Presenting awards and
congratulations to the hon-
orees were Auxiliary
President Marcia Tanzman,
JHA Executive Director
Charles Wolfe, JHA
President Marvin Fleis-
chman and Rowena How-
ard, director of volunteers.
Residents entertained
under the direction of Mari-
lyn Rowens and Carol
Rosenberg. Rochelle Barr
was the accompanist.
Assisting with ar-
rangements were Phyllis
Kellerman, Mary Tarnow,
Esther Melton and Marilyn
Markel.
For volunteer informa-
tion, call Ms. Howard, 532 -7,,
7112, ext. 296.

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