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March 05, 1982 - Image 40

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-03-05

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

40 Friday, March 5, 1982

Women Print Purim Manual

Delta College Hosts Conference

Richard Lobenthal, direc-
tor of the Michigan Region
of the Anti-Defamation
League of Bnai Brith, will
participate in an afternoon
panel on "Interfaith Con-
ferences in Michigan: the
Opportunities and Chal-
lenges,"

Rabbi Jossef J. Kratzens-
tein, rabbi emeritus of
Temple Israel in Bay City,
will be one of the keynote
speakers Wednesday at an
interfaith conference at
Delta College. His topic will
be "What Is Man?"

JEWELRY
APPRAISALS \

At Very Reasonable Rates
642 5575
'
call for an appointment

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The Women's League for
Conservative Judaism has
published its Purim man-
ual.
Contained in the spiral-
bound, paperbacked booklet
are traditional recipes,
games and craft ideas.
The story of Purim is
given in synopsis form and
the laws and customs of the
holiday are described.
The booklet is avail-
able from the Women's
League for Conservative
Judaism, 48 E. 74th St.,
New York, 10021. There is
a charge.
Following are recipes
contained in the booklet:

Hamantashen

DOUGH
cup flour
1 tsp. salt
2 tbsp. sugar
1 1/4 cup hard, chilled, vegeta-
ble shortening
2 egg yolks (reserve 1/2 yolk for
brushing top)
7 tbsp. ice water

3

30400 Telegraph RoaO
Suites 104, 134
Birmingham, Mi.' 48n10
(313) 542-5575

LAWRENCE M. -ALL-8 ;..
President

Skr,;tft- GEMOLOGIST 61 DIAMObITOLOGIST' -

Detroit Area Retail Kosher
Meat Dealers Assoc.

Combine flour, salt and

These are the prices suggested by Empire & Dean Poultry. Prices at
the independent retailers listed below may vary. Some may be higher,
some may be lower.

Starting Sun., Mar. lth thru Thurs. Mar. 11

,

BEEF PATTIES . . . .

Oven Ready

. . . • • . • .

BAR B Q TURKEYS •••••

.$1 99

lb.

119

lb.

mamma s $

FRANKLIN KOSHER MEATS & POULTRY

SINGERS KOSHER MEAT MARKET

DEXTER DAVISON KOSHER MEATS

NEW ORLEANS KOSHER MEATS
and LOUIS COHEN & SON

32930 Middlebelt Rd., Farmington Hills
855-1020 Ben Smith, Don Barder

13721 W. Nine Mile, Oak Park
LI 7-8111 Philip Swarin

25760 Coolidge, Oak Park
LI 8-6800 Eugene Feldman

COHEN & SON KOSHER MEAT MARKET

26035 Coolidge, Oak Park
LI 7-4121 Jack Cohen

Allan Cohen & Michael Cohen
15600 W. 10 Mile Rd. 569-1323
New Orleans Mall, Southfield

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NORTHGATE KOSHER MEAT & POULTRY'

25254 Greenfield, Oak Park
967-3907 Jack Miller

LINCOLN KOSHER MEAT & POULTRY

26020 Greenfield
968-7450 Zalman Kohen, Alex Greenberger

HARVARD ROW KOSHER MEATS

21780 W. 11 Mile, Southfield
356-5110 John Katz

.

While quantities last and we also reserve right to limit quantities.

STAR WARS
THE EMPIRE
STRIKES BACK!

EMPIRE
BBQ CHICKEN

EMPIRE
CHICKEN LEGS

99!

1

09 SAVE
LB.
39c LB.

EMPIRE
POT PIES

8 OZ. PKG.
• CHICKEN
• TURKEY

5OIrdi
S

EMPIRE POTATO
TRIANGLES

SAVE
50c

20-OZ.
PKG.

KOSHER FOODS AVAILABLE AT:

‘TELEGRAPH/LONG LAKE IN BLOOMFIELD TWP.
•SOUTHFIELD/13 MILE IN. BEVERLY HILLS
• ORCHARD LAKE/13 MILE RD. IN FARMINGTON HILLS
- • TELEGRAPH/15 MILE RD. IN BIRMINGHAM
• 12 MILE/EVERGREEN IN SOUTHFIELD

sugar. Cut in shortening with
two knives or pastry blender
until size of peas. Blend 11/2
egg yolks and water. Sprinkle
gradually over flour/
shortening mixture. Toss
lightly with fork just until
dough holds together. Use
additional water if necessary.
Wrap ball of dough in wax
paper and refrigerate several
hours. (May be kept for several
days, i.e. may be frozen and
used as desired.)
FILLING
Poppy seed filling may be
purchased already prepared. If
desired, adapt to taste by add-
ing honey, chopped nuts,
lemon juice, orange rind or
orange marmalade. For a fruit
filling, combine 2 parts pre-
pared prune filling with one
part apricot preserves. If de-
sired, add finely chopped nuts
or orange marmalade. Pre-
pared cherry filling - may also
be used.
Let dough stand for 10-15
minutes at room temperature.
Take a small portion of dough,
keeping remaining amount
well covered. Roll out to a little
less than 1 /8" thick. Cut with a
21/2" diameter cookie cutter. It
is important to pick up loose
dough immediately and add to
original ball, recovering at
once to keep from drying.
On each circle place 1/2 teas-
poon of filling. Pinch dough
together to form a triangle — a
3-cornered hamantash. Place
on a lightly greased cookie
sheet. Brush tops carefully
with mixture of 1/2 egg yolk di-
luted with two drops of cold
water. Sprinkle generously
with sugar or cinnamon and
sugar. Bake in 375 degree
oven for 15 minutes or until
golden brown.
With spatula, remove im-
mediately to cake rack. Cool
and store uncovered. Dust
with confectioner's sugar be-
fore serving. May be frozen. To
identify poppy seed haman-
tashen, sprinkle top with a few
dry poppy seeds before bak-
ing.

SAVE

40c

MOST STORES
OPEN DAILY

8 A.M. TO 10 P.M.
SUNDAY
9 A.M. TO 6 P.M.

PRICES EFFECTIVE THRU MARCH 11,-1982. NO SALES TO DEALERS.

Stuffed Cabbage

Beth Shalom Sisterhood
Plans Annual Education Day

.

Cong. Beth Shalom Sis-
terhood will have its animal
Education Day March 22.
Following registration
and a light breakfast at 9:30
a.m., the program will fea-
ture a talk by Rabbi Gerald
Teller, superintendent of
the United Hebrew Schools
and president of the Mid-
raSha College of Jewish
Studies. Rabbi Teller will
speak on "The Relevance of
Jewish Law."
The afternoon speaker
will be Dr. Eugene Perrin,
professor of pathology at
Wayne State University's
medical school. He also is an
associate in pediatrics,
obstetrics and anatomy.
Dr. Perrin will speak
on "The Balanced View

RABBI GERALD

TELLER

of Moral Problems in
Medicine: Is There a
Reasonable Halakhic
Solution?"
The community is in-
vited. For information, call
the Beth Shalom office,
547-7970.

Seek Volunteers
for Red Cross

DR. EUGENE PERRIN

Concert Tickets
Still Available

Tickets are still available
for the Birmingham Tem-
ple's Vivace Series concert
featuring Gemini at 3 p.m.
Sunday at the temple.
For tickets, call Evelyn
Kreger, 544-8350.
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1 large head of cabbage
1 /2 cup strained tomatoes
1 large onion
1 tbsp. syrup or honey
2 tbsp. sugar
1 /4 tsp. salt, dash of ginger
1 whole allspice, 1 clove
Y2 bay leaf
juice of Y2 lemon
FILLING
1 lb. chopped raw beef
Legg
1 tbsp. matza meal
1/2 onion, grated
1 tbsp. water
dash of salt, pepper, cinnamon
1 /2- cup white raisins
1 tsp. cornstarch
By cutting 'close to the stem,
carefully remove the leaves
from a head of cabbage. Put
them into a large kettle and
cover them with boiling water
for 5 or 10 minutes until they
are soft. Drain off the water.
Mix the chopped meat with
the grated onion, the egg, the
water, matza meal and season-
ing. One-half cup of cooked
rice may be added to the meat,
if desired. Fill each leaf with a -
few raisins and a portion of
meat mixture in proportion to
its size. Fold over the ends of
the leaf and roll.
Cut the onion fine and place
in a kettle together with the
tomatoes, lemon juice, sugar,
syrup and seasoning. Put in
the cabbage rollg, open end
down, add a cup of water and
simmer slowly for at least 11/2
hours, basting occasionally.
The cabbage should be tender
and brown. Thicken the sauce
with 1 teaspoon of cornstarch,
*
mixed with a little cold water
*
and cook for 10 minutes
longer.

Oakland County Region
of the American Red
Cross Southeastern Michi-
gan Chapter will mark Vol-
unteer Recruitment Week
Sunday through March 13
when the agency will
actively seek volunteers.
To volunteer, call the Red
Cross, 968-2255.
Meanwhile, the Red
Cross announced that it is
seeking donors of type 0
positive blood. Blood dona-
tions are taken at the Oak
Park Donor Center, 25900
Greenfield, 10 a.m.-4 p.m.
Monday and Friday; 2-8
p.m. Tuesday, Wednesday
and Thursday; and 9 a.m.-2
p.m.
For appointment, call the
Oak Park Red Cross office.
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As Esther and Mordechai were singing,
Evil Haman, he was swinging!

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Purim greetings from the producers
and distributors of all the fine
Kosher dairy foods brought to you
by the Detroit Pure Milk Company

all of our Kosher milk products are
produced daily in Detroit, under super-
visibn of Rabbi Jack Goldman of the
Metropolitan Kashruth Council of Mithigan

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