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April 02, 1982 - Image 41

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-04-02

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

JVS Staff and Volunteers
Aid the Jewish Community

Friday, April 2, 1982 41

Pure, 100% natural yogurt
Kosher Certified by the
Metropolitan Kashruth Council
Product of the C.F. Burger Creamery

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Senior Service Corps volunteer Eva Golden reas-
sures a youngster in the Jewish Community Center
day care program. In the bottom photograph, JVS
vocational counselor Iry Feldman assists a client in
selecting a new career.

ELIJAH'S

More Goodies for Pesach

By NORMA BARACH

(Copyright 1982, JTA, Inc.)

Creme Puffs

SHELL
1 cup water
1 /3 cup of oil
1 cup matza meal
4 eggs, large
FILLING
2 eggs
3/4 cup sugar
1 tbsp. potato starch
juice and rind of 1 lemon
3 /4 cup water
1 tbsp. margarine
FROSTING
2 tbsps. margarine
1 cup sugar
1 /3cup cocoa
2 oz. water
2 tbsps. margarine
Boil water and oil. Add
matza meal and stir quickly.
Cool. Add eggs one at a time
and mix. Drop with a tbsp. on a
greased cookie sheet. Bake at
450 degrees 25 min. and at 325
degrees for 45 min. Cool, slit
and fill.
For filling — Beat eggs, add
sugar and potato starch,
lemon juice and rind and
water. Cook on top of double
boiler until thick. Add mar-
garine and mix.
For frosting — melt 2 tbsps.
of margarine in saucepan. Add
sugar, cocoa and water. Bring
to a boil and simmer for a few
minutes, stirring constantly.
Then add 2 more tbsps. of
margarine. Cool and the frost-
,
ing will thicken. Stir until
smooth and pour over filled
• - shells. As it stands the frosting
_rms a firm glaze.

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Zucchini Kugel

2 lbs. zucchini, unpeeled
2 eggs
medium onion, grated
2 carrots, grated
1 tsp. salt
dash white pepper
2 tbsp. of matza meal or cake
meal

Grate zucchini coarsely.
Add all ingredients together.
Mix. Grease a 9-inch square
pan. Bake at 350 degrees for
about 1 hour. Serves about 8.

Cauli Kugel

medium cauliflower
1Y2 tbsp. margarine, melted
1 /2 tsp. onion powder
2 eggs
1 /2 cup matza meal
salt and pepper to taste
Cook cauliflower, which has
been broken into small
flowerettes. Mix with all the
other ingredients. Bake in a
greased casserole dish.
Serves 4-5. If the mixture
seems too thick, another egg
can be added.

Lost Relatives
Sought Here

Bernard I. Margolis of
Tucson, Ariz., is seeking
relatives whose last known
residence was in Ann Arbor.
In a letter to The Jewish
News, Margolis stated in
part:
"In trying to find any
members of a branch of the
family, I have tried to locate
a Mr. Maury Fishkin and/or
his wife, Mrs. Rose M.
Fishkin. Approximately 15
years ago they lived in Ann
Arbor.
"Incidentally, the fam-
ily name I am research-
ing is Margolin, which
was Mrs. Fishkin's
maiden name."
Persons with information
on the Fishkins should con-
tact Margolis at 6629 E.
Calle Cavalier, Tucson,
Ariz. 85715.

It Was always the fanciest one on the Pass-
over table. Remember?
You used to watch with delight as Grand-
pa filled it with Manischewitz wine-for it
was your honor (of all the grandchildren!) to
run to the door and open it for Elijah.
Now, even though you practice all the same
familiar Seder rituals you did as a child-the
Four Questions, chanting the plagues, Dayenu,
eating the bitter herbs and hard boiled egg,
seeking and finding the Aphikoman, sing-
ing Chad Gadya-the ritual of Elijah's cup is
the one you particularly enjoy.
Only now, you're the one who fills the cup.
The same fancy cup. The same Manischewitz
wine. And it's your grandchild who opens the
door for Elijah.
Manischewitz wishes you a Zissen and
Kosher Pesach.

Cancer Patient
Counseling Is
Made Available

The Patient and Family
Care Department of the
Michigan Cancer Founda-
tion (MCF) has set a
schedule of meeting dates
and places for people seek-
ing help with various as-
pects of cancer.
For schedules and infor-
mation, call the Oakland
Service Center, 549-4600.

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Manischewitz Wines are produced and
bottled under strict Rabbinical supervision
by Rabbi Dr. Joseph I. Singer and
✓ Rabbi Solomon B. Shapiro.
Manischewitz Israeli Wines are
bottled under the strict supervision of the
Chief Rabbinate of Petah-Tiqva, Israel.
A complete assortment of Traditional,
Cream, Cordial and Cocktail type wines,
as well as Israeli wines.

MANISCHEWITZ WINE CO.,
NEW YORK, NY 11232

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