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August 27, 1982 - Image 35

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-08-27

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Friday, August 27,

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Cooking Wizard Mendelson Gains Fame
With 'Mama Never Cooked Like This'

Gourmet wizardry earns
for Susan Mendelson the
achievement of a cookbook
that has given her high
ranks for her attainments
in the kitchen.
"Mama Never Cooked
Like This" (St. Martin's
Press) is the symbol, and
her career is even more ex-
tensive because the Cana-
dian radio and television
audiences await her guid-
in cooking.
Release of her cook book
--n this country, in Sep-
tember, raises her to an
even higher status on this
continent.
Susan, now 30, worked
her way through the Uni-
versity of British Co1um-1
bia as she states it herself,
by being lazy and loving
to eat. Enjoying food, she
became creative as a
cook.
She is now the partner in

a Vancouver shop, and her
radio and television ap-
pearances rate her as a
popular Canadian personal-
ity.
Her specialty at the Uni-
versity of British Columbia
was social work. She recalls:
"I got a job at night as
house manager for the Van-
couver East Cultural
Centre. During Habitat
Festival in 1976, I began to
cater dinners for opening
night parties and selling
slices of cheesecake (at 75
cents a toss) in the lobby at
intermission. Word got out
that if you were among the
first out the door at inter-
mission, you could partake
of a delightful culinary ex-
perience. My reputation
began to grow.
"One of the people who
heard of my cheesecake re-
cipe was Anne Petrie of
CBC Radio's 'Three's Com-

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We think it's simply one of the finest Brunch fares
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For starters, the Cold Table features lox with cream cheese
and bagels and a selection of smoked or chilled and
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Also, whole and sliced fresh fruit and pasta primivera fusilli.

Then it's "to the grill" where your omelettes are
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or luscious pancakes filled with fresh
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The hot entrees feature popular breakfast favorites and
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1 tsp. baking soda

2 eggs
1/2 cup oil
1 cup sugar
2 ripe bananas, mashed
1/4 cup chopped walnuts
Sift together flour and bak-
ing soda. Mix together next
five ingredients and add to
above stirring well until
blended. Pour into a greased
loaf pan and bake in oven at
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The Oakland University
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1 /4 cup brown sugar

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3 tbsps. milk
2 cups confectioner's sugar
2 tbsp. dry tapioca
Mix together butter, milk,
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over Layer One. Refrigerate for
15 minutes.
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4 oz. semi-sweet chocolate
1 tbsp butter
Melt chocolate over hot
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pany' who invited me onto
her show to share some
cooking hints and favorite
recipes with listeners. After
a warm response from the
public, I was made a regular
guest. But it was two years
later before I broke down
and parted with the coveted
cheesecake recipe."
Sharing her skills with
readers in the United
States, who now benefit
from the publication of her
book in this country, Susan
Mendelson expands her
popularity.
Since her specialties in-
clude cheesecake, the gifts
from her book can be shared
as an introduction to her in-
teresting collection of re-
cipes which include the fol-
lowing:

1 lb. cream cheese
3 medium size eggs
1/2 cup sour cream
2 cup sugar
2 tbsp. lemon juice
Mix together first three in-
gredients and press into the
bottom of a 9" springform pan.
Mix together well next five
ingredients to form a batter.
Pour over crust. Bake in oven
at 350 degrees for 30-35 min-
utes.

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1/4 cup sugar'
1 egg
1 tsp. vanilla
1 tbsp. cocoa
2 cups Graham cracker,
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1 cup coconut
1/2 cup chopped nuts

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down so that base is evenly

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