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42 Friday, March 4, 1983

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

'Fiddler in the Kitchen' Has Recipes for Passover

Greater Detroit Section,
National Council of Jewish
Women, has 16 recipes
created especially for
Passover in its cookbook,
"Fiddler in the Kitchen."
The cookbook was com-
piled under the direction of
cookbook chairman Norma
Schonwetter, assisted by
vice chairmen Mary
Schwartz and Phyllis
Schwartz.

For a copy of the cook-
book, visit the NCJW
offices, 16400 W. 12 Mile,
Suite 106, Southfield, 557-
9604. There is a charge.
Following are some sam-
ple recipes from the

Passover section in "Fiddler
in the Kitchen":

BLACK AND WHITE
TORTE RECIPE
8 eggs, separated
1 cup sugar, divided
1 3/4 cups blanched grated 'al-
monds
2 tsps. lemon juice
11/2 cups unblanched grated
almonds
2 (1 ounce) squares, semis-
weet chocolate, melted
Rum
Beat egg whites until stiff,
gradually beat in 1/2 cup sugar
until meringue forms stiff
peaks. Fold in 13/4 cups
blanched almonds and lemon
juice. In separate bowl, beat
yolks with remaining sugar,
add unblanched almonds and
melted chocolate.

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Grease 9-inch spring-form
pan. Spread chocolate mixture
in bottom. Spread white mix-
ture over chocolate. Bake at
325 degrees for 50-60 minutes.
Drizzle rum over warm cake.
Cool. If desired, frost with Con-
fectioner's Glaze, substituting
rum flavoring for vanilla. Yield
8-10 servings. Note: Can be
used for Passover, omit rum
and glaze.
* * *

VIENNA MOCHA
TORTE RECIPE
7 eggs, separated
1 /8 tsp. salt
1 cup sugar
1 tbsp. instant coffee
1 (31/4 ounce) package ground
pecans
Beat whites with salt until
stiff. Add sugar to yolks and
beat until thick and lemon
colored. Mix instant coffee
with nuts. Fold into yolk mix-
ture alternately with egg
whites. Bake in two greased 8-
or 9-inch cake pans with re-
movable bottoms (or line with
greased waxed paper). Bake at
350 degrees for 20 minutes.
Cool slightly, turn out of pans.
Frost cooled cake with Mocha
Frosting. Decorate with choco-
late shavings. Yield: 10 serv-

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MOCHA FROSTING
1/2 pound marshmallows
2 /3 cup strong coffee
1 pint whipping cream beaten
stiff
Cook marshmallows and
strong coffee in double boiler
until melted. Chill, then fold in
whipped cream.
* * *
MOCHA ROLL
6 eggs, separated
1 cup sugar
3 tbsps. cocoa
1/2 cup cake meal
2 tbsp. strong coffee
1 tsp. vanilla, optional
1/2 pint whipping cream
2 tbsps. sugar
Grease, line with waxed
paper and grease again a 12 by
18 inch jelly roll pan. Beat
whites until stiff. Gradually
beat in one cup sugar until
they form stiff peaks. Beat
yolks until thick and lemon-
colored. Fold into whites. Sift
cocoa with cake meal and fold
into egg mixture alternatively
with coffee and vanilla.
Bake at 350 degrees, 15-18
minutes. Cool in pan 3 min-
utes. Turn onto towel sprin-
kled with cocoa. Peel off
waxed paper. Roll up with
towel from short end and cool
on rack. When cool, fill with
cream whipped with 2 tbsps.
sugar. Roll and top with bit-
tersweet frosting if desired.
Chill or freeze. Yield: 12 serv-
ings.
* * *

APPLE CAKE
9 egg yolks
3 tbsps. lemon juice
2 tsps. grated lemon peel
2 cups sugar, divided
1/2 cup cake meal
1 /3 cup potato starch
9 stiffly beaten egg whites
4 medium apples, pared and
sliced (4 cups)
2 tbsps. water
1/2 cup chopped nuts
1 tbsp. lemon juice
1 tsp. cinnamon
Preheat oven to 325 de-
grees. Beat egg yolks, lemon
juice, and lemon peel until
thick. Gradually add 1 cup
sugar, beating until smooth.
Sift 1/2 cup sugar, cake meal,
and starch together. Blend
into yolk mixture. Fold in be-
aten egg whites. Spread half of
batter in ungreased 9x13x2
inch pan. Bake 30-35 minutes.
Cook apples in water,
covered, over low heat until
barely tender (8-10 minutes).
Stir 1/2 cup sugar, nuts, remain-
ing juice and cinnamon into
apples, and arrange apple mix-
ture over cake. Cover with re-
maining batter. Bake at 325
degrees 50-60 minutes more.
Cool. Yield: 16 servings.

Jabotinsky Unit
Meets Saturday

An Israeli movie and a
talk on "The U.S. and Israel
— Is the Alliance Crack-
ing?" will be featured at a .
gathering of the Jabotinsky
Society of Herut 8:30 p.m.
Saturday at Cong. Beth
Shalom.
Guest speaker will be
Ezekiel Leikin. Refresh-
ments will be served. There
is a nominal charge.
For information, call
Simon Cieck, 548-3073; or
Sam Hornung, 557-1847.

Midrasha, Women's ORT
Join for Lunch, Lectures

The Midrasha, College of
Jewish Studies, and
Women's American ORT
are planning a lunch and
lecture series for ORT Day
1983. The theme of the
two-part series is the
"World of Jewish Art."
On March 15 at noon, the
topic will be "Jewish Art: Its
Roots, Ritual Art." Esther
Tarnoff Cooper, artist and
lecturer of the Speaker's
Bureau, Detroit Institute of
Arts, will be the featured
speaker.
As an artist, Mrs. Cooper
has worked in many
mediums. She is a member
of Cong. Beth Shalom and
active at the Detroit Insti-
tute of Arts in the Arts to
the Schools Program and
the Speakers Bureau lectur-
ing on both modern and
ritual Jewish art.
She has been an in-
structor at Oakland
Community College and

ESTHER TARNOFF
COOPER

Community
Education Center.
On March 22, the topic
"Jewish Art in Israel" will
be discussed by Rickie Lauf-
fer. Ms. Lauffer is an artist
especially interested in
silkscreening, printmaking
and weaving.
Her professional training
is in the field of art educa-
tion.
There is a charge for the
series. To register, call
Women's American ORT,
355-9151.
Arranging the program
were: Susan Dubin, ORT
President; Mary Lee
Fishman, chairman of the
executive committee; Bon-
nie Cousens, education vice
president; Harriet Jacob-
son, membership vice
president; and Rose Kaye,
Midrasha chairman.

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