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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-02-10

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

'Invitation to an Inquest' Available in Paperback

Danny Raskin's

The Best of Everything

FRONT PAGE ARTI-
CLE in Detroit News about
Chinese New Year had her
listed as "Barbara" King .. .
and so this very gracious,
extremely warm person
wore a name tag at Chinese
New Year Party given in
Southfield home of
Elizabeth Chiu King and
hubby Albert . . . that read,
"Barbara or Elizabeth
King."
This is the kind of lady
she is . . . and why so many
people enjoy her company.
There were about 60
people to celebrate 4682,
Year Of The Rat . . . enjoy-
ing a very interesting eve-
ning of Chinese dining and
culture.
On the Kings' bar were
liquors, wines . . . and
glasses of Lichee Am-
brosia (eggnog with
lichee nuts) . . . Guests
wrapped their own un-
fried egg rolls ... in
paper-thin Chinese pan-
cakes or see-through egg
crepes . . . with fillings of
fresh lettuce, beef, vege-
tables and stir-fried
finely-sliced meat ...
(like a Chinese taco) ...
Then there was the Soup
Bar, hot and spicy, or a
Chinese New Year spe-
cial called the Happy
Family
Entrees were from "The
four corners of China" .. .
The East: Baroque Pearls
(meat balls with water
chestnuts, rolled in
glutinuous rice and deli-
cately steamed) . . . The
South: Golden Phoenix
(chicken with shiitaki
mushrooms, delicately
braised) . . . Vegetables
were called "The 18 Immor-
tals," combining various
kinds of mushrooms, tofu
products and fresh vegeta-
bles (18 in all) . . . Also "The
Four Seasons" (fresh veget-
ables stir-fry) . . . and Rice,
Pasta and Bread included
. . . The Staple (steamed
white rice), Festive Rice
(rice flavored with Chinese
sausage, black mushrooms
and green peas), Sesame
Pasta (Chinese flat noodles,
highlighted with sesame oil
and sesame seeds), and
Flower Rolls (steamed
bread from Shantung).
For dessert were selec-
tions of Snowballs (steamed
rice balls with sweet bean
paste and coconut flakes),
Almond Delight (almond
pudding with fresh fruit
puree), Fried Fruit Assort-
ment (pears, apricots,
olives, etc.) and Golden
Mandarins (Chinese symbol
for prosperity) . . . Two
types of tea . . . Jasmine
Blossoms and Keemun
Leaves.
Elizabeth did all the cook-
ing herself . . . and it
couldn't have been done by
too many better . . . She is
author of "Eating The
Chinese Way In Detroit,"
lecturer and consultant in
Chinese culinary art, and
presently teaching "New
American Cuisine: The
Chinese Way" at Oakland
Community College . . .
which was introduced at the

King's Chinese New Year
party.

The "New American
Cooking: The Chinese
Way," says Elizabeth, is a
marriage between the
finest and the best of the
cooking traditions of
both worlds . . . Funda-
mentals of cutting,
marinating and tenderiz-
ing, so integral in Chinese
cuisine, are applied to the
American kitchen. Fresh
produce and meats,
readily available in local
markets, are combined
with basic Chinese spices
and ingredients to create
a whole new world of de-
licious, nutritious and
easy-to-make recipes.
This is a new approach to
cooking, eating and
entertaining."
Noboby left without
package of pennies for good
luck . . . and a Chinese
zodiac book written by
Elizabeth with calligraphy
by Grace Yu . . . It was such
an enjoyable evening by a
most magnificent hostess
. . . Len and Ellen Barnes
back from Israel and Egypt
. . . His story in March issue
of AAA Motor News will tell
of their travels there .. .
with front cover a picture of
the Western Wall in
Jerusalem.
Sharon Dargay, doing
such a fine job during illness
of Jackie Klein at South-
field Eccentric, giving up on
using chopsticks and get-
ting fork instead (so many
people anxiously awaiting
Jackie's return to her desk)
. . . Jack and Carole McCar-
thy gumming the delicious-
ness of everything . . . Shir-
lee and Jack Iden to celeb-
rate 35 years of marriage,
Feb. 23 . . . Bob Levine pick-
ing eyes and cheeks from
pickerel.
Mary and Frank Stella a
lovely couple . . . also Ar-
mand Gebert and wife
Eleanor Breitmeyer, both of
Detroit News.
The entire party was a
fine show . . . but still an-
other added attraction
... Two chefs from Moun-
tain King restaurant in
Troy setting up a per-
formance where one of
them makes thin noodles
by hand . . . seemingly
kneading and tossing the
dough ... Magic for sure
. .. but the real thing .
no Henning or Copper-
field illusion!
And for certain everybody
got a tangerine before they
left . . . to put under their
pillows for good luck . . . the
more leaves the better.
May good luck and good
fortune come to Elizabeth
Chiu King and her husband
Albert.
NANCY GURWIN and
Phil Marcus Esser will be
together again . . . first time
in seven years ... when
original cast appears in a
revival of "I Do! I Do!" at
Botsford Inn opening April
26 . . . They were at Botsford
41/2 months, seven years ago

(Continued on Page 36)

Friday, February 10, 1984 35

"Invitation to an In-
quest," the 1965 study of the
Rosenberg case by Walter
and Miriam Schneir which
was updated with three new
chapters last year, has been
issued in paperback by
Pantheon Books.
The 522-page volume
chronicles the events lead-
ing up to the arrest of Julius
and Ethel Rosenberg for
treason in 1950. The couple
was charged with selling
"atomic secrets" to the Rus-
sians after World War II.
The Schneirs present a
detailed analysis of the con-
troversial trial, which took
place during the McCarthy
era. The subsequent verdict
of guilt and the June 19,
1953 execution of the
Rosenbergs has been the
subject of debate for more
than 30 years.
The three new chapters
in this edition include
material from the long-
secret Federal Bureau of
Investigation files on the
case. The material was

made public in 1982 via
the Freedom of Informa-
tion Act.
Walter Schneir is a free-

lance writer whose work
has appeared in The Nation
and the New York Times
Magazine. Miriam, his wife,

has edited several books, in-
cluding "Feminism: The Es-
sential Historical Writ-
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