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76 ,Friday, August 10, 1984

50—PERSONAL

SEND ALL REPLIES TO THE
JEWISH NEWS, 11515 W. JUNE
MILE RD. SUITE 165,
SOUTHFIELD, MI. 41015.

SINGLE, attractive female attor-
ney, 30, relocated to Michigan,
likes travel, racquetball, swim-
ming movies, fun. Would like to
meet sensitive and intelligent
Jewish man. Photo appreciated,
not required. Reply to JN #105.

27, tall, attractive, bright, sensi-
tive gal with auburn hair, enjoys
theatre, running, relaxing, music,
movies and more. Seeks confi-
dent, witty, secure, tall, non-
smoking male with numerous
and varied interests. Reply to
J.N. # 106.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

HAPPY, bright, 34 year old,
female' Psychotherapist, easy-
going and down to earth, attrac-
tive in a natural way, with a play-
ful sense of humor, seeks an in-
telligent, affectionate, honest
and forthright man who enjoys
exploring cities and wilderness
alike. Send phone number with
response. Reply to J.N. #123

29 YEARS, female, tired of the
same old singles scene, seeking
gentleman, 29-35, who enjoys
camping, canoeing, biking, ten-
nis, kids and being out together
exploring the Metro area. If you
can handle the challenge of life,
love and the pursuit of happi-
ness, let's meet over coffee.
Reply to N.J. #120.

GO AHEAD - make my day! I'M
32, 5'7",150 lbs. I thrive on walks
in the woods, movies, blues
bands, Toronto, Irish bars (obvi-
BUBBLY, petite, blond, 32 years, ously a mix-up in maternity), a
wishes to share fun and adven- - weird sense of humor, vivid im-
ture with a single, sincere man aginations and people who re-
age 30-40. Let's have fun biking, fuse to completely grow up.
swimming, skiing or attending Reply to J.N. #121
movies, jazz concerts. I like
people, children and animals, THIS AD is guaranteed to con-
especially the cuddly kind! If this tain a blonde, 5'3", 30, college
strikes a bell, let's meet! Reply to educated lady who can provide
fun and romance for the right
J.N. #107
man. If you are a professional
MY MOMMA says, you better man, late 20's - mid 30's, attrac-
shop around. So what happens? tive, mature and also tired of the
I wind up in Hudson's Basement. bar scene - singles party circuit,
Professional male, 32, never let's meet. Reply to J.N. #122
married, 5'10",140, seeking one
sincere female for friendship first. AFFECTIONATE lady, honest,
Theatre, movies, dancing, spec- communicative, with a sense of
tator sports are some interests. humor, would like to meet man
who gives great hugs. I love
Reply to J.N. #108
sports, theater, movies, music
MALE, 33, 5'4", attractive, col- and conversation. If you're 38-48
lege graduate, who is sincere, and would like to make a new
caring, positive minded, with a friend, please respond with your
super sense of humor. Interests phone number. Reply to J.N.
include dining, movies, dancing, #118
walks in the park, rides in the
country and much more. Looking
53 — ENTERTAINMENT
for a sweet, understanding,
female who is sincere, honest
and enjoys being herself. Reply VERSATILE sophisticated party
music. All occasions. Call 326-
J.N. #109
6995, after 9 p.m.
HOPELESSLY urban profes-
sional, divorced female, 30's, 5', FREDDY SHEYER. Singing
104, and attractive. I like folk guitarist, violinist. Sing along's.
dancing and Meadowbrook Other occasions. 661-2357.
Theatre, going to synagogue and
chamber music concerts, Cole-
Clark Family Players
man stove dinners and
Pontchartrain Wine Cellars.
BIRTHDAY
Seeking a non-smoking, bright
and physically fit man 27-40
and other special oc-
who's comfortable with above.
Reply to J.N. #110.
casions

,

THE CHALLENGE! Mutually
satisfying relationship. Qualifica-
tions: Tall, athletic, handsome,
fun, kind, 35-45, with integrity.
The prize: Me, 5'7", devilish, de-
lightful, independent, bright and
of course pretty. Reply to J.N.
#111.
27 YEAR OLD professional,
whose many interests include
classical music, plays, films,
dining out, travel and physical fit-
ness, is looking for 21-27 year old
female with similar interests.
Please include photo and phone
number. Reply to J.N. #119

FUN LOVING professional, 25
years old, female, with wide and
varied interest including theatre,
movies, canoeing, swimming,
concerts, DIA, politics, Jewish
Community affairs and many
more, seeking companion who
shares same zest for life, laughs
and fun. Reply to J.N. #114.

YOUNG,. attractive 5'5" adven-
turous 38 year old Sagittarian
would like to meet an energetic
male between 30-45 who likes
adventure, movies, Hill Street
Blues, long walks, Cedar Pointe,
dancing; traveling, white water
rafting and my new love snorkel-
ing. Reply to J.N. #116

HI, I'm an attractive, petite,
romantic 30 year old woman with
interests such as travel, dancing,
plays, sporting events. I consider
myself easy to get along with. I'm
looking to meet a sincere male
with a good sense of humor to
enjoy good times together. Reply
to J.N. #117

Clowns, juggling,
magic, music, dance,
puppets, balloon
sculpture

Call Mary Ellen
273-6716

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COOKING

Do Si Do for 'Culinary Delights'

BY GLORIA KAUFER GREENE

I recently learned, to my
surprise, that many Jewish
couples are among those
who regularly get together
and join in the fun and
friendship of square danc-
ing. In fact, they travel all
over the country to attend
national conventions.
Last
year,
the
Maryland-area square dan-
cers got together to produce
a cookbook of their favorite
recipes, including many
that have been popular at
square dance pot-luck buf-
fets. According to a note in
Culinary Delights, as it is
called, "Each recipe has
been offered in one of square
dancing's most delightful
traditions; that of sharing."
The 6-by-9-inch, spiral-
bound book is very attrac-
tive, with washable covers
and buff-colored paper to
reduce glare. Within its 244
pages, there are over 400 re-
cipes, each in easy-to-read
print with ingredients in
boldface. Culinary Delights
has three more polished fea-
tures often sorely lacking in
privately published fund-
raiser cookbooks: the ingre-
dients are always listed in
the order in which they are
used, each recipe is followed
by its "yield," and the useful
index alphabetically cross-
references recipes by their
type and/or major ingre-
dients.
In addition, the chapter
heading is repeated on each
page, making it a cinch to
quickly locate a type of dish
by flipping through the
book. The chapters are ti-
tled: Appetizers, Soups,
Meats, Poultry, Vegetables,
Salads, Breads, Desserts,
Finger Food, and, Miscel-
laneous.
Most of the recipes are
clearly written, and should
be easy to follow. Observant
cooks should be aware,
however, that many do not
follow the rules of kashrut.
Still, several of these re-
cipes might prove to be
quite useful (and tasty), if
equivalent amounts of
kosher fish were simply
substituted for non-kosher
varieties.
For instance, poached and
coarsely flaked firm-fleshed
fish such as haddock or cod
could probably be used in
place of crab meat. By the
same token, canned tuna or
salmon might work in some
of the shrimp recipes.
(There are also some very
nice recipes which already
specify kosher fish.)
More difficult to adapt are
those recipes in which meat
is mixed with milk. Al-
though this is most fre-
quently a problem in the
poultry chapter, there are
also numerous appealng re-
cipes in the same chapter
which are suitable for those
following kaahrut.

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In the meats chapter, only
a few recipes call for pork,
and beef 'or lamb would
probably work fine as a sub-
stitute.
Of all the chapters in
Culinary Delights, my per-
sonal favorite is the one on
breads. The recipes are in-
novative and generally
quite healthful, and not one
calls for canned cream of
something soup or flavored
gelatin (as daseveral others
in the book). There are both
yeast-raised and quick
breads, including Bubble
Bread, Dilly Casserole
Bread, Potato Bread,
Oatmeal Muffins, Nut
Bread - Kolachi, Hush Pup-
pies, and several others.
In perusing Culinary De-
lights; I found several addi-
tional recipes that were also
tempting. A few of these in-
clude: Dill Dip in Swedish
Rye Bread, Salmon Ap-
petizer Ball, Chicken
Wings, Chicken Corn Soup,
Meatball Minestrone, Beef
and Vegetable Soup, Cow-
poke Chili, Barbecued Pot
Roast, Garden Vegetable
Salad, Spinach Salad, Pick-
led Fish Fillets, Flounder in
Wine, Fisherman's Pie,
Country Chicken, Grits
Casserole, Apple Dumpl-
ings, Jewish Apple Cake,
Peach Cake, Pecan Butter
Balls, Pennsylvania Dutch
Apple Pudding Pie, Straw-
berry Royale and Peanut
Butter Swirl Bars.
Copies of Culinary De-
lights may be ordered by
sending $8.50 for each book
(includes postage and han-
dling) to: Culinary Delights,
c/o Bill and Elaine Fontz,
7112 Darlington Drive, Bal-
timore, Md. 21234.
Following are a few re-
cipes reprinted from Culi-
nary Delights.
(Note on cookbooks: If you
want your fund-raiser cook-
book considered for review
in this column, please send
a copy plus ordering infor-
mation (and the address and
phone number of a person to
contact) to: Gloria Kaufer
Greene, 6143 Campfire,
Columbia, MD 21045.
Books representing Jewish
organizations and/ featur-
ing kosher recipes will be
given first preference.)

SHIPWRECK
3 or 4 medium raw
potatoes, sliced
1 large raw onion, sliced
1 pound ground beef
1/2 cup uncooked rice
% cup diced celery
1 medium can kidney
beans
1 medium can tomatoes
Salt and pepper, to taste
Preheat the oven at 350
degrees. Place ingredients
in a 2-quart casserole, in
layers, in the order they are
listed, beginning with
potatoes and ending with
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4

tomatoes. Salt and pepper
between each layer. Bake
covered for 2% to 3 hours.
(This can also be cooked in a
crock pot.) Yield: 4 to 6 serv-
ings.

cheese with a wooden spoon.
Turn mixture into a greased
9 x 5 loaf pan. Bake-at 350
degrees for 50 to 60 min-
utes. The bread is done
when center tests dry with a
toothpick. Allow to
thoroughly cool before re-
moving from pan.
This loaf freezes well and
is delicious when served
with sweet butter. Yield: 1
loaf

BLUEBERRY BUCKLE
4 tbsps. (1/2 cup) butter
- % cup sugar
1 egg, well beaten
1 cup flour
1% taps. baking powder
Vs tsp. salt
PEAR SOUP
% cup milk
1 tsp. vanilla
2 pounds fresh Bartlett or
2 cups blueberries
Kieffer pears (can-
ned pears can be
Cream butter and sugar,
substituted)
add egg, beating well. Sift
dry ingredients together 4 cups water
and add alternately with 1/2 tsp. crushed anise seed
milk and vanilla, to 1 stick cinnamon
creamed mixture. Pour bat- % cup honey (use slightly
less with canned
ter into greased and floured
fruit)
8-inch square pan. Cover
1/2 cup raisins
with blueberries.
1/2 cup medium sweet
Crumb Topping:
sherry, brandy or
% cup sugar
madeira
1/2 cup butter
Cook
pears in water with
% cup flour
anise and cinnamon stick,
% tsp. cinnamon
until pears are soft. Canned
Cream sugar and butter. pears need only to be heated
Stir in flour and cinnamon thoroughly. Remove cin-
until mixture is crumbly. namon stick and put pear
Sprinkle over blueberries. mixture through food mill
Bake at 375 degrees for 45 to remove skin and seeds.
minutes. Yield: Serves 8.
Add honey, stirring until
dissolved. Soak raisins in
DIP FOR VEGETABLES wine until plump and put on
top of soup just before serv-
(Low Calorie)
ing. Pear soup is delicious
1/2 cup raisins
1 cup cream-style cottage served piping hot or well
chilled. Yield: 8 servings.
cheese
Copyright 1984, Gloria Kaufer
2 tbsps. cider'vinegar
Greene
% small cut-up onion
1 tsp. chili powder% tsp.
curry powder
' % tsp salt
Tel Aviv U.
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bowl and cover with tap conclave in '86
water. Let stand 10 min-
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Serve chilled with crisp TAU in June.
vegetables.

CHEESE AND APPLE
BREAD
Mare this loaf at least 1
day ahead. It taste better on
the second day.
1/2 pound (1/2 cup) butter
2 eggs
% cup sugar
2 cups flour
11/2 taps. baking powder
% tsp. baking soda
1 tsp. salt
1 cup peeled, cored and
shredded apples
Cup shredded Cheddar
cheese
Cream butter with eggs;
add dry ingredients and mix
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