ETkoi' JEWISH -NEWS
62' Friday, October 9 1414
Watch And Jewelry Repair
26001 Cooltidge Hwy., Oak Park, MI
Football fan fare from 'Fiddler'
9:30-5:30, Closed Sat.
CANDLE LIMITING TM•6:27
REGULAR DINNER or JUMBO
KOSHER FOODS AVAILABLE AT:
[ MOST STORES
• TELEGRAPH/LONG LAKE IN BLOOMFIELD TWP.
• ORCHARD LAKE/13 MILE RD. IN FARMINGTON HILLS
• TELEGRAPH & MAPLE RD. BLOOMFIELD PLAZA
• 12 MILE/EVERGREEN IN SOUTHFIELD
• ANN ARBOR RD. IN SHELDON PLYMOUTH TWP.
8 A.M. TO 10 P.M.
9 A.M. TO 6 P.M.
PRICES & ITEMS EFFECTIVE THRU OCT. 25. 1984. NO SALES TO DEALERS
CHUCK & BUD'S FRUIT MKT. & DELI
13745 West 9 Mile (corner of Westhampton)
Hours weekdays 8-7 Sun. 7:30-5
Frozen Non-Dairy Kosher Dessert,
Our Regular Everyday Low Price
HEAD LETTUCE .
■ ■ ■ ■
Low Salt, Low Cholesterol
MARLA SWISS .. ......... .2 61b
IDAHO POTATOES 1
2% MILK .
M. ■ ■ ■
$4 79 bag
LARGE BOLOGNA .
SPECIALS GOOD THROUGH OCTOBER 24TH, 1984
Fiddler In The Kitchen, the
cookbook published by Greater
Detroit Section, National Council
of Jewish Women, offers a variety
of finger food recipes to be enjoyed
at football parties or anytime.
The recipes are tested,
classified, cross indexed and easy
to read. Most permit advanced
For serious snackers, one might
try Neil's Guacamole, Tuna
Mousse served with toast points
and cheese in pumpernickel
bread, with the hollowed-out mor-
sels used for dipping.
For mealtime, Fiddler recom-
mends these dishes: Bicycle Jim's
Vegetable Chili, the Mexican
Salad Bowl and Botana Mix.
Almond Brittle Bars, Wiscon-
sin Apple Cake, Black Bottom
miniaure cup cakes and brownies
will provide a sweet ending.
Fiddler in the Kitchen is now in
its second printing, available at
the new NCJW offices, 30233
Southfield, Suite 100, Southfield
48076, 258-6000. Proceeds benefit
local NCJW community service
Following are some sample re-
cipes from Fiddler in the Kitchen:
/4 cup toasted sesame seeds
1 cup flour, sifted
% tsp. salt
% tsp. MSG (optional)
% tsp. ground ginger
% tsp. sugar
1 cup grated sharp Cheddar
1 slightly beaten egg yolk
% cup butter, melted
1 tbsp. water
% tsp. Worcestershire sauce
Toast sesame seeds in warm
oven while sifting dry ingredients
together. Add cheese and sesame
seeds. Combine remaining ingre-
dients and form a ball. Transfer to
a floured pastry cloth and roll out
to 1/2-inch thickness. Cut into 1 x
3-inch strips. Place on ungreased
baking sheet and bake at 350 de-
grees for 10-15 minutes. Yield: 2
NUTS AND BOLTS
% pound butter or margarine
2 tbsps. Worchestershire sauce
1 tsp. celery salt
1 tsp. onion salt
% tsp. garlic salt
4 cups Cheerios
3 cups Wheat Chex
3 cups Rice Chex
3 cups thin pretzels
3 cups peanuts (or mixed nuts)
Melt butter in 3-quart Pyrex
casserole. Mix in rest of ingre-
dients. Bake at 250 degrees 1-2
hours, stirring occasionally.
Yield: 16 cups. Note: May be made
a long time in advance.
For microwave oven: Prepare as
above. Cook on high for 6-8 min-
utes. Stir once during cooking and
ALMOND BRITTLE BARS
Honey graham crackers
(enough to cover pan)
% cup margarine
% cup sugar
Slivered almonds (enough to
Grease a 10 x 15-inch jelly roll
pan. Line entire pan with graham
crackers, each orie touching the
next one. Bring butter, margarine
and sugar to a boil for 2 minutes.
Sprinkle almonds over the
graham crackers and pour the
butter mixture over all. Bake at
350 degrees for 10 minutes. Cut in
squares immediately and remove
cookies from pan before butter
carmelizes. Yield: 4 dozen.
Bicycle Jim's, Ann Arbor
1 /4 cup butter or ',4 cup oil
2% cups chopped onion
3 green peppers, chopped
% celery, chopped
3 cloves garlic, minced
/4 pound fresh mushrooms,.
2 (16-ounce) cans kidney be-
1 (1-pound 12-ounce) can to-
matoes, coarsely chopped
1 tbsp. salt
1 tbsp. cayenne
1 tbsp. chili powder or to taste
1 tbsp. basil
In a large saucepan cook all
fresh vegetables in oil or butter
until soft. Add drained kidney be-
ans, tomatoes and seasonings.
Add enough water to reach consis-
tency desired. Simmer until in- .._
gredients are softened and flavors
well blended. Add more chili pow- .
der if desired. Yield: 10 servings.
B'nai B'rith hits
Senate failure on
Washington (JTA) — B'na i
B'rith International voiced disap-
pointment last week in the failure
of the United States Senate to
ratify the Genocide Convention.
The Senate adopted a "sense of the
Senate" resolution favoring ap -.
"It became clear that the Senate
was using procedures to consider
the treaty without really attempt-
ing to pass it," Gerald Kraft,
president of B'nai B'rith said last
Wednesday in the nation's capi-
tal. Some senators were hoping
to load it with amendments that
in reality would nullify the
treaty," passage of which is "long
overdue," Kraft said.
The convention, which has „
drawn the support of every post-
World War II president except--2
Dwight Eisenhower and has been
ratified by more than 90 coun
tries, was introduced to the Se-
nate for ratification by President
Reagan last month.
Amsterdam (JTA) — The city -
financed Jewish Historical
Museum in Amsterdam will re-
portedly become a national
museum under the auspices of the
Dutch Ministry of Education and
Culture. Its financial position is
expected to improve considerably
as a result of the jurisdictional-