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February 28, 1986 - Image 40

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-02-28

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

40 Friday, February 28, 1986

truce m. weiss



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And written words don't flow for you,
Let the "write words" from my pen pour,
To make a portrait fresh and new.
A character sketch I will create,
To mark whatever you celebrate.
So let my "Write Words" speak for you,
And convey portraits, Oh so true!

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Quick Meals

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1/2 tsp. dried basil leaves
1 pound skinless turbot or
1 /4 tsp. dried thyme leaves
flounder fillets (or similar
Dash of red hot pepper sauce
fish)
Pinch of salt
For the sauce, melt the butter 2 tbsps. butter or margarine
in a medium-sized saucepan 1 cup very small broccoli
over medium-high heat. Add the
florets and peeled stem
carrots, celery, onion, basil and
slices
marjoram, and cook, stirring V4 cup thinly sliced sweet red
constantly, for about 5 minutes
bell pepper or canned --
or just until the carrot is crisp-
pimiento
tender.
1 scallion, including green
Stir the flour into the vegeta-
top, thinly sliced
bles until well mixed; then 3 oz. (3 4 cup, packed) grated
slowly pour in the hot milk,
part-skim mozzarella
while constantly stirring to
cheese
avoid lumps. As soon as the
In a mediutp-sized bowl, beat
sauce thickens and comes to a
boil, reduce the heat, and sim- together the eggs, water, herbs,
mer the sauce for 2 minutes, hot pepper sauce and salt. Set
stirring frequently. Adjust the aside.
In a 10-inch nonstick skillet,
seasonings to taste. Cover the
sauce, and leave it over very low over medium-high heat, melt
heat while you poach the fish. the butter. Add the broccoli, and
Stir it occasionally so it does not saute for 1 minute. Add 3 tbsps.
water to the skillet, cover it
form a "skin" on top.
To poach the fish, combine the tightly, reduce the heat, and
water, vinegar, pepper and bay steam the broccoli for 3 minutes
leaf in a large, deep skillet. or until bright green and just
Bring to a boil over medium- crisp-tender.
high heat; then reduce the heat,
Remove the, cover, stir in the
so the liquid simmers. Add the red . pepper and scallion, and
fish fillets, in one layer or just continue cooking, while stirring
slightly overlapping, and bring constantly, for about a minute
back to a simmer. Simmer very longer or until all the liquid has
gently for 3 to 5 minutes or just evaporated from the skillet.
until the fish become opaque.
Evenly spread the vegetables in
(Do not overcook the fillets or the skillet.
they may fall apart.) Carefully
Pour all the egg mixture on
remove the fillets with a slotted,
flat "pancake turner." Drain top, and let it cook undisturbed
them very well, and put them until the eggs are partially set.
on a serving platter. Spoon the Lift the egg "pancake". with a
warm sauce over the fillets, and spatula, and allow any uncooked
garnish the platter with fresh egg to run underneath. When
parsley sprigs (if desired), and the fritatta is almost completely
serve immediately. Makes about set, sprinkle the cheese on top.
4 servings. Cover the skillet, and heat just
until the cheese is melted. Slide
the whole frittata out onto a
BROCCOLI FRITTATA
serving platter, and cut it into
6 large eggs (or 4 large eggs
pieces to serve. Makes 2 to 3
plus 3 large egg whites)
servings.
2 tbsps. water
Copyright -1986 Gloria Kaufer
2 tbsps. chopped fresh
Greene
parsley leaves

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turned him to Zagreb in north-
ern Yugoslavia for trial on
murder charges.
Two Jewish orgaizations
which have closely monitored
the legal proceedings involving
Artukov — the Los Angeles-
based Simon Wiesenthal Center
and the World Jewish Congress
— immediately expressed their
gatitude to the Justice and
State Departments fol. their
persistent efforts leading to
Arttikovic's extradition.
The 86-year-old Artukovic, of
Seal Beach, a seaside commun-
ity south of Los Angeles, is
accused by the Justice Depart-
ment of the wartime persecution
or murder of 700,000 Serbians,
40,000 gypsies and 28,000 Jews
'‘ while he was Interior Minister
for Croatia.
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cal and health' related ailmets,
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New York (JTA) — After
more than 30 year s, numerous
legal proceedings and two for-
mal extradition requests, ac-
cused war criminal Andrij a
Artukovic boarded a plane last
week bound for Yugoslavia
where he will face charges
stemming from this activities as
a senior official with the Nazi
puppet state of Croatia during
World War 11.
Artukovic departed from Ken-
nedy International Airport after
Supreme Court Justice Willian
Rehnquist, without comment,
refused to block his extradition.
The Tanjug news agency, the
official Yugoslav news agency in
Belgrade, reported that Artuk-
ovic had arrived. The news agen-
cy said "Artukovic was trans-
ferred to Yugoslavia and turned
over to court authorities."
In Washington, the State
Department said the accused

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