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March 06, 1987 - Image 66

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-03-06

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SUPERIOR
FISH CO.

SUGGESTS THAT
MEMORIAL
CONTRIBLI I IONS
BE. MADE
1-011—E
AMERICAN
CANCER
SOCIETY..

SEAFOOD
NOTHING GOES TO WAIST

Fresh Florida

Fresh

YELLOWFIN
TUNA

$7 95 lb.

4 '0

$7 0 0

lb.

Fresh Applewood

Fresh Canadian

WHITEFISH
FILLETS

STONE
CRAB CLAWS

$359 lb.

SMOKED
SALMON

—words that mean people
want to honor a loved one
and want to helD conquer
cancer. Send a Memorial
Gift to your local
ACS Unit.

$4 25 lb.

All Specials Good Through 3-14-87

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SUPERIOR FISH CO.

House of Quality

11 Mile

Serving Metropolitan Detroit for Over 40 Years

309 E. 11 Mile Rd., Royal Oak, Ml • 541-4632

Parking in rear

Mon.-Wed. 8-5
Thurs. & Fri. 8-6
Saturday 8-1

■ •••• ■

& SONS
KT.
6718 Orchard Lake Rd.

Mishloach Manot Treats

FAYGIE BORCHARDT

Special to The Jewish News

T

• 851-8020 •

Fresh

SMOKED CHUBS ... • • ...$4 99b

California Large Size

SWEET ORANGES

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. • .

9doz.

2 lb. pkg.

FRESH CARROTS.. . •

FRESH
ZUCCHINI

49`1e

FRESH
CUT
FLOWERS
DAILY

. .49c

GO LIGHTLY
CANDIES
$1 99 pkg

Wisconsin

MUENSTER CHEESE ..

$1 89b.

24 oz. container Borden's

COTTAGE CHEESE ... . • • . 99c

Tosti

ASTI SPUMANTI WINE ..$5 991/5th

All Specials Good Through March 11th, 1987

66

COOKING

00- THE FAMILy

Friday, March 6, 1987

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

he Megillah tells us
that Purim was made a
day of mutual gift-
giving for all generations.
Specifically, the law is that the
minimum requirement for an
individual fulfilling the
mitzvah of raishloach manot —
sending of gifts — is a gift of
two separate categories of food
(foods over which different
blessings are made, such as
cake and fruit), to at least one
person. We are supposed to
give foods that are ready to eat
(to fulfill our minimum),
rather than those which re-
quire cooking.
Additionally, we must not
forget the mitzvah of "Matanot
Laevyonim — gifts for the
poor. We are required to give
charity to at least two poor
people on Purim. A practical
suggestion is to give your gifts
to a reliable individual, or
organization, with the stipula-
tion that they give those funds
to the poor on Purim.
Here are some ideas for mis-
hloach manot baskets. The giv-
ing of these items to friends
and relatives is a wonderful
way to strengthen joy and good
feelings.

CHOCOLATE-NUT
CLUSTERS
Melt bittersweet chocolate
atop a double broiler. As soon
as it's melted, mix coarsely
chopped almonds and/or pe-
cans through the chocolate,
until nuts are completely
coated. Drop by teaspoonsful
onto a sheet of foil, and let har-
den at room temperature.

TREATS ON A TREE
Purchase some lucite, or in-
expensive plastic, trees — the
kind that have branches stick-
ing out and have a plate as a
base. Stick an assortment of
soft, chewy candies — taffies,
jelly beans, gumdrops — or
dried fruit, on the branches.
Fill the base plate with raisins
and nuts.

PINEAPPLE PLATTER
Cut a fresh pineapple into
quarters, leaving the green
spikes on each. Slice the
pineapple meat at 2" intervals,
leaving the meat on the shells
(Just make vertical slices;
don't cut the slices off the
shells.) Place the quarters in
an "X" shape on a platter, with
the green parts meeting at cen-
ter.
Place strawberry slices be-
tween the sliced pineapple
chunks. Attach red grapes to
the points of the green spikes.
On the platter, in the large
spaces between the four quar-
ters, arrange fresh fruits of
your choice — kiwi rounds,
orange wheels, melon balls,
green grapes, etc. You may
wish to stick frilly toothpicks
into some of the fruits.

BREAKFAST BASKET
Line a basket with paper
placemats and napkins. Fill
with:
fresh rolls or bagels (wrap
in cellophane, to keep
fresh) container of cream
cheese,
one or two ripe tomatoes,
a quart, or individual con-
tainers, of juice, such as
orange or apple-
cranberry,
any other items your reci-
pient would appreciate:
paper plates, plastic cut-
lery, hard-boiled eggs, or
small pastries.

Beth El Nursery
Hosts Open House

Temple Beth El Nursery
School will host an open house,
7:30 p.m. March 17,
Dr. Anne Federlein, a spe-
cialist in early childhood edu-
cation at Oakland University,
will speak on "Playing to
Learn and Learning to Play" in
the Mass Chapel.
Those attending will have an
opportunity to meet with Di-
rector Joy Kaplan and her
staff, view slide presentations
of the program and tour the
facilities.

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