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August 07, 1987 - Image 64

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-08-07

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COOKING

STRICTLY KOSHER MEAT MARKET

26020 Greenfield Rd.
Oak Park in the Lincoln Shopping Center

KEROS CONEYS

CATERED CONEY
ISLAND PARTIES FROM THE
FAMILY THAT BROUGHT
YOU THE DOWNTOWN
CONEY ISLANDS. CONEY
ISLANDS, GREEK SALADS,
ETC. FOR ALL OCCASIONS.

96-4222

GLATT KOSHER MEATS

(at reasonable prices)

Empire

544-8019

FRESH CHICKEN LEGS
89° lb.
BABY BEEF RIBS ..............$139 lb.
RIB STEAK . ..... . ...... .....$3.99 lb.
CORNISH HENS...............$1.29 lb.

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Are Natural Noshes

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HONEYDEWS

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SANTA ROSA PLUMS

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CORN

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FRESH CUT
FLOWERS
DAILY

FRESH
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FRESH GLADIOLAS

GRAPES
Juicy and flavorful, grapes
are a treat eaten out of hand.
For fruit platters, use scissors
to cut the stems into neat lit-
tle clusters.
Frozen grapes on toothpicks
are a nice treat for dieters to
suck on, as are frozen
bananas.

Attention Local Cooks

Sweet

HAWAIIAN PINEAPPLE

......

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79c

All Specials Good Through August 12th, 1987

64

he abundance of fresh
produce currently in
the markets can pro-
vide you and your family with
a large variety of tasty salads,
nourishing soups and natural
"noshes." Here are some ideas
to help you make the most of
the blessing of summertime
bounty.
STRAWBERRIES
A member of the rose fami-
ly, the strawberry may be the
most beautiful fruit of all.
Mix sliced berries with
honeydew balls and some
pineapple juice. Servein par-
fait glasses, garnished with
flaked coconut.
You can attach whole
strawberries, stems. down, to
the tops of skewers. Dip the
berries into melted chocolate,
up to within an inch or two of
the stems. Lay on sheets of
foil to harden. Stick the
strawberries into a honeydew
basket for a centerpiece, or
serve them individually, on
toothpicks instead of skewers,
atop scoops of vanilla ice
cream. ,
NEW POTATOES
These are delicious as
potato salad. Instead of the
usual mayonnaise-drenched
version, try this lighter, very
tasty salad.
Boil potatoes in their skins;
peel and dice while still
warm. Add chopped cucumber
(one long cuke to eight small
potatoes), chopped sour

pickle, a hint of chopped
onion or onion powder and
your favorite oil-vinegar
dressing. Dressing should be
mildly tangy. A bit of sugar
may be added, to taste.
Refrigerate several hours
before serving.
STRING BEANS
Crisp and fresh, these are a
favorite of many. Steamed
beans are a tasty standby, but
did you know that they are
excellent raw? Wash and
remove tips, then place beans
in a bowl. Even children will
eat them by the handful, once
_they've tried them.
KOHLRABI
Kohlrabi usually come
three to a bunch. With a
cabbage-like flavor and crun-
chy texture, they can be eaten
cooked or raw. Peel off the
thick skin. Drop the kohlrabi
into chicken or vegetable
soup, or grate, raw, into cole
slaw. Since cabbage is a
vegetable that requires
meticulous, skillful checking
for insects by Jewish law, us-
ing kohlrabi is a good alter-
native, when one is pressed
for time or unfamiliar with
the proper halachic inspec-
tion process.

FRIDAY, AUG. 7, 1987

1/2 gal.

Have you got a favorite recipe you'd like to share? The
Jewish News is looking for recipes, family favorites, for a
forthcoming column. The recipes must be kosher. They can
be holiday specialties, appetizers, soups, salads, breakfasts,
lunches, dinners, desserts, breads. Submissions must be
typed on 8Y2x131 paper, and should be written in such a way
that the whole family can participate in making the recipe.
Include your name, address and daytime phone number.
Send recipes to Heidi Press, News Editor, The Jewish
News, 20300 Civic Center, Southfield, 48076. Caterers,
housewives, singles, men, women, children, grandparents,
all are invited to contribute recipes. Only typed contribu-
tions will be considered.

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