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September 11, 1987 - Image 78

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-09-11

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.

• 1 to 11/2 tablespoons brown
sugar
• 1 to 11/2 tablespoons flour
• salt to taste
• freshly ground pepper to taste

Preheat oven to 350
degrees. Slice the onion and
brown it and the meat in the
fat in a heavy skillet on top of
the stove. Place the meat and
the onion in a large roasting
pan with cover.
Wash the carrots, peeling
them if desired, and cut into
thick coins. Cut the lemon in-
to thin slices. Peel potatoes
and cut into chunks. Place
the carrots, prunes, lemon,
sweet potatoes, and white
potatoes around the meat in
the roasting pan.
Combine two cups of boiling
water with the orange juice
and set aside. Mix together
the brown sugar and flour in
equal amounts, adding more
or less for the desired amount
of sweetness. Add just enough
plain hot water to the sugar-
flour mixture to make a
watery paste, then add this to
the orange juice mixture. Stir
well and pour over the meat,
fruit and vegetables. Add
more boiling water to the

roasting pan to cover the
brisket and other ingredients.
Cover and bake for 4 hours.
Uncover and bake for 30
minutes more. The meat
should be well browned.
Serves 8.

KUGEL

• 1 pound broad egg noodles,
broken
• 2 eggs, separated
• 2 tablespoons vegetable oil
• 2 tablespoons sugar
• '/2 teaspoon salt
• %teaspoon cinnamon
• 1/8 teaspoon nutmeg
• 3/4 cup golden raisins
• % cup broken walnuts
(optional)

Preheat oven to 350
degrees. Cook noodles in boil-
ing water untiTtender, drain,
but keep noodles moist. Beat
egg yolks, then beat in oil,
sugar, and salt. Fold into the
noodles. In a separate bowl,
combine spices with fruit and
nuts; mix well and fold into
the noodle mixture. Beat egg
whites until stiff but not dry;
fold into noodles.
Pour into a well-greased
1 1/2-quart casserole dish. Bake
for 45 minutes or until top is
browned. Serves 6.

LOCAL NEWS)

Lubavitch Cite Allan
At Dinner Wednesday

Norman Allan

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FRIDAY, SEPT. 11, 1987

Norman Allan will be
honored by the Lubavitch
Foundation Wednesday at a
concert and dinner at
Masonic Temple, featuring
violinist Itzhak Perlman.
Allan is one of the state's
leading gemologists, diamon-
tologists and importers of
precious gems, and founder
and head of the Norman
Allan Companies in
Michigan, Alaska and Japan,
the E.L. Rice Companies in
Detroit and Arizona, and
World-Wide Jewelers Inc. of
Detroit.
Allan is active in Adat
Shalom synagogue, in the
Young Israel movement, and
received the humanitarian

award from the National
Council of Young Israel in
1983. He also is a member of
other area congregations.
He was vice president of
Jewish National Fund in
1960, has been chairman of
Capital for Israel since 1966,
and a chairman in the Detroit
Israel Bond Committee since
1952. He is a life member of
the Zionist Organization of
America, the Universal
Yeshiva of Jerusalem and the
American Committee of Bar-
Ilan University.
He is a former chairman of
the Trustees Committee for
Israel Bonds, a member of the
Prime Minister's Club, and
founder of the
Mediterranean-to-Dead Sea
Canal. Allan also is a founder
of the American Committee
for Shaare Zedek Hospital in
Jerusalem, of Ben-Gurion
University, of the Technion of
the Weizmann Institute of
Science, and of Hebrew
University.
In 1979 Allan and the
late Esther Allan founded the
Norman and Ester Allan
Child Day Center in Haifa,
Israel. He was also on the
board of directors of the North
American Bank in Jerusalem
and a chai founder of Boy's
Town, Jerusalem.
Allan has received many

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