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COOKING

Thanksgiving

Continued from Page 82

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FRIDAY, NOV. 20 1987

Stuffing for Turkey
Pineapple Sweet Potatoes
• Steamed Brussels Sprouts or
Broccoli
• Succotash (Steamed Corn
and Lima Beans)
• Cranberry-Walnut Pie or
Pecan Pie

CREAMY CHICKEN
SOUP WITH APPLES
I first learned of this
unusual soup — from
Woerne's European Pastry
Shop and Restaurant in Seat-
tle, Washington — when an
admirer asked Bon Appetit
magazine to print the recipe.
Following is my adaptation,
which seems to be perfectly
suited to a Jewish-American
Thanksgiving celebration.
(Hint: Save some leftover
broth and chicken from to-
night's chicken soup to use for
this recipe.)

• 3 tablespoons pareve
margarine, divided
• 1 large onion, finely
chopped
• 3 large carrots, diced
• 2 celery stalks, diced
• 3 large Granny Smith ap-
ples, peeled, cored, and thin-
ly sliced
• 1/2 teaspoon dried marjoram
leaves
• 14 cup all-purpose flour
• 6 cups chicken broth,
• preferably homemade (or a
good-quality canned broth)
• 2 cups diced cooked chicken
• Salt and ground black pep-
per to taste
• 1 to 2 teaspoons apple cider
vinegar (optional)

In a 4-quart saucepan or
soup pot, melt 2 tablespoons
of the margarine over medi-
um-high heat; then cook the
onion, carrots, and celery,
stirring often, until they are
tender but not browned. Add
the apples and marjoram, and
cook, stirring, for 2 minutes.
Reduce the heat to low, and
add the remaining 1 table-
spoon margarine. Sprinkle
the flour over the other
ingredients. Cook, stirring
constantly, for 2 minutes.
Slowly stir in the broth. In-
crease the heat to medium,
and cook, stirring, until the
soup thickens and comes to a
gentle boil. Add the chicken,
and cook a minute or two
longer or just until it is
heated through. Taste the
soup and adjust the season-
ings as needed. If the soup
seems to be too sweet, add
vinegar as desired. Makes
about 8 servings.
PAREVE CORNBREAD
MUFFINS
• 1/2 cup (1 stick) pareve

margarine, melted
• 11/2 cups yellow cornmeal,
preferably stone ground
• 1 cup all-purpose flour
• 2 large eggs
• Y4 cup sugar
• 1 cup water
• 21/2 teaspoons baking
powder
• 1/2 teaspoon salt
• 1/4 teaspoon chili powder
(optional; adds some "zip")

'"'"•'"im"mwmil NEWS

UN Opens Files On

Nazi War Criminals

United Nations (JTA) —
United Nations Secretary
General Javier Perez de
Cuellar announced last week
the opening of files on more
than 40,000 suspected Nazi
war criminals to governments
and scholars.
His announcement was im-
mediately hailed by Israel,
long a proponent of the open-
ing, as "an historic and
courageous decision!'
Perez de Cuellar said in a
statement read by his spokes-
man that the decision fol-
lowed consultations with the
17 former members of the
U.N. War Crimes Commis-
sion (WCC) regarding wider
access to the archives. Until
this change in policy, the files
of the long defunct WCC had
been accessible only to the
governments of United Na-
tions member states. The files
are currently located in the
UN archives in Manhattan.
The Secretary General an-
nounced that "under the new
rules and procedures now ap-
proved, the charge files and
the related papers will be
available to governments for

official research into, and in-
vestigation and prosecution
of, war crimes.
"Access for governments
has been broadened'. Not only
may governments continue to
request information on specif-
ic individuals, but they now
may ask for access for general
research."
Continuing, the statement
said: "While the original files
are in a fragile and delicate
condition and access will nor-
mally be to microfilm copies,
governments can upon specif-
ic request, consult the ori-
ginal files when this is re-
quired for investigation and
prosecution of specific in-
dividuals. Copies of the files
will be provided, at cost, to
governments when requested
in accordance with the new
rules. Copies will not other-
wise be made available!'
The Secretary General fur-
ther decided that the files
"will also be opened for bona
fide research by individuals
into the history and work of
the United Nations War
Crimes Commission and into
war crimes.

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