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November 27, 1987 - Image 108

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-11-27

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• 1 cup barley
• 2 large onions, diced
• 1/2 lb. fresh mushrooms, thinly
sliced
• 2 carrots, diced
• 2 stalks celery, diced
• 1-2 taps. oil
• pepper to taste
• 3 sprigs of fresh dill

Add beef and salt to water
and bring to a boil. Brown
vegetables lightly in oil in a
small frying pan. Add veg-
etables, barley and pepper to
soup. Cover and simmer for
21/4 hours or until meat is
tender. Add fresh dill and sim-
mer 10 minutes. Add more
salt and pepper to taste. Can
be frozen. Add a little water
when reheating.

SOUTHWEST OR
RANCHER'S CHILI

• 1 cup chopped onion
• 2 tablespoons margarine
• 1 package (12 ounces) Best
Kosher Beef Frankfurters,
sliced % inch thick
• 40 ounces Best Beef Chili
• 2 cans (16 ounces each)
tomatoes, undrained
• 1 1/z to 2 cups beef broth
• 1 to 2 teaspoons instant
coffee crystals
• Crackers or sourdough bread

Saute onion in margarine in
large saucepan until tender.
Add frankfurters; cook over
medium heat until browned.
Cut chili into chunks; add to
saucepan. Stir in tomatoes,
beef broth and instant coffee.
Cook over medium-high heat
until thoroughly heated.
Spoon into crocks or bowls.
Serve with crackers.
Makes 6 to 8 servings.

FOUR-WAY CHILI

• 40 ounces Best Kosher Beef
Chili
• 11/2 to 2 cups tomato juice
• 2 tablespoons cocoa
• Hot cooked spaghetti
• Chopped green onions and
tops
• Chopped green pepper
• Chopped tomato
Cut chili into chunks; place in

large saucepan. Stir in
tomato juice and cocoa. Cook
over medium-high heat until
thoroughly heated. Spoon
chili mixture over hot spa-
ghetti; top with green onions,
green pepper and tomatoes.
Serve with garlic bread if
desired. Makes 6 servings.

The Games People
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Chanukah, the Festival of
Lights, is a joyous eight-day
celebration in which playing
games has become an impor-
tant part of the holiday. The
dreidel, (a spinning top) has
become in its way as much a
part of Chanukah as the
Chanukah menorah, Chanu-
kah's central symbol.
"Chanukah affirms a sense
of unity with all Jewry," says
Sylvia Ettenberg, Director of
Educational Development at
The Jewish Theological
Seminary of America in New
York. "It is a season for gifts,
for games and for entertain-
ment."
Chanukah celebrates the
successful revolt of the Jews
against the Seleucid Greeks
(Syrians) and their king
Antiochus Epiphanes. An-
tiochus forbade the Jews
from following the Torah. He
banned circumcision and had
idols erected in the Thmple of
Jerusalem. An elderly priest
of Modin, Mattathias, and his
five sons, organized a rebel-
lion which swept aside the
Syrian oppressors and led to
the Jewish people's national
liberation.
In 165 B.C.E., the Thmple
was recaptured by an army
led by Judah Maccabee, the
son of Mattathias. The 'Ibm-
ple was cleansed and rededi-
cated. The Thmple menorah,
the eternal flame, was relit.
As legend has it, in the
process of cleansing the gem-
ple, only one sanctified cruse

of oil was found: enough for
one day. Miraculously, the oil
burned for eight days, enough
time for the priests to prepare
more oil. Jews throughout the
world today continue to kin-
dle lights during this eight
day period to commemorate
the victory of the Maccabees
and the miracle of the oil, a
metaphor for the miracle of
Jewish survival.
Perhaps because the Festi-
val of Lights is observed not
in the synagogue but in the
home, the holiday has found
its natural expression in play-
ing games with family and
friends. It often bridges the
generation gap between
children and parents.
"Dreidel" is probably the
most popular game. It is said
to have its origin in the time
of Antiochus. Jews are forbid-
den to study Torah. At the ap-
proach of his soldiers, Jewish
students would hide their
books and play dreidel, pre-
tending they had only gath-
ered to gamble..
This special top has a
Hebrew letter on each of its
four sides: nun, gimmel, heh,
shin, which are the acrostic
for Nes gadol hayah sham ("A
great miracle happened
there").
The Game of Dreidel: The
game opens with each player
putting an equal amount of
money, candy or other mark-
ers into the "kitty." Each
spins the dreidel. When it
stops, the letter on top deter-

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