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November 27, 1987 - Image 120

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-11-27

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Surnames

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excesses and swindling."
Earlier, in forming a secret
police system, Joseph ad-
vised his officers to employ
"anyone who could be of ser-
vice — messengers, drivers,
nay, under certain cir-
cumstances even Jews who
sometimes do good service.
No one should be considered
too low," said Joseph.
With an eye neither exact-
ly malicious nor exactly
friendly, Joseph, who kept
copious diaries, had this wry
observation to make after
visiting a Jewish settlement
in the Crimea: "The Jews
have to content themselves
with one woman until she
becomes ugly or weak-eyed,
and only then may they
marry another. If this law
were introduced in Vienna,

many women would begin to
wear glasses in order to get
rid of their husbands."

Some Jews who saw
through Joseph's Juden Or-
dinanz resisted his measures,
for example, those who found
ways to dodge the army and
those who found a way
around taking German
names. But eventually most
Jews took happy advantage
of the opportunity to become
Western "menschen." The
Jews of the Austrian Empire
formed a long list of out-
standing contributors to Ger-
man culture up until our own
time, when Darkness over-
took Enlightenment in the
German-speaking world. ❑

David Bittner is a writer who
lives in Florida.

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1/2 pound medium noodles,
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3 eggs, beaten
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Mix the noodles with the
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tablespoons of melted
margarine.
Grease a baking dish with
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Heat it in the oven. When the
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Blend the cottage cheese,
egg yolks, cornstarch, sugar,
and salt. Beat the egg whites
until stiff and fold into the
cottage cheese mixture. Drop
by tablespoons on a hot,
greased griddle. Lower heat
and cook on one side until
puffed and dry. Then turn
with a spatula and brown
lightly on the other side.
Serve with fruit, berries, sour
cream, or jelly. Two servings.

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SUFGANIOT
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1/2 package dried yeast
1 cup warm water (105-115
degrees)
2 cups flour, sifted
2 tsps. sugar
1 tsp. salt
1 egg, well beaten
oil for frying
Sprinkle the yeast over the
warm water. Let it stand un-
til dissolved. Sift the flour
with sugar and salt, and add

the egg. Add the yeast, and
beat well until the mixture is
thoroughly blended. Cover
and put in a warm place (85
degrees) to rise until it
doubles in bulk.
Place oil in a frying pan to
half the height of the pan and
heat. When the oil is hot, drop
the batter by spoonfuls into
the oil. Fry on both sides un-
til latkes are a golden color.
Drain well on paper toweling.
Sprinkle with granulated
sugar. Serve hot. Six servings.

POTATO PANCAKES
4 large potatoes, grated
3 tblsps. matzah meal
3 eggs, beaten
1 tsp. salt
V4 tsp. pepper
1 tsp. onion powder
oil for frying
Care should be taken to
have all the ingredients ready
for immediate use before
grating the potatoes. (Grated
potatoes that are left stan-
ding turn brown.) It is
desirable to use 2 pans at the
same time to expedite frying
the pancakes.
Grate the potatoes, and
squeeze out as much water as
possible. Mix the grated
potatoes, matzah meal, eggs,
salt, pepper, and onion
powder. Heat oil in a frying
pan. When the oil is hot, drop
the potato mixture by tables-
poons into the oil. Fry on both
sides until brown. Remove
from the oil, and drain on
paper toweling.
The pancakes can be fried
in advance and frozen. Before
serving, lay the pancakes in
one layer on a foil-lined cookie
sheet and reheat in a 375
degree oven for about 20
minutes. Serve with ap-
plesauce. Six servings.

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