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November 25, 1988 - Image 89

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-11-25

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tow we low fold

ur Sincere thanks to
you for allowing us to
serve you and may this
Joyous Holiday Bring
ou Health, Prosperity
nd Pea

REE Dreydl

with any purchase
from this ad

while supply lasts

Best Wishes FoitA
Happy Chanukah Season

From the Great Scott! family. Candle lighting time 4:45pm.

Common Cents

By Sharon Stein

I

remember when grating potatoes was the only way to
make latkes. Fortunately for us potatoe pancake lovers, we
now have many options that replace the grater. I am sure
that there are some cooks that still grate and feel that no
other way tastes the same-. For those of you that are more
open minded you may try food processers, blenders and my
favorite (the one I feel is closest in texture to those grated
for generations) the meat grinder. I have a hand grinder but
if you have the electric variety so much the better. Put your
onions cut in quarrers and potatoes through the meat grinder
at the "same time so that the onions will not slide.
Another latke tip is to. separate your eggs and beat the
whites until stiff, this makes for lighter latkes. I was going
to print my recipe for potato pancakes, however I realized
it was one of those that consisted of a pinch of this and a
bit of that, after all potatoes are all not the same size and
neither are onions.
I am sure that no matter what recipe you use, your latkes
will be great. Have a Happy Chanukah, and be sure to stop
by Great Scott! and pick up a free dreydl for the kinder.

Yours TYuly,

save .28

Breakstone
Sour Cream

You Don't Have To Grate To
Get Great Potatoe Pancakes!

109

Empire 24 oz. bag

16 oz. cup

Potato
Pancake Mix

Carmel Kosher 6 oz. box

Mott's
Apple Sauce

24 oz. jar

Potato
Triangles

save .40

Idaho
Potatoes

save .40

.99

save 1.20

79

8 lb. bag



save .18

.89

There is a friendly Great Scott! near you:

• 12 Mile & Evergreen
Southfield 943-3580
• Telegraph & Maple
Bloomfield Plaza 943-3326
• Telegraph & Long Lake
Bloomfield Hills 943-3311

• Hunter & Maple
Birmingham 943-3705
• Orchard Lk. & 13 Mile
Farmington Hills 943-3317
• 11 Mile & Middlebelt
Farmington Hills 943-3701
Most Stores Open Daily 7am to 10pm Sunday Sam-9pm.

Prices & items effective from Fri. Nov 25 thru Thurs. Dec.1, 1988. We reserve
the right to limit quantities. No sales to dealers or minors.

FRI.
NOV.
25

SAT.
NOV.
26

SUN.
NOV.
27

MON.
NOV.
28

TUES.
NOV.
29

WED.
NOV.
30

THURS.
DEC.

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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