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March 10, 1989 - Image 74

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-03-10

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COOKING I

'LOOK FOR THIS EMBLEM AT

ME BER

DETROIT
RETAIL
KOSHER

NEAT
DEALERS
ASSOC.

MEMBER MARKETS OF THE
DETROIT AREA KOSHER RETAIL
MEAT DEALERS ASSOCIATION

WINTER SPECIALS

Why Fight
the Crowds
at the Mall?

Something's New
In Kosher Food World

SUNDAY, MARCH 12th THROUGH THURSDAY, MARCH 16th

EMPIRE OVEN READY

BARBECUED TURKEY .

. • • . . • • • $ 189 lb.

GLORIA KAUFER GREENE

EMPIRE

POTATO PANCAKES ...

Special to The Jewish News



■ ■ ■ ■ ■

R

$11290..

EMPIRE

CHICKEN & TURKEY FRANKS .

Limited supplies while supply lasts

$1 091b.

YOU CAN DEPEND ON OUR MEMBER MARKETS!

NEW ORLEANS
HARVARD ROW
KOSHER MEAT MARKET KOSHER MEAT MARKET

15600 W. 10 MILE RD.
at Greenfield
New Orleans Mall
Southfield 569-1323

21780 W. 11 MILE RD.
at Lahser
Harvard Row Mall
Southfield 356-5110

BERNARD & SONS
KOSHER MEATS

DEXTER-DAVISON
KOSHER MEAT MARKET

29214 ORCHARD LAKE RD.
Farmington Hills
851-2788

25760 COOLIDGE .
at 10 Mile
Dexter-Davison Mall
Oak Park LI 8-6800

COHEN & SON
KOSHER MEAT MARKET

26035 COOLIDGE Near Lincoln Rd.
Oak Park LI 7-4121

OUR MEMBER MARKETS USE ONLY THE FINEST OF EMPIRE
AND ADAS KOSHER POULTRY, BROUGHT IN FRESH DAILY.
WE DO NOT PRE-PACKAGE OUR MEATS AND POULTRY. YOU,
THE CONSUMING PUBLIC, HAVE THE RIGHT TO SELECT YOUR
MEAT AND POULTRY FROM A DISPLAYED COUNTER.

IOW FEATURING' PRIME INNER BRAND GLATT
EISNER NAVIN WEISS PACKING COME

Unique
Fashion Sweats
For
Men, Women
And Children

_Always 20% Off

SUPERIOR
FISH CO.

to

Seafood: Nothing Goes
to Waist

o

Shell-On

only at

TOP IT OFF

3015 W. 12 Mile Rd.

Berkley

547-5992

Across from the
• Berkley Theater

Extended
Holiday Hours

COCKTAIL SHRIMP

$7.99

lb.

Exp. 3-18-89

Fresh Boned

IDAHO RAINBOW TROUT

$3.89

lb.

Exp. 3-18-89j

Fresh Lake

WHITEFISH FILLETS

$3.99

*4,a

11 Mile

1 1 •

lb.

Exp. 3-18-89j

SUPERIOR FISH CO.
House of Quality

Serving Metropolitah Detroit for Over 40 Years

309 E. 11 Mile Rd., Royal Oak, MI • 541.4632

74

FRIDAY, MARCH 10, 1989

Parking in rear

Mon.-Wed. 8-5
Thurs. & Fri. 8-6
Saturday 8.1

HIGH SCHOOL
REUNIONS
FOR 1989

Central 1938
Northern & Central
1900-1939
Central 1939

Call

CLASS
REUNIONS PLUS
773-8820

ecently, my family

and I took a tasty
kosher bite out of
"The Big Apple" when we at-
tended the International
Kosher Foods & Jewish Life
Expo at the Passenger Ship
Terminal on Manhattan's
Hudson riverfront. There
were so many good things to
eat that my strapping
13-year-old son with his
usually insatiable appetite
couldn't even tackle it all.
Just inside the door we
were greeted by the umbrella-
topped carts of Mendel's Hay-
mish Brand. At a previous
kosher food show, Mendel's
made a bit hit with imitation
seafood called "It's Not
Crab!", "It's Not Shrimp!"
and "It's Not Lobster!" At
this year's expo, the very suc-
cessful company introduced
palatable new products that
fall into the salad category,
and will be available in the
supermarket refrigerator
case. These include humus
(chickpea dip), baba
ghanoush (eggplant salad),
and a mushroom salad.
Also introduced at the expo
was Mrs. Margareten's
Parvemage — pareve cheese
that Lucille Margareten de-
scribes as being "parveli-
cious." The line is still being
developed, so only an imita-
tion sour cream (made with
rice flour, not soy products),
and Parmesan cheese were
available for tasting. In the
near future, the company ex-
pects to have pareve moz-
zarella, Cheddar, Monterey
jack, Swiss, American Slices
and cream cheese.
There were plenty of good
treats for chocoholics.
Legume, Inc. (makers of
several tofu-filled frozen en-
trees) had samples of its new
line of pareve Barat Tofu
Chocolate, which tasted like
milk chocolate.
Krum's Chocolatiers offered
tastes of its pareve Kosher for
Passover candy, including
Chocolate Mini Matzos, Al-
mond Krunch and Coconut
Dainties, while Bartons pro-
vided samples of some of its
irresistible filled chocolates.
A new company, Dream
Confections Ltd., introduced
its first product called Dream
Cups. These are individually-
wrapped, bite-size candy cups
in three flavors: chocolate
filled with cream or peanut
butter, and all peanut butter
(no chocolate). While dairy,
these kosher delights are

.

Cholov Yisroel; that is, they
use only specially-approved
milk.
Not to be outdone by the
other chocolate manufac-
turers, Nestle Food Corpora-
tion had one of the largest dis-
plays. It included an enor-
mous chocolate apple "cut
open" to reveal some Manhat-
tan buildings — a hand-
crafted piece which was
created for "The Confec-
tioner's Art" show organized
by the American Craft Mu-
seum. In addition, the com-
pany's master chocolatier
formed about 75 pounds of
chocolate into an outsized
dreidel, menorah, tablets of

Humus, baba
ghanoush and
mushroom salad
are just a few of
the new products
on the market.

the Ten Commandments, star
of David, and other Judaic
symbols especially for the
kosher expo. Nestles provided
visitors with free candy bars
and hot chocolate mix, and
also had a kosher caterer
bake delectable chocolate
ruggelah. The recipe for this
and other kosher goods can be
obtained by phoning
1-800-NESTLES.
When it came to sweets,
manufacturers of frozen
desserts and baked goods pro-
ved to be stiff competition for
the chocolate companies.
Brice Foods Inc. offered
samples of a delicious frozen
dairy yogurt (my favorite
flavor was cappuccino), while
Barracini Foods Inc. provided
it's abfulite Non-Dairy Frozen
Dessert in a very tasty straw-
berry version. Tofulite is also
available as pareve chcolate-
dipped bars on sticks. Paleta
exhibited its very popular
Frozfruit bars and also offered
samples of its new cheesecake
pre-packaged in individual
servings with a spoon.
Other baked goods on dis-
play were Entemann's new
pareve Eclairs and a new ver-
sion of its fruit and Fibre
Mtiffins. Pepperidge Farm of-
fered small, sample packages
of its new American Collec-
tion cookies.
A few exhibitors did not pro-
vide edible samples but
nevertheless had products
that tempted the taste buds.
Foremost among this group
was The Kosher Gourmet
Continued on Page 76

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