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October 06, 1989 - Image 64

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-10-06

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COMPOTE OF FRESH
SEASONAL FRUITS
3 c. water
1 c. sugar
fresh lemon juice to taste
3 large apples, cut in
chunks
3 pears, cut in chunks
4 plums, sliced
1 c. (or more) grapes
In a large pot, boil the
water, sugar and lemon juice
for about 10 minutes to make
a light syrup. Add the cut
fruit and bring to a boil
again. Quickly turn down the
heat and let the mixture sim-
mer for 10-15 minutes, just
until the fruit is tender. Chill
and serve cold. (If you don't
peel the fruit, the syrup will
turn a beautiful pink.) Serves
8-10.
NO-CHOLESTEROL
DATE BREAD
1 c. chopped dates (or
date nuggets

hot water
2 c. flour
3 /4 tsp. salt
11/2 tsps. baking soda
% c. brown sugar, firmly
packed
1/2 c. sugar
Y4 c. safflower oil
1/2 c. chopped almonds
(optional)
Cover and soak dates in hot
water to cover for one hour.
Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
Spray a 9x5 loaf pan with
Pam.
Combine dry ingredients in
medium mixing bowl. Stir in
oil, combining until the mix-
ture resembles coarse crumbs.
Add nuts, if used.
Add the date/water mixture
in two parts, mixing well
after each addition. Stir until
smooth. Pour the batter into
the prepared pan. Bake for
45-60 minutes, or until a
wood pick comes out clean.
Makes 1 loaf.

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553-2165

lb break the fast after Yom
Kippur, residents, family
members and community
members are invited to a buf-
fet. Following are some of the
items served.
SALMON QUICHE
2 pie shells, unbaked
1 16 oz. can of red
salmon, drained and
deboned
1 can toasted onion
rings.
Put 1/2 of each can into
each pie shell.
1 cup milk
1 cup mayonnaise
11/2 tbsp. lemon juice
1 tbsp. mustard
2 well beaten eggs
Divide the salmon and the
toasted onion rings into each
pie shell, set aside. In a bowl,
mix together the remaining
ingredients. Divide that mix-
ture in half and pour into
each pie shell, over the
salmon and toasted onion
rings. Bake at 325 degrees for
40 to 45 minutes. This also
makes a nice lunch meal
when served with a salad.
SWEET NOODLE
KUGEL
5 eggs
1 cup light brown sugar
2 tbsp. cinnamon
1 cup raisins
Juice of 1 lemon
1 can apple pie filling (or
grated or chopped
fresh apples)
1 /4 cup oil
1 lb. medium egg noodles
Cook noodles as directed on
package, drain when cooked

and add Y4 cup oil. Beat eggs
well and add sugar, cin-
namon, raisins, lemon juice
and apple pie filling.
Grease a three quart pan.
Combine the noodles and the
egg mixture in a large bowl,
and place in the greased pan.
Bake at 350 degrees for one
hour. Slice into squares.
Serves 12 to 15 guests.
Note: Before serving,
canned cherry pie filling may
be warmed and spread on top
of the kugel for a more festive
look and taste.

NEWS

Arens Blames
Jews In U.S.

Los Angeles (JTA) — The
Jewish leadership in the
United States bears some of
the responsibility for the low
percentage of Soviet Jews
opting to settle in Israel,
Moshe Arens, Israel's for-
eign minister, charged here.
The responsibility, he said,
lies both in "enticing"
Soviet Jews to come to
America and in the lack of
large-scale U.S. aliyah to
Israel, which would serve as
a role model for Soviet
emigres.
"When Soviet Jews see
American Jews going on
aliyah, they will go, too,"
Arens told a group of some
60 Californians planning to
settle in Israel. He spoke
during a five-day visit before
attending the United
Nations General Assembly.

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