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October 20, 1989 - Image 66

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-10-20

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SAM'S
FRUIT
MKT.
25282 Greenfield Rd.

DAILY 7 AM-7 PM
SUNDAY AM-6 PM
CLOSED SATURDAY

Sukkot Dining

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T QUALITY
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AT TI-IE
LOWEST PRICES

Just North of 10 Mile

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1 teaspoon chopped
garlic
1 bay leaf
2 teaspoons salt
1 /4 teaspoon pepper
3 /4 to 1 pound beef
sausage, cooked and
sliced thickly
Wash split peas in cold water,
several times. Drain well.
Place in large pot with 5 cups
cold water and bring to boil.
Skim off any froth from sur-
face. Add all remaining ingre-
dients, except sausage. Cover
and cook at simmer for 1
hour. Stir in sausage, cover
and cook 1/2 hour longer. Ad-
just seasoning. Serve hot.
Serves 4 to 6.
Place lettuce leaves in boil-
ing water for 1 minute to
blanch. Remove and refresh
under cold running water.
Drain on paper towels. In a
medium sized bowl, mix
breadcrumbs, ground beef, 1
egg, salt and pepper. Shape
into 12 egg-sized balls. Place
a ball on stem end of lettuce
leaf and roll, tucking ends in
like an envelope. Repeat with
remaining lettuce and meat
mixture. Lightly beat remain-
ing egg. Dip lettuce rolls in
beaten egg, then in matzo
meal to cover, then beaten egg
again. Heat about 'A cup oil
in a large skillet. Quickly
fry letfuce rolls over high
heat, turning to brown all
over. Lower heat and add
broth and lemon juice. Cover
and simmer for 45 minutes.
Remove to serving dish.
Reduce liquid in pan to about
1 /2 cup. Add tomatoes and
basil and bring to boil. Pour
over stuffed lettuce and serve
hot. Serves 4 to 6.

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DR. JONATHAN ARDEN,
son of Dr. and Mrs. Eugene
Arden of Southfield, has been
appointed deputy chief
medical examiner of
Brooklyn, N.Y. (Kings
County).

JOSEPH GUTTMAN,
retired professor of art history
at Wayne State University
and adjunct curator at the
Detroit Institute of Arts, has
published his 18th book,
Sacred Images: Studies in
Jewish Art from Antiquity to
the Middle Ages, published by
Variorum.

REBECCA RISEMAN,
daughter of Beth and Carl
Riseman of Lapeer, has begun
a two-year service in the
Peace Corps in Kenya where
she will teach English.

Lillian Yashinsky
To Retire

LILLIAN YASHINSKY,
principal secretary for public
relations at the Jewish Com-
munity Council, announced

This is a perfect dish for
leftover roast meats. Beef or
turkey may be substituted for
lamb.

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remaining cabbage. Lightly
cover with foil. Place in
preheated oven and cook for
45 to 60 minutes until cab-
bage is tender crunchy, not
soft. Remove foil last 10
minutes of cooking. Sprinkle
with paprika and serve hot.
Serves 4 to 6. 0
©1989 Ethel G. Hofman. All
Rights Reserved.

J

CABBAGE AND LAMB
CASSEROLE
1 small head green
cabbage (about 1 1/2
pounds), shredded
1 onion, peeled and
chopped
2 tablespoons oil
1 /4 cup tomato sauce
2 tablespoons water
1/2 teaspoon salt
11/2 teaspoons curry
powder
4-6 thick slices roasted
lamb
paprika for garnish
Preheat oven to 375F. In a
large bowl, combine shredded
cabbage and onion. In
separate cup, mix oil, tomato
sauce, water, salt and curry
powder and pour over cab-
bage. Stir to coat. In a 2 1/2
quart baking dish, place half
the cabbage mixture. Arrange
sliced lamb over and top with

Lillian Yashinsky

her retirement this week.
Yashinsky's 21-year tenure
included such responsibilities
as coordinating the communi-
ty calendar for all of metro-
Detroit's Jewish organiza-
tions and maintaining Coun-
cil's member organization
records.

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