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October 27, 1989 - Image 98

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-10-27

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I COOKING

Sophisticated

Continued from preceding page

Isram Travel, the largest U.S. tour
operator to Israel, introduces new
money-saving packages to Israel this
winter. Now available with TWA's
non-stop service to Tel Aviv on
Fridays.

Choose from 10 or 15 day tours to Tel
Aviv, Haifa, Tiberias and Jerusalem.
Sightseeing, breakfast and hotel
accommodations included.

Or mix and match from select hotels
in Jerusalem and Tel Aviv on one of
our 6 night hotel packages ,and we'll
provide you with a free car during
your stay.

To find out more about Isram's new
TWA Friday packages and wide
selection of quality tours to Israel, ask
your travel agent or call:

(212) 477-2352 • (800) 223-7460

'Packages must be purchased with air tickets ,
Utilizing the lowest applicable airfares.

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v CANCER ,

til a knife inserted into center
comes out clean. Cool on rack,
approximately 1 hour.
Step 2: Spread remaining Y2
cup strawberry preserves on
top of baked pie. Chill. Gar-
nish with fresh strawberries
and sliced almonds before ser-
ving. Yield: 8 servings.

Try the following spreads
on crackers and miniature
breads.
SMOKED SALMON
SPREAD
Add 1 slice Nova Scotia
smoked salmon, chopped, 3
tbsp. diced onions, and a dash
of pepper to 8-oz. cottage
cheese. Mix until blended.
Chill. Spread onto your
favorite cracker: Garnish with
red radish and green pepper
slices.
TEMPTING TUNA
SPREAD
To 8-oz. cottage cheese; add
31/2 oz. tuna, drained and
mashed, V4 cup diced green
pepper, Y4 cup diced onion and
a dash of black pepper. Mix in
bowl. Chill. Spread onto your
favorite cracker and garnish
with cherry tomato halves.
"HOT" CHEESE
SPREAD
Combine 8-oz. cottage
cheese, 1 or 2 cherry peppers,

diced, 1 clove garlic, peeled, 1
tsp. dried oregano, and 1Y2 tsp.
ground cumin. Blend until
smooth. Spoon into crock or
covered container.
Refrigerate. Serve with your
favorite cracker.
CARAWAY SPREAD
Blend 1 tbsp. caraway seeds,
1 /4 tsp. dill weed, salt and pep-
per to taste, into 8-oz. cottage
cheese. Spread onto your
favorite cracker and garnish
with green onions and fresh
cucumber slices.

-

EGG SALAD SPREAD
Combine 8-oz. cottage
cheese, 6 hardcooked eggs,
finely chopped, 2 tablespoons
sour cream, 4 tablespoons
prepared mustard, 3 teas-
poons chopped chives, 1/2 teas-
poon salt, Y4 teaspoon
worcestershire sauce, Y4 tea-
spoon dill weed, minced.
Cover and chill. Serve on your
favorite cracker, garnished
with fresh parsley.

CHIVE AND GARLIC
SPREAD
Combine 8 oz. cottage
cheese, 2 tablespoons chopped
chives, Y4 teaspoon garlic
powder, dash of salt and pep-
per. Spread on your favorite
cracker and garnish with
cherry tomato halves. ❑

I HERE'S TO . . . I

BARBARA FAUDMAN
WOLK, of Farmington Hills
has been appointed by gover-
nor Blanchard to serve on the
Physician Assistant Task
Force. Wolk is a staff member
of Straith Hospital.

VICKI GOLDBAUM,
Southfield City Council
member, has been elected vice
president of the Michigan
Municipal League. She has
been a council member since
1977 and a municipal league
trustee since 1987. Goldbaum
also is a member of the Na-
tional League of Cities com-
munity and economic devel-
opment steering committee.

EDYTHE JACKIER has
been appointed chairman of
the Women's Endowment
Fundraising Committee of
the United Jewish Charities.

Airman first class PAUL T.
GROSS has graduated from
the U.S. Air Force heating
systems course at Sheppard
Air Force Base, Texas. Gross
is the son of Thomas H. Gross
of Warren and Betty J. Bern-
stein of Oak Park.

ZELDA ROBONSIN, a
13-year veteran of the
Southfield board of education,

Zelda Robinson

has been elected president of
the 4,200-member statewide
school boards organization,
the Michigan Association of
School Boards.

LOCAL NEWS

Yiddish Vinkl
Is Scheduled

A Yiddish Vinkl sponsored
by the Workmen's Circle will
be held 2 p.m. Sunday at the
Workmen's Circle Center.



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