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August 10, 1990 - Image 78

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-08-10

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OPEN EVERY DAY 8 aimAlpim.

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FEATURING FRESH MADE SUGAR•FREE ICE REAM

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WE ACCEPT ALL BULK FOOD
STORE COUPONS

SUGAR•FREE MUFFINS

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BULK OOD

WEST BLOOMFIELD STORE ONLY

GOOD
ONLY AT
WEST BLOOMFIELD
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6698 ORCHARD LAKE RD
West Bloomfield Plaza

Open Everyday
8 a.m.-11 p.m.

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DETROIT
RETAIL
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MEAT
DEALERS
ASSOC.

AMERICAN BULK FOOD COUPON

Look for this emblem and
be a name not a number by
shopping at a member market
of the Detroit area Retail Kosher
Meat Dealers Association

SUPER PRE-HOLIDAY SPECIALS

SUNDAY, AUGUST 12th THROUGH THURSDAY, AUGUST 16th

EMPIRE FRESH

CHICKEN BREASTS WIWINGS $2.69

lb.

EMPIRE FROZEN

CHICKEN LIVERS ... , . , ... $1.29 ,e.

VEAL SCALLOPINI SAVE $1.50 $ 6.59 I&

Only at your participating member markets listed

Cash & Carry — Limited Supply

NEW ORLEANS
KOSHER MEAT MARKET

15600 W. 10 MILE RD.
at Greenfield
New Orleans Mall
Southfield 569.1323
Michael Cohen
Food Stamps gladly accepted

below

BERNARD & SONS
KOSHER MEATS

29214 ORCHARD LAKE RD.
Farmington Hills
851.2788
Bernard Rayber

OUR MEMBER MARKETS FEATURE THE FINEST OF EMPIRE
AND ADAS KOSHER POULTRY, BROUGHT IN FRESH DAILY.
ALSO PLEASE NOTE THAT OUR MEMBER MARKETS DO NOT
PREPACKAGE OUR MEATS AND POULTRY BECAUSE YOU,
THE CONSUMING PUBLIC, HAVE THE RIGHT TO SELECT
;YOUR MEAT AND POULTRY FROM A DISPLAY COUNTER.

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the GOOD FOOD CO.
74 W. Maple at Livernois

The Largest
DISCOUNT
Natural Foods Market
in the Midwest

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We Have Everyday
LOW PRICES
on All Major Brands
of Natural Vitamins,
Herbs, Diet Formulas,
Sports Nutrition &
Weight Training
Products... and more!

OPEN: Mon-Sat 9-9 • Sun 10-6
362-0886 in Troy

Ruth Weiss
would like to
thank her
relatives & friends
for their kind
wishes for a
speedy recovery.

Home From The Beach
With Summer's Bounty

RUTH SAMUELS

Special to The Jewish News

T

he last weeks of
August, including the
Labor Day holiday, are
among the most popular
times for a seashore vacation.
During the day we lather
ourselves with suntan lotion
and in the evening gratefully
don sweaters.
We have barely unpacked
when we start thinking about
the ritual of repacking the car
for the trip home. Space must
be found for sea shells,
souvenir stuffed animals won
at the arcades and bags of
roasted peanuts and salt-
water taffy for our neighbors.
Finally packed, the car
resembles a listing Chinese
houseboat setting out to sea.
Nevertheless, we slip into the
first roadside market.
Baskets of peaches, squeaky-
green zucchini, oval amethyst
eggplant and silky corn
threads peeking out of tight
packages are weighed,
counted and loaded between
the legs of children in the
back seat.
Recipes are tossed around
like pieces of a model airplane
kit waiting to be put together.
The aroma of sea air is soon
mixed with a sweet fruity
fragrance that will be with us
all the way to Rosh Hashanah
when the peach chutney will
spike our memories of syrupy
warm days at the beach.
The corn relish may even
make it to Thanksgiving,
while the eggplant caviar will
be baked and eaten im-
mediately with toasted pita
triangles.

PEACH CHUTNEY
Use non-reactive pot
(enamel or stainless steel).
1 large lemon, washed
and cut into 16
chunks
3 large cloves of garlic,
minced
1 cup sugar
% cup yellow raisins
1 /2 cup almond slivers,
blanched
4 slices fresh ginger, cut
into slivers
1 /2 teaspoon ground
cardamon
% pound shallots, peeled
and chopped
% teaspoon hot red-
pepper flakes
1 teaspoon cumin seed
1 teaspoon salt
2 pounds of peaches,
pitted and cut into
2-inch chunks
(smaller chunks will
cause a jelly-like

consistency)
2 cups of celery, trimmed
and sliced diagonally
1-inch wide
Combine all measured in-
gredients except peaches and
celery in a large stockpot. Use
medium heat, stir frequently
until sugar is dissolved (10
minutes).
Add peaches, stir, cover and
cook over medium heat for 15
minutes. Add celery, stir and
cook uncovered at medium
heat for 5 minutes.
Cool and store in a tightly
covered container in the
refrigerator for up to 2
months. Freeze for 3-5
months (the appearance will
be watery so reheat to
thicken).

EGGPLANT CAVIAR
SPREAD
Microwave method:
1 eggplant (11/2-2 pounds)
2-3 cloves of garlic,
minced
1 /4 cup chopped parsley
leaves
1 /2 cup fresh red/green
pepper, chopped
finely
% teaspoon salt
V4 teaspoon freshly
ground pepper
% cup olive oil
2 tablespoons fresh
lemon juice
Whole-wheat pitas cut
into quartered
triangles, warmed.

With a fork or wooden
skewer pierce the eggplant
evenly 10 times. Wrap in
paper toweling on microwave
tray and cook at 100 percent
HIGH (600 watts) for about
12 minutes. Remove from
oven and cool. When cool
enough to handle, cut in half
lengthwise and scoop out
flesh. Discard skin.
Chop separately by hand:
onion, parsley and fresh pep-
per, set aside.
Place garlic cloves in food
processor and pulse until
minced. Add eggplant pulp,
half the chopped onion, salt
and pepper and pulse until
pureed. Transfer to serving
dish.
Add chopped green pepper,
chopped parsley, olive oil and
lemon juice mixing well.
Sprinkle with remaining
chopped onion and additional
parsley.
Serve with warm pita
triangles.

CORN RELISH
lb freeze corn, husk, remove
Continued on Page 80

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