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August 10, 1990 - Image 80

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Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-08-10

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COOKING I

THIS WEEK'S SPECIALS

4395 Orchard Lake Rd.
Crosswinds Mall
626-0022

DELI DEPT.

OPEN
24
HOURS

PASTRAMI

$6.99

Prices
Good Only
At Our
Orchard Lk.
Rd.
Store

MEAT DEPT.

I

EMPIRE KOSHER

lb,

I

SALAMI

BONELESS AND SKINLESS

1 POUND CHUB

5 29th.

$2.99

I GROCERY DEPT. I

I

MERMAID KOSHER

DAIRY DEPT.

I

RASKIN'S KOSHER
FRESH PACK

BUTTER COOKIES

1 lb. $

silk, wash, trim off immature
or defective kernels. Blanch
in boiling water for 7-11
minutes depending on size of
cobs. Chill corn immediately
and completely in cold runn-
ing water or ice water. Drain.
Freeze quickly at 0 degrees or
lower.
2 quarts whole kernel
corn (16-20 ears of
fresh or fresh frozen
ears) or 6 10-ounce
packages of defrosted
frozen corn
2 cups diced green
peppers
2 cups diced sweet red
peppers
1 quart finely chopped
celery (1 whole stalk)
4 cups chopped onions
(8-10 small)
3 /4 cup honey
1 quart cider vinegar

BEST'S KOSHER

CHICKEN BREASTS

tin

MEAT DEPT.

PICKLES

2 9

32 Oz.
Jar

IMPORTED FROM DENMARK

ADVERTISED ITEM POUCY WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO UMIT QUANTITIE.S
E STORE FOR DETAILS

$ 1

.

Summer Bounty

Continued from Page 78

SINAI KOSHER
FIRST CUT

From Mon. 7 am.
to Sot. at n Mtd
Sunday T a.m:9

WE STILL HONOR
DOUBLE COUPONS
UP TO 50°

I

2 tablespoons salt
2 teaspoons celery seed
2 tablespoons dry
mustard
1 teaspoon turmeric
Cut kernels from frozen
corn or fresh corn but do not
scrape.
Combine peppers, celery,
onions, honey, vinegar, salt
and celery seed. Place in a pot
and simmer, uncovered for 5
minutes, stirring from time to
time.

Mix mustard and turmeric
and stir into liquid, then stir
in corn. Bring to a boil, then
reduce heat and simmer 5
minutes. Bring again to a boil
before packing loosely into
hot 1-pint canning jars, allow-
ing Y4 inch headspace. Process
in a boiling water bath for 15
minutes. ❑

I LOCAL NEWS 1

49

We Accept

And

A
MasterCard
V

Prices & Itmes In This Ad Effective Fri., Aug. 10 Thru August 16, 1990

}Bulk Food

ORCHARD i2 PLAZA
27885 ORCHARD LAKE RD, AT 12 MILE

;Warehouse •

MIDDLE EASTERN SPECIALTIES
Hommus
8 oz. $ 1.89
Taboule
7 oz. $ 1.89
Baba
Ghanouj 8 oz. $ 1.89
Pita Dread
79'

Grandma Shearers

POTATO CHIPS
$ 1.99 2b .•

Coupon
Exp. 8/17/90

( C
)

Coupon

BRAZIL
NUTS

0

Coupon

49'

FRIDAY, AUGUST 10, 1990

$ 400 $ 2.99

Eel Ar lb.

Exp. 8/17/90

PITTED CASHEW
PRUNES
PIECES

10% OFF c

Expires 8/17/90

GO LIGHTLY Cy
BRIDGE EDA CANDIES
Sugarless or
MIX
Low Sugar

Coupon

1.99 99'

Excluding Sole Items

lb.

Exp. 8/17/90

Coupon

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0

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supplies lost

Coupon

WHEAT
BRAN

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80

JEWIS Il lal
CALENDAR
i

1 per customer

lb.
lb.
Exp. 8/17/90 Exp. 8/17/90

ON ANY PURCHASE

Man.-Sat. 9-9
Sun. 12-5

We honor all other
competitor coupons

F RE E

553-2165

We Carry
Motor City
Muffins

$ 1•99 lb.

Exp. 8/17/90

innirco
D1131

Coupon
Exp. 8/17/90

CADILLAC COFFEE
OF THE MONTH
Vanilla Creme Decof

$ 1.00

OFF r

8/17/90
ExpL
LL FRUIT
BASE D

A

BUY
2 GET 1 FREE!




K.,

lb.

Non Dairy • No Cholesterol • Kosher
No Fat •• Low Sodium •• 9 Calories per ounce, '

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Pearlena Bodzin, executive vice president of the Jewish Home for
Aged Auxiliary, is shown with Sam Davidson, a JHA Borman Hall
resident who is making use of the handicapped passenger lift to
enter the newest addition to the JHA transportation fleet. This bus,
purchased with proceeds from an "undinner" sponsored by the
Auxiliary along with the Clarence Asher Fund, seats 20 and can
accommodate three wheelchairs. Arnie Tunis, president of
Chesapeake Bus, trained staff in the use of special features with
which his company equipped the bus.

Resettlement Service
Seeks Lost Relatives

Resettlement Service has
been asked to participate in a
search for the Michigan
relatives of three families
from Eastern Europe.
S. M. Rovinsky is a Soviet
Jew searching for relatives by
the name of Alexander and
Saul Rovinsky, who im-
migrated to Detroit before
World War II from Melitpol in
the Ukraine. Mr. Rovinsky's
family address books were
destroyed during the Nazi
occupation.
Mira Mojsejewna Genkina,
an 85-year-old woman living
in Hungary, is searching for

her brother-in-law, Majer
Kupfer and nephew, Armin
Kupfer. Both men reportedly
emigrated to the Detroit area
from Tokaj, Hungary, in the
early 1950s.
Leonid Yankilevich, now
residing in New York, is in-
quiring about relatives who
may be living in Michigan.
They are Leo Redstone, a.k.a.
Samuil Rautenshtein, and
Manuel and Riva Redstone.
If you have any information
about these relatives, call
Elina Zilberberg, Resettle-
ment Service counselor,
559-4566.

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