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September 07, 1990 - Image 94

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-09-07

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Cash & Carry — Limited Supply

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at Greenfield
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Food Stamps gladly accepted

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OUR MEMBER MARKETS FEATURE THE FINEST OF EMPIRE
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ALSO PLEASE NOTE THAT OUR MEMBER MARKETS DO NOT
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THE CONSUMING PUBLIC, HAVE THE RIGHT TO SELECT
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1990

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he importance of lunch
and the lunch box
magnifies during these
first days of school. Along
with new shoes and haircuts,
the designer lunch box is ex-
alted. Ghostbusters, 'Menage
Ninja Turtles and Batman
logos lead the pack!
The preschool crowd has the
option of a sophisticated,
packaged microwave meal or
homemade foods in micro-
wave safe containers that are
reheated at school by their
caregivers. Some of the pack-
aged options are delicious but
a bit high in sodium (read
labels).
Microwave-safe containers
of soup, spaghetti and meat-
balls and French fries are just
some of the favorite choices.
Use the leftovers from the
previous, evening's dinner
(cut-up roast chicken, pasta
with carrot circles) then add
a granola cookie, fresh fruit
and beverage to assure your
child of a warm, well-
balanced lunch.
riots should have their sand-
wiches cut into quarters in
clear baggies; beverages in in-
dividual spill-proof cardboard
packs with straw attached
stay fresh until opening. Bite-
size fruit (grapes, pineapple
chunks, etc.) make Lunch for
little fingers easier to handle.
First-graders make the
transition from lunch box to
school cafeteria this year. Piz-
za, hamburger and spaghetti
have always been popular
items on the school menu
while fish and beef stew still
rank last. Here are four help-
ful hints when packaging
their lunch boxes on those
days:
1. Hard to hold items are
usually rejected. (Sloppy
Sandwich)
2. Familiar foods, not liver
pate, makes the grade. (Egg
Salad)
3. Small portions of many
items are recommended. (A
small taste of each will help
to insure a balanced lunch.)
4. Let the children help
lunch.
their
prepare
(Neatness is not important.)
The Half-Moon sandwich
can also be a vehicle for a
fruit and cheese combination,
sprinkled with cinnamon for
dessert.
Pitas pockets are easy to
hold and make good circles for
a mini-pizza. Packaged

Ruth Samuels is a writer in
Pennsylvania.

granola cookies usually con-
tain more sugar than other
cookies. This recipe uses
brown rice syrup which
doesn't give the hyper-sugar-
jump to young children that
sucrose products give.

HALF-MOONS
Filling (makes 4 servings)
1 can salmon or tuna (6%
ounces)
1/2 cup grated cheese
(Swiss, cheddar,
American)
2-3 tablespoons
mayonnaise
% cup chopped celery
1 tablespoon sunflower
seeds
Moon Dough
1 can refrigerator
biscuits (8)
1 egg, lightly beaten
% cup topping: crushed
corn flakes, wheat
germ, seed, etc.
Drain liquid from tuna.
Break up tuna with clean

fingers. (Children love this
job.) Add celery, cheese, sun-
flower seeds and mayonnaise.
Mix together until blended.
Separate biscuits, putting two
together side by side. Flatten
and connect with the palm of
hand to create one large cir-
cle. (Let the children help; if
dough tears it is easily press-
ed together again.) Put tuna
mixture in center and fold
biscuit in half. Seal by press-
ing with a fork around the
edges. Brush with egg and
sprinkle with toppings. Place
on a lightly buttered cookie
sheet and bake at 350 degrees
for 20 minutes.
When cool, wrap in foil or
plastic wrap. Refrigerate un-
til you leave for school. Place
in lunch box.

HODGEPODGE PITAS
2 ounces fish, chicken, or
cheese
% cup chopped
vegetables (lettuce,
carrots, cucumbers,
etc.)
Continued on Page 88

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