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September 07, 1990 - Image 97

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-09-07

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liquids dry out too rapidly,
add boiling water but do not
stir. For the final 15 minutes
of cooking, uncover. When
done, the kasha should be dry
and separate into individual
grains.
Heat the remaining butter
in a skillet and in this saute
the mushrooms for 5 to 6 min-
utes. Transfer the mushrooms
to the casserole with the
kasha, stir well and serve
immediately.

CABBAGE AND
BEET SOUP
3 cups beets, peeled and
chopped finely
11/2 cups onion, chopped
finely
1 /2 cup carrots, chopped
finely
3 cups beef or chicken
stock
11/2 cups cabbage,
shredded finely
3 tbs. butter or parve
substitute
juice of 2 small lemons
In a large kettle place the
beets, onions and carrots and
barely cover with boiling
water. Simmer gently, on a
moderate flame, covered, for
20 minutes. Add the remain-
ing ingredients, cover again
and simmer for 15 minutes
more. Pour into individual
bowls.

-)

TURKEY WITH
APRICOT STUFFING
1/2 lb. dried apricots,
pitted
1 cup port wine
2 cups dried prunes,
pitted and halved
1 /4 cup butter or parve
substitute
2 large onions, chopped
coarsely
2 stalks celery, without
leaves, chopped
finely
1 tsp. sage
salt and pepper to taste
1 /2 cup pine nuts
1 cup beef stock
1 turkey, dressed
In a mixing bowl, soak the
apricots overnight in the port
wine. With a slotted spoon,
remove the apricots and set
aside. Reserve the wine.
Soak the cracked wheat in
4 cups of water in a separate
bowl for 2 hours and then
drain well.
Melt the butter in a large
heavy skillet; in this, saute
the onion and celery until the
onions are translucent. Add
the cracked wheat and saute
for 5 minutes more. Season
with the sage and salt and
pepper; add the prunes, apri-
cots, pine nuts and stock; sim-
mer, uncovered, for 20
minutes. With this mixture,
stuff the bird.
Truss the bird well and

MARSHALL COHEN

would like to thank all his friends
and family for their expressions of
love and concern during his recent
recovery from surgery.

A special thanks to my wife
LYNNE for her loving care.

Kashruth Notice

SKINNY DIP Frozen Desserts
sold at Bulk Food Warehouse
is not under
Kashruth supervision.
The symbol used in recent ads
was unauthorized.

Council of Orthodox Rabbis
of Greater Detroit

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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