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September 07, 1990 - Image 98

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-09-07

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I COOKING

Russian Recipes

This
.-New Year..„
afa Upon
Reflectiong---
Make
It

Continued from preceding page

place on a rack in an oven

that has been preheated to
very hot. Immediately reduce
the oven temperature to
medium and bake, allowing
about 25 minutes per pound,
basting often with wine and
pan drippings. When the bird
is done, let cool for about 10
minutes before carving. If
desired, make a pan gravy
from the drippings and serve
in a sauceboat. (Serves 6 to 8)

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RED BEANS WITH
PLUM SAUCE
1/2 lb. tinned or 4 cups
cooked kidney beans
1 clove garlic
% tsp. crushed, dried
chili peppers
% tsp. dried basil
1 tsp. minced coriander
leaves
salt to taste
% cup damson plum jam
about 2 tbs. wine vinegar
If using canned beans,
strain the beans and rinse
lightly under cold running
water. Drain thoroughly and
turn into a serving bowl.
With a mortar and pestle, or
blender, crush the garlic
together with the chili pep-
pers, basil, coriander and a
pinch or two of salt. Work to
a smooth paste.
Rub the jam through a fine
sieve and mix together with
the herb paste, thinning with
vinegar, a few drops at a time.
Season the sauce with salt
and gently fold into the beans
with a wooden spoon. Let
stand at room temperature
for 2 to 3 hours before serving.
(Serves 6).

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HONEY CAKE
1 cup honey
1 tsp. powdered
cinnamon
% tsp. each powdered
cloves and nutmeg
% tsp. salt
% cup softened butter or
pareve margarine
1 cup brown sugar
4 eggs, separated
4 cups flour, sifted
1 cup each raisins and
chopped walnuts
% cup each currants and
chopped pitted dates
1% tsp. baking soda
In a saucepan, heat the
honey to boiling and then add
the cinnamon, cloves, nut-
meg, baking soda and salt.
Allow the mixture to cool.
In a mixing bowl, cream the
butter or margarine together
with the brown sugar and
then beat in the egg yolks,
one at a time, until the mix-
ture is light. To this, add the
honey mixture and beat
thoroughly.
Resift the 3 3/4 cups of flour
together with the salt and

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add the batter. Beat the egg
whites stiff and fold these in-
to the batter. Transfer the
batter to 2 loaf pans lined
with greased brown paper
and bake in a slow oven until
a toothpick comes out clean
(about 2 hours). Let cool on a
rack and then let the cake sit,
lightly covered, for 3 to 4 days
before serving. 111

I LOCAL NEWS 1••••

Adoption Workshop
Set In Southfield

"Post-Adoption Issues in the
90s: Opening Up to Each
Other" will be held 8:30
a.m.-7 p.m. Sept. 22 at the
Holiday Inn in Southfield.
Workshops will include
legislative action regarding
adoption by congressman
Nate Jonker, Bob Schafer of
Adoption Reform Movement
and Kate Burke, president of
the American Adoption
Congress.
International adoption
agency personnel and parents
who have adopted transracial-
ly and/or transculturally will
discuss challenges of raising
children in families whose
backgrounds differ.
Lunch and an afterglow
will be included in the con-
ference fee.
This conference is co-
sponsored by PAR, Post Adop-
tion Resources, a non-
denominational adoption ser-
vice and AIM, Adoption Iden-
tity Movement of Michigan.
For registration by Sept. 12,
call Chris Koss, 968-1700.

Cancer Awareness
At Harper

"I Can Cope," a community
program for cancer patients
and their families, will be of-
ferd for six consecutive
Wednesdays 6:30 p.m. to 8:30
p.m. beginning Sept. 26. The
free program will be held at

Harper Hopsital.

"I Can Cope" is designed to
increase public awareness
about cancer. Strategies for
dealing with the physical and
emotinal aspects of cancer
will be discussed.
For information, call
Harper Hospital, 745-1811.

New Congregation
Needs Tallitot

A new congregation for
Soviet immigrants, which
meets in the Oak Park area,
needs tallitot. Those with an
extra wool tallis to spare
should contact the F.R.E.E.
(Friends of Refugees of
Eastern Europe) office,
569-8514.

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