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October 19, 1990 - Image 97

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-10-19

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COOKING

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We Carry
Motor City
Muffins

ORCHARD 12 PLAZA
27885 ORCHARD LAKE RD. AT t2 MtE

550-2165

MIDDLE EASTERN SPECIALTIES

FREE

Package of Pita Dread
with purchase of 8 oz. Hommus

Hommus

8 oz $ 1.89

Taboule
Baba
Ghanouj
Pita Bread

7 oz. $ 1.89

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VOORTMAN
COOKIES

$ 1.00 lb
Exp. 10/26/90

$2.49

Exp. 10/26/90

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ON ANY PURCHASE

Excluding Sole Items

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$3.89

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EMPIRE FRESH

CHICKEN BREASTS WIWINGS ATTACHED2.69.b.

EMPIRE FROZEN

GROUND DARK MEAT TURKEY .$11.89 lb.

EMPIRE OVEN READY

BARBECUED CHICKEN ..... . $1.69 lb.

Only at your participating member markets listed below
Cash & Carry — Limited Supply

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
PRE-PACKAGE OUR MEATS AND POULTRY BECAUSE YOU, ,
THE CONSUMING PUBLIC, HAVE THE RIGHT TO SELECT
1YOUR MEAT AND POULTRY FROM A DISPLAY COUNTER.

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1990

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!

HEAR JOLSON & DURANTE
SING AGAIN ON THIS
RARE COLLECTOR'S ALBUM
NARRATED BY WALTER WINCHELL

THE LEGEND OF AL JOLSON (Sidel)
Hear F.D.R:s Day That Will Live in Infamy
Speech. Mayor Jimmy Walker, Amos 'n'
Andy, Jack Benny, Bob Hope and a Duet
with Eddie Cantor.
Jolson sings: Let Me Sing A Funny Song;
Rosie, You Are My Posie; Pretty Baby; Oh
Susannah; Who Paid the Rent for Mrs.
Rip Van Winkle?; Rock-A-Bye Your Baby;
Give My Regards to Broadway; I'm Look-
ing Over a Four Leaf Clover; I'm Just Wild
About Harry; When the Red, Red Robin
Comes Bob, Bob Bobbin' Along; Sonny
Boy; Swanee; California, Here I Come;
April Showers; You Made Me Love You;
I'm Sitting On Top of the World; Toot, Toot
Tootsie; Ida and Mammy.
THE LEGEND OF JIMMY DURANTE (Side 2)
Jimmy Sings: I Could Have Danced All
Night (Partial); You Gotta Start Off Each
Day With A Song; Razza Matazz; It's Kind
of Hard to Put It in Words; The States Are
in the Wrong Place; Pike's Peak or Bust;
Clayton, Jackson and Durante Sing;
Baby Mine; Bob Hope and Jimmy Sing;
Beware of the Boys with the Proboscis;
Eddie Cantor and Jimmy Sing; If You
Knew Susie; Sophie Tucker and Jimmy
Sing; You Gotta Give Up That Millionaire
Oilman; Inka Dinka Do; My Strut Away;
A Skit With Garry Moore; September
Song; Young at Heart; Goodnight,
Goodnight, Goodnight.
Cassette Only (At This Time) S7.95. Two
or more. $7.50 each. Price includes
postage and handling. Canadian
residents add 51.25 per tape. Special
prices for Fund Raising Groups.
(Not sold in stores.)

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

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FALL SPECIALS

15600 W. 10 MILE RD.
at Greenfield
New Orleans Mall
Southfield 569-1323
Michael Cohen
Food Stamps gladly accepted

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be a name not a number by
shopping at a member market
NEAT
of the Detroit area Retail Kosher
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PISTACHIOS

HONKY
DOREY

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69'

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the leaves have wilted, ladle
soup into bowls. Serves 4.

OAT BRAN

Chocolate Chip, Vanilla, Oatmeal
Raisin, Peanut Butter

8 oz $ 1.89

Continued from Page 96

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FIBER CLASSIC
COOKIES

.

Fall Soups

Mon.-Sat. 9.9
Sun. 12-5

We honor oil other
competitor coupons

FISHERMAN'S STEW
SOUP
approx. 3 lbs. fresh firm
fish fillets, cut into
large pieces
2 large (15 oz. each) cans
tomatoes
2 soup cans water
6 small onions, peeled
and quartered
salt, pepper and paprika
Worcestershire sauce
In a large pot, combine
tomatoes (slightly crushed),
water and onions. Bring to a
boil and lower heat to a sim-
mer for 20 minutes. Add fish
and seasonings. Season well.
Simmer another 15 minutes
or more depending on type of
fish. During last 5 minutes
add the Worcestershire sauce
to taste.

LENTIL SOUP WITH
FRANKFURTERS
4 cups (2 lbs.) lentils,
soaked overnight
3 gallons water
1 lb. boiling beef or 2 lbs.
meaty beef bones
salt & pepper to taste
1 cup celery, thinly sliced
1 cup onions, chopped
fine

1 cup carrots, peeled and
chopped fine
3 bay leaves
sliced cooked franks
Put all ingredients except
lentils and franks in a large
soup pot. Bring to a boil.
Lower heat to simmer for
about 2 hours, until meat is
tender. The beef may be cut
up and added to the stock.
Add the sliced franks and
simmer another 5 minutes.
Yields 6-7 quarts. May be
frozen.

FROTHY LEMON
CHICKEN SOUP
6 cups chicken stock
1 cup cooked chicken,
shredded
6 tbsps. uncooked rice
dash of salt
2 eggs, separated
juice of 2 lemons
Boil chicken stock. Add rice
and salt. Cook until rice is
tender. Separate the eggs.
Beat egg whites stiff and set
aside. Slowly beat yolks and
lemon juice. Slowly add ap-
proximately 1 cup of the stock
to the yolk mixture by pour-
ing in a thin stream. Return
yolk mixture to the remain-
ing stock. Gradually blend
hot stock into egg whites.
Serve immediately. Do not
heat or simmer. 6 servings. 0

High Fiber Beans
Add New Dimension

JANE KINDERLEHRER

Special to The Jewish. News

hen it comes to low-
ering cholesterol,
soluble fiber is the
hero. That's why we're all
reaching for oat bran. But,
believe it or not, the bean
family is in the same league
as oat bran when it comes to
soluble fiber.
Besides cutting cholesterol,
beans can help ease the strain
on the food budget and chalk
up another notch on your to-
tem pole of culinary skills.
It may surprise you to learn
that beans are a great food for
weight watchers. One hun-
dred grams, or about 3.5
ounces (one-half cup), of
cooked white or red beans
provides only 118 calories.
The same 3.5 ounces of choice
steak provides a whopping
465 calories. Beans have
great satiety value. They tend
to fill you up while that little
morsel of steak would hardly
calm a hunger pang.
Beans provide lots of good
nutrients for your body —

W

Jane Kinderlehrer is author
of "Cooking Kosher The
Natural Way."

calcium, phosphorus, magne-
sium and iron along with
vitamins B1 and B2, niacin
and some vitamin C. They are
also rich in fiber and protein.
True, the protein of beans is
not the same biological qual-
ity as meat protein, but when
beans are combined with the
cereal or grain family, with
milk, cheese or butter, they
provide a complete protein
with practically the same bio-
logical value as the stuff that
comes on the hoof or under
feathers or scales.
If you have been turned off
beans because usually the
first step is "soak overnight,"
you can still use beans for
tonight's dinner. Here's how:
Wash a cup of dry beans and
drop them into four times as
much boiling water so slowly
that the boiling does not stop.
This causes the starch grains
to burst and break the outside
covering of the bean, thus
enabling more rapid absorp-
tion of water and more rapid
cooking. When all the beans
have been added to the water,
lower heat to a slow simmer
to prevent toughening of the
protein.
Here's an easy way to have
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