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January 25, 1991 - Image 99

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-01-25

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on a Sun
T hese Prices

Keep your cabinets stock-
ed with:
• Packages of skim, dry

milk, small cans of evapor-
ated milk, individual en-
velopes of sugar or sweetener,
tea bags, instant coffee, beef

and chicken stock granules.
• Single serving packets and
cans of soup, frozen vegeta-
bles, entrees and potato
products.
• Dried herbs and season-
ings in smallest quantities.
Only buy selected favorites
as they lose strength quick-
as Italian
ly. Mixes,
seasoning, will take place of
several herbs. Extend shelf
life by freezing.
• Rice, cereals and pasta
should be stored in tightly
lidded jars in a dry place.
Use within two months, es-
pecially in humid weather.
• Olive oil is flavorful, and a
small bottle goes a long way.
Store at room temperature.
Extra sticks of butter of
margarine may be frozen.

The Equipment
Think small. Don't be
fooled by glossy advertise-
ments for pots and pans
"you can't live without."
At one point, my kitchen
tools consisted of a kettle,
and two skillets, one 7-inch,
the other 10-inch. Soups,
stews, pasta in sauce, fruit
compotes and puddings
were all cooked to tasty per-
fection. The number of serv-
ings determined which skil-
let to be used.
Don't skimp, but don't
splurge on a matched set of
wildly expensive equipment
— most of which will be
much too large and will nev-
er be used. Besides, where
would you store it all?
Instead, buy the best you
can afford, one piece at a
time. Bake and serve dishes
should look pretty and hold
1-2 servings. Your best bet
are those that are both oven-
proof and microwave safe.
Here are some sugges-
tions on how to stock the
basic kitchen. Add more
equipment as you go along.
• Kitchen utensils — selec-
tion of spatulas, ladles,
wooden spoons, a slotted
spoon, small whisk, kitchen
scissors (for snipping pars-
ley to cutting chicken),
measuring cups and spoons,
and a can opener.
• Knives — cheap ones are
useless, good ones are ex-
pensive but worth every dol-
lar. Start with a small par-
ing knife and a large heavy
chef's knife with a broad,
straight blade.
• Appliances — electric food
processors, toaster ovens
and coffee makers are avail-

able mini-size. They all take
up little counter space, and
are time and energy effi-
cient. The toaster oven may
be used for baking. You
might never use the range
again, except for company
cooking.

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Discovery Room
At Maple-Drake

The Maple-Drake Jewish
Community Center will
highlight its Jewish National
Fund exhibit and Jonah and
the Whale Play Room in "The
Discovery Room: A Jewish
Experience!' The hours are
Monday, Tuesday and Thurs-
day from 10 a.m.-1 p.m.,
Wednesday from noon-6 p.m.,
and Sunday 10 a.m.-
2 p.m.
There is no charge to visit
The Discovery Room.

Full Valet Services
Marina and Dockage
Breakfast and Lunch Bar
Shopping and Convenience
Store on Premises
• Undercover Parking
• Shul On The Premises
• Shabbath Elevator






New Life Properties

Ethel G. Hof-man is a food
consultant and journalist in
Merion Station, Pa.

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everything. The Carriage House lifestyle can't be compared and neither our prices.

After using the correct
equipment, just the right
ingredients and a good reci-
pe, the meal should be ready.
Now's the time to relax
and enjoy. Set a place with
your best and prettiest —
china, flatware, wine and
water glass. Eat at the table
or take a tray by the fire.
Please yourself and "Bon
Appetit." 0

Riverfront Towers Apart-
ments in Detroit will host
"Lawyers On Love," a sym-
posium of lawyers offering
free legal advice for singles as
well as forewarnings for
young spouse-seekers about
tying the knot, 5:30 p.m. Feb.
14 (Valentine's Day).
The discussion by members
of Detroit's legal community
will be followed by a question-
and-answer period. Riverfront
will offer light hors d'oeuvres
and a cash bar until 10 p.m.
The event, to be held in the
Riverfront Cafe, is open to the
public at no charge. However,
reservations are required;
call Riverfront Apartments,
393-5000.
Panelists will include at-
torneys Arthur Greenstone
and Shirley Saltzman and
Judge Harvey Tennen, who
will address issues affecting
single people in the 1990s,
such as palimony, paternity
suits, pre-nupital agreements
and wills.

Building dramatically
enlarged to show detail

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