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March 22, 1991 - Image 66

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-03-22

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FOOD

the GOOD FOOD CO.

74 W. Maple at livernois

Troy • 362-0886

33521 W. 8 Mile

CONED;
_SUGAR

100% Pure White
Granulated Beet
Sugar
in five lb. bags
(without
special markings)

KOSHER for PASSOVER

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Under Supervision
of the
Metropolitan
Kashruth Council
of Michigan

DISCOUNT

Natural Foods Market
in the Midwest

We Have Everyday
LOW PRICES
on Major Brands of
Diet Formulas & Vitamins
plus Low-Fat &
Low-Calorie Deli
foods... stop in today!

TOOTHBRUSH $6488
SEIKO WATCHES
40-50% OFF sgg
MONT BLANC PENS

"House of Quality"

40% OFF sLr
CUISINART
RCA-ZENITH TVs

Oscar Braun's NORELCO
15075 W. Lincoln SHAVERS

Oak Park 968-5858

"An Ocean of Variety
for all Occasions"

11 Mile

Pi

"SERVING METRO DETROIT FOR OVER 40 YEARS"

$29.88

We Buy, Sell,
Appraise, Clean,
Repair and
Love Oriental Rugs!

I-
,
Call for Current
rFresh, North Atlantic
I Prices on Fresh Whole:

NOVA • Lake Whitefish I. SALMON
LOX I 1 • Lake Trout 1 !FILLETS
$1295 lb. I • Pickerel I $ 895 lb.
Ev 3/30/91
L

Exp. 3/30/91

I

Mon: Fri. 8-6 p.m.
Sat. 8-1 p.m.

309 E. 11 MILE • ROYAL OAK • 541-4632

at,te 6a,a014

NEW OR PREVIOUSLY OWNED
CADILLAC FROM

In-Home & Office
Carpet Cleaning

(313) 399-2323

OAK PARK OUTLET • 546-RUGS

BIRMINGHAM • 646-RUGS
ANN ARBOR • 973-RUGS

New Shades.
New Lamps.
Repairs.

RELAX!
YOU CAN PURCHASE YOUR

TOP of
the LAMP

AL STEINBERG

AUDETTE CADILLAC, 7100 ORCHARD RD.

Desserts

By

Sales & Leasing

851.7200

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17621 W. 12 Mile
at Southfield
Lathrup Village
313-559-5630
6461 Wayne between
Joy and Warren
Westland
313-525-0570

"Where You Come First"

Kosins

Uptown

ORDER FOR THE
HOLIDAYS NOW!

24370 W. Ten Mile Rd., Just W. of Telegraph

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FRIDAY, MARCH 22, 1991

Continued from preceding page

The Largest

DISCOUNTS
si±sr $9999 INTERPLAK

Superior Fish Co.

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Creative Cooking

1'/2 cups macaroon

crumbs
2 tablespoons margarine,
melted
'/2 cup chopped walnuts
or pecans
In a food processor with
metal blade, process maca-
roons and margarine until
coarsely ground. Add nuts;
process until mixture begins
to hold together. Press into
the bottom of a 10 by 3-inch
springform pan. Bake at 375
degrees 7 to 10 minutes or un-
til golden. Cool.

OPEN: Mon-Sat 9-9 • Sun 10-6

Rabbi Jack Goldman,
Administrator

••.

Livonia • 477-7440

Certified Kosher
Metropolitan
Kashruth Council

355-0088

Southfield Rd. at
11 1/2 Mile • 559-3900

Big & Tall

Southfield at
10 1/2 Mile • 569-6930

Filling:
2 egg whites, at room
temperature
1 cup sugar
2 cups sliced
strawberries
1 tablespoon lemon juice
1 teaspoon vanilla
In the large bowl of an elec-
tric mixer, place egg whites,
sugar, sliced strawberries,
vanilla, and lemon juice. Beat
on low speed to blend. In-
crease to high speed and beat
until firm peaks form when
beaters are lifted, about 10 to
15 minutes. Spoon into the
cool crust. Cover and freeze
until firm at least 6 hours.

Strawberry Sauce:

10-ounce package frozen
sliced strawberries
3 tablespoons frozen
undiluted orange juice
concentrate
1 tablespoon currant
jelly
1 cup fresh strawberries,
sliced
Slightly defrost strawber-
ries and orange juice concen-
trate. Puree strawberries and
concentrate in food processor
with the metal blade. Stir in
currant jelly. Spoon into a
bowl and stir in fresh berries.
Serve cold. Sauce may be
refrigerated overnight.
Serve torte directly from
the freezer, as it will not be
frozen solid. Cut in wedges
and serve with the straw-
berry sauce. Serves 12.

COCONUT .
MACAROONS
PA cups flaked coconut
1 /3 cup sugar
3 tablespoons matzah
meal
dash of salt
2 egg whites
1/2 teaspoon Passover
almond flavoring
Combine coconut, sugar,
matzah meal and salt in a
mixing bowl. Stir in egg
whites and almond flavoring;
mix well. Drop from a tea-
spoon onto a lightly oiled bak-
ing sheet. Bake at 325
degrees for 20 to 25 minutes,

or until edges of cookies are
golden brown. Remove from
baking sheet immediately to
cool on a rack. Makes about
18.

CHOCOLATE
POPPYSEED TORTE
6 ounces semisweet
chocolate
3 /4 cup poppy seeds (3'/2
ounces)
% pound margarine
3 /4 cup sugar
6 large eggs, separated
1 /3 cup orange marmalade
Oil and line the bottom of a
9-inch springform pan with
waxed paper. Oil again and
sprinkle with potato starch.
Melt chocolate in the top of a
double boiler or in the
microwave oven. Allow to
cool. In a large mixing bowl
using an electric mixer, cream
margarine and sugar. Add
egg yolks, one at a time,
beating after each addition.
Beat in chocolate. Stir in pop-
py seeds. In a separate bowl,
beat egg whites until stiff
peaks form. Stir a small
amount of whites into choco-
late mixture to lighten it;
then gently fold in remaining
whites. Spoon into prepared
pan. Bake at 350 degrees 40
to 50 minutes or until a
toothpick inserted near
center comes out almost clean
and top is cracked and crus-
ty. A little bit of chocolate on
toothpick means cake will be
moist and fudgy. Do not
overbake.
Remove to rack; cool 10
minutes. Invert pan on rack
and pull off paper. Cool com-
pletely. Chill first; then cut
cake in half horizontally.
Place top layer, cut side up, on
serving plate lined with
waxed paper. Spread with
marmalade. Set bottom layer
smoothest side up on top. May
be frosted or sprinkled with
powdered sugar. Freezes well.
Serves 10.



LOCAL NEWS

College Planning
Program Set

College Planning Strate-
gies and Timetable program
will be held 7:30-9 p.m.
April 10 at the Westacres
library, West Bloomfield. Na-
tionally certified guidance
counselor, Sheryl Krasnow,
will conduct a seminar on ac-
quainting high school
students and their parents
with the process of planning
for and selecting a college. All
phases of preparation in-
cluding financial aid will be
covered.
To register beginning
March 27, call the library,
363-4022.

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