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May 24, 1991 - Image 78

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FOOD I

Israeli Recipes

Continued from Page 76

chopped coarsely
/4 cup onion, chopped
finely
1 /4 cup olive oil
2 tbsp. each wine vinegar
and chopped parsley
pepper and tabasco
sauce to taste

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Now there are three ways to get the Tangy Zip of MIRACLE WHIP: Original
MIRACLE WHIN. Salad Dressing, MIRACLE WHIP LIGHT' Reduced Calorie Salad
Dressing with no cholesterol, and MIRACLE WHIPS FREES Nonfat Dressing
—which is not only cholesterol free, but also fat free!

LEMONY TARRAGON GRILLED FISH

'/2 cup Miracle Whip salad dressing
/4 cup lemon juice
1 tablespoon dijon mustard
2 teaspoons dried tarragon leaves,
crushed

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1 teaspoon freeze-dried chopped chives
1 teaspoon grated lemon peel
'/8 teaspoon white pepper
1 to 1 1/2 lb. halibut, salmon or sword-
fish fillets or steaks, 1-inch thick

Mix all ingredients except fish. Pour over fish.
Marinate in refrigerator 2 hours. Drain, reserving marinade.
Place fish on greased rack of broiler pan or grill. Broil or grill
over low coals, uncovered, on both sides until fish flakes easily
with a fork, brushing frequently with reserved marinade.
3 to 4 servings.
Prep time: 15 minutes plus marinating time
Cooking time: 15 minutes

Try the Tangy Zip of MIRACLE WHIP

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6088 W. MAPLE AT FARMINGTON RD.

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EAT SMOKED FISH-LIVE BETTER
SUNDAY 8-3

OPEN MON. THRU SAT. 9-6

Wash the beans under cold
running water. Transfer to a
large saucepan and cover
with hot water. Let stand in
the water 2-3 hours.
Bring the water to a boil
and then simmer gently for
two hours. Skim carefully,
add salt to taste and let cook
until the beans are tender
(about 30 minutes longer).
Drain the beans well and
transfer to a salad bowl. Add
the remaining ingredients
and mix well. Let cool, cover
and refrigerate. Serve well
chilled.

ALMOND PEARS
3 cups almonds, ground
1/2 cup confectioners'
sugar, sifted
3 egg whites, beaten
lightly
1 /2 tsp. lemon rind, grated
finely
2-3 drops almond extract
butter as required
whole cloves as required
about 2 additional cups
confectioners' sugar
for finishing

Blend together the almonds
with the sifted conectioners'
sugar and to these add the
egg whites, lemon rind and
almond extract. Knead to
make a firm dough.
Coat palms with butter and
break off walnut sized pieces
of dough. Form these into
pear-like shapes and into

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each insert a whole clove to
resemble a stem. Place the
"pears" on a buttered and
floured baking tray and bake
in a low oven for 20 minutes,
covering the tops with foil if
they begin to brown.
Sift about 2 cups of confec-
tioners' sugar into a bowl and
into this dip the hot almond
pears. Stand on a rack to cool.
Sift the remaining sugar from
the bowl into the base of a rec-
tangular storage container
and on this arrange the pears
when cool, in a single layer.
Over the pears sift a bit more
of the sugar and seal and
store for 1-2 days before
serving.

ARAK COOKIES
21/2 cups butter
1 cup confectioners'
sugar
4 egg yolks
6 tbsp. arak (or ouzo or
anisette)
5 cups flour
% tsp. baking powder
1 cup blanched almonds,
ground finely

Let the butter soften at
room temperature and then
cream well with the sugar
and egg yolk. Add the arak
and cream well once again.
Into this mixture sift the
flour and baking powder.
Knead into a firm dough. Add
the nuts and knead again.
Form dough into 3-inch (7
cm.) crescents and place these
on an ungreased cookie tin.
Bake in a medium oven for
20-25 minutes. Sprinkle the
cookies with confectioners'
sugar while still hot. May be
served hot or cool. ❑

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LOCAL NEWS

AJE Annual Meeting
To Hear Dr. Tanter

SMOKED LAKE SUPERIOR

WHITEFISH $3.99L.

SPECIALS MAY 24-25-26 3 DAYS ONLY!

CLOSED MONDAY, MAY 27
MEMORIAL DAY

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FRIDAY, MAY 24, 1991

Raymond Tanter, professor
of political science at the
University of Michigan, will
speak at the annual meeting
of the Agency for Jewish
Education 7:30 p.m. June 4 in
the United Hebrew Schools
building.
Dr. Tanter, a Middle East
scholar, will speak on "U.S.-
Israel Relations After the
Gulf War." Dr. Tanter has
been active in public service
as a deputy director in the
Department of Defense, a
senior staff member of and
consultant to the National
Security Council, and a per-
sonal representative of the
Secretary of Defense in U.S.
delegations.
His most recent book is
Who's At the Helm? Lessons of
Lebanon.

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Raymond Tanter

A business meeting will
open the program. Following
Dr. Tanter's address there will
be a reception. The communi-
ty is invited.

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