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The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-10-04

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A Roundup Of
New Fall Favorites

ETHEL G. HOFMAN

Special to The Jewish News

F

or good health, we are
urged to increase the
fruits and vegetables
we eat. Use fresh or cooked,
but eat them, say
nutritionists.
That's why we find that the
produce aisle in the market is
taking up more of our shop-
ping time and dollars.
Picking out the run-of-the-
mill fruits and vegetables is
easy. Red and golden apples,
the first of the fall crop
should be firm, crisp and
juicy, grapefruits and oranges
should be unblemished and
heavy for size, pears clear-
skinned and firm, yielding
very slightly to pressure if
ripe. But what of the exotic
and unusual which are mak-
ing steady inroads into our
markets and menus?
Frieda's of California is one
of the first companies to pro-
mote unusual produce. A
newsletter, published every 2
months, describes some of the
"new" fruits and vegetables
and gives recipes for cooking.
When you buy a product with
Frieda's purple label, there is
a guarantee that it is the best
— if you don't agree, they will
refund your money (mail back
the label and the store where
purchased).
Let's begin with squash, as
American as Thanksgiving —
we thought. Hard-shelled
winter squashes are available
almost all year round these
days and still remain a tradi-
tional part of fall and winter
menus. But, there may be
over a dozen varieties at var-
ious times in stores, some new
and intriguing. Karen
Caplan, President of Frieda's
Finest, says that they are sell-
ing over 20 kinds all over the
country.
Austrian Blue — this beau-
ty has a bluish-green hard
shell, big and squarish in
shape. Inside the flesh is deep,
orange and sweet. Bake it
whole or quartered, steam or
microwave.
Delicata — ever seen a
squash which looks like a
very thick cucumber? This
one does. Green and tan-
striped with longtitudinal
grooves, it's pretty as a pic-
ture. Meat is yellow and the
taste is mild with a flavor like
fresh corn. The large cavity is
perfect for stuffing.
Jack-Be-Little — you can ac-
tually eat these perfect
miniature pumpkins as well
as decorate the table with
them. They have a large cavi-

ty which makes them perfect
for stuffing or serve as in-
dividual soup containers (kids
love them — even if they won't
eat the usual squash, they'll
devour this). The orange meat
gives off a slightly sweet
flavor.
Turban — wonderful for
centerpieces as well as for
eating, this looks like a flat-
tened ball with another ball
on top. The bright orange
shell is streaked with cream,
green or white and the flesh
is rich and sweet. Try using
the pulp for soup and the
shell as a serving container
for a delicious presentation.
Lady Apples are 'mini-
apples.' They are green to yel-
low with a rose blush and are

sweetly delicate in flavor.
Perfect for baking or poach-
ing, in pies, • sauces or to
decorate a Shabbat dinner
platter.
J.R. Brooks and Son, Inc.
are a Florida company which
specialize in a line of tropical
produce. Established in 1947,
the "tropicals" are still
harvested by hand to main-
tain high quality with no
bruising. Here, to make pro-
duce shopping easier, are a
few of this grocer's choice:

Carambola is also known as
Star Fruit and is one of the
newest, most popular tropical
fruits. Cultivated since an-
cient times in Asia and India,
today South Florida is the
optimum growing area in the
United States for this fruit.
Glossy yellow in color with a
thin waxy skin and several
smooth brown seeds, caram-
bola is a mild, fruity-flavored,
pleasant-tasting tropical,
ranging from 3-5 inches long
and 2-4 inches in diameter.
Browning along the edges is
OK.
Malanga — is a long shaped
root vegetable with a furry
peel. It is a starchy tuber with
a beige colored flesh. Native
to African tropics, peel and
cook like potatoes or use as a
thickener for soups and stews.
Taro — smaller and rounder
than Malanga (above) with a
furry, hairy outer peel in ob-

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