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December 27, 1991 - Image 90

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-12-27

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Limit 1 PER CUSTOMER

FREE

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LAKE SUPERIOR

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Fresh Fruits, Wines, Breads, Deli Items, Snacks & Liquor
Many in-stock
$599

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Amish Turkeys . .$149 lb

.

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66

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1991

Make Resolutions
For Kitchen, Too

RUTH SAMUELS

Special to The Jewish News

M

ost people think of
New Year's resolu-
tions as chores
especially when the kitchen
is involved. This pivotal area
may have been tidied up but
never organized. 1992 can be
the year to get rid of tired and
outdated products and to in-
troduce new ones. Don't get
too sentimental about old
pots and cracked dishes.
Times have changed and it's
time for a change.

1992 CLEAN-SWEEP
1. Recycle all plastic bags.
They should be used more
than once. The lock-type bags
can help organize the freezer,
cabinets, etc.
After opening frozen vege-
table bags, place bag in lock-
type bag for neatness and as
added prevention against
freezer burn.
Two one-pound boxes of
brown, powdered sugar, etc.,
snugly fit in the 1-quart size
lock-style bags and the bak-
ing soda box in sandwich-size
plastic bag.
2. Organize gadgets/tools by
use. Ravioli roller in the rear,
whisk within reach. The
same for spices; paprika
should be prominent; saffron
suppressed.
3. Disposal dates for baking
powder, baking soda, yeast,
etc. are on the bottom or back
(don't ruin a recipe with inac-
tive products). And while
you're looking at dates, read
the ingredients on the
packages. Palm, coconut oil,
large amounts of sodium and
whole egg products should be
given the heave-ho.
4. Routinely separate and
put egg whites in freezer for
extended life. Eggs in the car-
ton stay fresh for 3 weeks.
Bulk spices (combine basil
and thyme together), coffee
and nuts stay longer in the
freezer, too.
5. Do an inventory of your
pots, serving dishes, flatware;
etc. Spoons bent from a bout
with the garbage disposal
have no use. Teflon-coated
pans do wear out. Infrequent-
ly used heavy cast-iron prod-
ucts can be kept to the rear,
while everyday microwave-
safe cooking/serving vessels
should be near, along with a
roll of paper towel and plastic
wrap. Tape a list of all serving
dishes to the inside of the cab-
inet door in which they live.

Ruth Samuels is a writer in
Philadelphia, Pa.

6. Soak kitchen towels in a
bleach/water solution for 20
minutes before washing. Try
rolling them for more space.
7. Add new vegetables/
fruits to your salad: radicchio,
Bok choy, carambola, passion
fruit, etc. Keep lettuce, celery,
carrots, radish, etc., washed
and ready for use. Large salad
spinners keep them fresh and
crisp.
8. Remove all skin from
poultry and try marinading a
turkey breast instead of a cut
of beef. Eat fresh fish in sal-
ads and use low-fat/no-fat
dressings prepared with a
creative touch of your own.
9. Revamp entire recipe file,
cut out interesting newspaper
recipes, bone-up on latest nu-
tritional news and convert
family favorites using less fat
and sugar.
10. Have more people over
to dinner in 1992. After all
this organizing, it'll be a
breeze.

NEW YEARS' SWEET
POTATO BALLS
3 cups cooked sweet
potatoes, mashed
1 /4 cup brown sugar
2 tablespoons margarine
1 tablespoon orange or
pineapple juice
10-12 large marshmallows
grated coconut
Mix sweet potatoes, sugar,
margarine and juice. Form in-
to a ball by putting a marsh-
mallow in the center of one
heaping tablespoon of sweet
potato mixture.
Be sure to cover all the
marshmallow with mixture.
Roll in coconut and place on
ungreased cookie sheet. Bake
in 325F degree oven for 5 to
10 minutes.
These freeze well but
should be thawed before bak-
ing. Yield: 10 to 12 servings.

CARAMBOLA SALAD
WITH PASSION FRUIT
DRESSING
Dressing:
3 passion fruits
8 tablespoons lemon
juice
3 tablespoons sugar
1 cup vegetable oil
Salad:
1 head radicchio lettuce
1 head iceberg lettuce
2 cups sliced carambolas
(they come tart or
sweet)
1 cup orange segments
(cantaloupes can be
used)
Wash and tear lettuce into
bite-size pieces. Spin in the
salad spinner, throw out

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