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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-05-15

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ost people do not
know that the Early
Jews devoted much
of their time to the pleasures
of the dinner table.
Even though opposed to the
Hellenization of the Holy
Land, these people, never-
theless, were influenced by
the dining habits of the
Greeks, and, like the Greeks,
enjoyed the aroma of roasting
meat on an open spit.
Although no cookbooks
have survived from those
days, a variety of essays by
Greek authors such as
Glaucus of Locris, Mithaecus
and Heraclitus, have. After
visiting the Holy Land they
wrote treatises on subjects as
diverse as gastronomy,
pickles and vegetables. The
only recipes that survive the
age are those of Archestratus,
a disciple of Epicurus, who
wrote a charming little book

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taken as typical: "When
roasting a dogfish, be certain
to add some sea-green olive
oil and whatever fragrant
herbs the garden yields. Take
special care of the heat of the
flame so that the flesh does
not burn before it reaches the
palate." This recipe remains
appropriate for preparing any
Mediterranean fish today.
No matter what they ate,
they invariably drank large
quantities of wine and mead,
a marvelously intoxicating
beverage based on herbs,
honey and yeast. Although
the following recipes have
been somewhat adapted to
modern tastes, each is typical
of dishes popular at that time.
Unless otherwise noted, each
of the recipes is designed to
serve 6.

COLD SPICED CHICKEN
21/2 cups dry white wine
1 cup sugar
1 cup honey
2 tsp. ground cloves
1 /2 cup seedless raisins
1 Tbs. lemon peel, grated
5 egg yolks
3 lbs. cooked chicken,
diced

In a saucepan combine the
wine and sugar. Bring to a
boil and let boil, stirring oc-
casionally, until thickened
(about 10 minutes). Remove
and reserve 1/2 cup. To the
saucepan add the honey,
cloves, raisins and lemon
peel. Boil again, reduce the
flame and simmer for 2-3
minutes.

In a mixing bowl beat the
egg yolks lightly and stir in
the reserved wine syrup. Pour
this mixture back into the
saucepan and cook, stirring
constantly, over a low flame
until thickened. Do not boil.
Stir in the chicken pieces.
Let cool and then refriger-
ate until chilled through.

CHICKEN BRAISED
IN CIDER
12 small sage leaves
3 very small chickens
3 Tbs. chicken fat
2 medium onions,
chopped coarsely
1 large carrot, chopped
coarsely
1 turnip, chopped
coarsely
21/2 cups apple cider or
apple juice
1 bouquet garni made by
tying together 3
sprigs of parsley, 2
sprigs of thyme and
1 /2 bay leaf
1 /4 cup parsley, chopped

Divide the sage leaves into
equal portions and place
them inside the cavity of the
birds. Sew the birds closed. In
a large flameproof casserole
melt the fat over a high flame -=(
and brown the birds well.
Remove the birds and reduce
the flame. Add the onion, car-
rot and turnip, cover and let
cook for 5-6 minutes. Replace
the birds and pour over the
cider. Bring to a boil, add the
bouquet garni, cover and
transfer to a medium oven for
2 hours.
Remove the birds from the
casserole and set aside to
keep warm. Strain the liquids
in the casserole, pressing
down on the vegetables to
squeeze out the liquids. Place
the birds on a pre-warmed
serving platter, pour over
some of the juices and
sprinkle with parsley.

CHEESE WITH HONEY
AND BERRIES
2 lbs. whole
boysenberries or
blueberries
10-12 oz. cream cheese,
softened
6 Tbs. dry white wine
5 Tbs. honey
2 Tbs. confectioners'
sugar

Place the cream cheese in a
mixing bowl and gradually
add the wine. When smooth,
add the honey and stir in the
berries. Chill for 1 to 2 hours
and then serve in chilled
glasses or bowls that have
had their rims dipped in the
confectioners' sugar. CI

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