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July 02, 1993 - Image 90

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-07-02

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EAT WELL EAT SMART EAT KOSHER AND FOR THE FINEST OF KOSHER PRODUCTS
Association who sells only the finest of
Look for this emblem and be a name
select kosher products which are
not a number by shopping at a
certified kosher by a recognized
member market of the Detroit area
Orthodox rabbinical council
Retail Kosher Meat Dealers

SUNDAY JULY 4th THROUGH
FRIDAY, JULY 9th

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$2.59/m.

CHICKEN BREAST WITH WINGS

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$ 1 99/pkg.

CHICKEN & TURKEY POT PIES

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Sunday 8:30-5:00
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in the West Bloomfield Plaia, West Bloomfield
PHONE 932-3930 & 932-3931

OUR FAMILY HAS BEEN SERVING THE JEWISH COMMUNITY FOR
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Find Food Fun
For The Fourth

he Fourth of July weekend
is uniquely American. A
nationwide bonanza
crammed with fun,
friends, fireworks and feasting.
And that means food, lots of
it, to tempt and delight the fick-
le tastes of family, guests, and
any stragglers who drop in 'just
for a minute,' and stay for sup-
per.
Whether you're heading for a
big weekend at the beach house
or living it up at a backyard
shindig, the name of the game
is "little effort, big flavor." And
the secret for carefree, good eat-
ing, away from home — cook and
shop ahead.
The two menus which follow
have scored high for simple cook-
ing, good taste, and easy travel.
Store-bought items are incorpo-
rated with homemade "from
scratch," with spectacular re-
sults. For example, in Menu 1,
hummus (chickpea dip), and
pita bread are purchased the
day before. Before serving, brush
pita bread with olive oil or one
of the newly certified kosher
Loriva oils such as Toasted
Sesame or Garlic, toast to
crispen, and you've created a
new taste sensation.
Barbecued chickens are a
standard item in most markets
— they'll even cut the poultry in
quarters, a messy job when done
at the last minute. Or cut costs
by using my fail-safe recipe for
Lime-Crusted Chicken.
Then there's the lowly lentil,
elevated to haute cuisine in a
spicy-sweet Moroccan mixture.
Cooked and tossed with sweet
onion, raisins and spices, here's
a salad that's not only irre-
sistible but praised by health ex-
perts. May also be served up as
a dairy meal along with chunks
of good cheddar cheese, warm
breads and sweet butter.
This menu calls for a refresh-
ing, zesty dessert so catch the
last of the season's rhubarb to
poach with ripe, red strawber-
ries steeped in sweet Shabbat
wine.
A meatless Menu 2 is certain
to tempt the taste buds of every-
one — even dedicated meat
lovers. Begin with a sparkling
champagne toast to summer,
buying the driest and best you
can afford. Pasta needs a big
cooking pot and lots of elbow
room so bring it along in a tight-
lidded unbreakable container,
cooked and drained and tossed
with a dash of sesame oil to keep
strands separated. Refrigerat-
ed, cooked pasta will hold and
stay fresh for 2 days.

For Pasta Primavera,
steamed fresh vegetables or
frozen thawed vegetables and
seasonings are added before
serving. Make use of fresh mint
and parsley for New Potato Sal-
ad— and don't even think of peel-
ing the potatoes. This is a
no-mayonnaise combination
starting out with lightly
browned, sweet or Vidalia
onions. It's best to keep dessert
light and simple. You'll find
sweet but tart Lime 'Cream'
Whip served with a wedge of
homemade Angel Food Cake (no
cholesterol) fills the bill perfect-
ly. Recipes included for starred
items only.

SIMPLE, BY DESIGN:
MENU 1

Hummus and Toasted Garlic
Pita Bread
Lime-Crusted Barbecued
Chicken*
Moroccan Lentil Salad with
Currants*
Tossed Greens, Sweet and Sour
Dressing
Garlic Bread
Wine-Steeped Rhubarb and
Berries*

L1 ME-CRUSTED
BARBECUED CHICKEN
• v. cup prepared barbecue

sauce
• 1/4 cup apricot preserves
• 2 teaspoons chopped garlic
• juice and grated rind of
1 large lime
• 2 frying chickens, quartered

In small saucepan, combine
barbecue sauce, apricot pre-
serves, garlic, lime juice and
grated rind. Warm over medi-
um heat, stirring occasionally
until preserves are melted.
Wash and dry chicken pieces.
Sprinkle all sides lightly with
salt and pepper and brush gen-
erously with sauce. Arrange
chicken on preheated grill or in
baking dish. Grill, turning and
basting often, for 30-40 minutes,
or until juices run clear when
chicken is pierced at thickest
part. OR bake in preheated
375F oven for 30 minutes, bast-
ing often with sauce. Test for
doneness as in grilling. Serves
8.

FOOD FUN page 92

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