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November 19, 1993 - Image 111

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-11-19

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The Reform and Conservative Congregations of the Metropoli-

ROASTED RED AND
ORANGE PEPPERS
WITH YOGURT

monthly Shabbat Services for Jewish Singles. If you are a single

2 red bell peppers, halved
lengthwise and seeds
removed
2 orange bell peppers,
halved lengthwise and
seeds removed
1-2 tablespoons olive oil
1 /2 cup pecan halves
2 teaspoons olive oil
2 cups plain yogurt
salt and pepper to taste
2 tablespoons shredded
mint leaves or 2
teaspoons dried
Preheat broiler. Place pep-
pers, cut side down, on baking
sheet.
Brush skin side lightly with
2 tablespoons oil. Place 6 -inch-
es under broiler heat and cook
15 minutes, turning once or
twice, or until browned and
slightly softened. If browning
too quickly, place on lower rack.
While peppers are cooking,
fry pecan halves in 2 teaspoons
oil in small non-stick skillet over
high heat, for 1 minute, stirring
constantly.Drain on paper tow-
els. Season yogurt to taste with
salt and pepper and pour into
shallow serving dish. Place pep-
pers on top, alternating red and
orange. Scatter pecans and
mint over. Serves 8.

vices. Services begin on Friday evenings at 8:30 p.m. and are

PISTACHIO-PINE
CONFECTIONS

/4 cup pine nuts
1 /4 cup pistachios, finely
chopped
21/4 cups sugar
1 cup water
2 teaspoons fresh lemon
juice
8 oz prepared almond
paste or marzipan at
room temperature
2 teaspoons rosewater
Combine pine nuts and
chopped pistachios in shallow
dish. Set aside.In large sauce-
pan, combine sugar, water and
lemon juice.
Bring to boil over high heat.
Reduce heat to medium and
cook 15 minutes, stirring occa-
sionally, or until mixture forms
a syrup. Remove from heat.
In medium bowl, combine al-
mond paste and rosewater. Roll
mixture into walnut-size balls.
With slotted spoon, quickly dip
balls into syrup, coating all
sides. Roll each syrup-coated
ball in nut mixture and place on
wax paper to dry. Makes 18-
20. ❑

1

All our exercises in piety are
only introductory to our
union with God.
—Rabbi Jacob Katz

Participating Congregations:

tan Detroit area are proud to announce the 1993-94 series of

REFORM
Congregation Shir Tikvah
Temple Beth El
Temple Emanu-El
Temple Israel
Temple Kol Ami
Temple Shir Shalom

Jew in the Detroit community, please join us for Shabbat Ser-

followed by an Oneg Shabbat, featuring a speaker and program.

The next Singles Shabbat Service will be
hosted by

CONSERVATIVE
Adat Shalom Synagogue
Beth Abraham Hill-Moses
Congregation Beth Achim
Congregation Beth Shalom
B'nai Moshe
Shaarey Zedek
Shaarey Zedek - B'nai Israel
Center

Congregation B'nai Moshe

6800 Drake Road
West Bloomfield, MI

Friday, December 3, 1993
8:30 p.m.

featuring

Don Shane
Sports Director and Anchor WXYZ-TV 7

"An Evening with Don Shane"

Don Shane, Sports Director and Sports Anchor for WXYZ-
TV, Channel 7, began his career in radio as a news and
sportscaster in Texas. Shane has earned Emmy awards
for his series, "Jokers Are Wild," his "Sports: Final Edition"
program, and his football pre-game shows, "The Big 10
Ticket." In 1990 and again in '92, he was honored by the
Associated Press for having the best television sports cast
in Michigan.

A native of Baltimore, Maryland, Shane holds a Bachelors'
Degree in Political Science from the University of
Maryland and a Masters' of Journalism from the University
of Colorado. He lives in West Bloomfield with his wife,
Mona, and their two children Justin and Lindsay.

Don Shane

This program is sponsored by the Michigan Board of Rabbis, in
cooperation with The Jewish News and the Jewish Community
Center. These Shabbat Services have been made possible by a grant
from the Max M. Fisher Foundation of the Detroit Jewish Federation.

NOW
OPEN
SUNDAYS

YEAR END CLEARANCE SALE

All carpets in Mock

50 % elf

Choose from more than 200 Rolls

548-7884

10721 W. 10 Mile • Oak Park • 1/4 Mile E. of Coolidge

0")

NO VEM BER

20-25 minutes in preheated 400
degree oven until puffed and
golden. Serve warm. Makes 8.

Shabbat Services
for Singles

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