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December 10, 1993 - Image 118

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-12-10

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OR CHARD MALL

Holiday Magic

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 16
6AM - 10AM

Chanukah is
From TheKitchen

Help make it a magical holiday for needy children.
Bring a new, unwrapped toy to the Center court of the Orchard
Mall on Thursday morning, December 16 from 6:00 AM to
10:00 AM for the Annual Toys for Tots Campaign, sponsored
by WNIC and the U.S. Marine Corps. While you're here, have
coffee and donuts with Jim Harper, Steve Gannon and "The
Breakfast Club" at the live, remote broadcast of their morning
show on WNIC.

EILEEN GOLTZ SPECIAL TO THE JEWISH NEWS

E

very Chanukah, I made
out a list of what I want-
ed, and every aunt, uncle,
grandparent and kid on
the block got a copy. Nothing
was left to chance and I knew
what to expect.
As an adult I seem to have
somehow lost control. The gifts
are getting weirder and weird-
er each year. Sometimes I'm
even afraid to open the box.
The most bizzare gift we ever
received for Chanukah was the

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 18
1:00PM

Holiday Magic with Magician Michael Jacobson.
A magical holiday show for the little
ones. After the show,all attending
adults will have a chance to win holi-
day certificates good at any Orchard
Mall store through December 24, 1993.

Holiday Hours Begin December 13

Monday-Friday 10:00 AM-9:00 PM
Saturday
10:00 AM-6:00 PM
Sunday
12:00 Noon-5:00 PM

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for our family.
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and cookies on a pretty platter
as part of the gift. With this in
mind, here are several of my fa-
vorite "gift" recipes.
Just remember, nobody every
returns chocolate!

ONION CHEESE
BREAD

2 T. plus 1 t. corn oil
margarine
c. chopped onions
2 egg whites
'/2 c. sour cream
1 /8 t. ground pepper
2 cups unbleached flour
1 T. baking powder
1 c. shredded Cheddar
cheese
c. milk
3 T. minced parsley

Send presents to
friends and family
without hitting a
mall.

Tater Twister. Who invented
this? It's a strange kitchen gad-
get that no self-respecting
gourmet chef can do without
(yeah, right). Following closely
behind this marvel were the
homemade placemats that
glowed in the dark. This was
topped only by getting the same
fish platter from the same peo-
ple two years in a row.
Why is it that every time
someone picks out a gift espe-
cially for me I feel like they
closed their eyes and threw a
dart at a Kmart ad. Just once
I'd like to receive something
that doesn't have a 90-day war-
ranty and be guaranteed to cut
my cleaning time in half.
I think that I've come up with
the perfect idea for gift giving
for 5754. My Chanukah pre-
sents will all have something to
do with food. Everyone gets
something personal. I don't
have to worry about size, color
or "C" batteries. No more guess-
ing how much we spent last
year or who sent what. I can
send presents to all my friends
and family and never have to
hit the mall.
For the younger children,
there are dozens of "kids"
kosher cookbooks available. For
the older teens and college-age
students there are several great
classics like Modern Kosher
Cooking and Aleph Bet Soup by
the Solomon Schecter School of
Highland Park, Ill. I love get-
ting cookbooks; every time I
read one I find something new.
For my very special friends,
I like to bake. A homemade gift
of food is a gift of love. I usual-
ly put the muffins and breads
in beautiful baskets or the cakes

Melt 1 T. margarine in a skil-
let over medium flame. Saute
onions until they're transpar-
ent, cool slightly. Add egg
whites, sour cream and pepper:
mix well and put aside. Com-
bine flour and baking powder
in a bowl. Mix in remaining
margarine with fork until
crumbly. Stir in 1/2 c. cheese.
Add milk and stir to make soft
dough. Pat dough into a greased
9-in. square pan. Spread sour
cream mixture on top Sprinkle
remaining cheese and parsley
on top. Bake 25 minutes at 425
degrees. Serves 8 to 10.

FUDGE PECAN PIE

/2 c. sugar
1 /3 c. cocoa
1 /3 c. unsifted flour
'/4 t salt
1 1 /4 cups light corn syrup
3 eggs
3 T. butter or margarine,
melted
1 1/2 t. vanilla
1 /2 c. chopped pecans
9-in. unbaked pastry shell
pecan halves

1

Combine sugar, cocoa, flour,
salt, corn syrup, eggs, melted
butter and vanilla with an elec-
tric mixer. Beat about 30 sec-
onds (don't over beat). Stir in

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