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February 18, 1994 - Image 154

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-02-18

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We Are Once Again Taking
Orders For The Passover
Holidays And For The
Week Before Passover.

Purim Treats
Are In Order

EILEEN GOLTZ SPECIAL TO THE JEWISH NEWS

urim is the one day out of
the year that you can
dress up really strange,
get slightly silly on
schnapps, and act like a total
and complete idiot in a room full
of people that are having just as
much fun as you are. You can
do this, of course, because you
know that that's what you're
supposed to do on Purim.
Every year, without fail my
kids and I "discuss" how we'd
like to dress up. They say I al-
ways suggest Esther or Haman.
Both Shlomo and Avi think. I'm
utterly out of touch with reali-
ty. My guys seem to gravitate
to X Men and King Kong.
(When asked what he wanted
to be when he grew up, my
kindergartner replied "a REAL
dinosaur"). I give up. Somehow
we manage to come up with
unique and interesting cos-
tumes every year.
Of course, the food most of-
ten eaten on Purim is Haman-
tashen. Some people love a
yeast dough and others prefer
a more cookie-like base. Since
there are as many recipes for
Hamantashen as there are di-
nosaurs in my 6-year-old's toy

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MOROCCAN SUGAR
COOKIES

1 c. vegetable oil or butter
1 c. sugar
3 c. flour
'/3 c. finely ground walnuts
or almonds
1 /2 t. cirmamon
powdered sugar
Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
Mix sugar and oil together in
a large bowl. Gradually add the
flour 1 cup at a time mixing
well. Blend in the nuts and cin-
namon. When the dough feels
smooth, pinch off pieces of the
dough large enough to roll into
1'12-inch balls. Place the cookie
onto a floured cookie sheet and
flatten slightly. Bake 35 to 45
minutes. Do not let the cookies
get brown, they should remain
off-white. Remove from cookie
sheet, cool on a rack and sprin-
kle with powdered sugar.
Makes about 30 cookies.

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box, I've decided to find you
recipes for other foods that are
associated with Purim.
I discovered that you should
eat turkey. Since the turkey is
supposed to be the stupidest an-
imal on the planet, it's eaten to
remind of Ahasuerus. Since
Purim is the last festival before
Passover, we're also supposed
to use up all of our flour by bak-
ing all kinds of sweet treats us-
ing the fruits we reintroduced
to our diet at Tu B'Shevat.
So grab a greger oops I
mean spoon, and get cooking.

3 T. vegetable oil
3 egg yolks
juice of 1 orange
grated rinds of 1 orange
and 1 lemon
4 c. sifted flour
3 oz. chocolate chips
1 /2 c. sugar
2 oz. candied orange peel
extra orange juice
Pre-heat oven to 400 degrees.
Mix the oil, egg yolks, orange
juice and grated rind together.
Add the flour to make a dough.
Roll out and sprinkle remain-
ing ingredients into the center
of the dough. Roll the dough up
jelly roll style, making sure the
log is tightly rolled. Cut into
slices about 1/2-inch thick and
place them on a greased cookie
sheet. Bake 10 to 12 minutes,
basting once with orange juice
after about 6 minutes.

Eileen Goltz ©1994

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