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December 16, 1994 - Image 112

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-12-16

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DIPS
Honunus Tahini

SALADS
Taboule
Stuffed Grape
Leaves
Loubieh

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Baba Gbannonj

Musakaa

OASIS



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ASK
ABOUT
OUR
BANQUET
CATERING

CALL
313-998-1927

CUISINE

FOR A LISTING
OF STORES
OUTSIDE
THE
METRO AREA

Look for your favorite Mediterranean foods
- certified kosher by the
internationally known symbol

AVAILABLE AT THESE FINE STORES:

WESTBORN FRUIT MARKETS VIC'S QUALITY FRUIT MARKET SHOPPING CENTER MARKET
•Woodward Ave. in Berkley,
•Southfield Road in Beverly Hills
LOCATIONS
•Michigan Ave. in Dearborn
•On Orchard Lake Road in
BETTY'S GROCERY STORE
West Bloomfield,
FOOD EMPORIUM
•Woodward Ave.
•12 Mile Road & Coolidge in Berkley,

•On Greenfield Road in Smithfield

in Birmingham

VITAL FOODS

GOOD FOOD COMPANY

•Orchard Lake Road &
Maple West Bloomfield

UNIQUE KOSHER

•Greenfield Road in Southfield

HOLLYWOOD MARKET

•North Main Street
in Royal Oak

NATURAL ALTERNATIVE
HEALTH FOOD

•Haggerty and 14 Mile

•On Livernois in Troy,
•Ford Road in Canton

THE FOLLOWING
MEIER LOCATIONS

•Fourteen Mile and Coolidge,
•Maple and Haggerty
•8 Mile and Haggerty

AMERICAN BULK FOOD
STORES

•Orchard Lake Road
in West Bloomfield,
•Michigan Ave. in Dearborn

OPEN THIS SUNDAY
DECEMBER I 8TH, I 2-4

•West 14 Mile at Haggerty,
•North Center Road in Northville

FRESH CHOICE MARKET

•Livonia

NINO SALVAGGIO'S
INT'L MARKETPLACE

•Middlebelt Road
in Farmington Hills

BABYLON ETHNIC FOOD

•Maple and Orchard Lake Road
West Bloomfield

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through Friday, December 23rd
9:30 - 7:00

Everything Always 20%-35%
Of Retail

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Men's Furnishings
And Accessories

810-352-1080

And Evergreen)

Give A Cheer
For Chocoholics!

EILEEN GOLTZ SPECIAL TO THE JEWISH NEWS

I

t's time for my annual state of
the chocolate address. As your
duly elected Exalted Grand
Poobah of Mocha, it is my duty
to periodically inform all my loy-
al chocoholic constituents as to
the current world situation as it
pertains to chocolate.
I've been most diligent in my
efforts to bring you only the
"biggest" and the "best" of what's
available from the chocolate mar-
ket. Night and day, research, re-
search, research. (So much
chocolate, so little time to taste
test). This year, I zereod in on the
Ghiradelli Chocolate Company.
This company, founded in 1852
in San Francisco by Domingo
Ghiradelli, has a unique process
for formulating its chocolate prod-
ucts that leaves its competition
far behind in the taste depart-
ment. It's a little more expensive
than other brands but you can
definitely taste the difference.
Thr'r ground chocolate (not to be
confused with cocoa) is a special
mixture of chocolate, sugar and
vanilla makes the perfect cup of
hot chocolate. The fact that their
products are kosher is the choco-
late icing on the cake!
For years, the only place you
could get Ghirardelli chocolate
products was San Francisco.
Every time someone I knew
would make a trip out West, I'd
beg them to bring me as much
Ghirardelli as they could carry.
Since the company was pur-
chased by the Golden Grain Com-
pany, they've slowly expanded to
offer their products nationwide.
Thank goodness I can no get
everything from the ground
sweet chocolate to candy bars to
unbelievably fantastic truffles by
shopping at several local spe-
ciality stores. If they're out, I
know that I can always call 1-
800-488-0078 and the Ghirardelli
company will be more than hap-
py to help me find exactly what I
need.
Here are a few recipes to get
you going.

COOKIE TURTLES

DRUNK DRIVING DOESN'T
JUST KILL DRUNK DRIVERS.

,Vicholas Esposito, killed Oet. 13,
1989 at 8:25pm.

Next time your friend insists on
driving drunk, do whatever it takes to
stop him. Because if he kills innocent
people, how will you live with yourself?

FRIENDS DON'T LET FRIENDS DRIVE DRUNK.

1/2 c. butter or margarine
1 c. brown sugar
1 egg
1/2 t. maple flavoring
1 c. u_nsifted flour
1 t. baking powder
1/2 t. salt
pecan halves
1 c. semi-sweet chocolate chips
2 T. milk

Preheat oven to 350. Cream
butter with sugar. Add egg and
maple flavoring, beating until
smooth. Stir flour with baking
powder and salt, blend into
creamed mixture. Chill dough.

Drop dough by teaspoon full onto
ungreased cookie sheet. Push 4
pecan halves, 2 on each side, into
the cookie. Bake for 12 to 14 min.
Cool on rack. Melt chocolate chips
with milk, stirring constantly.
Frost top of cookies with melted
chocolate. Makes 3 doz.

YERBA BUENA
FANCY YAMS

2 lbs. (4 medium) yams
1/4 c. butter or margarine
1 t. salt
1 c. light corn syrup
1 T. ground chocolate
1/2 t. pumpkin pie spice
3 T. Grand Marnier or brandy
1/4 c. pecan halves

Peel yams, cut into 1 inch
slices. In a large skillet, brown
yams in butter or margarine,
sprinkle with salt while cooking.
Blend corn syrup with ground
chocolate, pumpkin pie spice and
Grand Marnier; pour over yams.
Sprinkle with nuts. Simmer, cov-
ered for 30 min. Makes 6 serv-
ings.

CALIFORNIA
CAPPUCCINO

3/4 c. milk
1 heaping T. ground chocolate
1 t. instant coffee
1 T. brandy

For each serving, combine in-
gredients in a saucepan. Heat,
whipping until foamy. Pour into
preheated mug. Top with
whipped cram if desired. Dust
with ground chocolate.

CHOCOLATE
POPCORN BALLS

1/2 c. popcorn
1 c. semi sweet chocolate chips
1/2 c. light corn syrup
1 c. water
1 c. sugar
pinch salt
2 T. butter or margarine
3/4 c. chopped walnuts

Pop popcorn according to pack-
age directions. (approx. 3 qts.
popped) In a heavy saucepan
melt chocolate chips with corn
syrup, stir in water, sugar and
salt, heat to boiling without stir-
ring. Cook until candy ther-
mometer reads 245. (this takes a
while) Remove from heat, blend
in butter. Toss popcorn with nuts
and syrup, cool slightly. Press
into balls. Makes 16 (1/2 c.) balls.

© Eileen Goltz 1994

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