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January 26, 1996 - Image 113

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1996-01-26

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COMPILED BY ELIZABETH APPLE

Food For Thought

eginning this week, Family Fun will in-
clude a section about interesting kosher
foods available throughout metro Detroit.
Each food will be reviewed by members
of The Jewish News staff, with a consensus ul-
timately rende:ing a "forks up" (buy it now!)
or a "forks down" (skip it) rating. If you have
something you would like us to test, please send
the name of the food, where it can be purchased,
and your name and address to Family Fun, clo
The Jewish News.

Consider
This

Jewish law has much to say
about the way people treat an-
imals. We are obligated, for ex-
ample, to feed our pets before
we ourselves sit down to eat.
Yet it also makes clear that
animals should not be placed on
the same level as human be-
ings. A human life is sacred,
and nothing is comparable.
How do you feel about Jew-
ish animal-rights activists? Does
what they are doing have any-
thing to do with Halachah? Do
you regard your pet as a mem-
ber of the family? What if there
was a fire, and you could save
only either your dog or a child
you had never met. Whom
would you help? Is this a diffi-
cult question for you to answer?

This weeks foods:
Faygo Pineapple Orange
Soda Pop (certified 0-U)

Snyder's of Hanover Kosher
Dill-Flavored Potato Chips
(certified 0-U dairy, not cholov Yisrael)

RATING FOR
FAYGO SODA POP:
Forks up

About the soda pop
"Delicious and surprisingly refreshing! I feel
like I'm in Tahiti with this pineapple and or-
ange." — Staff Writer David Zeman (who clear-
ly has watched too many television ads)
RATING FOR
"Too sweet, but I'm not a pop drinker so they
POTATO CHIPS:
all taste too sweet. But I like Faygo."— Staff
Writer Julie Edgar
Forks down
"It's very sweet, and I don't drink anything
but diet soda. This would be wonderful in a
Insightful comments from our staff:
punch — and they should make it in diet." —
Ruth Littmann
About the chips
"The dill flavor is nice, though these are a lit-
"Usually I don't like flavored sodas, but this
tle too salty." — Editorial Assistant Seymour is not obnoxious." — Debbie Schultz, a member
Manello
of the production staff, who often designs the
"I don't like flavored potato chips. Forks Family Fun page.

Ps- the coming week's Torah
ortion Exodus 13:17-17:16
Beshalach. This coming
kShabbat is known. as
b at Shira ("Sabbath of Song")
ecause the parsha contains
the song of the Israelites on
e parting of the Red Sea
v-ise,s 15:1-18) and Ariarn's.
on the same the
Wh en ma

Doyou-I:Mire an idea
or photo that would be

The Jewish News

good for
for the Family section?

F1113.

Please send to
Elizabeth Applebaum,
Family Fun, cio The Jewish
Nevi's, 2766 Franklin:ad.,
34
Southfield, Nil 480

beeorne the
P hotos he Jewish News
of T
pro perty
cannot be returned.
and

down." — Associate Editor Alan Hitsky
"A little too vinegary for me." — Assistant Ed-
itor Gail Zimmerman.
"I'm afraid these will give me really bad
breath." — Style magazine Editor Carla
Schwartz
"These totally taste like pickles. They make
you feel like you're retaining water, and who
wants that?" —Arts and Entertainment Editor
Julie Yolles
"The first thought this brings to mind are
those soggy slices of vinegary cucumbers that
people pick up off their hamburgers, hold up
and ask, 'Does anyone want this?' - though
these are a little crisper. Of course, I hap-
pen to like those soggy cucumbers." — Staff
Writer Ruth Littmann, who ultimately gave the
chips "forks up."

Looking
For A Hero
Suppose you were to design a

Jewish superhero.
What would he or she look
like? What would his/her name
be? What kind of costume would
he or she wear?
After you have come up with
your superhero, consider writ-
ing a comic book. What
kind of enemy would
the superhero
battle?

LLJ

An actor dressed as Spiderman scales
the mayor's office In Jerusalem as a
promotion for the TV series.

ound Up
At Beth SOW

Yee haw, pard-%
ners! If you're
looking for something
mighty fun to
do around these
parts, consider
roundin' up the
crew and gettin' on
out to Beth
Shalom for a 4:14 .
Wild West Ad-
venture.
Together with Jewish Expe-
riences For Families, Beth
Shalom will host an erev Tu
B'Shevat program that's sure to
knock the spurs off yer boots! It
will be held 4:30 to 7 p.m. Sun-
day, Feb. 4, and will include a
kosher pizza dinner, a mighty
yummy dessert and a showing
of The Indian in the Cupboard.
The cost is $10 a family, and
everybody from way out West
and the Midwest and the South
and the North and every place
else is real welcome! Places are
limited, though, so be sure to
make your reservations
right away. For reser-
vations, which are
due by Jan. 29,
call Beth
Shalom, (810)
547-7970.

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