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February 09, 1996 - Image 135

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1996-02-09

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Menus For Shabbat
And Holidays

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PHYLLIS STEINBERG

SPECIAL TO THE JEWISH NEWS

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Fresh From the Kitchen, is a cook-
book for the kosher cook who
wants 300 recipes from the per-
fect pea soup to elegant vichys-
soise.
This handy reference book for
the kosher cook contains a com-
plete guide to equipping the
kosher kitchen, shopping tips and
stock-up lists, Shabbat and holi-
day menus and many recipes for
kugels and cholents.
Published by Targum, Feld-
heim, Fresh From the Kitchenis
equally wonderful for novices and
kitchen veterans. It has recipes
for scrumptious breads, in-
cluding maple-raisin and tempt-
ing golden- brown challahs.
Targum Press is located in
Southfield, 22700 W. Eleven Mile
Road, and also has offices in
Jerusalem. The book was printed
in 1995 in Israel.

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gorgeous bridal gowns1 . ,c,

everyday china

of if,,

romantic 'weddings

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SOUTHFUELD

Sexy Lingerie
Unique Novelties
Risque Greeting Cards
Sensuous Oils (Sr Lotions

Video Sales & Rentals
Outrageous Joke Gifts

w ith

someone
you love!

■ Arbor Rx

11 Mile & Lahser

■ Arbor Rx

■ Arbor Rx

Telegraph & Long Lake

Evergreen & 12 Mile

■ Barnes and Noble

■ Borders Book Store

Southfield & 13 Mile

■ Efros Rx

Greenfield & 10 Mile

■ Majestic Market

Lahser & Civic Center

■ Seven-Eleven

Franklin Rd. S. of 12 Mile

APRICOT-GLAZED DUCK

WEST
BLOOMFIELD

Orchard Lk. S. of Maple

■ Efros Rx

Orchard Lk. & Maple

■ Kroger

14 Mile & Farmington

■ Mapleview Party Store

Maple & Farmington

■ Seven-Eleven

Orchard Lake & Lone Pine

■ Togos

1- 5 to 6 pound duck
garlic powder (about a teaspoon)
freshly ground black pepper
(about 1/2 teaspoon)
Glaze:
1/2 pound dried apricots
1/3 cup honey
1/4 cup apple-cider vinegar

Tel-12 Mall

BIRMINGHAM

■ Barnes & Noble

Preheat oven to 450 degrees.
Clean the duck carefully and re-
move pinfeathers. Pat dry and rub
inside and out with garlic powder
and pepper. Place breast side
down on a roasting rack in a roast-
ing pan. Turn the oven down to
350 degrees and roast uncovered
until done, between 1 1/4 hours
and 2 hours.
Place apricots in a saucepan
and cover with water. Bring to a
boil over a medium flame and cook
for 10 minutes. Cool. Puree the
apricots and their cooking liquid
in a blender or food processor with
the steel blade attachment. Add
the rest of the ingredients and
blend for a few seconds.
Prepare Roast Duck as de-
scribed. Before placing the duck
in the oven, brush it with half the
apricot glaze. Roast for half the
cooking time. Remove from the
oven and brush the duck with the
remaining glaze. Return it to the
oven and let it finish preparing it-
self to be eaten. Cut and serve.
Four servings.

Telegraph & Maple

FARMINGTON
HILLS

■ Birmingham Rx

■ Rite-Aide

■ Savon Rx

Grand River & Drake

Telegraph & Maple

1220 Woodward

■ Borders Book Store

Orchard Lk. S. of 14 Mile

■ Kroger Perry Rx

12 Mile & Halsted

OAK PARK

■ Lincoln Rx

■ Rite-Aide

Coolidge & Lincoln

12 Mile & Farmington

■ Oak Park Book Center

■ Rite-Aide

Nine Mile & Coolidge

14 Mile & Northwestern

■ Seven-Eleven

■ Warren Rx

Lincoln E. of Greenfield

Middlebelt & 14 Mile

NOVI

■ Borders Book Store

ROCHESTER
HILLS

■ Barnes & Noble

Novi Rd. & 1-96

Rochester Road

■ Doubleday Books

■ Rochester Book Center

Twelve Oaks

Walton Road

LIVONIA

■ Coopersmith Books

Laurel Park Mall

TROY

■ DoubleDay Books

Somerset Mall

CO

ROAST TURKEY BREAST

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1- 2 pound turkey breast, bone
attached
paprika, to taste
freshly ground black pepper, to
taste
5 cloves garlic, peeled and sliced

Preheat oven to 325 degrees.
Clean the turkey skin if necessary
and put the turkey in a roasting
pan. Sprinkle lightly with papri-

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