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May 10, 1996 - Image 134

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1996-05-10

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MEET COUSIN MINDY

She knows a knock-
off from an original
blindfolded. That's why
she only has designs
on delicious Golden
Blintzes.

Other brands of blintzes try to copy
our secret recipe and great taste. But
smart people know there's only one
original. For over 40 years we've
been making blintzes with the best
fresh cheese and whole fresh fruit. And
Golden Blintzes have up to 40%
more filling than some brands.
So anytime you want a great low fat
(not including potato blintz) meal or
dessert with as little as 80 calories per
blintz, get Golden. Because nobody
makes a better blintz.

ADVENTURES page 132

CHOCOLATE DEMI
TASSE

15 egg yolks
4 ounces granulated sugar
7 egg whites
2 quarts whip cream
10 gelatin sheets
6 ounces single malt Scotch, such
as Cragganmore
20 chocolate cups (or desired
mold)

Whip yolks and sugar over hot
water bath until light in texture.
Whip cream, set aside.
Soften gelatin in cold water,
drain and place in bowl with
Scotch.
Place the bowl over hot water
bath and dissolve the gelatin.
Remove from heat and add to
whip yolk mixture.
Whip whites to soft peaks and
fold in whipped cream and pipe
into desired molds. Freeze till
firm. Serve with fresh berries and
orange sauce.
Makes 20 portions.

SMOKED SCOTTISH
SALMON AND GRAVLAX
OBAN

4 smoked salmon or 4 raw
salmon (4 ounces each)
1 bunch fresh dill, finely chopped
1/2 cup kosher salt
1/2 cup lightly crushed black and
white peppercorns
1/4 cup chopped parsley
1/2 cup single malt Oban Scotch

Get real. Get Golden:

Why Did the Chicken Cross the
Road to Oak Park or Southfield?

Clean salmon, de-bone and
scale. Leave skin on. Lightly rub
the salt and peppercorns on fish.
Add finely chopped dill and re-
mainder of salt to salmon. Leave
for one hour. Add Oban and pars-
ley. Wrap tightly in clear plas-
tic wrap twice; put into a pan and
place a heavy object on top of
salmon. (heavy cans or weights)
Let sit in refrigerator for four to
five days. Slice very thin and
serve on cold plates with lemon

and regular smoked salmon. The
smoked fishes complement each
other.

DOUBLE CHOCOLATE
MOUSSE

chocolate cups
raspberry sauce (recipe below)
English cream (recipe below)
5 ounces Swiss chocolate
2 cups heavy cream
4 mint sprigs washed
12 raspberries
3 to 4 egg whites
112 cup powdered sugar (sifted)
112 cup Glenkinchie Scotch

Heat chocolate in double boil-
er over low heat. Take egg whites
(making sure that they are pure
whites—no yolks.) Put into mix-
er in stainless steel bowl and beat
with heavy whisk and form firm
peaks. Add half of the sugar and
finish whisking.
Remove chocolate and let cool
slightly. Beat cream the same
way and add the rest of the sug-
ar. Do not over beat. Fold heavy
cream and egg whites into choco-
late one at a time. This should be
of a light consistency and not
broken. Keep in refrigerator. Add
Glenkinchie. Chill dessert plates.
Make your sauce design and then
put chocolate cups onto plate.
Spoon chocolate mousse into cups
and put mint sprig in center.
Decorate plate with raspber-
ries. Serve cold sauces immedi-
ately. Four servings.

ONE CUP ENGLISH
CREAM

3 egg yolks
1 cut hnlf and half
3 tablespoons sugar
1/4 teaspoon of vanilla bean

ONE CUP RASPBERRY
SAUCE

3 pints fresh raspberries
3 tablespoons sugar
1/4 tablespoon cornstarch

Mediterranean Diet
And A Healthful Lifestyle

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why over 800 families have taken advantage of our program.

For information, call

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of Metropolitan Detroit

N EIGI IBOW 1001)

H

ealth has become a major
concern for Americans in
the 90s. As we begin to un-
derstand that a healthy
diet leads to a healthful lifestyle,
the Mediterranean Diet is grow-
ing in popularity.
Easy to follow, the Mediter-
ranean Diet emphasizes fresh in-
gredients and large amounts of
fruits and vegetables. It allows
small amounts of red meat,
sweets and eggs with variable
amounts of olive oil. Wine is mod-
eration is encouraged in the diet.
The Mediterranean dietary
pyramid, recently endorsed by
the World Health Organization
isn't new. It has existed for cen-
turies in Italy and other Middle
Eastern countries.
Although the Mediterranean

Diet is not part of a diet regimen
to lose weight, weight loss is cer-
tainly possible with this new ap-
proach to abandoning high-fat
foods and recent medical re-
search has shown that this cui-
sine is much better for your
cardiovascular health than the
"typical" American diet.
Studies have linked red wine
consumption with low incidence
of heart attacks for some time,
but research wirh human sub-
jects has just shown this clinically
for the first time.
The new study at the Technion
Israel Institute of Technology
shows red wine reduces choles-
terol oxidation, which ultimate-
ly can cause heart attacks and

MEDITERRANEAN page 136

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