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The Detroit Jewish News, 2002-09-06

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word to providing a worry-free meal
for breaking the fast.
Lox, tuna salad, egg salad and
smoked fish can be arranged on
plates and platters and chilled until
serving time. Other dishes, such as
kugel, are best served at room tem-
Hot dishes may require a little
more creativity. Often, there's a point
during the all-day services when
some people go home to relax before
the conclusion of prayers. At this
time, foods to be served at room
temperature can be removed from
the refrigerator and hot foods
popped into a pre-warmed oven.
If help is available — a non-
Jewish friend, neighbor or hired wait
staff — a written schedule of when
to pop something into a preheated
oven or when to remove a dish from
the refrigerator, is even better.
For those doing break-the-fast
without help, the simplest meal addi-
tions are those that need not be
served hot. The following recipes are
great supplements to lox and bagels.
Light and easy to prepare, these dish-
es are just what we might want after
a long day of no physical nourish-
ment. Here's also a recipe for an
extra-easy honey cake (for many, this
may be the last time to enjoy the
holiday favorite until next year).
There's another lovely and sweet
tradition at Yom Kippur's conclusion.
Immediately following the fast, it's
traditional for many to eat or rub
something sweet, such as honey or
jam, over the lips to remind one of
life's sweet moments. Enjoy.


This is like tuna salad made with
salmon instead. The color is beautiful.
2-pound fillet of salmon, skin and
bones removed
1 cup white wine
1 red bell pepper, chopped
1 T. sweet pickle relish
2 T. fresh chopped dill or 1 t.
dried dill
1/4 -1/3 cup light sour cream
Kosher salt to taste
Ground black pepper, to taste
Capers, drained, garnish
Lemon wedges, optional
Preheat the oven to 400F. Arrange
the salmon in a baking dish (cut the
fillet to fit if you have to) or on a
bakinc, or cookie sheet with sides
that's been sprayed with a nonstick
cooking spray. Pour the wine around

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