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April 25, 2003 - Image 94

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-04-25

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aiShoah
is ,y1pril 29th

Make an Israeli Donation in honor
olocaust emembrance bay.

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I srael's premi ere center

If You Give A
Family A Cookie

They're going to want more — and so will you if
you try these tasty treats.

for rehabilitation.
Alyn treats over 5,000
physically handicappe
children each year.

Jewish National Fun
has been serving as
caretakers of the land
;;Israel since 1901.

Mogen David Adorn

Mogen David Adorn
(Israel's EMS) provides all
the emergency medical
services in Israel in times
of peace and war.

bon,ations are a irondeiftil -tray to
honor loped ones. Visit jetrish.corn
and click on 'bonations to Israel'
or call us at 1-800-875-6621.

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4/25
2003

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On the Zuroff cookie assembly line, mom Cheryl Zuroff helps daughter Zhava
Tzofiya, 4, while Ami, 6, and Eliana, 9, wield their own spoons.

Editor's Note: Whether you like cooking,
or just eating, AppleTree is looking for
quick and easy recipes for our Eat It Up!
Section. If you have a family favorite you
would like to share with our readers, just
let us know by writing: Eat It Up! do
AppleTree, the Jewish News, 29200
Northwestern Highway, Suite 110,
Southfield, MI 48034.
We're looking for any kind of dish,
from snacks to the main course. All
recipes should be able to be prepared as
kosher.

ELIZABETH APPLEBAUM
AppleTree Editor

ike any thinking family, the
Zuroffs of Southfield —
Michael and Cheryl and
their four children — know
that the best part of any meal is
dessert.
This is especially true when it comes
to a family favorite, Gittie Cookies.
"I call them 'Easy Gittie Cookies'
because I have a dear friend named

Gittie Jaffe who makes them from
scratch and they're incredible," Cheryl
Zuroff says.
"My eldest, Eliana, calls them 'maze
cookies' because they look like a maze
is running through them. Ami and
Sophie call them 'those chocolate
cookies with the sugar.'
"Whatever you call them, they are
great. They are always the first dessert
to go on Shabbos and a favorite of
many of our friends and neighbors!"

EASY GITTIE COOKIES
1 pkg. Duncan Hines devil's-food
cake
2 eggs
1/4 cup oil
4 t. milk or nondairy creamer
1/2 cup powdered sugar

Mix together the first four ingredi-
ents. Dough will be sticky. Form into
balls and roll through sugar. Place on
greased cookie sheet. Bake at 375F for
8-9 minutes. El

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