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May 09, 2003 - Image 99

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-05-09

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friends watched them hold hands
under a chuppah at Temple Shir
Shalom in West Bloomfield ... as the
newlyweds probably whispered to each
other, This time for sure."
I REMEMBER WHEN Dept. ...
From Reginald Maxwell ... "The won-
derful Sunday mornings when I
walked in the Hastings Street ethnic
area that was my mother's favorite
shopping street. Although we were not
very religious, the Jewishness of the
shops and the people, made us feel
comfortable and at ease.
"I can't really judge if the dill pickles
that came out of the barrel were tastier
than those served in a modern deli-
catessen or not. But, I remember (with
the owner's permission) reaching into
the barrel, then after shaking off the
excess brine, biting into the green deli-
cacy. Other than the crack of a rifle, no
sound compared with the crunch that
sounded in my mouth as my teeth sev-
ered a large piece of the pickle.
"There were other jars and boxes I
could sample. (I really think that my
mother eventually paid for all my sam-
ples.) There were green tomatoes (also
pickled), olives and, of course, sauer-
kraut.I watched as the proprietor
selected the smoked fish and was
always amazed as he cut the thin slices
of smoked salmon.
"With all the flavors of the barrels
still on my palate, I continued the
adventure of my gastronomical
delights in the warm aroma of the
bakery. Hamantashen, bagels, angel
wings, breads of all shapes and shades
from white to black, looked out at me
from the glass showcase. Cookies with
sparklers, frosting and plain had their
resting place in trays on top of the
show case. 'Have a nosh,' said the
smiling-faced lady behind the counter
as she offered me a sample.
"The butcher shop did not interest
me, so I left my mother and walked to
the fruit and vegetable store. Although
the apples and bananas were colorful and
tempting, the onion-shaped red pome-
granates and halvah always held my
attention. Eventually, my mother and I
headed home with out bags of groceries.
"Once home, I helped lay the table
and carry what plates I could handle to
add to the growing mass of dishes of
food already on the snow-white table-
cloth. Then, when my mother was sure
that all was ready for breakfast, she
would shout, 'Soups on!' and we
would all come to the table
"They were wonderful Sunday
mornings."
A LOT OF FOLKS will be happy to
know that the Billy Rose Gypsy

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