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dough into a 12x9-inch rectangle
about 1/4-inch thick. Spread with
salad dressing; sprinkle with cheese.
Beginning with long side, roll up one
half of dough toward the center (like a
jelly roll). Roll other half toward cen-
ter. Cut down the center to make 2
rolls. Cut each roll into 12 slices; place
slices on baking sheet coated with
cooking spray. Sprinkle slices with gar-
lic salt. Bake at 400° for 12 to 14
minutes or until pinwheels are
golden brown.
Meanwhile, heat
spaghetti sauce until
hot. Serve warm pin-
wheels with spaghetti
sauce for dipping.
Makes 24 pinwheels.
Extra Point: For
quick and easy cutting of
biscuit dough, use a piece
of clean dental floss.
Simply wrap the floss
around the dough, cross
over and pull in opposite
directions.1 1

Unauthorized
Kosher Symbols

It was but three years ago that
Kosher Today reported that there was as
many as 1,000 unauthorized uses of
kosher symbols in the US. Many
kashrus agencies were forced to retain
legal counsel to fight what some called
a near epidemic.
According to kashrus sources, there
has been an appreciable decline in the
fraudulent use of symbols, although
symbols continue to be used without
authorization. Each of the major
kashrus agencies features a Kashrus
Alert on their Web site and in newslet-
ters.
Various other Web sites as well as
www.kashrusmagazine.com also
include listings of unauthorized use of
symbols, which include the continued
use of a symbol even after a letter of
certification has expired.
The organizations say that they are
forced to spend large sums of money
each year to alert consumers. They
note that a much more vigilant public
as well as their own policing has
helped reduce the fraudulent use of
symbols. Kashrus Alerts also typically
report on misprinted labels, particular-
ly when a pareve item is said to be
dairy and vice versa. Many of the
agencies were hoping that redrafted
kosher laws in several states would
help address the problem.

Nina's Top Ten
Tailgating Tips

1. Keep the menu simple. Do as
much party planning and food
preparation as possible ahead of
"game day."
2. Gather the equipment you will
need. If you
plan to make
frozen drinks,
take your
blender plus
an appropri-
ate power
source.
Consider
purchasing
a power
inverter
that con-
verts 12-
volt DC
power from your car's
battery into 110/120-volt AC
power for appliances.
3. Make a list and check it twice.
Don't forget to take plenty of ice,
water, extra paper plates, napkins,
plastic flatware, clean-up cloths and
trash bags.
4. Take one or more coolers filled
with ice and plenty of cold drinks.
Keep cold foods on ice until cook-
ing or serving time.
5. Use resealable plastic bags (I
recommend Ziploc brand bags) to
marinate chicken or meat. Simply
discard the bag after use.
6. Pack a jug of water, antibacter-
ial soap and wet cloths for washing
your hands before and after han-
dling foods, especially raw chicken,
beef, pork or fish.
7. Keep hot foods hot in a slow
cooker. (See Tip #2 above.)
8. Use insulated heat-and-tote
containers (such as Pyrex Portables)
to transport hot or cold foods to
the tailgate party. These come in a
variety of shapes and sizes and will
keep foods hot or cold for a few
hours.
9. Take enough food to share
with your fellow tailgaters. Invite
others over to taste your creations;
it's a great way to meet new friends.
10. Create a festive football
atmosphere. Show your support
with the team colors and mascot.
Use thematic plates, napkins, plas-
tic flatware and decorations. Then
have fun, fun, fabulous fiin!

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LUNCH BUFFET in WEST BLOOMFIELD IS BACK
FOR $7 95 • MONDAY-FRIDAY

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248-668-1800

6123 HAGGER1Y ROAD • WEST BLOOMFIELD

OFF
TOTAL
BILL

Just N. of Maple (opposite Meijers)

248-559-9099

27060 EVERGREEN • Lathrup Village

at 696

coupon per couple
Exp. 9/30/03. Not good on buffet
Not good with any other offer

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A Birmingham Tradition For 25 ears
71vo Hours Free Parking
Entertainment Friday &
In The Structure
Saturday Nights
Directly Behind Peabody's

One Lunch Or
One Dinner Entry

When You Buy A Lunch Or Dinner Of Equal Or Greater Value
Valid Mon.-Thurs. • With Coupon • Expires 9/30/03

248.644.5222

34965 Woodward ♦ Just South Of Maple
Reservations taken for 8 or more

No Appointment
Necessary

Zee ate Vea
Sea ,tuot Veda

Clothing should be
laundered & on hangers.

Open 7 Days

Fast Turnover

747220

Now Accepting
Fall Items
Fashions & Accessories

CONSIGNMENT eecbtt-

Highland Lakes Shopping Center
42947 W. 7 Mile Rd. - Northville - (248) 347-4570

741840

CPLLTOOP FOR A SUBSCRIPTION

248.351.5174

9/19
2003

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