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The Detroit Jewish News, 2013-12-19

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BEEF WITH SHIITAKE
MUSHROOM BROWN RICE
BOWLS
Rice:
2 cups brown rice
6 cups water
1 Tbsp. canola oil
1 tsp. salt
Broth:
6 cups beef or chicken broth
3 cups sliced fresh shiitake mush-
rooms (or equivalent dried, recon-
stituted)
1 cup chopped onions
2 Tbsp. minced peeled fresh gin-
gerroot
1 tsp. minced garlic
1 Tbsp. hot pepper sauce, such as
Tabasco
Beef and mushrooms:
3 Tbsp. canola or vegetable oil
12 oz. sirloin steak or London
Broil, trimmed, cut into thin
2-inch-long strips
1 Tbsp. Chinese rice wine or dry
Sherry
1 Tbsp. soy sauce
1 can (8 oz.) sliced water chest-
nuts, drained
1 tsp. sugar
1 cup chopped scallions (garnish)

Prepare the rice: Combine the
rice, water, oil and salt in a medium
saucepan. Put the pot on the stove
uncovered over high heat, and
bring to a boil. Reduce the heat to a

simmer, and cover with tight-fitting
lid. Cook at a simmer for about 25
minutes.
Turn off the heat and let the rice
sit and steam for another 15-20
minutes until the water is absorbed.
Fluff with a fork before serving.
Prepare the broth: Have 6-8 large
soup bowls at the ready.
Combine broth, onions, ginger,
garlic and pepper sauce in a large
pot, and bring to boil. Cover, and
reduce heat to low. Keep warm.

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Prepare the beef and mushrooms:

Heat wok or large skillet over high
heat until drop of water evaporates
on contact. Add 2 tablespoons of oil
and then the beef (spread to cover
the bottom of the pan). Cook with-
out stirring for 30 seconds, turn the
beef over and stir-fry or saute for 30
seconds more. Stir in rice wine and
soy sauce. Transfer to plate.
Add remaining oil to same wok
(do not clean) over high heat. Add
mushrooms; stir-fry 1 minute. Add
water chestnuts and sugar; stir-fry
1 minute. Stir in beef and any accu-
mulated juices. Stir-fry 1 minute.
To serve: Divide the rice among
the bowls (you may not use all the
rice). Top rice with the beef mix-
ture and mushrooms. Divide broth
among bowls, and sprinkle with
scallions. Serve soy sauce on the
side.
Makes 6-8 entree servings.

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IN THE COUNTY
THEY WERE COLLECTED.

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Forty Years from page 37

"During our anniversary
"When I started seeing
films I liked, I wanted my
year, we're going to be cel-
friends to see them:' he says.
ebrating audiences:' says
"What I do now is no dif-
Wilhelm, who has whittled
down his favorite films to
ferent except that it is for a
wider circle of friends. I con-
about 30 appreciated in differ-
sider the theater to be our gal-
ent ways over time. This pro-
lery space and take the screen
gram could not exist without
Alfred Hitchcock
and the time audiences invest
the support of audiences.
in the early 1920s.
in watching it very seriously.
"When we first opened on a
"I'm proud that films we
winter day with a heavy snow,
have shown have gone on to become bona we didn't know what would happen,
fide classics. We've shown films that have
but 867 people came to see Mon Oncle
had enormous influence on people in
Antoine. When we show it again, I'm
our audiences. Individuals have gone on
hoping it will be without heavy snow but
to establish careers in film, teach film or
with hundreds of peopl'
want to know more about film:'
The Detroit Film Theatre
In that wider circle of friends are
celebrates its 40th anniversary
motion picture enthusiasts making up
Friends of the Detroit Film Theatre.
Jan.10-12 with a series of films
($2 per ticket) and a dinner party
They take care of fundraising for special
($150) at 6 p.m. Saturday, Jan.
projects, such as acquiring a digital pro-
11, in Rivera Court at the Detroit
jection system and refurbishing seats.
Institute of Arts. (313) 833-4005;
Used to being in the dark, Wilhelm
www.dia.org/dft . Also check the
remains in the dark for some aspects of
website for a complete schedule of
the dinner party being arranged by the
Friends to surprise him.
this winter's upcoming films.



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