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The Charlotte Jewish news. (Charlotte, N.C.) 19??-current, April 01, 1986, Image 19

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Page 19-THE NEWS-April, 1986 Passover Delectables Chicken and Asparagus Casserole 2 whole broiler'fryers {breasts or other pieces, boned & skinned) 1V2 lbs. asparagus, cooked & cut into spears, drained 1 can chicken broth, or IV4 cups home-made clear broth Vi cup oil or nyafat, melted salt & pepper to taste Vz cup kosher L ’Pesach mayonnaise or home-made dressing 1 tsp. lemon juice cup mushroom slices, if desired Sprinkle chicken with seasonings. Place in saucepan after heating oil. Add chicken pieces and cook, turning frequently until brown on all sides. Remove from pan; reserve drippings. Cool slightly; cut into strips. Brush the bottom of a shallow bak ing dish, preferable in which the dish may be served. Arrange asparagus on bottom of the pan. Top with chicken strips, broth, dressing and mushrooms. Sprinkle with a little cake meal. Cover with foU; bake at 375® 30 to 45 minutes until browned on top and bubbly. Good with matzo meal pancakes or kugel. Serves 4 (may be doubled or tripled.) Fish and Apples 1 lb. fish fillet, cut into portions salt and pepper to taste paprika 1 tblsp. lemon juice V2 cup sliced green onions 1 cup sliced mushrooms 1 cored & sliced apple Sprinkle fish with seasonings, squeeze lemon and pour juice over all. Place fish in baking pan. Let stand to absorb marinade. Add vegetables which have been parboiled briefly. Bake at 350“ until fish flakes easily when a fork is inserted. When serving, add apple slices; garnish with parsley. Serves 4. Creole Napoleons ala Matzo 6 tbisps sugar 6 thin tea matzos 1 tsp. salt water 1 Vi tsp. ground cinnamon 2 egg whites 6 apples 2 tbisps. sugar 1 pkg. kosher L ’Pesach lemon custard mix Mix sugar, salt and cinnamon until blended evenly. Pare, core and slice applies. Dip matzos in water just long enough to soften. In an ovenproof dish, layer matzos, apples and sugar mixture, using one third of the sug£ir mixture per layer, and ending with a layer of apples. Place dish in a pan of water and bake in a 350° oven until apples are done (about 45 minutes). Beat egg whites until stiff, gradually adding the 2 tbisps. of sugar. Spread on top of apples and return to oven until mer ingue is brown. Cool. To serve, cut into squares and top each square with lemon custard, prepared according to package label. For advertising rates for May Souvenir Issue Call 366-9715 or 366-6632 TOP PRODUCER FOR ’83. ’84, ’85 AT Mary Ryder Realty JUDIE VAN GUSH Your personal real estate consultant £ Office — 364-3300 Residence — 366-6619 G9. n^dmoBt Ad|astm«Bt Biman, Idc. Licensed & Bonded Credit Collections 704/825-9388 Shelton S. Goldstein Prcsijent P.O Boi287 33NM«) Street BeknontNC. 28012 Community Calendar Courtesy of Charlotte Chapter BBW APRIL 7 - Chai-Lites Hadassah Board Meeting 8 - Ha Lailah BBW Board Meeting 9 - Yiddish Vinkl 10 - B’nai B'rith Lodge Board Jewish Social Services 12 - JCC Club 23 14 - Chai-Lites Federation Executive Committee JCC Board Meeting 15 - Ha Lailah BBW Installation Meeting 16 - Hadassah Meeting Hebrew Academy Board Meeting ORT Meeting 21 - Chai-Lites Charlotte Chapter BBW Board Meeting Federation Board Meeting 22 - Community Relations Committee 27 - JCC Club 46 28 - Chai-Lites Foundation Board Meeting President’s Council 30 - B’nai B’rith Lodge MAY 4 - Community Holocaust Memorial Service NCCJ Community-Wide Memorial Service 5 - Chai-Lites 7 - Charlotte Chapter BBW Meeting 8 - B’nai B’rith Lodge Board Meeting Jewish Social Services 11 - JCC Clue 23 JCC Board Training 12 - Chai-Lites Federation Executive Committee JCC Board Meeting If you want your events on the Community Calendar call Vicki Hopkins, 554-1324. Bar/Bat Mitzvahs Temple Beth El Apr. 19 - Michael Herman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Herman. Temple Israel Apr. 5 - Jeffrey Checkner, son of Mrs. Barbara Checkner. Apr. 12 - Stuart Gordan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Gordan. Apr. 19 - Jason Ett, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ett. Gift! I Brins this coupon into one of our I 4 stores in Chariotte and receive I I Chaitottc 6494 L Independence BKd Mon - Tbun. & Sot 10-6 Fn 10-9,Sun 1-6 a Special Free Gift •Lmm or* per cmtomer • Starmount Shopping Center Freedom \0is9e Shopping Cnt. 6S97 South Boulevard 30S3 Freedom Dhye Mon-Thurs A Sot 10-6 Morxtey •Tbunday 10-6 Fri 10-9,Sun 1-6 Fn 10-9,Sat 9-6,Sun 1-6 North Pah( MaN 101 Eastwsy Drive Mon - Sat 10-9, Sun 1 • 6 iHntile iilOutiets **Bargains Arc Our Business' UJA Conference (Continued from Page 6) delegates were briefed on cru cial issues—foreign aid, school prayer, domestic budget cuts as well as pending congres sional action that could affect American-Israeli relations. The Charlotte delegation had the good fortune to meet with both Ninth District Congress man Alex McMillan and U.S. Senator Jesse Helms. Congressman McMillan was thanked for meeting with the delegation and for helping, defeat an arms deal with Jor dan. He then heard positions on Soviet Jewry, a proposed arms sale to Saudi Arabia, and school prayer. McMillan ad mitted that persecution of minorities in the Soviet Union is a problem, but stated that other groups suffer as well. On school prayer, McMiUan says he is staimchly in favor of silent prayer in the classroom and signed a resolution in favor of it. As for selling arms to the Saudis, McMillan pro mised to weigh the pros and cons very carefully before tak ing any vote on an arms package. Delegates from Greensboro and Raleigh joined in the ses sion with Senator Helms, who was thanked for his new found support of Israel following his recent trip there. Though ex tremely impressed by what he had seen. Helms made it clear that he does not support any foreign aid bills, including ones that would help Israel. Helms did acknowledge that Israel is a staunch and strategic ally in the Mideast and suggested he would like to find other ways of supporting Israel, such as a NATO type defense pact. The conference wasn’t all work: there was time for play. Folk singer Mary Travers entertained Monday night as did the Israeli band SAFAM. On closing day, the dele gates heard two moving speeches from Senator Ed ward Kennedy (D-MA) and Senator Joseph Biden (D-DE). Both addressed foreign policy and the need for foment change. Senator Biden sum med it up by saying certain myths have to be dispelled, such as Yasir Arafat can deliver the PLO in the peace process and the Arab states will use oil as a strategic weapon. Biden urged the Jewish community, for its own sake and the continued well being of Israel, to reshape American conceptions about the Mideast. 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