Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 1, 1963 · Page 29
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 29

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^-.a.-J.t.^j^a.ln.--..,-, AUGUST 1,1063 Authentic Jewish "? Food Good By tmct-te FitANk (Chief Skit Rlame&hfi Lake Is nestled high In the Gatsklll Mountains of New York Slate, and on its shore Is situated the fabulous Concord Hotel, We attended a paper Industry convention there early this sum mer — and never have we en countered better service and food. It was our first experience with authentic Jewish cooking, which made the visit especially Interesting to us. Food-wise, they surely have some rigid grouiic rules, which are strictly adhered to. But even when obeying all the rules, their cuisine is superb. Mrs. Virginia Freiberg served our table beautifully during our entire stay — and overfed us scandalously but delightfully. We did learn from her lhat the considerate host, when entertaining friends of the Jewish faith, will serve no pork nor Shellfish of any 'kind, and lhat no dairy products muy be served at the same meal with meat. Mrs, Freiberg gave us two of her favorite dishes to trans- • mit to you, and we comment.' 1 them highly. And now we are back • on our diet! SWKICT AND SOUR FISH is a cold dish, eminently suited f o i summer dining, and mighty gooc to boot. We prefer lo use filleted fish here. 2 cups vinegar 2 onions, sliced ] /2 cup raisins 2 lemons, thin sliced 4 bay leaves 12 whole cloves •3 pounds fish, sliced (Shad, trout or pike, for instance) .3 tablespoons carmellzed sug- 2 tablespoons flour • Note — to earmelize sugar rub a heavy skillet with butle the size of a pea, put in the suga and cook over moderate heat stirring constantly, until sugar is melted. Bring 3% cups water to a boi in a large saucepan with t li c vinegar and next 5 items. Let boi 5 minutes, then add the fish. Re duce heat and let simmer unti fish flakes easily. Carefully re move' fish to a platter. Increasi heat under the liquid, and sti in the carmelized sugar. Blend the flour with % cup wa te'r, and when the sugar is melt ed, add the flour paste to tli pot. Let cook 5 minutes, stlrrlnj frequently, then correct the set soiling, adding more sugar if neec cd. Poul over the fish, chill wel' and serve very cold. SCALLOPED NOODLES AND PKUNISS are another, of M r s. Ereiberg's' favorites: '% pound broad egg noodles, cooked as directed and drained 2 cups pitted stewed prunes 1 cup liquid from prunes % cup butter % cup sugar (optional) 1 teaspoon ground cinnamon (optional) J /4 cup bread crumbs Heat prune liquid, add butter, and stir until blended. II not included when the prunes were cooked, add sugar and cinnamon and blend all well. Grease a suitable baking dish or casserole and spread a layer of 1-3 of the noodles in the bottom. Over this, spread a layer of Mi of the nootl- other layer of noodles, then prune and top with remaining noodles. (Pour the butter and liquid mixture over al, and sprinkle 1 crumbs on top. Bake al 350 de- Igrees about 25 minutes, or until top is nicely browned. "With this dish carrots may be used instead of noodles ('Carrots and prunes 1 )," or apples can be substituted for the prunes ('noodles and apples 1 )," sayjs Mrs. Freiberg and again our 'thanks to her for making our stay both happy and highly Informative. Send your favorite recipe and a stamped self-addressed envelope to the Alton Telegraph and become a life member of the Skillet Club. We'll send you a membership card to prove it. Breakfast Is Most Important Meal oi Day By EDITH M. BARBER Is there anything obligatory about eating three good meals a day? This regimen has been adopted as our standard for modern living, and while hours for meals have been necessarily changed, wo still adhere to the principles of that standard. Few pf us eat the large breakfast that was customary to serve When the majority of men did heavy physical work. Most of it was at home or nearby. 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