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Page 8, HERITA6E, Florida Jewish News, January II, 1980 enjoy the column. Then how come the kids' united battle cry is, "You print one more thing about me and I'll die"? They've gone to great trouble to disassociate them- selves from me -- even to changing their names. I've done some substitute teaching in their school. I'll bet you don't know the new rule they told me. Anyone who has relatives in the building is not allowed to teach there. Do you think they made that up.'? Maybe I'm a little funny, but prices sure are not. One of the ways to economize is to serve chicken more often, but not always the same way. GLAZED CHICKEN Arrange .3 Ibs. cut up frying chicken in one layer in roasting pan or flat baking pan. Pieces may overlap. Season with salt, pepper, garlic powder and Paprika. Bake uncovered at 400 degrees for 20 minutes. Spoon hot sauce over chicken; reduce heat to .325 degrees. Bake 60-75 minutes, until chicken is tender, basting several times. Cover with foil to keep chicken moist after it has browned well. SAUCES -- TAKE YOUR PICK Combine ingredients; bring to a boil, stirring as needed: 1. 2 tablespoons margar- ine or salad oil  cup currant jelly, 6 oz. can orange juice concentrate and 1 to 2 tablespoons light brown I have been known to be clever occasionally, some- times amusing, and, once in a while, downright funny. But my kinds think I'm dumb. For instance, I was driving the car filled with Amy and her friends and we approached a sign reading: DRAW BRIDGE AHEAD I believe in the law. I pulled over, took out a pad and pencil, and began merrily sketching away. Why she says she'll never be able to live down the humiliation, I'II never know. rm the announcer at the little league games (didn't Howard Cosell get started that way?). It started to rain -- a torrential downpour, really -- and spectators began leaving the stands in droves. All I said from the glassed-in booth was, "Where's everyone going? rm perfectly dry." Why did Mitch say that was stupid (and then tell everyone within hearing distance that he was adopted?) He says that often,.that he is adopted. And I tell him, "Adopted children are chosen. I was stuck with what I got." Every time one of them complains, 'Tin hungry," what's wrong with saying, "Eat your heart out?" Some of you are kind enough to write to me or to the Paper saying how much you Ohev Sisterhood to Sponsor Art Auction sedographs to enamels on copper, sculptures, silk and screen lithographs will be auctioned. Prices range from $15 to $2,500. Preview begins at 7:30 p.m., auction at 8:30 p.m. Admission is a donation of $1.50 per person. Refresh- ments will be served and a door prize will be given away. For further information, call 298-4650. An art auction of more than 1 50 original pieces presented by New York City's Madin Art auctioneers will be sponsored by Congr. Ohev Shalom Sisterhood on Sat., Jan. 19, at the synagogue. The art work of Alexander Calder, Salvadore Dali, Chagall, Neiman Leiberman, Yu, Heffner, Purcell and more including oils, watercolors, graphics, etchings and Say T Saw It in HERITAGE PRIME-TIME DESIGNS WINTER PARK, FL Quality & Shop-at-Home Service CLOTH ALUMINUM VINYL KANE MACRAME MINI-BLINDS (Flexalum) VERTICALS Su#;ice 4O% Off Call for Price Quotations (305) 645-4489 --"-"'AN EXTRA BONUS When yo-u menti'--n HER IT'-'---G E I sugar;, 2. 2 tablespoons marga- rine or salad oil. V2 cup apricot jam, V2 cup dry white wine; 3. cup commercially pre- pared barbeque sauce; V2 cup dry white wine, V2 cup honey; 4. 2 tablespoons marga- rine or salad oil, 8 oz. can cranberry sauce, cup dry white wine, 2 tablespoons light brown sugar;, 5. 2 tablespoons marga- rine or salad oil, 2 tablespoons prepared mus- tard (less if Dijon is used) and juice of I lemon. Stir in cup honey slowly; 6. 2 tablespoons marga- rine or salad oil, 8 oz. can apri- cots mashed but not drained, 2 tablespoons light brown sugar. 2 tablespoons lemon juice, 2 tablespoons brandy or apricot liquor. With this sauce chicken may not brown enough. Turn up heat to 400 degrees for last 15 minutes of baking. For 6 lb. chicken, double amount of sauce. Place chicken in large chafing dish to serve. Heat cup brandy until bubbly around edges. Pour hot brandy over warm in Satellite Beach chicken and ignite. Good Temple Be -------- th quality brandy is needed for flaming. COFFEE CAKE To Dedicate 2 cups cake flour The culmination of several 2 teaspoons baking powder years planning will result in V4 pound butter 3 eggs dedication of a new wing for I/2 pint sour cream ] teaspoon baking soda ] teaspoon vanilla I cup sugar Add baking soda to sour cream and let stand. Cream butter and sugar. Add eggs, one at a time. Sift baking powder and flour and add to mixture. Add sour cream and vanilla. FILLING: | cup chopped nuts I/2 cup sugar 2 teaspoons cinnamon Mix these ingredients together. Pour half the batter into a 9x9 inch greased and floured pan. Sprinkle with half the filling. Add remaining batter and top with remaining filling into whicl, a little butter has been worked. Bake at 350 degrees for 30 to 40 minutes. Thanks, Marge, for being one of the nicest people and greatest cooks I know. (Look forward to seeing more of her recipes. If she lived here, instead of Canton, Ohio, I'd nail her to my kitchen floor and just type as she cooked.) HAPPY CALORIES! Temple Beth Sholom of Satellite Beach this SurE, Jan. 13. Dedicatory speaker will be U.S. Congressman Bill Nelson, at ceremonies to be followed by an open house and reception for the public, prepared by the Temple's Sisterhood. A musical program will be presented by "Common Love," a young group from the First Assembly of God in Melbourne, under the direc- tion of Marie Ramirez. According to dedication chairman, Herbert A. Silver,.hine, "this is undoubt- edly the greatest event in the history of the congregation, next to the original ground- breaking, which took place in 1958. Founded at the beginning 9f the space age, Temple Beth Sholom grew from a handful of families who formed the Brevard Jewish Brotherhood in 1951. Now, almost 30 years later, the addition of a social hall, new offices, and a refur- bished sanctuary have doubled the size of the synagogue building. Rabbi David Jessel, who has INVITED TO WITH Howard Stone Guest Speaker Howard Stone has lived in Israel for several years, as a member of a kibbutz, later in Jerusalem as an advisor to the Ministry of Health. A gifted writer, his short stories, poetry and articles have appeared in leading publications around the world. He lectures frequently on the Holocaust and contemporary Israel. He studied at Brandeis University and the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and holds an M.A. degree in English and in Near Eastern Studies. been with cated that this e keeping wit general tion along The Satellite now has with a religious children. Temple Kornberg Stein to program. Donald with the The Golda Division of the 1980 Combined Jewish Appeai's Womens DlvlsloO cordially invites you to a brunch on Thursday, January 17, 1980 at 11:30 a.m. at the home of Sarah Kobrin Minimum Pledge to CJA $1,000 Brunch - $7.50 111 Cedar Point Lane, The Springs RSVP Anita Hara Sarah Kobrin TilUe Lefkowitz Dottle Morrell Janet Van Gelder