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Page 12. HERITAGE, Florida Jewish News, May 11, 1979 Dining and Entertainment I finally got what I wanted -- an old home on the water in Tarpon Springs. But old doesn't necssarily mean charming, and therein lay the problem. They sy you don't really know a man until you've lived with him, but that's not entirely true. We've been married almost 20 years and I can state here and now that you don't really know a man until you've, painted and hung wallpaper with him. Oh, boy, do you know him then. They also state emphatically that behind every great man is a woman, and you wouldn't believe what this woman would like to do to that man as she stands behind him, realying the tools he needs tout up the paper. His commands sound like this: "Sponger' (I slap it into his hand with the sureness of a Clara Barton). "X-Acto Knifer' (I slap again, controlling my- self and not handing it to him by the point). "Where did someone put the steel rule?" (It was left under his left foot where HE left it). "Wet the sponge -- it's getting dry." (I run to wet it, tripping over the paste pot which HE left by the door). "Who took the knifeT' (It was in his back pocket where HE left it -- if only he had sat down!) And then there are his nerves of steel (tightly coiled). My Michaelangelo was con- centrating on one piece when one of his blessings happened to have the audacity to come into the kitchen (we were three rooms away, mind you) for a drink of water and inadvert- ently rattled the glass. You would have thought Vesuvius had erupted. "How on earth can a man do a decent job with all that racketr' (Well, those weren't his exactwords, but this is a family paper). Then there's the painting. I happened to make a slight error when I had a brush in my hand (we're not all perfect) so he stripped me of my brushes with the efficiency (and tact) of a French Foreign Legion Commander. How come his mistakes are due to: 1. crooked walls; 2. lousy can of paint; or 3. someone fooled with HIS brushes? But then kindly Dr. Kildare relented and I had my capping ceremony -- oh, it had Sherwin-Williams on the front and a visor, but it WAS white, and it WAS a cap. He was going to let me redeem myself and PAINT THE CLOSET! Now, do you know what it's like painting a closet? The feeling of claustrophobia is somewhat akin to taking a trip through the Sahara with your kids and the dog in a nonair- conditioned VW, and not a bathroom or a Burger King in sight. The only good thing is that now I have something else to call the white in my hair, besides pre-mature grey. As we stepped back to survey the first room finished, he said, ohj so smugly, "You really do like watching a master at work, don't youT' The stories are all wrong. It was Vincent Van Gogh's WIFE who cut off his ear! You've got to try this one to believe it. I had this yummy Gefulte Fish and really wouldn't have guessed that it wasn't the real thing. I thought it was a put-on to see how gullible I was when I asked for the recipe and learned it was tuna. I took the recipe home, made it, and upila ? I fooled my husband. But don't make it just to fool anyone. Make it because it's cheaper, easier and even tastier than the real thing. Who says ersatz can't be good. Thelma's Mock Gefulte Fish 6 eggs 10 tablespoons Matzoh meal I teaspoon salt, pepper to taste 2 cans (61A oz.) tuna fish 4 tablespoons dry minced onion Beat eggs and matzoh meal. Refrigerate one hour. Then grate in tuna and other ingredients. Make patties and put in pot which had come to boil with these ingredients: 6 onions, sliced with skins, 3 carrots, celery tops, salt and pepper. Cook hour with lid, then ! 5 minutes without lid. Try it -- you'll believe it! Since the fish is light and can be used for a delicious meal, you deserve a really, really rich dessert. Ellie's Chocolate Cheesecake Crust I package (81/2 oz.)chocolate wafers (You can usuallyfind these by the ice cream) 1/3 cup melted butter 2 tablespoons granulated sugar Crush cookies. Combine with butter and sugar and press into a g-inch springform pan. Refrigerate. Filling 3 eggs ! cup granulated sugar 3 packages (8 oz. each) softened cream cheese 2 packages (6 oz. each) semi- sweet chocolate pieces, melted ! teaspoon vanilla 1/8 teaspoon salt I cup sour cream | cup heavy cream 2 tablespoons conf. sugar Beat eggs and sugar until light. Beat in the cream cheese until smooth. Add the melted chocolate, vanilla, salt and sour cream and beat until smooth again. Turn into crust. Bake 1 hour at 350 degrees. Refrigerate overnight, covered. Remove from refrigerator one hour before serving (if it stays in the 'fridge' until serving time, it will be too heavy) and remove sides of pan. Beat cream with confectioners sugar until stiff. Decorate with whipped cream. HAPPY CALORIES! Seminole Offers 'Assertive' Class A six-week "'assertive assertive behavior, verbal and training" class, offered by the body communication, office of Community Service identifying forms of manipula- at Seminole Community tion, dealing with anxiety and College, will begin May 21, games we play to avoid from 7-10 p.m. in room L-2 ] 0 asserting ourselves. on the main campus. Class size will be limited and The course is designed to advance registration is help persons communicate recommended. Fee is Sg. openly and honestly. Topics to For further information, call be discussed will include: SCC at 323-1450, ext. 303 or learning and practicing 304. Orlando Library To SetI Books The Friends of the Orlando May 11-12, at the Winter Park Public Library will hold a "ye Mall. olde book sale" on Fri.-Sat., , , , :1 GENERA TIONS OF FOOD EXPERIENCE" Owned by the 'Fanoug "CHRISTO'S" of Now Open in Orlando w our Famous HOURS 6 Pl TO I/1 DAILY FRi & SAT. TO 3 AM SUNDAY TO 1 ! 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