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HERITAGE FLORIDA JEWISH NEWS, JUNE 30, 2017 PAGE 9A By Gloria Yousha--Call 407-657-9405 or gloriayousha@gmail.com Neo-Nazi nightmare... I read this recently in the World Jewish Congress digest and pass it along to you. Warn- ing: It is upsetting to read but as Jews, we must keep our eyes wide open: "WJC CEO ROBERT SING- ER expressed concern after an annual neo-Nazi rally known as Lukovmarch proceeded as planned recently in Sofia, Bulgaria, despite a ban issued by Mayor YORDANKA FAN- DAKOVA. "While we welcome the mayor's ban this year on the rally, we are distressed that even that declaration of authority could not put a stop to such a display of hatred and anti-Semitism," Singer said. Robert Singer For 14 years in a row, neo-Nazis have marched unabash- edly and unfettered through the streets of Sofia• For 14 years, the Organization of the Jews in Bulgaria, 'Shalom', has done everything in its power to sound the alarm against this dangerous manifestation of the same anti-Semitic expressions that brought about the near destruction of European Jewry. And for 14 years, this march has been sanctioned despite all efforts to stop it, on the grounds that the marchers were careful not to exhibit overt Nazi, anti-Semitic or fascist symbols. Regardless of what symbols are exhibited during rallies of these kinds, the intentions are clear, and the dangers ever- present• Let us not forget that the genocide of the Jewish people was preceded by a democratic election and mass dem- onstrations. Let us not forget that it is precisely these mass manifestations that inspire susceptible youth to share the same hateful message. Let us not forget that when hate speech is sanctioned, hateful actions become all the harder to prevent." (Very powerful words! We will never forget!) Game Day Tuesdays... On any Tuesday beginning at 1 p.m., you can find the Senior Lounge at the JCC filledwith 39ers playing their favorite games. !j ~: ° ;: Try your hand at mahjong, dominoes, canasta, pinochle and bridge. Or if you prefer, introduce your favorite game. You can organize your own table with other 39ers. Just tell co-presidents, RUTH BILLIE GOLDHAR and LILLIAN BERKOWITZ. (Gee, I don't know any of these games.., but I do love para- chute jumping!) All that jazz... On Sunday, July 30th, the Altamonte Chapel presents Al- tamonte Jazz with emcee, ALAN ROCK. The entertainers that day are very special indeed! MICHAEL KRAMER and friends will be the offing. (I love Michael's piano playing. He is the best!) With Michael will be his equally talented son, BEN KRAMER on bass, fabulous TRACY ALEXANDER on drums, and special guest, the great PAUL SCAVARDA on guitar. The music goes from 12:30 p.m.-2:30 p.m. and is very special indeed! The Altamonte Chapel is located at 825 East SR 436, AI- tamonte Springs• Thephone number is 407-339-5208. And more about jazz... On Thursday, July 13th, The Professors of Jazz will perform at the Dr. Phillips Center for the performing Arts, beginning at 7 p.m. This will be a jam session and a concert. Shout outs... Two terrific (and good looking) guys are servers at the Outback Restaurant on Aloma Avenue in Winter Park. They are JONATHAN MARTIN and JERAMY GENIER. They were both terrific, efficient and so very polite.., and they didn't flirt with me darn it! One for the road... (I got this joke from our own Alan Rock on Facebook. Not only is he a talented musician, radio host and emcee of Altamonte Jazz, he is also very funny!-) A husband lays dying, his wife by his bedside. He says in a weakened voice "There is something I must confess." "Shhhhh," said the wi&/ 'there is nothing to confess." She holds his hand and care his head. "Everything is all right," she whispers. "NO!" The husband iied. "I must die in peace... I had relations with your sist , your best friend, her best friend and your best friend s morn! "I know," she whispered, "That's why I poisoned you. Now close your eyes." By Shannon Sarna (The Nosher via JTA)--Stuffed peppers are a comfort food for both Americans and Israelis. But the two versions vary quite a bit in their spice profiles and methodology. American-style stuffed peppers are often topped with cheese, stuffed with corn, beans, rice and sometimes meat, and feature a more Tex-Mex spice mixture. In the tradition, it's common to stuff all kinds of vegetables: onions, zucchini, eggplant and, yes, peppers. Filled with rice, meat, pine nuts, raisins, fresh herbs and varying spices, the Israeli and Sephardic versions are saucier than their American counterparts, and often impart a sweet and savory flavor profile. The American version is typically just savory. This version is inspired by a recipe from Janna Gur, a story from a colleague about her weekly stuffed peppers and my desire to make a weeknight-friendly recipe that you can make in your slow cooker. If you prefer to make it in a traditional pot on the stove, or in the oven, cook for approximately 2 hours on medium-high heat (or 375 F. in the oven). Gur's recipe was featured in her second cookbook, "Jewish Soul Food." Ingredients: For the peppers: 1 small onion (or half1 large onion), diced 1/2 cup uncooked rice 1/2 pound ground beef 1/4 cup pine nuts I tomato, grated (best to handgrate the tomato on a coarse grater) 3/4 teaspoon paprika I tablespoon fresh parsley (or 1/2 teaspoon dried parsley) 1/4 teaspoon salt 1/8 teaspoon pepper 5-6 bell peppers, inside seeds and membranes removed (you can leave top of peppers intact for presentation if desired) For the sauce: 15 ounces tomato sauce 1/2 cup water 3 garlic cloves, minced 1 tablespoon honey 1/4 teaspoon salt Directions: Spray the inside of a 6- or 7-quart crockpot with a nonstick spray. Add tomato sauce, water, garlic cloves and honey. Stir to mix. Arrange peppers in tomato sauce in the pot. Sudoku (see page 14 for solution) SUDOKU Shannon Sarna Crockpot Israeli-style stuffed peppers. Heat oil in a large saute pan over medium heat. Saute onion until translucent. Add rice, pine nuts and grated tomato, and stir to coat for 2-3 minutes. 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