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Tovah! You get your column in on of year when time instead of making your our wonderful editor chew her nails waiting inlportant Jews for the last minute mailing. 3f world peace, You let a driver cut in front of Commitment. you on a busy highway and may, to bring you don't lean on your horn. closer to Maybe his kid is sick. Maybe is no better her Social Sec-t.,rity check Holy Days. didn't come in. Maybe your problems are small compared year. husband to to others'. three You make your finest Ss, "1 love holiday dinner and no one has his usual a complaint. You eat the t, apples and honey and wish everyone a sweet year. you ask, You and your family are day?" he dressed in your besL You all and he smile as you head to the car. his day. Not No one makes a mad dash so you how that he or she doesn't have to and he listens be stuck in the middle of the back seat. And the one who daughter does get stuck thinks he is the your money lucky one because he gets to :ards" or raid sit by both siblings. she You arrive at Temple or it Schul and find your own her own meaning in the Rabbi's special "Why don't sermon. would The High Holy Days are a time of closeness and son. togetherness. You feel the harmony, the peace and the of your commitment. Life is full of ups she looks and downs, but this is He doesn't definitely an up time. You With words begin to wish that it could be compli- like this all year 'roun(A -- no problems, a family that could mother appear on "IV. But you really and she don't want that for you to raise remember something important -- without the doesn't downs, you can't appreciate her the ups. for his L'Shanah Tovah from all t she makes the Geiers -- Bob, Mitch, Amy, Jeff and myself. And what's a special time without special recipes? I must admit that I don't make challah as frequently as I used to, but my family really appreciates it when I do. It's really not as hard as it sounds, especially since a friend gave me the perfect recipe. CHALLAH Joy Wilkof Soften 3 small cakes yeast in cup warm water with 1 tablespoon sugar. When bubbly (this is the secret and its takes about 20 minutes), stir into 7 cups unsifted flour. Combine 3 lightly beaten eggs, 1 cups warm water, 1/3 cup cooking oil, cup sugar, 1% teaspoon sail Do (00ree00in0000 from the staff of RAMA 13 N. Orlando Ave. (Hwy. 17-92) Maitland G28-2126 HOURS Tues.-Fri. 9-6 Tues. & Thurs. Open to 9 % I0n - %t d,tloner with set or ith this coupon. 0000vson Decorat00g Inc. YOU A YEAR! " ORLANDO AVE. m rLAND, FL. 32751 (305) 647-2423 r not mix before the yeast is bubbly -- the warmth does it. Make a well in the flour mixture. Add egg mixture and mix thoroughly. Knead on lightly floured board (I used my clean kitchen counter and added no flour -- it depends on the humidity, how large the eggs, etc.) Knead for about ] 0 minutes, until smooth and elastic. You may feel you have to add up to V2 cup flour. Place in bowl and oil the surface. Cover and place in warm place, free from drafts, and let rise I hour or until doubled in size. (I sometimes light my oven at 140 degrees for 10 minutes, then turn it off and place dough inside.) Punch down and let rise 30 minutes longer. This makes two round loaves. DMde dough in half. Form each half into three long rolls about 18 inches long. Braid, pinch ends together, and form into circles. Race into two well greased and lightly floured 9-inch cake pans. HERITAGE, Florida Jewish News, Friday. September 2l, 1979, Page B-21 Let rise until light. Brush surface with lightly beaten egg and sprinkle with poppy or sesame seeds. Bake in preheated 42.5 degree oven for 20 minutes. If bread is becoming too brown, cover loosely with foil (I usually do this at 15 minutes). Lower heat to 350 degrees and bake for 20 minutes more. Honey is abundant during the High Holy Days, so what better time for a recipe for Taiglach? TAIGLACH Sarah Glicklin "The SPORT of Cooking" 3 eggs 2 tablespoons oil 1 V2 cups flour % teaspoon salt IA teaspoon ginger Syrup: ] cup honey 1 cup sugar / teaspoon ginger 2 tablespoorm water Beat eggs and oil together until smooth. Sift together flour, salt and ginger and stir May the fruits of good health mingle with the sweetness of life to bring you a year of joy and happiness. f i ii GOOD NEIGHBOR into mixture to make a soft dough. DMde dough into 4 parts. Flour hands for easier handling. Roll dough into ropes V-z-inch in diameter and cut into -inch pieces. To make syrup, combine honey, sugar and ginger in a large saucepan and bring to a boil. Drop in pieces of dough one at a time. Reduce heat and simmer for 15 minutes without stirring. Then stir occasionally so that all pieces cook evenly. Simmer 45 minutes longer until golden brown. Add some boiling water and remove from heat. Spoon onto foil in a single layer to cool. If desired, roll first in nuts and sugar. Cut into squares when cool. GOOD YONTIR HAPPY CALORIES! HAPPY NEW YEAR