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16 Beth Sholom ready for Passover By Greg Goldfarb Passover is here, Beth Sholom Home of Eastern Virginia's dietary staff is in high- gear - and has been for almost a year. "Preparing for Passover for us is really a year-round process," said Don Vick, the Home's dietary director. "We have been planning for this year's Passover since the first day after last year's Passover was over." Frances lamb The Home's Passover menu changes from year'to year, but usually includes beef brisket, some types of chicken, matzah meal rolls, tsimmes and chopped liver. "'One thing we do that we don't do all of the time is make Passover rolls." said Frances Lamb, assistant dietary director. "And some people say that our chopped liver is the best around.'" Don Viek A typical first seder menu at BSHEV, like the one on Friday, April 10, includes, chicken soup with matzoh balls, chopped liver, wine or grape juice, gefilte fish with lettuce, parsley, lemon baked chicken, carrot tsimmes, asparagus tips, matzoh with margarine, brandy peaches, and assorted cakes and beverages. Chopped liver is, and has always been. one of the Jewish community's favorites foods. And nowhere is it more loved - and the secret recipe more guarded - more than at BSHEV. But now, after being shrouded in secrecy for years, the Home has agreed to release the ingredients of its show-stopping chopped liver, BSHEV Chopped Liver (Serves five people) 1 lb. chicken livers 1/2 lb. diced onions 2 tbl. oil 3 hard-boiled eggs 1/8 tsp, garlic powder Pepper to taste 1 tbl. Kosher for Passover mayonnaise Boil livers. Saut6 onions in oil. Grind liver, onions, eggs and combine with seasonings and mayonnaise. Serve with matzah crackers and use parsley as garnish. 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The residents' eyes sparkle Joy, laughter and lots of little smiles filled BSHEV recently as about 30 early childhood stu- dents, ages 2 to 4, from the Hebrew Academy of Tidewater visited Beth Sholom Home of Evelyn Menasha, Hebrew Academy of Tidewater preschool teacher, leads the young students to the Home's Activities Room where they entertained several dozen residents for Purim. BSHEV residents and staff ere always happy when Hebrew Academy of Tidewater students stop by for a visit. They took the time recently to share the joy of Purim with BSHEV residents. Kot"eh Pla s er cE Meats & More - vEAL LAMB Briskets Turkeys Kugel. Tzimmes Challah. Cakes POULTRY 623-1770 738 West 22nd Street, Norfolk PREPARED FOODS Deli Sandwiches Platters, Hot Dogs. Hamburgers Challahs Baked on Premises in a way that we love to see." One of several intergenera- tional programs that the Hebrew Academy conducts with the Home, this one is by far one of the most popular. "The Purim visit is one activi- ty that the residents really appre- ciate," said Harvey. "They really look forward to it year after year." HAT Director of Early Child- hood Education, Alene Kaufman, agrees. "This is a wonderful opportu- nity for our students to participate in the mitzvah of honoring our elderly," said Kaufman. "We look forward to continuing the intera- gency cooperation between the Academy and the Home." Before performing, at BSH, the students warmed up next door at Beth Sholom Sands so as to be in their best voices for the Home's residents. "The students really enjoy vis- iting the home and entertaining the residents," said Kaufman, adding that Academy students in higher grades grace the Home several other times during the year, including High Holidays, because the visitations are so enriching for them. "They feel a sense of connection with the Jew- ish people -- no matter the age." This year's visit was part of the Home's continuing celebra- tion of "Israel at 50." Coming up at BSHEV: Hebrew Ladies Society Spring Luncheon on Tuesday, April 28 at 11:30 a.m. Klezmer Band in concert on Sunday, May 3 at 2 p.m. in the Home's Activities Room. This is a featured event of the Home's "Israel at 50" celebration. BSHEV Volunteer Recogni- tion Luncheon on Thursday, May 7 at noon. Temple Israel Sisterhood Services on Friday, May 8 at 7 p.m. BSHEV Auxiliary Spring Installation Luncheon on Thurs- day, May 21 at 11:30 SHARE BAYFRONT CONDO -- Mature fenrale seeking to share bayfront condo. First floor; seven steps to sand; great view of wide clean beach and bay. Large deck, fire- place, AC. Private bedroom and lull bath (furnished or unfurnished as desired). Terms negotiable; move in immediately. Call 588-8533 WHERE ARE MARGIE AND Bob, Faye and Sly, Carol and Jerry, Ed, and the others? Call 460-5007. CONSERVATIVE JEWISH CON- GREGATION in Tidewater seeking Program Coordinator to work with lay people on planning, publicizing and running Temple programs. 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