Recipe magicPick a card, any card -- say, tandoori chicken...

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April 16, 1997|By Karol V. Menzie

Recipe magic

Pick a card, any card -- say, tandoori chicken with cucumber raita, or barbecued onions -- from the new Fanfare series of cookbooks from Time-Life (1997, $12.95 each). The books, due in bookstores this month, have stiff pages that fan out of the cover, which then becomes a stand, holding the recipe so you can see it. So far the series includes books on grilling, vegetarian foods, salads and pasta. Future titles will include chicken dishes and desserts.

A holiday gift

The Jewish Kosher Food Pantry is collecting donations to make Passover brighter for needy families and individuals. The money will be used to supply supermarket gift certificates. Send contributions to Jewish Family Services, 5750 Park Heights Ave., Baltimore21215. Or call 410-466-9200, extensions 244 or 296.

More in store

Graul's officially opened its fifth store Monday in Mays Chapel. The new store will feature a larger-than-usual section of meals to go, to fit the busy lifestyles of its northern Baltimore County neighbors. Selections, made fresh daily, might include salmon fillet with lemon dill sauce ($9.99 a pound) and angel hair pasta with sun-dried tomatoes and pesto ($3.99 a pound). The store, 1 mile west of I-83 on West Padonia Road, is open from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through Saturday and from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Sunday.

Pub Date: 4/16/97

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