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November 06, 1970 - Image 37

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-11-06

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Friday, Nevember 6 1970-31

TIE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

ANGEL'S HOUR GLASS
Ms. W. of
ism W. McNICHOLS
Simrthffeld)

338.4850

• SuNnessmenb I-midtown • Deming Na s
• Private Pa
• Superb Dining Cuisine
• Banquet
• !Excellent Cocktails

BILLY ROSE TRIO

Films of Jewish Interest
Listed in JWB Catalogue

NEW YORK-Information on the
story lines and rental costs of mo-
tion pictures available through the
new film library of the lecture
bureau of the National Jewish Wel-
fare Board is contained in the cata-
logue, "Selected Full-length Fea-
ture Films of Jewish Interest."
Established as a service to Jew-
ish centers and other Jewish orga-
nizations interested in arranging in-
dividual film showings or film festi-
vals, the library includes such full-
length features as "The Shop on
Main Street," "Sallah," "The Song
and the Silence," "Journey to Jeru-
salem," "The Pawnbroker," "The
Golden Age of Second Avenue"
and "Impossible on Saturday."
For free copies of the catalogue,
write the JWB Lecture Bureau, 15
E. 26th, New York 10010.

I The Best of Everything

By Danny Raskin

DO HEADWAITERS AT your fa-
vorite spot bow you to the best
table in the house, or do they sug-
gest you wait at the bar till a tiny
spot opens up somewhere in the
back? . . . The answer may depend
on your rating in this quick quiz,
which will determine whether or
not you are a sophisticated and
knowledgeable drinker' . . Your
standing among friends, relatives
and important business contacts
also will be affected by your score
. . . If you answer correctly on 12
or more of the 20 tricky questions,
you pass ... Correct replies on 15
or more questions make yoti a
sophisticated imbiber ...A perfect
score indicates that you spend too
much time in fancy bars and res-
taurants . . . Less than 10 means
that you don't • spend enough time
Pine Italian-American Cuisine
there.
Delkiously Prepared for the
Discerning Taste
1. Is an aperitif a whiskey, wine
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or liqueur? . . . 2. Can you name
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. 3. What is a bullshot? . .. 4.
What do you order from a somme-
lier? . . . 5. What kind of wine
would you order a few hours before
dinner, so that it could be decant-
6. What kind of wine
.
ed?'
should be served chilled? . . . 7.
Do you ever order white wine with
fish? Red wine with shellfish? . . .
8. Should champagne be served ice
cold? . . . 9. What is "Black Vel-
vet"? . .
10. is sherry a man's drink?
. . . U. What is a "bonded"
whiskey? . - . 12. Would you be
more likely to order Pimm's Cup
in winter than in summer? . . .
4 13. Should cognac be served in
a pony or a snifter? .. . 14. Is
an after dinner drink like Bene-
dictine or B & B ever served on

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Choice Cocktails

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the rocks? . . . 15. What is Cafe
Brulot? . . . 16. Are all liqueurs
just flavored brandies? . . . 17.
What is the distinction between
brandy and cognac? ... 18. Why
do some wines show a specific
year on their labels? . . . 19.
Do you specify color when you
order creme de menthe? . . . 20.
If Pernod turns cloudy when
served with water, should you
send it back?
ANSWERS ARE AT THE end of
the column . . . No peeking!
NO TRUTH TO THE rumor that
Bloom's Elite Kosher- Catering in
Oak Park is being taken over by
another caterer . . . Just another
ugly and unfounded rumor, accord-
ing to Harvey Bloom.
SKANDIA ON James Couzens, is
going all out on a big traditional
Thanksgiving bit ... complete Tur-
key dinner SERVED to adults for
$5.95 and youngsters 10 and under,
$2.25 .. . It's the beginning of a
"fresh" campaign by owner Paul
Boraks to have folks enjoy the
popular spot.
HERE ARE THE ANSWERS
to the column quiz . 1.. Wine
2. St. Raphael, sherry, Campari
. . . 3. Beef bouillon and vodka,
served on the rocks ... 4. Wines
. . . 5. Red wine . . . 6. White,
rose, sparkling . . . 7. Sophisti-
cated drinkers order their favor-
ite wines without compunction
about the rules that recommend
white wine with fish or fowl, red
wine with meat . . . 8. No, just
lightly chilled . 9. A tall drink
made of equal parts of cham-
pagne and stout .. .
10. Yes, particularly when served
on the rocks . . . U. Whiskey that
is bottled and stored in govern-
ment regulated, tax-paid ware-
houses . . . 12. The drink is
most popular in summer . . . 13.
A snifter . . . 14. Yes, B & B on
the rocks has grown in popularity
. . . 15. Hot coffee with brandy
poured into it . . . 16. No . . . 17.
Cognac is brandy distilled from
grapes grown in the Cognac dis-
trict of France . . 18. Vintage
years are marked on the label.
Wines not marked according to
years are blends of grapes from
various vintage years . . . 19. Yes.
there are both green and white
types of creme de menthe . . . 20.
No. Pernod always takes on an
opalescent hue when mixed with
water.

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