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September 04, 1981 - Image 36

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-09-04

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36 Friday, September 4, 19131

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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643-8865

SOMERSET MALL

(Continued from Page 35)
ler will also be entered.

MONDAY — Barbecued Chicken Night
All the baked barbecued chicken you can con-
sume. Served with Kitchen Fries. Cole Slaw
Bread Basket. Whipped Butter and Baked Loaf of
Bread.
TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY — Chefs Steak Nights
Char-broiled strips of steak served with Sauteed
Mushrooms over Toast Points Large Dinner
Salad. Bread Basket. Whipped Butter and Baked
Bread .
THURSDAY — Italian Night
Lasagna — All you can eat. complete dinner
Large Dinner Salad. Bread Basket. Whipped But-
ter. Homemade Baked Garlic Bread
FRIDAY — Fish Fry Night
$
All the fish and chips you can eat

Chuck Muer, who always
has a ball at this whistle-
blowing festivity, will blow
his double-belled, tri-toned
whistle from the Renown
(later named Mercury), the
first tanker to ply the Great
Lakes.
Entertainment will be
furnished by the Dixie Der-
bies band . . . Barbecued
hamburgers and keilbasa
and beer will be available
outdoors.
ANNUAL "GREAT
SOUP KETTLE Race" for
March of Dimes . . . by
Chef's 200 Club, with head
honcho Joe Beato, top chef
at Henry Ford Hospital and
president of the group .
is Sept. 13 . . . at 2:30 p.m.
on the track of Wayne State
University's athletic field.
Plus restaurants, food
service institutions may
submit an entry . . . and
suppliers and vendors can
participate by either spon-
soring a restaurant or
entering a runner to com-
pete in a separate relay
race.
There's much more info
by calling March of Dimes
at 864-6000 or Chief Joe
Beato, 876-2971.

$495

$595

$595

495

BRING YOUR
BUNCH TO

BRUNCH!

This Sunday take the whole
family to a delicious
Win Schuler's brunch. It includes
all your favorites that make
Sunday a very special family day.
We're waiting for you...so call us
now for reservations.
Children under 10—$2.95,
adult's check includes children under 6.

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QUESTIONS AND
ANSWERS . . . by Joan

Wittenberg of Healthy
Jones. . .

What is Spiralina?

It is a natural food sub-
stance made from vegetable
plankton, a blue-green
algae that grows in fresh
water lakes. It contains all
the nutrients necessary to
maintain good health —
high in protein and has al-
most all the vitamins you
need. It helps keep blood
sugar levels where they
should be.
It is also excellent when
trying to lose weight. If a
person takes 500 mg tablets

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THE $39" MICHIGAN INN SUMMER WEEKEND PACKAGE
Call 559-6500 Today For Reservations
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"Meriwether's on -Tele-
graph and 10 Mile is among
the most well-decorated res-
taurants in Southfield with
its separate rooms, authen-
tic antiques nailed down on
shelves, and simulated an-
tique tables and chairs. But
besides its comfortable, cozy
atmosphere of being in an-
other era the food seems to
be improving.
"Sole is a summer fish
and is served a number of
tasteful ways. We enjoyed
sole with Teriyaki vegeta-
bles and soy sauce which is
low calorie, tender and deli-
cately seasoned. The
homemade bread served in
a teacup is a nice touch.
For lunch, we recom-
mend the seafood salad top-
ped with melted cheese. It's
deliciously different and is
only one of the fine lunch-
eon dishes at Meriwether's
where you'll spend a lot of
time admiring the antiques.

waiting for. We had scrod
which also came stuffed
with crabmeat as one of the
specials of the Sunday eve-
ning. Teriyaki breast of
chicken sauteed with fresh
vegetables was the choice of
others in our party and ev-
erything from the Manhat-
tan clam chowder to the cole
slaw got rave notices."
TURK PRUJAN is no
longer at Jakks on Green-
field and 10 Mile .
"Business commitments

never- leave

Love,

"The baby-back ribs
we ordered were juicy
with just the right spices
for a good, smoky flavor.
The onion rings at Tap-
parooneys are among the
best we've eaten. They're
golden brown and done
to just the right turn.
Others in our party
enjoyed the long and
short ribs and the service
was the kind that doesn't
make you feel rushed but
doesn't keep you waiting.

"Bloomfield Charley's is
really hopping on Sun-
day nights as well as
other times. We went at 5
p.m. and by 6 p.m.
patrons were standing in
line.
"But the food is worth

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one-half hour before meals,
it tends to raise blood sugar
so persons don't feel as hun-
gry. Spiralina also contains
phenylalanine, an amino
reduction.
MYSTERY MUNCHER
WRITES . . . "If you have
a taste for spareribs and feel
like dining out in style, try
Tapparooneys on 14 Mile
east of Coolidge in Royal
Oak. It used to be Alvaro's.
"We were immediately
impressed with the decor of
this well-appointed dining
spot. Stained glass and
hanging plants contribute
to the atmosphere which is
both attractive and relax-
in
W liked the whitetab-
lecloth and the congenial
waitress who took our
cocktail order. And we knew
we were going to enjoy the
dinner even before it was
served. We weren't a bit-
disappointed.

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The New

PICELZ
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12 IKE & EVERGREEN, Swtkfield
IN THE EVERGREEN PLAZA

Invites You To

JOIN US THIS WEEKEND
IN THE FIGHT AGAINST
MUSCULAR DYSTROPHY

FRI., SAT. & SUN., SEPT. 4, 5 &

FRIDAY, SEPT. 4 IS
"SWEETS DAY g g

• WE Will DONATE 75• AS EVERY POUND
OF TEEM SEEMS SOLO
• WE WM. DONATE VP FM EVERY SERVING
OF MOM WI ME SOLD
• WE WILL INMATE 111' AM EVERY SERVING
SOLD
OF OUR DELICIOUS BOWL OR S.

SATURDAY, SEPT. 5 IS
"DELI DAY" -
WE WILL DONATE SI FOR EVERY POUND

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OF COMM BEEF, PASTRAMI OR
ROAST BEEF SOLD FOR CARRY-OUT

SUNDAY, SEPT. 6-IS
"FISH DAY"

• WE WILL DONATE 75' FOR EVERY
TRIO PLATTER SERVED
• WE WILL DONATE 50° FOR EVERY POUND
OF LOX, SABLE OR CHUBS SERVED FOR CARRY-OUT

COW IN AND SIGN UP FOR THE DRAWING TO
WIN A COMPLETE mu PARTY TRAY FOR 10.

NO OBLIGATION REQUIRED, BUT DONATIONS -
TO MUSCULAR DYSTROPHY WILL DE GREATLY APPRECIATED

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