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May 25, 1984 - Image 52

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-05-25

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, May 25, 1984

DINNER THEATRE AT

HYATT REGENCY 0 DEARBORN

MARIA' S

JIMMY LAUNCE PROductions

presents

MASS APPEAL

Restaurant

by Bill C. Davis

Group Rites & Performance Available
Friday & Saturday Show 8:30 P.M.

SERVING YOU FOR 7 YEARS IN THE SAME WALNUT LAKE RD. LOCATION

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Japanese

Continued from Page 50

for a hotel to switch over to
glatt.
The percentage of Or-
thodox tourists demanding
glatt kosher food, and the
number of local folks who
also want it, have grown.
Glatt kosher does present
certain challenges for Mas-
inter and his staff. "There
me
much
isn't
slaughtered each day
Jerusalem. Sometimes we
run out of our specialties."
All wine used in the hotel
must-be boiled before using,
as kashrut restrictions for-
bid using uncooked wines
that may have been touched
by the wrong hands. So the
Sheraton Rabbi supervises
the daily wine boil.
"Remember that not all
our chefs are Jewish," Mas-
inter explains. It took him
500 telexes and 20 tele-
grams to track down a suit-
able Japanese chef for the
restaurant. Shigeru
Akashi, the Teppanyaki
chef, was working as a chef
in the Serena restaurant in
Tokyo. He was interviewed
in Japan by the Israel cul-
tural attache.
"He's a great chef, but he
doesn't speak English, or of
course, Hebrew," sais Mas-
inter, who had the job of ex-
plaining glatt kashrut to
the new chef. "He knows
that kashrut is a dietary
code and is aware of the
rules. He's doing very well."
Nevertheless, the
bearded maschgiach, a
kosher inspector, stands by
to make sure chef Akashi
maintains the strictest kas-
hrut. "Cooking kosher food
Japanese style is really not
a problem," said Masinter.
"We don't attempt to im-
itate shrimp or pork recipes,
but make use of beef, veal
and poultry."

"THE CLUB"

2ND FLOOR

Superb Milk Fed Veal
Fresh Seafood Daily
Served in an authentic traditional
New York Italian-style atmosphere

Reservations Suggested For Your Convenience

851-2500

Reservations: 593-1234

West Bloomfield

2080 Walnut Lake Rd. at Inkster
Featuring

NEWS

Your Host:

Al Valente

after 3 p.m.

plaza
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29145 Northwestern
At 12 Mile Rd.
356-2310

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TRAY CATERING
SIT DOWN EATERY
CARRY OUTS

Fraeklin Shoppiag Plaza

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Greektown's Finest Cuisine

LAIKON CAFE

Monroe Ave. • Downtown Detroit • 963-7058
Authentic Greek Cooking

Liquor • Beer • Wine

Sun., Mon., Wed. & Thurs. 11 a.m.-3 p.m.
Fri. & Sat. til 4 a.m.
Your Hosts: Gus & Chris Mantjios

TV 1.1

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JAKK'S

RESTAURANT & COCKTAILS

GREENFIELD AT 10 MILE
967-3922

FINAL WEEK!
BILLY
ROSE
QUARTET

2 FREE
MUGS

CALL FOR FAREWELL PARTY PLANS

Plaza Deli is offering 2 FREE MUGS as a special offer with any purchase.

Excluding other specials one

coupon per customer, while quantities last.

Beau Jacks

Serving GREAT FOOD AND COCKTAILS
AT MODERATE PRICES

CHEF JAMES LEHANE

HE SERVED THE KENNEDYS

Wychmere Harbor Club, West Harwich, Mass.

HE SERVED PRESIDENTS

NOW OPEN SUNDAYS

FROM 4 p.m.

OPEN 1 DAYS . . MON.-THURS. 11:30 a.m.-11 p.m.
FRI. & SAT. TIL 12 Mid., SUN. FROM 4 P.M.

• LUNCHES • DINNERS • AFTER THEATER SNACKS & SANDWICHES

COCKTAILS TIL 2 a.m.

Your Hosts: JACK & GARY COCHRAN
4108 W. MAPLE RD.,
626-2630
1 BLK. WEST OF TELEGRAPH

World Zionist Press Service

Salvador Jews
prospered in 30s

Pinehurst Hotel, Pinehurst, N.C.

HE SERVED WITH OLYMPIC
CHEF STORE ANDERSSON

Captain. U.S. Culinary Olympic Team

NOW HE SERVES YOU!

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JERUSALEM (ZINS) —
The Jewish community of
El Salvador is tiny. Formal
institutional life is
rudimentary, but all neces-
sities are covered by institu-
tions that came into being
as a result of the influx of
immigrants during the
1930s and 1940s. The ap-
proximately 300 Jews in the
country have a rabbi and
study groups.

MERMAID'S
GALLEY

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518 GOYEAU AVE. • Windsor • (519) 256-9828

Across From Tunnel Entrance or
2 Rights From Tunnel Exit

UP .e °

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362-1262

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50°,/o OFF

No reverence

ON OUR CURRENT MENU
AND ALSO RECEIVE
10% CASH BONUS COUPONS
TOWARD OUR NEW MENU

COMPLETE DINNERS FROM $5.50 U.S. FUNDS



Tel Aviv (ZINS) — The
work of Nobel Prize-,
winning author Isaac
Bashevis Singer was
criticized by Yiddishist Av-
raham Sutskever in an
interview with the Hebrew
daily Haaretz this month.
Sutskever said that while
Singer's novels leave the
impression that "Singer is
writing for a newspaper.
His characters are two di-
mensional and without
depth."

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