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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-07-06

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, July 6, 1984 37

CATERING FOR ALL
OCCASIONS

AT OUR FAMOUS LOW PRICES



Market Street way on
Northwestern, north of 12
Mile . . . Same style Pickle
Barrel lettering on wall .. .
and waitresses wear same
new uniforms . . . Al worked
hard to get it off the ground
and in the right direction.
The original Pickle
Barrel opened in 1976, seat-
ing 150 . . . Today, it is so
much more modernistic .. .
but the elegance is there
with large touches of class
. . . making it intimate and
still "haimishe."
Its brightness brings
forth more of a cheery, fresh
look . . . warmly-styled.
Even the foyer has been
remodeled . . . Plus the new
tile, a brass rail now sepa-
rates "in" and "out" . . . and
a waiting settee is done in
beige upholstery and black
formica.
At new Pickle Barrel in
Evergreen Plaza are carica-
tures etched in glass of Jack
and Al . . . with heads
alongside a pickle barrel ..
About those pickle barrels,
by the way, even though
Jack and Debi and Al and
Shelley have greatly up-
dated their 12 Mile and
Evergreen locale, the one
trademark still remains .. .
Little wooden pickle barrels
appear on all tables .. .
They're the original ones
from when place opened in
1976 . . . stained and re-
stored.
Menu has totally ex-
panded ... There's now
even four nachos . . . A
"Down South Nacho From
Jewish Section of Mexico" is
made with corned beef and
cheese . . . Also four various
pita bread sandwiches,
chili, a peanut butter and
jelly omelette and so much
more . . . plus things for
folks not so hungry...
On the menu's back is a
humorous Jewish glossary
. . . with things like, A Bis-
sel — My "true" worth .. .
Ongeshtopt — What every-
' body "thinks" I'm worth . . .
Gantser K'nackers • — Max
Fisher, Al Taubman, Henry
Ford or any of our overstuf-
fed sandwiches . . . Mazel
Toy — Your daughter 41-
nally got married at 43 to a
Gantser K'nacker ..
MazellGlick — To trip in a
ditch in your backyard and
strike oil.
PROBABLY ONE OF
the finest and most exciting
cookbooks to be published in
a long while is the big 269-
page (almost 600 luscious
recipes) "Superb Secrets
From The Kitchen" . . . by
Sisterhood of Temple Beth
El.
'It's one of the very few
which has the great feature
of an index . . . to find what-
ever a person is looking to
prepare . plus definitions
of table weights, measures
and abbreviations .. . table
of contents . . . helpful hints
. . . substitutions . . . cake
pan conversions.., even a
table of food equivalents.
"Superb Secrets" was
compiled over the last
couple of years . . . with re-

,

cipes by members of the sis-
terhood . . . and plenty from
the brotherhood, too . . . It is
separated into various
categories of dining . . . ap-
petizers, fish poultry, meat,
soup, desserts, etc.
The very fine, clear,
easy-to-read Temple Beth
El cookbook, put out by
Kathie Dizik, chairman and
her committee of 16 lassies,
is every bit worth $10 plus
tax . . . on sale at Sisterhood
Gift Shop . . . or by mail (add
couple of bucks for postage
and handling) . . . Make
checks payable to Temple
Beth El Sisterhood , .. 7400
Telegraph Rd., Birming-
ham, Mich. 48010 . . . The
recipes are wonderful . . .
and the index super.
IF FOLKS WERE in-
vited to recent grand open-
ing party of The Place
(former Royal Lounge) on
Woodward, south of 131/2
Mile, Royal Oak, it was the
place at which to be.
Shindig was called "A
Taste of The Place" and if
Chef Dave Tiffany serves
that kind of food, the SRO
sign will be constant . . . A
large table went from mini-
ature bagels and lox to
whitefish to oysters Roc-
kefeller 'to rumaki to Lon-
' don broil wrapped around
artichokes to 'chicken
teriyaki to liver pate in a
French roll and crab mousse
in a French roll . . . to ele-
gant pastries made by
Dave's sous chef, Mark
Kalnow . . . Chocoholic El-
liot Trumbull ate strawber-
ries double-dipped in choco-
late like they were popcorn.
About 250 people came to
The Place's "A Taste of The
Place" . . . and so much
champagne that who cared
if Shirley Becker spilled a
glass while waving her
arms (Arnie was at a golf
outing).
Familiar face was Carol
Brown, bar manager and
sometimes floor manager at
The Place . . . a big smile
and a lot of experience is
this gal so many folks know
from Benny's during Ben
Kasle's ownership of the
Vineyards.
Our busperson, 18-year-
old Kae Beth_ Rosenberg,
was simply great . smil-
ing, very efficient and
loaded with personality.
Waiter Darryl Vennard is
pleasant, quick and knowl-
edgeable.
Bill Bonds looked relaxed
. . . Len Barnes took notes
. Bob Allison reminisced
. and sb it went . . . with
everyone having a good
time.
DRAKE'S GARDEN
• CAFE restaurant is finally
open . . . in Green-9 Plaza on
Greenfield south of Nine
Mile (next to Brass Bed) ..
with its concept of fresh,
healthy foods, relaxing at-
mosphere and moderate
prices.
There are eight or more
salads, ten house dressings,
a different homemade soup

French, Jewish, American, International Cuisine

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Seven complete breakfast specials that'll really
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• ten-grain sourdough cakes with pure maple syrup
• large fresh eggs cooked in real butter
• breads, muffins and Danish pastries from our very
own bakery.
We also feature freshly-squeezed orange or grapefruit
Juice. Choose freshly extracted apple or carrot juice or pos-
sibly one of our eye-opening high energy shakes.

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Restaurant and Bakery

31005 ORCHARD LAKE ROAD AT 14 MILE • Farmington Hills
ADJACENT TO TALLY HALL

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Sun. 8 a.m.-9 p.m.

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Enjoy over 40 freshly prepared
items such as: Veal Fricassee;
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Adults $7.75
Children under 7 $4.95
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SUNDAY BAVARIAN NIGHT
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Mon.-Thurs. 7 a.m.-9:30 p.m.
Fri. & Sat. 7 a.m.-10 p.m.
Sun. 8 a.m.-9:30 p.m.

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Also visit THE GALLERY
Restaurant at 19460 W. 10 Mile Rd.
(1 Blk. E. of Evergreen)


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