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January 25, 1985 - Image 49

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-01-25

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

WOODWARD AVENUE
DELI is name of new carry-out

just south of 14 Mile Rd. that has
set some sort of record . . . First
month owners Gina Caudill and
Rick Boyd opened their spot . . . it
was given an almost unheard of
100 percent by Oakland County
Health Dept. . . . Two months la-
ter, another inspection, no doubt
because of so many furrowed
eyebrows, revealed another 100
percent . . . Woodward Avenue
Deli was the site of a former art
gallery . . . and the 1,500 square
feet includes oodles of back room
space for cooking, equipment and
storage.

TRIVIA QUESTION . . .

What was first hit tune by the
Andrews. Sisters? . . . Winner re-
ceives 50 rubles, collectable at the
Ice Bank in Siberia .. . Answer
. . . Bi Mir Bis Du Shoen . . .
Laverne, Patti and Maxine had
been knocking around clubs until
discovered by agent Lou Levy,
who had them record this old Yid-
dish song . . . Their skyrocket rise
to stardom was almost im-
mediate.

WHO'S WHERE DEPT. . . .

Rumplestiltskin, an outstanding
assemblage of seven multi-
talented musicians fusing a di-
verse range of sounds from
classical to blues is at Fanny's of
Troy Hilton, Stephenson Hwy. . . .
Essence is in Hurley's of North-
field Hilton, Crooks and 1-75 .. .
Loving Cup at Nicky's in Top of
Troy Bldg. concourse, always
draws them from everywhere.
THINGS I'D LIKE to hear on
CKLW, 800 AM radio . . . with all
those absolutely great tunes from
the '30s, '40s, '50s and '60s . . . plus
those simply superb artists of the
four eras . . . More Dinah Wash-
ington . . . some Spike Jones .. .
Duke Ellington . . . Louie
Armstrong . . . Al Hibbler .. .
Harmonicats . . . Jonah Jones .. .
Have you tuned in yet? . . . The
format has created a sensation .. .
and very rightly so . . . I've met
people who take a long time to get
somewhere . . . just so they can lis-
ten.

LOTS OF FOLKS knock their
brains out trying to buy some-
thing for a "real skier" . . . By
"real skier' I mean the type who
relishes cold weather, who can't
wait for snow to fall so they can
pack the car, drive for hours on icy
roads and through blizzards in
order to brave the cold all day
long, sliding down hills with two
boards strapped to their feet .. .
They're a strange bunch and very
difficult to buy presents for.
Clothing worn at ski resorts can
shock the non-skier . . . Very con-

servative dressers in civilian life
will turn up wearing red ski pants
with yellow knee pads, huge ski
boots with all sorts of buckles and
knobs that climb to the top of their
calf, and odd looking hats with
tassles that normal people think
are only suitable for small chil-
dren or clowns.
Still, if you want to tackle the
task of buying a birthday, an-
niversary or whatever gift for that
ski bum friend or relative .. .
there are many from which to
choose . . . Be careful though .. .
The hat you think is "so cute" may
never make it to the slopes.
This. year, the American Lung
Association has developed the Ski
Key Card . . . entitling its bearer
to ski one time this season at each
of 24 participating ski resorts .
Ski Key Card is transferrable
within the immediate family and
has a value of over $300 in lift
tickets . . . Best of all, the Ski Key
Card is a $20 tax deductible con-
tribution to the American Lung
Association . . . It's available at
all Bavarian Village Ski Shops.
Sorry . . . the Ski Key Card
doesn't include bandages or
splints.

LA CAGE AUX FOLLES,

internationally-acclaimed
Broadway musical comedy that
won six 1984 Tony awards comes
to Fisher Theater for a four-week
engagement Feb. 6 . . . with two
preview performances, that Wed-
nesday evening at 8, and Feb. 7
matinee at 1 p.m.
Starring Peter Marshall and
Keene Curtis, La Cage Aux Folles
has music by Jerry Herman and
book by Harvey Fierstein.
Marshall was host of the televi-
sion game show, "Hollywood

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Deli Unique
[667-39991

25290 GREENFIELD North of 10 Mlle Rd.

NNW

HONEY TREE
AT TALLY HALL
31005 ORCHARD LAKE RD. at 14 Mile • Farmington Hills

The Jewish News
Advertising Dept.



GREEK FOOD

• SOUVLAKI • SPINACH PIE • GREEK SALAD • BAKLAVA • RICE PUDDING

354-6060

CARRY-OUT & CATERING

8554866

1 13ancittEt

90Z ( Y OWE C D-W.7071LE

ffait

Saturday Afternoons and
All-Day Sundays

Continental Cuisine
Dancing

STORING WINE DEPT. .. .

In general, wines like a tempera-
ture between 55 and 60 degrees
. . . Five degrees, more or less, will
not damage them . . . The main
precaution is not to subject them
to constant or abrupt changes in
temperature . . . The storage prob-
lem is usually simple for re-
staurateurs and home owners
who have cool cellars, but difficult
for apartment dwellers who live
in rooms kept at 70 degrees or
higher . . . Better not attempt to
store large amounts of wine if the
temperature is not right.
Store both natural and spark-
ing wines on their sides so that
liquid keeps cork wet . . . If the
cork dries out, air seeps in and
spoils natural oil- . . . or gas es-
capes from champagne, which
then turns "flat" . . . Fortified
wines and liquors can be kept up-
right . . . So can most California
wines.
CARRY-OUT FOODS for
evening dining at home has got-
ten so big at Chefs de Cuisine on
The Boardwalk, Orchard Lake
Road just south of Maple, that
folks now call owners Debbie
Hamilton and Pat Vargo in the
morning and ask, "What are you
cooking today?"Cases in front are
filled with complete gourmet-
style meals from which people can
choose . . . other than custom-
created delicacies . . . Their all-
occasion party preparations are a
big conversation item.

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CATERING FOR ALL OCCASIONS

ENTERTAINMENT
ADS
GET RESULTS
Call

pounds of fresh fillets are served
daily at Kingsley . . . rolled in a
special flour mixture before being
sauteed in butter.
Restaurants serving at the in-
augural bear their own costs, but
the personal rewards and prestige
of being there is great.
Only three other Michigan res-
taurants — Macchus, Schuler's
and Van Dyke Place — were
selected to serve at the three-day
affair.
Other restaurants nationally
included 21 Club of New York,
Brennan's of New Orleans . and
Ernie's of San Francisco.

Friday, January 25, 1985

.

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Entertainment By: THE LOVING CUP

Lunch 11 a.m.

Dinner 4:30-1 a.m.

Reservations:

362-1262

755 W. Big Beaver Concourse, Top of Troy Bldg., Troy

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One of Metropolitan Detroit's Most Beautiful
and Exciting Restaurant-Lounges


available for your
favorite occasion every Sunday (all day)
and Saturday from 12 to 5 p.m.

• Bar Mitzvah
• Shower
• Birthday

• Bat Mitzvah
• Banquet
• Sweet 16

• Wedding
• Anniversary
• Reunion

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PAT ARCHER: 358-3355

28875 Franklin Rd. at Northwestern & 12 Mile
Southfield, MI

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