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April 12, 1985 - Image 47

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-04-12

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, April 12, 1985

47

If You've Never Been To
Mario's . . . Ask Mom and Dad

ROCKY'S

PIZZERIA

Italian-American Food

10517 W. 7 MILE, East of Meyers

884-8553

nation of chicken soup, matzoh
balls and selected spices. 'NO more
injections, prescriptions, old
wives' remedies — no more
wheezing, sneezing, freezing,'
proclaims the restaurateur. 'I'll
knock out any cold, and symptons,
too, in 48 hours with MBS.'
Goldberg, a 47-year-old whose
deli is known for its old-fashioned
- cured pastrami, comes from a
family of inventors who have
given the world goose feathers in
pillows, foot cushions and thermal
underwear."

"SPRING FANTASY 1985"

luncheon fashion show, by Bette
Appel . . . April 24 at Jewish
Community Center, W. Maple
and Drake . . . is just one of the
biggies that day . . . which usually
creates a huge demand for tickets
. . . This year's affair by Women's
Health Club of JCC will also in-
clude 30 boutique exhibitors, door
prizes and favors . . . Lunch and
H show seating is for 375 . . . with
table reservations available in
advance only through the
Women's Health Club . . . The
boutiques open at 9:30 a.m.,
luncheon and show at 12 noon in
Shiffman Hall . . . Standing room
--, only is expected this year . . . Call
the JCC, 661-1000, ext. 279 for
more info.
BLUES AND JAZZ is April
entertainment schedule at J.
Michael Bottoms on Ouelette in
Windsor.
FOOD FANCIERS will have
an opportimity to view over 400
hors d' oeuvres, pates, cakes and
--n-• pastries created by noted Michi-
gan chefs and aspiring students at
the 12th annual Hospitality In-
dustry Culinary Arts Salon .. .
this Sunday and Monday in Cobo
Hall.
A culinary salon is a competi-
tion for chefs . . . Food is artfully
displaced and judged for its
' creativity, appearance and the
skill involved in making it.
Professional chef, aria appren-
tices from the Great Lakes area
will display over 100 platters and
buffets of their finest cold food, hot
food (displayed cold), and pastries
. . . The professional salon is co-
sponsored by Michigan Restau-
rant Association and Michigan
Chefs de Cuisine Association .. .
The student competition, running
concurrently, will feature works
by food service students from high
schools and colleges.
Although food displayed is
made of edible products, the culi-
nary art is meant to be viewed, not
eaten . . . Visiting a culinary
salon competition is comparable
to visiting an art gallery, only the
medium is food instead of paint
and canvas . . . As a preservative,
clear aspic gelatin is applied in
layers to many exhibits, sealing
them from the air and preventing
discoloration.
Judging from last year's
attendance, over 10,000 people
are expected to view the salon ex-
hibition, according to Chef Paul
R. Yousoufian (Schulers, Inc.),
chairman of all cuninary salon ac-
tivities.
Entries in student salon will
compete for prestigious Augie
Awards, "Oscars" of the event .. .
Run in conjunction w‘h the
Michigan and Great Lakes Food

Service Show, held in another sec-
tion of Cobo Hall for restaurant
industry representatives only, the
salon also provides an opportu-
nity for students of the culinary
arts to display their talents to
members of the Michigan food
service industry.
Professional chefs compete in
an American Culinary Federa-
tion approved salon, judged sepa-
rately from the students . . . They
receive points and medals whoch
go toward recognized chef certifi-
cation.
Public can view the salon
entried tomorrow, 12 noon to 6
p.m., and Monday 12 noon to 8
p.m. . . . Admission is $3.
THIRTY YEARS AGO, Oak
Park was a mess of mud . . . but
many hearty businessfolks saw
the potential of this growing
community . . . and discovered a
cash flow bonanza area . . . Dan
Woo and son Eugene Woo were
among the pioneers with their
Hoa Kow Inn . . . The Oriental
dining favorite of so many has
continually served the people
good food throughout these many
years . . . expanding their menu
from Cantonese to also include
Szechuan, Mandarin and Shan-
ghai . . . How Kow is one of the few
original pioneers left . . . and re-
cently celebrated its 30th an-
niversary.

FLORINE MARK ROSS,

head of Weight Watchers here, is
honorary chairperson of Myas-
thenia Gravis Association (MGA)
. . . and will give opening address
at its annual fashion event this
year . . . Date is April 20, 12 noon,
at Fairlane Manor in Dearborn,
by Saks Fifth Avenue . . . For
$22.50 tickets, call MGA, 342-
5939.
IT WASN'T LONG AGO when _
most people didn't know what a
croissant was . . . and most still
don't know how to pronounce it
. . . Ron Wolfe and Al Blum,
bossmen of Croissant Croissant in
oo-o-aiAld Plaza, Southfield and
12% Mile, are get,Lit.,E,
open their second restaurant/
bakery . . . in another area.
DEAN RUTLEDGE, contem-
porary singer, guitarist and banjo
player, is now Saturday and Sun-
day nights at Diamond Jim
Brady's on Cooley Lake Rd.,
Union Lake.
Rutledge plays guitar and sings
each Saturday and Sunday night,
from 8 p.m. to 12 midnight . . . He
is familiar to many localites .. .
with a variety of music from folk
to pop that has been heard in over
80 clubs in and around Detroit.
JERRY WEBER NITE by
Saints & Sinners group in Los
Angeles is April 20 at hall in
Plummers Park . . . $5 charity fee
includes show by show biz mem-
bers, dancing and refreshments
. . . Contact Turk Prujan, master,
654-9418 in L.A. (1160 N. Ogden
Dr., Apt. 107, Los Angeles, CA
90046).
LOOKING BACK On Restau-
rants of Yesteryears .. .
He was little, not more than
four or five . . . We stood behind
him in line at Hedge's Wigwam
. . . It was apparently his first visit
to the famous landmark at Wood-
ward and Ten Mile in Royal Oak

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AND WILL REOPEN
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(Northwestern north of 12)

353-2922

833-9425

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BREAKFAST SPECIALS SERVED ALL DAY1

ADDITIONAL CHARGE OF 20 CENTS AFTER REGULAR HOURS

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