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April 25, 1986 - Image 49

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-04-25

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The Music & Madness of

Bob Posch

in the lower level of the

breakfast and dinner are served
at the hotel . . . and a box picnic
lunch is provided enabling guests
to sightsee at area attractions
while still observing dietery cus-
Synagogue space for daily mi-
nyan has been set aside in the
hotel ... and construction of an
eruv encomiassing the 111/2-acre
site has been completed.
raspberry cheesecake are just two
examples of the low-fat creations
deonstrated at Foland's All-
American Home Show ending
this Sunday.
"I want to show our customers
that there are healthy and tasty
alternatives to the current way
they're eating," says Jerry Krott,
Foland's head man with wife
Judy. "My cholesterol level used
to be in the danger zone, but a
change of diet has lowered it by
20 percent."
Eight chefs scheduled for ap-
pearance at Foland's locations
are creating heart-healthy de-
lights based on guidelines estab-
lished by American Heart Asso-
ciation of Michigan.
The All-American Home Show
features area chefs plus cookware
demonstrations by Oster Far-
berware, Hamilton Beach and
Kitchen Aid, etc. . . . with all
cookware manufacturers prepar-
ing low-cholesterol foods ...
Norelco is even providing regis-
tered nurses to take blood pres-
sure of customers who attend Fo-
land's Dearborn, Livonia and
Rochester stores through Sunday
. . . Interested folks should call
their closest Foland's for exact
One of the featured chefs is
Elizabeth King ... noted Chinese
chef and author of Eating The
Chinese Way in Detroit and her
new The 15-Minute Chinese
Gourmet . . . She prepared
Chinese fettucini, steamed chic-
ken with mushrooms and vegeta-
ble stir-fry in a West Bend elec-
tric Wok at Foland's Warren
store last Saturday .. . She'll also
be at Foland's Smithfield store on
Greenfield tomorrow from 12
noon to 4 p.m.
wildlife artists and world cham-
pion wood carvers will appear
and show their works at the 8th
Annual River , Crab Salmon
Stakes fishing tourney tomorrow,
11 a.m. til 4 p.m.
The tourney and accompanying
raffle is a benefit for the Blue
Water Clinic's program of child
abuse prevention and treatment
in Port Huron area.
Jim Foote of Gibraltar, ranked
by many as the top wildlife artist
in Michigan, will appear with the
Wildwings Gallery exhibit and
sale on enclosed porch of Chuck
Muer's River Crab restaurant, St.
Clair River, just north of St.
Clair, Mich.
The restaurant is headquarters
for tourney ... and will also host
weighng-in of huge salmon and
trout from 1-3 p.m., a free trout
pond for kids and displays of fish-
ing tackle and boats.
Betsy Piper of Harsen's Island,
who won the 1984 champion
wildlife carving title in Ocean
City, Md., will demonstrate pry-

ing a duck model, which typically
requires 600 hours of work to
complete . . . She'll also show a
number of carvings, including
her famous Canada goose, which
required six months of work ...
and won several blue ribbons at
international, world and North
American competitions.
1940 Chophouse at 1940 E. Jer-
rerson has pianist and song
stylist Jan Van Gordon Monday
through Friday, 5-8 p.m. . . . On
Monday evenings she's followed
by Billy Rose Trio from 8 to 12
midnight . . . Tuesday through
Saturday are song stylist Beth
Merry and pianist Cheryl Shel-
vey, 8 to 12 midnight.
. IT'S HERE AGAIN ... the
tasting of succulent morsels from
Detroit restaurants while strol-
ling around' Hart Plaza at your
leisure ... stopping perhaps tO
listen as a popular band from the
area begins its performance.
Michigan Restaurant Associa-
tion brings annual Fine Foods
Festival to Hart Plaza today, to-
morrow and Sunday . . . called
"Taste of Detroit" . . . Hours
today and tomorrow are noon to
11 p.m. . . . Sunday, noon to 10
Eighth annual will again fea-
ture samples of house specialties
from 26 area restaurants at
equally sample-size prices .. .
There'll be barbecue duck and
pheasant legs from historic Holly
Hotel, mini-cannoli from Roman
Terrace and petite crawfish from
Bowman's Catering . . . J.P.'s
Lafayette Park Deli will have
Reuben sandwiches . . . and the
more adventurous can taste buf-
falo sandwiches heading up the
menu from Mackinnon's.
Delicacies from Greece, Italy,
India, Poland and the Orient are
all available during "Taste Of
Detroit" . . . plus continuous per-
formances by popular ;Detroit
region bands ... Also a puppet
show and clown for the younger
. Want a good cup of coffee? ...
Just put a tiny pinch of 'salt and
some egg shells in the grinds
Your coffee will be less bitter and
fresher tasting ... No need to cry
when chopping onions . . . Just
chop or peel under (or close to)
cold running water . . . Hard-
boiled eggs may not seem like a
problem, but you'd be surprised
at how many folks can't make
"perfect" hard-boiled eggs . . .
Here's a secret ... add a little
white vinegar to the water ... If
the shells should crack while
boiling, the vinegar keeps them
in their shells . . . honest .. .
Poached eggs are a cinch ... To
keep the whites from spreading
when poaching, just add a few
drops of white vnegar to the
water. It won't change the flavor
and your eggs will be perfect .


Calligraphy Show

The Michigan Association of
Calligraphers will have its
;seventh annual exhibit 9 a.m. to
9 p.m. May 3 and 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
May 4 at the Farmington Com-
munity Center.

Red Cedars Restaurant

Still serving our full menu.

For more information and
or Dinner Reservations. NOW APPEARING
PHONE 353-3798
N.W. corner Telegraph & 9 Mile R U S. SAT. $6 COVER
8PM & 11PM

Johnny and Pete Ginopolis
and the employees of


27815 Middlebelt at 12 Mile • Farmington Hills

Heartily Wish
Their Customers, Friends
And The Entire Community



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