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May 02, 1986 - Image 55

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-05-02

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FIND IT

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IN THE

ranklin Racquet Club, May 9, is
pen to the public ... The Social
;athering with dancing, disc joc-
key, hors d'oeuvres and cash bar
s $5 non-members and no charge
o members ... Last year, 900
)eople attended in the large,
sprawling Franklin Club area.
NEW ENCORE restaurant
and delicatessen in West Bloom-
leld Plaza, Orchard Lake Rd.
and Maple, has a very clever
nenu to go with its stunningly
vautiful decor.
"Still Single" is sector with 24
sandwiches ... including . . . in a
)ox all by itself .. , number 24 . . .
'PB & J — World's Greatest
?eanut Butter and Jelly Sand-
Nich" ... Other restaurants have
ieglected this great favorite of
ieople like George Cantor, my-
self and so many more . . . but not
;he Encore ... thanks to owners
have Mintz and Michael
.7,uckman.
Then there's eight on "The
Jarnegie Board" . . . "As big as
Vew York's, over 12 ounces. We
lefy you to eat one solo" (corned
)eef, pastrami, etc.) ... Encore is
the only place I know of with
seven melt sandwiches . . . and
the "Sandtich Bored" has 26 in-
:hiding Gyros (spiced beef and
amb) . "The Big Guys" are 13
;hree- and four-deckers . . . "Wait
There's More" has "The Hoofers,"
;fight burgers and two steak
sandwiches named after Hol-
ywood dancing greats ... "Some
„Ake It Hot" are five hot sand-
Niches named after warm cli-
-nate areas . . . "Others Like It
L'old" are plates served with pita
)read and named after very cold
'egions . "The Platters" ... For
'Only You" are four frankfurters
and knockwurst dishes named
after the great singing group's
million seller records.
"You Ain't Seen Nothing Vet"
are 22 "Night Fare" dinners
served after 4 p.m. , .. "Got
:aught" are 12 seafood and fish
linners served after 4 p.m.
Big thing on the Encore menu
s last page called' One From The
'kart" ... designed for people
watching intake of fat and
:holesterol . . . and monitoring
heir amount of protein, calories
and carbohydrates.
The 36 items, approved by
kmerican Heart Association of
Vlichigan, are listed . . . each
vith, grams of cholesterol and
aloric count.
"Greens and Things" are 12
salads ... "The Eggstras" has 12
styles of ordering eggs .. . "The
Brunch Munch" consists of 12
traditional platters ... and The
Woofers are seven frankfurters
And knockwurst sandwiches
named after famous moviedom
logs from Lassie to Rin Tin Tin,
Old Yeller and Benji:
The Encore menu was six
months in its planning stage:

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—One of two most important fa
a successful dining experience.

(Africa), Greece, Italy, England
and the United States.
John is a certified executive
chef and a certified culinary in-
structor.
JOSEPH AND THE AMAZ-
INGTechnicolor Dreamcoat
opening at Birmingham Theatre
May 9 through June 8 will be
Birmingham's final production of
the 1985-1986 season.
It's a musical retelling of the
Old Testament story of Joseph
and his jealous brothers ... but
far from dull or serious ... The
show is a changing pattern of
song and dance to the sounds of
country, gospel, rock, softshoe,
calypso and more ... it scored a
rousing New York success in
1981.
May 10 performance is a bene-
fit for Women's American ORT
... For tickets to the benefit or
more information, call ORT
office, 355-9151.
KITCHEN HINTS ... If your
gravy is a little greasy, try add-
ing a pinch of soda . . . A clean
nail shoved into your baked
potato will lessen the cooking
time by 12 to 15 minutes . .
Pierce the shell of an egg with a
pinpoint before plunging into
boiling water and the shell won't
break.
NANCY GURWIN will be
starring in a one-time-only ap-
pearance ... open to the public
. . . Thursday at Danish Club,
22711 Grand River ... Show will
be I Do! I Do! ... with cocktails
6:30 p.m., dinner 7 p.m., curtain
8:15 p.m. . .. Dinner and show is
$19.95 per person including tax
and tip.

If the food isn't good, then -little ' e

'

matters-neither the efficiency of t
help nor the beauty of the restaura
At the Encore our food is
'Op 1
.ltd

Stop
s moking.

WE'RE FIGHTING FOR
Yap LIFE

aa

RD LA E ROAD
4 b
WEST BLOOMFIELD, MICHIGAN 48033
[313) 855-8433

American Heart
Association IF

Young Zionists
Group To Meet

Detroit Young Zionists, a
newly formed organization of
young professionals affiliated
with the Metro Detroit District,
Zionist Organization of Ameriea,
will hold an orientation meeting
Monday at 7 p.m. in,the home 'of
Ronald and Merle Schwartz,
31267 Applewood Ln., Far-
mington Hills.
Special guest will be Avi Dick-
stein of Israel, general secretary
of the World Union of General
Zionists and national coordinator
of the ZOA Young Leadership
Mission to Israel.
The mission, especially de-
veloped for young adults aged 25
to 45, will leave for Israel on El
Al Israel Airlines on July 20 and
return Aug. 3.
The meeting will also deal with
the group's structure and the
formation of an executive com-
mittee.
Interested young adults are in-
vited. For information about the
Young Zionists and the Israel
mission, call Detroit ZOA, 569-
1515.

Yes, it can happen to YOU! Our catering consultants can make

your wedding, bar mitzvah, anniversaiy, whatever...
the picture perfect affair you've always dreamed of.

Just call Grace White at 879.2100 and tell her what
YOUR dreams are made of. She'll take it from there!

Northfield Hilton

( 5500 Crooks Pd. • Troy. Ml 48098
(313) 879-2100

JOHN RABENOWITZ,

executive chef at Noithfield Hil-
ton, Crooks and 1-75, was born in
Johannesburg, SOuth . Africa ...
and is fluent in English, Afri-
kaans, HebreW, WU and Basutu
languages He has taken his
2 ulittary talents around the world
•• owning restaurants in Zim-
babwe, Mozambique,, Lesotho

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Meeting On Cancer ,

A Focus on Living (with
cancer)' meeting will be held on
Monday at 7:30 p.m. in the
Southfield Civic Center. For in-
formation, contact the American
Cancer Society, 557-5353.

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