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August 15, 1986 - Image 53

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-08-15

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field near Eight Mile in Oak
Park, cut ribbon of dollar bills
at its recent opening . . . Gary
has her own private plaque to
put on whatever table she
picks out.
; FUNNY GIRL starring
Nancy Gurwin . . . and pro-
duced by her . . . opens Sept. 13
at Jewish Community Center,
W. Maple . . . Sept. 13 and 20
will be 8 p.m. performances . . .
Sept. 14 and 21, matinee 2
p.m., evening 7 p.m. . . . Sept.
/15 and 25, 8 p.m. . . . Tickets
$10, seniors citizens $9 . . . also
group rates.
Nancy will have her Funny
Girl at Danish Club, Sept. 9 -
10.
Something many folks may
not know . . . Although Nancy
is this locale's queen of musical
comedy, she majored in drama
. . . graduating from New
York's Neighborhood
Playhouse . . . In November of
this year, Nancy will star in
Diary of Anne Frank at the
JCC.
ORIGINAL ESQUIRE
DELI in Harvard Row, Lahser
and 11 Mile, which was sold by
Harry Weiss to Erno Klein .. .
has been purchased in auction
by Lenny Fidler, who had Len-
ny's Deli on Orchard Lake Rd.
.. Original Esquire has been
closed since Erno went into
bankrupty.
RHINOCEROS RES-
TAURANT on Riopelle in
downtown Detroit's Rivertown
district, has its own version of
an ageless Michigan feast .. .
Called "The Governor's
Dinner," the feast is a fixed-
price, complete five-course
meal prepared totally with
fresh Michigan food items in-
cluding a choice of fine wines'
from the Traverse City area.
The "Governor's Dinner;" as
researched and presented by
Rhinoceros Chef Mark
Schwartz, is an epicurean ad-
nture in textures, flavors,
aromas and taste sensations
. . . Michigan style.
MAIL DEPT. . . . "A recent
p ress release entitled 'Quick,
'easy Food Preservation' made
the following suggestion: 'Us-
i ng boilable bags to blanch and
vegetables has become
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very popular. This allows you
0 process, freeze and cook all
n the same bag . . . '
`It has recently come to our
attention that the manufac-
urer of the locally available
(
poilable bags (Daisy Seal-A-
Meal) does not recommend this
:Irocedure in the instruction
Rook that accompanies their
roduct. They recommend
planching vegetables in a con-
Irentional manner and placing
he blanched vegetables in the
oilable bags to be frozen and
reheated later.
`Blanching and reheating in
he same bag amounts to using
he bag twice because it is ex-
}osed to boiling water twice.
(heir bags are not meant to be
sed twice, so they do not
ecommend it.
`If you've already blanched
the bags and frozen your
egetables, we recommend

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bag to reheat them."

Debra A. Stone

Home Economist
Oakland County Cooperative
Extension Services

DREAMGIRLS, the dazzling
and innovative Broadway
musical that won six 1982
Tony awards, comes to
Masonic Temple Theatre Sept.
16-Oct. 12 as part of its inter-
national tour.
Dreamgirls is a personalized
history of the black music
movement of the 1960s and
'70s when the effort to cross
over into the White World of
popular music was achieved
. . . It is the story of three young
girls who begin as backup sin-
gers for a rhythm and blues
star and become solid gold
superstars . . . The Dreams"
. . . who come face to face with
the consequences of success.
HILTON HOTELS has
created a new merchandising
program known as "Now in
Season at Hilton" . . . The pro-
gram will feature a series of
month-long • promotions
throughout 1986 and 1987 .. .
with food items like apples,
strawberries, asparagus,
blueberries, etc.
During August, the Novi
Hilton's Orchard Cafe Restau-
rant has a fresh tropical treat,
"Kiwi and Sorbet Sundae" .. .
scoop of all-natural strawberry
sorbet surrounded by slices of
fresh kiwifruit and a
kiwifruit/banana sauce.
DETROIT OAKLAND
CHAPTER
barbershop
chorus has moved to Lathrup
City Hall, Southfield north of
11 Mile for its every Monday
practices at 8 p.m.
It is expected that the move
will build the chorus from pre-
sent 75 to more than 100 male
singers by time of big
show at Orchestra Hall in fall.
The chapter and chorus was
recently formed by the merger
of two of the most historic
chapters in the Society for the
Preservation and Encourage-
ment of Barbershop Quartet
Singing in America
(S.P.E.B.S.Q.S.A.) . . . the De-
troit no. 1 Chapter and the
Oakland Chapter.
SPINNING GOLDEN
OLDIES is what Rumples-
tiltskin will be doing tonight at
the Troy Hilton's "Summer
Nights" Outdoor Courtyard
party . . . The six multi-
talented musicians and voc-
alists were formed in 1978 by
brothers Chris and Sam
McCants from Akron, Ohio .. .
They play keyboards and
drums.
The group is currently com-
pleting its second album
entitled "Ivy II" . . . The single
Tell Me has been on the Top
100 charts and recently re-
released.
After tonights "Summer
Nights" stint, Rumplestiltskin
will be performing at Troy Hil-
ton's Fanny's lounge Aug.
18-30 . . . Maple and Stephen-
son Hwy.

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WHO'S WHERE . . . The
Loving Cup, featuring
songstress Marlene Hill, Tues-
day through Saturday at
Panache on Woodward in Bir-
mingham . . . Every Monday
evening at the former Ar-
chibald's locale is Alexander
Zonjic Trio.
DELICATESSEN IN NEW
YORK is doing such a terrific
business they are now calling
it "Fort Lox."
FOLKS ACROSS the river
know about Orient Express .. .
but Detroiters are finding out
also . . . It's in downtown
Windsor on Pitt St., kitty
corner from the Windsor Star
... Seating is for 200 upstairs
and 100 downstairs . . . in a
wide-open expanse that in-
cludes cocktail bar with six
seats, sushi bar open from 5
p.m. and teppanyaki grille.
There are setees for persons
waiting, tablecloths and cloth
napkins at both lunch and
dinner, high ceiling, mirrored
walls, tiled floor around a car-
peted center . . . and glass see-
through windows at
entranceway . . . among other
delightful featureg.
June was three years for
Orient Express, owned by Paul
Wong . . . It has been given a
Triple A rating by both Cana-
dian and American automobile
associations . . . Plaque on wall
from Washington, D.C. makes
Orient Express nne of few res-
taurants with Li, designation

A clever innovation is the
display case with rare cognacs
belonging to people who pur-
chase the bottles there .. .
Each have name of owner, who
can drink from his own bottle
at any time.
KITCHEN HINTS . . .
Here's how to peel tomatoes in
a hurry . . . Put your tomatoes
in the refrigerator for two or
three hours, or until they're
chilled thoroughly . . . Re-
member, do not freeze them .. .
Run the blunt edge of a table
knife over them . . . top to bot-
tom, completely around .. .
Take a sharper knife and
pierce the skin ... The tomato
will peel effortlessly and
quickly.

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WHAT MAKES KINGSLEY
INN'S SUNDAY BRUNCH
SO GREAT ANYWAY?

(Voted Detroit's No. 1 Sunday Brunch in Metropolitan Detroit
magazine's readers poll, Nov. '84 issue.)

• White linen and silver service.

• Elegant ambience of the Kingsley dining rooms.

• No compromise is ever made with quality or freshness.
• A dazzling. ever-changing array of breakfast, luncheon

and dinner, favorites, and pastries from our own pastry
chef, too numerous to mention.

• Sone prices; only $9.95 for adults, $4.95 for
children age 7 and under.

Wingsleg Jinn

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-WOODWARD AT LONG LAKE ROAD
- BLOOMFIELD HILLS • 642 0100

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8 Person Minimum On Trays
VALID ON MEAT OR FISH TRAYS

1 COUPON PER CUSTOMER

Expires 9-15-86

Detroit Zoo Offers
Burger King Days

Free admission tickets to the
Detroit Zoo are being distrib-
uted at metropolitan Burger
King restaurants. The tickets
will be redeemed for admission
to the zoo during "Burger King
Days at the Detroit Zoo" today
and Saturday from 8 a.m. to 5
p.m.
Patrons visiting the park
during Burger King Days are
encouraged to buy helium bal-
loons withproceeds benefiting
Spaulding For Children, a
local non-profit agency dedi-
cated to providing adoption
services for children with spe-
cial needs.

FRANKLIN SHOPPING PLAZA-

29145 NORTHWESTERN AT 12 MILE

Tray
Catering
For All
Occasions

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