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April 10, 1987 - Image 106

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-04-10

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Wishing All Our Friends
and Customers
A HAPPY PASSOVER

A Happy & Healthy
Hanuka To All
Our Friends, Relatives
And Customers

Gourmet

Continued from preceding page

GLAZED PINEAPPLE (P)

V4 fresh pineapple
2 tbsps. honey
1 tbsp. sweet kosher wine

tsp. ground ginger

Berkley Health Foods

2823 Coolidge, Berkley

26511 W. 12 Mile at Northwestern

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5134505

352-7030,

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GET REAM .

Call The Jewish News

354-6060

MARIETTA & ERNEST DRUCKER
AND STAFF
WISH THEIR CUSTOMERS
AND FRIENDS
A HAPPY AND HEALTHY
PASSOVER

Executive Custom Shiiimakers, Inc.
207 S. Woodward Ave.
Birmingham, MI 48011 642-0460

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It's dinosaurs galore at
rt Poster Co. i n April!
,celebrate Dinosaur Days
.
.
ith Dinosaur posters,
gs inflatable toys,
ow-in-the-dark
'nifisaurs and more.
ran even get a
limited-edition Dinosaur
T-shirt, designed expressly
for Art Poster Co.
Everybody wants a
Dinosaur, so hurry to
Art Poster Co. before
they all disappear!

Group Will Host
Champagne Party

High
Blood
Pressure?

Only your doctor can tell. Like
more than 10 million other
Americans, you could have
high blood pressure and not
know it until it leads to stroke,
heart or kidney failure. It has
no special symptoms and of-
ten gives no warning. But your
doctor can detect high blood
pressure (he may call it hy-
pertension) and usually con-
trol it. So see your doctor ...
and follow his orders.

WE'RE FIGHTING FOR
`YOUR LIFE

La Mirage Mall
29555 Northwestern Hwy.
Southfield, MI 48034.358-0830

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Friday, April 10, 1987

Slice the pineapple into 1/2
inch slices and arrange on a
baking sheet. Mix together
the honey, wine and ground
ginger. Drizzle over each slice
of pineapple; Broil for five
minutes until honey 'mixture
is bubbly and pineapple be-
gins to brown. Serve hot.
In order to serve- this des-
sert nice and hot, prepare the
pineapple before you eat and
pop it into the oven to broil
while you prepare your sec-
ond pot of hot tea, just before
dessert serving time.
All these dishes cook fairly
fast. I would cut up all the
vegetables, pineapple and
chicken in advance. While
the chicken marinates in the
wine for a few minutes, I
would begin boiling the water
for the noodles. Next I would
prepare the vegetable stir-fry.
Once that is going, I'd put
the noodles in to boil and
begin the chicken stir-fry.
Once the chicken and veg-
etable dishes are about ready,
the noodles should be ready
to drain and stir-fry as well.
Then put up some hot water
for tea and enjoy your gour-
met kosher.
pesachdik
Chinese meal for one (with
leftovers for another night) or
invite a friend to share it
with you.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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American Heart
Association

of Michigan

The Singles Extension
Group of Temple Israel (50
and up) _ will have a get-
acquainted champagne party
at 8 p.m. April 25 at the
temple.
There will be music for
dancing- and refreshments.
There is an admission fee,
and reservations are due by
April 20.
For reservation informa-
tion, call Mel Hirsch, 533-
9271; or Sylvia Winton, 642-
8321.

Shabbat Dinner
Club For Singles

The Community Network
for Jewish Singles has a
Shabbat potluck dinner club.
The dinner club meets at
members' homes on a rotat-
ing basis. Singles may invite
their own friends and indi-
viduals from the CNJS list of
interested persons. The pro-
gram serves the needs of
singles of all ages and all
levels of religious observance.
Jewish singles of all ages
are welcome.

CALENDAR

COMMUNITY NETWORK
FOR JEWISH SINGLES:

Main Jewish Center,

drop-in coed volleyball,

6:30 p.m. Thursday, be-

ginners, 8 -p.m. Thurs-
day, advanced; admis-
sion, 661-1000, ext.
347.

TOASTMASTERS . :

Main
Jewish Center, 6600 W.
Maple, West Bloomfield,
regular meeting, 7:30
p.m. Tuesday, free,
642-3617 or 356-5369.

COMMUNITY NETWORK
FOR JEWISH SINGLES:

Treats, West Bloomfield,
"Feast at Treats," noon
Sunday, reservations,
661-1000, ext. 347.

YAD will Host
Sports Night

Detroit area young men
and women are invited to join
the Jewish Welfare Federa-
tion's Young Adult Division
for a sports night at the main
Jewish Community Center on
April 25.
YAD will have use of the
Center's gym, pool, tennis
and racquetball courts, locker
rooms and showers, from 8 to
10 p.m.
Following the workout,
dancing, entertainment and
refreshments will be avail-
able in Shiffman Hall, begin-
ning at 9:30 p.m. Entertain-
ment will be provided by
"Tunes for Tunes." There is a
charge for the evening.
Rebecca Goldbaum is
chairman of the event. Matt
Arbit; Marsha L. Girson and
Mark Rosner are chairmen of
the YAD social committee.

Resort Weekend
For Singles Planned

Metro Toronto Jewish Sing-
les, Toronto's largest Jewish
singles. group, will sponsor its
second annual . singles
weekend at Clevelands House
Resort, north of Toronto, May
21 to May 24.
This weekend includes
three meals a day, organized
singles activities such as ten-
nis, golf, aerobics, socials and
lifestykle seminars. An op-
tional chartered bus to and
from Toronto is available.
For information and an ap-
plication form write: Metro
Toronto Jewish Singles, 4981
Bathurst St., Suite 316,
Willowdale, Ontario, Canada
M2R-1Y5, or call 1-(416)
222-7111.

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