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June 12, 1987 - Image 68

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-06-12

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ENTERTAINMENT

larbuti

Danny Raskin

Continued from preceding page

cookbook, The Taming of The

Stew . . . with all proceeds of the
$11.95 per copy going to
Association for Brain Tumor
Research . . . Checks are made
out to the association for Brain
Tumor Research . . . Checks are
made out to the association .. .
and the cookbooks have a lot of
very good info.
TOMORROW NIGHT is

New Menu for Lunch and Dinner including
HeartSmart' Selections

five-year reunion of Cheeks .. .

Dinner Selections

FRESH BOSTON SCROD in PAPILLOTE

11.95

A Fillet of Scrod in White Wine Sauce with Sliced Mushrooms and Scallions.

BAKED ORANGE ROUGHY, CALIFORNIA STYLE

12.95

Sauteed Artichokes, Mushrooms, Onions and Tomatoes.

BROILED LAKE SUPERIOR WHITEFISH

10.95

SAUTEED FROGS' LEGS, ROADHOUSE STYLE

1150

With Parsley Lemon Butter.

In Garlic Butter.

BAKED CHICKEN FLORENTINE

10.25

A Boneless Breast Stuffed with Spinach, Mushrooms and Cheeses.
Topped with a Delicate Sauce.

DEEP-FRIED FISH and CHIPS

995

Lemon and Tartar Sauce.

ROAST PRIME RIB of BEEF AU JUS

King Cut 15.95 Light 12.95

BROILED FILET of TENDERLOIN

13.95

SURF and TURF

14,95

Choice Steer Fillet Done to Your Choice.

BROILED FRESH BOSTON SCROD DIJON

11.95

Fresh Filet Broiled with a Dijon Mustard Sauce.

Cashew Breaded Shrimp and a Petite Fillet of Choice Steer Tenderloin.

SHRIMP PANE "CASHEW BREADED SHRIMP"

12.95

A House Specialty!

BROILED CHOICE NEW YORK STRIP

13 95

With Sauteed Mushrooms.

BAKED STUFFED FRESH MICHIGAN RAINBOW TROUT

10.50

Filled with a Mixed Seafood Stuffing

BBQ SPARE RIBS

Full Slab 15.95 Half Slab 8.95

Lean Baby Back Ribs Done to Fork Tenderness with Our Own Special Tangy Sauce.

VEAL CALIFORNIA

1450

A Tender Cutlet Sauteed and Topped with Sauteed
Artichokes, Mushrooms, Onions and Tomatoes.

Abow Selections Include—
Side Aiachus Salad, Warm Machus Bread and Butter, Choice of Potato or Vegetable
(Your Server has other "Fresh Selections" Today.)

HeartSmartSM Section

SMART: °

HeartSmartSM is Sponsored by the Henry Ford Heart and Vascular Institute of
Henry Ford Hospital. Selections Low in Fat, Cholesterol, Sodium and
Calories are Designated by the HeartSmartSM Symbol with Values Listed for
Each Item. For More HeartSmartSM Information, Call 876-3400.

Calories

BAKED BOSTON SCROD, Lemon Wege
With Potato or Vegetable
LEMON BROILED CHICKEN
With Potato or Vegetable

895

850

Sodium

Fat

Cholesterol

186

416 mg 6.8 gm 63 mg

307

430 mg 6.8 gm 63 mg

263 304 mg 9 gm 98 mg

384

318 mg 9 gm

98 mg

Above Include: Vegetable or Baked Potato and Tossed Salad with
Wishbone Light Italian Dressing, Machus French Bread and Margarine.

BROILED STEAK SALAD

9.50

407

107 mg 114 gm

750

353

127 mg 10.8 gm 99 mg

Broiled Flank Steak, Sliced & Served on Romaine Lettuce.
Tossed with a Curry and Mustard Dressing. Topped with
Oranges, Sliced Red Onios and Sesame Seeds.

WARM POULET SALAD

Strips of Poached Breast of Chicken on Chilled Crisp Greens with
Oranges, Strawberries, Walnuts, Sweet & Sour Raspberry Dressing.

140 mg

HeartSmartsm is for informational Purposes Only and Not for the Purpose of
Giving Medical Advice or Consultation for Any Specific Condition

Desserts

All Machus breads and pastries are made fresh daily in our Machus Pastry Shop. No mixes, preservatives or additives are used. Only the finest
quality ingredients are prepared by skilled, professional bakers using long-time recipes to exacting standards.

Specialties from Our Machus Pastry Cart and Many More to Choose from

6560 Orchard Lake Rd., West Bloomfield

eservations recommended 626-1587

68

Friday, June 12, 1987

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Mon.-Fri. 11:30-10:00 p.m.

Sat. 5:00-11:00 p.m., Sun. 4 - 8 p.m.

at Isis nitery on South Saginaw
in Pontiac . . . It's black tie op-
tional . . . and starts at 8 p.m.
. . . Isis is the exclusive
nightclub of the 1987 Pine
Knob concert series.
HENNY YOUNGMAN and
his one-liners will be opening
act for Paul Anka at Meadow
Brook, June 16.
ALTHOUGH BRUNCH is
not the custom in Italy, Michael
Sheer, food and beverage direc-
tor at Omni International
Hotel on Jefferson, is augmen-
ting his June Sunday Brunch
with Italian fare . . . New chef
at Omni, joining executive chef
Paul Henskens, is Mario
Mariani from Ristorante Mario
in Rome.
LOWELL SANDERS is
standup comedian tonight and
tomorrow night at Historic Hol-
ly Hotel on Battle Alley in
Holly.
KEY LARGO, Oakland
County's new waterfront
restaurant, has opened for
lunch 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
The restaurant on E. Walled
Lake Drive at Pontiac Trail,
Walled Lake . . . with a tropical
emphasis in the cuisine and
decor, serves dinner from 4 p.m.
to 11 p.m. seven days a week.
During summer months
lunch is served on its lakeside
deck as well as inside, where
many tables have a view of the
water as boaters, water skiers,
sailboaters, jet skiers and
seaplanes go by.
Key Largo's lunch menu is
the same as the dinner menu,
with the addition of weekly
lunch specials.
FIRST ITALIAN FESTI-
VAL comes to the Phoenix
Center in downtown Pontiac to-
day through Sunday, 12 noon to
11 p.m.
Food, music for all ages, spec-
tator sports, plus live music and
entertainment and an Italian
art gallery . . . with no admis-
sion charge today.
ACTRESS SAMANTHA
EGGAR will be special celebri-
ty guest at party benefiting the
Michigan Cancer Foundation
tomorrow night in home of
Leonard and Sybil Jacques.
Her acting career began on
stage . . . in Shakespeare's A
Midsummer Night's Dream,
Taming of the Shrew and
Hamlet at the prestigious Ox-
ford Playhouse . . . Then came
a film career that includes
Psyche 59, Walk, Don't Run and
the memorable Doctor Doolittle.
Party is for MCF's Circle of
Fellows, a group of supporters
who contribute $500 annually
to the foundation's cancer

research, prevention and pa-
tient programs.
Lakefront home of Leonard
and Sybil was built 70 years
ago . . . "In the Era of the Great
Gatsby" . . . and serves as an
ideal setting for the affair.
Sure sorry I can't be there .. .
but Scott, Bonnie and my first
grandchild, little Matthew, ar-
rive today for the weekend.
"ORCHESTRA HALL
Opens Its Doors To The World"
is banner under which Or-
chestra Hall has announced its
first season of concerts with
leadership of Gail Rector, the
hall's new artistic director .. .
The 1987-88 season of concerts
features four European or-
chestras and three programs
from the Orient.
CHUCK MUER'S DIG-
GERS on Grand River in Far-
mington has created a totally
new ambience in dining .. .
with new menu items, nightly
entertainment, expanded lunch
hours and a new upscale, con-
temporary decor.
Mike Haddad is new general
manager at Diggers.
FISHER THEATRE pre-
sents Rodgers and Hammers-
tein's The Sound of Music .. .
July 21 for three weeks, -
through Aug. 9 . . . Tickets go
on sale this Monday at the box
office and all Ticketmaster
outlets.
The plot of The Sound of
Music follows the real life story
of the Trapp Family Singers, a
pair of adults and seven
children who, from 1938 to
1945, were one of the most
popular concert attractions in
America and Europe . . . It's a
tale of a group of people who, a
few years earlier, living secure-
ly and happily in an Austrian
castle, would never have im-
agined that the rise of the
Nazis would force them to flee
into exile and become "per-
formers."

Music Students
Win Awards

Harrison High School Band
and Orchestra Boosters pre-
sented their annual schol-
arship awards at their music
appreciation banquet held
last week.
Winners of the adjudicated
solos included: 11th grader
Neal Blatt, and ninth graders
Matt Paletz and Dina
Zamczyk. Each received a
$100 scholarship.

Lecture Slated

The Center for New Think-
ing will have a lecture by Di-
rector Rabbi Sherwin Wine
on "Syria and Lebanon" at 10
a.m. Thursday in the Some-
rset Mall auditorium. There
is an admission charge.

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