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March 25, 1988 - Image 89

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-03-25

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For a memorable event
without the worries, let us
handle the details!

and eight entrees, including a
special that changes daily.
Except for the overloking
scenery into these various
areas, you sure wouldn't know
this was a restaurant inside
a health club!
MENU DEPT. . . . from
Gina Horwitz . . . "Praline
Brunch Toast . . . 8 eggs, Ph
cups milk, 1 Tbsp. firmly
packed brown sugar, 2 tsp.
vanilla, 8 slices (3 /4") French
or Italian bread, Y4 cup maple
syrup, V2 cup chopped pecans
. . . Thoroughly blend eggs,
milk, 1 tablespoon brown
sugar and vanilla. Melt
margarine in 13x9x2 inch
baking dish. Stir in 1/2 cup
brown sugar and syrup.
Sprinkle with pecans.
Carefully place bread slices
on nuts. Pour entire egg-milk
mixture over bread. Cover
and refrigerate several hours
or overnight. Bake uncovered
at 350 degrees, approximate-
ly 35 minutes until puffed
and lightly browned. For each
serving, invert 2 slices onto
plate." . . . Gina also says it's
a great way to get rid of your
bread before Passover.
NO MORE HAVING to
take complete course . . .
Guys 'n gals can now register
for one or more sessions ($15
each) in the Culinary Hearts
Kitchen Course sponsored by
Cardiovascular Fitness and
Rehabilitation Program at
Sinai Hospital . . .
"Something's Fishy" April 12
tells how to prepare a variety
of tasty low fat fish dishes,
and how fish oils affect heart
disease . . . May 10 is "Fun
With Fiber," cooking with
fiber and why it is now con-
sidered so important in diets
. . . and "Suddenly Salad"
June 14, shows how to
prepare low fat salad dishes
without compromising good
taste.
Registered Sinai dieticians
Beverly Peiss and Betsy
Kuleto share healthy recipes,
tips on how to shop for
healthy recipes, and ways to
prepare them.
Folks are also offered a
grocery store tour, where they
learn to read labels and
evaluate the nutritional con-
tent of the foods bought.
For more info, call Beverly
of Betsy at 493-6333 . . . The
sessions will be 6 p.m. to 8
p.m. at Birmingham Groves
High on W. 13 Mile Rd. at
Evergreen.

Named

Washington — Thomas
Neumann, of the Anti-
Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith, has been named ex-
ecutive vice president of B'nai
B'rith International.

v

Cynthia Weber
Consultant

Professional
Planners for:
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* Fund Raisers
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& Incentives

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of the Great American Investor

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advertising—and he also
knows a good investment.
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Bonds now pay com-
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Find out more, call
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A public service of this publication.

Dinner
4 p.m. to 1 a.m.

Lunch
11 a.m.



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