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March 10, 1989 - Image 65

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-03-10

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ALL DINNERS INCLUDE: COLE SLAW, FRIES & HOMEMADE SOFT ROLLS

BUDDY'S PIZZA and
Detroit Pistons' "Coach's Cor-
ner" is this Wednesday, 6 p.m.
to 8 p.m. at the Buddy's Piz-
za Restaurant on Highland
Road (M-59) at Pontiac Lake
Road in Waterford.
The Coach's Corner will be
hosted by Piston Assistant
Coach Brendan Suhr and an-
nouncer George Blaha . . .
Piston players will also be on
hand to answer questions and
sign autographs . . . and door
prizes will be given away .. .
No admission or cover.
IT'LL BE the first time at
Fairlane Manor in Dearborn
for 16th Annual Michigan
Chefs de Cuisine Culinary
Arts Salon, April 16, 12 noon
to 5 p.m. . . . Was formerly
held at Cobo Hall, featuring
the creative works of over 300
entrants from all areas of food
service . . . $5 admission is
part of the group's scholarship
fund which helps subsidize
culinary education in south-
eastern Michigan.
The April 16 show is one in
a series of national competi-
tions that narrow the field of
culinarians vying for a posi-
tion on the coveted U.S.
Culinary Team competing in
Frankfurt, West Germany,
every four years . . . At the
1988 Olympics, the Michigan
regional team plus three
Michigan members of the na-
tional culinary team won a
total of 14 gold medals.
The Michigan Chefs de
Cuisine Culinary Arts Salon
is one of the largest food
shows in the country . . . For
more information, call this
year's chairman, Craig

"Skip" Julius, 399-5990, or
Master Chef Leopold Schaeli
at Machus Red Fox, 626-4200,
or at home, 855-0259.
FIRST TIME ever that
Bob Posch and Ron Coden
have worked together at the
same club on a full-time basis
. . . This is at Prock's
Restaurant & Lounge on
Maple Road in Clawson,
where Bob Posch Show is on
the lower level . . . and Ron
Coden Show at a second
showroom upstairs.
VIDEO REVIEWS . . . by
Mike Dembs, owner of Video
Zone in Warren:
Three Men And A Baby —
"I hate cute movies and this
is King Cute. This movie
wallows in cuteness. Ahh,
isn't that baby cute, you'll
find yourself saying, 'but not
as cute as Selleck, Danson
and Guttenberg: You could
overdose on cute from viewing
this movie. Which brings me
to my next point. Why did
they throw in that idiotic
drug sub-plot? Three Men
And A Baby is one of the most
manipulative films I've ever
seen and also one of the
worst:'
Above The Law — "Martial
arts expert Steven Seagal
makes an impressive acting
debut in this violent action
flick. He's another one of
those superhero types who
takes on the mob. It's really
amazing how quick he must
be to dodge all those bullets
they keep firing at him. The
story is predictable but what
makes it work is Seagal's
larger than life screen
presence. Dirty Harry look
out!"
DISA 'N DATA . . . The
new outside look at Golden
Mushroom, 10 Mile and
Southfield, makes a world of
difference . . . looks like
another restaurant . . . Actor
Tony Randall's name in
Tulsa, Oklahoma, was
Leonard Rosenberg . . . Trap-
pers Alley Live! every Friday
night on Monroe has Ubra-
tions this evening . . . Next
week are the Sun Messengers
. . . No charge .. .
"Dancing through the
Decades, Wine Tasting &
Desserts" by Raskin Kitchen
Maid Foods and Jewish Com-
munity Center is this Sunday,
7 p.m., at the Center's
Maple/Drake building .. .
Monday has Machus Sly Fox
inviting folks to meet Man-
fred Esser, president of
Cuvaison Winery, plus
gourmet dinner by Chef Ran-
dy Wagner.

OPEN 7 DAYS
MON.-SAT.
11:30-10
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dients can many times be
quite bland, tasteless and
even sawdusty.
Sue and Joyce own Motor
City Muffin Company . . .
with their product made from
100 percent top quality fruit,
milk and vegetable sources
. . . no fillers or preservatives.
They're among the first to
have a full selection of heart-
healthy muffins with oat bran
that meets the dietary
guidelines of American Heart
Association . . . plus a wide
line of all natural, sugarless
muffins in many flavors .. .
and follow the necessities
prescribed by Kashrut laws
for a dairy product.
MARCH 29 is date that
Medallion opens again for
lunch, Monday through Fri-
day, 11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. . . .
Chef Eddie Matteson has
returned to Medallion in
Crosswinds Mall, Orchard
Lake Road and Lone Pine.

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Two Great Dining Experiences
One Convenient Location
Both Traditions

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DENNY McLAIN

On Keyboard

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LEON SPINKS

Business lunches.. .

Outside of your boardroom, Jacques is
the perfect place to meet. The food and
ambience will serve to make business
an enjoyable experience.

Elegant dinners .. .

Continental cuisine, fine wines, beautiful
atmosphere and wonderful service . . . the
perfect ingredients for a gracious evening.

Complete catering .. .
Our gourmet food will enhance
the flavor of your special affair.

Reservations accepted

642-3131

Mixologist

Mondays Thru Fridays

Entertainment & Dancing

RICKY DEE

SATURDAY EVENINGS 8:30 p.m:2 a.m.
And The Gypsys
Plus Guest Artists

Luncheon 11 a.m.-3 p.m.
Dinner 5 p.m.-11 p.m.
Friday & Saturday 'til
midnight
Cocktails 'til 2 a.m.

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642-0055

30100 Telegraph in Bingham Farms Office Plaza, Bet. 12 & 13



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