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May 12, 1989 - Image 64

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-05-12

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BEST OF EVERYTHING

THE STAR FOR A STAR
GIVE MOM THE BEST
ON MOTHER'S DAY
THIS SUNDAY

The Jackie Mason Sandwich
Must Be A Special Concoction

A BEAUTIFUL TRAY
OR ALL YOUR
HOMEMADE NEEDS TO MAKE IT A GREAT DAY

STAR DELI

DANNY RASKIN

Local Columnist

24555 W. 12 MILE, Just West of Telegraph, Southfield

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352-7377

Let Lis Cater
Your Next Affair

THE
BAR-134 HOUSE
AND GRILL

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(Formerly The Rib Shack)
PRESENTS OUR SUCCULENT

CHARBROILED
Y2 CHICKEN
With French Fries, Cole Slaw and Roll

45 With This Coupon

ALSO TRY
OUR DELICIOUS
RIBS, CHICKEN
AND SHRIMP

Reg. $5,45

Limit 4 Per Customer • Available on Charbroiled Chicken Dinner Only • Expires 5-21-89 • JN

24545 W. 12 MILE RD., Just West of Telegraph (Next to Star Deli)

Just N. of 13 Mile • Farm. Hills •• 626.0804
Home-Style Family Dining • High Quality • Reasonable Prices
1 COUPON ..1

29566 ORCHARD LAKE RD.

NOW OPEN FOR DINNER



INTRODUCTORY OFFER

LARGE, DELICIOUS, HEALTHY

HOMEMADE MUFFIN
WITH ALL DINNER ORDERS

MON. THRU FRI. ANYTIME TIL 9 p.m.
WE BAKE OUR OWN DINNER ROLLS!

• Expires 5-19-89 JN

• 1 Coupon Per Person

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FRIDAY, MAY 12, 1989

WAFFLE -1

OMELETTE
OMELETTE

BUY ONE PLAIN WAFFLE OR ONE
PLAIN OMELETTE ONLY WITH
TOAST & JELLY „ GET ONE

FREE

VALID MONDAY THRU FRIDAY

onder what a
corned beef hash
sandwich would
taste like? . . . It's not on any
menu that I know of and
could be one of the entrees in
search by The Jewish News
and the Palace for a Jackie
Mason Sandwich.
Contestants bring their
whatevers to Plaza Deli, Nor-
thwestern and Franklin at 12
Mile, May 21, for 2 p.m. judg-
ing by Chef Remy Berdy, Star
of Detroit; Chef Peter Loren,
Opus One; Larry Snider,
VHSW food brokers; Bob
Talbert, Detroit Free Press;
and me.
First 50 entrees get two-
pound Isaac Gellis kosher
salami and jar of Isaac Gellis
mustard . . . Winner receives
two front row tickets to see
Jackie at the Palace night of
May 24, plus going backstage
to personally give him the
sandwich which will appear
on Plaza Deli's menu.
Salami and peanut butter?
. . . Don't laugh . . . probably
tastes-better than it sounds.
IT'S JAZZ NIGHT every
Wednesday, Friday and Satur-
day evening in the back room
at Caucus Club, ground floor
of Penobscot Bulding on Con-
gress . . . Sax topflighter
George Benson plays a return
engagement May 20 . . . was
a packed house last time.
Caucus Club gives the best
of what folks want . . . in the
front room with pianist
Charles Bgles and the back
room . . . Reservations for din-
ner are accepted.
FIRST MICHIGAN
Tastefest is May 26-28 in the
New Center area . . .
Michigan restaurants and
food producers will prepare
and serve their specialities on
West Grand Boulevard be-
tween Woodward and the
Lodge Freeway, adjacent to
the General Motors and
Fisher Buildings.
Sample of what Michigan
Tastefest has on the menu is
two outdoor stages, live con-
tinuous entertainment, cook-
ing demonstrations and a
children's activity area spon-
sored by Henry Ford Hospital.
There's no admission
charge and-parking is free .. .
Tickets for the sample food
portions will be sold in
multiples of 50 cents . . . and
no single menu item can ex-
ceed the price of $3.50 .. .
Festival hours will be 5 p.m.
to 12 midnight May 26; 12

noon to 12 midnight May 27;
and 12 noon to 9 p.m. May 28.
RICHARD KIRCHNER
owns a first . . . as general
manager of the 12-year-old
Rhinoceros eating and enter-
tainment spot downtown .. .
It's never had a g.m. before.
Formerly operations
manager for the Appe'teasers
restaurants in Birmingham
(before being sold), Milford
and Novi, Kirchner served
kitchen internships in
Australia with the Squadron
Trust Restaurant and Chez
Raphael in Novi . . . He is a
graduate from the Culinary
Institute of America and
holds a bachelor's degree
from Michigan State Univer-
sity's School of Hotel,
Restaurant and Institutional
Management . . . also study-
ing at the famed Ecole
Hoteliere of Lausanne,
Switzerland.
In other words, Kirchner is
an experienced chef with con-
siderable "front of the house"
training.
MAIL DEPT. . . . to Grace
Crowl at Taste of Seasons on
Northwestern Highway .. .
"For the 45 years of our mar-
riage, Mrs. Meyers has been
cooking and making the
seder dinner for Passover.
This year I insisted that we
have the food brought in so as
to save her some work. I now
take credit for making one of
the two best decisions of my
life. The other good decision
was choosing Taste of Seasons
and having Grace Crowl do
the coking and baking. I could
go over each item of food one
by one but we would only be
redundant.
Suffice it to say that
everything was delicious.
Besides the great food, the
service, packaging, delivery
and appearance were superb.
Our entire family has done
nothing but praise the
delightful results of our seder
dinner. Needless to say, our
family and social get-
togethers will be catered by
Grace Crowl in the future."
Very Sincere and Thankful,
Irving and Faye Meyers
ALL PERFORMERS and
musicians donated their time
recently to benefit concert for
Alzheimers' Association,
Detroit Area Chapter . . . Was
at Wiley E. Groves High
School auditorium in Birm-
ingham . . . with Sheri
Nichols, Phil Marcus Esser,
Barbara Bredius, Ron Coden,
Charlie Latimer, Josh White
Jr. and others in Alzheimer's
"Love Song — A Concert
From The Heart."

JACK McCARTHY and
his "Friday Feast" reports
from local restaurants, has
left WXYZ-TV . . . He returns
to WJBK-TV 2, filling a
similar role with weekly
restaurant segments featur-
ing a favorite recipe . . .
Jack will air every Friday
again . . . during one of
the early evening Eyewitness
Newscasts beginning some-
time this month.
He was a reporter with
WXYZ-TV 18 years . . . His
"Friday Feasts" aired 10
years . . . Jack previously was
with TV-2 before leaving for
Channel 7 in the early '70s,
where he was a news anchor
and reporter.
A native of New Iberia, La.,
Jack was raised in Illinois
and has lived in St. Peters-

Jackie Mason
could give birth to
a salami and
peanut butter
sandwich.

burg, Fla., with wife Carol
since 1987 . . . He plans to
commute to Detroit for his
weekly reports on TV-2 which
will again be taped for later
showings.
STAR OF DETROIT, Too!!,
a 110-foot-long replica
Mississippi paddle wheel ship
was unveiled at an open
house held on the larger
Detroit's original Star Star of
Detroit, which began cruising
the world's busiest waterway,
Detroit River, in July, 1984.
Star of Detroit, Too!! is for
sight-seeing excursion trips of
group functions and in- ,
dividual reservations . . . Ex-
clusivity is offered for private
charters of groups of 100 to
150 . . . Seating is for 75
downstairs and 25 upstairs.
Both vessels feature "Amer-
ican Cuisine" prepared daily
by Executive Chef Remy Ber-
dy and his two right arms .. .
executive sous chef Darnell
Duncan and sous chef
Christopher Krocke.
Seating on the larger Star
of Detroit, with its small but
ample galley (kitchen), is for
275 lunch and dinner on two
decks . . . featuring white
tablecloth dining and a well-
trained staff . . . Much better,
we're told, than last year .. .
Entertainment is every
evening.
Doug Jacobs and the Red
Garter Band played their
lively Dixieland as folks
boarded the Star of Detroit
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