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August 04, 1989 - Image 64

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-08-04

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atmosphere and wonderful service . . . the
choice ingredients for a gracious evening

Ask About Our
Excellent Catering
Facilities
For All Occasions

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Before and After
The Theater

Reservations Accepted

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Luncheon 11 a.m.-3 p.m.

• Bar Mitzvahs • Weddings
• Showers
• Anniversaries
• Bat Mitzvahs • Birthdays
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Dinner 5 p.m.-11 p.m.

Friday 'til Midnight

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Chorus Line

Continued from preceding page

returns to the Fisher Theater
for one week only Aug. 15-20.
When A Chorus Line first
opened on Broadway in 1975,
it became one of those rare
shows to reach the status of
instant legend . . . Michael
Bennett's musical about a
group of young hopefuls who
vie for a place in the chorus
of a Broadway musical, was
the most talked-about show of
the decade, winning a
Pulitzer Prize and an armful
of rIbny Awards.
JOYCE SHERMAN and
Susin Borin have a new
arrival.
In contrast to their giant
muffins found in local area
stores, the Motor City Muffin
Company owned by them in
Livonia now puts out a small,
one-ounce muffin packaged in
groups of 12.
Flavors include apple, blue-
berry, cherry, cranberry and
Zucchini oat bran, carrot,
chocolate chip, eggnog, oat-
meal raisin and poppyseed
low sugar . . . Also sugarless
varieties like apple, raisin
nut, banana bran, carrot and
pineapple among others.
Joyce and Sue have done
more than just create good
tasting oat bran muffins
made with fresh natural in-
gredients . . . Some of their
flavors meet the dietary
guidelines of the American
Heart Association of
Michigan . . . lbday, many
Motor City Muffins carry the
"Heart Healthy" logo that
denotes low in sodium, fat
and cholesterol.
All are kosher, too . . . Over
45 stores in the greater
Detroit area sell Motor City
Muffins . . . The muffin babes
are at some Great Scott!
supermarkets, Shopping Cen-
ter Market in West Bloom-
field, Southfield and North-
ville and numerous indepen-
dent locales and fruit
markets.
The gals also have gone
even a step further . . . Now
they have a big line of natural
and kosher cookies . . . oat
bran, oatmeal, oatmeal-raisin
and oatmeal-chocolate chip
. . . They come individually
and in packages.
I just finished eating a cou-
ple of no cholesterol cherry
oatmeal muffin babes . . . and
they were delicious.
MAIL DEPT ... "We just
got back from Chicago and
had lunch at a wonderful new
delicatessen called Ciralsky's
on Wells and Erie. The sand-
wiches a la New York's
Carnegie Deli were gigantic
and very tasty. The pickles
and cole slaw out of this
world. Any of your readers
visiting Chicago are in for a
real treat at this brand new
old world deli."

Julia and Rudy Keller

64

FRIDAY, AUGUST 4, 1989

TANGO'S EUROPEAN

Bistro in Radisson Plaza
Hotel at Town Center, 10 Mile
and Evergreen, doesn't call it
"Early Bird" . . . They have
their own connotation . . .
"Dinner at Dusk" . . . $9.95
per person is for diners bet-
ween the hours of 5 p.m. and
7 p.m. with a choice of five en-
trees, soup of the day and
dessert . . . Entrees vary
week-to-week.
JOHN KRESS, general
manager of Machus Restau-
rants and Pastry Shops, has
been awarded the certified
food and beverage executive
designation by Educational
Institute of American Hotel
and Motel Association.
LATIN MUSIC king Tito
Puento brings his jazz allstars
to P'Jazz this Wednesday, 6:30

It was the most
talked-about show
of the decade.

p.m., at Hotel Pontchartrain
on Washington Blvd. . . . He
is best remembered as being
instrumental in helping
create the Mambo craze .. .
Through the '50s and '60s,
Puente was a fixture at the
Palladium Ballroom in New
York, "Home of the Mambo."
YOU'D THINK they were
giving food away recently at
Buddy's Pizza on North-
western . . . Just people
eating the square pizza,
vealburgers, meatballs,
minestrone, cream of broccoli
and other soups, spaghetti
with vegetarian marinara
sauce, etc. . . . Big winners are
the two types of veggie pizzas
going over with loud bangs at
Buddy's . . . with or without
cheese . . . One has mush-
rooms, broccoli, tomatoes and
cauliflower . . . The other is
with green peppers, mush-
rooms, tomatoes and onions.
MOST UNUSUAL invita-
tion came from Gayle's
Chocolates on Washington in
Royal Oak . . . all chocolate!
. . . Was to see and taste its
custom logos and designs,
seasonal items and Gayle's
noted hand-dipped truffles .. .
Most impressive . . . and a big
"10" on the chocolate scale by
Gayle Harte.

WEST BLOOMFIELD

Parks and Recreation's pro-
gressive luncheon explores
restaurants of Ann Arbor this
year . . . Each of the three
lunch stops will focus on a dif-
ferent luncheon course during
the day trip planned for this
Wednesday.
FOUR MOST popular
flavors according to the Inter-
national Ice Cream Associa-
tion are . . . vanilla (30 per-
cent), chocolate (9 percent),
butter pecan (6 percent), and
strawberry (4 percent).

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