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December 22, 1989 - Image 83

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-12-22

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on Essex, Moshe Peking and
Chez Peking.
Contest guidelines provide
for one chef from each
restaurant to present an ap-
petizer, which can be
prepared beforehand, and a
main course, wok-cooked
before the audience and
judges . . . Arthur Schwartz,
food critic of the New York
Daily News; Gil Marks, editor
of Kosher Gourmet magazine;
Meryl Ain of the Jewish Week
and Joan Nathan, author of
The Jewish Holiday Kitchen.
The festival will be design-
ed thematically . . . A variety
of "islands" will be created
with similar or related pro-
ducts and services grouped
and exhibited together .. .
For example, the Simcha
Island will feature products
and services related to wed-
dings, bar mitzvahs, bat mitz-
vahs and other celebrations
. . . Other "islands" will in-
clude travel, books, Judaica
giftware, boutique items and
food.
TIME TO consider what
we eat, says Louise Hanlon,
R.D., administrative dietician
at St. Joseph Mercy Hospital
in Pontiac .. .
"Basically, there are two
types of fiber, soluble and in-
soluble. Fruits, vegetables,
oat bran, and legumes —
dried beans and peas — are
good sources of soluble fiber.
Grains, cereals and whole
wheat breads supply insolu-
ble fiber. Each type of fiber
has its own advantages."
According to Louise, soluble
fiber is known to lower
cholesterol in the blood
stream. One theory suggsts
that it actually absorbs
cholesterol and allows the
body to pass it out, instead of
retaining it.
Insoluble fiber is a natural
laxative and helps pass food
through the digestive system
faster. Since food remains in
the body for a shorter period
of time, it has less chance of
building up in the colon. This
reduces the chance of colon
cancer.
"The recommended intake
of fiber is 25-40 grams per
day," says Louise. "This would
be considered a high-fiber
diet." In order to reach and
maintain a high fiber diet,
she suggests these tips .. .
Eat at least four servings of
fruits and vegetables per day.
(Fruit juice contains some
fiber, but not nearly enough.)
. . . Look for whole wheat
breads. (Some breads and
flours may simply say
"wheat" and be only white

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Celebrate

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Holidays

with
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851-0313

• Breakfast • Lunch • Dinner
In the Casual Elegant
Atmosphere You Want For
Gracious Enjoyable Dining

Enjoy Holiday Dinner with Red Wing coach
Jacques Demers at his restaurant in the atrium
of Embassy Suites Hotel — Southfield.

OUR TRADITIONAL BUFFET FEATURES:

1 Days a Week

CARVING STATION

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PASTA STATION
ASSORTED PASTRY TABLE
OMELLETTE STATION
&
WAFFLE STATION

Roast Tom Turkey
Honey Glazed Ham
Roast Prime Rib of Beef

•All Day Lang

Enjoy Our Fine Dinner Specials .
Different Each Day

HOT ITEMS INCLUDE

SALAD BAR
Fresh Fruit Display
International Cheese
& Bread Board
Poached Norwegian Salmon
Loxs & Bagels
Smoked Vi hite Fish
Peel & Eat Shrimp
Assorted Herring
BLT Soup

Whipped Idaho Potatoes
Honey Glazed Carrots
with Raisins
Sweet Potatoes
Hickory Fried Chicken
Baked Boston Scrod
with Newburg Sauce
Sweet Corn
Pork Cattitori

— Hours —

Monday Thru Saturday
7 a.m. to 9:30 p.m.
Sunday
8 a.m. thru 9 p.m.

So make your reservations now to enjoy a New Southfield Holiday
11-adition — Dinnerr and more at Jacques Demers.

ADULTS $15.95

CHILDREN 5-12 $8.95
SENIORS $14.95

MONDAY, DECEMBER 25, 1989

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COOLIDGE CAFE

12:00 noon - 7:00 p.m.
For Reservations Phone
355-2050

22110 COOLIDGE AT 9 MILE IN THE A & P SHOPPING CENTER
Oak Park
541-5929

8 BREAKFAST SPECIALS

EMBASSY

7 DAYS A WEEK
MON.-FRI. 7 a.m.-11 a.m. SAT. & SUN. 7 a.m.-1 p.m.

SUITES

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HOTEL

EGGS (any style) W/2 BACON OR 2 SAUSAGE,
HASH BROWNS OR GRITS
.
0) 2 EGG S (any style) WITH HAM, HASH BROWNS
OR GR ITS
$ 2I.
2 EGGS (any style) WITH HASH BROWNS
OR GRITS
. ■
2 PANCAKES, 2 BLUEBERRY PANCAKES OR FRENCH TOAST
■ W/2 BACON OR 2 SAUSAGE & 2 EGGS (any style)
$ 2 ■
c 2 POTATO PANCAKES W/ 2 BACON OR
5 2
any sty le)
$ 2
2 EGGS (any style)
COFFEE
.
CO LD O R HOT CEREAL
/ • & COFFE E
$ 2.25
OMELETTE OF THE DAY
• W/HASH BROWNS OR GRITS
$3.25
CHOICE OF TOAST, ONION ROLL, KAISER ROLL OR ENGLISH MUFFIN

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28100 Franklin Road, Southfield, MI

Ai" $5 OFF

ON OUR BEAUTIFUL
ALREADY LOW-PRICED MEAT OR DAIRY TRAYS

• Expires 12-23-89
• One Per Customer

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DELIVERY
AVAILABLE

• Not Good on Holidays
• 10 Person Minimum

STAR DE

24555 W. 12 MILE, Just West of Telegraph

Southfield

352-7377

R1STORANTE

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'LA CUCINA CIASS1CA'

RESERVATIONS TAKEN FOR OUR
NEW & BEAUTIFUL GARDEN ROOM

Party Consultation By Your Hosts, Rina & Adriano Tonon

Fireside Room
Available
30715

Reservations 474-3033
W. Ten Mile • Farm. Hills, MI

OPEN XMAS DAY & NEW YEAR'S DAY

LET US CATER YOUR 1
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26076 GREENFIELD at LINCOLN

!LINCOLN CENTE4R

BUY 1 CHICKEN DINNER

GET SECOND (SAME)
FOR $2

968.1100

• Must Present Coupon
• 1 Coupon Per Customer

• No Buckets, Barrels or Whole Chickens
• Pickup Only • Expires 12-30-89

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