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March 22, 1991 - Image 72

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-03-22

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PASSOVER CARRY-OUT AND CATERING

PASSOVER DINNER

*Chopped Liver Appetizer with Vegetable Garnish
Tossed Salad
Matzo Ball Soup
One-Half Roasted Chicken
Double-Baked Potato or Kishke
Fresh Vegetables
Passover Seder Cake

$8.95

per person, plus tax & delivery

*For dinners of 10 or more

CARRY-OUT EXTRAS

$5.75 per pound
$5.95 per pound
$8.95 each
$4.00 each
$2.50 each
$ .55 each
$1.50 each

Chopped Liver
Kishke
Seder Winenut Cakes
Gefilte Fish
Half-Size Gefilte Fish
Matzo Balls
Double-Baked Potatoes

Chef Elwin Greenwald preparing gourmet Passover recipes.

Kosher L'Pesach
Gourmet Luncheon

CARLA JEAN SCHWARTZ

Local Columnist

West Bloomfield
Orchard Lake Rd., South of 15

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Greenfield, North of 10

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Telegraph Bet. 12 & 13

737-3890

967-3999

645-5288

OUR HOLIDAY HOURS: Deli Unique of Oak Park and Deli Unique of Bingham Farms

Will Close Fri., March 29 at 3 p.m. and Reopen Mon., April 1 at 11 a.m.
Deli Unique of West Bloomfield Will Close Fri., March 29 at 3 p.m.
And Reopen Sun., March 31 at 9 a.m.

One of Metropolitan Detroit's
Most Beautiful and Exciting
Restaurants

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72

FRIDAY, MARCH 22, 1991

C

ongregation Shaarey
Zedek Sisterhood
hosted a kosher
1'Pesach spring luncheon
featuring Elwin Green-
wald , chef and proprietor of
Elwin's Tu-Go in Royal Oak.
About 60 guests attended
the March 11 afternoon
event. Mr. Greenwald dem-
onstrated several gourmet
kosher Passover recipes in-
cluding two-toned beet and
sorrel soup garnished with
yogurt, chilled marinated
halibut with red pepper
mayonnaise, Mediterranean
salad and dark victory dense
chocolate cake with orange
sauce. He offered many cook-
ing tips to the guests while
preparing the dishes.
"This is a refresher course,
getting ready for Pesach
with some new recipes," said
Rusty Rosman , program
chairman for the sisterhood.
After the members dined,
Rabbi Irwin Groner spoke
on kashering the home.
Some of the active sister-
hood members include: Faye

Ullmann, Arlene Karbel,
Joyce Blum, Sandy
Schwartz and Anita
Millman.
Mrs. Rosman is busy plan-
ning another important
sisterhood event with Adat
Shalom Sisterhood on May
6: "The Sandwich Genera-
tion Parents the Parents."

Hands-On Haggadah

Temple Israel and Jewish
Experiences for Families
(J.E.F.F.) held a Passover
workshop for second graders
and their parents on March
10. Sue Stettner of J.E.F.F.

Jamie Learner
of Temple Israel.

dressed up as Moses to tell
the children the Passover
story.
The parents and children
then participated in hands-
on activities about the holi-
day. The children created
their own "Primary
Passover Hands-On Hag-
gadah" by attending diff-
erent work stations. Chil-
dren even got an opportunity
to take a picture of them-
selves as Moses on the road
to freedom and make a spe-
cial Passover pillow for
reclining. When the
workshop was over, the chil-
dren took home their hand-
made Haggadah with ex-
planations about the holi-
day, drawings and puzzles.
Some of the participants
included: Jamie Learner

with dad James, Emily
Adler with mom Leslie,
Marla Jablonowski with
mom Evelyn Bain and

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