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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-03-06

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turkey, tongue and Russian
dressing is named after his
brother-in-law.
"Need I say more?" he
asked.
The number two, or Sara's
Dream, is a house special.
"Sara was my mother, and it
was always her dream that I
should own my own restau-
rant," he said. "She would
have liked it. It's made with
corned beef, egg, lettuce,
tomato and Russian dress-
ing."
Sara's Deli is a real family
affair. The Eva in Eva's Blue
Light Special — salami, egg,
lettuce, tomato and Russian
dressing — is Mr. Good-
man's sister, who often
works the counter.
The Melissa in Melissa's
Giggle — roast beef, cole
slaw and Russian dressing
— is his ever-giggling
daughter. The Danny in
Danny's Song — sardines,
onion, lettuce and tomato —
is his little boy.
Mr. Goodman didn't ex-
plain the sardines.
But as Ronnie Forman,
owner of the Bread Basket,
will tell you, family affairs
can sometimes get com-
plicated.
Mr. Forman's been mar-
ried three times. Each time,
he's had to change the name
of the Supreme sandwich,
which he makes with
chicken salad and bacon
served open-face with melted
cheese on top.
"Every time I call my
printer, he thinks I've gotten
divorced again," Mr. For-
man joked.
But seriously, Mr. Forman
loves his business and loves
to include his family —
every member.
The Bread Basket, located
in Lincoln Center in Oak
Park, features four-deckers
and combination sand-
wiches, all sporting names of
his children.
Mr. Forman likes to keep
them in order: First comes
De Anna's Delicacy — corned
beef, chopped liver, Swiss
cheese, lettuce, tomato and
Russian dressing; then
comes Bonnie's Banquet —
baked ham, melted Swiss
cheese, turkey, lettuce,
tomato and mayonnaise; and
last is Jayme's Jubilee —
corned beef, pastrami, Swiss
cheese, lettuce, tomato and
Russian dressing.
"I like to keep it limited to
my family," he said. "They
are, after all, who you work
for."
By the way, if you haven't
already guessed, the Ronnie
in Ronnie's That's My

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