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November 20, 1992 - Image 83

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-11-20

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THANKSGIVING MENU

COMPLETE DINNER

If reputation has anything
to say about it, Modern
Delicatessen will be packed
. . . The public esteem of
which it has been held since
1936 (some say longer) is a
high one and owner Kelly
Eter has much to maintain.
CONGRATS . . . to wife
Frieda Raskin .'. . on her
birthday.
LIKEABLE and talented
localite Terri Cassels, owner
of Cheer Michigan, a camp
that trains cheerleading
teams, heads the charity
cheerleading competition,
fourth annual "Holiday
Cheers To You" 1992 Cheer
For Charity, Dec. 12, at
Macomb Community College
. . . The event is an opportuni-
ty for cheerleaders across the
state with competition open
to 7th-grade, 8th-grade,
freshmen, junior varsity and
' varsity cheer teams ...
Charities benefiting this year
are Michigan Humane Socie-
ty and Multiple Sclerosis
Foundation, Michigan
Chapter . . . Last year, 135
) cheer teams competed.

Terri is the daughter of
Irene and Nate Light . . . Her
camp teaches cheerleading
teams in the ways of today,
not yesteryears with its porn
pon, hoop-de-do or whatever
. . . It is now an athletic ac-
, jivity that combines gym-
-inastics, precision, strength
training and crowd
motivation.
IT STARTED out as just
another experiment, but the
Live Opera at Sultan's Or-
chard Lake Road and 14 Mile
in Robin's Nest, has been so
successful that the evening is
now an ongoing entertain-
ment feature . . . Next one
will be this Monday night .. .
with no more minimum or
special menu . . . It'll be order
anything you want and enjoy
the opera that begins at 7
p.m.

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DISA 'N DATA . . . Con-
glomerate giant General
Mills may open two restau-
rants in Southfield . . . Sites
D are being looked at for both
its China Gate and Olive
Garden operations . . . Eric
Branden Group is every
Thursday from 8:30 p.m. at
Cocina del Sol on Nor-
thwestern . . . Shawn Riley
'Band is Friday and Saturday,
8 to 1, at Matt Brady's in
Holiday Inn of Farmington
Hills on 10 Mile . . . It's bir-
thday number 14 at
Rhinoceros on Riopelle,
owned by Norman Schwartz.
Might be a new way to go
for Benno Stienborn or
whoever buys Benno's on
Sixth Street in Royal Oak .. .
One of his suppliers didn't
show up and Benno told folks

on a recent Saturday evening
that he only had two items to
serve . . . The two-dish menu
of beef Wellington and
salmon was a smash success
. . . Chuck Muer will do the
latest autographing stint
with his The Simply Great!
cookbook this Tuesday at
Meriwethers on Thlegraph .. .
From 4 to 7, the dining spot
will have a "holiday fare"
with gift giving ideas, wine
tasting and hors d'oeuvres .. .
For more info on those
Michigan Cancer Foundation
holiday greeting cards, call
Sandy Spearman, 294-1140
. . . The sauces at Tunnel Bar-
B-Q and TBQ's Other Place in
Windsor aren't secret
anymore . . . They can be got-
ten at numerous markets and
food outlets in the local
metropolitan area . . . Before
now, only Windsor was able to
purchase the bottled good-
nesses of co-owners Valerie
Stoiantsis, Thom Racovitis
and Chris Stoiantsis . . . The
sauces are many times award-
winners and have been palate
pleasers for over 51 years.
Andiamo Italia Ristorante
on E. 13 Mile, just west of Van
Dyke in Warren, made stop
number three on its culinary
tour of Italy . . . Region of
Lombardia was recently feted
with a seven-course feast .. .
This has gotten to be quite a
bargain with the $29.95 cost
including tax, tip and choice
of wine.
TELL YOU ONE thing. If
most of the gals (and guys too)
who work at The Jewish
News ever got in on that
"Chocolate of The Stars" be-
ing given at Ritz-Carlton,
Dearborn, this Sunday,
there'd be a lot of "which way
did it go?" disappearances
with my chocoholic cohorts on
the eye-rolling-in-Heaven-end
of some luscious tongue-
smacking goodness.
Over 30 local chocolatiers
will display their yummies
and give out free samples to
the wide-eyed . . . From 7 to 4
p.m., it'll be a free-for-all of
candies, dessert themes, ice
cream and novelties along
with the chocolate motif to
help people with the mind-
stealing Alzheimer's disease
. . . For info on the $100 per
ducat chocolate chomping,
call Dian Wilkins at
Alzheimer's, 557-8277.

• MUSHROOM BARLEY OR
CHICKEN SOUP
• GARDEN SALAD WITH DRESSING
• CRANBERRY RELISH
• WHOLE ROASTED TURKEY WITH

$11" per person

• MASHED POTATOES W/GRAVY OR
CANDIED SWEET POTATOES OR
ROAST POTATOES ANNA
• BREAD STUFFING (Challah)

• FRENCH CUT STRING BEANS WITH
TOASTED ALMONDS
• INDIVIDUAL ROLLS

GRAVY (Sliced On Request)

A LA CARTE ITEMS

• CHOPPED LIVER
• MUSHROOM BARLEY SOUP
• CHICKEN NOODLE SOUP
• MATZO BALLS
• KREPLACH
• MASHED POTATOES

$6.49 lb. • ROAST ANNA POTATOES
$3.99 qt. • FARFEL W/MUSHROOMS
$3.99 qt • KISHKE
$ .75 ea. • BROCCOLI CASSEROLE SQ
$7.99 dz. • NOODLE PUDDING SQ.
$3.99 qt. • GRAVY

$4.75 qt.
$4.75 qt.
$ .95 ea.
$1.25 ea.
$1.50 ea.
$2.99 qt.

• STUFFED CABBAGE
$5.99 pkg. (6)
• 1f2 ROASTED CHICKEN
$4.25
• BEEF BRISKET
$10.99 lb.
• WHOLE ROASTED TURKEY
WITH GRAVY
$3.00 lb.
Raw Weight

Holiday Pastries & Desserts Available

ANOTHER
SHIRLEE BLOOM
SPECIALTY

855-9463

EVERYTHING
HOME-COOKED

Orders May Be Placed Throu h Nov. 22, 1992

We Only Use
Kosher
Products

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32418 Northwestern Highway between Middlebelt and 14 Mile Road

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RESTAURANT & COCKTAIL LOUNGE

THANKSGIVING WEEKEND
ALL-YOU-CAN-EAT BUFFET

DINNER BUFFET SERVED 4:30 p.m. to 10 p.m.
$595 Children under 10
$ 8 95 per person

TAX AND TIP NOT INCLUDED

LUNCH BUFFET SERVED SUNDAY ONLY
11 a.m.-3:30 p.m.

COUPON

DINNER FOR 2

1$ 6 95 per person

BUFFET SERVED AT SOUTHFIELD LOCATION ONLY

$ 1395FOR 2

$1.00

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INCLUDES SOUP OF THE DAY & 2 EGG
ROLLS, ALMOND BONELESS CHICKEN, I I
BEEF WITH BROCCOLI, FRIED RICE, HOT
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TEA OR COFFEE.
• No Substitutions, Please
• Not Good With Any Other Discounted Offer I L
• Coupon Valid Only at Southfield Location I r
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Expires 11-30-92
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OUR OTHER LOCATIONS

ROSEVILLE
20753 13 Mlle Rd.
(At Little Mack)
293-4640

ROCHESTER HILLS
.2601 S Rochester Rd.
'(Northof Auburn Rd.)
852-0170

$495 Children under 10

Tax and tip not included

OFF PER PERSON ON OUR
DINNER BUFFET ONLY

Expires 11-29-92

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11 MILE ROAD BETWEEN LAHSER & TELEGRAPH
354.3700
SOUTHFIELD
FAX: 354-0647

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MORE DISA 'N Data .. .

Design concept at Matt Pren-
tice's new Bruschetta opening
next March in Troy's Oakland
Mall will have everything in
open view (except the
dishwasher, with its own
private wall) . . . Word is still
that Matt's other Bruschetta
will be at the closed Bijou on
Southfield. ❑

Contemporary American

Cuisine

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Lunch 11 am.

Entertainment Tuesday Through Saturday

Now Appearing:

Dinner 4 p.m.

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Banquet Facilities Available

755 W. Big Beaver, W. of 1-75, Top of Troy Bldg., Concourse

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