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May 28, 1993 - Image 110

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-05-28

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EASY ENTERTAINING

FOR THE ULTIMATE IN QUALITY BANDS...
CALL LORIO-ROSS ENTERTAINMENT

We provide continuous music with
either bands and/or D.J.'s

RUMPLESTILTSKIN
JERRY ROSS BAND
HOT ICE
SIMONE VITALE
NORMA JEAN BELL
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REFLECTIONS
KALEIDOSCOPE
CHATEU
REGULAR BOYS
SUN MESSENGERS
MARK PHILLIPS
TWO-TWENTY
KEEPSAKE
VIZITOR
LOVING CUP
SKYLINE & THE
BACK STREET HORNS

SKYUNE & THE BACK
STREET HORNS

JERRY ROSS BAND

r

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Call Jerry or Julie Ross
to view these
bands on video.

505 S.
S. Lafayette
Royal Oak, MI 48067

RUMPLESTILTSKIN

HOT ICE

KARAOKE

SHOWS,
RENTALS
& SALES

(313) 398-9711

CLOTHES
ENCOUNTERS

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46 • SUMMER 1993 • STYLE

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birthday or other group lunch-
es. Available for carry-out any
time, purple-bag lunches cost
$12.50. They include a freshly-
made sandwich, side salad,
fresh fruit and one of her delec-
table baked goods — all pack-
aged in a purple bag.
Available
Tuesdays,
Wednesdays and Thursdays is
Dinner for Two or Dinner For
You. Perfect for picking up on
the way home from work, com-
plete dinners, including
dessert, feature two different
menus daily, one of them a
"Happy Heart" selection. The
moderately priced meals come
ready for carry out in Earth-
friendly packaging. Call ahead
for carry-outs. The collabora-
tion of two Royal Oak eateries
has led to the popularity of
Elwin and Company, 508 S.
Washington. 547-8846.
Chefs Elwin Greenwald, for-
merly of Elwin Tu Go, and
Dawn Clark, formerly of
Cuisine Courier, combine
European tradition with health-
ful eating.
Call Mr. Greenwald or Ms.
Clark for a sit-down consulta-
tion or just peruse the menu.
Prices are modest — $4.75
for an order of mushroom
blintzes or chicken strudel in
phyllo pastry. Soups are sold
by the bowl, quart or pint —
$2.75, $4.25 and $7.50. A potato-
corn chowder is the house spe-
cialty.
For those riding the low-fat
bandwagon, try salads, sand-
wiches, hot entrees and baked
goods from the "(A Votre
Sante!! — To Your Health"
menu. Oatburgers ($3.95),
stuffed cabbage ($3.95), vege-
tarian chili ($2.75 per bowl)
and muffins ($.95) all boast
zero grams of fat, and are low
in cholesterol, salt and calories.
Tucked away in a tiny yellow
house between the offices dec-
orating Northwestern High-
way, Bonnie's Patisserie,
29229 Northwestern Hwy., 357-
4540, is a favorite of west-
siders.
Most orders require a six-
person minimum and 48 hours
advance notice, but it's worth
the extra effort.
The array at Bonnie's is vast
— two catering menus are
available, one for desserts and
appetizers, the other for
entrees, side dishes and trays.
Traditional favorites like mar-

Sumptuous desserts at The Palate
Pleaser.

inated veal chops ($10 per per-
son) and caesar salads ($2.25
per person) share space with
salmon en croute ($80 per
fish), wasabi shrimp salad
($9.50 per pint) and squash
torte ($32).
Save room for a Swedish
almond flan ($18 for a 9-inch
dessert) or cappucino cheese-
cake ($18 for the same size).
Or bring in your own dish to be
filled with creme brulee, choco-
late or lemon mousse or fruit
crisp.
Down the street, Vineyards
Cafe Catering, 32418 North-
western Hwy., 855-9463, is
more than a jam-packed lunch
spot.
Choose from two menus —
Vineyards Custom Catering or
Shirlee Bloom's Jewish cook-
ing.
Hearts, designating low cho-
lesterol, and check-marks, for
low fat, on the Vineyards menu
make health-conscious shop-
ping a snap. Middle-Eastern
salads like hummus ($5.99 lb.),
tabouli ($5.99 lb.) and fatoush
($4.99 lb.) are both, and are
ready to go out the door.
Custom trays are available
with 24-hour notice and a 10-
person minimum — try a veg-
etable crudite with spinach dip
($35 serves 10-15) or a gourmet
salad assortment served with
baguettes, croissants and petite
kaiser rolls ($6.99 per person.)
Shirlee Bloom's menu offers
more traditional staples like
sliced brisket ($5.99 per half
pound), baked salmon patties
($3.49 each) and potato pan-
cakes ($1.19 each). Full din-
ners of whitefish almondine
($10.50) and a half-baked chick-
en ($9.50) are complemented
with a garden salad, grilled veg-
etable, challah and a choice of
potatoes, farfel, kugel or rice
pilaf.
Deli ($7.95 per person), dairy
($8.95 per person), salad ($8.95
per person) and chicken ($5.99
per person) trays are an option
for parties of 10 or more.
So tan safely, drink moder-
ately and smile freely — the
tough part is taken care of. E

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