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November 19, 1993 - Image 80

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-11-19

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"A Leader of the State's Dining Scene"

Detroit Monthly

Morel's

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Reservations (313) 642-1094

30100 Telegraph Rd.

Bingham Farms

FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION_CALL OUR INFO LINE 737-4URC

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For A Treat ... instead of a treatment
For A Prize ... instead of a surprise

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29210 Orchard Lake Road Between 12 & 13 Mile
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Open 7 Days ... Mon. -Thurs. 11 a.m.-10 pm.,
Fri. & Sat 11 a.m.-11 p.m., Sunday 12 noon-9 pm.

Serving ... Fresh Whitefish, Salmon, Pasta, Scallops, Mussels, Shrimp, Crabs,
Chicken Marsala, Veal Ernesto, New York Strip and Much More In A Vaned Menu

Your Host: Ernie Malaga

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GRAND THANKSGIVING DAY BUFFET

ONE OF THE LARGEST IN THE MIDWEST!!

FEATURE STATION

• ROTISSERIE-COOLED TURKEY
• VIRGINIA-SMOKED HAM
• MASHED POTATOES & GRAVY
• GARLIC MASHED POTATOES
• WHIPPED SWEET POTATOES
/W SUN-DRIED TRAVERSE CITY CHERRIES
• CORNBREAD STUFFING W/MICHIGAN
APPLES & TOASTED PINENUTS
• BRUSSELS SPROUTS W/LEMON DILL BUTTER
• HONEY-GLAZED BABY CARROTS

Adults $13.95

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SALAD STATION

• BASIL FETTUCCINE W/ARTICHOKES,
SUN-DRIED TOMATOES & FETA CHEESE
• PESTO CHICKEN & GRANNY SMITH
APPLE SALAD
• OLD-FASHIONED POTATO SALAD
• MARINATED TOMATO & BUFFALO
MOZZARELLA SALAD
• MEDITERRANEAN CALAMARI SALAD
• WOODEN HORSE COLESLAW
•TWO SPECIALTY PATES
• FRESH CUT FRUIT DISPLAY

Children 12 & Under &7.95

Rochester Road

Just South of Square Lake Rd. • Troy

(next to Sylvan Glen Golf Course)

12 noon to 8 p.m.

BREAD STATION

• WOODEN HORSE HOUSE BREAD
• PUMPKIN BREAD
• CRANBERRY BREAD

A Carving Lesson
From An Expert

CARLA JEAN SCHWARTZ L OCAL COL UMNIS T

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eisa Corbin's kinder-
garten class at Doher-
ty Elementray School
in West Bloomfield is
involved in an exciting
Thanksgiving unit. In addi-
tion to the stories about
pilgrims and the colorful
paper-plate turkeys, the
students learned how to
carve a turkey from an ex-
pert — Papa Loewenstein,
the president of the 99-year-
old Loewenstein Poultry and
Game Co. in Detroit. Mar-
shall Loewenstein, grand-
father of Andrea (A.J.)
Roberts, a kindergarten
student, came to class to
demonstrate.
"He showed us how to
carve the turkey," said

Darrin Achtman.

"It was a big knife. A but-
cher knife," added Seth
Hofmann.
"Fantastic," said Laura
Garsten. Ryan Landau
agreed.
A.J. knew just what to do
with the turkey after her

grandfather carved it. "You
can eat it."
All the students then
Wrote Papa Loewenstein a
big thank-you letter.

NCRW WOMEN

At a recent Northwest Child
Rescue Women paid-up
membership dinner and
fashion show, NCRW mem-
ber Carole Kaftan pre-
sented Andrea Kaplan
and Leanie Gunsberg of
the Jewish Community
Center with a check for
$10,000. The money sup-
ports programs for Jewish
people in the community
with special needs. Many of
the programs, such as fitness
nights, dances, holiday
dinners and coffee meetings,
are held at the JCC.
Andrea Kaplan, a program
member, thanked the group
for their continued support.
"I met good friends here in-
cluding my boyfriend. I en-
joy all the groups but espe-
cially 'Face to Face' where

DESSERT STATION

• COOKIE MOUNTAIN
• ASSORTED MINIATURE PASTRIES
• BROWNIES
• APPLE PIE
• PUMPKIN PIE
• HOT CIDER & DONUTS

Kids Under 5 FREE

Reservations:

879.1555

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Andrea Kaplan, Carole Kaftan.

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