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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-12-24

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BRING IN 1994 AT

late, creme brulee, warm cook-
ie assortment, granola, yogurt
and berry trifle, and halvah.
Also a hit were tasty full-
course kosher meals provided
by Paul Kohn of Quality Kosher
Catering.
Plenty of boxes for The Jew-
ish News frenzied chocolateers
to take home a lot of goodies as
mementos of a swell party.
MONEY LEFT over from
the recent Central High Class
Reunion of 1943 at Novi Hilton
was divided equally by the
grads and given to worthy
causes ... Over $3,000 went to
Michigan Cancer Foundation,
American Heart Association,
Child Abuse & Neglect Associ-
ation, Wellness Inc. for AIDS,
and Central High Scholarship
Fund.
"IRENE LIGHT Catering
Co." was at it again . . . with
cooking and setup by her and
daughters Terri Cassel and
Suzie Kamen . . . plus hosting,
arrangement assistance, finan-
cial backing and guest injuring
by hubby Nate Light.
The "Light Catering" group
started about 16 years ago in
Oak Park with 14 for Thanks-
giving dinner . . . and hasn't
missed a beat since . . . Their an-
nual turkey chew has been in
West Bloomfield the past nine
years.
Growth of family and friends
has upped the guest list to well
over 40 with holiday feasting
too large for their home and

Red Devil has
become a tradition.

now at the Light condo club-
house.
In Oak Park, the stalwart
fire department bravely put out
a "blaze" caused when a toast-
er-oven sparked . . . This year,
Suzie opened the oven door and
the handle fell off . . . Nate
showed me a new thing he and
Irene had gotten in England for
removing cocks and the point
went into my finger instead.
Terri, head of "Cheer Michi-
gan!," was as usual in the
Thanksgiving Day Parade, but
cooked up a storm with Suzie
and Mom and created those
clever names again by each buf-
fet dish . . . Irene made the
turkey, stuffed cabbage, etc.
. . . Nate wondered when some-
one would ask about that cork
remover so the devil in him
could come out.
Blair Kamen to the rescue
with a Band-Aid when Nate
stabbed me in the finger .. .
Barrister Ed Gold told folks to
see what happened as he took
over my case . . . Louise and
Karl Greenberg brought apple
pie . . . Jan Kessler and Frank
Blasofsky carried in pecan pie

and pumpkin pie ... Nate's
soon-to-be 25-year-old son,
David, introduced his girlfriend,
Tina Bantau . . . Daughter
Cinch did the same with her
boyfriend, Ken Jolin .. .
After 20 years, Marilyn Nel-
son told all she was no longer at
Executive Custom Shirtmakers
in Birmingham, formerly
owned by Ernest Drucker, now
living with wife Marietta in
Florida . . . She's on her own as
Custom Shirts by Marilyn, go-
ing to homes and offices.
Come to think of it, Nate nev-
er did say he was sorry for the
accident of piercing my finger
... or was it really an accident?
AMONG THE traditional
loss-leader buffets and $3.95
prime rib come-ons are still
places in Las Vegas like Piero's
Italian Cuisine, owned by Fred
Glusman.
Not only is this a five-star
restaurant because of its excel-
lent food, but Piero's boasts one
of the finest waitpersons we
have encountered.
Miguel Osuna, Argentina-
born, began as a busboy at Chez
Paree in Chicago and came to
Vegas in 1962 as a waiter at
Piero's.
He is so good that people
don't mind waiting for main en-
trees . . . Miguel makes certain
customers are not ignored and
is ever-present to satisfy all
their wishes or needs plus mak-
ing necessary suggestions .. .
We wanted somethng to dip our
bread in during this time and,
no hesitation, Miguel brought
the perfect thing . . . virgin olive
oil with finely-chopped garlic
cloves.
Dining amid the soft lights,
mirrors, dark mahogany walls,
red leather booths is conducive
for a very leisurely epicurean
experience ... To thoroughly en-
joy fine Italian gourmet cuisine,
relaxed dining is important and
also gives the chefs ample time
in assuring a proper meal.
The elegant food selections
came on a rolling brass cart
. . . Miguel's presentation was
beautiful and the preparations
were savory delights.
The pleasant graciousness of
this gentleman made people
like Audrey Pearl and hubby Cy
Feldman even further believers
in the saying that food is only
as good as the way it is pre-
sented.
For gourmet Chinese food, it
is difficult to beat Chin's in the
Fashion Center on Las Vegas
Boulevard . . . . even when the
lights go out . . . This happened
while we were dining there and
until they came back on, eating
was by auxiliary lighting .. .
Luckily, the lights didn't go out
on the Strip . . . Can't imagine
Las Vegas looking like anything
but daylight even for seconds of
the daily 24 hours. El



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