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November 24, 1995 - Image 150

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Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-11-24

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POOL TABLES — ANTIQUE, MODERN, SLATE TOPS.
OVER 100 MODELS TO CHOOSE FROM STARTING AT $799

THE LIMITED

• 7 Foot
• 1 Piece Slate
• Formica Cabinet
• Chrome Levelers

CONNELLY
FURNITURE STYLE

Various Styles

• Wood Tables
• Inc. Equipment
• Leather Pockets
• Ph" Framed Slate

Reg. $1500

1 095

Only 6

2-PIECE
CUE STICKS

20% to 50% OFF

$1095-$2500

ELECTRONIC
DART
BOARDS

SOLID OAK
SPECTATOR CHAIRS

Reg. $269.95

From

CHAMPIONSHIP
TABLE

OVER 1/2 OFF

Pro Challenger
$399.95

$159

HYDRALUMINA
7 FT. AIR HOCKEY

Air \

NEW FOR 1995

Our finest, fastest air-play action!
This beauty has solid arcade quality
features. Deco-Glide playing swim
and a heavy duty motor.

Reg. $799
SALE

DOME STICK
HOCKEY

This pre-assembled Moglraction arcade
favorite Ims cm electronic 2-player scree-
ning system, tonsil fiberglass rods, high
impact plastic players and a removabh
dome.

Reg $999
SALE

$469 95

15 MILE u c E1

FThl

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14 MILE

34711 Dequindre • South of 15 Mile • Troy

012

810-585-3535

The newest status symbol in
celebrity circles is a personal chef.
Isabella Rossellini, author Judith
Krantz, Michael Jackson, and
Marlo Thomas and Phil Donahue
are among the famous types who
have joined the ranks of Oprah
Winfrey and hired someone else
to do the cooking.

COFFEE
SCIENCE

Wait a few seconds before adding
milk or cream to that hot cup of
joe. As two Cornell University
students discovered in 1958, cof-
fee cools more quickly if you wait
to add the cream. The laws of
thermodynamics and the princi-
ples of heat transfer mean that
if you pour creamer into coffee
immediately after it's poured, it
will take longer to cool to a tem-
perature comfortable enough to
drink.

KLEAN
KITCHEN

Avoid foodborne bacteria and the
food poisoning it can cause by fol-
lowing these food safety tips from
Lysol:
Wash hands before and after
handling and serving food.
Make sure surfaces, utensils
and cooking equipment used for
food preparation are completely
clean.
Thaw frozen food by defrosting
it in the refrigerator, not on the
kitchen counter. Bacteria multi-
ply quickly at room temperature.
Refrigerate or freeze leftovers
promptly. Store leftovers in small,
shallow containers. (CNS)

NO MORE
TEARS

Chill onions thoroughly before
peeling and chopping. That way,
you'll shed fewer tears.

SKI BALL

Hours: Mon., Thurs, & Fri. 10-8, Tue., Wed, & Sat. 10-6; Closed Sunday

STATUS
CHEFS

SUGAR
SLEUTH

How can you determine the sug-
ar content of your favorite pack-
aged foods?
Read the label. If sugar, su-
crose, glucose, maltose, dextrose,
lactose, fructose or syrup is list-
ed as the first ingredient, it's a
high-sugar product.

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