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June 07, 1996 - Image 126

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1996-06-07

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ONLY VOLVO OFFERS 2 FRONT AIR
BAGS AND 2 SIDE IMPACT AIR BAGS
STANDARD ON EVERY NEW CAR.

The Performance-Driven 850 Sedan.

319<

With 10 refundable
security deposits

EILEEN GOLTZ SPECIAL TO THE JEWISH NEWS

The Luxurious 960 Sedan

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Lease Per Month

Warm Weather
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4.9% Financing
for 48 months

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Drive Safely

Get Free Tickets to the US Open at Oakland Hills!

• uburban

643-8500

1821 Maplelawn
TROY MOTOR MALL

THE VOLVO STORE

' 36 mo. closed end lease w/approved credit thru VCR. Payment excludes tax, first payment, & plates. 10 refundable
sec. deposits totaling S4,500. Acq. fee due at signing. 12,000 miles per year w/ 15c excess charge. Lesee has option to
purchase at lease end for a predetermined price. Total payments equal $12,707.28, MSRP $28,580. Trade equity or cash
down will lower payment accordingly. To get total multiply payment x term. Sale expires 6/12/96.

ASK FOR ILENE ADLER! Assistant Manager

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1996 COROLLA DX

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•Auto Trans.
• Security System
• Air Condition
• Wood Dash
• Cass. w/CD Changer • Gold Package

SALE HOURS

SERVICE HOURS

Mon. & Thurs., 9-9
Mon. 7 am•8pm
Tue., Wed., & Fri. 9-6 Tues.-Fri. 7 am-6 pm
Saturday 10-3
Sat. 8 am-1 pm

• Dual Air Bags
• Pwr. Locks
• Pwr. Windows

1996 CAMRY

NEW
LIMITED
EDITION
LAND-
CRUISER
AVAILABLE
NOW!

PER MO.
24 MO.
LEASE

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• CD Changer
• Power Locks
•Security System

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PERMO.
24 MO.
LEASE

•Sunroof
•Air Cond.
•Gold Package

• Power Windows
• Woodgrain Dash
• Alloy Wheels

1921 MAPLELAWN
TROY MOTOR MALL

'24 mo. closed end lease wiapproved credit. SO down, plus
tax, title, acq. fee, dest., refundable sec. deposit rounded to
next 525 increment. Lesee charge. Lesee has option to pur-
chase at pre-determined price at lease inception. To get
total multiply payment x term. Subject to presale. Prior sale
excluded. Sale expires 6130 1 96.

W

e are all beginning to
yearn for the great out-
doors. Some will pack
away the thermal un-
derwear and skis and dust off the
bikes, baseballs and golf clubs.
Others will run or swim or even
mulch. However, for those of us
totally allergic to exercise in any
form, the preferred way to enjoy
the great spring weather is to pic-
nic.
There are, of course, several
schools of thought when it comes
to picnic styles. There's the spur-
of-the-moment picnicker. These
individuals decide, at the last mo-
ment, to dine al fresco. With a fi-
nite amount of time they usually
slap together a few peanut but-
ter and jelly sandwiches and
head out to the nearest park
bench. Not much originality but
it sure beats stuffing a candy bar
lunch or dinner in your face while
trying to make a left hand turn
on the way to pick up your next
car pool.
Next on the list is the family
and friends picnicker. These pic-
nics usually occur on the weekend
and typically consist of making
easy meals, picking out a spot that
has shade, picnic
benches, great
park land as
well as rest
rooms and
playgrounds for
the kids. The kids
love it when they
get to use their fingers and adults,
if you can get them to admit it, do,
too. Either way this tends to be
the messiest of picnics.
Finally, there's the romantic
picnicker. The romantic will find
just the right spot, purchase or
prepare unusual and tempting
dishes, create a perfect setting
with either candles, wine, music
or all of the above and make sure
that there are no children (their
own or anyone else's) anywhere
in sight.
Regardless, the picnic revolves
around food. By it's very nature

even the most romantic of picnics
tends toward the casual. The key
to a great picnic meal is to keep,
the entree simple and comple-
ment it with a variety of great
side dishes. By keeping the menu
simple and adding fresh fruit like
strawberries, grapes and
peaches, and a nice loaf
of bread you can
have maximum
effect with
minimum of
effort. The fol-
lowing recipes
are a great exam-
ple of how keeping
kosher doesn't have to be re-
strictive in any way.

,---/

FRENCH PASTA SALAD

1 1/2 to 2 pounds cooked Rotinni
pasta, rinsed and drained
1/2 cup smoked white fish
1/2 cup cubed muenster cheese
112 to 2/3 cup sliced green olives
with pimentos or black olives
113 cup sliced roasted red
peppers
114 cup sliced green onions
3 tablespoons capers (optional)
dressing:
1 cup mayonnaise
112 cup Dijon mustard
1 tablespoons dried tarragon

Combine the dressing ingredi-
ents in a bowl. Mix well and set
aside. In a large bowl combine all
the salad ingredients and mix
well. Spoon the dressing mixture
over the salad and combine. Cov-
er and refrigerate for several
hours. Serves 6 to 8. This can be
doubled or tripled.

C

GRILLED SALMON WITH
CORN SALSA

2 8-ounce salmon filets
fresh cracked pepper
1 cup corn (roasted or fresh
cooked is best but canned is ok)
2 diced jalipino peppers, diced
1/2 cucumber, peeled, seeded and
diced
zest of 1 lime
zest of 1 lemon
114 cup fresh cilantro, chopped
juice of 1 lemon
dash of balsamic vinegar or
white wine vinegar*
dash of olive oil

FOOD page 128

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