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September 12, 2003 - Image 79

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-09-12

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5avoir Fare Catering

Rosh Hashanah fy Yom Kippur 200.,


Golden Rick Chicken E:votb with Carrots, Parsnips and Fresh Dill
Light as Air Matzo halls

1.00 each

Traditional Gefilte Pish (all whitefish)

+.50 each

Chopped Chicken Liver

8 -9 5/16.

Smoked Salmon "Rugelack"


Wild Mushroom Filled L Jougeres
Other Hors d'oeuvres available. Please ask,/

I I.95/dozen

5ALA95 priced per serving

Our ramous Caesar Salad with homemade. Croutons


itici Greens with Artichoke hearts, Hearts of rain,

Grape Tomatoes and Vinaigrette Dressing


15a6,9 Anigula„ Roasted Ject s, Goat Cheese

and Walnuts with ,Sherr9 Vinaigrette Dressing



Gremolata Roasted Chickens (We will 6e happy to 9uarter them
Oven Roasted boneless Turkey hreast
Roasted Salmon with j1ack Olive Tapenacle

I 1.95 each

Poached Salmon Fillets with Dill Mustard Sauce


White Miso Marinated Alaskan halibut Filet

Grill e d baby Lamb Chops with Fig-Rosema 9

braised F:yeef 5riskct with


and Onions

Whole beef
ef Tenderloin with Red Wine Sauce

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at the suggestion of a Cranbrook pro-
fessor familiar with her work.
"I love the holiday because of the
focus on plants," says the artist, a
member of a Conservative congrega-
tion in Key West.
Goldman, married to orthopedic sur-
geon Sidney Goldman for 14 years, has
done other work related to plants.
Before she met her husband, the artist
developed Green Goods, a firm that did
botanical designing by advising clients
on the proper plants for environmental
conditions. One project was the Jewish
Federation Apartments in Oak Park.
After selling her operations to a
business in Ann Arbor, Goldman
stayed on for a year as a consultant.
"My artwork has been inspired by
botanical drawings and the informa-
tional pages that go with them,"
Goldman says. "I've also been fascinat-
ed by aerial views of gardens."
Goldman only titles her reliefs when
there is a fixed point of inspiration.
She has been working on the series
"Missing Malabar, Still Counting" in
reference to earlier pieces.
"The series of constructions
`Malabar Almond, Counting' was cre-
ated in the same spirit and with simi-
lar intent, that a now magnificent
Malabar almond tree was planted as a
memorial for a World War I soldier,
Howard Sands," she explains.
"His death marked his young friends'
first experience of the fragile, transitory
nature of life, and the tree they planted

kin rotatoes Roasted with herbs, Garlic and Olive Oil



Noodle Kugel with r)6.4 Apricots;: Cranberries an fsluebecries
Toasted Israeli COus-Coos with Fort.abello Mushrooms

I 1.35/16.

haricots Vert with Roasted Shallots

`Missing Malabar, Still Counting,"
oil enamel on wood.

Garlic Roasted Asparagus

Oven Moasted Root Vegetables


individual Spinach Souffles

3.00 each

"For Rachel and the Astronauts,"
oil enamel on wood.


"Green for David,''
oil enamel, collage on wood.

Sinoker4Salmon bucloNheat Crepe Torte
Vus, , great change of pace from usual bagels and x!!)
lo (Serves 12)

Albacore Tuna Salad with Fresh Dill and Lemon Ma y onnaise

in his memory, now some 80 years later,
serves as a vital expression of their to
"Count the leaves in my pieces - as a
reference to our mortality and count
the leaves as an affirmation of life."
Before Goldman moved into studio
space in Pontiac, she worked at
Pewabic Pottery in Detroit, where she
completed ceramic baskets. She has
been a member of the Board of
Trustees of the Pewabic Society since
1992, serving as secretary in 1993 and
vice president in 1994 and 1995.
"I want to explore actual, non-illu-
sionistic spatial relationships of fore-
ground, mid-ground and background,"
Goldman says. "The work can be very
painstaking, and I have several pieces
in the works at one time." ❑

Deborah Goldman will show and
sell her painted constructions 5-9
p.m. Thursday, Sept. 18, and 1-5
p.m. Friday, Saturday and
Sunday, Sept. 19-21, in her stu-
dio/gallery on the third floor of
One Water Street, Pontiac. She
also shows her work by appoint-
ment. (248) 333-0111.



Main or horseradish Mashed Yukon Gold rotatoes

Praline rrenck Toast bake (Frepared in your disk)

Miniature Schnecken and Kugelach

+2.00 each 01





Espresso Cake - 9 inch (Serves

Rustic Plum Tart

5‘.00 each

20.00 each

jour Cream Streusel Coffee Cake

Mixed berry Country Cake (some assembIR reouired)

18.00 each
30.00 each


Our Legendary bided Onion bread

Dakota's Challah


••8.95 each
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We Will E). Open For. Pickup Friday, September 26 10am-5pm

Please race Your Yom Kippur Orders 6,9 Tuesday, September 50
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Dairy Trays for Yom Kippur
Maya's Veggie Chopped Liver

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