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The Detroit Jewish News, 2011-08-11

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arts & entertainment >> food

"Stone cooking is gaining
a lot of raves"

Honey live is happy to introduce...
the new dining sensation
of "steak on a stone"
Steak and Seafood served hot on your table,
healthy flavorful and delicious!!

- Danny Raskin

All entree's are served with soup or salad, potato,
vegetable and your choice of 2 dipping sauces 6 different
dinner entree's to choose from

GEORGE'S

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33080 Northwestern Highway
West Bloomfield, MI

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10 oz Baseball Cut Choice Angus
10 oz Choice Sirloin Strip
12 9z Boneless Pork Loin Chop
6 J bo Gulf Shrimp
7 S
allops

Phone: 248-539-8300

off any Stone
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Hours: Mon-Fri 10-
Sat & Sun 9-9
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bill when paying with
CASH ONLY

1 coupon per table
Coupon must be presented
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HOURS: TUES-THURS 4-9PM
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August 11 • 2011

On The
Menu

Get healthy
with olive oil.

S

ummer is about light food,
healthy food, good food.
These all can be had with
fresh produce, wonderful whole grains,
lean meats and — to make
it all even better — lots of
olive oil. About olive oil: It's
good fat, really. With anti-
oxidant properties, it's an
essential ingredient of the
Mediterranean diet — as
a lubricant, flavoring and
garnish.
There are many stringent
standards when it comes
to olive oil, and the best are
graded extra-virgin (with-
out the use of chemicals or
extreme heat to remove the
oil from the fruit). Made by
crushing and pressing olives (pits and
all), extra-virgin drips little by little
from a first pressing.
The very best have very low acidity,

HERBED LAMB CHOPS
1 /4 cup fresh lemon juice
1 h tsp. fresh minced garlic, or
more to taste
1/2 tsp. dried oregano
1 Tbsp. fresh minced sage
1 h tsp. dried rosemary
1 /4 cup olive oil
6 1h-inch-thick shoulder lamb
chops (about 2 lbs.)
kosher salt and pepper to taste
lemon wedges for garnish
sage leaves for garnish
Stir together lemon juice, garlic,
oregano, minced sage, rosemary and
2 Tbsp. of the olive oil in a shallow
baking dish. Add lamb chops, turn-
ing to coat. Cover with plastic wrap
and marinate 3 hours to overnight.
Remove lamb from marinade (dis-
card the marinade), and season with
salt and pepper. Heat the remain-
ing 2 Tbsp. of olive oil in a large
nonstick skillet over high heat until
very hot. Add the lamb chops and
saute for 3 minutes on each side for
medium-rare, or more to your taste.
Alternately, you may grill the chops
over medium-high heat. Serve gar-
nished with lemon wedges and whole
sage leaves. Makes 6 servings.

some as low as .2 percent (the acid-
ity is printed right on the label of the
bottle). The higher the acidity, the
more acid (up to about 3 percent) will
be present in the oil. The
least quality oils are those
marked "light" — they're
practically flavorless and
colorless (yet have the same
amount of fat as any other
oil).
This meal is healthy all
around with a whole- wheat
vegetarian couscous as a
main course or side dish.
Lamb chops are delicious
and luxurious as an entree
if you prefer.
A quick salad with olive
oil and red-wine vinegar is
an easy starter. Just some lovely fresh
fruit cut and sprinkled with fresh mint
and drizzled with olive oil — yes,
again — is a perfect ending.

WHOLE WHEAT
COUSCOUS WITH
GRILLED VEGETABLES
AND PINENUTS
1 small zucchini, halved length-
wise
1 small yellow squash, halved
lengthwise
1 /2 lb. fresh asparagus, tough
ends trimmed
1 small red bell pepper, quar-
tered
2 Tbsp. extra-virgin olive oil
2 cups water
Ph cups uncooked whole-wheat
couscous
1 tsp. hot pepper sauce
salt and pepper to taste
1/2 tsp. ground cumin
1 /4 tsp. ground cinnamon
1 /4 cup fresh lemon juice
Ph cups drained, cooked gar-
banzo beans
1 /4 cup sliced pine nuts, lightly
toasted

Heat grill to medium-high. Brush
vegetables with oil. Grill the vegeta-
bles until lightly charred. Remove to
a cutting board and slice into small
pieces. Set aside.

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