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The Detroit Jewish News, 2011-12-22

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>> food

at 2:00 pm

el961

- Ferndale Si

Private Party Room
available for up to

100 people, perfect
for birthdays, memorial
lunches, anniversaries
and showers.

Open late weekdays until 2 A.M.
and weekends until 3:30 a.m.
Catering

22812 Woodward Avenue in Ferndale
(northeast corner of 9 Mile Rd.)

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248-548-5005

Wi-Fi • Get a Como's app
www.ComosFerndale.com

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(-4 Japanese Restaurant & Bar

WISHING OUR
CUSTOMERS
A HAPPY CHANUKAH!

WEST BLOOMFIELD
7365 Orchard Lake Rd

(Northwestern & Orchard Lake Rd.)

(248) 737-8282
www.yotsuba-restaurant.com

Open 7 days a week • dine-in, carry out, catering.

Italian Dishes
6- Pastas
Fresh Seafood
Fresh-Cut Steak
Salad 6- Flat Pizza
and nzore!

Open 7 days a week for lunch and dinner, Sat. and Sun, dinner only.

$20 OFF

$10 OFF

Minimum purchase $60.00

Minimum purchase $30.00

1 coupon per table
Excludes holidays
With coupon exp 1/15/12

1 coupon per table
Excludes holidays
With coupon exp 1/15/12

4 Dinner Entrees

2 Dinner Entrees

5600 Crooks Rd. (North of Long Lake Rd.) Troy, MI • 248-813-0700
www.loccino.com
Outdoor Patio Dining

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December 22 • 2011

iN

Elegant, quick and easy recipes
for New Year's Eve.

N

ew Year's Eve parties gen-
erally begin late. With the
main attraction at midnight,
most eats often are served after
what's considered the usual dinner
hour. In fact, many guests
will have eaten something
in the early evening to
quell pangs of hunger but
will be ready to ingest
— and imbibe — again
when a party is called for
10 p.m.
On the menu is ideal
party fare (not especially
heavy or difficult to pre-
pare or eat). I call it fork
food: One utensil is all
that's needed (especially
when some may not have
enough sit-down room).
All of the offerings can be made
ahead of time and simply tossed or
heated just before serving.
Many are just as delicious served
at room temperature for utmost
effortlessness.

Start with appetizers. They need
not be complicated. It's all about not
a lot of ingredients and minimal
preparation. I like to fill in my choic-
es with nibbles — finger foods I
don't have to fuss over and
simply display in my most
beautiful serveware.
Dinner is uncomplicat-
ed. A simple pasta, a quick
fish dish and a flavorful
vegetable. That, with deli-
cious whole grain bread, is
all that's needed.
End the meal with
everyone's favorite: choco-
late. It's dense and creamy.
Because it's rich, I like to
serve mousse in liqueur
or shot glasses. Just a few
lush spoonfuls are plenty.
Pop the cork to your favorite bub-
bly, turn down the lights and gather
with your best and closest for a
memorable — yet, not exhausting
— evening as 2011 becomes 2012.
Happy New Year!

All recipes © Annabel Cohen 2011; annabelonthemenu@gmail.com .

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