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taurant, which is planning to include a
sushi bar, is slated to go in.)
—Rabbi Jason Miller, founder/direc-
tor of Kosher Michigan

Forans and Cass Cafe
"For reubens, Forans Grand Trunk
Pub on Woodward (great for Michigan
micro-brews, too) and Cass Cafe.
Both are great choices Downtown"
—Linda Yellin, Owner, Feet on the
Street Tours

Russell Street Deli
"I truly believe that Russell Street is
the best deli in Detroit. Unfortunately,
as a veg, I can't vie for their corned
beef, but my friends and family
sure can! They'd say Russell Street
or Mudgies takes the cake!" —
Anna Kohn, director, Downtown
Synagogue

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"Best corned beef is Star Deli. Almost
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"Give me a Bread Basket Deli in Oak
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label) cooked fresh every three hours,
old and new pickles from Detroit's
Topor's Pickles, fresh-baked breads
and rolls from local bakeries (Superior
Bread Co.). What's not to love? (Unless
you head across town to Stage Deli
on Orchard Lake.)" — Norm Lyle,
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Thanksgiving, but is also a popular
food item for African Americans. So
not only have we merged two holidays
— Thanksgiving and Chanukah — but
the rabbi and I also have brought two
cultures together with a staple Jewish
dish for Chanukah and a staple soul
food dish"
The Thanksgivukkah Sweet Potato
Latke will be available at Southern Nosh
throughout November.
It is made by Chef Keith Hayes using

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Vivian Henoch is editor and writer of
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abbi Jason Miller, the founder
and director of Kosher
Michigan, knew that it
would be big news that the first day
of Chanukah was going to fall on
Thanksgiving this year. In an effort to
have a special food item dedicated to
what is being called Thanksgivukkah,
he contacted Patrick Coleman, owner
of Beans & Cornbread and Southern
Nosh, both in Southfield.
Miller's Kosher Michigan certifica-
tion agency certifies Coleman's
Southern Nosh Vegetarian Soul
as a kosher restaurant. Southern
Nosh offers casual dining centered
on plant-based, downhome cook-
ing — sort of a kosher vegetar-
ian menu fused with a soul food
menu, or what has become known
as "upscale Yiddish soul food"
Together, Miller and Coleman
came up with the idea of a
Thanksgivukkah Sweet Potato
Lake. The dish is gluten-free and is
served with a garnish and either house-
made applesauce or a vegan sour cream
with herb garlic and pepper seasoning.
"Hot sauce is optional" says Coleman.
"The potato pancake, or lake as we
call it, is a traditional Chanukah deli-
cacy" Miller says. "On Chanukah we eat
foods that are cooked in oil to remind
us of the miracle of oil that allowed the
menorah to burn for eight days instead
of just one in the Temple that stood in
Jerusalem"
Coleman adds, "The idea of using a
sweet potato for the Thanksgivukkah
lake is not only symbolic of

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rice flour instead of wheat flour so
that the gluten-free crowd can enjoy it,
too. The recipe is available at Southern
Nosh. ❑

The first week of each month,
the JN looks at what's new in
dining in Metro Detroit – and
we want your input. Next, we'd
like to know your favorite Italian
restaurant. Send a 100-word
review to jheadapohl@renmedia.
us. If we use your review in next
month's Out To Eat section, you'll
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