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The Detroit Jewish News, 2014-01-02

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Take these to
thy people.

thing special planned to keep the
menu interesting.

"The creativity in our kitchen
will be unprecedented:' he says.
"Every Friday after closing, our
kitchen crew will be able to submit
their creations for consideration.
Those that make the cut will find
their way onto our menu."
He got the idea from popular
cooking shows. "Guests can always
expect our classic offerings, and our
creative cooks will also be able to
provide that 'designer' experience
he adds.
Guests can find that experience
on the menu with his signature
dish, Faroe Island Salmon, made
with a molasses glaze, exotic mush-
rooms and served with fingerling
potatoes and cherry tomatoes on a
bed of arugula; or Seared Vernor's
Chicken Breast, with a big house
bourbon glaze and Michigan's
own Vernor's and coriander jus
lie. Salads include Michigan
Shrimp Slaw, made with broccoli,
Zingerman's Bridgewater cheese,
avocado, bacon, red onion and
toasted Michigan soybeans.
"Troy has a remarkable shop-
ping district, and I believe that LA
Square will offer residents a place
of retreat:' Djordjevic says. "The
Epicurean Group will be there to
host their food and beverage needs
through multiple concepts that we
are bringing to the complex"

A Sampling of Classes Offered



Jewish Mysticism and Kabbalah

But Is It Kosher?! A Discussion of
Kashrut in the 21st Century

Instructor: Ruth Bergman

Study central mystical texts that explain how
Kabbalah uncovers deep and esoteric meanings
of Judaism.

The Book of Genesis: Reading it
Again for the First Time

Instructor: Rabbi Joseph Klein

Analyze the complex system of Kashrut, its origin
and modern implications.

The Bible through Art

Instructor: Rabbi Ariana Silverman

A close reading and discussion of the
sophisticated and carefully crafted text
of the book of Genesis.

A look at different Biblical stories through the
lens of art to critically think about what we "see"
when we read the Tanakh.


The Many Faces of Elijah the Prophet

FedEd Book Group

Instructor: Rabbi liana Baden

(Monthly) Read and discuss books from a variety
of genres, fiction and non-fiction, American and
Israeli authors.

Jewish Musical Tradition in America

Instructor: Professor Howard Lupovitch

bubbles, which has the sweet flavor
of freshly picked grapes balanced
with the tartness of Meyer lemons.
Bartenura's Prosecco ($16-$22) is
a light, dry wine that has the flavors
and aromas of apples, lemon, pine-
apple and honey, with plenty of tiny
Sparkling wines are enjoyed best
with friends and family. So as you
get ready for you next social gather-
ing, don't forget to bring along a
bottle of sparkling wine—it's a little
liquid magic. As always, be safe and
drink in moderation.
These sparkling wines are avail-
able at Plum Market, Spitzer's
Judaica and One Stop Kosher

Instructors: Rabbi Joseph Krakoff and
Rabbi Aaron Starr

A nine-week look through Jewish musical history
including Jewish immigrants and their Yiddish
Roots; the jazz revolution; Jews on Broadway;
Motown; and Jews and rock n' roll.


Pirkei Avot (Ethics of the Fathers)

Instructor: Rabbi Michele Faudem

A lively study/discussion on the some of the most
profound quotes from Pirkei Avot, the "Bartlett's"
of Judaism.

The Teachings of the Talmud

Instructor: Rabbi Rod Glogower

Explore what the ancient to modern rabbinic
sources have to say about a wide range of
contemporary issues.

Instructors: Rabbi Stephen Belsky

Starting with the Passover encounter, through a
trail of evidence over 2,500 years, we will track
the ever-elusive and ever-changing prophet.


Parsha Plus

(Weekly Torah Portion Plus Haftorah)

Each week a different rabbi or educator will present
the weekly Torah portion from his or her own

Ripped from the Headlines:
What Would Hillel Do?

Instructor: Rabbi Eliezer Finkelman

Look at the top stories of the day, and using ancient
wisdom, decide right, wrong, and all the gray areas
in between.

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For additional information about
these wines, visit www.royalwines.
corn. Jay Buchsbaum is an interna-
tionally recognized expert on wines
from around the world.

For a complete brochure or information 248-205-2557 or jewishdetroit.org/feded

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for Jewish

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