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The Detroit Jewish News, 2014-02-20

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Oakland County

Elegant estate

k)t '\N-

je welry and beautiful

pieces can be yours

for less than you

would imagine

Quality Kosher Catering's dessert display at JARC's 33rd Annual Fall

Kravings from page 14

35700 Woodward Ave. • Between 1+ Mile & Lincoln • Birmingham




My friend and I shared a luncheon
plate with four choices. We had Israeli
salad, composed of diced tomato, celery,
green pepper and onion; cucumber-car-
rot-radish salad; tuna salad made with
red bell pepper; and egg salad mixed
with onion and celery. Everything
tasted fresh and delicious. We rounded
out our meal with steaming Hungarian
dumpling soup, which rotates with
mushroom barley, chicken noodle and
butternut squash. We bumped up the
broth's flavor with additional requested
paprika, and all was well.
Names attached to Kravings include
Michael Cusumano, executive chef,
and Larry Holloway, chef manager.
They're veterans of Quality Kosher.
Some guests may remember staff-
ers Ella, Mira and Mendel from the
former carryout.
Engaged to Shoshana Ungar, Kohn
had the idea for Kravings to remain





6393 Orchard Lake Road • West Bloomfield • In Orchard Mall


February 20 • 2014

open until 1 a.m. twice a week to
accommodate Orthodox young people.
"They need a place to go after a date
— somewhere kosher to eat that's open
late nights," he said. "But we hope peo-
ple of any age will come to socialize
Aish Detroit founder Rabbi Alon
Tolwin, already a regular, sees the
opportunity of Kravings for our com-
"It is exciting to have this restaurant
— upscale and with a nice ambiance,"
he said. "I hope the non-Orthodox rab-
bis and others will support a kosher
restaurant, too."



25270 Greenfield
Oak Park, MI 48237
(248) 967-1161
$$112 out of $$$$$

New Scholarships To Be
Given By Local B'nai B'rith


'nai B'rith Great Lakes
Region is launching
its College Scholarship
Program for high school students
entering college in the fall of 2014.
Three scholarships of $2,500 each
will be given for the 2014-15 aca-
demic year. Two lesser scholarships
also will be given.
The goal is to inspire the schol-
arship recipients to pay the gift
forward after graduation by serving
as leaders in their communities
and as ambassadors for the B'nai
B'rith Great Lake Region's College
Scholarship program.
Candidates will be chosen
based on financial need, academic
achievement, community service,
extracurricular activities and other
attributes. To be eligible, candi-
dates must live in Michigan and
submit an application by March
15 with their most current high
school transcript, ACT and/or SAT
transcript and the first two pages of
their parents'/guardians' 2013 fed-
eral income tax Form 1040 (2012 if

2013 not yet filed).
The top five candidates must
be available to attend a personal
interview with the local B'nai B'rith
College Scholarship Selection
Committee at the beginning of
April. Successful candidates are
expected to attend the B'nai B'rith
Great Lakes Region's annual Golf
Classic Dinner Banquet at Tam-
0-Shanter Country Club in West
Bloomfield on Monday, June 2,
when they will be honored.
Find applications online at www.
bnaibrith.org/scholarship or call
(248) 646-3100. Completed appli-
cations should be mailed to B'nai
B'rith Great Lakes Region, Attention:
College Scholarship Selection
Committee, 6735 Telegraph Road,
Suite 360, Bloomfield Hills, MI
Individuals or businesses inter-
ested in partnering with the College
Scholarship Program to endow a
special scholarship or to make a
contribution may call (248) 646-

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