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Students Enjoy Food at Community High's Multi-Ethnic Feast, November 1983

Students Enjoy Food at Community High's Multi-Ethnic Feast, November 1983 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, November 25, 1983
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SCHOOL FEAST: Ann Arbor Community High School students Annice Siders, left, Signe Pereira and Todd Temple load their plates during the school's 10th annual Multi-Ethnic Feast on Wednesday. The program also featured performances by the Community jazz band and a troupe of belly dancers, and a poetry reading by senior Megan Eagle.

Milan Marich and Children David and Leslie make Serbian cookies, December 1963

Milan Marich and Children David and Leslie make Serbian cookies, December 1963 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, December 10, 1963
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Christmas for the Milan Marich family of Covington Dr. comes twice a year: on Dec. 25 and then again on Jan 7 when they have their "Serbian Christmas." Traditional Serbian cookies are a feature of the household, especially for David, being held by his father, and Leslie (right). The Mariches give cookies as Christmas gifts.

Louis Galan Family Eats Spanish Dish "Perdiz a la Mesonera", October 1963

Louis Galan Family Eats Spanish Dish "Perdiz a la Mesonera", October 1963 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, October 3, 1963
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Kitty Galan, 3 1/2, needs to translation when her mother says there is Perdiz a la Mesonera for supper. To her it means delicious. For the benefit of others, it is a Spanish dish prepared with rock cornish hens. Kitty's parents are the Louis Galans of Loch Alpine Dr. Mrs. Galan is a native of Spain.

Marion Avsharian Prepares Armenian Food, November 1963

Marion Avsharian Prepares Armenian Food, November 1963 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, November 19, 1963
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Sylvia Avsharian (right) and her father are a hungry but appreciative audience when Mrs. Michael Avsharian prepares an Armenian dinner. The chances are they will ward off starvation with a few slices of the traditional Armenian thin bread while Mrs. Avsharian cubes the leg of lamb to prepare Tass Kebab. The Avsharians, who live on Brooklyn Ave., are both from Armenia.

Dutch Cooking At Peter Bruinsmas' Home, November 1962

Dutch Cooking At Peter Bruinsmas' Home, November 1962 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, November 21, 1962
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A slice of Krentenbrood currant-raisin bread that Grandmother is slicing would taste yummy right about now if only Mom would let me have some, so little Peter Bruinsma seems to think. Peter's grandmother, (left) Mrs. Maartje van Os of the Netherlands is spending a year with her daughter (right) and son-in-law, the Peter Bruinsmas of Murfin Ave.