Important Product Safety Recalls issued last week

As part of my CERT experience I subscribe to “The Emergency Email & Wireless Network.” They send out weekly safety bulletins and this morning’s had a number of food product recalls. Some of you reading this may have some of these products. If you are interested in details click on the links they have provided.

ICYMI…

Recalls have been issued as follows:

RECALL: Chicken Products


Possible Foreign Matter Contamination

RECALL: Frozen Ready-To-Eat Beef Products


Products may be contaminated with extraneous materials, specifically rubber with plastic

RECALL: Yogurt Bars


Bars may be contaminated with Escherichia coli O157:H7 bacteria (E. Coli O157:H7).

RECALL: Assorted Jerky Products


Consumers who have purchased these products are urged not to consume them. These products should be thrown away or returned to the place of purchase.

RECALL: Fish Products


These products may be adulterated with residues of public health concern, specifically Malachite Green and Leucomalachite Green

RECALL: Boneless Beef Products


Products may be contaminated with E. coli O103

Dennis

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Do you find yourself wondering what to cook night after night?

I learned of a new site today that may be a big help to anyone, male of female, who is trying to figure out “What’s for dinner tonight?”  Here is the opening paragraph from the site:

Do you find yourself wondering what to cook night after night? Is take-out food a part of your weekly routine despite good intentions to eat more healthfully and spend less money? Are you running to the store just to pick up one or two items? Do you find it too time consuming to sift through store circular ads in order to save money? Do you understand the importance of family dinners, but find making them happen every night impossible?
Let Grocery Dash help by providing you with a way to save money, save time, and eat well. It’s easy when you have a weekly menu based on the circular advertisements of your local Publix, Stop & Shop, Safeway, Giant, Kroger, Wegman’s or Wal Mart grocery store, simple corresponding recipes, and an aisle-by-aisle printable grocery list.  All you have to do is cook.

To find out more about this go to:  Grocery Dash

If you try this, please come back to this article and post your findings.  Was it helpful, was it a waste of time etc.

 

(If that link doesn’t work, try this:  http://www.grocerydash.com/)

Enjoy!

German Food Night

In early February we made a trip to Jasper In to the Schnitzelbank Rest to enjoy authentic German food!  We had a really good time and some really good food.  We met Jim and Julie Ellis; Scott and Trish Peters; and Ike and Glenda Worthington. 
 
Good food + Good Company = Good time!
 
We’re planning on doing it again some time.  Hopefully soon since Scott is moving to China in May
!GlendaJim and Julie @ SchitzelbankScott and Trish at Sclnitzelbank
 
As you can tell, Glenda wasn’t real sure about some of the stuff on her plate!