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Professional Chef Resources, Top Culinary Schools, Jobs, Recipes

Professional Chef Resources, Top Culinary Schools, Jobs, Recipes

Italian Food Forever - Italian Recipes! Whole Foods Market announces recall for marinades in six Mid-Atlantic states and Washington, D.C. because of undeclared allergens Recall -- Firm Press Release FDA posts press releases and other notices of recalls and market withdrawals from the firms involved as a service to consumers, the media, and other interested parties. FDA does not endorse either the product or the company. Whole Foods Market Announces Recall For Marinades in Six Mid-Atlantic States and Washington, D.C. Because of Undeclared Allergens Contact:Consumer:Whole Foods Market 301-683-0060 Media:Defausha HamptonDefausha@organicworkspr.comKristin GrossKristin.gross@wholefoods.com FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE - August 12, 2011 - Whole Foods Market announces that it is recalling two beer-flavored marinades sold in Kentucky, Maryland, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Virginia, Princeton and Marlton, New Jersey and Washington, D.C. because of undeclared wheat and soy allergens on the label. No allergic reactions have been reported.

Make Your Own Mixes Amazing Chocolate Gelato Recipe 1. Beat the egg yolks with a whisk. Gradually add 135 g sugar. 2. In saucepan, bring milk to a boil, remove from heat. When slightly cooled, very slowly add to egg yolk mixture, stirring constantly and quickly, being careful not to curdle the eggs. 3. Melt chocolate in a double boiler and stir until smooth and silky. Author's Notes: I read this recipe in the recent issue of Esquire magazine and I made it last night. Culinary.net - America's favorite recipes, and food articles Tapenade, Turkey Products Recalled, STOP in the News | STOP Foodborne Illness Clostridium botulinum in Tapenade and Dried Tomato PasteSalmonella in Turkey ProductsE. coli in Walnuts (Canada) - ExpandedListeria Outbreak Likely Linked to CantaloupeSTOP in the News - Why Your Food Isn't Safe Clostridium botulinum in Tapenade and Dried Tomato Paste The FDA is warning consumers not to eat tapenade or spreadable dried tomato paste manufactured by the French food company La Ruche. French health authorities have reported an outbreak of botulism in France linked to the company’s products sold under the brand names “Les délices de Marie-Claire,” “Terre de Mistral” and Les Secrets d’Anaïs.” French authorities have ordered production halted at the company’s facility in France and have directed that all products sold under those brand names be recalled. Products of the brands noted above are considered a severe threat to public health and should not be eaten. At this time, the FDA has no indication that any of these products has been imported into the U.S. Back to Top

Forever foods: 9 cooking staples that can outlast you on Shine By Laura Moss, Mother Nature Network More from Guest Bloggers blog (Photo: jupiterimages)Most weeks, you make a big grocery list and head to the store, prepared to buy loads of fresh food to make your family's meals. We often don't give a thought to stuff sitting in the kitchen cupboard or we automatically throw out anything that's been in there longer than we can remember. But Janice Revell, co-founder of StillTasty.com, says "Look in your pantry and your cabinets and check whether the items really do need to go. You'll be shocked by what you really don't need to throw away." So before you throw out that years-old sugar or replace that bottle of vanilla that's been gathering dust, consult this list of "forever foods." 1. The challenge with sugar is to keep it from hardening into chunks. 2. Keep that vanilla flavor at its best by sealing the botttle after each use and storing it in a cool, dark place. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. More from Mother Nature Network:

Quiche Lorraine Recipes - Main Dish Pie Recipes - French Entree This recipe is so adaptable! You can change the type of cheese you use, according to what you have on hand. Leave out the bacon, or use ham or canadian bacon. Prep Time: 25 minutes Cook Time: 45 minutes Total Time: 1 hour, 10 minutes Yield: 6 servings Ingredients: 1-1/2 cups half and half4 eggs, beaten1/8 tsp. saltdash pepper2 cups shredded cheese (Swiss, Cheddar, Colby, Havarti, your choice!) Preparation: Preheat oven to 350 degrees F.

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