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Snoop Dogg Cookbook

 

Okay, get all the “here’s one way to get your green” jokes out of the way. None of the here. Snoop Dogg has a new cookbook and it’s cannabis free. Guess Martha Stewart did have a good influence on him. The new book, “From Crook to Cook: Platinum Recipes from Tha Boss Dogg’s Kitchen,  will have 50 of Snoop’s favorites. He had my attention with chicken and waffles and mac ‘n cheese. Can you feel the comfort tonight?

Look for the release on Oct. 23rd. It’s on my list and I am checking it twice.

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“I was raised on fried chicken. My pacifier was a drumstick.” – Snoop Dogg

 

Is There Weed Killer In Your Cereal?

 

What is weed killer doing in cereal? Good question. What the Environmental Working calls unsafe amounts of the weed killer Glyphosate have been found in oat-based cereals like Cheerios, Lucky Charms and Quaker Old-Fashioned Oats. This is one ingredient you find in Roundup. You’ll want to take a look at the full study to understand what’s going on, but one lawsuit has already been filed and settled.

 

When you read a story like this what’s your reaction – do you head for the organic food aisle, start your own garden? I’d like to hear from you and how you handle food safety in your home @ann.kelly@coxinc.com. I appreciate your input and would love to tell the rest of Tampa Bay what you’re doing!

 

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“It’s difficult to think anything but pleasant thoughts while eating a homegrown tomato.” – Lewis Grizzard  

Cause An Effect At Chipolte Thursday

 

 

It’s the perfect time to think about stopping by Chipotle this Thursday. When you drop in at any Tampa Bay Chipotle location between 10:45 am to 10:00 pm and show the #CauseAnEffect image to the cashier, 50% of the proceeds will be donated to the Boys &amp; Girls Clubs of Tampa Bay. Just show the cashier this Ann Kelly’s Kitchen blog and you’ll dine in style and make a difference. We all have to eat, right? Take the whole family and teach them what it means to pay it forward with Cause An Effect this Thursday – let them know Ann Kelly sent you over.

 

But Do They Taste Like Chicken?

 

When we hear about someone eating insects and bugs we think that’s one of those instances when it’s not a good thing. But reverse that thinking, at least according to study from the University of Wisconsin. Their research says adding something like cricket meal might he helpful, not hurtful. They tried adding it to muffins and checked those results which weren’t too overwhelming. But interesting for sure. There are snacks made with crickets already like these energy bars from Chapul but intentionally adding bugs to our food does take some getting used to. Oh say like the story we had some time ago about cockroach milk? Sorry foodies, just not happening in this kitchen. But I know I shouldn’t knock something until I try it so I’ll be on the lookout this weekend. I’m going to check out the Orlando Farmer’s Market on Sunday and see what’s new and fresh. If you have a market I should visit, or just a great new restaurant that needs a little love from Ann Kelly’s Kitchen just let me know @ann.kelly@coxinc.com. Insect snacks optional. WORDS OF WISDOM FROM ANN KELLY’S KITCHEN If we were to wipe out insects alone on this planet, the rest of life and humanity with it would mostly disappear from the land. Within a few months. E. O. Wilson

A Longer List Of Recalls

 

 

It seems like I could update this list every day lately. But with school starting there are plenty of things you don’t want to send the kids off to school with .So let’s take a look at the latest.

 

Hostess voluntarily recalls Cookies ‘n Creme Brownies due to egg allergen Hostess  has issued a r ecall for their Cookies ‘n Creme brownies. They may have eggs in them and it’s not on the list of ingredients. Check the UPC code for the boxes under recall.

 

 

Almond Breeze almond milk recalled, could contain real milk  Almond Breeze Almond Milk  is pulling their cartons because they may contain real milk. 28 states, including Florida received shipments of the possible tainted milk so check the list.

 

 

UPDATED INFORMATION ON TACO BELL/KRAFT RECALL: Kraft Heinz is voluntarily recalling their Taco Bell Salsa con Queso Mild Cheese Dip due to a botulism risk. The product is a 15 oz glass jar with the individual package UPC # 021000024490 .

 

 

Pepperidge Farms Goldfish Crackers are under recall  The problem is the whey powder used that may have been contaminated with salmonella. There are four types of crackers under recall and  you can see which ones those are here. No illnesses have been reported but it’s best to get rid of them or return them to the store for a refund.

 

 

Some Ritz cracker products recalled for potential salmonella presenceAnther snack favorite,  Ritz Crackers,  has also made the recall list. It’s also because of the whey powder used to make the crackers and possible salmonella contamination. Ritz Cracker Sandwiches and Ritz Bits products are some of the crackers on the list and you can also check the full list here.

 

 

McDonald’s pulls salads from some restaurants after more than 100 people infected by parasiteMcDonalds was also forced to recall salads after an  reported an outbreak of cyclosporiasis illnesses.Ten states were affected and for a full list and what precautions to take t ake a look at the full story.

 

 

Possible salmonella contamination also is responsible for ground turkey being pulled off shelves in what the CDC is calling a “widespread turkey industry” outbreak. Florida is on that list and nationwide some 90 people were sickened by the turkey product. The problem here is the CDC doesn’t know exactly where the affected meat came from. It’s best not to to use it at all. But if you are make sure you’re using a separate cutting board for any raw turkey products,. And please don’t give it to your pets, they can get just as sick as we do.

 

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Bourdain gets posthumous Emmy noms for 'Parts Unknown'Food is everything we are. It’s an extension of nationalist feeling, ethnic feeling, your personal history, your province, your region, your tribe, your grandma. It’s inseparable from those from the get-go  –  Anthony Bourdain

Kudzu – The New Kale?

  Is kudzu about to show up on your plate? Well, not right away. But it turns out that incredibly invasive vine is actually edible. IF you know what you’re doing with it. Don’t you love that. Only certain parts are edible like the leaves, roots, flowers and vine tips. But how comfortable would you be bringing it into your kitchen? There are a few chefs and foragers experimenting with it, and there’s one website called Carolina Kudzu Crazy that comes complete with recipes. But those recipes come complete with warnings so you might want to leave this to the pros. What’s the wildest weed that’s ever found its way onto your plate? Tell me all about it at ann.kelly@wduv.com. Pictures are always welcome.

Let The Tastings Begin!

 

We have two terrific experiences lined up for you in August, both at the Mahaffey Theater and especially for craft been enthusiasts. The Bill Edwards Foundation for the Arts will present the Tap To Table Craft Beer Dinner – an evening of Local craft beer paired with Locale cuisine. It’s an impressive five beer pairing that will be paired with the artistry of Chef Jeffrey Hileman of Locale Market. Tickets are on sale now for $100 and can be purchased here.

 

 

 

But pace yourself. On Saturday. August 18th you’ll have the opportunity to choose from more than 175 types of craft beer from 52 Craft Breweries at the Craft Beer Experience. So for those of us 21 and older it’s going to be fun night with live music, hand-crafted beers, un-tapping of exclusive, one-of-a-kind beers and prize giveaways throughout the night. And all inside the air-conditioned Mahaffey Theater. If you loved this event last year, you’ll love it even more this year with almost twice as many beers, meads, ciders, and wines to sample. It’s a very affordable evening with tickets priced at just $35. We have tickets waiting for you here.

 

Enjoy responsibly!

 

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They who drink beer will think beer – Washington Irving

More And More Recalls

 

 

Doesn’t it feel like the amount of recalls we’re hearing about are endless? But that’s a good thing when it comes to something like contracting salmonella or having something mixed in with your food that could hurt you. So let’s take a look at the latest.

 

 

Pepperidge Farms Goldfish Crackers are under recall  The problem is the whey powder used that may have been contaminated with salmonella. There are four types of crackers under recall and  you can see which ones those are here. No illnesses have been reported but it’s best to get rid of them or return them to the store for a refund.

 

 

Some Ritz cracker products recalled for potential salmonella presenceAnther snack favorite,  Ritz Crackers,  has also made the recall list. It’s also because of the whey powder used to make the crackers and possible salmonella contamination. Ritz Cracker Sandwiches and Ritz Bits products are some of the crackers on the list and you can also check the full list here.

 

 

McDonald’s pulls salads from some restaurants after more than 100 people infected by parasiteMcDonalds was also forced to recall salads after an  reported an outbreak of cyclosporiasis illnesses.Ten states were affected and for a full list and what precautions to take t ake a look at the full story.

 

 

Possible salmonella contamination also is responsible for ground turkey being pulled off shelves in what the CDC is calling a “widespread turkey industry” outbreak. Florida is on that list and nationwide some 90 people were sickened by the turkey product. The problem here is the CDC doesn’t know exactly where the affected meat came from. It’s best not to to use it at all. But if you are make sure you’re using a separate cutting board for any raw turkey products,. And please don’t give it to your pets, they can get just as sick as we do.

 

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Bourdain gets posthumous Emmy noms for 'Parts Unknown'Food is everything we are. It’s an extension of nationalist feeling, ethnic feeling, your personal history, your province, your region, your tribe, your grandma. It’s inseparable from those from the get-go  –  Anthony Bourdain

 

More Tasty Tidbits

 

 

Craving a new taste when it comes to the crunch? How about eight – count ’em eight – new flavors from Lay’s. It’s the #Taste of America” collection that includes flavors like Deep Fried Pickles with Ranch, New England Lobster Roll and Pimento Cheese. Hello southern cuisine on THAT one.  You won’t be able to find all the flavors when you go shopping, they’ll make it a regional rollout. But hey, there’s always Amazon….

 

 

 

We’re getting closer to the end of July but that plastic problem persists. What have you done to reduce waste from products made of plastic? Tell me and we’ll follow up in Ann Kelly’s Kitchen at ann.kelly@wduv.com. I’ve seen posts from many of you on Facebook and Twitter pledging to pick up plastic when strolling on the beaches and parks – good job! I’m proud of the efforts we’ve made here at Cox Media Group Tampa with more recycle bins for paper and plastic, and especially one for all those K-Cup pods. Those do add up in a hurry. The “Gounds To Grow On” program makes it easy to recycle in your office, too. Just click that link to get started. Thanks to our Chief Engineer Dylan Scott for working so hard to make our recycling efforts a reality. Please also take a moment to visit Plastic Free July for some ideas what you can do to carry the mission through every day.

 

 

So what’s your preference – daily milk, almond, soy? There’s news from the FDA. They want to make sure that the non-daily milks have proper identification and standards which honestly is fine with me. What exactly are the differences when it comes to nutrition? Take a look. But will it change your mind?

 

 

 

My day starts at 2 am, so dinner time for me is around 2 pm. That may be paying off for me with a lower cancer risks, The International Journal of Cancer has a study out that says if we eat dinner at least two hours before we go to bed can lower the risk of breast and prostate cancers. Interesting, but why? Check the report and keep in mind lowering our fat intake also helps a great dea l.

 

 

Found a hot new spot to eat? Looking for a little support for your favorite local business? C’mon fellow foodies, tell me all about it at ann.kelly@coxtampa.com.

 

More Cities Going Strawless

 

More and more cities are going strawless when it comes to plastic.  No Straws St Pete started with local leaders and businesses pledging to stop using the plastic that can clog up our waterways and threaten sea life. Now Starbucks is accepting the challenge. Starting in 2020 the iconic coffee-house will have cups that don’t require a straw, and straws will no longer be offered.  Their home base of Seattle, along with Vancouver are already using the cold cups. Now if you’re wondering how they’ll keep the whip on your favorite frappuccino those will still have the domed lid but the straw that is used will be paper or a compostable form of plastic. McDonalds is also testing alternatives to plastic straws in the US. There’s a website called Plastic Free July that you might want to check out and find alternatives to what is termed “single use plastic.”

What are you doing to reduce waste from products made of plastic? Tell me and we’ll follow up in Ann Kelly’s Kitchen at ann.kelly@wduv.com. I’ve seen posts from many of you on Facebook and Twitter pledging to pick up plastic when strolling on the beaches and parks – good job!

 

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“Plastic Free July gives people the opportunity to see that they really do not need the many processed packages that we bring into our home; that we can make the same foods from scratch easily and they are far more nourishing and delicious. They’re not as difficult as they might look and really don’t take that long. That’s what we are going to be talking about and doing in our demonstration – making everyday basic foods from scratch, from ingredients we have bought from the bulk bin cheaper”.   Jude Blereau, Wholefoods Chef

Smarter Shopping Snacking

 

If there’s one thing I know it’s not to shop hungry. Those last-minute out the door options can be calorie killers. But Costco, who may best be known for great prices and those tempting snack option as you’re heading out the door with a cartfull – and an empty tummy? Now some stores are adding vegetarian options and they’re eliminating some of the worst offenders (so to speak) like the Polish hot dogs. Hey, how about an acai fruit bowl? Now that might keep me away from the pizza! Check the story out and see what your store might be up to.

 

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“The odds of going to the store for a loaf of bread and coming out with only a loaf of bread are three billion to one.” – Erma Bombeck

Is The Next Food Network Star From Florida?

Contestant Chris Valdes, as seen on Food Network Star, Season 14.

The new season of Food Network Star is underway and there’s a familiar face from Miami in the mix – Chef Chris Valdes is taking on chefs from LA, Georgia, New York and more. The competition is intense, the culinary talent is incredible but it all comes down to who really what it takes to make it to the top. Bobby Flay and Giada De Laurentiis are back to give the fledging stars a little help in front of the cameras and in the kitchen. It’s not easy and Chef Chris is excited to get this shot.

But his talents don’t end in the kitchen; he loves to travel, act and create new and exciting recipes. There’s a great quote that sums his ambitions well from Chef Chris – “Food is amazing and I dare to call it one of the most precious gifts God has given us,” That will make our WORDS OF WISDOM FROM ANN KELLY’S KITCHEN for this edition.

Hear from Chef Chris and see if he reveals any tasty tidbits on the competition! Catch up all the chefs every Sunday night at 9. Good luck Chris and we’re all rooting for you!

Are You Ready?

 

I made it just in time for the sale tax holiday for hurricane prep supplies. It’s over now but that shouldn’t stop you from making sure you have enough supplies to get you through another hurricane season. If Irma taught us anything it pays to have the most important items ready to go like a generator, food and water, and anything that uses batteries like weather radios, fans and lights. I was without power for eight days and let me tell you, opening that fridge and freezer? Nasty!

 

 

Take a look at the Dove Hurricane Guide so you know exactly what supplies you need to have on hand and how much for your family. I’m always a little surprised when there’s the inevitable rush for water and batteries as a storm approaches. Don’t wait! There’s important safety information for the proper use of generators and much more. 

 

 

Together with our partners from 10 News we’ll help keep you safe in severe weather. Take the time time now to look at the Hurricane Guide and make sure you’re ready this season.

Prepare For Hurricane Season Now With Tax Free Shopping

Hurricane season 2018 didn’t wait until the official start date of June 1st; Alberto dumped plenty of rain on the bay area leading to some flooding and minor power outages. But if you were caught without backup of some sort you may not have learned a lesson from last year when Hurricane Irma devastated so much of Florida. It’s time to stock up and tax advantage of the sales tax holiday which runs from June 1st-June 7th and covers a wide range of items. We can show you the complete list here along with items that are not covered. One thing that might catch your attention is sales in a theme park, entertainment complex, public lodging establishment, or airport are not covered. But it’s things we really need like coolers, ice chests, portable generators that sell for $750 or less, and batteries for powering radios (also covered) and more. Stocking up now and not panic-buying before a storm is a good plan. Take the time to put your evacuation kit in order with food, water and everything your family will need. Safety after the storm in the kitchen is also critical and I personally used this hack last year to check food safety after one storm.  Of course with Irma and my power out for ever a week it really wasn’t necessary. Lots of trash bags were.

 

It’s also time to make sure you have your personal plans in place for the family, important papers secured, food, water and what else should be in that emergency kit set aside and knowing your evacuation and flood zones. Oh, and make sure you know what to do to protect your pets, too – and what shelters they will be welcome in, Check the links below for more and check with your county’s emergency management sites for more information. The Dove Hurricane Guide will be online to help you out along with our partners from 10 News, home of Stormtracker Ten to keep you safe in the storm. We’re all in this together.

 

-County-by-county sandbag locations

Hillsborough County Emergency Management

Pinellas County Emergency Management

-Pasco County Emergency Management

-Hernando County Emergency Management

-Polk County Emergency Management

-Manatee County Emergency Management

-Sarasota County Emergency  Management

-National Hurricane Center

It’s The Voodoo They Do So Well

 

Why in the world would I get up at 7 am on a Sunday morning when it’s pouring rain to get doughnuts? One simple reason – Voodoo Donut, now open at Universal Orlando’s CityWalk. Oh I tried to head over when I got here Saturday night in another monsoon that only Florida can deliver with such incredible timing but was way too tired from an almost three hour trip over. Nicely flooded off ramps added to the thrill. Walking to my room I saw so many people coming back with slightly damp boxes Voodoo Doughnut boxes and big smiles. They were out of the rain and ready to grab a cup of anything hot to go with what was in that precious box from Voodoo. But may I say not making it over there until Sunday morning was oh so worth the wait. When you see some 40 people standing in line in the rain just to get what everyone else is talking about you know this is going to be good. No, fun. And decadent. And it comes in a pretty pink box. Because at Voodoo Doughnut “Good Things Come In Pink Boxes.” Two good friends by the names of Kenneth “Cat Daddy” Pogson and Tres Shannon created Voodoo Donut and they can tell you right down to the date and time when it all began – May 13th, 2003 at 8 pm.

I didn’t even mind standing in line (okay, I was inside out of the rain). It’s a good way to check out all the selections. Raised yeast, cake, vegan, and special occasion doughnuts are on the menu. I had to go with the classic Voodoo Doll doughnut. Oh my….it’s a raised yeast doughnut with a generous filling of raspberry jelly, a delicious dark chocolate frosting and the added touch of a pretzel stake. Glad I was alone for this one, I was in no mood to share. But I did bring one more of those and an Apple Fritter to share later. When you have a coworker also making the trip over to help with the Monday broadcast you have to say thank you, right? The Apple Fritters are one of the Voodoo Doughnut selections that are also available with a Vegan option. There are more than 50 to choose from, or if it’s all too much try the Classic Dozen or the Voodoo Dozen. When I turned to leave that line was once again back out the door. But no one was leaving or complaining, More like happy and content they had made it. Standing in line isn’t dull at all by the way. Great music, art and time to determine which of those doughnuts will be yours, all yours.

There is one other slogan that speaks the truth. At Voodoo Doughnut “It’s Worth The Weight.” Leave the calorie counting at home. They are worth it.

 

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The Magic Is In The Hole – Voodoo Doughnut

 

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Win “Project Fire” In The Ann Kelly’s Kitchen Collection

 

 

There are no two ways about it. When it comes to barbeque we just can’t get enough. But if you’ve never lifted the lid on a smoker or grill where do you start? Let me suggest the newest book from five-time James Bear Award winner Steven Raichlen. “Project Fire” will walk you through what you need to know to take the next tailgate party or picnic to delicious new heights. Steven had me at the recipe of Salted Slab Brownie S’mores. But there’s more to consider than the calorie count. What’s your grilling fuel of choice, what method will you choose and what about trying some new techniques? All possible with “Project Fire.”

 

Living here gives us the decided advantage of being able to grill year ’round so to avoid the same old steak after steak  think about taking your grilling game to another level with recipes like Ha-Grilled Mussels with Charcoal Butter, a very interesting Caveman Lobster with Absinthe Butter. But don’t stop at those entrees; think about dessert from the grill like those Salt Slab Brownie S’mores I’ve already mention, maybe grilled fruit or sides like Bacon Grilled Onion Rings or Ember-roasted Beet Salad.

 

Hungry for more? Good! Listen to more from Steven and then register to win your own copy of “Project Fire” as part of the Ann Kelly’s Kitchen Collection, along with another of Steven’s books – The Barbeque Bible Best Ribs Ever.” We’ll choose one winner at random this Friday.

 

Project Fire will soon be on PBS, so for where and when to watch, and more from this esteemed member of the Barbeque Hall Of Fame just click here.

Time In The TUB At Hillel Academy

 

There were two things that happened the day my tired, old Samsung S5 crashed and went to Android heaven. It made me finally get a new one which of course I’d been putting off for obviously way too long, The next thing? That horrible pit of your stomach feeling that some things that weren’t compatible with the new system were gone. Oh yes, you know  that one. All my notes from a lovely visit to Hillel Academy were nowhere to be found.

 

But let’s add one more very good thing. The impression left by the staff, the students and their dedication to the TUB garden project. The students dedicate part of their curriculum to developing themselves not only on an academic level but on a community level as well. Nava Kirk took me on a tour of the hydroponic garden that is part of the Tampa Urban Benefit Farms (TUB). What they grow in their garden is a gift to their community as well as a valuable teaching too. The students take a great deal of pride is what they grow and what they share. My own garden could use their touch!

 

There are special, very personal touches to their garden as well. A butterfly garden was created in memory of student Rachel Hatfield who died from brain cancer when she was just eleven years old. It’s impressive to know it received certification as a National Registered Butterfly Garden, but it retains the joy that reminds you of what made a little girl so happy. There is a Little Library for everyone to enjoy, rocks painted in happy colors and all those memories.

 

Hillel Academy is located at 2020 West Fletcher Avenue in Tampa and can be reached at 813.963.2242. Visit them on Twitter,  Facebook @HillelAcademyTampa. and  Vimeo, Enjoy the pictures from my afternoon at Hillel Academy – it was time very well spent.  The students take a great deal of pride is what they grow and what they share. My own garden could use their touch!

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In search of my mother’s garden, I found my own – Alice Walker

 

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Gummy Beers?

 

My first reaction was most likely the same as yours – keep gummy beers out of the kids hands! But this new product is completely non-alcoholic, you only get the taste. It’s part of a promotion from Corona for Cinco de Mayo. They went on sale at Nordstrom and the Sugarfina site earlier this month. But I’ll bet I also know what else you’re thinking – why buy those when you can make your own “drunken gummies” Those definitely need to be kept of the kids hands.

 

 

Another recall and this is another one to get out of the freezer. T he Budget Saver Cherry Pineapple Monster Pops and Sugar Free Twin Pops have possible Listeria contamination and were sold in Florida. There’s more on the recall here.

 

What’s delicious in your life right now? I’d love to hear about your favorite new foodie hot spots or a recipes you just have to share. Send all that along me in at ann.kelly@coxinc.com.   WORDS OF WISDOM FROM ANN KELLY’S KITCHEN If you really want to make a friend, go to someone’s house and eat with him. The people who give you their food always give you their heart. – Cesar Chavez

A Hive For The Buzzin’ Bees

 

The most beloved books in my personal library are the ones with the pages perhaps a little smudged from the banana bread I was baking, or a page that is bent for a convenient bookmark to be read later. But how about a book that is designed to be turned into something wonderfully useful? That’s the concept behind “Turn This Book Into a Beehive” from four-time Emmy Award winner Lynn Burnelle. Lynn writes for  Bill Nye The Science Guy and has four Emmy’s to show for her work. Lynn makes science fun, and when it comes to bees, makes a lasting impression about their importance to our ecosystem.

 

 

So how much do you know about bees? Lynn helps dispel some myths and gives us more useful information on bees that you can ever hope to use in a lifetime of Trivial Pursuit. But among all of that are activities for the whole family that will open your eyes to how friendly a bee can be. Learn to plant a bee-friendly garden, discover the hierarchy of the hive and how many hundreds of bees it takes to make one pound of honey.   Take time with the kids to listen to my chat with Lynn, and check back here for a chance to win your own copy of Lynn’s book. Be as busy as a worker been this spring and learn how to turn your book into a beehive, too.

The Secret Menu At Wawa

 

Hello all! A few items to catch up on in Ann Kelly’s Kitchen. Let’s start with “secret menus”. Urban legend or just something plain cool to discover? Probably both, but I can tell you about Wawa’s which is actually not all that hard to find. It’s right on the ordering screen! Take a look exactly where to click and have fun. Oh, and it’s not going to be around forever; it’s a part of their birthday celebration and includes a – wait for it – birthday cake smoothie. Spanx not included due to overindulgence.

 

 

Talk about a bad egg. Like, a lot of them. More than 200 million eggs are under recall by the FDA that may be contaminated with salmonella. There’s already been 22 people reported sick.  The eggs are from Rose Acres Farms in Indiana and were distributed to a number of states that include Florida. Check here to see if you may have some in the fridge.

 

 

You’ll also want to get rid of the Banquet Salisbury Steak dinners you may have stashed in the freezer. What’s the problem? Possible bone fragments. So not good. There’s already been a few reports of what they call “oral problems.” Here’s what you need to know.

 

 

 

Not into steak of any kind? So where do you get your protein if you’re living a vegetarian lifestyle. Quite a few places and there’s a good chance you’re already enjoying a number of them in your diet already.

 

 

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We all eat, and it would be a sad waste of opportunity to eat badly – Anna Thomas

 

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