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August 28th, 2010

Fruiti Ice Pops Recalled for Typhoid Risk

First eggs recalled for salmonella, then beef for E.coli, now ice pops are being recalled for a possible typhoid risk! A number of cases of typhoid have been linked to the Goya Foods brand mamey pulp. This frozen pulp is used by Fruiti Pops which makes a mamey-flavored frozen popsicle. 10,000 popsicles were removed from stores, vending machine, ice cream van and trucks

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A worker carries popsicles made inside a factory in Agartala, capital of India's north-eastern state of Tripura July 29, 2010. India's food inflation eased and fuel inflation notched up in mid-July, but the data is unlikely to change the central bank's decisive move towards stamping down on double-digit inflation. REUTERS/Jayanta Dey (INDIA - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY FOOD)

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December 24th, 2009

Christmas Dessert Recipes: Easy Apple Crisp

If you’re running late getting those Christmas dessert recipes ready, give this easy apple crisp a try. Long a favorite in many homes, this is not only delicious and simple, but will fill your home with a fantastic aroma. Make it ahead, or place in the oven while enjoying your dinner. Either way, give it a try…more than likely you have all ingredients on hand already!
Christmas Dessert Recipes: Easy Apple Crisp Recipe

November 11th, 2009

Thanksgiving Recipes: Cranberry Compote

Cranberry compote is a perfect addition to any Holiday meal, especially Thanksgiving.
Compote is made of whole or pieces of fruit in a sugary syrup. It’s cooked over simmering heat with any number of spices added.
It can be served in a large dessert bowl, or individual dessert cups. Regardless of which way, it’s delicious….give it a try! Don’t be afraid to experiment!
Cranberry Compote Recipe

November 5th, 2009

Mountain Dew Apple Dumplings

This apple dumpling recipe is a delight to make with the kids…if you peel and cut the apple wedges, you can stand back and let them do the rest! Quick, easy, and done in half an hour, with little mess or fuss. It’s a great anytime snack!
Mountain Dew Apple Dumpling Recipe

October 30th, 2009

Fried Apples

If you need something to do with all those apples left over from apple bobbing at Halloween parties this weekend, you might enjoy this delicious and simple fried apple recipe. It’s unique in that it can be used as a side dish with your main meal or a wonderful dessert. Give it a try!
Fried Apples Recipe

October 14th, 2009

Cinnamon Baked Apples

It’s apple time! While popular year ’round, we tend to go overboard during apple season here in the mid-west. Apple cookies, candied apples, apple pie…you name it, we cook it! Not only are apples nutritious ( and almost everyone likes them ) baking/cooking them leaves such a wonderful aroma wafting through the house that we cook them as often as we can. Try this easy cinnamon baked apples recipe below to have a delightful dessert in less than an hour…it’s sure to please the entire household!
Cinnamon Baked Apples Recipe

September 15th, 2009

Lemon Glaze

I learned while very young to always have *unexpected company* food on hand( especially on Sunday’s just in case the pastor stopped by) This practice continues to this very day, only with 1,000s more options. However, I still rely on an extra pound cake in the freezer and my Grandma’s recipe for any number of glazes. Below is her lemon glaze recipe…if you find it too tart, just add a bit more sugar.
Lemon Glaze recipe

September 13th, 2009

2 Step Fruit Dip

A simple, child friendly fruit dip is a great way to treat the kids after school. Let them make the *dip* while you slice the fruit. Relax and enjoy before homework time!
2 Step Fruit Dip Recipe

August 31st, 2009

Fruit Salad Medley

Ever tire of the same old fruit salad served at BBQ’s or get-together’s? Want to try something healthy and delicious? Give this old tried and true fruit medley a try…you’ll not be disappointed! It’s a wonderful make ahead recipe!
Fruit Salad Medley

August 25th, 2009

Baked Apple Pancake

You will need:
This is great to make with older children on a weekend or as a special breakfast treat. Actually it tastes delicious and can be served anytime! The amounts are easily adjustable and there is minimal clean-up. I usually keep wet naps or baby wipes handy for sticky fingers, though. It’s amazing how one drop of syrup can spread to so many places!
Baked Apple Pancake Recipe