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A limited number of Breyers No Sugar Added Salted Caramel Swirl have been recalled over an unlabeled potential allergen
Customers who purchased boxes of the ice cream are asked to discontinue use immediately.
Unilever has announced the voluntary recall of a small number of tubs of Breyers No Sugar Added Salted Caramel Swirl because the labels did not identify almonds as a potential ingredient. The product was distributed nationwide.
The product in question has a unit UPC code of 7756738393, with a best before date of NOV2915GB, and was distributed in 1.5-quart paperboard tubs. Consumption of the product is potentially life-threatening for those with an allergy or severe sensitivity to almonds.
Customers who purchased any ice cream with the listed UPC code are asked to discontinue use and retain the box in order to get a replacement coupon, Unilever instructed in a press release. No other Breyers brand products have been affected by the limited recall.
The issue was first brought to Breyers’ attention through a customer complaint and, thus far, no allergic reactions have been reported.
Breyers will also issue a notification on the Food Allergy Research & Education (FARE) website.
The Chocolate Cult
The E. Coli recalls are not over yet, folks! While flour isn't chocolate, we use flour in so many of our chocolatey treats that I felt I needed to share it with you. After this listing keep reading because a massive 30 product recall has also been issued that you need to be aware of and this one involves metal in the food. Remember! Only by being aware can you protect your family and yourself from foodborne illnesses and foreign objects in your food.
Sunday, December 28, 2014
Massive Snoqualmie Recall
I think this is the first time since we've been letting you know about chocolate related recalls here that we have such a large one to share with you all. Please read this careful and follow the directions in the FDS shared post.
Consumer Contact: 213-316-8323
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE — December 24, 2014 — Snohomish, WA — Snoqualmie Gourmet Ice Cream, Inc. has issued a voluntary recall of all ice cream, gelato, custard, and sorbet for all flavors and container sizes produced on or after January 1, 2014 until December 15, 2014 because these products have the potential to be contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes.
Listeria monocytogenes is an organism that can cause serious and sometimes fatal infections in young children, frail or elderly people, and others with weakened immune systems. Although healthy individuals may suffer only short-term symptoms such as high fever, severe headache, stiffness, nausea, abdominal pain and diarrhea, Listeria infection can cause miscarriages and stillbirths among pregnant women.
The ice cream, gelato, custard and sorbet were distributed in Arizona, Idaho, California, Oregon, and Washington may have been further distributed and sold in various retail outlets in Alaska, Colorado, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, North Dakota, Texas, Utah, and Wyoming.
The products are labeled Snoqualmie Ice Cream, Snoqualmie Gelato, Snoqualmie Custard, Snoqualmie Sorbet or Emerald & Spruce Ice Cream or Top Pot Hand Forged Ice Cream and have a production date code located on the bottom of the container. The date codes included either end in ”, e.g. XXX4 (pints and cups) or are listed by date: January 1, 2014 through December 15, 2014 (trays & tubs).
The voluntary recall was initiated based on the confirmation positive result of Listeria monocytogenes in the samples collected within the production facility and ice cream products that were analyzed by Washington State Department of Agriculture (WSDA). The company is working with the FDA and WSDA to investigate the root cause.
The Washington State Department of Health and local health disease investigators and the state Public Health Laboratories have today linked two Listeria illnesses to products recalled by Snoqualmie Gourmet Ice Cream Company. We understand both persons were hospitalized and are now recovering.
This voluntary recall is being made with the knowledge of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration and the WSDA.
Customers who have purchased the affected product should dispose of it or return it to the place of purchase where they will receive a refund. Consumers with questions or concern may call Snoqualmie Gourmet Ice Cream, Inc. at 213-316-8323 during normal hours of operations (Monday-Friday 9:00am-4:00pm PST).
Saturday, December 27, 2014
Is KIND Kind to Your Mouth?
Have you heard of KIND, LLC? I was first introduced to them a few years back when I did a feature on our local food co-op and their organic chocolate products that you could buy. Today I want to look at the KIND Dark Chocolate Chunk chewy bar that I got via the Amazon Vine program in the fall. I've already done a review there but today we're going to look at his bar in more depth using all of our senses you except on The Chocolate Cult.
The first thing to note is that this bar breaks apart easily so it is not difficult to chew yet still crunchy. As soon as I opened the plastic bag this was in I was hit with a very sweet coconut scent that really surprised. I realize that the ingredients list coconut but given how far down on the list this was I figured I could try it without turning it over to one of our specialists. wrong. The main flavor is this coconut through and through and frankly unless I bite directly into the chocolate pieces I couldn't taste much else. The chocolate is made of both chocolate liquor and cocoa butter but without at least twice amount it really doesn't stand a chance to compete with the coconut and other sweet flavors here. It is very crunchy yet soft and the various ingredients make for an interesting texture but the flavor needs to be chocolate at least here on The Chocolate Cult.
But what do you all think, Sisters and Brothers? Have you tried this bar? Did you think it had enough chocolate?
Wednesday, March 26, 2014
Why Chocolate Crosses Distress Me as a Christian
WARNING: I'm about to write what may be my most controversial article here on "The Chocolate Cult." My opinions are mine alone they do not necessarily reflect those of "The Chocolate Cult" or any of our volunteers who help test and reveal products to you all. You are free to comment, but vulgarities, threats, or personal insults will be deleted and the commenter banned from this forum.
Before we start our features and regular product reviews for Easter this year, I wanted to say a few words about a trend that distresses me as both a Christian and an ancient historian: chocolate crosses. In this photo you can see an example from Russell Stover, which I found last year during post-holiday sales, but they are not the only company to make chocolate crosses. I've been seeing them for years now, first at our local Kmart, then at the CVS, Target, and even grocery stores. At least this Russell Stover one was real chocolate and didn't have a ton of artificial ingredients, but the quality of the chocolate is not the issue today. Today the issue is the message and how it may not be Christian at all, on several levels.
I fear this is a belittling of a religious symbol, and that offends me as a Christian. When I walk through a store and see the selling of faith, it offends me. Can you imagine Jesus saying, "Buy this T-shirt, kids, to brag about your faith?" I can't. Indeed, if we look to Jesus's words as recorded in our sacred books, time and again he tells us to be humble, to be focused on the belief and our fellow human beings, and not to proclaim our faith or do good deeds in order to shine in the eyes of other people. Matthew 6:1-15 is one of my favorite passages from the Bible because it demonstrates how our faith is to be private and not exclusive. It comes from within a larger context of how his followers were to behave and believe differently from those around them.
You don't need a chocolate cross to show you are a Christian, because this is not something that is supposed to be shown so that others will praise you or perhaps even to acknowledge your faith. Your faith is a private matter, not one that is any of my business, frankly, which is why I'm not going to end this post by telling you not to buy a chocolate cross. I'm only sharing my feelings, not preaching.
Furthermore, buying this symbol is really feeding into the marketplace mentality of our world. I'm sure this sort of monetization of Christianity has been happening for centuries, but I do not believe the God I worship and was raised to respect would approve. Capitalism is NOT Christianity, and if you believe otherwise, I fear you have been tricked big time by businesses who want nothing more than profit and couldn't care less about your soul. This purchasing of objects to display faith offends me at all levels, not just in the form of chocolate crosses, but Easter is approaching, so this is on my mind. So if you must ask "What would Jesus do?" I personally believe that buying X product is never going to be the correct answer. Buy whatever you like, just think about whether or not it has anything to do with following Christ or merely just being a human being who likes stuff. All human beings like stuff, and many of us like chocolate.
I'm also offended by these chocolate crosses as an ancient historian, because I think they downplay historical reality.
Crucifixion is probably one of the most horrible methods of execution ever created by humans. It was actually unusual for the executioner to nail the crucified person to the cross, since that wouldn't hold the body up very well, and the metal used to make the nails could be used for better things when ropes would do the job. This doesn't mean that they never nailed victims to crosses, but ropes are a more reliable and cheaper way to do so. Regardless of the method, though, it often took days for the condemned to die as they baked under the sun without water or food, their body in a very stressed position that added even more suffering to the slow death spiral.
I feel like eating a model of this instrument of horrible death belittles the suffering of those who died on it. Does it seem Christian to belittle how people die? I thought Easter was supposed to be religious, or is the so-called war on Christianity all a big-media lie? The earliest Christians didn't even use the cross as a symbol, edible or not, so your eating it in the form of chocolate isn't following some ancient tradition. In fact, the cross was used to belittle Christians in ancient times, as we can see in the so-called "Alexamenos Graffito," shown to the right. It was found in Rome and has been dated between the 1st and 3rd centuries.
I'm sure I've offended some of you who are anxious to run out and get your chocolate crosses. If you must buy one, Russell Stover's version is just like their milk chocolate bunnies, just a different shape. But please think about the reason for the holiday if you are Christian, and ask if there might be a better way to celebrate than eating the method of our Lord's execution.
Primary Colors Design Corp Issues Allergy Alert on Undeclared Egg on Peppa Pig Chocolate Chip Cookies Gable Box
Primary Colors Design Corp of Ashland, OH is recalling Chocolate Chip Cookies Gable Box with UPC 84512050159 because it may contain undeclared egg allergen. People who have an allergy or severe sensitivity to egg run the risk of serious or life-threatening allergic reaction if they consume these products.
Peppa Pig Chocolate Chip Cookies were distributed to Marshalls Distribution Center in Georgia which were further distributed to Marshalls Stores. Primary Colors Design Corp did not distribute the affected recalled product of Peppa Pig Chocolate Chip Cookie Gable Boxes to any other states or retailers.
Peppa Pig Chocolate Chip Cookie Gable can be identified in a 7.0oz corrugate box with expiration date of 09/18/2021 on the top right of the handle and lot code of 091820 on the cookie bag.
No illness or customer complaints have been reported to date.
The recall was initiated after it was discovered that Peppa Pig Chocolate Chip Cookie Gables were distributed in packaging that did not reveal the presence of egg. Subsequent investigation indicates the problem was caused by inadvertently filling the box with another chocolate chip cookie, potentially exposing consumers to an undeclared allergen: egg.
Consumers who have purchased the Peppa Pig Chocolate Chip Cookie with the affected lot code are encouraged to notify Primary Colors Design Corp at [email protected] or 419- 903-0403 during normal business hours (8:00am – 5:00pm EST, Monday- Friday).
- Healthy Nut Factory of Bayside, NY is recalling 7 oz. Pouches of Organic Coconut Smiles because it has the potential to be contaminated with Salmonella, an organism which can cause serious and sometimes fatal infections in young children, frail or elderly people, and others with weakened immune systems. Healthy persons infected with Salmonella often experience fever, diarrhea (which may be bloody), nausea, vomiting and abdominal pain. In rare circumstances, infection with Salmonella can result in the organism getting into the bloodstream and producing more severe illnesses such as arterial infections (i.e., infected aneurysms), endocarditis and arthritis.Product was distributed and sold at retail stores in New York City and Long Island. The Health Nut Factory Brand ORGANIC COCONUT SMILES 7 OZ, are packaged in green rice paper pouches, UPC Code: 8 13449 02099 3. The expiration date 6/1/2018, is found on the back of the pouch.No illness have been reported to date related to the Health Nut Factory Brand Product. The FDA is investigating a multi-state outbreak of Salmonella Typhimurium infections linked to dried coconut. Testing by the FDA has confirmed that Salmonella, matching the outbreak strain, was found in a retail package distributed by our supplier, International Harvest.The recall was initiated after we were notified by our distributor that product with expiration date 6/1/2018 purchased on 8/21/2018 might contain Salmonella. We have ceased production and distribution of the product as FDA and the company continue their investigation as to what caused the problem.
Target Corp. (NYSE: TGT) is voluntarily recalling a number of frozen items sold at a single Target store on Oahu located at 1450 Ala Moana Blvd., Honolulu, Hawaii. The products were not held at an appropriate temperature and may be contaminated by spoilage organisms or pathogens, which could lead to serious or life-threatening illness if consumed. The recall includes items listed below that were sold on March 23, 2018 through March 27, 2018. No illnesses have been reported to date.
This recall was initiated after Target received notification of a temperature malfunction during shipment of the products to Hawaii. Once Target discovered the issue, Target teams were immediately dispatched to remove all of the impacted products from the store. Target is also working collaboratively with USDA and FDA. If guests have purchased any of the affected products, they should dispose of the products and contact Target Guest Relations at 1-800-440-0680 for assistance and a full refund. Products purchased at any other Target store during this time period are not affected by this recall.
NO LONGER UPDATING: The recall of peanut-products continues to expand at such a rate I can no longer keep up. Go here to see all the recalls, as posted by the FDA. Or go here for a searchable database.
At first, the recall of peanut butter contaminated by salmonella was contained to big institutions like hospitals. But the recall has been steadily expanding as companies such as Kellogg, Hy-Vee and Perry’s are worried about the peanut butter used in cookies, ice cream and crackers.
Gee, you think with more than 400 illnesses nationwide as of Monday that maybe the Food and Drug Administration should be moving a wee bit faster? (The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports at least 5 deaths and 450 sickened.) A week after the outbreak, the FDA now says Americans should hold off eating foods containing peanut butter, reports USA Today.
While the investigation has centered around a Georgia Peanut Corporation of American plant, it seems the agency that is supposed to safeguard our food supply was unaware that King Nut peanut butter, which can come in containers ranging from 5 pounds to 1,700 pounds, might be used by food makers. (Recall expanded on Jan. 28 to include peanut products produced since Jan. 1, 2007.)
Instead, the FDA worked hard to assure Americans that major national brands of peanut butter do not contain the salmonella. For the record, I had Trader Joe’s peanut butter for dinner, but I’m feeling fine.
Here are the product recalls I’ve been able to find so far.
- Peanut Butter Cookies
- Monster Cookies
- Peanut Butter Reese's Pieces Cookies
- Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Cookies
- Lunchbox Reese's Pieces Cookies
- Lunchbox Peanut Butter Cookies
- People Chow Party Mix and Assorted Truffle Fudge
- Hy-Vee Inc. is voluntarily recalling its freshly made party mix and peanut brittle because the products contain whole peanuts that have the potential to be contaminated with salmonella. All sell-by dates are included in this recall. The products are sold in various types of packaging and have a Hy-Vee price label attached.
- Perry’s Peanut Butter Cup Craze Ice Cream 75767-39002 (upc) 1/2 Pint
- Perry’s Peanut Butter Cup Ice Cream 75767-00226 1.5 QT
- Perry’s Peanut Butter Cup Ice Cream 75767-00226 1.75 QT
- Perry’s Peanut Butter Chip Frozen Yogurt 75767-29704 1.5 QT
- Perry’s Peanut Butter Chip Frozen Yogurt 75767-29704 1.75 QT
- Perry’s Peanut Butter Sundae Crunch Ice Cream Bar 75767-50042 24/3.5 fl oz
- Perry’s Peanut Butter Fudge Ice Cream 75767-00237 1.5 QT
- Perry’s Peanut Butter Fudge Ice Cream 75767-00237 1.75 QT
- Perry’s Perfectly Churned Light Peanut Butter Cup Ice Cream 75767-22309 1.5 QT
- Perry’s Perfectly Churned Light Peanut Butter Cup Ice Cream 75767-22309 1.75 QT
- Perry’s 3 GL Peanut Butter Cup N/A 3 GL
- Perry’s 3 GL YGT Peanut Butter Chip N/A 3 GL
- Shurfine Peanut Butter Cup Ice Cream 15400-22259 1.75 QT
- Shurfine Peanut Butter Swirl Ice Cream 15400-22258 1.75 QT
- Wegmans Chocolate Nutty Cone Ice Cream 1.75 QT 77890-53531 1.75 QT
- Wegmans Peanut Butter Cup Ice Cream 1.75 QT 77890-52460 1.75 QT
- Wegmans Peanut Butter Cup Ice Cream Pint 77890-60212 1.75 QT
- Wegmans Peanut Butter Swirl Ice Cream 1.75 QT 77890-29723 1.75 QT
- Wegmans Peanut Butter Sundae Ice Cream 1.75 QT 77890-29034 1.75 QT
- Wegmans Peanut Butter Pretzel Ice Cream 1.75 QT 77890-53525 1.75 QT
- Wegmans Peanut Butter Crunch Ice Cream Bar 6 Pack 77890-35369 6/3.5 oz each
- Wegmans Peanut Butter Candy Sundae Cup Ice Cream 4 Pack 77890-10466 4/6fl oz each
- Wegmans Peanut Butter Sundae Cup Ice Cream 4 Pack 77890-10394 4/6fl oz each
- Meijer Peanut Butter Cup Ice Cream 16 Fl oz 71928-39684 16 Fl Oz
Perry's Butterscotch Sundae
Perry's Light No Sugar Added Mexican Sundae
Perry's Vanilla Nutty Cones
Perry's Peanut Butter Swirl
Perry's Sabres Top Shelf Sundae
Perry's Sabres Top Shelf Sundae
- Austin® Quality Foods Cheese Crackers with Peanut Butter - all sizes
- Austin® Quality Foods Cheese & Peanut ButterSandwich Crackers – all sizes
- Austin® Quality Foods Mega Stuffed Cheese Crackers with Peanut Butter – all sizes
- Austin® Quality Foods PB & J Cracker Sandwiches – all sizes
- Austin® Quality FoodsSuper Snack Pack Sandwich Crackers
- Austin® Quality Foods Chocolate Peanut Butter Sandwich Crackers – all sizes
- Austin® Quality Foods Toasty Crackers with Peanut Butter – all sizes
- Austin® Quality Foods Reduced Fat Cheese & Peanut Butter Sandwich Crackers
- Austin® Quality Foods Reduced Fat Toasty Crackers with Peanut Butter Sandwich Crackers
- Austin® Quality FoodsCookie/Cracker Pack
- Austin® Quality FoodsVariety Pack
- Keebler® Cheese & Peanut Butter Sandwich Crackers – all sizes
- Keebler® Toast & PB'n J Flavored Sandwich Crackers – all sizes
- Keebler® Toast & Peanut Butter Sandwich Crackers – all sizes
- Famous Amos® Peanut Butter Cookies (2- and 3-ounce)
- Keebler® Soft Batch Homestyle Peanut Butter Cookies (2.5-ounce)
- H-E-Buddy Celery w/Peanut Butter – UPC 41220-29701 (Expiration Dates – 01/16, 01/17, 01/18, 01/20, 01/21 and 1/22)
- H-E-Buddy Apples w/Peanut Butter – UPC 41220-98734 )Expiration Dates – 01/16, 01/18, 01/19, 01/20, 01/21, 01/22, 01/23, 01/25 and 01/26)
- H-E-Buddy Snack Tray w/two Dips – UPC 41220-54449 (Expiration Dates – 01/16, 01/17, 01/19, 01/21 and 01/22)
- Little Debbie® Peanut Butter Toasty sandwich crackers — all sizes.
- Little Debbie® Peanut Butter Cheese sandwich crackers — all sizes.
- Assorted chocolates in 5 ounce (Product 121), 8 ounce (Product 122), 12 ounce (Product 123) and 26 ounce (Product 124) boxes [Note the sugar free assorted chocolates are not affected, and are not part of the recall]
- Hoosiers in 5 ounce (Product 010, UPC# 4482300011) and 3.5 ounce (Product o11, UPC# 4482300010)
- Valentine Heart, 14 ounces (Product 1020)
The following South Bend Chocolate products are also under recall and are sold to retail stores in bulk for sales of smaller quantities to their customers:
- 4.5lb Peanut Butter Fudge, Product 228
- 4 lb. Hoosiers, Product 410
- 5 lb. Peanut Butter Meltaway, Milk Chocolate, Product 204
- 5 lb. Peanut Butter Meltaways-Dark Chocolate, Product 204D
- 4.5lb Peanut Butter Chocolate Fudge, Product 229
Candy impacted by the recall is all sold under The South Bend Chocolate Company brand name and was produced on or after July 1, 2008. The candies under recall include:
- Assorted chocolates in 5 ounce (Products with labels reading 121 and 121R,UPC #4482300121 are under recall)
- Assorted chocolates in 8 ounce (Products with labels reading 122, 122DK and 122R, UPC #4482300122 are under recall)
- Assorted chocolates in 12 ounce (Products with labels reading 123 and 123DK, UPC #4482300123 are under recall)
- Assorted chocolates in 26 ounce (Product 124, UPC #4482300124 is under recall) boxes.
[Note: the sugar free assorted chocolates are not affected, and are not part of the recall].
- Hoosiers in 1.5 ounce (Product 010, UPC# 4482300011) and 3.0 ounce (Product 011, UPC# 4482300010. [Note: These are corrected sizes].
- Valentine Heart, 14 ounces (Products with labels reading 1020 and 1020R, UPC #4482310201 are under recall).
Additionally Christmas gift boxes (CC, CCLG, CCXL and CCXXL) and any other gift baskets may have included the assorted chocolate boxes.
- WalMart Bakery Peanut Butter Cookie, 12 Count Clear Plastic Container, SKU 70897161809
- WalMart Bakery Harvest Peanut Butter Fudge No-Bake,9 Count Clear Plastic Container, SKU 70897190990
- WalMart Bakery Peanut Butter Fudge No-Bake, 9 Count Clear Plastic Container, SKU 70897190954
- WalMart Bakery Peanut Butter Fudge No-Bake, 12 Count Clear Plastic Container, SKU 70897161843
- Lofthouse® brand peanut butter cookies
- Peanut butter no-bake cookies
- Peanut butter fudge no-bake cookies
- Parco Foods’ Chuck’s Chunky® food service brand peanut butter cookies Pastries Plus gourmet cookies
- Private Selection Peanut Butter Passion Ice Cream sold in 48-ounce containers with a "Sell by" date of 9-13-2009 under the following UPC Code Number: 0001111054437.
- Private Selection Peanut Butter Passion Ice Cream sold in 56-ounce containers with a "Sell by" date of 8-11-2009 under the following UPC Code Number: 0001111052816.
- Private Selection Peanut Butter Passion Light Ice Cream sold in 1.75 quart (56-ounce containers under the UPC Code Number: 1111054016 with a "Sell by" date of 8-13-09 followed by 49-70.
Kroger is recalling the following items:
• Kroger Nut Topping sold in 2.25-ounce containers with a "Sell by" date of DEC-22-09 and earlier under the following UPC Code Number: 0001111074500.
• Ralphs Nut Topping sold in 2.25-ounce containers with a "Sell by" date of DEC-9-2009 and earlier under the following UPC Code Number: 0001111071444.
• Fred Meyer Nut Topping sold in 2.25-ounce containers with a "Sell by" date of DEC-21-09 and earlier under the following UPC Code Number: 0001111074507.
- ZonePerfect Chocolate Peanut Butter bars, all sizes and quantities
- ZonePerfect Peanut Toffee bars, all sizes and quantities
- NutriPals Peanut Butter Chocolate nutrition bars, all sizes and quantities
- Meijer Cheese and Peanut Butter Sandwich Crackers, UPC #0-41250-56235
- Meijer Toasty Peanut Butter Sandwich Crackers, UPC #0-41250-56239
- Meijer Peanut Butter and Jelly Ice Cream, UPC #00000007-19283-96635-3
- Meijer Peanut Butter Cup Ice Cream, UPC #00000007-19283-96843-2
- Clif Bar Chocolate Chip Peanut Crunch BEST BY/SELL BY: 21JUN09 to 01OCT09, and 03NOV09 to 28NOV09
- Clif Bar Crunchy Peanut Butter BEST BY/SELL BY: 21JUN09 to 01OCT09, and 03NOV09 to 28NOV09
- Clif Bar Peanut Toffee Buzz BEST BY/SELL BY: only 13SEP09
- ZBaR Peanut Butter BEST BY/SELL BY: 07JUL09 to 05SEP09, and 12NOV09
- Clif Builders Peanut Butter BEST BY/SELL BY: 19JUL09 to 30SEP09, and 05NOV09 to 18NOV09
- Luna Nutz over Chocolate BEST BY/SELL BY: 29JUL09 to 03OCT09, 11NOV09 to 14NOV09
- Luna Peanut Butter Cookie BEST BY/SELL BY: 02OCT09 to 03OCT09, and 11NOV09 to 14NOV09
- All Clif Mojo Bars BEST BY/SELL BY: 30APR09 to 21JUN09
The following Clif Bar & Company products, with “Best By/Sell By” dates on each bar ranging as shown below, all sizes and packages, are included in the initial and expanded voluntary recall:
CLIF BAR Crunchy Peanut Butter
BEST BY or SELL BY: 09OCT08 to 31DEC09
CLIF BAR Chocolate Chip Peanut Crunch
BEST BY or SELL BY: 09OCT08 to 31DEC09
CLIF BAR Peanut Toffee Buzz®
BEST BY or SELL BY: 09OCT08 to 31DEC09
CLIF Builder’s® Peanut Butter
SELL BY: 20SEP08 to 31DEC09
CLIF Kid Organic ZBaR™ Peanut Butter
BEST BY: 21OCT08 to 31DEC09
BEST BY: 28OCT08 to 31DEC09
LUNA® Peanut Butter Cookie
BEST BY: 28OCT08 to 31DEC09
All MOJO® and MOJO® Dipped bars
BEST BY: 01SEP07 to 31OCT09
- Peanut Butter Cookies and Peanut Butter Bars were distributed in retail stores through Evening Rise Bread Co., McCall, Idaho First Idaho Bank, McCall, Idaho Roadhouse Java, New Meadows, Idaho Mountain Java Coffee Shop, McCall, Idaho Common Ground Coffee Shop, McCall, Idaho and Moxy Java Coffee Shop, McCall, Idaho.
Classic Breaks Peanut Butter Cookie Dough with lot numbers:
- Classic Breaks Peanut Butter Cookie Dough – The product comes in a 2 pound rectangular-shaped package with a white wrapper. Classic Breaks Peanut Butter Cookie Dough products with the following lot numbers marked on the side are included in the recall: 22507, 24007, 24707, 29707, 31007, 36207, 03008, 03908, 04608, 06708, 11308, 11408, 21908, 26208, 26308, 29808, 33808, and 36508.
- Optimum Energy Bars Peanut Butter flavor – BEST BEFORE DATE OF 01OCT09A and sold in 2 oz (56 g) individually wrap bar with UPC code of 0 58449 77715 1.
Great Choice Dog Biscuits sold between Aug. 21, 2008 and Jan. 19, 2009:
- Small Assorted 32 oz., UPC 73725702900
- Small/Medium Assorted 4 lb., UPC 73725700601
- Small/Medium Assorted 8 lb., UPC 73725700605
- Small/Medium Assorted 10 lb., UPC 73725702755
- Large Assorted 8 lb., UPC 73725700638
- Extra Large Assorted 8 lb., UPC 73725700779
- Peanut Butter 4 lb., UPC 73725700766
- Ready Pac Cool Cuts Celery with Peanut Butter 12/6.75 oz By Dates of 12/27/08 to 2/2/09 and UPC: 077745-22415-2
- Trader Joe's Celery with Peanut Butter 12/6.75 oz By Dates of 12/27/08 to 2/2/09 and UPC: 0048-5401
- Trader Joe's Celery with Peanut Butter 30/6.75 oz By Dates of 12/27/08 to 2/2/09 and UPC: 0048-5401
- Eating Right Apples with Peanut Butter 12/6.75 oz By Dates of 12/27/08 to 2/2/09 and UPC: 0-79893-70175-2
- Eating Right Celery with Peanut Butter 12/6.75 oz By Dates of 12/27/08 to 2/2/09 and UPC: 0-79893-70172-1
- Peanut Butter Chewy Coated & Drizzled Granola Bars, 7.4-ounce (UPC 88713)
- Nutty Chocolate Chewy Coated & Drizzled Granola Bars 7.4-ounce (UPC 88721)
- Sutter’s Formula Cookies, 16-ounce (SKU 00176)
NutriSystem-branded Peanut Butter Granola Bar 1.41 ounces or 40 grams packaged in flexible film, lot codes:
The Peanut Butter Granola Breakfast bars are labeled in English with UPC code 6 32674 32016 2 and are labeled with dual English/French labeling with UPC code 6 32674 37016 7.
PEANUT BUTTER GRANOLA BAR
TC08158A, TC 08188A, TC09158A, TC09168A, TC09178A, TC11148A, TC11178A, TC03198A, TC04178A, TC05128A, TC05148A, TC05158A, TC05168A, TC06028A, TC06108A, TC06128A, TC06138A, TC06168A, TC06178A, TC07038A, TC07078A, TC07088A. TC08148A, TC09118A
PEANUT BUTTER GRANOLA BAR / BARRE GRANOLA AU BEURRE D’ARACHIDE
- TWISTED Nutrition Bar, Vanilla BEST BY: AUG 01 2009A (August 1, 2009), through JAN 09 2010A (January 9, 2010) TWISTED Nutrition Bar, Chocolate BEST BY: AUG 01 2009A (August 1, 2009), through JAN 09 2010A (January 9, 2010)
- TWISTED Nutrition Bar, Peanut Butter BEST BY: AUG 01 2009A (August 1, 2009), through JAN 09 2010A (January 9, 2010)
- TWISTED Nutrition Bar, Variety Packs 15 and 24 count DATED: 07/01/09 (July 1, 2009) through 01/09/10 (January 9, 2010)
- TITAN Nutrition Bar, Chocolate Peanut Crunch (80g size) BEST BY: SEP 04 2009A (September 4, 2009) through DEC 17 2009A (December 17, 2009)
- TITAN Nutrition Bar, Chocolate Peanut Crunch (25g size) BEST BY: SEP 04 2009A (September 4, 2009) through DEC 17 2009A (December 17, 2009
- Weis Quality label: Weis Quality (WQ) Cheese Peanut Butter Sandwich Crackers, 11-ounce (UPC 41497-56442)
- Weis Quality Toasted Peanut Butter Sandwich Crackers 11-ounce (UPC 41497-56443)
The following recalled products were manufactured by Weis Markets:
• Weis Quality Premium Ice Cream Nutty Cone 56-ounce Sundae (UPC 041497-01238)
• Weis Quality Light Ice Cream Nutty Cone 56-ounce Sundae (UPC 041497-01386)
• Weis Quality Monkey Business 56-ounce Premium Ice Cream(UPC 041497-01223)
• Weis Quality Light Ice Cream Tin Roof Sundae 56-ounce (UPC 041497-01385)-discontinued and out of stock since end of September)
• Weis Quality Premium Ice Cream Peanut Perfection 56-ounce (UPC 041497-01236-discontinued and out of stock since end of August).
The following recalled items were manufactured by Fieldbrook Foods:
• Weis Quality Round Top Sundae Cones 4-ct (UPC 041497-01157)
In addition, Weis Markets has also issued a recall for an eighth ice cream product manufactured by Weis Markets and supplied to Food City, which sells the ice cream in its retail stores in: Kentucky, Virginia and Tennessee. The product is sold as: Food City Premium Tin Roof Sundae Ice Cream 56-ounce (UPC 87848-10231).
- Asian Marinated Flank Steak with Sesame Vegetable meal
- Stir Fry, Indonesian Chicken with Coconut Rice meal
- Chicken Satay & Bangkok Peanut Sauce with Jasmine Rice meal
- POCO PAC®, and GRANDE GOURMET™ peanut butter products were distributed nationally for use in foodservice institutions. The products were distributed in 0.5 oz., 0.75 oz., 1 oz., 1.12 oz., 2 oz., 2.25 oz. and 3 oz. individual plastic containers labeled with POCO PAC®, ™ or GRANDE GOURMET™, as well as unbranded 16 oz., 5 lb. and 50 lb. bulk plastic containers.
- Landies Premium Milk Chocolate Peanut Butter Cups 11 oz. bags, sold at Wilson Farms stores UPC 013065502167 lot # 345
- Wegmans Swiss Recipe Ultimate Peanut Butter Cups 8 oz. tubs, UPC 77890 12946, lot # 273
- Wegmans Swiss Recipe Medium Chocolate Holiday Platter 23 oz., UPC 77890 15526, sold between 10-31-08 and 1-21-09
- Wegmans Swiss Recipe Large Chocolate Holiday Platter 51 oz., UPC 77890 15529, sold between 10-31-08 and 1-21-09
- Wegmans Swiss Recipe Large Chocolate Holiday Platter with Sponge Candy 49 oz., UPC 77890 15530, sold between 10-31-08 and 1-21-09
- Wegmans Swiss Recipe Ultimate Peanut Butter Cups, also available at Wegmans in bulk food bins and in random weight packages, Bin # 79966, sold between 10-31-08 and 1-21-09
- Peanut Covered Donuts (sold individually)
- Peanut Butter Cookies (sold by the pound, only in Wegmans stores with a full-service Cookie Shop)
- Chocolate Peanut Butter Tarts (sold only in Wegmans stores with a full-service Patisserie)
- Health Valley Organic Peanut Crunch Chewy Granola Bars, 6.1 oz box # 0-35742 15483-4 Lot codes 13JUN09, 14JUN09, 28JUL09, (the lot code can be found on the left hand side of the top panel).
Cookies may have been sold from trays in the bakery counter or in individual packages with grocery store labels. The name “Best Brands Corp.” would not appear on the consumer package.
- Best Brands Corp. 1.25 oz Peanut Butter Precut Frozen Cookie Dough, 22.5 lb case, 288 cookies per case (Item #1003-01)
- Best Brands Corp. 1.5 oz Custom Peanut Butter Precut Frozen Cookie Dough, 20.25 lb case, 216 cookies per case (Item #1046-01)
- Best Brands Corp. 1.25 oz Custom Peanut Butter Precut Frozen Cookie Dough, 18.75 lb case, 240 cookies per case (Item #1046-02)
- Best Brands Corp. 2 oz Custom Peanut Butter Precut Frozen Cookie Dough, 25 lb case, 200 cookies per case (Item #1046-05)
- Best Brands Corp. 1.5 oz Custom Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Precut Frozen Cookie Dough, 20.25 lb case, 216 cookies per case (Item #1047-01)
- Best Brands Corp. 1.5 oz Custom Reese's® Peanut Butter Precut Frozen Cookie Dough, 20.25 lb case, 216 cookies per case (Item #1048-01)
- Best Brands Corp. 3 oz Original Peanut Butter Precut Frozen Cookie Dough, 21 lb case, 112 cookies per case (Item #1610-12)
- Best Brands Corp. 1.5 oz ZT Custom Peanut Butter Precut Frozen Cookie Dough, 20.25 lb case, 216 cookies per case (Item #4367-01)
- Best Brands Corp. 1.5 oz ZT Custom Reese's® Peanut Butter Precut Frozen Cookie Dough, 20.25 lb case, 216 cookies per case (Item #4369-01)
- Best Brands Corp. Peanut Butter Frozen Cookie Dough, 18 lb pail (Item #5201-67)
• Best Brands Corp. 1.25 oz Peanut Butter Precut Frozen Cookie Dough, 22.5 lb case, 288 cookies per case (Item #1003-01, Case UPC Code 10035074100315)
• Best Brands Corp. 1.5 oz Custom Peanut Butter Precut Frozen Cookie Dough, 20.25 lb case, 216 cookies per case (Item #1046-01, Case UPC Code 10035074104610)
• Best Brands Corp. 1.25 oz Custom Peanut Butter Precut Frozen Cookie Dough, 18.75 lb case, 240 cookies per case (Item #1046-02, Case UPC Code 10035074104627)
• Best Brands Corp. 2 oz Custom Peanut Butter Precut Frozen Cookie Dough, 25 lb case, 200 cookies per case (Item #1046-05, Case UPC Code 10035074104658)
• Best Brands Corp. 1.5 oz Custom Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Precut Frozen Cookie Dough, 20.25 lb case, 216 cookies per case (Item #1047-01, Case UPC Code 10035074104719)
• Best Brands Corp. 1.5 oz Custom Reese’s® Peanut Butter Precut Frozen Cookie Dough, 20.25 lb case, 216 cookies per case (Item #1048-01, Case UPC Code 10035074104818)
• Best Brands Corp. 3 oz Original Peanut Butter Precut Frozen Cookie Dough, 21 lb case, 112 cookies per case (Item #1610-12, Case UPC Code 10035074161026)
• Best Brands Corp. Gourmet Peanut Butter Frozen Cookie Dough, 18 lb pail (Item #1659-66, Case UPC Code 10098086165963)
• Best Brands Corp. Gourmet Peanut Butter and Chocolate Chunk Frozen Cookie Dough, 18 lb pail (Item #1665-98, Case UPC Code 10098086166595)
• Best Brands Corp. 1.5 oz ZT Custom Peanut Butter Precut Frozen Cookie Dough, 20.25 lb case, 216 cookies per case (Item #4367-01, Case UPC Code 10035074436711)
• Best Brands Corp. 1.5 oz ZT Custom Reese’s® Peanut Butter Precut Frozen Cookie Dough, 20.25 lb case, 216 cookies per case (Item #4369-01, Case UPC Code 10035074436919)
• Best Brands Corp. Peanut Butter Frozen Cookie Dough, 18 lb pail (Item #5201-67, Case UPC Code 10035074520175)
The packages of cookie dough in the expanded recall contain lot codes between 0017-1 and 0139-1. The lot code is defined as follows: DDDY-B where DDD = Julian date, Y= year and B= batch. For example, a lot code of 0017-1 would represent the first batch produced on January 1, 2007.
- Baker Jo's Peanut Butter, Peanut Butter Chocolate Chunk, and Monster 3 lb. pails – Date codes: 08273, 08281
- Ovens of Ashley Monster 3 lb. pails – Date code: 08273
- Gourmet Cookie Dough Peanut Butter, and Peanut Butter Chocolate Chunk 3 lb. pails – Date code: 08273
- Gigi's Peanut Butter 3 lb. pail – Date code: 08281 Gigi's Peanut Butter 3 lb. corrugated box – Date code: 08277
- Arizona Gold Peanut Butter, and I love Peanut Butter 3 lb. pails – Date code: 08281
- ABC Dough Peanut Butter 3 lb. pails – Date codes: 08261, 08263, 08268, 08277, 08288, 08297
Nash Finch, the operator of stores named: SunMart Foods, Econofoods (excluding Wisconsin stores in Sturgeon Bay, Clintonville, Marquette, Holton and Iron Mountain), Prairie Market, Avanza Supermarket, Food Bonanza, Wholesale Food Outlet, Family Fresh Market, Family Thrift Center, and Pick'n Save (Ohio stores in Van Wert and Ironton only) is taking the precautionary measure of voluntarily recalling the following products made in the bakery departments of its corporate operated stores because they contain peanut butter that was supplied by Peanut Corporation of America (PCA) and has the potential to be contaminated with salmonella:
- Peanut Butter Cookies
- Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Cookies
- Mini Peanut Butter Cookies
- Monster Cookies
- Peanut Butter Grand Brownies
- Peanut Butter Blossom Cookies
- Puppy Chow snack mix
- Peanut Butter Rolls
- Peanut Butter Rice Crisp Bar
- Special K-Bar
- Rolls and Cakes Iced with Peanut Butter Cream.
All sell-by dates are included in this recall.
Items affected by recall are listed below. Items will be marked with either an “exp” (as in expiration date), “best before” date or a lot code. The expiration date or the best before date will read either 11/01/07 through 12/31/07, 01/01/08 through 12/31/08, or 01/01/09 through 07/22/09. Lot numbers affected would be 07180 sequentially through 09022. These expiration numbers or lot numbers can be found on the bottom label next to the ingredient statement, or on the outside master case/tray.
SKU (number next to bar code
used for scanning)
SinbadSweets.com 12pc Peanut Butter Princess
Sinbad® Special Baklava Assortment
Sinbad® Sweets Peanut Butter Baskets, uncupped
0 38105 10933 0
0 38105 10939 7
Sinbad® Sweets Baklava Assortment
19 pc Bakery and Sweets
Sinbad® Special European Baklava Assortment (#10989)
0 38105 10944 1
0 38105 10985 4
0 77589 37240 8
Sinbad® Sweets Enrobed Peanut Butter Princesses
Sinbad® Sweets Peanut Butter Baskets, cupped
Sinbad® Sweets Peanut Butter Baskets (#11949)
0 38105 11939 6
0 77589 33213 3
Rain Creek Baking Company® Peanut Butter Princesses
Rain Creek Baking Company® Peanut Butter Turtles
Rain Creek Baking Company® Peanut Butter Turtle Shells
Sinbad® Galleta estilo Baklava
Sinbad® Sweets Peanut Butter Princess Baklava
Sinbad® Galletas estilo Baklava
Rain Creek Baking Company® Baklava Assortment *
Rain Creek Baking Company® Baklava Assortment
Rain Creek Baking Company® Baklava Assortment
0 38105 20213 5
0 38105 20207 4
Sinbad® Sweets European Baklava Assortment *
Sinbad® Sweets Baklava & Sweets
Sinbad® Sweets Baklava & Sweets
Sinbad® Sweets Caffe Sweets
Sinbad® Sweets Baklava & Sweets
0 38105 22143 3
0 38105 22204 0
Sinbad® Sweets Caffe Sweets Peanut Butter Tartlets
Rain Creek Baking Corporation® Baklava Assortment *
0 38105 22257 7
0 38105 22280 5
Michael’s Baklava Assortment
Rain Creek Baking Corporation® Hand Crafted Baklava
Items with an asterisk (*) are the only 2009 produced items (when looking for lot numbers). These products were sold in grocery, warehouse and other retail stores throughout the United States. It is possible that some products may have already been purchased by consumers and therefore anyone who has purchased the following products with the expiration dates listed should dispose of the product or return the product to the store for a full refund.
The following products, in all sizes and packages, with the "Best By" dates ranging from 06/Sept/09 thru 16/Jan/10 are included in the recall:
- Peanut Butter Tri-O-Plex Duo Bar (100 gram)
- Peanut Butter Tri-O-Plex Cookie (85 gram)
- Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Tri-O-Plex Cookie (85 gram)
- Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Tri-O-Plex Lite Bites Cookie (57 gram)
- Peanut Butter Tri-O-Plex Brownie (85 gram)
- Jimmy’s Cookies and One Smart Cookie Peanut Butter Chocolate Chunk cookies in retail pack sizes 4 oz, 12.5 oz, and 18 oz. and cookie dough in 15 lb, 20 lb and 25 lb foodservice pack sizes with pack dates 12/4/08 - 1/14/09.
- A8296-8291 / EXPIRATION DATE 10/2009
- A8331-8291 / EXPIRATION DATE 10/2009
- A8331-8309 / EXPIRATION DATE 11/2009
- B8331-8309 / EXPIRATION DATE 11/2009
- C8331-8309 / EXPIRATION DATE 11/2009
- A8336-8291 / EXPIRATION DATE 10/2009
- Chocolate Peanut Butter Cup 1442 manufactured on 11/6/08, lot code 08296, 30 pound case.
- Peanut Butter Cookies & Crème Organic Bark 2348 manufactured on 10/3/08, lot code 08277, 10 pound case.
- Peanut Butter Milk Blend 2310 manufactured on 07/31/08, lot code 08184, 30 pound case.
- Archer Farms Brand Milk Chocolate Monster Chewy Soft Baked Cookies 8.6oz, UPC 85239 09156 Recalled date codes include: 26Jan2009A, 31Jan2009A, 09Feb2009B, 09Feb2009A, 14Feb2009B2, 17Feb2009B2, 08Mar2009B2, 15Mar2009B2, 21Mar2009A2, 12Apr2009A2, 21Apr2009A2, 16May2009B2, 23May2009A2, 31May2009B2
- Archer Farms Brand Double peanut Butter Chewy Soft Baked Cookies 8.6oz, UPC code 85239 09811 Recalled date codes include: 01Feb2009, 07Feb2009A, 14Feb2009B2, 17Feb2009B2, 16Mar2009A2, 22Mar2009A2, 12Apr2009A2, Apr 18 2009, 06May2009B2, 19May2009B2, 25May2009A2, 02Jun2009A2, 13Jun2009B2
- Sam’s Choice Brand Milk Chocolate Peanut Butter Cookies, codes: A517Jan09, A5Jan242009 (Sold at Wal Mart.)
NUTRILITE® energy bars are sold nationwide through direct sales. The products, SKUs, and manufacturing lots are being recalled are:
- Vanilla Pretzel Energy Bar, SKU/UPC 10-6529 lot numbers 8219A, 8242A, 8276A and 8304A
- Peanut Butter Energy Bar, SKU/UPC 10-6530 lot numbers 8294A and 8340A
- Chocolate Nut Roll Energy Bar, SKU/UPC 10-6528 lots numbers 8287A, 8357A and 8246A
- Product Intro Kit, SKU/UPC E9745 lot numbers 8275BPS1, 8275BPS2, 8275BPS3, 8275MSN1, 8275MSN2 and 8275MSN3.
- ShopRite Peanut Butter on Toasty Crackers, all sizes
- ShopRite Peanut Butter and Cheese Cracker Snacks, all sizes.
Whole Foods Carob Energee Nuggets
- The recalled products were distributed to Whole Foods Market stores in California, Oregon, Washington, and Nevada. The product comes in a nine-ounce, clear plastic package with a label reading "Whole Foods Carob Energee Nuggets" and bears a UPC of 999482-000274. All lot codes are being recalled.
The following list of products was distributed nationwide to consumers through the nine Stonewall Kitchen Company Stores, Stonewall Kitchen’s direct-to-consumer division (catalog/internet) and through their wholesale division. Products could have been purchased individually or within a gift basket. This recall affects all product codes and expiration dates for:
- Stonewall Kitchen Chocolate Hazelnut Sauce (SKU 161312) – round glass jar, 12 oz.
- Stonewall Kitchen Chocolate Peanut Butter (SKU 161211) – round glass jar, 12 oz.
- Stonewall Kitchen Coffee Caramel Sauce (SKU 161204) – round glass jar, 13 oz.
- Stonewall Kitchen Dulce de Leche Sauce (SKU 161214) – round glass jar, 12.5 oz.
- Barefoot Contessa Espresso Dulce de Leche (SKU 542313) – round glass jar, 10.5 oz.
Additionally, the following list of products was distributed nationwide to consumers through A-Hold Corporation (Stop & Shop and Giant stores). This recall affects all product codes and expiration dates for:
- Simply Enjoy Coffee Caramel Sauce – square glass jar, 13 oz.
- Simply Enjoy Chocolate Peanut Butter Sauce – square glass jar, 12 oz.
Bars See link for the full list of lots being recalled.
LÄRABAR Peanut Butter Cookie Individual Bar
- Individual Bar 54818-00014-7 (UPC)
- Caddy (16-bar sleeve) 54818-00064-2
- 6-bar pack 93759-00298-8
- 6-bar, 6-pack case 93759-00299-5
- UPC Case Code 54818-00085-7
JamFrakas Peanut Butter Blisscrisp snack bars
- Individual bar 93759-00212-4 (UPC)
- Caddy (18-bar sleeve) 93759-00213-1
- UPC Case Code 93759-00214-8
- 6" Beef Shank Peanut Butter, UPC 063725542007
- 2pk Hooves Peanut Butter, UPC 063725542000
- 4" Rawhide Bone Peanut Butter, UPC 063725542003
- 6" Rawhide Bone Peanut Butter, UPC 063725542005
- 6” Healthy Hide Beef Shank Peanut Butter, UPC 09109333479
Item #: 37237 Naturally Preferred Honey Nut Nuggets, UPC 011100372376, 8 oz. Bag Lot Codes: Nov1209DD 19 cases total Nov0209GB 27 cases totalAug3009DB 126 cases total Jly 1709DA 125 cases total
- Item #: 022157 SunRidge Tropical Golden Nugget UPC 086700221570, 10 lb Case Lot Codes 2708, Total cases involved 34
- Item #: 021116 SunRidge Chocolate Energy Bar UPC 086700211168, 10 lb Case Lot Codes 2948, 3108, 3388, Total cases involved 93
- Item #: 868064 SunRidge Energy Nuggets UPC 086700680643, 8 oz. Bag Lot Codes 2490893, Total cases involved 31 (12 bags per case)
Brand Flavor Lot Code:
- Can Do Kid Cookies & Cream 102109
- Can Do Kid Chocolate Crunch 102109
- Isagenix IsaLean Choc. Dipped Honey Peanut 11390108
- Isagenix IsaLean Choc. Dipped Honey Peanut 11390208
- Isagenix IsaLean Choc. Dipped Honey Peanut 12390308
- Isagenix IsaLean Choc. Dipped Honey Peanut 12390808
- Nestle Optifast Honey Nut ’n Oat 83375007CA
- Zone 3 Carb Chocolate Brownie 111109
- Think Thin Chocolate Mudslide 122809
- Think Thin Chocolate Mudslide 20410
- Think Thin Dark Chocolate 122909
- Think Thin Dark Chocolate 20510
- Promax 70 Double Fudge Brownie 30-Dec-09
- Promax 70 Cookies and Cream 5-Jan-10
- Promax Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough 20-Dec-09
- Promax Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough 20-Jan-10
- Shaklee Cinch Lemon Cranberry CE8296
- Shaklee Cinch Lemon Cranberry CE8353
- Shaklee Cinch Peanut Butter Crunch CE8295
- Shaklee Cinch Chocolate Decadence CE8294
- Shaklee Cinch Chocolate Decadence CE8296
- Jenny’s Cuisine® Anytime Peanut Butter Flavor Nutritional Bars (UPC Code 655447009347) for U.S and P.R. distribution with the following BEST BEFORE DATES: MAY1209ALO, MAY1209BLO, MAY2409BLO, MAY2509BLO, MAY2509ALO, MAY2609ALO, & MAY2609BLO
- Isagenix Chocolate Dipped Honey Peanut IsaLean® Bars (UPC # 602410) are sold nationwide through a network of independent direct sales distributors. Lot numbers included in the voluntary recall are 11390108, 11390208, 12390308 & 12390808. Lot numbers appear on both the carton and individual bars.
Healthy-hide Deli-wrap 3-Pack 5” Peanut Butter-Filled Rawhide dog treats the UPC of the voluntarily recalled product is 09109333354.
The product comes in a clear plastic bag with attached header card and the name Deli Wraps on the front. The package is a 3-count of 5” chew treats and the Universal Product Code is 0-91093-33354-0. All packages are marked with one of the following lot codes: A 08 208, A 08 212, A 08 232, A 08 234, A 08 263, A 08 264, A 08 268, A 08 275, A 08 276 or A 08 277. This code can be found on the backside of the header card.
Salix LLC of Deerfield Beach, FL a manufacturer of rawhide dog chew products, is voluntarily recalling its Healthy Hide 6” Peanut Butter Filled Shank Bone. The product comes in a clear plastic bag with attached header card and the name Healthy Hide is on the front. The package is a 1-count 6” Peanut Butter Filled Shank Bone and the Universal Product Code is 0-91093-33479-0. All packages are marked with one of the following lot codes: between CP 20081508 and CP 20012209. This code can be found on the backside of the package.
- Meijer Bulk Dry Roasted Peanuts, UPC #2-18537-00000-8
- Markets of Meijer Dry Roasted Peanuts, UPC #7-19283-91733-1
- Meijer Vanilla Sundae Cone w/ Peanuts (with Garfield on packaging) UPC #7-19283-74019-9
- Meijer Vanilla Sundae Cone w/ Peanuts (without Garfield on packaging) UPC #7-19283-91235-0
- Meijer Fudge Sundae Cone w/ Peanuts (with Garfield on packaging) UPC #7-19283-74020-5
- Meijer Fudge Sundae Cone w/ Peanuts (without Garfield on packaging) UPC #7-19283-91245-9
Johnstown, Pennsylvania (January 30, 2009) – The Galliker Dairy Co. is voluntarily recalling all three-gallon containers of Galliker-brand Rocky Road ice cream and Galliker-brand Sundae Nut Cones sold to foodservice and retail outlets in Pennsylvania and West Virginia.
The Rocky Road ice cream is packaged in three-gallon paperboard containers with a paper lid. Products with code dates (lot numbers) of 008-08, 086-08, and 176-08 are being recalled. These lot numbers are printed on the package labels that are found on the lid and sidewall of each container. No UPC is contained on the package.
The Sundae Cones are individually wrapped and distributed in a 24-pack paperboard box. Products with codes dates prior to 01/29/10 are involved. These code dates are printed on the outside of the paperboard box. No UPC is contained on either the box or the cones package.
Simbree® Oat Almond Pistash, Simbree® Almond Pistachio Energy Bites and Simbree® Oat Bites with Peanuts, Almonds and Pistachios/ Bouchées d’avoine aux arachides, amandes et pistaches are sold in 6oz/170g plastic clear pouches, pre-printed bags and 15oz/426g clear plastic canisters. The expiration dates range from 02/2009-02/2010. UPC codes are found on US and Canadian individual packages and Canadian cases only.
- United States and Canadian UPC codes for 6 oz/170g individual packages: 8 9484800006 9
- United States and Canadian UPC codes for 15oz/426g individual packages: 8 9484800002 1
- Canadian case UPC codes for 6oz/170g: 8 9484800024 3
- Canadian case UPC for codes 15oz/170g: 8 9484800027 4
- Chef Pierre Chocolate Peanut Butter Silk Pie, UPC code 3210005095, has an individual package weight of 34 ounces and is sold frozen with four packaged pies in each case. The product subject to this recall is code marked with a Julian code: 7103, 7201, 7242, 7331, 8018, 8133, 8199, 8256, and 8305 which can be found above the product name on the front panel of each individual package. This product was sold and distributed nationally to foodservice companies and sold to consumers through Sara Lee outlet stores and other foodservice establishments.
Wells’ Dairy, Inc., is voluntarily recalling all Blue Bunny® No Sugar Added Reduced Fat Bunny Tracks® ice cream sold at retail and foodservice levels in 1.75 qt plastic containers with All Codes displaying “Best Used By” dates prior to January 29, 2010. Best used by date is located on the bottom of the carton.
Wells’ Dairy is also voluntarily recalling one lot of Blue Bunny Personals® Bunny Tracks 8 fl oz. sold at retail and foodservice levels with lot number – 80024 D19114 “Best Used By” date 09/11/09. The lot number can be found printed on the side of the carton.
Blue Bunny Personals® Bunny Tracks® 8 fl oz. sold at retail and foodservice levels to include Lot Number 80030 “Best Use By” datde 11/17/2009. The lot number can be found printed on the side of the carton.
Product was packed in 2-5 lb bag packs and sold to Safeway grocery stores for sale in bulk by weight, in “Nut Hut” kiosks in various U.S. stores throughout the nation. All Lots of the following products are impacted by this voluntary recall.
Peanuts Dry Roasted Unsalted
Peanuts Dry Roasted with Salt
Organic Peanuts Runner Splits Dry Roasted Unsalted
Peanuts Blanched Runner Splits Dry Roasted Unsalted
Peanuts Blanched Runner Splits Dry Roasted with Salt
Organic Peanuts Runner Splits Dry Roasted with Salt
Arico Peanut Butter Cookies (4.76 oz stand-up pouch with UPC 1 82363 00022 1)
- Sell-by dates of “080309” and “100509”
- Date code is printed on the top, front, left of each pouch OR on the case label as 08/03/09 and 10/05/09
Arico Peanut Butter Cookie Bars (1.4 oz with UPC 1 82363 00006 1)
- Sell-by date of AUG0409 M03098
- Date code is printed on the middle, back of individual bar wrapper OR on the case label as 08/04/09
Uncle Eddies Vegan Peanut Butter Chocolate-Chip Cookies
Recalled date codes include the code for peanut butter, 2 and a Julian date.
Example: 21509 is read as the 15th day of 2009. Recalled dates are: 221408 thru and including 21509 (READ AS THE 214TH DAY OF 2008 THRU AND INCLUDING THE 15TH DAY OF 2009.)
These ice cream novelties are sold nationwide at retail stores, convenience stores and possibly in vending machines.
The ice cream novelties included in this recall are:
Products impacted by the recall include all sizes of Bear Naked All-Natural Appalachian Trail Mix with a “Better if Used Before” date prior to February 01, 2010, and with the following bar codes on the package: 85641600187, 85641600141, 85641600174, 85641642518, 85641600189, and 88462343792
Affected products as of January 30, 2009 include: Optimum Energy Bars Peanut Butter flavor BEST BEFORE 01OCT09A, BEST BEFORE 03FEB09B, and BEST BEFORE 29APR09B sold in 2 oz (56 g) individually wrapped bar with UPC code of 0 58449 77715 .
- 6pk Aldi Sundae Shoppe Vanilla Sundae Cones, Aldi, Batavia, IL, UPC 4149815643, Best By: January 1, 2008 through July 31, 2008
- 6pk Aldi Sundae ShoppeCaramel Core Sundae Cones, Aldi, Batavia, IL, UPC 4149818629, Best By: January 1, 2008 through December 21, 2008
- 6pk Aldi Sundae Shoppe Fudge Core Sundae Cones, Aldi, Batavia, IL, UPC 4149818628, Best By: January 1, 2008 through September 31, 2008
- 50ct Artic Star Variety Pack, Ice Cream Specialties, Inc., St. Louis, MO, UPC 7273069059, Lots 0017 through 0149
- 6pk Best Choice Sundae cones, AWG, Springfield, MO, UPC 7003859635, Lots 0017 through 2138
- 4pk Component Vanilla Sundae Cones, Ice Cream Specialties, Inc., St. Louis, MO, UPC 7273066022, Lots 0017 through 0149
- 4pk Component Fudge Core Sundae Cones, Ice Cream Specialties, Inc., St. Louis, MO, UPC 7273066067, Lots 0017 through 0149
- 6pk Component Vanilla Sundae Cones, Ice Cream Specialties, Inc., St. Louis, MO, UPC 7273066022, Lots 0017 through 0149
- 6pk Component Fudge Core Sundae Cones, Ice Cream Specialties, Inc., St. Louis, MO, UPC 7273066067, Lots 0017 through 0149
- 18ct Component Vanilla Sundae Cones, Ice Cream Specialties, Inc., St. Louis, MO, UPC 7273066072, Lots 0017 through 0149
- 6pk Country Delight Sundae Cones, Certified Grocers, Hodgekins, IL, UPC 7287090629, Lots 0017 through 0149
- Bulk DeConna Nutty Buddy, Deconna Ice Cream Company, Orange Lake, FL, UPC 1297124247, Lots 0017 through 0149
- Bulk DeConna Incredible Crunch Bars, Deconna Ice Cream Company, Orange Lake, FL, UPC 1297124225, Lots 0017 through 2128
- Bulk Deconna Everyday Sundae Cones, Deconna Ice Cream Company, Orange Lake, FL, UPC 1297124242, Lots 0017 through 0149
- 6pk Flav-O-Rich Nutty Royale, Payco Foods Corp, Bayamon, Puerto Rico, UPC 7230070732, Lots 0017 through 0149
- 6pk Hy-Top Sundae Cones, Federated Group Incorporated, Arlington Heights, IL, UPC 5070003490, Lots 0017 through 1517
- 8pk Jewel Sundae Nut Cones, Supervalu, Eden Prairie, MN, UPC 4128011853, Lots 0017 through 0149
- 6pk Kemps Vanilla Sundae Cone, Kemps, St. Paul, MN, UPC 4148302575, Lots 0017 through 0149
- 6pk Kemps Combo Sundae Cones, Kemps, St. Paul, MN, UPC 4148302576, Lots 0017 through 0149
- 6pk Kemps Caramel Sundae Cones, Kemps, St. Paul, MN, UPC 4148303059, Lots 0017 through 0149
- Bulk Kemps Vanilla Sundae Cones, Kemps, St. Paul, MN, UPC 4148303439, Lots 0017 through 0149
- Bulk Kemps Combo Sundae Cones, Kemps, St. Paul, MN, UPC 4148303440 and 4148303439, Lots 0017 through 0149
- 6pk Market Pantry Sundae Cones, Target Corporation, Minneapolis, MN, UPC 8523907614, Best By: July 1, 2008 through July 12, 2010
- 6pk Megaroons Sundae Cones, LAS Brands, Kansas City, KS, UPC 9943021739, Lots 0017 through 0317
- 6pk Nestle NIC Crocanti Crunch Bars, Payco Foods Corp, Bayamon, Puerto Rico, UPC 5105255247, Best By: January 1, 2008 through January 14, 2010
- Bulk Nestle NIC Crocanti Crunch Bars, Payco Foods Corp, Bayamon, Puerto Rico, UPC 5105257211, Best By: January 1, 2008 through January 14, 2010
- 4pk Nestle GFY NSA Sundae Cones, Payco Foods Corp, Bayamon, Puerto Rico, UPC 5105252586, Best By: January 1, 2008 through January 14, 2010
- 6pk North Star Nutty Royale, Ice Cream Specialties, Inc., St. Louis, MO, UPC 7273062013, Lots 0017 through 0149
- Bulk Nestle NIC Sundae Cones, Payco Foods Corp, Bayamon, Puerto Rico, UPC 5105217511, Best By: January 1, 2008 through January 14, 2010
- Bulk North Star Nutty Royale, Ice Cream Specialties, Inc., St. Louis, MO, UPC 7273066000, Lots 0017 through 0149
- 40ct North Star Variety Pack, Ice Cream Specialties, Inc., St. Louis, MO, UPC 7273069064, Lots 0017 through 0149
- Bulk North Star Combo Sundae Cones, Caramel, Ice Cream Specialties, Inc., St. Louis, MO, UPC 7273066033, Lots 0017 through 0149
- Bulk North Star Vanilla Sundae Cones, Ice Cream Specialties, Inc., St. Louis, MO, UPC 7273066044, Lots 0017 through 0149
- Bulk North Star Sweet Wise Sundae Cones, Ice Cream Specialties, Inc., St. Louis, MO, UPC 7273066057, Lots 0017 through 0149
- 6pk North Star Vanilla Sundae Cones, Ice Cream Specialties, Inc., St. Louis, MO, UPC 7273062045, Lots 0017 through 0149
- 6pk North Star Caramel Sundae Cones, Ice Cream Specialties, Inc., St. Louis, MO, UPC 7273062050, Lots 0017 through 0149
- 6pk North Star Combo Sundae Cones, Ice Cream Specialties, Inc., St. Louis, MO, UPC 7273062046, Lots 0017 through 0149
- 6pk North Star Sweet Wise Sundae Cones, Ice Cream Specialties, Inc., St. Louis, MO, UPC 7273062055, Lots 0017 through 0149
- 24ct North Star Variety Pack Sundae Cones, Ice Cream Specialties, Inc., St. Louis, MO, UPC 7273069054, Lots 0017 through 0149
- 6pk Our Family Sundae Cones, Nash Finch, Cedar Rapids, IA, UPC 7025371205, Lots 0017 through 0149
- 6pk Pierre's Vanilla Sundae Cones, Pierre's French Ice Cream Company, Cleveland, OH, UPC 4817810701, Lots 0017 through 3557
- Bulk Pierre's Vanilla Sundae Cones, Pierre's French Ice Cream Company, Cleveland, OH, UPC 4817810801, Lots 0017 through 0149
- 4pk Pierre's NSA Slender Sundae Cones, Pierre's French Ice Cream Company, Cleveland, OH, UPC 4817894601, Lots 0017 through 0149
- 6pk Piggly Wiggly Sundae Cones, Piggly Wiggly, Keene, NH, UPC 1234567890, Lots 0017 through 0149
- 6pk Piggly Wiggly Sundae Cones, Piggly Wiggly, Keene, NH, UPC 4129011220, Lots 0017 through 0149
- 6pk Ruggles Sundae Cones, Smith Dairy, Orrville, OH, UPC 7042409015, Lots 0017 through 0149
- Bulk Ruggles Sundae Cones, Smith Dairy, Orrville, OH, UPC 7042409115, Lots 0017 through 0149
- 6pk Ruggles Combo Sundae Cones, Smith Dairy, Orrville, OH, UPC 7042409003, Lots 0017 through 0149
- 6pk Ruggles Vanilla Sundae Cones, Smith Dairy, Orrville, OH, UPC 7042409002, Lots 0017 through 0149
- Bulk Ruggles Vanilla Sundae Cones, Smith Dairy, Orrville, OH, UPC 7042409110, Lots 0017 through 0149
- Bulk Shamrock Farms Nutty Sundae Cones, Shamrock Foods, Phoenix, AZ, UPC 2830090170, Lots 0017 through 0149
- 6pk Shurfresh Sundae Cones, Shurfine International, Inc., Northlake, IL, UPC 1116145053, Lots 0017 through 0317
- 6pk Southern Belle Sundae Cones, Southern Belle Dairy, Somerset, KY, UPC 7163200142, Lots 0017 through 0149
- 6pk Super A Nut Sundae Cones, Associated Foods Stores, Hewlett, NY, UPC 2362755065, Lots 0017 through 0149
- 36ct Supreme Indulgence Variety Pack, Ice Cream Specialties, Inc., St. Louis, MO, UPC 7273069150, Lots 0017 through 2448
- 6pk Turner Nutty Buddy, Turner Dairy, Covington, TN, UPC 7077009016, Lots 0017 through 0149
- Bulk Velvet Olde Mill Sundae Cones, Velvet Ice Cream Company, Utica, OH, UPC 7068210820, Lots 0017 through 0149
- 4pk Velvet Olde Mill Vanilla Sundae Cones, Velvet Ice Cream Company, Utica, OH, UPC 7068210824, Lots 0017 through 0149
- 6pk Wegmans Sundae Nut Cones, Wegmans Food Markets, Rochester, NY, UPC 7789032607, Best By: October 1, 2007 - October 14, 2010
- 6pk White Rose Sundae Cones, White Rose Food, Carteret, NJ, UPC 1119680168, Lots 0017 through 0149
East Side Entrees of Woodbury, NY, is recalling a single code date of Peanut Butter & Jelly Meal BREAKS, because a 2.2 oz. packet of peanut butter contained within has the potential to be contaminated with Salmonella.
The Peanut Butter & Jelly Meal BREAKS meal kit (product number 61402) is identified as an orange and blue box with a printed banner across the upper left quarter of the front panel containing the words “Meal BREAKS”. There is a blue sticker on the front panel with the words, “peanut butter and jelly”. The code date of the affected product is Use By June 24, 09. This code date can be found on the outside of the shipping container. A code of 9175TESxxx can also be found on the bottom flap of the Meal BREAKS box. The UPC number is 006 93392 61402 5.
Monday, June 19, 2006
FAAN: Walk for Food Allergy
Milk and dairy allergies are among the commonest food allergies in the world. They're problem with the immune system running amok. Nobody really understand why they happen, or why they seem to be getting worse.
So FAAN - The Food Allergy & Anaphylaxis Network – is holding its third annual Walk for Food Allergy, to be held in cities across the country this fall.
Beginning August 19 and ending on November 18, thousands of families nationwide will be taking part in the third annual nationwide Walk for Food Allergy: Moving Toward A Cure campaign intended to increase awareness and raise research funding for a disease that currently has no cure. The disease is food allergy, which currently affects 12 million Americans. The Food Allergy & Anaphylaxis Network (FAAN), the nation's leading nonprofit, patient advocacy organization, dedicated to increasing education and advancing research on food allergy and anaphylaxis, will be spearheading these events in 18 cities across the nation.
The Walk for Food Allergy will be occurring in Arizona, California, Colorado, Georgia, Illinois, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Texas, Washington, D.C., and Wisconsin. Registration is now open for walk enthusiasts from every walk of life to benefit FAAN's ongoing research and education efforts. For registration and a complete list of all of the walk locations and dates, please visit FAAN's Web site at www.foodallergy.org.
Monday, January 11, 2010
Everyday Chocolatier & Recipe: Bridget's Mole
Sisters and Brothers, with a new year I want to start offering you ever more. I hope to do at least monthly interviews with chocolatiers that I know starting with some friends I have who are skilled cooks who can apply their skills to the area of Chocolate. Please give me feedback and let me know what you think of this new category for The Chocolate Cult.
First on our list is a wonderful friend of mine I have known for a few years whose name you should learn because I think she is going to become well-known in the future as a professional cook, perhaps owning her own business after she finishes school. This is Bridget Kennedy. Currently she is a pursuing a degree at a University and plans to go culinary school in the fall. In the future, using both her small business knowledge, her innate talent for cooking and a fearless approach to trying anything in the kitchen, I think she'll have great success in the future. I'm going to let her speak for herself for the most part today.
How long have you been cooking and baking?
I've been experimenting in the kitchen probably since I was 5.
How did you learn to be as skilled and creative in the kitchen as I know you to be?
Survival mechanism. Neither of my parents were good cooks, but they loved good food. Needless to say we ate out a lot. Eventually, I took to trying things out in the kitchen. I also watched a ton of cooking shows when I was little. I followed those recipes and the ones in cookbooks around the house. Eventually I learned how to experiment. One day a friend said, "Oh I really don't follow recipes." And I was like, "that's possible?" After that it occurred to me that there were plenty of things I knew how to make by heart and that plenty of techniques could transfer to different recipes. Really it was a trial and error process. Now I read food news and blogs, and of course I still watch cooking shows on TV.
How long have you been working with chocolate and cocoa products in the kitchen?
Probably since I could move around in the kitchen. Despite my mother's lack of cooking skills. She tends to be a good baker. She has made
100 dozen cookies every Christmas since she was in college. And I have memories of dropping tons of chocolate chip cookies on to cookie sheets and attempting to eat the dough when she wasn't looking.
Given all the mass media concerns about weight and other health issues, it isn’t too surprising that chocolate is often in the middle of the debates, cited as an ingredient to avoid to or use . Have any health concerns affected how you use chocolate in your own kitchen? Why or why not? If so, how has it affected things?
Chocolate is full of antioxidants and isn't bad for you. What's bad for you is excessive amounts of sugar. When I make hot chocolate, I sweeten it with splenda. And when I want a treat, I eat a small amount of dark chocolate which is wonderfully complex and bitter so you really can't eat that much. In general, I don't eat dessert that often though. I probably have a dessert about once every two weeks. So when I do make one, I throw caution to the wind and make it as decadent as possible.
Are there any particular challenges you’ve encountered when using chocolate or cocoa?
I'm sure this has happened to everyone, but I tried making a ganache to dip cookies in back in high school. I washed out the pot, but didn't dry it and of course the chocolate seized. Lesson learned there. Although I wasn't really sure what happened until I snooped on the internet for like an hour.
Also I've burned white chocolate even when it was in a double boiler before. However that only contains cocoa butter and no cocoa solids so I'm not sure if that counts for your purposes.
How do you overcome those challenges?
Make sure water gets nowhere near the chocolate when you're melting it! And don't turn your back on it either. It can burn pretty easily.
Have you ever had a failure with chocolate?
I've had momentary setbacks, but I'm hard-pressed to think of an actual failure. I work hard to block failures from my memory.
What is your greatest success with using chocolate?
Mole! I love mole. It's a very complex sauce, and it's hard to get it right.
Could The Chocolate Cult have a photo of this success or another chocolate creation you are proud of?
Would you be willing to share that recipe with our Followers? (Doesn't this photo look delicious?)
This is a Rick Bayless recipe.
"Simple Red Mole Enchiladas with Shredded Chicken"
Serves 6 to 9 w about 6 cups of sauce
For 1 cup sweet-and-spicy ancho seasoning paste:
8 garlic cloves, unpeeled
8 medium dried ancho chiles, stemmed and seeded (about 4 oz)
1.5 teaspoons dried oregano, preferably Mexican
½ tsp black pepper
a scant 1/4 tsp cloves, preferably freshly ground
a big pinch of cumin
about 6 c chicken broth
3 Tb vegetable oil
2 oz whole almonds (about ½ c)
1 medium white onion, sliced 1/8 inch thick
1/4 c raisins
5 oz ripe tomatoes (1 small round or 2-3 plum)
scant ½ tsp cinnamon, preferably mexican canela ground
1/4 c roughly chopped Mexican chocolate (about 1.5 oz)
2 slices firm white bread, toasted (or ½ mexican bolillo)
sugar, about 1 Tb
Salt, about 2.5 tsp, depending on broth saltiness
18 corn tortillas
A spoonful or two sesame seeds
3 c cooked and shredded chicken
1. Making paste:
Roast unpeeled garlic on ungreased skilled over medium heat until soft and blackened in spots, about 15 min cool and peel. While garlic roasting, toast chiles on another side of skillet: 1 or 2 at a time, open them flat and press firmly on hot surface w a spatula. When they crackle, flip them and press down to toast on other side. In bowl, cover chiles with hot water and rehydrate 30 minutes, stirring to ensure even soaking. Drain and discard water.
Combine oregano, black pepper, cumin, cloves in a food processor along with chiles, garlic and 2/3 c of broth. Process. Add a little more liquid if needed to make a paste that goes through blender blades. Press through strainer into a bowl.
2. For mole:
In Dutch oven, heat 1.5 Tb oil. Add almonds and toast about 3 min. Using slotted spoon, remove almonds to a blender or food processor. Add half of the onion to the pan and cook until brown, about 10 minutes. Scoop into food processor with almonds. Add raisins, stir, then scoop in with almonds.
Roast tomatoes on baking sheet 4 inches below hot broiler until blackened on one side, about 6 minutes, then flip and roast the other side. Cool, peel, and add to the almond mixture along with the cinnamon, chocolate, and bread. Add 1 cup of broth and blend
Return the pot to medium high and add oil if needed. Add ancho mixture and cook, stirring until darker and very thick, about 5 minutes. Add almond mixture and cook until very thick again. Stir in rest of 4 1/3 cups broth, simmer over med-low 45 min
Taste and season with salt and sugar
Set up steamer heat to a boil. Wrap tortillas in 2 stacks in heavy kitchen towels, lay in the steamer, and cover tightly. Boil 1 min, turn off heat. Let stand 15 min.
Turn on oven to lowest setting and warm 6-9 plates. Toast sesame seeds in small skillet 2-3 min.
In med-size saucepan, combine chicken w 1.5 c mole and warm over medium heat. Bring remaining mole to a simmer
Make enchiladas by putting 2 Tb chicken into a tortilla, rolling, and placing on a warm dinner plate. Put 2-3 per plate and douse with hot mole. Strew with onion and sesame seeds
You can leave out the sesame seeds if they're not around. And don't' freak out about the raisins they just add a nice sweetness. Oh and you can get away with cooking the tortillas in a damp towel in the microwave :).
To cook the chicken poach chicken legs in water with salt, an onion sliced, some garlic, and a bay leaf. When it's done, shred the chicken off the bones and discard the skin. This will probably take 25 minutes. Skim off any foam that arises.
Finally, do you have a favorite cookbook of chocolate recipes, or do you prefer family recipes?
I don't have a favorite specifically chocolate cookbook. For cookies, I do tollhouse. An d otherwise I like Cook's Illustrated for reliable recipes sometimes they're a bit fussy though. When I need brownies though, they're a great resource. They have a cookbook that's just on baking that has some really great reviews.
Thank you so much for speaking with The Chocolate Cult today, Bridget.
Thank you, Sisters and Brothers for reading this interview today. Let me know what you think and I hope we can do more in the future.
Sisters and Brothers, may you too take the time to slowly appreciate what the Divine and human ingenuity have offered you in chocolate.