Learn how to make an ultimate charcuterie board at home
Charcuterie boards are all the rage these days and you’re sure to find them as a centerpiece at gatherings this holiday season. Now, there’s a trend that’s making them even more festive for the season. We’re talking about charcuterie wreaths! Yes, they’re designed exactly how this sounds.
Here are the Ann Arbor area farms offering subscriptions at upcoming virtual CSA fair
ANN ARBOR – The Michigan Statewide CSA Network will be hosting an upcoming virtual CSA fair featuring Michigan farms on Feb. 26. A Community Supported Agriculture share is a subscription program to a local farm in which you pay a farmer upfront for a regular delivery or pickup of their harvest. The CSA fair will consist of two drop-in Zoom sessions: one at “lunch hour” from noon to 1 p.m. and a “happy hour” session from 5-6 p.m. Regional breakout rooms will be available so you can learn more about which farms offer shares in your area. Here are the Ann Arbor area farms offering CSAs this year:Interested in participating in the fair?
Deforestation and Disease: Is beef consumption killing the planet?
The red meat trade is massive in Brazil and the United States, and many other places in the world. Chan School of Public Health, says too much beef consumption is harmful in more ways than one. “It’s hard to justify beef consumption,” Bernstein says red meat consumption is killing Americans, “So we know that red meat consumption is driving people to get diseases that are leading them to die early. Dr. Joe Eisenberg, Professor, and Chair of the Department of Epidemiology at the University of Michigan says science needs to reposition itself for a different perspective on climate change the connection to disease, “I’ve been working in climate change, and disease questions for decades, and it’s true that most climate change researchers Don’t think about the link to disease as much.”Eisenberg says he thinks people are thinking about it more now than ever before. What you can do to help slow down deforestation, climate change, and everything else attached.
Public health alert issued for ready to eat meat and poultry products due to possible foreign matter contamination
WASHINGTON – The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service is issuing a public health alert for ready-to-eat meat and poultry bowl products, due to concerns that the products may be contaminated with extraneous material, specifically glass. FSIS is issuing this public health alert out of the utmost of caution to ensure that consumers are aware that these products should not be consumed. The ready-to-eat meat and poultry items for this public health alert were produced by Taylor Farms in Dallas, Texas on Oct. 5 and Oct. 6. The following products subject to the public health alert are:10-oz. plastic bowl package containing “MEAL SIMPLE SPAGHETTI SQUASH AND PEPPERONI” with lot code TDF279AU23 and best by 10/15/2020; or lot code TDF280AU23 and best by 10/16/2020.
43,000 pounds of ground beef products recalled for possible E. coli contamination
WASHINGTON The U.S. Department of Agriculture announced Saturday a recall of nearly 43,000 pounds of ground beef products potentially contaminated with E. coli. The beef products were produced on June 1 and shipped to retail locations nationwide, officials said. vacuum packages containing Marketside Butcher Organic Grass-Fed Ground Beef and a use or freeze by date of 07/01/20 and lot code P-53298-82. pieces of Marketside Butcher Organic Grass-Fed Ground Beef Patties and a use or freeze by date of June 27, 2020 and lot code P-53934-28. The USDA has not yet released a retail distribution list for the recalled beef products.
USDA recalls ground beef products for possible E. coli contamination
WASHINGTON The U.S. Department of Agriculture announced Saturday a recall of nearly 43,000 pounds of ground beef products potentially contaminated with E. coli. The beef products were produced on June 1 and shipped to retail locations nationwide, officials said. The recall has been labeled a Class I by the USDA, which means consuming the ground beef products could result in serious, adverse health consequences or death. Individuals should be aware of E. coli symptoms that include dehydration, bloody diarrhea and abdominal cramps. vacuum packages containing Marketside Butcher Organic Grass-Fed Ground Beef and a use or freeze by date of 07/01/20 and lot code P-53298-82. The USDA has not yet released a retail distribution list for the recalled beef products.