My mom sent me a link today, to a food blog. I may not know what I’m looking for until I find it. The hunt for good food involves forays in to dangerous land, blind gulleys and perhaps an encounter or two with the native wildlife. One thing I do know is that this, under… Continue reading Polar Opposites
From an article in the San Francisco Chronicle about the Salmonella mystery The agency has found, for example, that tomatoes from Mexico have been shipped to Florida, repacked and sold with tomatoes from Florida. Similarly, tomatoes from the United States are sent to Mexico, where they are repacked and shipped to the United States as… Continue reading More Mad
Back in 1976, Michigan voters voted on a proposal to add a deposit to bottles and cans sold in the state. The bottle return law was passed with 76% of voters checking the “Yes” box on their ballots. Within 2 years, the state saw a 48% reduction in bottle/can related trash on the roadways. The… Continue reading Michigan’s Bottle Return Law
Why is there no tomato on my sandwich? What do you mean I can’t buy tomatoes at the grocery store? It is summertime, tomatoes are required eating! Seems a salmonella outbreak has sickened approximately 165 people. About 25 have required hospital treatment. According to the FDA’s statement, only Roma and round red tomatoes are suspected… Continue reading Mad.