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August 14, 2018
Contact
Consumers
 human@saltandstraw.com
 833-971-2828
Media
Melissa Broussard
 Melissa@broussardcommunications.com
 503-702-4620
Announcement
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Salt & Straw Ice Cream is voluntarily recalling a limited number of its Chocolate Gooey Brownie pints because it may contain undeclared peanuts. People who have an allergy or severe sensitivity to peanuts run the risk of a serious or life threatening allergic reaction if they consume this product.
The product is safe to consume unless you have a peanut allergy or sensitivity. No illnesses have been reported to date in connection with this problem.
The recall was initiated after receiving notification from the chocolate supplier, Pitch Dark Chocolate, that the chocolate chips used in the Chocolate Gooey Brownie may have had possible cross-contact with a peanut allergen.
Product Information
The product subject to recall was sold in Salt & Straw ice cream shops in California, Oregon, Washington, and through www.saltandstraw.com between 7/17/18 and 8/13/18 and can be identified with the following plant and lot codes:
Plant Code
with affected lot code
41-404
18201, 18203, 18212, 18213, 18214, 18219, 18221, 18223
06-1626F
18217, 18219, 18221
Only Chocolate Gooey Brownie ice cream with these codes are affected.
Action Request
Anyone who has purchased affected product and who has a sensitivity or allergy to peanuts is encouraged to discard the affected product or return it to one of our shops for a full refund. If purchased online, you can email human@saltandstraw.com to initiate a refund. Consumers with additional questions can call 833-971-2828.
All media inquiries should contact Melissa Broussard at Melissa@broussardcommunications.com.
Thank you for your help in maintaining our commitment to consumer safety. This recall is being made with the knowledge of the Food and Drug Administration.
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August 15, 2018
Contact
Consumers
  info@cafeyumm.com
 1-877-367-9866
Media
Marne Dunder
  marne.dunder@cafeyumm.com
 541.338.YUMM (9866)
Announcement
Marsee Foods, Inc. dba Marsee Baking is voluntarily recalling chocolate chip, ginger spice, and oatmeal raisin cookies sold at Café Yumm! restaurants. The cookies may contain undeclared peanuts. People who have an allergy or severe sensitivity to peanuts run the risk of serious or life-threatening allergic reaction if they consume these products.
The cookies are safe to consume unless you have a peanut allergy or sensitivity. No allergic reactions have been reported to date.
The cookies subject to recall were sold at Café Yumm! restaurants in Oregon and Washington between August 6, 2018 and August 15, 2018. The cookies are prepared as both a chocolate-dipped and undipped version and are served on a plate for dine-in restaurant guests or offered in a pastry bag for take-out orders.  The affected cookies are not labeled and do not bear any lot codes.
The voluntary recall was initiated after discovering peanuts in a chocolate chip cookie before it was served. The voluntary recall includes all cookies in the event other batches and flavors may contain peanuts.
Thisrecall is being made with the knowledge of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.
Anyone who has purchased affected product and who has a sensitivity or allergy to peanuts is urged not to consume and should return the cookies to the place of purchase for a full refund.
Consumers with questions may contact the company at 1-877-367-9866 between 8am and 5pm PST, Monday through Friday or email info@cafeyumm.com.
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Recipes & Cooking / Re: What's for Dinner?
« Last post by GoingNuts on Yesterday at 08:53:38 PM »
You deserve it Mary. Go for it!
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Recipes & Cooking / Re: What's for Dinner?
« Last post by MaryM on Yesterday at 05:55:00 PM »
frozen ravioli - thats about all I have the energy to make.  I bought myself a very nice bottle of pinot noir to go with it, lol.  The wine cost more than the ravioli, sauce, parmesan cheese and half and half I just bought.  But its been that kind of day and I wanted a treat.
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Recipes & Cooking / Re: What's for Dinner?
« Last post by BensMom on Yesterday at 08:59:02 AM »
I did not use a recipe, but, it’s called “crack slaw” on lots of low carb blogs.  I used a 20 oz pack of ground turkey, generously seasoned with ginger and garlic, some soy sauce and rice wine vinegar.  I actually made the sauce with 1/3c low sodium soy sauce, a splash of the vinegar, a few cloves crushed garlic, and maybe 1-2t of ground ginger, and about a T of sweetener(sugar, brown sugar, I used Swerve, which is erithritol).  So, I used about half of that as I sautéed the turkey with some diced onions. I pulled out the turkey, and reduced juices, then added cabbage(2 bags shredded slaw), and the rest of the sauce.  Cook to desired tenderness, add back turkey, a bunch of diced green onion, and some toasted sesame oil.  We ate it straight up, but, this could be done as lettuce wraps, or with some rice.  You could sweeten it up with hoisen sauce,  or add heat with red pepper. 

If you google crack slaw you’ll get ideas for flavors.

Thanks. I'm not a fan of regular cabbage, but will eat nappa cabbage or bok choy or something like that. So I'd sub in one of those.
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Recipes & Cooking / Re: What's for Dinner?
« Last post by GoingNuts on Yesterday at 06:33:58 AM »
I had some leftover hot dogs and sauerkraut, so I made an awesome sauerkraut soup (which will go in the freezer because it's too blasted hot for soup!) with veggies, potatoes, and cut up hot dogs.  Dang, I'm looking forward to Fall!
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Great news, AB!
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Recipes & Cooking / Re: What's for Dinner?
« Last post by becca on August 15, 2018, 09:17:19 PM »
I did not use a recipe, but, it’s called “crack slaw” on lots of low carb blogs.  I used a 20 oz pack of ground turkey, generously seasoned with ginger and garlic, some soy sauce and rice wine vinegar.  I actually made the sauce with 1/3c low sodium soy sauce, a splash of the vinegar, a few cloves crushed garlic, and maybe 1-2t of ground ginger, and about a T of sweetener(sugar, brown sugar, I used Swerve, which is erithritol).  So, I used about half of that as I sautéed the turkey with some diced onions. I pulled out the turkey, and reduced juices, then added cabbage(2 bags shredded slaw), and the rest of the sauce.  Cook to desired tenderness, add back turkey, a bunch of diced green onion, and some toasted sesame oil.  We ate it straight up, but, this could be done as lettuce wraps, or with some rice.  You could sweeten it up with hoisen sauce,  or add heat with red pepper. 

If you google crack slaw you’ll get ideas for flavors.
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Main Discussion Board / Re: Need help finding Cashews brands for a Challenge
« Last post by spacecanada on August 15, 2018, 08:11:41 PM »
Hurray!  Congratulations!
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Main Discussion Board / Re: Need help finding Cashews brands for a Challenge
« Last post by GoingNuts on August 15, 2018, 05:42:16 PM »
Congrats on the passed challenge!  :)
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