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Little Caesars Bacon, Bacon-wrapped Pizza

If you love pizza and you love bacon, you can’t go wrong with this.

Apparently America isn’t over its love affair with love bacon.
At least Little Caesar’s doesn’t think so. Their latest heart-stopping creation is something you really do have to see to believe. The Bacon Wrapped Crust DEEP!DEEP! Dish pizza is the chain’s latest effort satisfy the true meat lovers among us.
The eight-corner, traditional deep dish pie is wrapped up in three and a half feet of bacon.
 And if a fence of a bacon surrounding your pizza isn’t enough porcine goodness, its all topped off with pepperoni and bacon sprinkles.

Read more via Little Caesars isn’t over bacon, unveils bacon-wrapped pizza | Fox News.

Looks goooooooooood!


Pepperidge Farm Recalls Bagels Including States, Michigan, Wisconsin

The FDA issued a voluntary recall on Pepperidge Farm Bagels.

The following from the U.S. Food & Drug Administration.

Pepperidge Farm Issues Voluntary Recall of Bagels in Select States Due to Undeclared Allergens Continue reading Pepperidge Farm Recalls Bagels Including States, Michigan, Wisconsin


Bagel Recall In Midwest

The following from the FDA. Recall on certain bagels in the Midwest.

Bimbo Bakeries USA Issues Allergy Alert and Voluntary Regional Recall of Thomas’, Sara Lee and Jewel Bagels Sold in Select Midwest States
1-800-984-0989 Continue reading Bagel Recall In Midwest

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Pizza Hut Sets Super Bowl Sunday Record

If you ate pizza on Super Bowl Sunday, you probably had Pizza Hut pizza.

Touchdown, Pizza Hut. The Yum Brands (YUM)-owned pizza chain eclipsed its sales record for its biggest digital sales day ever Sunday.
"By halftime, the world's largest pizza company surpassed last year's sales figure, ultimately surpassing well over $10 (million) in digital sales," Doug Terfehr, a spokesman for the chain, said in an email.
This year's Super Bowl marks Pizza Hut's first with its newly redesigned app and website. The chain has also heavily promoted its revamped menu that launched in November with trendy flavors like honey sriracha and more premium ingredients, like cherry peppers harvested from the Peruvian highlands.

Full story via Pizza Hut sets record on Super Bowl Sunday – Yahoo Finance.

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Chocolate Maker Hershey Enters Jack Links Meat Snacks Arena

With Jack Links and other meat snack manufactures eating into the chocolate snack sales, Hershey Co has announced the purchase of Krave Pure Foods.  A California Jerky manufacturer. It will be interesting to see what marketing Hershey’s will do. A jerky Reese’s Peanut Butter cup?  How about a jerky Hershey bar? Sounds good to us. Chocolate salty? Sounds pretty good.  Continue reading Chocolate Maker Hershey Enters Jack Links Meat Snacks Arena

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Super Bowl Party Recipes 2015

Are you still planning your Super Bowl party? Are you having the gang over and not sure what to make for snacks? Today has some great easy ideas.

What’s your favorite Super Bowl snack or recipe?

Hosting a Super-Bowl party is as much about the delicious snacks than watching the game itself. From cheesy dips, to sliders, to decadent sweets, the options are seemingly endless. In honor of the game, we've rounded up some of the most popular recipes from Pinterest, and they are insanely delicious. From sweet to savory, we have something for everyone!

See more via Super Bowl party recipes: mini taco bowls, bacon dip, more – Food –

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No More Cadbury Chocolate Creme Eggs????????

We see this story from the Detroit Free Press.

SAY WHAT! No more Cadbury Cream Eggs? What will the Cadbury rabbit do now?

A new deal that bans all Cadbury chocolates from being imported to America is sparking anger from chocolate lovers.

Read more via Good-bye Cadbury creme eggs? New deal bans british chocolates.

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USDA: Super Bowl Sunday, Food Safety Tips

If your planning your Super Bowl party, remember to think food safety first.

Following from the United States Department of Agriculture Food Safety and Inspection Service

Food Safety Education Staff

WASHINGTON, Jan. 26, 2015 – Super Bowl Sunday is about much more than football. In fact when many people think about the Super Bowl, they think about the mouth-watering appetizers, delicious buffalo wings and spicy chili that they will enjoy with their friends.

Super Bowl Sunday is the second largest food consumption day of the year in the U.S. (behind Thanksgiving). This means there are more opportunities for a food safety fumble to cause food poisoning while preparing and serving game day party foods in the home. While chips, finger foods, and dips might be a football fan favorite, these dishes involve a lot of people sharing communal items, which increases the risk of foodborne illness. Also if you serve buffet style, that means foods will be left out for long periods of time—all of these scenarios can be recipes for disaster.

In January, Kansas State University released the results of a study that tracked parents’ food handling behavior in the kitchen. After preparing a test meal that included meat injected with tracer bacteria, 82% of study participants left meat-originating bacteria around the kitchen on sinks, refrigerators, and cabinet handles. To promote safe food handling the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) is issuing a food safety playbook to help you keep your Super Bowl food both safe and delicious.

Plays to Food Safe Homemade Chicken Wings

  • Make sure your frying oil temperature is 375 °F before starting to fry.
  • Before frying, pat dry the chicken wings to prevent oil splatter when submerged in hot oil.
  • Make sure not to overcrowd the chicken wings in the frying basket. If the wings are crowded, they can be undercooked.
  • To take a temperature of your wings, place them on a clean plate covered in paper toweling. Use a clean food thermometer to check the internal temperature, for food safety the temp should be 165 °F. You should measure several wings before you finish cooking each batch.
  • If the wings are below the minimum safe internal temperature of 165 °F submerge them again in the hot oil.

Plays to a Food Safe Buffet

  • Keep hot food hot and cold food cold.
  • Hot foods must have a heat source to keep them warmer than 140 °F.
  • Cold foods should be kept on ice to remain at a safe temperature below 40 °F.
  • Perishable foods left out longer than two hours should be discarded and replenished with fresh servings.

Plays to a Food Safe Kitchen Towel

  • Wash your hands with soap and warm water for 20 seconds to avoid spreading bacteria to your towels.
  • Never reuse paper towels. This product is for single use only. When used multiple times, bacteria can find their way onto the towel and hitch a ride around the kitchen.
  • Kitchen towels build up bacteria after multiple uses. To keep the bacteria from getting the upper hand, you should wash your kitchen towels frequently in the hot cycle of your washing machine.

Consumers can learn more about key food safety practices at and follow @USDAFoodSafety on Twitter. Consumers with questions about food safety, can call the USDA Meat and Poultry Hotline at 1-888-MPHotline (1-888-674-6854) or chat live with a food safety specialist at, available from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Eastern Time, Monday through Friday, in English or Spanish.

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Superior Restaurant Makes Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives

Shorty’s Pizza and Smoked Meats in Superior Wisconsin makes the big time with an appearance on the Food Network this Friday night. 

After 38 years in the food industry, David Andert is checking one goal off his bucket list. The executive chef at Shorty’s Pizza and Smoked Meats is making his national debut on the Food Network’s top-rated Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives hosted by Guy Fieri on Friday night.

Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives
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Full story via Shorty’s makes Food Network debut | Superior Telegram.

Shorty’s Pizza and Smoked Meats web site.

Good to see local businesses in the limelight. 

Have you eaten at Shorty’s? 



Texas Brewery Sells 99-Pack Beer

99 cans of beer on the wall, 99 cans of beer.
Take one down and pass it around, 98 cans of beer on the wall.
98 cans of beer on the wall, 98 cans of beer.
Take one down and pass it around, 97 cans of beer on the wall.
97 cans of beer on the wall, 97 cans of beer.
Take one down and pass it around, 96 cans of beer on the wall.

You can sing the rest but with bottles here.

The story has a brewery in Texas where everything is big, a 99 pack of beer. 

Move over 6-pack — the much more impressive 99-pack of beer has arrived. A small Texas craft brewery, Austin Beerworks, has rolled out an 82-pounds, seven-foot-long cardboard case of 99 cans of its “Peacemaker Extra Ale,” now nicknamed “Anytime Ale,” for $99, and it hits shelves this week.

Read the whole story via Texas Brewery Now Sells Massive 99-Pack Of Beer For $99 | The Daily Caller.

Why hasn’t Miller or Bud come out with a mega pack like this? 

What do you think?