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More than 100 vegetable products recalled for possible listeria

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A Big Little Recipe has the smallest-possible ingredient list and big everything else: flavor, creativity, wow factor. Psst—we don't count water, salt, black pepper, and certain fats (specifically, 1/2 cup or less of olive oil, vegetable oil, and butter), since we're guessing you have those covered. Today, we’re making a highly foolproof dinner.

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Most nights, cooking dinner is how I unwind. My husband, Justin, shakes a couple martinis (always gin—two olives for me, one for him) and one of us turns on music (always loud—Lana del Rey if it’s me, bluegrass if it’s him). Then we slice and chop and stir while we catch up about the day.

Beef tamales recalled after customer finds pork in product

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I said most nights.

Other nights, I don’t want to cook. There, I said it—recipe developers are people, too. On those nights, we do one of three things:

  1. Tear apart the freezer for anything that will thaw in time.
  2. Walk downtown for a chick-Parm pizza or stir-fried eggplant with garlic sauce.
  3. Make what we’ll call a not-dinner dinner.

A not-dinner dinner can be many things—but it’s gotta be stupid-simple and thrown together with ingredients that you have on hand more often than not. For me, this means pasta with anchovy butter, kale, Parmesan, and black pepper, or brown rice with scrambled eggs, kimchi, and nori, or, my current favorite, mustardy salad with grilled cheese croutons.

Here’s the scoop:

Lettuce

I’m having an escarole moment. I love its kinda-bitter flavor, happy-green color, and how it’s just as great raw as it is braised. That said, this salad is lawless and maybe you only have kale or arugula or iceberg. Anything works (as long as it’s not being recalled).

Whole Foods Recalls Dozens of Vegetable Products Nationwide

  Whole Foods Recalls Dozens of Vegetable Products Nationwide The company that sells to the grocer and others yanked its veggies over concern about possible bacterial contamination. Whole Foods Market has announced it is recalling multiple vegetable products from its stores nationwide, days after the company that sells to the grocer and others yanked its veggies over concern about possible bacterial contamination.

Mustard

You’ve probably been told to stir a little ground mustard or cayenne into your mac and cheese for balance. The same holds true here, where we’ll whip up a Dijon dressing. Dijon is winey and spicy and zippy, which your ooey-gooey grilled cheese croutons won’t be able to get enough of. It’s also an emulsifier, aka an oil-water binder, so your dressing doesn’t break.

Cheese

I’m a Muenster gal all the way. It’s a little funky and very melty—two qualities that grilled cheese sandwiches value highly (as do I!). Cheddar, provolone, Monterey-jack, or American all work great, too. And if you’re expecting me to say something like, Cut your cheese by hand, the pre-sliced stuff just isn’t as good, well, I won’t. Pre-sliced works just as well and saves several minutes, which I can now spend dancing with my cat. Turn up the music.

Bread

If you start with ho-hum bread, you’ll get a ho-hum grilled cheese. And if you start with a ho-hum grilled cheese, you’ll get ho-hum croutons. Find a nearby bakery you adore and become their best friend (all this takes is swinging by often and eating pastries—not too shabby). I like a sourdough or whole-wheat or seeded something-something. Cut it thick because more is more. Also important: Seasoning the outside of the sandwich with salt and pepper before pan-frying—don’t skip this.

New Survey Shows Most Americans Wrongfully Assume CBD Products Are FDA Approved

  New Survey Shows Most Americans Wrongfully Assume CBD Products Are FDA Approved Almost three quarters of American consumers presume CBD sales are being moderated by the government. 

The whole thing comes together in less time than it takes to catch up about the day. Which is good because we still need to make those martinis. 

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Mustardy Escarole Salad With Grilled Cheese Croutons

By Emma Laperruque

  • 4 thick slices your favorite bread
  • 4 thick slices Muenster cheese
  • 2 tablespoons extra-virgin olive oil, plus more for the grilled cheese
  • 4 pinches kosher salt
  • 2 tablespoons Dijon mustard
  • 1 head (about 1 pound) escarole, chopped

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Bacon and ready-to-eat turkey products recalled in four states .
A Kentucky company is recalling bacon and ready-to-eat turkey products over misbranding and undeclared allergens. © Chaloner Woods/Hulton Archive/Getty Images circa 1955: Fried rashers of bacon sizzling in the frying pan. (Photo by Chaloner Woods/Getty Images) Blue Grass Quality Meats is recalling 121,083 pounds of the products because they contain soy, an allergen that's not declared on the product labels, the US Department of Agriculture's Food Safety and Inspection Service announced Friday.

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