Archive for November, 2012

Cream Of Wheat Other Recipes

November 20, 2012

Cream Of Wheat Cookies

1 1/8 c. butter
1 c. sugar
2 lg. eggs
2 1/4 c. flour
1 1/2 tsp. salt
3/4 c. Cream of Wheat
1 tbsp. vanilla
3/4 c. raisins

1. Mix butter and sugar in large bowl.
2. Add eggs; beat well.

3. Add rest of ingredients and mix.

4. Drop by teaspoonful on greased cookie sheet.

5. Bake at 350 degrees for 12 to 15 minutes.

Cream Of Wheat Dumplings

3 c. milk
1/2 c. Cream of Wheat
2 tbsp. butter
1/2 tsp. salt
2 eggs
1 c. flour

Cook milk to boiling point, then add Cream of Wheat, butter and salt. Let cool. Then beat in eggs, mix well, add flour and beat well. Drop by teaspoons into boiling soup, cook approximately 10 minutes.

Cream Of Wheat Squares

2 c. quick cream of wheat
2 c. water
2 c. 1% milk
2 sticks unsalted butter
1 tsp. yellow food coloring
3 cardamums, powdered
1 1/4 c. sugar
1/2 tsp. salt
1/2 c. roasted cashews (optional)

Boil together water, milk and butter in skillet until butter is melted. Add color, salt and sugar and cardamom, stirring until sugar dissolves. Reduce to low heat. Add cream of wheat 2 tablespoons at a time, stirring constantly until all of it has been added. Continue stirring until cooked, approximately 10 minutes on low heat. Garnish with roasted cashew, if desired.

Cream Of Wheat Bread

1 c. Cream of Wheat (not instant)
1 c. all purpose flour
1/4 c. vegetable oil
1/2 tsp. soda
1 tsp. salt
1 c. buttermilk

Preheat a greased, small iron skillet in a 500 degree oven. In a medium mixing bowl, combine all ingredients; pour into hot skillet. Bake at 500 degrees for 20 minutes. Serves 6.

Nestle Nesquik Chocolate Powder Recall

November 9, 2012

Nestle USA is recalling some of its Nesquik chocolate powder because of a possible salmonella risk.

The food maker said Thursday that the Nesquik involved was in 10.9, 21.8 and 40.7-ounce canisters produced in early October and sold at retailers across the country.

Nestle says it is issuing the recall after its ingredient supplier, Omaya Inc., decided to recall some of the calcium carbonate used in the product due to possible Salmonella contamination. The company says there are no reported illnesses associated with the product.

Salmonella can cause diarrhea, abdominal cramps and fever. It can be life-threatening in infants, the elderly, pregnant women and those with weakened immune systems.

The affected products have a “Best if sold by” date of October 2014.The recall includes the following products and unit production codes, which are located on the bottom of the canister.

-40.7 ounce powder with UPC 0 28000 68230 9 2282574810 2282574820

-21.8 ounce powder with UPC 0 28000 68090 9 2278574810 2278574820 2279574810 2279574820 2284574820 2284574830 2285574810 2285574820 2287574820 2289574810 2289574820

-10.9 ounce powder with UPC 0 28000 67990 3 2278574810

No other varieties of Nesquik powder are in the recall.

Nestle said that consumers who bought the affected Nesquik products should not use it and can return it for a refund or contact Nestle Consumer Services at(800) 628-7679.

Salmonella recalls are not uncommon in the food industry. Most recently a salmonella outbreak at the country’s largest organic peanut processing plant lead to a major recall of peanut butter and other nut products over the past two months.

Ice Cream Recall

November 8, 2012

Ice Cream Recall

King Soopers and City Market are recalling ice cream because of concerns over pecan allergies.

The recall involves Kroger Deluxe French Vanilla ice cream sold in Colorado, Arizona, Idaho, Kansas, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Mexico, Utah and Wyoming.

The federal Food and Drug Administration says people who are allergic to pecans could have a serious or life-threatening reaction if they eat the ice cream.

The recalled ice cream may contain pecans not listed on the label. It was sold in 48 fluid ounce cartons with a sale date of June 12, 2013, under the following UPC Code: 11110 50718.