Thursday, September 13, 2012
Customers may return the products to any Busch's Fresh Food Market for a full refund.
If you have a Busch's Fresh Food Market chicken pot pie in the house, you'll want to check its UPC code. The company today announced the voluntary recall of the products, in connection with an expanded voluntary recall announced by Spartan Stores, Inc. due to concerns of possible contact with listeria monocytogenes. A press release issued Thursday morning indicated no products have been identified as coming into contact with the organism, and the products in the voluntary recall have been cooked, which generally kills the bacteria. "However, since we cannot guarantee that, we are exercising extreme caution and asking that all products be discarded or returned for a full refund," the release noted. The products being voluntarily recalled …
Saturday, March 17, 2012
Whether you're wearing green because you're Irish or because Michigan State's still in the NCAA playoffs, show it off on Patch!
Almost everybody's Irish on St. Patrick's Day, but not all the green we found in Farmington and Farmington Hills this morning had to do with celebrating the holiday. Carolyn Noble, who was working at Busch's Fresh Food Market in Farmington Hills, wore Spartan green to show her support for Michigan State, still in the NCAA basketball tournament after a Friday win over Long Island University. But for Patty Bonenfant of Livonia, who was on duty at Panera Bread in Farmington, wearing green is all about being Irish "on both sides", she said. Are you wearing green, drinking green beer or eating free fries with green ketchup today? Share your photos here, by clicking on the "Upload Photos and Video" link.
Wednesday, August 31, 2011
Phyllo dough makes this pie extra light and crispy, but sturdy enough to hold the delicious filling of spiced ground meat, mushrooms, spinach and Asian noodles. The best part is you don't have to travel to Morocco to eat it.
You might be familiar with the use of phyllo dough in the ever-so-popular Middle Eastern treat baklava, but did you know that it is just as scrumptious in savory dishes as well? Many Middle Eastern, Balkan and North African dishes share the use of this thin pastry called phyllo (in the Middle East), bourek (in some Balkan countries) or warqa (in North Africa). Warqa, which literally means leaf, is thinner and easier to handle than phyllo dough but, unfortunately, not widely available in the American market. Phyllo dough is easily found in the freezer department of any of your local grocery stores and yields a softer and more melt-in-your mouth result than the North African warqa. While I've never tried this recipe with bourek dough, I …