Whole Foods Chicken Salad Recalled for Having No Chicken — Food Recall

Food recalls can happen for frightening reasons. Sometimes items are found to contain traces of bacteria like listeria, the Hepatitis A virus, and salmonella. Other times it can be absurd like pieces of metal in ice cream or a decomposing bat found in a bag of pre-packaged salad. And sometimes, your food doesn't contain the main ingredient listed in the name itself.

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What to Eat & Drink While Watching the Tour de France — Culinary Tour de France

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I did not grow up watching a lot of television. This isn't because my family had any real objection to television; I think it had more to do with the fact that my mom is German and hadn't watched TV growing up and also that we were always busy running around doing something outside.

Of course, there were exceptions: We watched cartoons on Saturday mornings (Thunder Cats!) and, when I was in high school, we sometimes stayed up to catch George Clooney on ER (although mostly, due to the fact that I had swim practice at 5 a.m., I fell asleep about 10 minutes into the program).

The biggest exception to the rule, however, was the Tour de France. I can't remember exactly when or why or how it became a Thing That We Did, but every July, we'd tune in to watch. The dulcet tones of Phil Liggett, year after year of Miguel Indurain in the yellow jersey, and, of course, Lance Armstrong, defined my TV-watching experience.

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Recipe: Chicken and Veggie Pesto Salad — Quick and Easy Weeknight Dinners

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Now that the summer farmers market season is in full swing, I know I can count on a steady stream of ripe seasonal produce and fresh herbs to make a roster of salads that are anything but boring. Full of a robust assortment of the freshest veggies, strips of juicy chicken, and tossed with a bright, herby pesto, this no-lettuce summer salad comes together with a single trip to the farmers market.

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30-Minute Summer Dinners, 20 Ways — Recipes from The Kitchn

There is a lot of lounging by the pool and the beach that needs to happen over the summer, which sometimes makes finding the time to cook up dinner a challenge. While resorting to another night of burgers on the grill is never a bad option, there is a whole wide world of simple summer suppers out there that take just as little time to pull together. You only need 30 minutes to churn out some of the season's best dinners. Here are 20 recipes that prove it.

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Recipe: 3-Ingredient Honey-Lime Sauce — 3-Ingredient Summer Sauces

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As grilling season heats up, you're going to want to include this simple and oh-so-versatile sauce in your repertoire. Stir it together in mere minutes with three basic ingredients — honey, lime, and soy sauce — and you have a flavor-packed condiment that is just the right balance of sweet, salty, and sour. And since it pairs well with everything from the grill and beyond, it's one of our favorite sauces of the season.

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The 5-Star Rated AmazonBasics You Should Be Buying — Apartment Therapy

From Apartment Therapy → Why Splurge? These Inexpensive AmazonBasics Have 5-Star Ratings

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