The Centerville Pie Company of Hyannis, Massachusetts is recalling their clam pies after it was discovered they contain undeclared fish (anchovies), which is an ingredient in the Worcestershire sauce used in the pie recipe. People who have an allergy or severe sensitivity to anchovies may run the risk of an allergic reaction if they consume the pies. Affected pies come in one and two-pound sizes and are vacuum-sealed with a "Centerville Pie" label. The clam pies were distributed in Centerville, MA and the Cape Cod area. Consumers who purchased a pie and are allergic, are urged to return the pie to the place of purchase for a full refund, or call 774-470-1406 for more information.
Annie's Homegrown is voluntarily recalling seven kinds of their frozen pizza sold nationwide over the possibility that metal fragments got into the dough. So far the organic, natural foods company reports no metal fragments were found in the final product and no illnesses or injuries have been reported. The recall includes Annie's Homegrown Frozen Pizzas with a 'best by date' from Jan. 9 to Sept. 14. Consumers can return their purchase for a full refund. Call 1-888-825-6725 or go to www.annies.com/
Not a typical foodie flick, but a big part of the film does revolve around the hilarious struggle to prepare that Christmas turkey, which ends in an unlikely scenario. Plus many fans can sympathize with Ralphie's frustration at his little brother, the picky eater. "Show me how the piggies eat!".