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Goldfish Crackers Are Being Recalled Due to Possible Salmonella Contamination

Plus, Larry David writes about breakfast in the New York Times, and more food news

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  • Add Pepperidge Farm crackers to the list of packaged foods being recalled due to possible salmonella contamination. After Ritz announced a voluntary recall of several products, the maker of Goldfish has recalled four varieties of the snack food.
  • When money is no object, one can simply fly to Italy when a craving for Italian cuisine hits. Tennis superstar Serena Williams was in the mood for a little pasta over the weekend, so her husband, Reddit co-founder Alexis Ohanian, whisked her away to the bel paese via private jet for a dinner date, reports Page Six. It looks like Williams had a great time.
  • Disneyland’s California Adventure theme park is now serving adults-only ice cream floats made with Guinness beer, per Delish.
  • This is the real reason society should ban plastic straws: A 13-year-old British kid is facing assault charges after blowing a McDonald’s french fry through his beverage accessory and pelting a stranger. The youngster was aiming for his friend, according to Munchies, but he missed, and a fight broke out.
  • Radioactive material from Japan’s 2011 Fukushima nuclear disaster is showing up in California red wine, according to Smithsonian Magazine. Fortunately, the material is showing up in trace amounts, and it isn’t harmful.
  • Queer Eye, you’ve done it again. Netflix’s feel-good makeover series has already produced two marriages, and now the metro Atlanta-dwelling couples, Tom and Abby from Season 1 and William and Shannan from Season 2, have gone out on a double-date.
  • People are looking to cut carbs and consume healthier diets, and that may be bad news for the beer industry. Alcohol-infused sparkling beverages are becoming the preferred drinks for health-conscious booze hounds, Forbes reports.
  • In an effort to stamp out foodborne illnesses — or just give unhappy diners another reason to write negative comments on the internet — Yelp has announced it is rolling out restaurant hygiene scores to more states across the country.
  • How do the stars of food-focused television shows eat so gracefully on camera? The Takeout investigates.
  • Finally, in the New York Times, Seinfeld and Curb Your Enthusiasm creator Larry David explains why John Kelly, Donald Trump’s chief of staff, was grimacing during a recent NATO meeting in Brussels. The sour face wasn’t a result of the words Trump was saying; it likely came about because Kelly missed breakfast.

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