Nestlé Recalls Cookie Dough

Earlier today, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), along with the Center for Disease Control (CDC), alerted consumers that they are at risk for E. coli contamination from consuming prepackaged Nestlé’s Toll House refrigerated cookie dough. Since March 2009, 66 reported illnesses have resulted from E. coli contaminated cookie dough and twenty five people have been hospitalized. The FDA and CDC have advised those who currently have refrigerated Nestlé’s Toll House products in their homes should immediately discard of the products.

Around Town, The Republican Challenge

Meat Packing

It's a Thursday. I’m trying to get off the couch because it's already been a long week. Then, the incentive to get motivated comes in the form of a text message from Jessica White. Sport Illustrated models always get me motivated. She’s in town, bored and wants to hangout. My response? I’m in! She’s staying at the Standard Hotel. I offer to pick her up because I haven’t been there yet and I’m curious. The hotel lobby is small and there is a cute little bar that services the lobby. I’m sure there’s more to come. Mean while, Ms. White has me waiting 20 minutes. Jeez… I love it!