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President Biden Orders Better COVID-19 Safety Guidelines in Workplaces

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The new president also announced plans to expand SNAP benefits and a school meals program

President Joe Biden has spent most of his first 48 hours in office signing Executive Orders to undo everything Donald Trump did and making sure there is an actual semblance of a plan to help Americans through the pandemic. Among the executive orders are new Occupational Safety and Health Administration guidelines and an expansion of Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program benefits.

The first, signed yesterday, is an order “Protecting Worker Health and Safety” which directs OSHA to update and enforce COVID-19 safety guidelines. “Healthcare workers and other essential workers, many of whom are people of color and immigrants, have put their lives on the line during the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic….The Federal Government must take swift action to reduce the risk that workers may contract COVID-19 in the workplace,” … Read more

Skillet Italian Sausage and Peppers

Quick and easy, this Italian Sausage and Peppers in a skillet is a MUST try! And cooking it all in one pan makes clean up a breeze!

One pan dinners are some of the best dinners!  Quick and effortless they will become some of your favorites recipes on busy nights like this Pork Chops, Sheet Pan Chicken and Amazing Scallops.

Skillet Italian sausage with peppers in a cast iron pan.

Amazing Italian Sausage and Peppers

This skillet Italian sausage and peppers is savory and a meal the whole family will love. It’s one of those dishes that’s appealing to both the nose with its incredible smell, and the eyes with all of its color.  When dinner looks amazing, you know it’s going to taste amazing too! The sausage and peppers gives it so much flavor and texture, it’s as fun to eat as it is to make.

Speaking of making, this recipe is perfect for busy weekdays or … Read more

Scientists in EFSA program look at cross-contamination in the home

Researchers have modeled and estimated cross-contamination in consumer kitchens during a European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) program.

The model was used to work out the impact of cross-contamination routes for different scenarios. Effectiveness of several interventions in reducing the risk of foodborne diseases related to cross-contamination was investigated.

Results found the cutting board route had a higher impact compared to other sources and replacement of kitchen utensils is more effective than other interventions studied.

The project in EFSA’s food risk assessment fellowship program (EU‐FORA) provided new modelling and data on cross-contamination for quantitative microbiological risk assessment (QMRA). This can help risk managers in defining the best advice to reduce the impact of cross-contamination.

Cross-contamination in the home
The European Union 2018 zoonoses report stated that 40.5 percent of strong-evidence outbreaks occurred at home and 15.6 percent of outbreak cases were because of contaminated food within the domestic environment. Cross-contamination was … Read more

American Airlines Launched an Airplane Wine Club for I Don’t Know Who


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Of all the things we miss about travel, the act of flying might be low on the list. After all, most of us have been channeling that whole “long haul flight vibe” just fine over the last 10 months: Stuck in one place with no sense of time, wearing comfortable pants, working your way through the robust Katherine Heigl film catalog before passing out in the same crumb-covered spot you ate dinner in an hour before. Some days I swear I’ll wake up in Paris.

But there’s one element of air travel that you probably haven’t been able to get during the pandemic, one that you might — well, somebody might — be missing: Airplane wine.

OK, let’s just pretend for a minute that this is true, that the only good thing about airplane wine isn’t that it’s sometimes free and does the trick of … Read more

Perfect and Crispy Air Fryer Chicken Legs (Drumsticks)

These Air Fryer Chicken Legs is every kids’ dream come true. Everyone always wants to eat the legs, especially the kiddos. With this recipe there will still be fighting over who gets the last drumstick!

These crispy chicken legs will be perfect served with Beans, Corn Casserole, Brussel Sprouts or Potatoes. An ideal meal for any occasion!

Crispy, seasoned, delicious air fryer chicken legs.

Air Fryer Drumsticks

These air fryer chicken legs are so amazing! You don’t have to freeze outside to grill them, or make a huge mess in the kitchen pan cooking them. Air Frying is changing the cooking world! Air frying chicken legs are the best because it is all contained in the air fryer, that sits on your countertop. This frees up your oven to make the Potato Wedges or the Funeral Potatoes to go with the legs.

The circulating air creates succulent crispy outsides and tender juicy meat inside. … Read more