Instant Pot Creamy Parmesan Chicken and Rice

Have one of the most decadent and delectable dinner in no time with this Instant Pot Creamy Parmesan Chicken and Rice. With savory mushrooms, tender rice, and juicy chicken it’s a winner, winner, chicken dinner!

Instant pots are a dream appliance since they are faster, more forgiving and it creates spectacular food. Try these instant pot favorites like this Lemon Garlic Chicken, 10 minute Spaghetti, and Chili.

Instant pot chicken and rice is easy, creamy and so delicious.

Instant Pot Chicken and Rice

Everyone has those days that there is just not enough hours in the day to get everything done. Then when it is dinner time you have no time to cook what you had planned. This is when instant pot creamy parmesan chicken and rice recipe comes to save the day. The cream and parmesan creates such a dreamy creamy texture your whole family is going to love. Tender and juicy bites of chicken provide flavor … Read more

Botulism’s deadly paralysis may be reversed by novel treatment

A  novel treatment for botulism that may tame the toxin with therapeutics that have the potential to reverse the deadly paralysis — all coming out of Boston Children’s Hospital. The research on mice is being called a “botulism breakthrough” by Science Daily, the first to publish the work.

With fewer than 1,000 confirmed cases a year in the United States, botulism is a rare poisoning caused by toxins produced by Clostridium botulinum bacteria. It can be fatal and requires immediate emergency medical care.

Botulism can occur in infants, be spread in food, or infect a wound. Symptoms include difficulty swallowing or speaking, facial weakness, and paralysis. The paralysis usually affects muscles used for breathing, making it necessary for patients to be placed on ventilators.

Toxins produced by Clostridium botulinum can become fatal once they get into the neurons because at that point they’ve not been treatable.

These are the … Read more

America’s Independent Bowling Alleys Might Not Make It Through the Pandemic

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Alongside restaurants and bars, recreational spaces like bowling alleys are also feeling the pressures of indefinite COVID-19 closures

Up until August of last year, Eric Wells worked as a bartender at Bay View Bowl in Milwaukee. “I’ve worked at so many bars around the country and it was the greatest job I’ve ever had. I love that place so much,” he says, adding that he made more there than any other prior service industry postings. In addition to pouring standard well drinks, bartenders at Bay View are in charge of manning the fryer for items like corn dogs and chicken strips; needless to say, it was a busy job. Wells had many regulars who came just for the bar and for what he describes as its cast of characters.

When the pandemic hit in March 2020, Bay View Bowl temporarily closed. But by June, Wells had gone back to … Read more

Crispy Air Fryer Egg Rolls

Egg Roll lovers, this Air Fryer Egg Roll Recipe is for you! Crispy, crunchy outside, tender filling inside, without the extra fat of frying or drying out from oven cooking. These are what you have been waiting for!

Air frying egg rolls is going to rock your world and be a total game changer. Try air frying these other delicious egg roll recipes for more appetizer wonders like this Philly Cheesesteak , southwest and this Avocado Egg Rolls.

Air Fryer Egg Rolls on a platter with dipping sauce.

Perfect Air Fryer Egg Rolls

Forget take out! These are so dynamite, you may never need to order out again. Combine these air fryer egg rolls with my other Chinese favorites like this Asian Glazed Chicken, Easy Fried Rice, Cream Cheese Wontons and 20 Minute Garlic Beef and Broccoli for a restaurant quality meal, only better. Now dinner is ready! Your family is going to love these! Serve them as … Read more

Resilience in food safety for 2021: Consumer related challenges

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Editor’s note: In part two of this four-part series with SafetyChain Software, Food Safety News reviews how food firms can become resilient in the face of 2021’s new challenges, how resilience will be needed in reducing supply chain risks.

Dr. David Acheson, CEO & president of The Acheson Group, suggests that food firms will need resilience when addressing consumer-related challenges in 2021.

Consumer shift away from preservatives
A recent survey found that seven in 10 Americans are concerned about the presence of chemical products in food. The poll by Mérieux NutriSciences and bioMérieux also found that 70 percent of respondents were troubled about pesticides, antibiotics and additives.

Acheson points to preservatives as an issue specifically on consumers’ minds.

“When it comes to appealing to consumers, pure science doesn’t always win. For example, consumers have pushed for a shift away from preservatives recently,” Acheson said. “When these additives are removed … Read more