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April 11, 2013 | By Los Angeles Times Staff
February 21, 2014 | By David Pierson
A listeria outbreak linked to cheese has killed one person in California and sickened seven in Maryland, including three newborns. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said Friday that the outbreak is linked to semi-soft, Latino-style cheese called Caujada en Terron that is sold from a chain of grocery stores in Maryland. The cheese was made by Roos Foods of Kenton, Del. The Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene issued a warning Wednesday to avoid products made by Roos Foods, which also sells cheese under the brand names Santa Rosa de Lima, Amigo, Mexicana, Suyapa, La Chapina, and La Purisima Crema Nica.  The CDC did not name the grocery chain linked to the outbreak.
December 19, 2012 | By Mary MacVean
Think your children will snack only on chips? Researchers found otherwise - and kids who were served vegetables and cheese ate 72% fewer calories than the kids offered chips. Moreover, the effects were more pronounced among overweight or obese children, according to the study published Monday in the journal Pediatrics. Researchers from Cornell University randomly sorted 201 children from the Chicago area in grades three to six into four groups: just chips, just cheese, just vegetables, cheese and vegetables.
November 26, 2010 | Times Wire Services
Whole Foods Market Inc. joined a cheese recall Friday, pulling seven types of cheddar cheese over the risk of listeria or E. coli . The cheeses ? Sage Cheddar, Silver Mountain Cheddar, Chipotle Cheddar, Premium Block Cheddar, Premium White Chunk Cheddar, Chipotle Chunk Cheddar and White Black Wax Cheddar ? were sold in its stores in California, Oregon, Washington, Nevada and Arizona. Packaged in clear plastic wrap bearing a sticker that reads "Distributed by Whole Foods Market," the cheeses are part of a factorywide recall announced by Bravo Farms of California.
November 25, 2013 | By Laura E. Davis
Think some cheese smells like feet? Well, now there's a cheese that has more than just that foot odor - it's actually made from human foot bacteria. An exhibit in Dublin features cheese made by taking swabs of human bacteria - from armpits, mouths, in between toes and in belly buttons - and adding milk to it. Biologist Christina Agapakis worked with odor artist Sissel Tolaas to create the cheeses, which they hope will challenge how we think about bacteria. "Cheese is actually a really great model organism for us to think about good and bad bacteria but also good and bad smells," Agapakis said at a presentation at the PopTech conference last month.
August 16, 1987 | United Press International
Health officials have recalled more than a ton of Greenbank Farms raw-milk cheese, which they said was contaminated with a potentially life-threatening bacteria. Food and Drug Administration officials said the recall of Greenbank Farms sharp cheddar cheese distributed in California and Washington has been given the department's highest priority because of the life-threatening potential of the bacteria, listeria monocytogenes.
June 4, 1992
While I enjoyed reading Jonathan Gold's Counter Intelligence review of Cassell's (May 21), it is unfortunate that, distracted by the deservedly renown hamburgers, Mr. Gold apparently has never tried the excellent grilled cheese sandwiches. They are probably the best on the continent and certainly the largest. A very generous portion of cheese is perfectly melted on the largest imaginable slices of of first-rate, thinly sliced, fresh rye (or egg) bread. A business acquaintance who kept kosher introduced them to me in 1979.
August 6, 2003 | Emily Green
Here, from the judging room of the American Cheese Society, are the Best American Cheeses of 2003. For a list of winners in all categories, go to Best of Show Red Hawk A relatively new, triple cream cheese made by Cowgirl Creamery in Point Reyes, Calif., from organic milk from the neighboring Straus Family Creamery in Marin. One of the few cheeses in the competition that was ripened with B.
April 8, 1989
Criminal charges were issued Friday against two men and a woman in connection with the alleged operation of unlicensed Mexican-style cheese plants, the Los Angeles County district attorney's office announced. The three named in the felony complaints were among eight arrested Tuesday when a task force of federal and state food investigators shut down several purportedly illicit soft-cheese and Mexican sausage-making operations in homes and garages in Los Angeles and Compton. Dist. Atty.
January 12, 2012
  Total time: 35 minutes Servings: 4 to 6 Note: Adapted from "Spork-Fed" by Jenny Engel and Heather Goldberg, who write: The traditional version of this dish is known for its creamy, rich texture and its impact on your hips. Our Alfredo gives you the same fulfilled feelings without the side effects! Adding the cheese crisps makes this a delight to eat, because you get the crunch along with the creamy texture of the noodles. We like to toss in some greens whenever we get the chance, so throw in spinach, kale or chard for a boost of nutrients.
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