The item was recalled after Bob Evans informed FSIS that some consumers reported finding small pieces of thin blue rubber in the product.
Last Friday, in an official announcement by the Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS), the department said, "The sausage subject to recall are: 1-lb. chubs containing "Bobs Evans Italian Sausage" with lot code XEN3663466 and a "USE/FRZ BY" date of 11/26/22, with a time stamp between 14:43 and 15:25."
Each of these products has establishment number "EST.6785" marked by the USDA.
Random stuff is a sometime hit with me, but not bits of thin blue rubber in dinner ingredients...
Mondrian was known for rectangularish tracts of primary colors.
It will stay that way, because they are afraid of damaging it.
[The book] is audacious in structure. Janssen, who died last year, at the age of sixty-seven, drew on his profound knowledge to dispense with strict chronology and to write not only about his subject’s prodigious mind and eye but also from within them. He openly employs devices of fiction to parse intellectual insights and emotional states and, now and then, to cobble together imagined conversations between Mondrian and some of his significant contemporaries, with lines taken verbatim either from Mondrian’s own writings and letters or from the diaries, letters, or recollections of others, such as the American sculptor Alexander Calder. The readerly effect is a bit uncanny, recalling Marianne Moore’s definition of poetry as “imaginary gardens with real toads in them.”
Although this made me a bit nauseous both for Grace Kelly and absolutely stellar costume designer Edith Head, the irony is funny.