, I started (and continue) posting current Food Recalls because I thought it was a vital and relevant topic for both Restaurant Professionals
and Roadfood members who cook and eat
to have a ready reference on here
for what food products they currently needed to be careful of or avoid completely in order that they, their customers, their families and their friends didn't get sick (and even die). I felt that in this small way I could make a constant positive contribution
to this website, instead of just being the recipient of all the varied information posted here.
It is very possible that this effort was and is a waste of my time, and that Food Recalls are not at all relevant to Roadfood as you mentioned above
. Since there have been some "thank you" postings on the Food Recalls thread (which you can read if you so desire), I have felt that my effort was appreciated, at least by some
Roadfood members. However, if this is not correct, I will be more than happy to delete the entire Food Recall topic and not worry any more about doing my share of contributions.
I am just happy that you, as well as some other Roadfood members, are wealthy enough to be able to constantly travel from coast to coast even in current economic times, so you can post trip reports on hundreds of Roadfood locations. Even in my most active travel days (when I had, at most, five weeks paid vacation), I always had to try to get the "biggest bang for my buck", camping instead of staying in hotels, driving instead of flying and renting a car, and searching out the best food deals wherever I was. Over a period of about 40 years, I visited all 50 U.S. states, all provinces of Canada, almost all Mexican states, most of Belize and a small part of Guatemala. And I enjoyed every minute of it. I wish you the best in all your travels.