I have this weird affliction (among many): Every time a food is involved in an outbreak or recall, I tend to crave that food.
Earlier in March, food safety officials warned the public about a possible health risk in consuming a smoked trout spread sold at several establishments throughout Quebec because it is likely to contain Listeria monocytogenes.
The spread, ‘Tartinade de truite fumee,’ was sold in 160g units and was produced by the National Herring Import Company Ltd. at 9820 Ray-Lawson Boulevard in Montreal. The units had a best before date of April 2, 2020.
The product was packaged in a clear plastic container with a black plastic cover and was refrigerated.
That’s not a trout lunch, this is, which I made yesterday (this not mine, but similar, because I forgot to take a picture).