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When dozens of CNE patrons fell ill after eating the now infamous cronut burger, some observers rushed to blame the hamburger patties that came served between two slices of the croissant doughnut hybrid.

But the culprit wasn the lowly burger.

On Tuesday, Toronto Public Health officials confirmed the ingredient that induced violent, gastrointestinal issues for almost 80 patrons was a maple bacon jam supplied by a chic Toronto patisserie that also provided the cronuts to the vendor, Epic Burger and Waffles.

Health officials said lab results on the burger showed traces of Staphylococcus aureus toxins in the jam, manufactured by Le Dolci, a Toronto “foodie studio” bent on dispensing “fun, foodie education and fabulous sweet treats” through private baking lessons and pricey eating tours in Paris, northern Italy and San Francisco.

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Of the many baking classes on offer (about $80 for two hours), one advertises that it will teach pupils how to fashion miniature designer Birkin bags and Hermes boxes from buttercream to be used as toppings for gourmet cupcakes.

But with the discovery of Staphylococcus aureus, all of Le Dolci plans have been put on pause. The toxin, which is a burberry bags sale Staph infection, can cause nausea, vomiting and diarrhea within two to four hours of ingestion. It cannot be killed by further cooking or refrigeration. In rare cases it can be serious, even fatal, in young children and the elderly.

The bakery will be barred from opening until any issues regarding safe food handling and preparation are corrected, said Jennifer Veenboer, spokesperson for Toronto Public Health, who declined to speculate on how long the investigation might take.

In a statement, Le Dolci said it is concerned about the week events. are a small team of family and employees who run the operation and we take food safety very seriously. It is of the utmost importance to us. We have strict policies and procedures in place for all of our staff a burberry bags sale nd suppliers to ensure we always output a high quality product. At present we are fully co operating with the Toronto Public Health department to assist them into their investigation and will continue to do so until this matter is resolved. jam was made from bacon, maple syrup, water and brown sugar. Health officials said further testing will r burberry bags sale eveal whether the offender was the bacon or if the toxin was caused by improper food storage.

The toxin could have formed during any stage of production, prompting the public agency to order a top to bottom inspection of the food production and handling process; however, city health inspectors have already identified temperature control issues at La Dolci and onsite at the food stand.

The jam was made in 10 litre batches, poured into pails and transported by truck to the CNE fairgrounds from the Le Dolci’s storefront on Dundas Street West near Trinity Bellwoods Park.

At Dominque Ansel Bakery in Lower Manhattan the inventor and trademark owner of the cronut where lineups form up to three hours before opening and wind around city blocks, the great Canadian cronut catastrophe hasn burberry bags sale hurt the brand.

have had a few Canadian fans write in to us saying it is karma for this Canadian company for trying to make a bootleg version of our product, said a spokesperson in an email to the National Post.

are starting to realize that a company that rushes to copy someone else idea is probably also taking shortcuts elsewhere in this case, heath and hygiene. Epic Burgers was given the green light to reopen on Tuesday after being closed for almost a week as long as it no longer serves the bacon preserve.

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Heat a 9 or 10 inch cast iron skillet over medium high heat. Add the bacon and cook until crisped. Transfer the bacon to the lined plate to drain. Turn off the heat, leaving the fat in the skillet.

Combine the cornmeal, flour, brown sugar, baking powder, baking soda, salt and black pepper in a mixing bowl.

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A toolbag lost in space by an American astronaut in an unprece burberry bags sale dented blunder last week has been spotted and filmed by a backyard satellite watcher in Canada.

Astronaut Heidemarie Stefanyshyn Piper watched helplessly as the bag drifted away from her while she was cleaning and greasing a a gummed up joint on a wing of solar panels on the International Space Station.

The bag which NASA says costs about $US100,000 and is one of the largest items lost on a spacewalk became untethered from a larger kit and floated away, taking with it a pair of grease guns, wipes and a putty knife.

NASA video clips of the incident, which have been viewed more than 100,000 times on YouTube, show Stefanyshyn Piper reaching out, but to no avail.

Now, Kevin Fetter, a veteran satellite observer in Brockville, Ontario, has spotted the lost tool bag using his backyard observatory and published a video of it online.

He captured the backpack sized bag at the exact time it passed over his observatory.

In an email interview, Fetter said his find had little to do with luck and he had plann burberry bags sale ed to capture the tool bag on video as it was “something new in orbit”.

The US military tracks objects in space and releases orbital data about them, allowing star gazers to pinpoint their location.

“Depending on the size of the object and how much light its surface reflects will determine if I can see it, and get it on video,” Fetter said.

Lister Staveley Smith, professor of physics at the University of Western Australia and vice president of the Astronomical Society of Australia, said military radars coul burberry bags sale d track objects “much smaller than a tool bag” using equipment similar to the airport radars used to detect planes.

“The radio waves are sent out from a radar, they bounce off the tool bag or satellite and [then] they come back to Earth and are detected by a radar [receiver],” he said.

The information allowed astronomers to pinpoint the location of the object to within a few metres f burberry bags sale rom its actual location, he added.

Fetter used a $900 Celestron Nexstar 102 SLT telescope fitted with a high resolution camera, which was in turn connected via a networking cable to his computer. The set up allows him to control the telescope from inside his house and record the video directly to his computer.

A detailed outline of Fetter’s equipment and several video clips of his space observations can be found on his website.

“I don’t have any [professional] background in astronomy. Just one night I looked up at the night sky and got hooked on astronomy. It was many years later that I started satellite observing,” he said.

Staveley Smith said it was important for NASA to monitor the position of the tool bag as there was a remote chance it could cause damage to the space station.

“As space junk goes it’s quite small but because it’s roughly in the same orbit as the space station itself there’s a chance that it might later on collide with the space station’s solar panels,” he said.

In an interview from the space station with The Associated Press after losing the bag, Stefanyshyn Piper vowed to triple check all tethers to avoid another incident.