If you’re anything like us, you spent the week after Thanksgiving perpetually stuffed on leftovers. So we understand if you didn’t want to spend your spare time reading about food recalls. But that’s exactly what we did, and we’ve got all the news for you in our Recall Roundup.

It was a relatively quiet week for food recalls after last week’s untimely recalls of canned pumpkin and dried cranberries.

Front Row Produce recalled their Grape Tomatoes sold in 10 ounce packages and 10 pound bulk boxes, because they have the potential to be contaminated with Salmonella. The tomatoes were distributed throughout Missouri and Illinois to foodservice distributors and retail stores.

Trans-Ocean Products, of Bellingham, Washington recalled 4 ounce packages of transOCEAN Wild Alaska Sockeye Smoked Salmon because it may be contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes.

Consumer Recall Safety - Sausage

Cantella’s Chicken Sausages were recalled for undeclared milk.

We saw two different recalls for sausage this week, both for containing undeclared allergens. 1,010 pounds of English Brand Bangers were recalled by Silva Sausage Co. for undeclared wheat, and 465 pounds of Cantella’s Chicken Sausages were recalled by Papa Cantella’s Inc. for undeclared milk.

For the second week in a row, Semita De Piña was recalled due to an undeclared allergen. Maxipan Bakery Corp. of New York, recalled their 8 ounce packages of the pineapple filled pastries after lab results revealed the presence of undeclared milk allergens.

Rounding out the week were a pair iPhone and iPod battery cases that were recalled due to overheating. Best Buy recalled 31,000 Rocketfish Battery Cases for the iPhone 3G/3GS that pose a fire hazard while charging. The Mophie Juice Pack Air rechargeable battery cases for the iPod Touch were recalled due to overheating, posing a burn hazard to consumers.

Do you have any of these recalled products in your household? Let us know in the comments and check back next Friday for another Recall Roundup.