HOUSTON - Thousands of Houstonians packed Grocery Stores on the day before Thanksgiving, even despite some challenges with certain staple ingredients.
All it takes is a walk around any grocery Store and you'll feel it -- the eve of Thanksgiving is here, and many people are out and about, getting what they need.
"Grocery shopping last-minute ... picking up a few things for the house," said Katy resident Asheley Gilbert.
She was one of many who heeded the warning from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, which recalled all romaine lettuce due to a potential E. coli contamination that may have made dozens in America sick.
"I told my husband this morning because he hadn't seen it, and I said, 'Make sure you look,'" said shopper Casey Fleming, who lives in the Third Ward.
Fleming's husband even thought to share his advice to those trying to beat the rush.
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