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Old October 13th, 2021, 02:32 PM #81
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Band Aid in a takeout Deli Salad. Right on top! They refunded whole Family Dinner at $56.00, but haven’t gone back.
In my home state of Pennsylvania, persons preparing ready to eat food are required by health laws to wear gloves.

I assume it is no different in Maryland. If I am correct, persons making salads, sandwiches or other things that don't have to be heated or cooked, SHOULD be wearing gloves and IF they did, you probably wouldn't have found a Band-Aid

That means the restaurant where you bought your take-out salad isn't following basic health safety protocols which is all the more reason to stay away!!

They probably don't wash their hands either...
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As a teenager back in in the day, I remember opening up a new box of raisin bran. In the first bowl, a fair number of the "raisins" were actually small dried up beetles. Glad I noticed that before having a bite. In reality, it's just a bit of extra protein, but still not appetizing.
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I found a cigarette butt in my won ton soup

Restaurant didn't care or want to do anything about it. Reported it to health dept next day.. They were shut down for 3 days
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In my home state of Pennsylvania, persons preparing ready to eat food are required by health laws to wear gloves.

I assume it is no different in Maryland. If I am correct, persons making salads, sandwiches or other things that don't have to be heated or cooked, SHOULD be wearing gloves and IF they did, you probably wouldn't have found a Band-Aid

That means the restaurant where you bought your take-out salad isn't following basic health safety protocols which is all the more reason to stay away!!

They probably don't wash their hands either...
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I try not to look too closely at my food for all of the reasons above, but a can of soup went clunk when I poured it into the pan. It was a British penny. Kinda cool actually
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Years ago at my wife's office Christmas party at Veras White Sands in Lusby one of her coworkers was the first at the buffet.

Her first scoop into the Mac & Cheese brought up a disposable glove that was cooked into the Mac & Cheese.
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My wife and I went to a local Green Turtle restaurant for dinner. I ordered beer battered fried chicken with sides. Some time later server came to our table with our ordered dinners and set them before us. The crispy fried chicken looked very savory, and without much other thought I cutoff a bite of the chicken, dipped it in some spicy sauce and popped it into my mouth. At first it tasted yummy, but then, as I chewed, my brain was telling me that something wasn't quite right with what I was chewing.

I discretely put the partially chewed bite into my napkin and began scrutinizing the food. As I poked through it, it appeared to me to be raw in the middle. I then cut into and looked at all of the pieces on my plate, and found that all of them were raw in the middle. Apparently, the cook didn't leave the chicken in the fryer or fry pan long enough.

That so turned my stomach that I lost my hunger for dinner--so, I just watched my wife eat her dinner, and spent the time visiting about other topics.

I was at a new diner about a month ago. They were having fried chicken problems also, they ended up bringing one customers second batch of chicken out with a thermometer in it to prove it was done. The other customer just said no thanks.
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Years ago at my wife's office Christmas party at Veras White Sands in Lusby one of her coworkers was the first at the buffet.

Her first scoop into the Mac & Cheese brought up a disposable glove that was cooked into the Mac & Cheese.
Better the first scoop than the last scoop!
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