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post #1 of Old 07-02-2006, 09:06 PM Thread Starter
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Takeout

MMMM Chinese.
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post #2 of Old 07-02-2006, 09:08 PM
 
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Dang it Dave......now I won't eat chinese again for 2 months. Frying cats really does cause a lot of nasty build up in the ducts.
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Holy Crap. That is not fun at all.

I'm going to need to pin this up for my diet

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You want to lose any urge to eat out?
Work in a business where you regularly call on restaurants and spend time in the kitchens.
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You want to lose any urge to eat out?
Work in a business where you regularly call on restaurants and spend time in the kitchens.
I used to work in a few kitchens...Ugh! Thanks for reminding me.

You want to never eat meat again? Work in a meat department for a while...I was a meat cutter for a few years too. I could tell you some stories about how rotting meat was "salvaged". LOL
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I used to work in a few kitchens...Ugh! Thanks for reminding me.

You want to never eat meat again? Work in a meat department for a while...I was a meat cutter for a few years too. I could tell you some stories about how rotting meat was "salvaged". LOL
Whoa.....stop right there.We have reached the point of too much information.
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Whoa.....stop right there.We have reached the point of too much information.
Yea, especially with the 4th coming up and burgers and hot dogs are on the menu.

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and Chicken. Well they call it chicken at least.

We call it #7 with a side of rice.

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I used to work in a few kitchens...Ugh! Thanks for reminding me.

You want to never eat meat again? Work in a meat department for a while...I was a meat cutter for a few years too. I could tell you some stories about how rotting meat was "salvaged". LOL
I remember as a kid we had a butcher shop in my area that was caught using bleach on ground meat to make it look fresh and red.

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Dave,
I can arrange a tour of a chicken processing plant that will most assuredly change the way you look at the local KFC.



Dang it Ken TMI.
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I can arrange a tour of a chicken processing plant that will most assuredly change the way you look at the local KFC.



Dang it Ken TMI.
No way...the Colonel would NEVER mistreat those chickens!!
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I remember as a kid we had a butcher shop in my area that was caught using bleach on ground meat to make it look fresh and red.
There were many many pork shoulder roasts we sold after cutting off the outer 1/2" of rotting meat...

Washed many a whole chicken too to get the funk off of them too...
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I can ruin your barbacue with some pictures of what I found at a big name restaurant. When the cooks leave for the night the you know what come out to play. Kind of like a bop the mole game through the plastic.

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I used to lease grease filters to one of the most popular Chinese restaurants in my area. My in-laws LOVED it.
Not only was it filthy, but they had about 200 cats that lived in a separate old house in back of the restaurant and always had several 50 lb bags of cat food on the back porch of the restaurant.

I don't think I ever saw the same cat twice.
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There were many many pork shoulder roasts we sold after cutting off the outer 1/2" of rotting meat...

Washed many a whole chicken too to get the funk off of them too...
Bet you smelt lovely when you went home, or what about lunch time in the 90 Deg heat?

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Kitty-cat flied lice!
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No more chinese for me.
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It appears to be pretty soft.....scrap-chem-shot. How big was the system?
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