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    Re: Marshalltown Maid-Rite Owner Protests State Ruling

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    Re: Marshalltown Maid-Rite Owner Protests State Ruling

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    Re: Marshalltown Maid-Rite Owner Protests State Ruling

    The wife and I are having lunch at Taylor's today. mmm.....good.



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    Re: Marshalltown Maid-Rite Owner Protests State Ruling

    The "holier than thou" Marshalltown Maid-Rite people are really bugging me.

    I don't think it is a huge deal about how they cook their meat, but it doesn't sound totally safe, so I don't have a problem with what the state is trying to do.

    What I do have a problem with is the owners claiming they don't have the money to upgrade the restaurant.

    Additionally it really peeves me that you get ridiculed for using freaking ketchup. That is ridiculous.



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    Re: Marshalltown Maid-Rite Owner Protests State Ruling

    Quote Originally Posted by superdorf View Post
    The "holier than thou" Marshalltown Maid-Rite people are really bugging me.

    I don't think it is a huge deal about how they cook their meat, but it doesn't sound totally safe, so I don't have a problem with what the state is trying to do.

    What I do have a problem with is the owners claiming they don't have the money to upgrade the restaurant.

    Additionally it really peeves me that you get ridiculed for using freaking ketchup. That is ridiculous.
    You sound like a "new school" maid-rite customer. You can have your safe meat and all the ketchup you want in one of the maid rite chains.



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    Re: Marshalltown Maid-Rite Owner Protests State Ruling

    Quote Originally Posted by dmclone View Post
    You sound like a "new school" maid-rite customer. You can have your safe meat and all the ketchup you want in one of the maid rite chains.
    Thanks for proving my point.



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    Re: Marshalltown Maid-Rite Owner Protests State Ruling

    Maid-rites taste better with cheese and ketchup, truth.



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    Re: Marshalltown Maid-Rite Owner Protests State Ruling

    Quote Originally Posted by Phaedrus View Post
    You, also, do not know what you're talking about. They do NOT mix cooked and raw meat. The preparation pans are configured in a certain special way that puts them in the same container, but separated. It's a special preparation process that is unique to the original Maid rite, and it has proven safe for a long, long time.



    Now you are making **** up. They do not store raw and cooked meat together. In fact, they prepare it out in plain site, so any customer who chooses to can see how it's prepared and leave if they also choose to.

    You are asserting that gov't welfare employees are somehow superior to people who actually work for a living in making these kinds of judgements. And that somehow, us poor stupid schmuck consumers are not qualified to decide whether to purchase something or not, based upon some idiot bureaucrat's pronouncements.

    Do us a favor: You don't have the slightest idea what you are talking about, so how 'bout not posting in this thread anymore? M'kay?
    /sigh.. Chill out man. Yes, I do believe we should follow the health and safety rules that were put into law by the government. No, I don't have any stance whatsoever on the superiority or inferiority of the government employees who make the inspections compared to anyone else. I don't think a restaurant owner is by nature a much better person than a health inspector. I do trust them both to do their job.

    These laws get put in place for a reason. Every other restaurant has no problem following them, so why not this Taylor's place? From what I have understood in this thread, cooked meat is stored in a container that is separate from the raw meat, but is still inside the same larger container that holds both of them. Is that correct? If so, as I said before, why take the risk?

    You seem to be completely full of contempt for any law that regulates how food is prepared. That's fine, I suppose. But personally, I prefer being able to go to any restaurant in America and knowing that the food is guaranteed to be as safe as reasonably possible and I would guess that a lot of people share my point of view.



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    Re: Marshalltown Maid-Rite Owner Protests State Ruling

    Quote Originally Posted by agrabes View Post
    /sigh.. Chill out man. Yes, I do believe we should follow the health and safety rules that were put into law by the government. No, I don't have any stance whatsoever on the superiority or inferiority of the government employees who make the inspections compared to anyone else. I don't think a restaurant owner is by nature a much better person than a health inspector. I do trust them both to do their job.

    These laws get put in place for a reason. Every other restaurant has no problem following them, so why not this Taylor's place? From what I have understood in this thread, cooked meat is stored in a container that is separate from the raw meat, but is still inside the same larger container that holds both of them. Is that correct? If so, as I said before, why take the risk?

    You seem to be completely full of contempt for any law that regulates how food is prepared. That's fine, I suppose. But personally, I prefer being able to go to any restaurant in America and knowing that the food is guaranteed to be as safe as reasonably possible and I would guess that a lot of people share my point of view.
    And you have this incredibly naive notion that government regulations always actually make sense, and mean something.

    And no, the meat isn't STORED in the same container, it is prepared in the same container. There is a difference, and since your understanding is flawed, why do you continue to make your non-point?

    What confused the moron gov't official (no shortage there) was that the technique was "non-standard". And if there is one thing American restaurants DON'T need, it is more standardization.

    Your last paragraph was drama-queening of the first order. Go ahead, you started out from a position of utter ignorance, you might as well add that ludicrous assertion as well. The food inspector idiot did nothing to advance food safety.


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    Re: Marshalltown Maid-Rite Owner Protests State Ruling

    Quote Originally Posted by 3TrueFans View Post
    Maid-rites taste better with cheese and ketchup, truth.
    With ketchup, they are "sloppy joes". There is a difference.


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    Re: Marshalltown Maid-Rite Owner Protests State Ruling

    Quote Originally Posted by Phaedrus View Post
    With ketchup, they are "sloppy joes". There is a difference.
    If you make it with ketchup maybe, but not if you dip it. And ketchup and cheese make everything better.



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    Re: Marshalltown Maid-Rite Owner Protests State Ruling

    Quote Originally Posted by Phaedrus View Post
    With ketchup, they are "sloppy joes". There is a difference.
    You can have sloppy joes without ketchup.



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    Re: Marshalltown Maid-Rite Owner Protests State Ruling

    Quote Originally Posted by 3TrueFans View Post
    If you make it with ketchup maybe, but not if you dip it. And ketchup and cheese make everything better.
    Actually, ketchup just destroys the flavor of everything it touches, and makes it taste like.... ketchup. Frankly, I like the way food tastes. Don't need ketchup to obscure it's true flavor.

    Quote Originally Posted by TarHeelHawk View Post
    You can have sloppy joes without ketchup.
    I didn't say you couldn't. I just said that if you put ketchup on a Maid-Rite, it turns into a sloppy joe.

    Ketchup is the Anti-Maid Rite....


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    Re: Marshalltown Maid-Rite Owner Protests State Ruling

    Quote Originally Posted by Phaedrus View Post
    Actually, ketchup just destroys the flavor of everything it touches, and makes it taste like.... ketchup. Frankly, I like the way food tastes. Don't need ketchup to obscure it's true flavor.



    I didn't say you couldn't. I just said that if you put ketchup on a Maid-Rite, it turns into a sloppy joe.

    Ketchup is the Anti-Maid Rite....
    False.



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