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Bluestem Bistro

1219 Moro St.

Date: April 20, 2015

Reason: Follow-up

Result: No follow-up

4-601.11(A) On the wire rack above the pizza oven, there was one plastic food-grade container with tape left on it and stored as clean. Corrected on site: removed the tape and placed at the ware wash area.

4-602.11(E)(4) On the Coca-Cola soda fountain machine, there is mold buildup on the inside of the root beer pop nozzle.

4-202.11(A)(2) On the wire rack above the pizza oven, there was one plastic 2-liter food-grade container with cracks in it. Corrected on site: discarded.

Chen’s Chinese Restaraunt

2704 Anderson Ave.

Date: April 20, 2015

Reason: Follow-up

Result: No follow-up

No issues cited.

Dairy Queen Brazier

3116 Anderson Ave.

Date: April 21, 2015

Reason: Routine

Result: Follow-up

6-301.14 There is no hand washing sign or poster in the men’s or women’s restrooms. Corrected on site: left two hand washing stickers.

3-101.11 In the walk-in cooler, there was an open half-gallon of milk without a known date. Corrected on site: discarded.

4-601.11(A) On the utensil rack between the walk-in freezer and the walk-in cooler, there were two tan plastic lids with tape residue left on them and stored as clean. There was one clear plastic lid with a sticker left on it and stored as clean. On the utensil rack across from the walk-in cooler, there was a plastic shield guard to the blender with tape left on it and stored as clean. The large can opener connected to a prep table had dried food debris and was not used today. Corrected on site: moved all items to the ware wash area.

3-501.14(A)(1) In the WIC, there were two plastic food-grade containers with gravy at an internal temperature of 117 F and 93 F. They were placed in the walk-in cooler around 9:35 a.m. and 9:45 a.m. and were tempted around 1:15 p.m. (past two hours). The gravy container at 117 F was sitting on top of another gravy container and not submerged in the ice bath. Corrected on site: both containers were discarded.

3-501.16(A)(1) The gravy warmer unit to the left of the chicken warmer had gravy with an internal temperature of 122.7 F. It was placed on there less than two hours. Corrected on site: rapidly reheated it to 165 F.

3-501.16(A)(2) In the front counter reach-in cooler (below the ice cream machine) there was a half gallon of milk with an internal temperature of 43.8 F. The ambient air temperature of the unit was reading 50.0 F. The vanilla ice cream mix and the half gallon of milk were placed in the unit around 11 a.m. and were tempted around 2:15 p.m. (less than four hours). Corrected on site: placed the vanilla mix and milk in the walk-in cooler.

3-501.18(A)(1) In the walk-in cooler, there was a round plastic food-grade container of sliced ham with a discard date of April 19 (past seven days). Corrected on site: discarded.

7-201.11(A) There was a sanitizer bucket being stored on top of the counter next to a squeeze bottle of peanut butter and a pump bottle of jelly. Corrected on site: removed the sanitizer bucket.

4-301.11 The front counter reach-in cooler (below the ice cream machine), ambient air temperature was reading 50.0 F.

6-202.15(A)(3) The back exit door has a 1/2-inch gap along the bottom of the door. This could allow the entrance for pests.

4-202.11(A)(2) On the utensil rack (between the walk-in freezer and walk-in cooler), there was one tan plastic rectangle food grade container with a broken edge. There was also a clear sterilite plastic food grade lid with a crack on the clasp. Corrected on site: removed from the shelf and placed in the office.

6-501.11 The light fixture cover in the walk-in freezer has a broken edge. The Frigidaire reach-in freezer glass top door is missing due to the glass shattering (note: placed a metal sheet pan to help close the top and the manager is buying one).

6-303.11(A) The right reach-in freezer in the lobby has two lights burnt out.

Educational materials distributed.

Hunam Express

1112 Moro St.

Date: April 16, 2015

Reason: Complaint

Result: Follow-up

5-205.11(A) The hand sink on the west wall was blocked by a metal cart with boxes. Corrected on site: moved the metal cart.

3-202.15 In the dry food storage area, there were two large cans of water chestnuts with deep dents on the top seam and towards the bottom seam. Corrected on site: pulled back for vendor credit.

3-302.11(A)(1)(a) In the walk-in cooler on a speed rack, there was a metal container of raw beef being stored directly over a metal container of peeled potatoes. Corrected on site: rearranged items.

3-302.11(A)(1)(b) In the walk-in cooler on a shelf, there was a round metal container of raw chicken being stored directly over a large gray plastic bin of cooked lo mein noodles. Corrected on site: rearranged items.

3-302.11(A)(2) In the walk in cooler on a speed rack there were two metal containers of raw chicken being stored directly above two metal containers of raw beef. Corrected on site: rearranged items.

4-601.11(A) On the utensil rack above the three-compartment sink (in the ware wash area), there were 10 metal containers that had dried food debris and stored clean. Corrected on site: moved to the ware wash area.

4-602.11(E)(4) There is mold inside of the ice machine where the lid opens up.

3-501.16(A)(2) In the walk-in cooler there was a plastic bag of sprouts with an internal temperature of 44.6 F and in the Aquafina reach-in cooler there was a plastic bag of sprouts with an internal temperature of 46.9 F. The person in charge said they were in both of the units from last night, April 15 (past four hours). Corrected on site: both bags were discarded (note: both of the bags were sealed shut and preventing air flow to enter the bags to cool the product down).

On top of the make table, there were two plastic food grade containers of cut cabbage with an internal temperature of 71.9 F and 72.2 F. The person in charge said they were sitting out since 10:45 a.m. and were tempted around 11:50 a.m. Corrected on site: placed the items on an ice bath so they could continue working with the product.

7-201.11(B) There was a can of Comet and a bottle of liquid dish soap being stored on top of the mechanical dish machine with clean dishes inside of the unit. Corrected on site: removed the chemicals and ran the dishes through another cycle.

3-305.11(A)(1) In the back food storage area, there was a bag of onions sitting directly on the floor. Corrected on site: placed onions on the shelf.

3-304.12(F) At the buffet line, there was a plastic spoon sitting in a cup of room temperature water. Educated about keeping the spoon in 135 F water or leaving the spoon in a dry clean container and replacing the spoon every four hours. Corrected on site: cleaned the spoon and placed in a dry clean container.

4-803.11 There were two soiled rags sitting on top of the large mixer (don’t use the machine). Educated to put the soiled rags in a bucket labeled “dirty towels.” Corrected on site: removed soiled rags.

4-101.11(A) In the reach-in cooler across from the fryers, there was a plastic non-food grade container of dumplings. Corrected on site: placed dumplings in a metal food grade container.

6-303.11(A) The light in the Aquafina reach-in cooler is burnt out (note: the unit is under a light fixture and you can easily see products inside).

Educational materials distributed.

Kitchen Capers

100 Manhattan Town Center #205

Date: April 21, 2015

Reason: Routine

Result: No follow-up

3-101.11 In the reach-in cooler, there was a 1/2 gallon of chocolate milk, a gallon of skim milk and a gallon of whole milk open without a known date. Corrected on site: discarded.

There was also a ziplock bag of sliced tomatoes without a known date. Corrected on site: discarded.

There was a plastic round container of cut lettuce leafs without a known date. Corrected on site: discarded.

7-301.11(B) On a retail shelf, there were 16 containers of Sun Gold All Purpose Cleaner being stored directly above ready-to-eat sugar tubes and bottles of liquid flavor syrup. Corrected on site: rearranged items.

Educational materials distributed.

Oppy’s Amoco Service

605 S. Third St.

Date: April 21, 2015

Reason: Routine

Result: Follow-up

5-205.11(B) The hand sink behind the front counter had a pair of plastic gloves sitting in the sink. Corrected on site: discarded.

3-101.11 In the walk-in cooler, there was a small foam container labeled Ham Bowl (ham, egg, peppers, etc.) that had a hair in it. Corrected on site: discarded.

4-602.11(E)(4) On the soda fountain machine, there was mold in the pop nozzles. There is dried buildup of food debris on the dispensers in the cappuccino machine.

3-501.16(A)(1) In the crock pot on the counter, there was sausage gravy with an internal temperature of 127.7 F. It was placed in the crock pot around 6 a.m. and was tempted around 8:30 a.m. Corrected on site: rapidly reheated it in the microwave to 165 F (note: the crock pot was set on warm, adjusted the temperature gauge to hold at a higher temperature).

7-102.11 There was a working spray bottle with clear liquid sitting in the three-compartment sink without a label. An employee said it was bleach. Corrected on site: labeled the bottle.

7-201.11(A) There was a working spray bottle of bleach sitting in the three-compartment sink with an open bag of ready-to-eat chili. Corrected on site: removed the chemical.

7-301.11(B) On a retail shelf, there was one pump of hand sanitizer being stored directly above a box of Halls cough drops and two bottles of Hydrogen Peroxide being stored directly above one box of Kleenex tissues. Corrected on site: rearranged items.

3-602.11(B)(2)(3)(4)(5) In the 7 Up RIC, there were seven 4-ounce foam containers with ranch and bacon pasta made on site without the ingredients, net weight, business information and food allergens on the containers. Corrected on site: pulled out of the reach-in cooler and placed in the walk-in cooler – not going to sell to customers.

4-101.11(A) In the walk-in cooler, there was a green non-food grade container of sausage gravy. Corrected on site: placed the gravy in a food-safe bag and put it in the container.

4-601.11(C) In the walk-in cooler, there is dust buildup on the fan blowers and on the ceiling.

5-205.15(B) In the unisex restroom, the urinal is out of order due to it not draining properly (note: a plumber is scheduled to come).

6-501.12(A) In the cabinet below the hand sink behind the front counter and the cabinet where the soda syrup boxes are, there was approximately 20-30 old, dried rodent excreta pellets.

6-202.11(A) There are five light fixtures in the walk-in cooler (where the doors open up in the front) that do not have protective shields.

Educational materials distributed.

Shop Quik #16

1127 Bluemont Ave.

Date: April 16, 2015

Reason: Routine

Result: No follow-up

4-602.11(E)(4) There is dried food buildup on the dispensers on the cappuccino machine.

7-102.11 At the front counter, there was a clear plastic container with clear liquid and not labeled. The person in charge said it was chlorine. Corrected on site: labeled container as sanitizer.

7-301.11(B) On the window sill, there were six jugs of windshield washer fluid being stored directly above a bottle of Similac Advance baby formula and Halls cough drops. Corrected on site: rearranged.

6-202.15(A)(3) The back exit door has a 1/8-inch gap along the right side of the door. This could allow the entrance for pests.

4-302.14 There was no test kit to measure the concentration of the sanitizer. Corrected on site: left chlorine test strips.

6-501.12(A) There is trash in the walk-in cooler.

K.S.A. 65-657(b) On the retail shelf, there was one box of Alka-Seltzer (four tablets) that expired January 2015. Corrected on site: pulled from the shelf.

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