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Unread 04-03-2011, 11:34 PM   #9
TheMidnightSmoker
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Originally Posted by C Rocke View Post
Need to check with DEH - CA code is either "cooked on site" at the customer's location, or cooked in the commercial kitchen - That is to say inside the location in an NSF approved unit. That applies to "pick up" customers. Cutting corners and bending the rules can affect your liability insurance and permits/licenses. Be careful!
Thanks. Yes I want to obey the rules and certainly do not want to screw up my license and insurance. If I am required to cook "inside" the commercial kitchen then I wont have access to a smoker. Thats where my confusion comes in. I am assuming most commercial kitchens have ovens but doubt they have a smoker.
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