Originally Posted by Puppyboy
For me, the inspector came to my house.
We made sure the fridge was cold, the warmers were on, and there was hot water for when he arrived.
He felt the temp of the hot water and measured the temps of the fridge and warmers with a therometer.
Our guy didn't ask many questions at all but provided a lot of handouts about handwashing, outdoor cooking, and the way to shelve items in the fridge.
I was all kinds of nervous before he arrived but after visiting with him, he just wanted to make sure we were serving safe food.
Do it the right way and you will be fine.
Exactly my experience. She told me to have the fridges on and hot water. She gave me no smoking stickers, and the official hand wash sign. Some other handouts. Then she went to her car and printed me my passed inspection report. The official sealed copy came in the mail.
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