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Unread 12-13-2012, 08:01 PM   #29
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Originally Posted by landarc View Post
I agree with Frognot and Beto, I would tell the boss that the meat is on the old side, tell him upfront. Let him know you will open it up, check it out, but, that if there is any doubt, you will not cook it.

If I had a reputation as a cook, I would not risk it because some guy thinks that meat is good enough for his workers. To be honest, I would have told him no, I prefer to buy my own meat for what I cook.
Damn straight! I wouldn't risk my reputation with my co-workers. I'd hate to be known as the guy that gave em the chits at the company christmas lunch or worse, they could start comparing you to Shane! Oh the horror..............
Seriously though, let him know. Not work the health or reputation risk.
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