But one must ask themselves where one has the better chance of being exposed to the bug?? Walmart filled with the public or a curbside pickup at a restaurant that is monitoring employees?Just get in a couple of DiGiorno rising crust, or deep pan, from the supermarket.
I know one chicken shop on my old bin diving route used to close at 10 pm with a hot cabinet full of chicken and they never threw anything out.Personally I don't understand why all these fast food places have been allowed to stay open here. All you need is one disease infested slop monkey handling the food, or packaging and that is it. They ain't the cleanest places to eat ordinarily.
We have a couple of the big pizza groups doing ad's on telly at the moment saying that their product is not touched by human hand from the moment it enters to cooking process to the moment you open the box to eat it. Oh, look at that pig flying past the window........................
I've never eaten a kebab, and I never will...I know one chicken shop on my old bin diving route used to close at 10 pm with a hot cabinet full of chicken and they never threw anything out.
I'm not saying they reheated it the next day but I am.
Walmart is only letting in 1 customer per one thousand sq ft of floor space as of saturday morning. Plenty of space to move around in.But one must ask themselves where one has the better chance of being exposed to the bug?? Walmart filled with the public or a curbside pickup at a restaurant that is monitoring employees?
There's an enclave on Irlam moss..I used to live in the lake district national park and was up the hills 2 or 3 times a week , probably did every single mapped foot path in the whole park and off grid routes as well, I never saw one dusky ethnic minority out enjoying nature, the Japs will go to Ambleside and Keswick to buy fudge and but they don't go beyond 100 m of any car park. POC are not interested in anything rural , farming, rambling ,walking or the outdoors in general and prefer urban living.
Ever see any black or brown farmers in the UK, Islamic dairies or Pakistani farm shops ?
Blokes in 2nd Bn Queens Regt used Colours when addressing CSgts in the 70s and early 80s (I transferred out in 81). One bloke said it to one of the Instructors, a Devon & Dorsets CSg IIRC, at the Sigs Wing at the School of Inf at Warminster.I know, I know, but it is how it was reported and discussed with the present head of the American Medical Association, Dr Patrice Harris.
Use of the phrase always takes me back to a moment in Lympstone at the CTC. A recruit approaches a member of permanent staff who is a Colour Sgt, stomps to the 'shun and opens his mouth with the words, "Excuse me Colours...................". The Colour Sgt bellowed out, "Colours, fcuking Colours, do I look like a fcuking rainbow to you"? That was back in the days when you were not required to hug recruits.
We will take our chances and pick up once or twice a week.Walmart is only letting in 1 customer per one thousand sq ft of floor space as of saturday morning. Plenty of space to move around in.
I have lost count of the number of times I have pointed out unhygienic food handling in fast food places, demanded and received a full refund. If they can't handle the ordinary day to day hygiene I have ZERO trust in any of them to be able to handle food in, what is effectively, a bio-warfare environment for which they have not been properly trained.
Pizza in a bax from the supermarket, or homemade works for my family.
Young calves and owd sheep.You shoot cats ?
A poacher I knew used to eat badger, hedgehog , squirrel and almost anything else but he would never eat a kebab however drunk he was ,he`d worked for one of the kebab shops making the big stacks of "meat" and knew too well what was in there.Young calves and owd sheep.
Oh , and cheek meat off geriatric coos...
Summat to do with the 'stickiness' in mature muscle...
The calves are to add the tenderness.
(Plus they're about the cheapest meat you can buy)
I have been know to shoot cats , but that's for an altogether different reason
Public Health in Brum a good few years ago went to loads of Kebabs shops and cut the 'meat' through, something like 80% had maggots and flies on the insideWhatever is in kebab meat must be like Richmond sausages, I left some of those out in the garden and nothing touched them, they never went off either just dried out.
Rotating a slab of kebab meat on an off a grill for a week means there can't be much in there that bacteria can grow on.
In a former life, the ex Missus and her Metropolitan mates were big on going down the 'Curry Mile' in Rusholme, Manchester of a weekend.A poacher I knew used to eat badger, hedgehog , squirrel and almost anything else but he would never eat a kebab however drunk he was ,he`d worked for one of the kebab shops making the big stacks of "meat" and knew too well what was in there.