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Teppanyaki Grill Inc, 3810 S. U.S. 41 (5 Critical, 4 Non-Critical) Found raw chicken stored over cooked chicken; at buffet found fried fish, Italian pasta, crab, gravy and Thai chicken at 119-123 degrees - should be 135 degrees or above (discarded); at Hibachi grill found cooked rice, raw chicken and shell eggs at 49-65 degrees, raw frog legs found in kitchen at 61.1 degrees - should be 41 degrees or less (discarded); octopus salad, hard boiled eggs, cantaloupe and honey dew on buffet found at 48-53 degrees - should be 41 degrees or less; scrub brush and dirty stainless steel pans found in handwash sinks.
The Copper Bar, 810 Wabash Ave, (4 Critical, 3 Non-Critical) Raw hamburger stored over cook beef stew in cooler; chicken parmesan breading with food bits at room temperature (discarded); cooked food in small reach-in and walk-in not date marked; soda nozzles and cup holders observed with mold.
Pizza Di Roma, 3401 Dixie Bee Road (4 Critical, 2 Non-Critical) Pizzas and calzones not marked with time to discard (discarded); soda fountain nozzles found with accumulated black debris; no one in charge at time of inspection; found mouse feces on shelves under front counter.
El Camino Real Mexican Restaurant, 1119 N. Third St. (3 Critical, 1 Non-Critical) No sanitizer in wiping cloth bucket; mouse droppings observed on bottom shelf of steam table; spray bottles of cleaner not labeled.
Ambrosini’s, 1367 Wabash Ave. (2 Critical, 3 Non-Critical) No date marking found on spaghetti, penne pasta and Italian beef; no sanitizer measured in dishwasher.
Real Hacienda, 2141 S. Indiana 46 (2 Critical, 2 Non-Critical) In small cooler by grill observed raw bacon on top of container of mushrooms and slices of cheese (discarded); found black slime inside ice machine and old food debris on veggie dicer.
Lawton Byrum VFW Post #972, 1111 Veteran’s Square (2 Critical) Chicken and noodles, pasta and corn mush not date marked; soda fountain nozzle cup holders observed with mold.
St Mary’s — Sodexho O’Shaughnessy Hall, PO Box 130 O’Shaughnessy Hall (1 Critical, 3 Non-Critical) Observed employee touching sandwiches with bare hands (sandwiches discarded).
First Wok, 2570 Wabash Ave. (1 Critical, 2 Non-Critical) Found raw beef stored on top of raw pork in walk-in cooler, found raw meats stored over sauces in walk-in cooler.
Archie’s Tavern, Inc, 2640 Praireton Road (1 Critical, 1 Non-Critical) Mold observed in soda nozzle cup holder.
Ruby Tuesday’s, 3451 S. U.S. 41 (1 Critical, 1 Non-Critical) Bar soda nozzle holder and inside ice machine found with accumulated debris.
Speedway #5196, 6587 S. U.S. 41 (1 Critical, 1 Non-Critical) Black debris found on soda fountain nozzles.
Subway, 1485 Fort Harrison Road (1 Critical) Meatballs and sauce 124 degrees in steam table, not originally heated to 135 degrees.
Taco Casita, 2001 Wabash Av. (2 Non-Critical)
Wise Pies Pizza and Subs, 9 S. Sixth St. (1 Non-Critical)
The Country Club of Terre Haute, 57 Allendale (1 Non-Critical)
Edibles Catering and Foods To Go, 2629 S. Third (1 Non-Critical)
German Oberlandler Club, Inc, 1616 Lafayette Ave. (1 Non-Critical)
Crazy Buffet, 4676 S. U.S. 41 (2 Non-Critical)
Approved to operate:
TH Oberlandler German Club, Strassenfest
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Restaurant Inspections: Dec. 9, 2013
TRIED ’N’ TRUE: You can’t tell there’s Velveeta in this fudge
At Christmastime we make sweets, candy, cookies, etc. When we were in State Soil and Water, we would bring cookies and candy for the last night at the meetings. A friend of mine, Marie Bunting, brought this fudge recipe and samples.
- RESTAURANT INSPECTIONS: Nov. 25, 2013
RESTAURANT INSPECTIONS: Nov. 18, 2013
The Vigo County Health Department inspected the following food establishments Oct. 28-Nov. 1:
TRIED ’N’ TRUE: Serve Pecan Sour Cream Coffee Cake as breakfast appetizer
Last July I was with a friend of mine helping her with her home and dog. I was looking through her cookbooks and I saw this coffee cake recipe. This would be a good recipe for when we have family and friends overnight for Thanksgiving
TRIED ’N’ TRUE: Try pudding alternative to pumpkin pie
When I belonged to Weight Watchers I tried to come up with a pudding that tasted as close to the pie as I could. I love this warm, but you can serve it cold. You’ll be surprised at how much it taste like the pie.
TRIED ’N’ TRUE: Country Apples in the slow cooker
Can you believe we are almost into the holiday season? I have been getting requests for some easy recipes for the holidays using the slow cooker. Having everyone busy, busy, busy, we need all the help we can get.
RESTAURANT INSPECTIONS: Oct. 28, 2013
Thornton’s No. 80, 2330 S. Third St., (2 Critical, 2 Non-Critical) — Pitcher and wiping cloth found in handwash sink; Chute on ice machine found with debris.
TRIED ’N’ TRUE: Caramel apple cake an alternative to just apples
This is the season for caramel apples. I love them. But I don’t get them. They are hard on the teeth, at least mine. I guess that is why I like this cake. And with apples in season now, it is so easy to make.
RESTAURANT INSPECTIONS: Oct. 21, 2013
The Vigo County Health Department inspected the following food establishments from Sept. 30-Oct. 4:
TRIED ’N’ TRUE: An old trusted jerky recipe
This jerky recipe is old. My grandmother would dry it in the oven. I have a dehydrator. I have done the drying both ways.
- RESTAURANT INSPECTIONS: Oct. 14, 2013
TRIED ’N’ TRUE: A homemade recipe for summer sausage
I have been asked how to make summer sausage or jerky. With deer season upon us, I thought I would start with sausage.
This sausage is really good with the holidays coming up. You can also use hamburger if you don’t want deer meat.
TRIED ’N’ TRUE: Mother used paw-paws; today we use bananas
When we were young (there’s five of us), we couldn’t afford bananas very often. But we went to the woods to gather paw-paws. If you don’t know what paw-paws are, they taste like bananas.
TRIED ’N’ TRUE: A well-loved and well-used cookie recipe
Boy, this recipe has been used so much! I love this recipe. Lemon is one of my favorite flavors. I’ve taken this to nursing homes, church dinners and reunions. For nursing homes, don’t put in nuts. Make sure everyone knows if there are nuts in the cookies.
RESTAURANT INSPECTIONS: Sept. 23, 2013
TRIED ‘N’ TRUE: This casserole recipe is great when used with zucchini
This is another recipe from Mary Hunter. I’ve tried this zucchini recipe and it was so good. We all liked it.
Husband Gene had carrots and green onions in his garden, so I used them. You can also use regular onions.
RESTAURANT INSPECTIONS: Sept. 16, 2013
TRIED ‘N’ TRUE: It’s close: Use zucchini for Mock Apple Butter
Jim Hunter has given me so many of his wife’s recipes. With zucchini being so plentiful this time of year, I thought I’d share one of them. Jim found a scrapbook where she had collected recipes. She has written whether they are good, Jim’s favorite, or a “no-no.”
Restaurant Inspections: Sept. 9, 2013
Food Inspections: Sept. 2, 2013
The Vigo County Health Department inspected the following food establishmens Aug. 12-16, 2013
TRIED ‘N’ TRUE: Cool down with this Paper Cup Salad
When summer heats up, we want something to cool us that isn’t unhealthy for us. I have fixed this salad for years. I took it into the fields when our boys were small and later when our grandkids worked the fields.
TRIED ‘N’ TRUE: Take this Grape Salad to a picnic
A couple of years ago, we had a picnic at a friend’s home. Someone brought salad. Boy, was that good. Everyone was asking who made the salad.
Then we all wanted her recipe.
RESTAURANT INSPECTIONS: Aug. 12, 2013
The Vigo County Health Department inspected the following food establishments July 22-26:
TRIED ‘N’ TRUE: Here’s the perfect dip to use with lime chips
Amanda Condit gave me a cookbook from her church called “Pleasures from the Good Earth,” by St. Mary’s Parish & Friends. I love this dip for chips. But it calls for the lime chips. Since I didn’t have them, I used the regular ones. As grandkids say, it’s a keeper.
TRIED ‘N’ TRUE: Glazed (fresh) pineapple on the grill
This recipe is good for get-togethers. Using fresh pineapple is so much better; be sure to remove the core.
TRIED ‘N’ TRUE: Grandmother Grace’s 5 Cup Salad recipe
When I was young, my grandmother, Grace Nichols, always made this 5 Cup Salad. She used to take it everywhere she went. When my kids came along they ate everything in it but the coconut. They said they didn’t like coconut. Well, she cut it so fine they couldn’t detect it.
TRIED ‘N’ TRUE: Try this Spaghetti Salad for a quick summer meal
Don’t know how I came up with this recipe. I have used any size spaghetti, even the spaghetti squash. Make this and let it set for three or four hours or over night. You can adjust the veggies to your taste.
TRIED ’N’ TRUE: Fresh foods and delectable dressing top the summer diet
With fresh vegetables coming on and plentiful, I thought I would have recipes that I have used for years and also my kids and grandkids have grown up on.
TRIED ‘N’ TRUE: A refreshing ice cream dessert for a hot summer day
The church women conduct a meeting once a month, and about two years ago Marjorie Shafer had the group come to her home.
She had fixed refreshments for after the meeting.
We all enjoyed this dessert. It had been a very hot day, so this was refreshing.
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- Restaurant Inspections: Dec. 9, 2013