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Published: Monday, 3/26/2012

Daily Log: 3-26

Births

Bay Park Community Hospital

Chelsea Serrato, Toledo, boy, March 24.

Julianne Hansen, Northwood, girl, March 24.

Mercy St. Vincent Medical Center

Lashauwna Tucker, Toledo, boy, March 24.

Rasha Ourfali and George Charchar, Sylvania, girl, March 24.

Sandra and Caleb Ziebold, Defiance, boy, March 24.

Flower Hospital

Angela and Brad Ehle, Sylvania, girl, March 22.

Allison and Matt Epperson, Toledo, boy, March 23.

Jessica and Stefan Neboyskey, Toledo, girl, March 23.

Tiffany Hyler, Toledo, boy, March 23.

Violet Freeman, Dundee, Mich., boy, March 23.

Toledo Hospital

Elizabeth and Kevin Jackson, Toledo, girl, March 24.

Jessica Johnson, Toledo, boy, March 24.

Nicole and Michael Knight, Toledo, boy, March 24.

Angel and Kevin Esplin, Sylvania, boy, March 24.

Coroner’s Rulings

The Lucas County Coroner has ruled in the following deaths:

Lloyd Arnold, 53, of Toledo, Jan. 18, at St. Anne’s Mercy Hospital. Accidental, combined drug toxicity.

Bridgette Belair, 29, of Toledo, Dec. 16, at home. Accidental, combined drug toxicity.

Jane Bick, 57, of Temperance, Mich., March 8, at Toledo Hospital. Undetermined, methanol toxicity.

Tamara Carter-Stewart, 37, of Toledo, Dec. 27, at home. Accidental, combined ethanol and drug toxicity.

Eric Conn, 36, of Sylvania, Dec. 5, at Flower Hospital. Accidental, combined drug toxicity.

Keith Cudney, 78, of Adrian, Mich., Nov. 27, at Flower Hospital. Accidental, medical complications following blunt chest trauma; deceased fell out of tree at home.

Clara Dick, 70, of Cygnet, Ohio, Feb. 6, at Mercy St. Vincent Medical Center. Accidental, complications of multiple blunt force injuries sustained from auto accident.

Ivan Dickinson, 93, of Toledo, Dec. 17, at St. Luke’s Hospital. Accidental, complications of blunt force trauma to head; deceased fell at a nursing home.

Mary Fazekas, 91, of Sylvania, March 11, at Toledo Hospital. Accidental, multiple peripheral pulmonary thromboemboli; deceased fell at home.

Ricardo Fonseca, 33, of Toledo, Dec. 11, at Toledo Hospital. Accidental, complications of recent intoxication of multiple opiates and tranquilizer.

Ethan Freck, 2, of Oregon, March 13, at Mercy St. Vincent Medical Center. Accidental, multiple blunt force trauma; deceased was struck by auto.

Dana Frison, 38, of Toledo, Dec. 17, at home. Homicide, multiple gunshot wounds.

Paul Guilford, 84, of Wauseon, Jan. 2, at University of Toledo Medical Center. Accidental, complications of blunt force trauma to head; unwitnessed fall down steps at home.

William Hahn, 66, of Gibsonburg, Ohio, Jan. 31, at Mercy St. Vincent Medical Center. Accidental, delayed complications of a crushing injury of the right hand and forearm.

George Hupp, 73, of Bloomdale, Ohio, Feb. 11, at University of Toledo Medical Center. Accidental, fracture of neck with compression injury of spinal cord sustained from auto accident.

Gail Joseph, 88, of Upper Sandusky, March 15, at Mercy St. Vincent Medical Center. Accidental, arteriosclerotic cardiovascular disease; deceased fell at living facility.

Dariusz Lacz, 35, of Toledo, March 10, at home. Accidental, acute subdural hematoma; unwitnessed fall in deceased’s apartment.

Scott Mann, 45, of Oregon, Dec. 22, at Mercy St. Vincent Medical Center. Suicide, self-inflicted gunshot wound of the head.

Christina Meyers, 35, of Toledo, Jan. 14, at home. Accidental, combined drug toxicity.

Estella Miller, 87, of Napoleon, March 14, at University of Toledo Medical Center. Accidental, bilateral pneumonia; complication of blunt-force trauma to left lower extremity.

Mary Morgan, 75, of Toledo, March 10, at Bay Park Community Hospital. Accidental, acute myocardial infarction; deceased fell at home.

William Munger, 87, of Toledo, Feb. 15, at home. Accidental, bilateral bronchopneumonia; complication of blunt-force trauma to head.

Virginia Nagel, 76, of Bowling Green, Nov. 9, at nursing home. Accidental, complication of blunt-force trauma to head; deceased fell from bed at a care center.

Abigail Perkins, 17, of Toledo, Feb. 1, at Toledo Hospital. Accidental, multiple blunt-force trauma sustained from auto accident.

Virginia Rice, 84, of Upper Sandusky, Feb. 15, at Mercy St. Vincent Medical Center. Accidental, multiple blunt-force trauma sustained from auto accident.

Kristine Ritson, 23, of Toledo, Dec. 18, at home. Accidental, combined drug toxicity, with methadone the principal agent.

Norman Roundell, 67, of Toledo, Feb. 21, at home. Accidental, acute ethanol intoxication.

Raymond Savage, 52, of Toledo, Dec. 31, in the 700 block of North Reynolds. Accidental, combined drug toxicity.

Michael Smith, 40, of Toledo, Dec. 19, at home. Accidental, combined drug toxicity.

Brad Swisher, 35, of Bloomdale, Ohio, Feb. 23, at Mercy St. Vincent Medical Center. Accidental, complications of blunt-force trauma; deceased was struck by truck.

Jim Taylor, Sr., 50, of Toledo, Jan. 1, at home. Accidental, combined ethanol and drug toxicity.

William Vanhaecke, 90, of Sylvania, March 14, at Ebide Hospice. Accidental, fracture of the C6 vertebral spine with associated spinal cord injury; deceased had unwitnessed fall.

Joan Vetter, 85, of Bowling Green, March 18, at Toledo Hospital. Accidental, subdural hematoma; deceased fell in nursing home.

John Welch, 85, of Toledo, Feb. 26, at nursing home. Accidental, acute bronchopneumonia; deceased fell at nursing home.

Douglas Wilhelm, 44, of Toledo, Nov. 7, at Mercy St. Charles Hospital. Accidental, sub-acute myocardial infarction.

Ronald Windom, 84, of Walbridge, March 6, at Mercy St. Vincent Medical Center. Accidental, blunt head trauma; deceased fell at home.

Alan Winebarger, 18, of Fremont, Feb. 28, at University of Toledo Medical Center. Suicide, self-inflicted gunshot wound of head.

Jessica Yandura, 36, of Sycamore, Ohio, Jan. 9, at Mercy St. Vincent Medical Center. Accidental, atherosclerotic coronary artery disease; substance abuse.

Alfred Yeo, 87, of Toledo, Feb. 15, at Ebeid Hospice. Accidental, atherosclerotic and valvular cardiovascular disease; deceased fell at home.

Crime reports

Burglaries

A’Montec Jones, 3100 block of Ilger, known person broke into home, no loss reported.

Shiver Sims, 1400 block of Avondale, aluminum ramp from shed of residence.

Ben Kascn, 800 block of Woodsdale, several feet of copper piping.

Steve Soto, 900 block of Colburn, helmet, lawn mowers, bicycle, and scooter.

Carol Bester, 900 block of Indiana, unknown person broke into home, loss undetermined.

Rachel Zawodny, 3300 block of River, copper pipe and miscellaneous tools from 1700 block of Airport.

Jan Smith, 3400 block of McGregor, screen door, downspouts, copper pipes, and air conditioner from home in 2200 block of Mellwood.

David Snyder, 1400 block of Colton, handguns, medication, and coin box with jewelry.

Christy Henke, 3000 block of Airport, unknown person broke into home, no loss reported.

Danielle Borowske, 2700 block of Alisdale, bicycle.

Glynece Zimmerman, 1200 block of Norwood, unknown person broke into home, no loss reported.

Samantha Mossburg, video game systems with games from residence in 100 block of Ravine Park Village.

Deborah Braden, gun cabinet with firearms, ammunition, and bows from residence in 1100 block of North Huron.

Mary Pollauf, cash and jewelry from residence in 1600 block of Stanbery.

Henry Mays, food from residence in 1400 block of Nebraska.

Dan Armstrong, laptop computer, DVD players, belt, and jewelry box with jewelry from residence in 1800 block of Marne.

Brandon Nowakowski and Sharay Vig, television, video game systems, laptop computers, woofer speakers, jewelry, headphones, and medicines from residence in 2100 block of Dundee.

Joseph Johns, televisions from residence in 100 block of Nevada.

Ashley Robinson, television from residence in 300 block of Parker.

Frank Wodarski, camcorder, cell phone, and jewelry from residence in 600 block of Cherry.

Gina Hodge, television from residence in 3600 block of Chase.

Heather Hartman, televisions, DVD players, and video game system with games from residence in 4100 block of Peak.

Douglas Devaughn, computer, cell phone, video cassette recorder/DVD player combo, video cassette recorder, digital camera, and dog food from residence in 1200 block of Crestwood.

Nicholas Lang, all-terrain vehicle and dirt bike from residence in 600 block of Plymouth.

Maria Middlebrooks, copper piping fixtures from residence in 400 block of Utah.

Marisa Richardson, DVD player and clothes from residence in 3500 block of East Manhattan.

Robert Clemens, linoleum and fence from garage in 800 block of Willow.

Gerard Property Management, Ltd., stove, water heater, and refrigerator from residence in 100 block of East Streicher.

Walter Skidmore, tools from residence in 5700 block of Telegraph.

Joanne Fizer, cell phones and purse with credit cards and personal papers from residence in 3000 block of North Ontario.

Tina Ellis, laptop computer from residence in 2500 block of 117th

Hortense Tucker, television, wallet, and cash from residence in 1300 block of Moore.

Betty Padgett, video game systems with games from residence in 1100 block of Bronson.

George Bannister, televisions from residence in 400 block of Pasadena.

Charles Wiley, car CD players, jewelry, iPad with case, video game system with controllers, leather coat, and pair of shoes from residence in 3000 block of Parkwood.

Mitchell Mohney, cash, checkbook, safe, and medicines from residence in 300 block of Broadway.

Sara Walters, bag of hand-rolled cigarettes from residence in 2300 block of Kemper.

Kateryna Gololobova, television, blu-ray DVD player, furniture, clothes, and shoes from residence in 3300 block of Gibralter Heights.

Paula Prensa-Guzman, television, laptop computer, and cash from residence in 1100 block of Colton.

James Karoly, cash and box of bank checks from residence in 400 block of Collins Park.

Larry Harris, laptop computer, watches, and bicycles from residence in 600 block of Ashwood.

Asia Hughes, television, DVD player, shoes, and bookbag from residence in 700 block of Siegel.

Sandra Montalvo, bicycle from garage in 1100 block of Higley.

Rob Weber, televisions, video game systems, power tools, computer monitor, microwave oven, computers with accessories, and food mixer from residence in 2300 block of Ashland.

Tina Morgan, audio-visual equipment and tote with clothes from residence in 1900 block of Genesee.

Amy Rains, smart phone, iPad, laptop computer, televisions, DVD player, video game systems with games and controller, and jewelry from residence in 1900 block of Thornwood.

Abigail Winter, jewelry from residence in 1300 block of Mason.

Restaurant inspections

Recently released inspection reports of Lucas County food-service operations.

Violations:

Toledo Hospital, 2142 North Cove, inspected Jan. 10. Observed improper cooling of sausage gravy in three-door breakfast cooler. Sausage gravy was covered at 51 degrees in cooler. When cooling food, place in small, uncovered pans in cooler. Sausage gravy was placed back in walk-in freezer uncovered. Dish machine in pan room leaking water from front panel. Contact repairman. If leak is not fixed by next inspection, a public health order will be issued to replace machine. Yogurt holding at 47 degrees in two-door cooler and pizza prep-top cooler drawers holding food at 52 degrees. Such food needs to be held at 41 degrees or lower to prevent bacteria growth. Repair cooler. Food removed from prep-top cooler. Meat pies at 115 degrees on salad bar. Hot hold foods at 135 degrees or higher to prevent bacteria growth. Pies were discarded. Inspector: Kurt Susdorf.

Home Slice Pizza, 28 S. St. Clair inspected Jan. 6. Deli meat in prep-top cooler not date-marked. Deli meats, once opened, must be labeled with seven-day discard date. Chemical bottles in kitchen lack required labels designating contents. No soap or paper towels at hand sink in bar. All hand sinks must be stocked with hot water, soap, and paper towels for proper hand washing. Inspector: Susdorf.

Packo’s at the Park, 7 S. Superior, inspected Jan. 6. Quat dispenser at three-bay sink malfunctioning. Contact service representative to make repairs. Chili at 111 degrees in soup warmer. Hot hold such food at 135 degrees or higher to prevent bacteria growth. Chili was reheated on stove back to 165 degrees. Inspector: Susdorf.

Wings Station, 1801 N. McCord, inspected Jan. 11. Sliced tomatoes and cheese at 50 degrees on salad bar. Cold hold such food at 41 degrees or lower. Several employee food items on shelves in walk-in cooler. Store employee food away from any food sold at facility. Inspector: Susdorf.

Fricker’s, 1418 Reynolds, Maumee, inspected Jan. 11. Foods in prep-top cooler on cook line at 44 to 46 degrees. Cold hold foods at 41 degrees or below. Repair cooler. Chemical stored on top of reach-in freezer. To prevent contamination, store chemicals in a designated area away from food, equipment, or utensils. Food stored on floor of walk-in freezer. To prevent contamination and to facilitate good cleaning practices, store food products at least six inches off floor. Inspector: Paul Bauman.

Ranya’s, 608 Adams, inspected Jan. 6. Prep-top cooler is still not repaired. Ice is being used in the top of this unit to keep food cold. Repair cooler. This is a mechanical unit and is not designed to use ice to hold cold. Because of improper icing or no ice at all, tomatoes are being held above the required 41 degrees. Issue is a repeat problem. Ground beef stored at room temperature at 51 degrees. Limit time food is out during preparation to maintain proper temperature. Inspector: Kelly Sattler.

Roman’s Deli, 526 Jackson, inspected Jan. 6. Change sanitizer as needed to maintain chlorine bleach at 50 to 100 ppm. No sanitizer detected at this time. Inspector: Satt- ler.

Knights Inn Toledo West, 1520 S. Holland Sylvania, inspected Jan. 11. Facility is not sanitizing dish ware after washing it. All utensils/dish ware must be washed, rinsed, and then sanitized in the three-bay sink. Provide either chlorine bleach or quaternary ammonia to sanitize utensils/dish ware. Inspector: Gillian Wilke.

Rite Aid, 6484 Monroe, inspected Jan. 5. Containers of sanitary wipes stored above paper products. To prevent cross contamination, store chemicals below and away from food and food-contact items. Inspector: Jennifer Gottschalk.

Trotters Tavern, 5131 Heatherdowns, inspected Jan. 4. Walk-in cooler floor needs to be cleaned. Inspector: Mike Brady.

TGI Friday’s, 1334 Bernath, inspected Jan. 3. No sanitizer being dispensed in dish washer. Observed empty containers. Inspector: Brady.

China House, 1122 N. Byrne, inspected Jan. 9. Hot soup sitting out to cool is 73 degrees. All food must be actively cooled once the food reaches 135 degrees. Store soup in walk-in cooler to cool from 135 to 70 degrees in two hours and then from 70 to 41 degrees in next four hours. Food in the walk-in cooler lacked date marking. All ready-to-eat food held over 24 hours must be labeled with a date to prevent bacteria growth. Wet towels stored on the counter tops. Store wet towels in sanitizer bucket to prevent bacteria growth. Inspector: Wilke.

Jojo’s Famous Chili Dogs, Butter Burgers, and Wings, 1122 N. Byrne, inspected Jan. 9. No hand soap at either hand sink; cold water knob missing on cook line hand sink. Hand sinks must be stocked with soap for hand washing. Replace cold water knob. Soap was provided. Blanched fries sitting out at 62 degrees. Food must be held at 135 degrees or greater or 41 degrees or lower to prevent bacteria growth. Inspector: Wilke.

K & J Meats, 4701 Talmadge. No hot water at hand sink in cutting room; 100-degree water is required at hand sinks for proper hand washing. Restore hot water immediately. Inspector: Wilke.

Sports Center Bar & Grill, 2114 W. Alexis, inspected Jan. 9. Eggs stored improperly in reach-in cooler. Eggs must always be stored on bottom shelf to prevent contamination. Barbecue sauce, Lawry’s seasoning, and Italian dressing sitting out at room temperature; items are labeled “refrigerate after opening.” Products requiring refrigeration must be held at 41 degrees or below to prevent bacteria growth. Pineapple stored in original can. Once opened, pineapple must be placed in a nonreactive, approved container to prevent bacteria growth. Foods in reach-in cooler lack date mark. All foods must have a seven-day discard date. Soft cheeses also require a seven-day date. Spray bottle lacked label. Working containers used for poisonous or toxic material such as cleaners and sanitizers taken from bulk supplies must be clearly and individually identified with the common name of the material. No sanitizer bucket set up in bar as required during hours of operation. Repeat violation. Inspector: Stacy Seger.

Caribou Coffee, 5001 Monroe, inspected Jan. 4. Top cooler of two-door upright holding time and temperature controlled for safety foods at 45 degrees. All foods need to be held at 41 degrees or lower to prevent bacteria growth. Adjust or make necessary repairs to cooler to maintain required temperature. Inspector: Susdorf.

Smedlap’s Smithy, 205 Farnsworth, Waterville, inspected Jan. 12. Cross contamination present in walk-in freezer. Raw food products found stored over ready-to-eat food items. Store food products correctly in cooler and freezers to prevent cross-contamination. Inspector: Sara Becker.

Four Horsemen, 4452 Lewis, inspected Jan. 12. Some foods not date-marked in reach-in cooler. All foods must have a seven-day date mark.

Savage Arena #4, 2801 W. Bancroft, inspected Jan. 10. Hot dogs in the hot cabinet are holding below 135 degrees. Hot hold food at 135 degrees or higher to prevent bacteria growth. Adjust hot cabinet temperature. Inspector: Wilke.

Savage Arena #2, 2801 W. Bancroft, inspected Jan. 10. Hand sink blocked by table. All hand sinks must be easily accessible to properly wash hands. Inspector: Wilke.

Savage Arena Suites Kitchen, 2801 W. Bancroft, inspected Jan. 10. No hot water at hand sinks or three-bay sink. All sinks must have 100-degree water to properly wash hands and dishware. Restore hot water immediately. Macaroni and cheese in the hot cabinet is holding at 132 degrees and fried chicken in the hot cabinet is holding at 117 degrees with a pan of food stored directly on it. All hot food must be held at 135 degrees or higher to prevent bacteria growth, and do not store food on top of other food without a protective barrier. Inspector: Wilke.

Red Robin, 4850 Monroe, inspected Jan. 13. Quat sanitizer is strong in the bucket at 500 ppm. Maintain quat at 200 ppm to safely sanitize food-contact surfaces. Inspector: Wilke.

Plaza Azteca Mexican Restaurant, 5125 Monroe, inspected Jan. 13. Tamales are 54 degrees in the small compartment of the front walk-in cooler. Cold foods must be held at 41 degrees or lower. Tamales were discarded. The chemical dish machine is not sanitizing properly. No sanitizer detected on test strip after final rinse. Chlorine sanitizer must dispense at 50 to 100 ppm. Wash, rinse, and then sanitize dishes using the three-bay sink until it is repaired. Manager called for service. Always set up a wipe cloth bucket with the correct sanitizer concentration in each food-prep area and at the bar. Use chlorine bleach at 50 to 100 ppm or quat sanitizer at 200 ppm. Wet wiping cloths must be stored in sanitizer buckets in between uses to prevent bacteria growth. Inspector: Sattler.

Health Foods, 3904 Secor, inspected Jan. 13. Quat sanitizer in spray bottle in deli exceeds 500 ppm. Dilute quat sanitizer to 200 ppm to safely sanitize food-contact surfaces and the slicer. Some packaged foods lack required ingredients statement on the labels. Inspector: Satt- ler.

The Fairways Bar & Grille, 8256 W. Central, inspected Jan. 11. Food reheating in the steam table. All food must be reheated on a direct heat source to at least 165 degrees to destroy pathogens. Inspector: Wilke.

Frogtown Johnnie’s, 6725 W. Central, inspected Jan. 11. Raw eggs stored above pickles in the walk-in cooler. Store raw meats and eggs below or separate from ready-to-eat foods to prevent cross-contamination. Inspector: Sattler.

CiCi’s Pizza, 5333 Monroe, inspected Jan. 9. Hawaiian pizza is 106 degrees and mac & cheese pizza is 126 degrees on the buffet. All hot foods must be held at 135 degrees or higher at all times. Adjust hot holding unit accordingly. Pizzas were discarded. Premade pizzas that are held out at room temperature before cooking must be marked to indicate either the time the food expires or the time that the food was taken out of temperature control. Foods may be held out at room temperature up to four hours and must then be discarded if not used. Repeat violation. Inspector: Sattler.

Frisch’s Big Boy, 3537 Secor, inspected Jan. 13. Prep-top cooler holding foods at 43 degrees. Time/temperature controlled for safety foods must be held cold at 41 degrees or lower to prevent pathogen growth. Cooler was adjusted. Store wet wiping cloths in sanitizer to prevent bacteria growth. Observed wet wiping cloth out at the prep-top cooler. Inspector: Sattler.

Al Smith’s Place, 2550 Executive, inspected Jan. 13. Wet wiping cloths out on work surfaces. Store wet wiping towels must be stored in sanitizer buckets prevent bacteria growth. Hash brown potatoes holding at 125 degrees. Once cooked, potatoes are a food and must be held either hot at 135 degrees or properly cooled and held cold at 41 degrees or lower. Inspector: Satt- ler.

Famous Dave’s, 4757 Monroe, inspected Jan. 12. No hot water available at the men’s or women’s restroom hand washing sinks. The manager stated that a new water heater was scheduled to be installed the following Monday and Tuesday. Inspector: Sattler.

China House, 2112 N. Holland Sylvania, inspected Jan. 11. Mop sink is blocked by boxed paper goods and the back hand sink is blocked by a rack. Keep sinks accessible for convenient washing. Inspector: Sattler.

Glass Pavilion Kitchen/Toledo Museum of Art, 2444 Monroe, inspected Jan. 10. No sanitizer detected in final rinse of chemical dish machine. Chlorine sanitizer must dispense at 50 to 100 ppm to effectively sanitize food-contact items. Chemical being used is discolored and does not indicate chlorine when the test strip is used in it. Provide a new bucket of dish machine sanitizer. There is an unlabeled spray bottle hanging on a shelf. All spray bottles must be labeled with the names of their contents. Inspector: Sattler.

Circle K, 1235 N. Holland Sylvania, inspected Jan. 11. Provide ingredient lists for all doughnut varieties out for self service. Observed ingredients for only the muffins that are out. Inspector: Sattler.

Little Miss & Mister Too, 3119 Central Park West, inspected Jan. 11. Cleaners and chemicals stored on top of a cabinet with food in it. Store all chemicals and cleaners supplies on a separate rack or below all food and food-contact items. Inspector: Sattler.

West Central Carryout, 8256 W. Central, inspected Jan. 11. Raw bacon stored above ready-to-eat foods and milk in the cooler. Store raw meats or eggs below ready-to-eat foods to prevent cross contamination. Inspector: Sattler.

Jed’s Maumee, 1566 Reynolds, inspected Jan. 17. Food stored on floor of walk-in freezer. To prevent contamination and facilitate good cleaning practices, all food products must be stored at least 6 inches off of the floor. Inspector: Bauman.

Star Diner, 457 W. Dussel, Maumee, inspected Jan. 18. Ice transport container stored directly in ice for consumption in ice maker bin. To prevent potential contamination of ice for consumption, do not store containers in direct contact with ice. Inspector: Bauman.

Pour House Sportsman Club, 4301 Bennett, inspected Jan. 9. Hamburger and chicken in reach-in cooler with no date mark. All foods must have a seven-day discard date. Food not date marked is subject to being discarded. Towels on the bottom of prep-top cooler used to absorb water. Wet towels harbor bacteria and may not be used in the bottom of the prep-top cooler. Have cooler adjusted to prevent excess moisture. Inspector: Seger.

Kinder Care Learning Center, 1561 Henthorne, Maumee, inspected Jan. 9. Raw shell eggs stored on the top shelf in the one-door cooler. Store eggs on the bottom shelf to prevent possible cross contamination. Inspector: Gottschalk.

Grape Leaf Express, 5236 Monroe, inspected Jan. 9. Chicken gyro is 96 degrees and the regular gyro is 91 degrees out at room temperature. These must be either held hot, once cooked, at 135 degrees or higher or cooled properly and held cold at 41 degrees or lower. Do not leave these foods out at room temperature. No date marking of foods. Refrigerated, ready-to-eat, foods must be date marked when they are prepared. This includes desserts, hummus, grape leaves, prepared salads, and cooked meats. Foods may be held up to seven days at 41 degrees or lower. Inspector: Satt- ler.



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