By Amy Silverman Okay, I'm back to the whole glove thing. I stand by my previously stated opinion: Gloved hands do not equal clean hands.
Consider these notes from a recent county inspection at Steamers, the sorta-hoity-toity seafood restaurant at the Biltmore Fashion Park:
EMPLOYEE BREADING FISH WITH GLOVES THEN WASHING GLOVES IN A BUCKET OF SANITIZER AND THEN CONTINUED WORKING. EMPLOYEE WAS TOLD TO CHANGE GLOVES AND WASH HANDS PROPERLY.
Let's say it all together: GROSS.
And even grosser than than the "yellow slime mold" and "pink slime mold" found on a soda nozzle and soda gun holster, respectively, is this note (given the previous glove situation):
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CONTAINER OF SANITIZER NOT LABELED.