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post #106 of 353
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Originally Posted by luvsfreebies72

Just hanging out, waiting for LCS, reading this and cracking the hell up

someone pass the fritos, please



Me too.... icon_lol.gif Sorry, I just ate the last one.
post #107 of 353
Question about recycled food -- what about stuff in packets? E.g. they give you 5 ketchup packets and you only used 2. Or they give you a butter pat in it's own closed containter but you don't use it. Can that be recycled? I always think they should, but wonder if it is allowed?
post #108 of 353
I feel recycled packed sauces are better than recycle ribs or steak,the previous customer might have licked it ,b4 deciding he didn't want it. Yumm other peoples spit. icon_twisted.gif
Where is Jamie with her freaky foods now eh. icon_lol.gificon_lol.gif
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post #109 of 353
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Originally Posted by margaretb

Question about recycled food -- what about stuff in packets? E.g. they give you 5 ketchup packets and you only used 2. Or they give you a butter pat in it's own closed containter but you don't use it. Can that be recycled? I always think they should, but wonder if it is allowed?

Don't know about that stuff...but don't EVER eat the pickle served on the side of your sandwich.
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post #110 of 353
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Originally Posted by shelbur10

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Originally Posted by margaretb

Question about recycled food -- what about stuff in packets? E.g. they give you 5 ketchup packets and you only used 2. Or they give you a butter pat in it's own closed containter but you don't use it. Can that be recycled? I always think they should, but wonder if it is allowed?

Don't know about that stuff...but don't EVER eat the pickle served on the side of your sandwich.

ok, I'll bite

why not
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post #111 of 353
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Originally Posted by shelbur10

don't EVER eat the pickle served on the side of your sandwich.



now dang it.. you know I have to ask........... icon_surprised.gif
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..the philosophy of my beloved pastry professor..
They will remember the quality long after they've forgotten the price..
..the philosophy of my beloved pastry professor..
post #112 of 353
They're one of the first to be recycled because so many people ignore them. I've seen many a pickle swiped off a plate as it was headed for the trash (back in my waitressing days). who knows how many different hands and plates the poor little pickle saw before yours? ew.
"Be kinder than necessary, for everyone you meet is fighting some kind of battle."
"Be kinder than necessary, for everyone you meet is fighting some kind of battle."
post #113 of 353
I worked in a restaurant (for a very short time) where the owner reamed me out for throwing leftover rolls and breads in the garbage; including those that had a bite out of them. ( He said those could be used for croutons)

I just got sneakier. I still threw them out, poured water on them and covered them up with paper napkins. I think I lasted about 2 months there if I remember right. When you feel you have to brown bag it when you work in a food establishment, it's time to leave.
post #114 of 353
ok, ew

I've worked in many restaurants, in none of them did we ever do that. We weren't allowed to recycle anything that a guest had sitting at their plate, it all had to go in the ttrash
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post #115 of 353
sorry if that was anti-climactic....I really didn't intend to set it up like that.
"Be kinder than necessary, for everyone you meet is fighting some kind of battle."
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post #116 of 353
Yikes, well I've learned something new. I generally pick up the pickle first and crunch down on it. No more. This has been a great thread though inspite of the post topic.
post #117 of 353
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Originally Posted by shelbur10

sorry if that was anti-climactic....I really didn't intend to set it up like that.

not anti-climactic at all. I don't think I'll ever eat another restaurant pickle again. tapedshut.gif
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post #118 of 353
Yes, you would hope that any dining establishment would throw out ANY leftovers. Almost makes you afraid to eat out. It's been years and years since I worked in a restaurant, but I'm still afraid of pickles.
Also, my dad has a huge pet peeve about fast food places dumping the ketchup packets directly on top of your fries. Valid point, if you think about it.
"Be kinder than necessary, for everyone you meet is fighting some kind of battle."
"Be kinder than necessary, for everyone you meet is fighting some kind of battle."
post #119 of 353
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Originally Posted by shelbur10

They're one of the first to be recycled because so many people ignore them. I've seen many a pickle swiped off a plate as it was headed for the trash (back in my waitressing days). who knows how many different hands and plates the poor little pickle saw before yours? ew.



yeah, I should have guessed that one.. As much as I love salads, I stay away from salad bars.. "sneeze" guards are a waste. Somehow I find it easier on the pallette if I don't have to see what happens to the veggies before I devour them... icon_rolleyes.gif
They will remember the quality long after they've forgotten the price..
..the philosophy of my beloved pastry professor..
They will remember the quality long after they've forgotten the price..
..the philosophy of my beloved pastry professor..
post #120 of 353
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Originally Posted by all4cake

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Originally Posted by Lady_Phoenix

Personally I would MUCH rather have a little egg shell in my cake than the LONG BLACK hair I got in the last store bought one!



Not that I actually have a preference...I'd rather not find any hair...but I'd rather find a long black one than a short 'n' curly icon_eek.gif one!



found a short curly course black curly(could i use more adjectives?) hair after i had eaten half my wendy's chili.....

my ex husband worked at a meat packing plant....yeah i could tell some stories
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