I'm a bit fascinated by this anti-steam table argument. Health code standards require that "potentially hazardous foods" be kept at a temperature of under 41 degrees or over 140 degrees:
"(a) Potentially hazardous food shall be kept at an internal temperature of equal to or less than 41°F or equal to or greater than 140°F during display and service, except that, unsliced rare roast beef shall be held for service at a temperature of 41°F or below or at an internal temperature of 130°F or above, or as otherwise provided in 1200-23-1-.02(2)."
Is there an alternative method that is BBQ aficionado approved? Are BBQ places to tear of small handfuls of pork at a time from the smoker?
Also, my rudimentary understanding of a steam table is that it doesn't inject steam into food, rather it uses steam to heat pans in which the food sits. So I'm not sure where the added moisture would come from, making this soggy sandwich argument all the more puzzling.
The tit-for-tat, while not the best way to run government, worked out well for the people of Tennessee today.
House Republican Caucus Chairman Glen Casada (R-Franklin)
Chairman Judd Matheny (R-Tullahoma)
Vice-Chairman John Ragan (R-Oak Ridge)
Rep. Curtis Halford (R-Dyer)
Rep. Curtis Johnson (R-Clarksville)
Rep. Joe Carr (R-Lascassas)
Rep. Joshua Evans (R-Greenbrier)
Rep. Ron Lollar (R-Bartlett) - sitting in for Leader Gerald McCormick
Thank you Mark, and while Perry is an idiot, he is right in that I'm not qualified for or interested in the job. Wade or Dave would both make good Chairs.
Jeff, you forgot the link! http://www.tndp.org/dinner-with-ashley-jud…
But you do have to be a US Citizen to register to vote. The photo ID law was sold as being necessary to show proof of identity, not citizenship or residency...which is why you can use an expired hunting license from another state.
The Lt. Gov. of Tennessee, just two years ago, said that he couldn't be sure if Islam was a religion, nationality, or a cult. This isn't just a problem with a few bad apples on the local level, this is rot from the top.
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