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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by HJB, Nov 18, 2020.
Not if you like Indian food. A lot of people like that place though.
Um . . . as a health inspector in a former job I can say that you should NEVER assume folks in restaurants are abiding by those training guidelines and are therefore "safer" at that than grandma.
I dont believe anyone here thinks the Rona is a hoax, instead they think the hype is. Its not at all that deadly but yes, it can be very miserable to some for a long time. I have said from day 1 the hype and fear mongering/control was a hoax and it is still IMHO
Due to C19 and the fact we are spread out all over the country we are going to use Zoom. BTW Zoom is removing the 40 minute time limit for the day.
What is Indian food .....? Buffalo ....?
No. Pretty sure you wouldn't like it though.
He dont know what an Indian is LMAO
Pass the curry
Small family get together for our family this year. Our in laws and my Mom have been gone for a few years now.
While all of these are valid arguments, no one said restaurants are always clean and grandma's house is always dirty. But if we are going to make generalized arguments about what MIGHT be going on in a particular place, we can make the same arguments and assumptions about what MIGHT be going on in grandma's kitchen.
So if we apply the same over generalized assumptions, and someone says it doesn't make sense to eat in a restaurant, but not at grandma's house... then my only point is that theoretically training is required in restaurant kitchens but not for grandma. I'm just applying a little logic to why they might make that recommendation, not intending to impune anyone's grandma, and certainly not suggesting that every commercial kitchen is exactly what it should be. On a level playing field though, training and knowledge favors the professionals.
I'm trying to get my wife to cancel anyone coming over at all. She doesn't want family to be left out and feel they 'have nowhere to go'. Well... cook your own s***, why don't you???