Health Report #106330

Establishment Name: Stivers
Report Date: 04/05/2013
Violation Type Violation Category Violation Items Violation Locations Violation Problems Violation Comments
Critical Equipment, Food-Contact Surfac Food-contact surface(s) Utensil(s) N/A With accumulation of debris Found the pop gun holder at the bar to have an accumulation of slimy deposits collecting in the bottom. Also found utensil drawers and the blue clean pan tub to have an accumulation of crumbs, debris, spice residue collecting in the bottom of these containers. Corrected - all drawers, tubs and utensil containers were emptied, utensils re-washed, and containers were washed at the time of this inspection. These locations must be cleaned on a more frequent schedule. Pop gun holder was thoroughly cleaned. This holder is old, and is in need of replacement as it is difficult to remove and clean
Critical Ready-to-Eat, Potentially Haza In house prepared ready-to-eat potentially hazardous food(s) N/A Without date of consumption marking Found open gallon of milk in waitress reach-in without an "opened on" date. Corrected - the gallon of milk was discarded and staff was reminded to date gallons upon opening
Critical Ready-to-Eat, Potentially Haza Ready to eat, potentially hazardous food(s) N/A Beyond consume by date Longer than 7 days stored at 41 degrees f Found boiled eggs in a container in the waitress reach-in with an expired date of 3/27. Corrected - boiled eggs were discarded and staff was reminded to pay close attention to dates.
Critical Package Integrity Food package(s) N/A Opened Found several paper packages of old, opened mashed potato flakes, spices and lime jello that were soiled with old spills, dust and debris. Corrected - these food items were discarded. Clean and organize shelves on a more frequent schedule
Critical Equipment, Food-Contact Surfac Food-contact surface(s) Equipment slicer Soiled Found food slicer with an accumulation of crusty food on the bottom of the blade guard. Corrected - food slicer was disassembled and thoroughly cleaned at the time of this inspection. This is the second routine inspection in the last three inspections where the slicer has been found dirty. A risk control plan must be completed and submitted at the time of the follow-up inspection to take place in 10 days (on/about april 15th)
Normal Nonfood-Contact Surfaces Nonfood contact surface(s) N/A With accumulation of debris Found most shelving and speed rack with an accumulation of grease, crumbs and debris. To correct - remove stock and thoroughly clean all shelving and speed rack.
Normal Maintaining Premises, Unnecess Unnecessary item(s) old/broken equipment N/A Not removed from facility Found 4 slicers in kitchen, only one being used. Found 5 kitchen scales, only one being used. This extra equipment is covered with dust and debris. To correct - these items must be removed from the kitchen if they are not used regularly. The presence of these items is causing unnecessary clutter and an inability to clean properly around them
Normal Equipment and Utensils, Air-Dr Clean equipment and utensil(s) pots/pans N/A Stored/stacked wet Found clean pans stacked wet on storage shelf. To correct - all pans, utensils, service ware must be allowed to air dry before stacking
Normal In-Use Utensils, Between-Use S Dispensing utensil(s) N/A Improperly stored With handle in product Found several food items with utensils, scoops, bowls, cups used for dispensing stored in direct contact with the food making it impossible to avoid contact with food. To correct - this practice must be discontinued. If dispensing utensils are needed, the utensil must have a handle that extends out of the food, not a bowl, pitcher, cup etc.