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Name Jackie's Brickhouse -
Address 1053 Marina Bay Drive

KEMAH, TX 77565
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Phone 832-864-2443

Inspection Details

04/24/2013 Regular Inspection Demerit Score: 17
EVIDENCE OF INSECT CONTAMINATION
Uncontrolled presence of insects in the establishment.

Violations may include:

1. Uncontrolled presence of flies in the establishment.
2. Uncontrolled presence of cockroaches in establishment.
Immediate measures must be taken to control the presence of insects in the establishment.
OTHER VIOLATIONS
CROSS-CONTAMINATION OF RAW/COOKED FOODS/OTHER
Raw food can contaminate cooked or otherwise ready-to-eat food. Every effort must be made to prevent the contamination of food.

Violations may include:

1. Raw egg (not pasturized) used in the preparation of a fruit smoothie drink.
2. Raw tomatoes used to dress a sandwich, are sliced on the same cutting board used to cut raw chicken without first cleaning and sanitizing the cutting board.
Ready-to-eat foods contaminated by raw potentially hazardous food must be voluntarily destroyed.
FOOD CONTACT SURFACES OF EQUIPMENT AND UTENSILS NOT CLEAN/NOT SANITIZED/NOT IN GOOD REPAIR
Because bacteria and viruses can be present in old food soil, plates and other food contact surfaces must be properly cleaned and sanitized after each use.

Violations may include:

1. "Clean" forks and spoons provided to the customer are contaminated with dried food particles.
2. Cutting boards are not clean and sanitized before cutting lettuce for salads.
Food contact surfaces must be cleaned and sanitized before they can be used.
THERMOMETERS NOT PROVIDED/ACCURATE/ OR PROPERLY CALIBRATED
The presence and accessibility of food temperature measuring devices is critical to the effective monitoring of food temperatures. Proper use of such devices provides the operator or person in charge with important information with which to determine if temperatures should be adjusted or if foods should be discarded.

Violations may include:

1. No food thermometers are available to check food cooking temperatures.
2. Refrigeration units do not have working thermometers to determine whether or not they are effective in maintaining potentially hazardous food temperatures.
Accurate thermometers must be provided.
UNAPPROVED FOOD HANDLING SYSTEMS (HACCP PLANS/TIME AS PUBLIC HEALTH CONTROL/ DATE MARKING)
All opened ready-to-eat food held for more than 24 hours must be properly date marked. Specialized food preparation activities must have approved preparation plans. When time, instead of temperature, is used to control public health factors, a written action plan must be on file.

Violations may include:

1. Prepared ready-to-eat potentially hazardous food held for service more than 24 hours in the future, is not properly marked with a consume by date.
2. The establishment has no written plan when using time as a public health control.
Opened ready-to-eat food must be date marked if held for mor than 24 hours. Unmarked food should be voluntarily destroyed. When no plan is in place when using time as a public health control rather than temperature, the subject food must be destroyed.

 

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