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    Blue cheese, like other soft cheeses, can be contaminated with Clostridium botulinum, Listeria monocytogenes, Salmonella, and Staphylococcus aureus, causing food poisoning. Symptoms of food poisoning generally appear within 6 hours of consuming infected blue cheese. They may include nausea, vomiting, cramps, and diarrhea.

    Last updated: September 24, 2022

    Product: Blue cheese

    Ate at this place on 9/23/22.
    Had salad with spinach, quinoa, onions, cilantro, cabbage, pea sprouts, bean sprouts, Blue Cheese and Feta and jalapeño avocado dressing ( just a taste of this dressing) and spicy southwest dressing ate majority of this dressing.
    Now have 102.1 fever, bloating,... See More cramping, pain , diarrhea, headache, and chills.
    Husband ate salad also
    had a salad, but only the same was salad mix with spinach. | Symptoms: Diarrhea, Fever, Cramps, Headache, Bloating, Chills, Stomach Pain
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    I went here ordered fries, Cajun corn, and wings boneless. Everything looked cooked completely I also had a side of ranch and blue cheese which the blue cheese tasted like garlic for whatever reason. This started this morning my stomach has been been upset the whole day.... See More I eat or drink anything and I immediately run the bathroom I will be as descriptive as possible so please bare with me. What’s coming out of me looks like kinetic sand the same yellow hue as the battery saver color on the iPhone also known as low power mode. Or another similar color just tan and extremely loose. I have a horrible headache. My stomach hurts when I wipe I see blood but not blood blood it’s a shade of pink my hole is in absolute fire. Every time and of course it hurts to sit. | Symptoms: Diarrhea, Headache See Less
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    Closure Date: 08/30/2022

    High Priority - Roach activity present as evidenced by live roaches found. 3 live roaches under hand sink at the fryer station on the cookline

    High Priority - Time/temperature control for safety food cold held at greater than 41 degrees Fahrenheit. At bar, blue... See More cheese stuffed olives (55F - Cold Holding). Items held on top of bar. Item moved to cooler to chill and cold hold. **Corrective Action Taken**

    High Priority - Wiping cloth sanitizer solution exceeds the maximum concentration allowed. At cookline, Sanitizer Bucket (Quaternary 400+ppm). Solution corrected **Corrected On-Site**

    Source: Florida Department of Health
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    Last night, We ate there last night me and my husband and my little sister and my five children. And this morning me my daughter and my son have extreme vomiting diarrhea nausea we are feeling terrible. We all ate the same food barbecue ribs sirloin steak... See More salad with blue cheese and ranch and mashed potatoes with white gravy | Symptoms: Diarrhea, Nausea, Vomiting See Less
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    I was babysitting and the mom ordered food from there and I saw the bread was moldy so I threw it out . Pasta & wings were also ordered and when I tried the blue cheese with my wings it tasted funky but I still couldn’t tell... See More . I may have tried it 3x before almost gagging and saying no let me not …

    08/18 update: I have a fever and I feel cold, I'm going to urgent care at 12:30 | Symptoms: Diarrhea, Fever
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    I ate, a blue cheese bacon, at 8 pm the next day at 7 am diarrhea, nausea, sweat, bloated stomach. | Symptoms: Nausea, Diarrhea, Bloating, Sweating See Less
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    Report date: Jul 15, 2022
    10. Adequate handwashing sinks properly supplied and accessible
    - comments: observed handwashing sink water temperature ranging from 68f - 74f located in women and men's toilet room on 2nd floor. Instructed manager to provide a minimum hot water temperature of 100f at... See More all times. Priority violation. Citation issued. 7-38-030(c). Citation issued.

    16. Food-contact surfaces: cleaned & sanitized
    - comments: observed pink and black mold-like substance throughout interior of ice machines. Also noted said substance on ice panel. (both upstairs and basement ice machine) instructed to clean, sanitize and maintain. Ice machines are used for human consumption. Priority foundation violation 7-38-005, citation issued.

    22. Proper cold holding temperatures
    - comments: observed improper temperature of tcs foods such as fried chicken (52. 0 f),sliced tomatoes (53. 7 f),cheese mixture (46. 2 f),sliced cheese (cheddar, mozzarella, pepper jack, swiss, parmesean, blue cheese,provolone 48. 2-63. 0f),brats(60. 7 f),hot dogs (53. 2 f), italian beef meat(50. 3 f),brisket(50. 0 f),s shredded lettuce(43. 0 f) (. The manager discarded the product. Must have cold-holding foods at 41. 0f or below. Appx. 28. 5lbs $180 worth of food items discarded. (priority 7-38-005), citation issued.

    33. Proper cooling methods used; adequate equipment for temperature control
    - comments: observed two cold holding units at an improper cold holding temperature of (47. 3 f and 50. 0 f)during the inspection. Instructed to discard all tcs foods and not use said cooler until it's repaired and reinspected. Unit tagged. Instructed all cold holding units must maintain a proper cold holding temperature of 41f or below at all times. Priority violation. 7-38-005,citation issued. Cooler serviced at time of inspection, coolers now at 41f

    37. Food properly labeled; original container
    - comments: observed bulk containers in the food prep area with no labels of the food item's common name. Instructed to label all food items that are not in their original content with the food item common name.

    44. Utensils, equipment & linens: properly stored, dried, & handled
    - comments: observed clean kitchenware(rubber flat edge spatulas) in the dishwashing area not inverted. Instructed to invert all said kitchenware to avoid possible contamination.

    51. Plumbing installed; proper backflow devices
    - comments: observed black standing water in the employees toilet room that is no longer in use located in the basement. Instructed to clean, sanitize, repair and maintain said area. Priority violation 7-38-030(c), citation issued.

    Source: chicago.gov
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    I think eating blue cheese crumbles which I never do I started getting super bloated and gassy about 30 mins after eating and had severe stomach cramps and diarrhea for several hours it's awful | Symptoms: Diarrhea, Cramps, Gas See Less
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    I ordered a box of wings with fries and blue cheese dressing on Saturday, Sunday morning when I woke up I had diarrhea, chills, fatigued, fever and a severe headache. Not sure if the meat wasn’t cooked all the way.but I felt really bad I’m on day 3 of trying to recover. | Symptoms: Nausea, Diarrhea, Something else, Fever, Headache, Chills, Fatigue See Less
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    I ate the wedge salad for the first time for a late lunch and I was severely bloated when I got to the car, and I felt I had to use the washroom ASAP. I’m sensitive to dairy but never have I had such a bad reaction... See More from eating cheese. Blue cheese dressing and pieces around the plate, I have had the runs not long after, 30 min after leaving restaurant, and about once an hour. Abdominal discomfort and the runs. Maybe it was just me that had a bad reaction yesterday, I was okay throughout the night, but I had taken some pepto to help, but this morning it was similar effect so had yesterday. I’m just gonna stay away from the cheese | Symptoms: Diarrhea, Stomach Pain See Less
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