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Several alleged problems at “Another Broken Egg Cafe” on Linton Blvd.

Problems found during two inspections. Third now pending…

BY: STAFF REPORT | BocaNewsNow.com

DELRAY BEACH, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) (Copyright © 2022 MetroDesk Media, LLC) – A Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation inspector didn’t like the situation at the “Another Broken Egg Cafe” at 430 East Linton Blvd. during two recent inspections. The inspections, on March 7 and again on March 8, both led to violations and the requirement for a “follow-up” inspection.

On March 7, the inspector found the following infractions (we are publishing the issues exactly as they are noted on the public record):

HIGH PRIORITY – Time/temperature control for safety food cold maintained above 41 degrees Fahrenheit. drawers under flat top on far left: liquid egg white (53°F); liquid egg (51°F); ambient raw shell egg (67°F). The unit has an ambient temperature of 67°F. The operator declares that the articles have been in the unit for a maximum of 2 hours. Operator moved items to enter. Monitored the unit for approximately 45 minutes and took the room temperature back to 59°F. Operator called for service 4 folding drawers on far left: diced tomatoes (47°F); cheese (48°F); cooked sausage (50°F); lobster (47°F); raw shrimp (48°F). The operator states that the items have been in the unit for approximately 2 hours. Operator in charge of glazing the articles. The unit was monitored for 1 hour and the items dropped in temperature due to icing. Operator Called for Service **Corrective Action Taken** **Warning**

Intermediate – No written procedures available for using time as a public health control to maintain time/temperature control for food safety. The establishment has a plan written in hand but not completed. Provided a new written plan. Discussed with operator **Repeat Violation** **Warning**

Intermediate – Required employee training has expired for all employees. To order program-approved food safety materials, call the DBPR contracted supplier: Florida Restaurant and Lodging Association provided for safe staffing for all employees. Signs posted throughout property **Corrective Action Taken** **Repeat Violation** **Warning**

Intermediate – Spray containing an unlabeled toxic substance. Spray bottle with red substance in dishwashing area not labeled. Labeled operator. **Fixed Correct** **Repeat Violation** **Warning**

Then, on March 8, the following issues were recorded:

High Priority – – From initial inspection: High Priority – Time/temperature control for safety of cold foods held above 41 degrees Fahrenheit. drawers under the flat top on the far left: liquid egg white (53F); liquid egg (51F); ambient raw shell egg (67F). The unit has an ambient temperature of 67F. The operator declares that the articles have been in the unit for a maximum of 2 hours. Operator moved items to enter. Monitored the unit for about 45 minutes and took the room temp back to 59F. Operator called for service 4 folding drawers on far left: diced tomatoes (47F); cheese (48F); cooked sausage (50F); lobster (47F); raw shrimp (48F). The operator states that the items have been in the unit for approximately 2 hours. Operator in charge of glazing the articles. The unit was monitored for 1 hour and the items dropped in temperature due to icing. Operator Called for Service **Corrective Action Taken** **Warning** – From follow-up inspection 2022-03-08: 4 drawers under flat top: Liquid eggs stored in unit at 48°F. The unit has an ambient temperature of 51°F. Operator rejected. 4 drawers on the far left: lobster 49°F, cream cheese 53°F, salsa 51°F, nova salmon 48°F, cheese 48°F. The unit has an ambient temperature of 47°F-48°F. By Operator Items held in unit for approximately 1 hour. Operator removed. The operator states that the technology is out and the units have a small leak. TCS food products held in unit at time of OC inspection are not under any control **Administrative Claim**

Intermediate – – From initial inspection: Intermediate – Required employee training has expired for all employees. To order program-approved food safety equipment, call the DBPR-contracted supplier: Florida Restaurant and Lodging Association Staff safety class for all employees. Signs posted throughout property **Corrective Action Taken** **Repeat Violation** **Warning** – From Follow-Up Inspection 2022-03-08: Next Unannounced **Extended Time**

The violations did not result in the closure of the restaurant. An unannounced re-inspection is now underway.

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