A building blog about Grilled Cheese

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Re: A building blog about Grilled Cheese

Postby Savannah » Wed Jun 13, 2012 12:32 am

Elliot wrote::D
Sounds wondermuss!

One clarification: Apparently, you will peddle (to sell, hawk) the sammishes out of your pedal-powered mobile kitchen.

Now... what was the grilled cheese kitchen on 4:30 in 2007?

There cannot be too many such kitchens! :D


Agreed. I've never seen anyone do it solo or mobile, though it hardly matters.

Stag Camp gave out grilled cheese in 2010 for several hours on two evenings, and sliced 'em with an honest-to-god 11-foot-high guillotine painted with "Cut The Cheese!" while only the very best funk music cranked from enormous speakers. :D

Grilled cheese is eternal.
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Re: A building blog about Grilled Cheese

Postby CarrieSnarf » Wed Jun 13, 2012 7:48 am

lemur wrote:from the same document..

Surgical staff have been traditionally required to scrub their hands for 10 minutes preoperatively, which frequently leads to skin damage. Several studies have demonstrated that scrubbing for 5 minutes reduces bacterial counts as effectively as a 10-minute scrub (117,238,239). In other studies, scrubbing for 2 or 3 minutes reduced bacterial counts to acceptable levels (156,205,207,240,241).

Studies have indicated that a two-stage surgical scrub using an antiseptic detergent, followed by application of an alcohol containing preparation, is effective. For example, an initial 1- or 2-minute scrub with 4% chlorhexidine gluconate or povidone-iodine followed by application of an alcohol-based product has been as effective as a 5-minute scrub with an antiseptic detergent (114,242).

Surgical hand-antisepsis protocols have required personnel to scrub with a brush. But this practice can damage the skin of personnel and result in increased shedding of bacteria from the hands (95,243). Scrubbing with a disposable sponge or combination sponge-brush has reduced bacterial counts on the hands as effectively as scrubbing with a brush (244–246). However, several studies indicate that neither a brush nor a sponge is necessary to reduce bacterial counts on the hands of surgical personnel to acceptable levels


anyways.. interesting distraction...

back to grilled cheezes.


I mean, if you want, we could launch in to a huge discussion about how one properly removes environmental contamination from ones filthy paws...We could get in the nitty gritty of waterless vs. non, brush vs. sponge, contact time, chlorohex vs iodine vs alcohol, whether it even matters given the bacterial load of the air in the OR, the benefits of shoe covers, and laminar flow systems, the importance of nail hygiene, coke or pepsi, diet or regular etc etc... our group had an hour long meeting on it recently, so this topic is rattling around my head ad nauseam ....... but I prefer your grilled cheese porn shots. The six sided method is a lovely thing to behold and your arty black and white photos make it classy porn indeed. BACK TO THE CHEESE!
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Re: A building blog about Grilled Cheese

Postby CarrieSnarf » Tue Jun 19, 2012 2:55 pm

There are new post on the blog if anyone is interested.
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Re: A building blog about Grilled Cheese

Postby Theres Always One » Tue Jun 19, 2012 10:34 pm

Well it looks like 2012 will be The Year of The Cheese because I am doing a mobile grilled cheese cart too! I hope to run into you out there, I would love to sample your sammie.
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Re: A building blog about Grilled Cheese

Postby CarrieSnarf » Tue Jul 03, 2012 1:04 pm

I for one welcome our cheesy overloads.
I hope we do meet on the playa. We can have a cheese off.

BTW, new post are up. We're having about one a week these days.
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Re: A building blog about Grilled Cheese

Postby daft » Sat Aug 11, 2012 8:08 pm

maybe it was you who pedaled up to the palm tree oasis way deep on the corner the left hand side of the playa. Its been there, and there is shade, crayons, paper, picture books to read, and u roll up, start the mini gas generator, plug in the little toaster running on ac and start slicing off squares of cheddar, the reno bt whole wheat bread, and made us sandwiches.
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