Would your kitchen pass a state health inspection?

About six years ago, the former York City health inspector and myself visited the homes of two residents who volunteered to have their kitchen’s inspected.

For the most part, their kitchen’s were clean, save for the dog who made his bed near the refrigerator, mold found on a coffee maker and various chipped plates.

While working on that story, I knew then what I know now. My kitchen would never pass a health inspection.

Let’s first forget about the fact that my kitchen isn’t licensed by the state and focus on what other factors would stand in the way of a perfect score.

For one, my two dogs routinely patrol the floor in search of crumbs. Second, I’m sure the inspector would not be happy with the bottle of window cleaner we keep on the counter.

Food wouldn’t be a problem. I trash all expired staples, save for the what I believe is a can of cream corn stuck in the back of the pantry.

What would an inspector find in your kitchen?

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