Food 4 Thought - Mr. 'Hardball' Turns Into Softy Over Sticker
Thu, 10 Feb 2011 05:35:35 GMT —
Chalk it up as another Cinderella story on Food 4 Thought!
A former low performer restaurant owner in McAllen, infamous for his threatening hardball comment to the Food Patrol in 2007, is now all smiles over a top performer sticker.
Don Juan TMs on 1610 North 23rd Street scored zero demerits on a health report.
The Food Patrol hasn TMt spoken to the owner since the incident four years ago.
Many Food Patrol fans blacklisted the eatery because of the owner TMs refusal to follow health rules and attitude on the program back then.
But just like the amazing turn around in his kitchen to clean, Don Juan Saenz has also completely changed his attitude toward the Food Patrol.
Click on the video link to see one of the most memorable reunions in the history of Food 4 Thought.
Weekly Low Performer List: (total # of demerits)
WeslacoTaqueria El Zarape 1821 N Texas Blvd (38) *Dirty Equipment, Cross Contamination of Foods*
McAllenLin TMs Grand Buffet 420 E Nolana (21) *Ticketed, Flies*
Weekly Top Performer List: (0 demerits)
BrownsvilleToddle Inn 1740 Central BlvdTino TMs Seafood 2501 Paredes Line RdChurch TMs 4826 Southmost RdDanny TMs 55 Sam Pearl Blvd
McAllenMorado TMs 113 S 17th StSubway 100 S 15th StWallbanger TMs 810 E Exp 83Rafa TMs 1004 N Ware RdDon Juan TMs 1610 N 23rd St
DonnaSubway 512 Salinas BlvdLittle Caesar TMs 904 E Bus 83
San BenitoTacos El Pastor 701 E Hwy 77
PharrSubway 1510 W Military Hwy
SPIJake TMs 2305 Laguna Blvd