This weekend I ate at a restaurant that had this message printed on its menu - “Consuming raw or undercooked meats, poultry, seafood, shellfish or eggs may increase your risk of food-borne illness.” It really gets your mouth watering. Although that might just be an early symptom of the virus.
It is not often you see the term “food-borne illness” printed on a menu. It is like seeing an ad for a swimming pool builder that said “Home pools kill thousands of people every year!” And the warning was printed in big, bold letters, like maybe it wasn’t there as a courtesy, but as a stipulation from their last legal settlement.
“What’s the name of this restaurant?”
“Ted’s House of Health Code Violations.”