drawing a blank can you help?

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daddywoofdawg
Cheeseburger
2013/03/12 23:17:14
I'm drawing a blank on the term for a food truck or trailer that doesn't need a commissary.
THE WILD DOG
Double Chili Cheeseburger
Re:drawing a blank can you help? 2013/03/12 23:21:44
there really isn't a term, unless you are B/M establishment, then you gonna need a commissary. I own a food truck, food trailer, & a hot dog cart. All 3 technically need a commissary. My food truck can bypass it bc we don't re-serve the next day & our sinks are big enough to wash our biggest pan.  I would just ask your H/D and not fart around on the forum relaying on someone to give you the answer that only your H/D would be able to give you.  GL !
daddywoofdawg
Cheeseburger
Re:drawing a blank can you help? 2013/03/12 23:27:40
Someone asked me becuase they want to ask their Hd about it.I know there is a term becuase there are a few people on here that have used the term on their build.
buffy1711
Hamburger
Re:drawing a blank can you help? 2013/03/13 08:16:20
Here in Michigan it's called a STFU, Special Transitory Food Unit .
BelCibo
Cheeseburger
Re:drawing a blank can you help? 2013/03/13 08:20:05
Idaho calls it a "Full Service" mobile unit.
CCinNJ
Sirloin
Re:drawing a blank can you help? 2013/03/13 08:27:45
Self-contained.
Dr of BBQ
Filet Mignon
Re:drawing a blank can you help? 2013/03/13 08:44:43
In Illinois it's also full service and we are no different than a B&M unit.
Re:drawing a blank can you help? 2013/03/14 12:18:37
Fully Self Contained here as well.
Chicnscoop
Cheeseburger
Re:drawing a blank can you help? 2013/03/14 14:58:42
Itinerant vendor?
Buck & Vi's
Double Cheeseburger
Re:drawing a blank can you help? 2013/03/14 20:29:15
here no matter what you have you must use a commisary...cause...............even tho you can wash your own pans, make your own stuff, or what ever....you still need to dump your gray water....and not on the street....in your yard, down your own septic, not a man hole....at the car wash..etc.etc. has to have a grease trap regular insp.