Two local eateries made this week's Kitchen Cops low performers list. This week's lowest score belongs to the Dairy Queen in Independence Mall in Wilmington. Two points off because a worker did not wash their hands after taking money and before preparing food. Strawberries and fudge were stored uncovered. And there were roaches in a cabinet and around the edge of the counter. 86 for Dairy Queen. And over to Brunswick County and Ginny's Chicken House on Holden Beach Road. The inspector found several packages out-of-date foods, which she said is an ongoing problem. There were ants in a bag of marshmallows, cereal boxes and a container of sugar. And food was stored improperly. 87 for Ginny's Chicken House. Three New Hanover County restaurants have something to be proud about after a visit from the health inspector. This week's highest score belongs to Temptation's Everyday Gourmet at 8207 Market Street in Porters Neck. A perfect 100 plus two points for workers passing a food safety course. The same top score of 102 goes to the Subway at 700 North Lake Park Boulevard in Carolina Beach. And Frenches Classic Burgers at 6142 Carolina Beach Road lost half a point because the deflector shield in the ice machine and cooler gaskets need cleaning. 99.5 for Frenches.
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