5 things you definitely don’t want Gordon Ramsay to find in your kitchen

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#2. Broken Equipment

Faulty and broken equipment is definitely a big no-no. This is more than just electrical equipment that has given up the ghost. All that does is take up space when you could have a replacement and space for other items. This is about the equipment that could end up causing a health hazard because of the breaks.

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Broken wooden items can leave splinters in food. Melted plastic can lead to problems for the people eating. Broken items would tell Gordon Ramsay that you’re not looking after your utensils and kitchen. What does that mean about the food you’re serving? It likely doesn’t get a second look and you’re serving whatever you want!

#1. Kitchen Remodeling While Cooking

Never expect your kitchen to be in full working order when you’re remodeling. It’s going to lead to major issues and can lead to contamination. Ramsay shuts the whole place down when he starts on remodeling kitchens to save them. You’ll want to do the same.

Sure, it means you’re missing out on business if this is what your kitchen is for. However, you’re remodeling for the sake of your restaurant. If this is a family kitchen, you’ll have to spend a little extra on eating out, but this should have been in the remodeling budget to allow for a smooth transition. Avoiding the kitchen while remodeling will help to keep projects on track, make it easier for your contractors and you, and give you peace of mind.

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