YA-YA’s CHICKEN


HORRID - CLOSED


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PICTURES THEY SHOW YOU RE NOT WHAT YOU ARE ABOUT TO GET

Years ago while working for a major corporation, and way before I got this adamant about food services, I either brought lunch to work, or was fairly careful about eating out and what I put into my digestive system.  In the lunch room I saw what they bought and redirected them to Sam’s where they got  four three pound delicious fryers for 4.99 each, a case of soda for 4.00 and enough potato salad for all six of them for 6.00. Thirty Dollars and six of them at to gorge level. Three times the food and leftovers.

YA-YA SECRET MARINADE - CORPORATE HORSESHIT
Aha! It’s really a brine, marinade or pre-soak, Greek in origin, very common for the past 400 years and you simply pre-soak the Chicken in the “ Secret blend”.   
1/2 C Kosher salt
1/3 C Granulated sugar
3 T Lemon pepper seasoning
1 T Rubbed Sage
1 T Ground Thyme, some use Oregano
1/2 T Garlic powder
1/2 T Onion powder

Soak at least an hour before grilling the chicken. Never frozen, no coatings, no grease, no oils, sounds good. Only if your system and your employees are on top of everything. Chicken on the grill for hours is "carbonized dreck".  Many Greek recipes for marinade might also contain these other basics, Mint, Dill, Rosemary, and Marjoram. 
I realized several things about their product.  They must buy the smallest cheapest chickens on the market.  Compared to what you get for what you pay, they were outrageous in price.  

So much heat for hours, if unsold, made the chicken ..., cremated at best describes it.  They sell yesterdays leftovers as "value packs" for 3.00 dollars.  The value packs would make excellent treats if you owned a Tasmanian Devil from New Zealand, they love carrion and dead animals, the older the better.


INSPECTION DEPARTMENT - HEALTH DEPARTMENT
Another Store GULF TO BAY - CLEARWATER, Fla. - 1764 Gulf to Bay Boulevard, Clearwater, FL‎ -

On July 28, 2010, health inspectors with the Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation found food being kept at the wrong temperatures. They ordered YaYa’s to discard 55 pounds of cooked chicken, 80 lbs. of marinated chicken, and 10 pounds of BBQ chicken.  After the 145 lbs. of chicken, they had to toss 43 lbs. of butter, 30 lbs. of baked beans, 104 cups of salad dressings, 6 lbs of salads, potatoes, and pasta, and 2.5 lbs. of gyro meat. 

July 28 visit, inspectors also found dead roaches under the tea counter, and flies in the kitchen. They also found rodent droppings under the table in the roasting area, under the rolling table, and in storage areas.  
March, the state found fifty rodent droppings throughout the restaurant, including on and under their storage shelves, the rear room, even on the employee restroom hand sink. 

YaYa's Flame Broiled Chicken has accumulated 83 critical violations and three follow-up inspections by the state. Employees blamed it on a broken cooler.  Right, the KFC Ninjas rats must of sabotaged the place.  

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