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post #31 of 37
:rolleyes: Rubbermaid makes what they call a "Greens Kepper" It's a FDA compliant white
Perforated container that looks like a garbage can set inside of another with a spigot on bottom on wheels. They cost $200 for 20 gal. and $250 for 32 gal.size.
I use them in the walk-in cooler but, would never take them to an event. :thumb:
post #32 of 37
I looked at one years ago. Went to Home Depot bpought 6 rubbermaid cans 3 spigots and made 3 of them for $96.00. ou can even make salad spinners out of them. I do not ship interstate so need no FDA compliance.:chef:
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post #33 of 37
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Party went off without a hitch! ok that is not true, but nothing we could not handle! I haven't worked in catering since dec. 05. So it was actually a lot of fun, till we had to clean up the plates and silverware. The owners came to me and told me I made it look easy! I assured them it was not. coarse I am sure they are tired after cleaning that mess up. All and all it was a great success for being a first time for catering! It was also chamber of commerce, which should bring us great business next spring when all the tourist pile into these resorts looking for a nice place to go eat.
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Tyler
post #34 of 37
ou can even make salad spinners out of them
how?

Treehugger, thanks for coming back and sharing your experience. Welcome to Cheftalk Pro Catering.
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post #35 of 37
I used old billiard balls I had in garage in he bottom of outer can, put other can inside it( Holes Punched in sides)
inner can it now elevated then just turn it and keep turning it . most of water comes out.
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post #36 of 37
did you add a handle?
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post #37 of 37
At first no, but later on, the handy man made one out of plastic fencing.
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