Plastic Chef Neelix

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His high burners also means that when he is making a large amount of a spaghetti-type sauce he is required to make use of constant tending of the stew-pot that the sauce is cooking in in order to prevent it from burning.  This is something that does not tend to produce a tomato sauce that will have much of anything that could be called good flavor or texture.  This may be the reason [[Tom Paris]] expressed annoyance at the quality of his Spaghetti.  <ref>[[VOY]] "Parturition"</ref>
 
His high burners also means that when he is making a large amount of a spaghetti-type sauce he is required to make use of constant tending of the stew-pot that the sauce is cooking in in order to prevent it from burning.  This is something that does not tend to produce a tomato sauce that will have much of anything that could be called good flavor or texture.  This may be the reason [[Tom Paris]] expressed annoyance at the quality of his Spaghetti.  <ref>[[VOY]] "Parturition"</ref>
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== Neelix does not seem to understand basic food safety principles ==
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Once again we are forced to look to the disaster that was Learning Curve.  Neelix has made a batch of homemade cheese and the manner he is storing this cheese is in a bell jar-like container on the counter in his kitchen.  While there are a few cheeses that can be stored in a room temperature stat without much worry most experienced cooks will still store them in a refrigerated environment as that is just one extra precaution against food poisoning.  The danger-zone is a very real concern and as evidenced by Neelix managing to infect the ship itself with his cheese just begs the bigger question of how many food poisoning cases was the Doctor dealing with that they just didn't care to show us.
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