Tuesday, July 11, 2006

Fire Camp Kitchen at Warm Incident

Mealtime at the incident command post for the Warm Fire in the Kaibab Nation Forest in Arizona. The kitchen for this fire was operated by Trails End Catering of Kanab, Utah. The Warm Fire was declared 100 percent contained on July 4, 2006. The fire burned approximately 58,630 acres in 27 days. It took took 419 personnel to contain the fire at its peak.

Many mobile kitchen units use these Cambro table-top food bars to serve salads and dessert items. They are available in four-, five- and six-foot lengths and list for $940 to $1,140. The four-, five- and six-foot models hold three, four and five full-sized hotels pans respectively. Cambro literature says: "It is lightweight, easy to handle, extremely durable and affordable. The thick foam ice well holds ice for hours to keep your food presentation looking and tasting fresh. A drain plug is also included to make clean-up quick and easy. This Table Top Model comes complete with a sneeze guard that attaches securely to the Food Bar body. The sneeze guard is double-sided to accomodate serving from both sides of the bar. End panels shield food for even greater food protection."

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