The 'NO TOUCH NO EAT' Sign at the L.A. Times Test Kitchen
The L.A. Times' Test Kitchen tests over 600 recipes a year. How does the Test Kitchen protect food from journalists' greedy little hands? Using a sign that reads "NO TOUCH NO EAT." The Daily Dish blog writes:
Former L.A. Times Staff Writer Charles Perry, who still graces our pages, had it made about 10 years ago as an apology of sorts for tucking into a cake that had not yet been photographed. He made two others, too, that are still in use in the kitchen: "No Touch At All" and "Don't Even Think About it."