Philadelphia health inspectors know how to identify the different life stages of various types of roaches. It’s part of their job. So it should come as no surprise that in this edition of Clean Plates they found the little critters crawling in hoagie wrapping paper, along walls, in an electric outlet, and behind exposed wooden beams. They also found a cat in a kitchen, thick black residue in a sanitizer solutions bucket, pink slime in an ice machine, warm eggs, broken refrigerators, expired milk and food facilities without hot water. Inspectors visit nearly 1,000 eateries and food retailers every two weeks. Each inspection is generally regarded as a snapshot in time, and not necessarily a reflection of day-to-day conditions. Most violations were corrected immediately in the presence of an inspector. To look up reports on a specific Philadelphia restaurant, or a Montgomery, Bucks, or Gloucester County eatery, visit philly.com/cleanplates. Mouse feces was found around the bulk food container; under the storage table holding dinner ware, on plates under a table and in corners of food prep area; the deep fryer and frying baskets had an accumulation of food residue; the oil in the de...