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    Gloria P Guest

    Default Keeping foods warm

    Someone in another NG asked how to keep muffins or rolls warm while
    transporting them to another location (pot luck, etc.)

    My suggestion:

    While the muffins are baking, heat a ceramic tile (Home Depot, Lowe's or
    your local tile store, very cheap.) Or you could use a brick.

    Place the muffins in a basket or serving dish, wrap with a clean
    dishtowel to absorb moisture (so they won't get soggy.) Place in an
    insulated picnic cooler with one or more heated tiles, wrapped in
    newspaper so they won't melt the interior of the cooler where they
    touch.

    The tiles can also be used under a casserole dish on top of a trivet to
    keep the dish warm at the table.

    gloria p

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    Omelet Guest

    Default Re: Keeping foods warm

    In article <[email protected]>,
    Gloria P <[email protected]> wrote:

    > Someone in another NG asked how to keep muffins or rolls warm while
    > transporting them to another location (pot luck, etc.)
    >
    > My suggestion:
    >
    > While the muffins are baking, heat a ceramic tile (Home Depot, Lowe's or
    > your local tile store, very cheap.) Or you could use a brick.
    >
    > Place the muffins in a basket or serving dish, wrap with a clean
    > dishtowel to absorb moisture (so they won't get soggy.) Place in an
    > insulated picnic cooler with one or more heated tiles, wrapped in
    > newspaper so they won't melt the interior of the cooler where they
    > touch.
    >
    > The tiles can also be used under a casserole dish on top of a trivet to
    > keep the dish warm at the table.
    >
    > gloria p


    Hot idea. <g>
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    ..PL.. Guest

    Default Re: Keeping foods warm

    Omelet <[email protected]> wrote in newsmpomelet-F9E1E7.22140407032009
    @news-wc.giganews.com:

    > In article <[email protected]>,
    > Gloria P <[email protected]> wrote:
    >
    >> Someone in another NG asked how to keep muffins or rolls warm while
    >> transporting them to another location (pot luck, etc.)
    >>
    >> My suggestion:
    >>
    >> While the muffins are baking, heat a ceramic tile (Home Depot, Lowe's

    or
    >> your local tile store, very cheap.) Or you could use a brick.
    >>
    >> Place the muffins in a basket or serving dish, wrap with a clean
    >> dishtowel to absorb moisture (so they won't get soggy.) Place in an
    >> insulated picnic cooler with one or more heated tiles, wrapped in
    >> newspaper so they won't melt the interior of the cooler where they
    >> touch.
    >>
    >> The tiles can also be used under a casserole dish on top of a trivet to
    >> keep the dish warm at the table.
    >>
    >> gloria p

    >
    > Hot idea. <g>




    I'm warming to using it next time :-)



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