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Offline auds

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thermoserver?
« on: December 23, 2011, 12:21:31 am »
I am going to a beachfront party this afternoon and am going to make some dips and whatnot.

I would like to have some sort of warm snack food as well and was wondering what I could make that would stay warm.

If I made little meatballs or something like that would they stay warm in the thermoserver or does that really just work for foods with liquid in them?

thanks all

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Re: thermoserver?
« Reply #1 on: December 23, 2011, 12:27:59 am »
I'd wrap them in alfoil and place them in the thermosaver auds - as long as you are going to be eating them fairly soon after arrival.  Little meatballs are usually just as nice cold though so keep that in mind too. Have a great day.
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Re: thermoserver?
« Reply #2 on: December 23, 2011, 12:43:23 am »
good idea about the alfoil JD - I will give that a go and see how it goes.  I am going to try to adapt a version of George Columbaris beef kofta recipe (Usually cooked on pita bread under a grill) and serve with some sort of tzatziki.

If it works I will post the recipe.  ;D