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Something To Keep Food Warm On The Go.


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Posted 13 March 2013 - 08:52 AM

Hi,

I am looking for something to keep food warm on the go.  This would be something that I would need to be able to take in the car.  I can't seem to find anything big enough.  The biggest container that I can find is 10 ounces.  Does anyone know of anything at all that would work?

 

Thanks!

 

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Posted 13 March 2013 - 10:04 AM

How warm? You can put hot food in any cooler. They sell these packs you microwave or freeze. I saw them at Bed Bath and Beyond but probably have them other places.

http://www.bedbathan...sp?SKU=40694085


I have a 9x 13 glass pan with lid that goes in a cover with one of those microwave packs. http://www.pyrexware...upc=71160041813

I got the little lunch Crockpot. You could put food in and plug it in in the car or when you get somewhere. It takes a couple of hours and holds maybe 16 oz? You could take a big Crockpot with a car plug- in.
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Posted 13 March 2013 - 12:25 PM

If you search 'thermos' on amazon the first thing that comes up is a 16oz soup jug.

I have that one and I love it. I run my electric teakettle and fill it with boiling water

for a few minutes, with the lid on. Then I add my hot food, making sure it's very hot

first. Food is usually still hot more than eight hours later, depending on how cold of

an environment I have the jug in. They make bigger ones too, like ones designed

for liquids that have a wide enough mouth to eat out of.


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