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arkylady

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Portable food warmer Thu, 09/8/11 6:58 PM (permalink)
I've been looking for the best way to transport hot foods and keep them hot (140+). Maybe I'm not looking in the right places, but so far this is the best one I've found:
 
EDIT: Well, I can't post links! I found the Taylor AW1000 Perfect Temp Portable Food Warmer :)
 
Can anyone point me in the right direction? Or is this about as good as it gets? I was hoping for something a little larger!
 
Thanks!
<message edited by arkylady on Thu, 09/8/11 7:11 PM>
 
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    Foodbme

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    Re:Portable food warmer Thu, 09/8/11 7:02 PM (permalink)
    Since you're a newbee, you won't be able to post pictures or web sites for a while so you'll need to describe what you're talking about.
     
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      chefbuba

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      Re:Portable food warmer Thu, 09/8/11 7:30 PM (permalink)
       
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        Brian Briggs

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        Re:Portable food warmer Thu, 09/8/11 10:34 PM (permalink)
        That is awfully small. I would look at a cambro. I can not post links either but google pulls it up
         
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          6star

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          Re:Portable food warmer Fri, 09/9/11 12:56 AM (permalink)
           
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            CajunKing

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            Re:Portable food warmer Fri, 09/9/11 6:23 PM (permalink)
            I have used Cambro products for 20+ years.  They keep the hot food hot and the cold food cold.  They are rugged and easily cleaned.
             
            http://cool.cambro.com/Insulated_Transport.ashx
             
            Mine are the Camcarriers
             
             
             
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