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Thread: Holiday buns

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    Holiday buns

    Now that the holiday's are up on us, I will be hosting some large groups for meals.{ at lest three, two family and one for the lions club} I have been trying to think of some way to keep the rolls warm. I have done the basket and towel thing works but not well. do any of you have a better way? I would love to read how you do it.
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    ​I usually make a foil package and put my buns in the oven with the cooking meal for the last 15 minutes. I take them directly to the table in a breadbasket with a tea towel inside. I think they make earthen ware stones you can heat in the oven for your bread basket?

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    i made a couple of rice bags just for that, keeps them warm for up to 2 -3 hours,when I put them in a Large potatoe microwave bag I made just for the rolls.

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    thanks for the tips. I have some new rice bags that I just made for gifts. will gave this a try and make some more bags to gave away.
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    Thanks for sharing this tip!

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    Wonder?? .... what about a crockpot?

    So then I went off and asked Mr. Google.
    Sure enough ... it can be done!!
    (and guess what, that's the way I was thinking that I would try! )

    http://www.ehow.com/how_7668539_keep-buns-warm.html
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    Quote Originally Posted by QuiltE View Post
    Wonder?? .... what about a crockpot?

    So then I went off and asked Mr. Google.
    Sure enough ... it can be done!!
    (and guess what, that's the way I was thinking that I would try! )

    http://www.ehow.com/how_7668539_keep-buns-warm.html
    Thanks for the information. Sounds like agreat idea.
    so many quilts to make, so little time.

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    We keep stuff warm in a "cooler" yep a cooler. It keeps things very warm just like it does cold. We put a couple heavy towels in the bottom and then put our hot/warm dishes in the cooler, lay another towel on top and close the lid. Works like a charm. Would be gra
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