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|Music City Missy||
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Posted to Thread #20957 at 4:04 am on Nov 20, 2011
I guess none of them are ever quite as good as fresh out of the oven HOWEVER
I make Paula Dean's. I would slightly underbake it because my experience is that it is not as creamy when rewarmed, it's drier or something. I have always sworn by California Innovations bags - and while I don't love them as much as my CI bags of the past, they do make the large Racheal Ray carrier. Mine is not a RR but you can lay it flat and pull the handles to make it a casserole carrier. Use a couple of the hot packs, wrap it up well and it will probably still be warm but if you need, reheat in the oven slightly.
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- 20957. ISO TG Corn Pudding advice -- can it sit or be reheated? Help... - MariaDNoCA - 1:21am on 11/20/11 (9)
- Advice - Music City Missy - 4:04am on 11/20/11
- thanks for this advice Missy, I needed it too. This damn Yankee was - Janet in NC - 2:41pm on 11/20/11
- I do have a thermal bag but are we talking corn pudding or casserole? (Need pudding advice) - MariaDNoCA - 4:34pm on 11/20/11
- You are right in that it isn't the same [NT] - Music City Missy - 5:54pm on 11/20/11
- The PD recipe is definitely denser than corn pudding, more like casserole. [NT] - MoNJ - 1:57pm on 11/21/11
- T&T REC: Corn Pudding. The best! Leftovers re-heated beautifully - Marianne - 7:10pm on 11/20/11
- aw sweetie, anything with 1.5 C of heavy cream is going to be good. You could have - MarilynFL - 2:35pm on 11/21/11