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I do have a thermal bag but are we talking corn pudding or casserole? (Need pudding advice)
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Posted to Thread #20957 at 4:34 pm on Nov 20, 2011
I ask because you mention Paula Deen's recipe and a quick check online and the books I have, I only find a corn casserole recipe (vs. pudding) that cheezz mentioned above, which has cornbread in it. That I'm sure is much more stable a dish, but not the same. So I'm not sure if we are talking apples and oranges.
I do have a thermal bag and can bake it in a water bath at home, put/keep it in the bag but it would be sitting for 3-4 hours before serving, so it might need rewarming and do you think corn pudding (not casserole) would degrade?
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