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Keeping food hot on a trip A&J. ♥ 1 child; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 5613 posts
12th Jun '13

I've never done this, do those bags actually work?



I am going to VA to visit a friend,
I want to bring cheesesteaks with me so she can get an "authentic" experience.



But I'm afraid they will just turn disgusting.



When they make them, they are wrapped tightly and then wrapped in foil but idk...

user banned 2 kids; Georgia 24891 posts
12th Jun '13

the bread will be a soggy mess.

A&J. ♥ 1 child; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 5613 posts
12th Jun '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting A❤T=P&W:</b>" the bread will be a soggy mess. "</blockquote>



My thoughts exactly. It's a 5.5 hour drive

Nicola. 2 kids; Huntsville, AL, United States 7554 posts
12th Jun '13

Hm, maybe they could wrap everything that goes on them separately from the bread? Not sure how messy that would end up being but it would probably work better than the bread being soggy? lol

S ♥ J ♥ L 1 child; 3 angel babies; Philadelphia, PA, United States 3820 posts
12th Jun '13

Depending on where you get it, I know a lot of places can put the cheese in a cup, so ask them to put the steak separately from the bread and cheese in a cup and your friends/family can pour it on!



Take them Geno's!!!!!! Or Pats!!!!

Born To Be Worn Due February 4; 4 kids; 2 angel babies; Norfolk, Virginia 5531 posts
19th Jun '13

nom nom nom

Flag 1 child; Newmarket, Ontario 1681 posts
19th Jun '13

5.5 hours? You aren't supposed to keep food hot for that long... Sorry...

Flag 1 child; Newmarket, Ontario 1681 posts
19th Jun '13

5.5 hours? You aren't supposed to keep food hot for that long... Sorry...