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Unread 06-20-2011, 03:03 PM   #1
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Any tips on transporting hot food without making a mess? Specifically Baked Beans? I've got some Cambros but I'm not sure I trust aluminum foil to stop it from sloshing out of the pans.
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Unread 06-20-2011, 03:05 PM   #2
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Hmmm...I always make a mess with beans!
I have found using the smaller, 1/2, pans makes it easier to control and I don't get as big a mess.
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Perfect for beans
http://www.coolerstores.com/beverage...13824-prd1.htm
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$35.56

Igloo Beverage Cooler 3 GALLON 400 SERIES



When you are ready to serve just pour them into the serving pans, they stay hotter in here then the Cambro , clean and easier to deal with not to mention a safer way to carry.
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Perfect for beans
http://www.coolerstores.com/beverage...13824-prd1.htm
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$35.56

Igloo Beverage Cooler 3 GALLON 400 SERIES

Don't they get stuck in the spout?
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Yep that would work. But, I don't want to have to clean beans out of it!!
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I find it easy to clean much like a ice chest but smaller then again we don't use it for drinks so after taste isn't an issue. :D

Hey Joe it saves on overhead if you give everyone a straw and make it self serve. hahahahahahaha
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We use the alloy pans that come with the paper lid, the edges of the pan crimp over and hold very well. You can get them on Amazon
An example ( we buy them in packs of five in the larger size)

2 1/4 lb. Rectangular Foil Pan with Board Lid 250/CS

Amazon.com: 2 1/4 lb. Rectangular Foil Pan with Board Lid 250/CS: Kitchen & Dining



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I put them in disposable 1/2 pans, saran wrap, disposable lid, place in SS full size pan and into Cambro.
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Aluminum lids will help add strength and help hold heat. With beans or vegggies, we use sheet pans in the cambros, for extra support. Sometimes doubling is a good option. The lids help the most. Steve.
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as was mentioned, plastic wrap first then either foil or the lids, once you put the covered beans back into the heat for a little bit, the plastic wrap will make a very tight seal, don't have any issues of leakage.
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