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Unread 11-19-2007, 04:17 PM   #31
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Yeah....what pics??
I thought it was just me.
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Jeff, what will it take to repost the pics?
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Jeff, what will it take to repost the pics?
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One of the things I do to cool liquid food like chile, soup, stocks, etc. fast is to put ice in zip-lock bags and submerge the bags into the pot with the product. Set the pot into a sink full of ice water, and stir. Replace Ice bags when ice melts and continue. You can cool a big pot of chile or stew down to room temp in just a few minutes this way, but it is labor intensive.

We set the pot in the sink with Blue Ice packs, and rotate the Blue Ice as it melts.
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We set the pot in the sink with Blue Ice packs, and rotate the Blue Ice as it melts.

why don't you just set it outside on the glacier?
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Unread 11-19-2007, 09:50 PM   #36
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why don't you just set it outside on the glacier?

Real nice.. the dude in florida is raggin on the dude in Montana...


Now thats cold..

oh.. sorry, i mean..... thats cruel.
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