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Unread 04-02-2007, 02:47 PM   #1
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I am planing dinner for about 30 people. I will be quite busy the day of the party and would like to prepare and smoke a bunch of stuffed pepper the night before. Does anyone have any experience reheating ABT's?
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Nope - never had any left-overs....and never tried cooking ahead of time
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What's going on in your avatar dodger? I can't quite tell.
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You know, I bet you could redo those in the micro for a bit and finish them quickly under the broiler to keep from mushing up.

Never tried it though. They don't last!
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You know, I bet you could redo those in the micro for a bit and finish them quickly under the broiler to keep from mushing up.

Never tried it though. They don't last!
That does work!

I did way too many a couple of years ago.
Re-heated is not as great as fresh, but works.

If possible, can you prep them the day before and just cook them timely????
That works great!

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Saw that before. It's this:
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That does work!

I did way too many a couple of years ago.
Re-heated is not as great as fresh, but works.

If possible, can you prep them the day before and just cook them timely????
That works great!

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Agree with the Kapn.

Straight Microwave is acceptable.
Micro warm and broil finish is better.
Fresh is best.

You can also just heat them in a high heat oven. I am pretty sure that Joe reheats all his ABTs for the restaurant - don't think he has complainers.
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