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Unread 06-07-2007, 09:43 AM   #1
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Have a open house to go to Saturday and wanted to do up a couple fatties to take. Problem is won't be able to cook on Saturday. If I do them Friday night, foil and refridgerate, will they be as good reheated in the oven Saturday?

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Definately foil and fridge. Should be about as good. You can always slice before reheating and reheat in a skillet with the artery clogging oil/grease of your choice.
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Yeah, they should be as good, but like Greg says...you might want to slice before reheating. I have never tried to reheat whole.
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Definately foil and fridge. Should be about as good. You can always slice before reheating and reheat in a skillet with the artery clogging oil/grease of your choice.

In the skillet with the artery clogging grease is the way I prefer to do it.
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I have never tried to reheat whole.
I always do them whole.

Frying pan (or just one deep enough for about 1/2" water) with the lid on at a low simmer.

Just make sure the water doesnt completely boil away

You also don't want too much water, thats why I use an oversized fry pan. Less "submerged" in water and more steamed.

About 20-30 minutes, slice and eat.

If they are already sliced, I have nuked them with okay results, prefer steam/water bath.
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I always do them whole.

Frying pan (or just one deep enough for about 1/2" water) with the lid on at a low simmer..
I have one in the freezer...after it thaws, Im gonna give it a shot.
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Slicing cold makes for better presentation and they go further. I either nuke a half dozen slices on a paper towel and serve with eggs, or heat right back up in the same skillet as the eggs. Enough grease will weep out. Very versitle,you CANT screw up a fattie, not even Bobby Flay.
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