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Unread 11-15-2010, 01:44 AM   #1
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Well, its that time of the year again when I go to the store and the first thing Im greeted by is all the huge turkey roasters that are in the front of all the stores. I think to myself every year I should buy a couple to put my pulled pork/beef whatever in for when I have big cookouts. I usually just buy the disposable aluminum pans at Sams but lots of times people come and go and it gets cold fast. I also cook for the people here at work a lot and not everyone can eat at the same time. I was wondering if anyone uses any of those buffet style warmers? I looked and couldnt really find one that holds the "fullsize" pans like I use. Most have 2.5 quart pans. I dont really know how big that is without seeing one as Im no in the rest buisiness. I found this one...which is a little pricey but seems to be the biggest one I could find. What do you guys think? Buy a few of the cheaper roasters and have more capacity? I need one that is electric, I cant have fire in the building at work..
http://www.compactappliance.com/NBS3...SLP&src=AMZCSE
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Unread 11-15-2010, 02:44 AM   #2
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I use the roasters you are talking about in the house. Works great.
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I use the roasters you are talking about in the house. Works great.
I have 2 30qt roasters like this. They work good & have inserts to use them as chafing dishes.
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30 quart? wow, I checked online and couldnt find anything that big. I would be happy to find one in like an 18 quart that had a chaffing dish insert. I will look around some more. thanks for the tip.
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I use the roasters you are talking about in the house. Works great.
thats the ticket there. i have a few of those in white.
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you mean like these?
http://www.bbq-brethren.com/forum/sh...ad.php?t=94486
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yes, like those . Being as though I would need two of them since they only hold one fullsize pan, getting a few roasters would be quite a bit cheaper. Thanks for the link.
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I bought one of these (in super fast red):

http://www.kmart.com/shc/s/p_10151_1...V002617213000P

Works great!
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yes, like those . Being as though I would need two of them since they only hold one fullsize pan, getting a few roasters would be quite a bit cheaper. Thanks for the link.
our walmart has those GE warmers/cookers on sale right now for $29 so i bought 3 more.
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