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oliveoil
Apr 22, 2016


My girlfriend has a favorite restaurant but it's really far out of our way. I'd like to surprise her with her favorite dishes from this place, but one is a black seafood pasta and the other is some kind of lobster and baked egg appetizer eaten with bread.

Neither of these foods seem like something that would taste good after a 25- to 35-minute trip, and in fact when I've been in the area and offered to bring some back, she didn't want it for that reason.

I think it would be fun to surprise her with dinner some time but I don't want the pasta to be lukewarm and have that weird texture pasta gets when it's been sitting and cooling off in it's sauce for a while, nor would I like to give her the lobster and egg spread thing if it got chilled and firm.

Is there anything I can do to reliably keep it all warm ans fresh so that it still looks, tastes, and feels like it would if it was eaten immediately after being served?

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