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tangy yet delightful
Sep 13, 2005





Chip McFuck posted:

Pasta really doesn't like being stored warm, and won't taste as good after it's been steaming itself in a carry-out bag for a half hour. If this is a small, local place then you could ask them for the recipe and cook it at home. It will be much more romantic and thoughtful, even if it doesn't taste exactly right.

If this restaurant does the same thing as a place I used to work at they might 95% cook the pasta and then bag it in portions in plastic bags and put them in the fridge. Then drop into near boiling water when an order is placed to heat up and serve.

So what I'm saying is maybe OP can get the restaurant to give him the bag o' pasta and dump it in water at home (the other stuff might do ok with a warming cooler/heat pack setup).

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