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Arglebargle III
Feb 21, 2006


oliveoil posted:

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?

Yes. Learn to cook it.

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Arglebargle III
Feb 21, 2006


Anything that depends strongly on moisture content for its mouth feel cannot be held hot for 30 minutes without changing character. Pasta is one of those foods. I wasn't being snarky; learning to cook this may be the only real option.

Fried food is even worse than pasta for this.

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