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post #21 of 28

To reheat in hot water, you don't want boiling. The bag will blow open. I just use an electric roaster with the water about 180-190, throw it in frozen. I have never timed it but it doesn't take that long to come to temp.  

post #22 of 28
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To reheat in hot water, you don't want boiling. The bag will blow open. I just use an electric roaster with the water about 180-190, throw it in frozen. I have never timed it but it doesn't take that long to come to temp.  

 

 

Thanks!

post #23 of 28

I don't know about a ziploc type bag, but the vacu seal bags hold up just fine in boiling water. I just thawed 2lbs of PP the other day. Dropped it in a pot of boiling water and about 10 min later it was ready. Much faster than waiting on an oven!

Good Luck!

post #24 of 28
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Originally Posted by smokin backyard View Post

I don't know about a ziploc type bag, but the vacu seal bags hold up just fine in boiling water. I just thawed 2lbs of PP the other day. Dropped it in a pot of boiling water and about 10 min later it was ready. Much faster than waiting on an oven!

Good Luck!

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post #25 of 28
Thread Starter 

The party was a success!  Thanks to everyone for their help. 

 

I ended up reheating the meat using the boil in a bag method.  After the meat was warm I placed as much of it as I could into a electric roaster oven.  The meat that would not fit in the roaster oven went into covered aluminum pans.  I put these pans in a cooler and used them to refill the roaster oven as needed.  Everything could not have worked better. 

 

This is a picture of the setup.  Roaster oven to keep bbq warm and crock pots filled with water to keep bbq sauce warm.

 

 

 

We had some leftover bbq: 

post #26 of 28

RhinoGuy~

 

Nice to hear that everything turned out for you.  Now if you had to do this all over again, what would you do different?

post #27 of 28

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Well done! I like the sauce warmer with the crock pot.

post #28 of 28

Your photos look fantastic.  Where did you get those sauce bottles?

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