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The trouble with keeping something like this "warm" is that if you keep it covered where the steam/heat accumulates...it will make the crust soggy. Pot pies are best served hot, not warm....depending on your numbers...your best bet may be to place them on a griddle/warming tray/chafing rack
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Being a key snack food down under, Aussies have this mastered by manufacturing pie warmers
I'd replicate in a low oven (say, 225F or so?), uncovered :-)
I am thinking of selling some pies roadside here in Sweden, but more the English style pies. But im a bit concerned about how long i can keep a pie heated before i sell, i have a lot of research to do on this but any tips would be great!
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How about using the red rubber hot water bottle? The instructions say only use hot tap water because, you can really burn your self filling with boiling water. I use a silicon oven mitt and it works just fine.
Get a couple of those and put them in a ice chest and it should stay warm for quite awhile.
If you have access to a car for the power source. Heated "ice chests" are available. http://www.amazon.com/Portable...
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