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Old 11-15-2018, 12:56 PM   #29
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Hi: Fred 762... Put wieners in a Thermos and fill with boiling water. Cap it and place the thermos in the sink and when it's time to eat just add buns, condiments, and your fav chips for a quick meal.
Alf S. North shore of Lake Erie
Alf, I have tried a lot of the things folks have mentioned here but your idea seemed to be as easy as it could get. I did just like you said, but I had a little trouble stuffing the buns in there. The condiments and chips went in OK. While it did take a little ingenuity to get it all back out when it was time to eat, it was tasty. Not sure though if it's gonna catch on with the "Four Star" crowd. I hope Fred enjoyed it also.
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