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Keeping Stock and Chili hot so I don't have to pitch it!

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Keeping Stock and Chili hot so I don't have to pitch it!

breakfastfan | Oct 20, 2012 05:13 PM

So I wasn't thinking ahead and made crock pot chili and stove top chicken stock this afternoon. I also went shopping and have a full gallon of milk in the fridge. I know that I should keep the hot food over 165 and the cold below 40ish so they both stay safe. How can I do that? I decided to put both in a 175 degree oven overnight and then in the am put the chili back into the crockpot and continue to cook for the day and the stock I'll strain and cool in an ice bath and then freeze for future use. What have I missed in this plan?

On edit I do this in the winter frequently and put them on the deck ( less than 40*) with great results! tonight will only get to the 50's!

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