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Reheat Ware for Microwave

nemo | Apr 6, 2012 03:22 PM

Apologies if this is on the wrong board. I did do a search but only came up with ideas for people who want to bring their dishes home again to reuse for themselves.

I'm looking for individual serving, non-plastic, microwaveable dishes that I can leave where I give them. I take lunch to a friend once every six weeks, and so far I've been able to get away with cold salads, casseroles in tinfoil pans that she has to dish out a serving to a plate to reheat, quiche in a tinfoil pan, and soups that she reheats in a big coffee mug. I want to branch out to crepes and stuffed shells and maybe lasagna.

Are there any paper containers that are microwave safe? I can cook in a larger pan; just want to give her a serving in something I don't need back. I know that some paper bowls in the grocery store say "micro safe," but does that just mean they won't burn?

I've thought about coordinating with her to switch plates with me, but I don't think she'll remember.

Thanks so much. Easter and Passover best wishes to all who celebrate!

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