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rp17 | Dec 17, 201607:01 AM     18

I'm bringing Brussels sprouts to my boyfriend's family's Christmas dinner. I typically make my sprouts by cooking in a hot pan with oil and butter until browned and crispy. Because I'll need enough for 10 people rather than the usual two, I plan on making them the day before so I can do it in batches. I also don't know if I'll have access to the stove or oven or if they'll be full with the rest of dinner. My question is, how can I reheat them without compromising the texture? Throw them in the microwave? Hope there's room for me to use the stove and quickly toss them in a hot pan?

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