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In Reply to: Ribs in a cooler question posted by New2Q on February 04, 2012 at 04:16:54:
If you're trying to keep ribs warm in a cooler, you could also add some heat to the cooler (as a 'heat sink'?) but layering the bottom of the cooler with some aluminum foil wrapped bricks that have been heated either in a 200 (max) degree oven or heated in boiling water.
Heating the bricks to 212 or less will insure that the bricks don't melt the plastic cooler.
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