Wednesday, April 12, 2017

How to keep food "piping hot" on your plate

OK, to begin with, obviously you need a HotSmart Plate and to follow these - slightly different - instructions, but first let me tell you my first reaction to one of our customer demands: "Darn people you can never keep them satisfied" (my thoughts). I invented the only plate in the world that stays hot 30 minutes and all it needs is one minute microwaving, on top of that you can handle it with your bare hands, it has a delay action to avoid overcooking/overheating the food and this guy now wants the food to remain "piping hot"?. I was tempted to tell him to go... eat by the stove directly from the frying pan but I don't think would have found that very funny (just kidding, I also like it real hot).  Click image below:


There is nothing wrong with being demanding, by the way: when are you going to start demanding restaurants for a keep hot plate (A HotSmart)? When are you going to start demanding "Keep Hot Plates" from the large companies who said that what I invented was impossible to manufacture?

After coming back from therapy ha ha (frustration, depression, "desperation" etc. take a toll on me) I came up with this, you wise guy (You know who you are). just kidding again, the challenge was good; Anyway, to keep food piping hot do the following:

  • Preheat a HotSmart Plate only 30 seconds (not a minute).
  • Serve the food on the HotSmart
  • Heat up the food on the HotSmart until it is "piping hot" monitoring very often and turning the food (this will work even if the food was in the refrigerator)
  • The food will be "piping hot" and served on a piping hot plate

My wife is out of town, so I tried this procedure several times with prepared food from the refrigerator. It works, don't tell me otherwise. It does work!

Many people call HotSmarts a Godsend for elderly or sick parents or friends. Others simply like to enjoy hot food.  Please RT!

For "piping hot" see below and click image for more information:

For most people this works fine (see below), it has been working for years but I might go to the piping hot method which I loved:
(Thanks for the feedback dude)

Please don't forget to RT!