Transporting In 100+ Degrees

Decorating By cmeventcoordinator Updated 14 Jul 2010 , 11:53pm by Toptier

cmeventcoordinator Posted 14 Jul 2010 , 11:24pm
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I live in a HOT climate. We're talking 110 degrees EASY. I have some large metal freezer plates at the moment that I use for transporting cakes around town to try to help keep them cool. A refridgerated truck is not a possibility at the moment unless someone wants to donate one to me icon_smile.gif. Any other suggestions on how to transport large cakes that don't fin in coolers to their desitnation with out having them melt before I get there?

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Toptier Posted 14 Jul 2010 , 11:53pm
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What about getting a LARGE cardboard box and lining the inside of the whole thing with 1" (or thicker) foam insulation that you can buy in sheets at home improvement stores? Perhaps also placing some cool gel packs in the corners?

OR - maybe you can buy an "undercounter" refrigerator that will fit in the back of your car/van and get one of those plug adapters so that you can plug that in when you drive? Probably wouldn't work for big cakes but maybe the small ones.

Thinking cool thoughts for you!

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