Transporting food for the holidays can be a tricky job, especially if you’re flying solo to and from various places. However, with proper preparation, securing your food isn’t as hard as it seems. Check out these great ways to transport winter goodies this holiday season.
Hot casserole dishes aren’t easy to transport, especially if a passenger can’t take the heat on their lap. Placing it on the passenger floor isn’t a great solution either. It can be difficult to clean up if it tips over. A non-slip drawer liner or laundry basket in the trunk can be ideal solutions to get food to its destination safe and sound.
Slow cookers with lids are a great option for securely transporting food for the holidays. Unfortunately, slow cookers can cause major damage if they’re flung around the car in an accident. Stow it in the trunk for your own protection, and consider placing it in a box lined with towels to prevent movement if you stop quickly.
Of all the dishes that are difficult to transport, pie seems like the simplest, right? All you have to do is put it on the floor of the passenger seat and hit the road. Slick roads and other drivers could throw a wrench into your holiday dessert! Fortunately, safely transporting pie only requires some household items.
All you need is an extra pie tin and tinfoil. Simply take the extra pie tin and place it upside over the pie. Use tinfoil to secure the pie tins together. Place it in the trunk or on the passenger’s floor for safe keeping.
If your holiday dishes deserve a better mode of transport, contact the sales team at Two Rivers Ford.