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    This weekend I and going to an event for my daughter's team and we are providing the hospitality tent with food. It's brunch time so I need something that can be made in advance and eaten warm, but not hot. I have recipes for breakfast casseroles but they get cold too fast and then rubbery. Any suggestions are welcome. Thanks!
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    Shit, crustless quiches! But that could get cold... fresh fruit. Potato veggie hash. What are yall working with warmer wise? Crock pot soup? Fuck.
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    We will have a few warming trays but they are not bringing the big grill we usually have at the regattas. I'll shop once I get to town and can then cook it at my daughter's house. I'm thinking maybe breakfast burritos. I can do some with turkey sausage, some with bacon, and some veggie with and w/o eggs since there are several vegetarians. But, if I cook them, and then wrap in foil, will they stay warm for 1-2 hours?
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    there are lots of breakfast ramen recipes online too. that's like a soup but more consistent so it would be good for keeping people warm too.
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    I'm not sure if they'll stay warm for 1-2 hours in foil by itself, but if you wrap them in foil and put them in an insulated bag or cooler, they might. I might also do some muffins or scones because they don't have to be kept warm and they're easy to serve.
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    Kedgeree. Dozens of variations but the basic is:

    Boiled rice
    Chopped smoked fish (swap for ham?)
    Chopped spring/scallion/green onions
    MILD spices/flavourings like turmeric (or mild curry powder if you want to be more authentic) and
    Chopped hard boiled eggs all mixed up in a big pot/pan with butter, salt and pepper
    Maybe some frozen peas or chopped parsley for a bit of greenery

    Cheap, healthy and easy to make in advance in tinfoil trays - in fact it tastes better the next day - and then warm through on the grill when required.
    Only problem is it's not finger food but for a big group we used paper beakers/cups instead of plates and plastic spoons so no washing up.
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    Pick up some field roast for the veggies, in fact I would use it instead of meat sausage unless someone has a gluten allergy. Make a mix of field roast, potato and veggie hash. Also have some scrambles eggs for taco filling. You can use a camp stove to heat tortillas?
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    I might make that for home but I will not have a grill there to warm anything.
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    oatmeal is yummy too. you could make the oatmeal in advance and keep it in big thermoses. and then set out tupperwares with all kinds of dry ingredients they can each put into their cups - dried fruit, nuts, brown sugar, honey, etc.
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    Will you have access to electrical cords? There are many crock pot recipes I have for over night breakfast dishes.

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    No electricity at the river. I just can't believe we won't have the big grill like we normally do. I have a small portable gas grill I use at tailgates. I may take it.
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    Can't you just make a load of sandwiches or is the team brunch part of the competition? LOL
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    I think the burrito idea is a great one. I take my breakfast (wrap) and lunch (toasted sandwich or roll) to work wrapped in foil and from the time I take them off the grill press to the time I eat my wrap is at least an hour and sometimes I almost burn my tongue on the tomato, so if they're well insulated like SB suggested they'll at the very least stay warm.
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    go with the burrito/taco idea. if you pack them in a cooler and keep it closed, they WILL stay warm.
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    Bagels, variety of cream cheeses and fruit. Viola walla breakfast/brunch.
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