Originally posted by WaterburyBob: Well, if my soup isn't too hot to pick up the bowl, I consider it "cold". I always put my soup bowl on top of a plate in the microwave so I can pick it up by the edges of the plate.
I heat my soup in a ceramic pot with a handle, and then transfer it to a bowl (on a plate).
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Originally posted by Orguss: Why would I put soup in the microwave if I wanted it cold?
My answer is I don't have the first damn clue. Maybe he was a premature opener and never waited for hot soup. And maybe he didn't have any friends. I'm an educated man, but I'm afraid I can't speak intelligently about the microwave habits of Postman Orguss. What I do know is that he was set to leave the office at 0900. Now, are these the questions I was really called here to answer? Microwaves and cold soup? Please tell me that you have something more, Lieutenant. This purveyor of fine avatars is on trial for his life. Please tell me their lawyer hasn't pinned their hopes to cold soup coming out of a microwave.
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I feel like you keep trying to be funny and aren't quite achieving that goal.
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