About transporting soup

(15 Posts)
WendyWithers Wed 13-Apr-16 14:58:28

I've been asked to supply some homemade soup for 8 to 10 people after a sporting/social event. I'm more than happy to do this but have no idea how to transport it (about 40 miles) - can hardly put it in a big saucepan and cover with foil.

AIBU to ask what sort of containers people use ?

MunchMunch Wed 13-Apr-16 14:59:55

Tupperware containers

TimeToMuskUp Wed 13-Apr-16 14:59:57

I'd put it into one of those giant tupperware things with the clip-on lids and perhaps some cling film around the top to seal it completely.

TimeToMuskUp Wed 13-Apr-16 15:00:16

Ooh, great minds Munch

WonkoTheSane42 Wed 13-Apr-16 15:00:35

8-10 people's worth? A couple of empty ice cream tubs.

whois Wed 13-Apr-16 15:01:02

I probably could do it in my biggest saucepan and deal with cling film and foil and wedge securely on the floor in the back.

CMOTDibbler Wed 13-Apr-16 15:01:22

Giant tupperware - usually used as a cake box in this house

MissBeaHaving Wed 13-Apr-16 15:01:49

Years ago everyone in our family had flasks,I never see them now but they'd be ideal if you could find some.

HirplesWithHaggis Wed 13-Apr-16 15:01:51

Freeze it in a lidded plastic container, thaw in pan on low heat at venue.

MissBeaHaving Wed 13-Apr-16 15:03:49

Oooh how out of touch I am...confusedApparently now called airpots!

Giant Pump Action Airpot 5 litre capacity. https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B001MX9D6G/ref=cmsww_rcpp_awd_5fLdxb2DKEX8G

NynaevesSister Wed 13-Apr-16 15:05:10

I have a 2.5L thermos jug. Do you have to keep it hot? If you do and don't have a thermos I have found that the insulated shopping bags Sainsburys sell - the ones with the Velcro tops - are great for that.

NeedMoreSleepOrSugar Wed 13-Apr-16 15:10:00

Do you have to heat it when you get there? If not, big tuppaware (cake box). If so - slow cooker is really handy for this

Junosmum Wed 13-Apr-16 16:13:20

2 Litre bottles - the cheapo ones table water comes in from tesco will do. Then reheat on arrival in a pan.

WendyWithers Wed 13-Apr-16 16:50:26

No, don't need to keep it hot.
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Thanks for the suggestions

Inertia Wed 13-Apr-16 18:58:38

Big lock&lock plastic box.

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