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  • adjective Suitable for reheating.

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Examples

  • Serves 4, half this recipe to get 1 dinner and 1 reheatable lunch!

    Recipe Request

  • The few food items sold in our exchange are similar: reheatable entrees, chips, canned meats, and squirtable cheeses.

    Laura Trice: A Letter From A Fan

  • She mails them menus, shops, then visits their kitchen once every few weeks, fixing 10 reheatable dinners for two.

    Have Garlic, Will Travel

  • If it doesn't come in a box and is reheatable in the microwave, silly yanks just don't do it.

    America: Please Make More Pies.

  • Asked what's big with Tupperware users this time of year, Smith pointed to divided reheatable plates that can keep the mashed potatoes out of the turkey, round storage containers that can hold a whole pie or any of its parts, and stackable containers that save refrigerator space.

    chicagotribune.com - News

  • The prices of the reheatable dinners are $11.99 for one, or two for $21.99.

    journal-news.com - News

  • The prices of the reheatable dinners are $11.99 for one, or two for $21.99.

    journal-news.com - News

  • Partly out of guilt and partly out of genuine generosity, Ed makes good reheatable dinners and brings them over on the weekends so Ginger and Wally can heat them up through the week and don’t have to worry about cooking supper.

    Sufficient Grace

  • Partly out of guilt and partly out of genuine generosity, Ed makes good reheatable dinners and brings them over on the weekends so Ginger and Wally can heat them up through the week and don’t have to worry about cooking supper.

    Sufficient Grace

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