Why don't they serve soup, in a restaurant, over a candle, so it stays hot?
- 1 month agoFavorite Answer
It's best to serve it in a bowl Carol.
- PronkLv 74 weeks ago
That makes Zippo sense..🤔
- Weasel McWeaselLv 74 weeks ago
pretty sure that would get the fire marshals all fired up.
- Laughing BOYLv 74 weeks ago
They SERVE mine FRESH in a CAN......😂😂😂😂
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- JackolanternLv 74 weeks ago
Wow man, that would be wicked, man!
- Big KahunaLv 71 month ago
It wakes up the clam in the Clam Chowder.
- RRLv 71 month ago
I have an even better idea. They should light the candle too!
- ChristopherLv 61 month ago
That might make the customers reach boiling point. Especially if it recooks the soup!
- 1 month ago
I order my chicken noodle with toast. 1 minute later it arrives, contained in a large cauldron being wheeled by 3 men to my table. They add in the pepper and I say when. The three men lift it together and place it in front of me. The cauldron is suspended in the air by supports, it is so tall that I can no longer see my wretched wife across from me(good riddance).
Then, underneath the cauldron they light a candle. My soup stays at a perfect 135º Fahrenheit.
This would be the ultimate restaurant experience like if you agree
- Bone AloneLv 71 month ago
Do you know how many candles it’ll take to keep the soup hot. Candles do not produce that much heat, at least enough to keep a pot hot.