I know someone else have to be having this problem. I want to know if anyone have any ideas on how I can keep my husband's food warm while he eats? My husband has Parkinson's and he eats very slowly. He can't eat fast because he might choke. The problem is that he eats so slow that before he can finish eating his food is always cold. I have reheated it in the microwave only for it to be cold again before he finishes. I have even used the pot warmer things that you heat in microwave and place dish in, that's temporary in keeping food warm too. I would appreciate any advice. Thanks
I did find this.
Maybe you can find a baby dish where u put hot water in it.
:) dear sylvia, hugs!! wishing you and your husband well!!...regarding warm food, what about those chinese heating things, they have on the table in restaurants? the dishes are on top of the heater, keeping the food warm the whole time while you eat.
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My mom never minded eating her food if it cooled off a bit. In fact, she would tell me not to reheat it if I asked.
She doesn’t like her food piping hot. She always let it sit a minute before eating it.
Same if she knew that I was heating up food. She asked me not to make it too hot.
Is he complaining about it being cold? Some food is perfectly tasty at room temperature.
I like the idea of a warming plate in the previous post. Look on Amazon or a catalog that specializes in senior products. I know that there are special utensils for Parkinson’s patients. I haven’t noticed a warming plate but I have never looked for one.
Best wishes to you and your family.