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Fill your serving cups with hot water to keep them warm while you prepare the drink.
Water changes states depending on its temperature—it evaporates when it’s hot, goes back to its liquid state when it cools, and, of course, you’ve heard of ice.
Leave the potatoes in the foil and tuck them into hot coals.
Richard Nixon is president, bell-bottoms are a hot new look, and Simon & Garfunkel is playing on everyone’s radios.
During the interview, Filippi was preparing for a race on a searing-hot track in Berlin in the middle of a heat wave.
In terms of alcohol, the national firewater is the sugarcane-based guaro, which is sometimes mixed with tomato juice, lime juice, and hot sauce for the shot-sized chiliguaro.
She recommends a daily wash in water at 60° to 90° Celsius, far hotter than anyone could stand to hand-wash.
Hydro Flask will serve up a hot coffee on the chairlift ride.
In general, the more capsaicin a pepper has, the hotter it tastes.
Some campers put hot water in Nalgene bottles and toss those in their bags, but a proper rubber hot water bottle is less likely to leak.

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