cool bag

cool bag

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cool box

n
(Cookery) an insulated container used to keep food cool on picnics, to carry frozen food, etc
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Make up enough bottles for the day and keep them in a cool bag.
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She carried a bright red Prada handbag and a cool bag, as she walked around the paddock with the 32-year-old McLaren driver.
They've also worked with TommeeTippee to offer a handy weaning starter kit, which includes spoons, food pots, a bib, splat mat and a range of Cow and Gate baby foods, all presented in a handy cool bag for a cost of [pounds sterling]15 including delivery.
uk) You''ll be spoilt for choice when it comes to cool bag selections, but if you go for the false economy options, you''ll be likely to only get a handful of trips at best.
Pack meat sandwiches in a cool bag if there's no staff fridge at work.
uk/how-to Here is a low-fat healthy picnic - keep it in a cool bag Wholemeal wraps filled with lean meats (turkey, ham, chicken or beef) with salad, which could include lettuce, tomatoes, sweetcorn, red onion, cucumber and peppers, you could also add a small amount of low-fat cheese for extra taste.
Just remember to be careful: Leave food in the fridge until the last possible minute, then transfer to a cool bag or cool box and keep it chilled until you're ready to eat.
That vinyl would make a really cool bag," she thought.
One-litre bottles will come with a free jug and six-packs of pre-mixed cans will come with a free cool bag.