Originally Posted by Hilary1220
I will be making Irish soda bread for a meeting of approximately 50 bikers, ages 7 through 70, and we do not have access to a microwave or an oven to reheat the bread...
I use a cooler and an old 2-quart(ish) juice bottle to keep foods cold when we travel or when I shop during warm weather. You might be able to convert this idea to keeping bread warm.
I'm going to guess that you'll be baking the bread the day before? If so, warm the bread loaves in the oven. I would wrap in foil before heating, but you could probably wrap in foil or plastic wrap after heating. Meanwhile, preheat a cooler with boiling water, drain, and wipe dry. Put the bread into the cooler along with a couple bottles full of hot water. This might work for you. If you have time, you could do a test with any warm baked good.