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Reynolds Parchment Paper

White high density baking paper

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A Quick Tip by badbonz007

  • Jan 20, 2010
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This will make you baking look like a proffessional did it.
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review by . January 20, 2010
   Since, I am a stay at home dad I usually try and do the cooking and baking and since my wife has a cooking background as a sue-chef she has taught me a lot of cooking ideas. One of them is using this Parchment paper by Reynolds; we found this at our local grocery store for only three dollars for a thirty square foot roll. If you are having a hard time finding this product, I found that the best place to look is right next to the aluminum foil. I have seen that there has been a big shift …
Quick Tip by . April 27, 2010
A much better, less toxic alternative to aluminum foil! Great for baking cookies and lining pans for roasting. Just don't go above 420°F!
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  • High quality, nonstick paper that is ovenproof up to 420 degrees
  • Excellent for baking cookies, cakes, breads, pizza, fish or chicken en papillote, and making candy or frozen desserts
  • Works great when used to cover foods in the microwave oven
  • Professional bakers and cooks have been using it for years
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