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By ERICA MARCUS and ERICA MARCUS,NEWSDAY | November 23, 2005
Can I use wax paper instead of parchment paper when baking? Wax paper is paper that has been impregnated and coated with food-grade paraffin to make it stronger and more moisture-resistant than untreated paper. The Web site of Reynolds Consumer Products, maker of Cut-Rite wax paper, states that wax paper can be used in the oven as long as it never is exposed directly to heat. This means you can use it to line pans when you are baking cakes, brownies or muffins. For cookies, or anything else where the paper will be exposed to direct heat, you will need to use parchment paper.
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By Sam Sessa and Sam Sessa,Sun reporter | August 29, 2007
Taneytown Deli & Sandwich Shoppe Garden Restaurant and Lounge 1501 Light St., Baltimore -- 410-685-9408 Hours --4 a.m.-4 p.m. Mondays-Saturdays; 6 a.m.-2 p.m. Sundays Restaurant's estimate --not long Ready in --4 minutes Too much mayonnaise and greasy bacon made this sandwich, $4.73, a big mess. It leaked through the wax paper and the paper bag. A small bag of Utz potato chips came on the side. Know of a good carryout place? Let us hear about it. Write to sam.sessa@baltsun.com.
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By Irene Sax and Irene Sax,NEWSDAY Los Angeles Times News Service | June 19, 1996
Jean Anderson uses so much wax paper that she thinks she should buy stock in the company. Anderson, a busy cookbook author, spends long days in the kitchen testing recipes, and RTC there's usually wax paper somewhere about.She covers the counter with it. ("When I'm done I just roll everything up and put it in the garbage. No mess.") She sifts, grates and measures onto it. ("So much easier than bowls, and there's nothing to wash.") She butcher-wraps chopped parsley and lemon zest in it. ("It lets them breathe, while in cling wrap they'd get all slimy."
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By ERICA MARCUS and ERICA MARCUS,NEWSDAY | November 23, 2005
Can I use wax paper instead of parchment paper when baking? Wax paper is paper that has been impregnated and coated with food-grade paraffin to make it stronger and more moisture-resistant than untreated paper. The Web site of Reynolds Consumer Products, maker of Cut-Rite wax paper, states that wax paper can be used in the oven as long as it never is exposed directly to heat. This means you can use it to line pans when you are baking cakes, brownies or muffins. For cookies, or anything else where the paper will be exposed to direct heat, you will need to use parchment paper.
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By Arthur Hirsch and Arthur Hirsch,SUN STAFF | May 11, 1997
What a dark time it was in the American kitchen: 1926, a year before the dawn of the Age of Convenient Wrapping.There was butcher paper, a waxed paper available in sheets from the meat market, but little else was available to protect food from spoiling in a sea of air and ambient smells. No Baggies. No Saran Wrap, Ziplocs, Reynolds Oven Bags or Hefty OneZips. No Reynolds Wrap. Not even Cut-Rite Wax Paper in the box with the serrated metal cutting edge -- wax paper as handy as water from a kitchen sink.
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By Sam Sessa and Sam Sessa,Sun reporter | August 29, 2007
Taneytown Deli & Sandwich Shoppe Garden Restaurant and Lounge 1501 Light St., Baltimore -- 410-685-9408 Hours --4 a.m.-4 p.m. Mondays-Saturdays; 6 a.m.-2 p.m. Sundays Restaurant's estimate --not long Ready in --4 minutes Too much mayonnaise and greasy bacon made this sandwich, $4.73, a big mess. It leaked through the wax paper and the paper bag. A small bag of Utz potato chips came on the side. Know of a good carryout place? Let us hear about it. Write to sam.sessa@baltsun.com.
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By Rita Calvert and Rita Calvert,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | February 19, 1997
Even the most divine restaurant dishes can be simple inpreparation, as Patrick O'Connell demonstrates in his recent cookbook, "The Inn At Little Washington" (Random House, $50). This trout recipe is served for breakfast at the inn but works well for a homey dinner. A few additional tips have been added to make the job a bit simpler for folks at home. Try some fresh steamed seasonal vegetables to serve with the trout and potatoes.For dessert, soften one quart of vanilla ice cream and fold in 1 tablespoon chopped, crystallized ginger and 4 crushed ginger-snap cookies.
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By Gail Forman | April 21, 1991
Rarely do we receive an invitation to a party that we find tantalizing in anticipation, sumptuous in actuality and lip-smacking in memory. Cocktail parties seem tedious, dinner parties boring and brunches tiresome. But a summons to a dessert party is a compelling date with sybaritism.For the host, a dessert party eliminates the problems of the typical buffet. Desserts, carefully planned, are unaffected by temperature and standing time. Punch and champagne enhance sweets, and coffee or tea tempt guests away from alcohol.
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By Sherrie Clinton and Sherrie Clinton,Evening Sun Staff | July 24, 1991
This dish is sure to be a hit with busy people. The recipe, from the National Broiler Council, uses skinless, boneless chicken breasts and the microwave to create a fast, delicious recipe.Deluxe Chicken Breasts 4 boneless, skinless chicken breasts, halved3 tablespoons bottled microwave browning sauce1 teaspoon seasoned salt, divided1/2 teaspoon coarsely ground pepper, divided1 cup nonfat plain yogurt1 teaspoon grated onion1 teaspoon prepared mustardBrush chicken with browning sauce and arrange on rack around outside edges of circular microwave dish.
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By Dolly Merritt | May 7, 1994
Around the house* When separating eggs, use a small aluminum funnel. Place funnel over measuring cup and break the egg into it. The yolk will remain while the white part slides through the stem into the cup.* Seal small holes in window screens with clear cement glue. The repair will be almost invisible.* Sweep up pet hair with a broom that has been dampened with water. Hair will cling to moisture.* Avoid messy cleanups from painting jobs. Line roller tray with a plastic bag before pouring in paint.
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By Arthur Hirsch and Arthur Hirsch,SUN STAFF | May 11, 1997
What a dark time it was in the American kitchen: 1926, a year before the dawn of the Age of Convenient Wrapping.There was butcher paper, a waxed paper available in sheets from the meat market, but little else was available to protect food from spoiling in a sea of air and ambient smells. No Baggies. No Saran Wrap, Ziplocs, Reynolds Oven Bags or Hefty OneZips. No Reynolds Wrap. Not even Cut-Rite Wax Paper in the box with the serrated metal cutting edge -- wax paper as handy as water from a kitchen sink.
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By Rita Calvert and Rita Calvert,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | February 19, 1997
Even the most divine restaurant dishes can be simple inpreparation, as Patrick O'Connell demonstrates in his recent cookbook, "The Inn At Little Washington" (Random House, $50). This trout recipe is served for breakfast at the inn but works well for a homey dinner. A few additional tips have been added to make the job a bit simpler for folks at home. Try some fresh steamed seasonal vegetables to serve with the trout and potatoes.For dessert, soften one quart of vanilla ice cream and fold in 1 tablespoon chopped, crystallized ginger and 4 crushed ginger-snap cookies.
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By Irene Sax and Irene Sax,NEWSDAY Los Angeles Times News Service | June 19, 1996
Jean Anderson uses so much wax paper that she thinks she should buy stock in the company. Anderson, a busy cookbook author, spends long days in the kitchen testing recipes, and RTC there's usually wax paper somewhere about.She covers the counter with it. ("When I'm done I just roll everything up and put it in the garbage. No mess.") She sifts, grates and measures onto it. ("So much easier than bowls, and there's nothing to wash.") She butcher-wraps chopped parsley and lemon zest in it. ("It lets them breathe, while in cling wrap they'd get all slimy."
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By Gail Forman | April 21, 1991
Rarely do we receive an invitation to a party that we find tantalizing in anticipation, sumptuous in actuality and lip-smacking in memory. Cocktail parties seem tedious, dinner parties boring and brunches tiresome. But a summons to a dessert party is a compelling date with sybaritism.For the host, a dessert party eliminates the problems of the typical buffet. Desserts, carefully planned, are unaffected by temperature and standing time. Punch and champagne enhance sweets, and coffee or tea tempt guests away from alcohol.
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By Dolly Merritt | May 25, 1996
Around the houseUse lemon oil polish on furniture. Silicone-based polishes break down and soften the finish.Avoid yearly housecleaning tasks. Try cleaning one room at a time on a rotational basis.When buying a window air conditioner for a south or west window, be sure it has an extra 1,000 Btu. The sun will put an extra strain on the unit.Sprinkle salt onto oven spills right away. Cleanup will be easier.Looking for wall studs before hanging a picture? Run an electric razor along the wall to determine where the studs are. The buzzer's tone will change when it hits a solid surface.
NEWS
January 30, 1996
A Denton man charged Saturday with unlawful use of a motor vehicle also was charged with drug possession after police found a small bag in his hand containing what later tested positive for cocaine and heroin, county police said.Roderick William Stallings, 28, of the 300 block of Fleetwood Road in Denton was putting his shoes on before being taken to a District Court commissioner's office for a hearing on the auto charges about 8:30 p.m. when a police aide discovered the drugs, police said.
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