waxed paper


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waxed paper

[′wakst ′pā·pər]
(materials)
Paper that is treated or coated with wax to make it waterproof and greaseproof; used for wrapping.
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Try ice cube trays, candy molds, silicone baking forms, old yogurt containers, waxed paper cups, or aluminum cake pans.
To prevent wrinkles or jamming the printer, tape the waxed paper smoothly to a sheet of printer paper at the top.
Lay a sheet of waxed paper on top of the newspaper.
WHEN painting, put a disc of waxed paper, film or foil over your tin of paint to prevent a skin forming.
The candy will lose its glossy color and become cloudy Lay out a long strip of waxed paper on a work surface and moisten with a damp towel.
The team's most esoteric equipment, though, is the waxed paper sandwich bag, which has practically been driven to extinction by the plastic bag.
Line the top with waxed paper or plastic wrap to prevent rust if your jar has a metal lid.
Allow slices to dry on waxed paper for about five minutes, and then arrange, overlapping, on the cake or cupcakes.
This option allows for individual pre-cut sheets of waxed paper to be placed under each patty for either fresh or frozen applications.
Materials: Newspapers or other table protection; .25 pound (115 g) of Celluclay or real papier-mache; a bowl; water; a spoon; two sheets of waxed paper or plastic wrap, each about 18 inches (45 cm) long; a rolling pin or large, smooth glass jar; a disposable plastic drinking cup with mouth wider than base; scissors; 500 ml (1 pint) plastic water bottle with flat, round cap; and several inches (approximately 10 cm) of aluminum foil.