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Thank you very much! Here in Pennsylvania there are a few supermarket chains like Weis and Giant that routinely have sales of 3 packages for $6, so I stock up, as well. Granted, it's usually for the store-brand at that price point, but I've tried higher end brands with very similar results. If you have an Aldi nearby, I recommend their sliced cheese, as well. It's usually $2 or under, and surprisingly decent quality.
Thank you for the compliment, and please forgive me for not mentioning where to find parchment paper in my 'ible! I didn't realize it went by other names in different regions, but thankfully the other commenters stepped in to help. I hope you were able to find some so you can try these. :-)
Thank you so much, I'm glad you enjoyed them! I've been there with the single giant crisp, too. When I first began trying to replicate the little store-bought crisps, I would tear the slices into quarters for mini-crisps. They were good, but the time had to be adjusted to prevent overcooking the smaller pieces. This is how the single slice crisp was born!
Oh yes, that's a great way to clean a number of surfaces without the use of harsh chemicals. It works just as well for cleaning counter tops, tubs and sinks without too much elbow-grease involved. :-)
Thanks for the tip, I'll have to try it out!
This made me smile. It looks like it would be both fun and relaxing to make. The photo of the tile "baking tray" in the oven is adorable, and I love the tiny grapes. I could see these as magnets or ornaments. Very nice job!
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Why, thank you very much! Unglamorous though it may be, the microwave tends to be the quickest and most reliable appliance for the job. (Many a cheese slice have been sacrificed to my oven to draw this conclusion.)
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