waxed paper


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waxed paper

 (wăkst)
n.
Wax paper.

wax′ pa`per


n.
a whitish, translucent wrapping paper made moistureproof by a paraffin coating.
[1835–45]
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WHAT YOU NEED: 1 cup of wet, used coffee grounds 1/2 cup cold coffee 1/2 cup salt 1 cup flour Parchment or waxed paper WHAT TO DO: Mix the ingredients together with your hands, and add more flour if the dough is too sticky.
Then carefully melt old candles (or light the end of a stubby candle) and drip some wax on the tubes that have been placed on waxed paper or something that will protect your counter top.
5 cups) of water * metal teaspoon * 2 sheets of waxed paper at least 45 centimeters (18 inches) long * newspaper * dessert sprinkles * smock * safety goggles * permanent marker * mixing bowl * ruler
Once the icing is set, wrap 'em in waxed paper and place in small boxes.
Medium-sized bowl * 2 slices of white bread (with crusts removed) * 5 teaspoons craft glue * Waxed paper * 1 1/4 -inch pieces of jewelry wire, bent into U-shaped loops (let an adult do this) * Red craft paint * Black permanent marker * Ribbon or earring wires
Lightly butter sides and base of size 26 pan then sprinkle flour or use waxed paper on base.
Store or pack soft and crisp cookies separately with sheets of waxed paper in between layers.
Allow slices to dry on waxed paper for about five minutes, and then arrange, overlapping, on the cake or cupcakes.
Place apples on the parchment paper or buttered waxed paper and refrigerate until caramel is firm, about 5 minutes.
Place two playing cards faceup on waxed paper (to protect your work surface).
Placing a piece of waxed paper or plastic between a metal lid and the jar works too.