butcher paper


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butcher paper

n.
Sturdy paper manufactured in large rolls, often used by butchers for wrapping meat and in schools for art projects.
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Noun1.butcher paper - a strong wrapping paper that resists penetration by blood or meat fluidsbutcher paper - a strong wrapping paper that resists penetration by blood or meat fluids
wrapping paper - a tough paper used for wrapping
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When they are all completed, we take the sculptures outside and lay them on a large piece of butcher paper. The kids then spray them with gold or black spray paint ...
Cover the work tables with butcher paper for easier cleanup.
Opened by Jeff and Janet Olsson in 2013, it's where the cool kids dine: a funky warehouse with two pizza ovens, edgy poster art, and a risk-taking menu written on hanging butcher paper. Think foraged gooseneck barnacles, oven-charred rockfish, and pressed pig's ear terrines.
"In general, our competitors either wrap in butcher paper or use a flow-wrapper."
For ground meat, burgers, and sausage, wrap individual pounds in plastic wrap and butcher paper. Industrial rolls of Cling Wrap can be purchased at membership wholesale stores and elsewhere.
Obviously, the gloves either need to be clean or use paper towels (or butcher paper) so they don't contact the food.
Butcher paper, sticky notes, colored pens, and catering help keep everyone lively and engaged, and the result is well worth the effort.
The only adult option on the market until now has been plain brown butcher paper that is used as a tablecloth.
heart in white butcher paper. Together we unwrap the rust-colored lump,
Butcher paper tops the tables in the two-story space, which has two small bars and a lounge in addition to 88 table seats.
Schwartz changed agents and wrote out 31 two-to-three-sentence story ideas on a long roll of butcher paper he tacked up in his office and brought the roll into his next meeting.