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November 17, 2012 7:48 AM

The Grapevine (Nov. 17)

Thank Martha Stewart … for Martha Wrap. It marries parchment paper and foil — “aluminum insulates, parchment protects” — which gives you the nonstick properties of the parchment and the crimp qualities of foil, and the easy clean of both, which is a plus during this busy baking-cooking season. It’s oven- and freezer-safe, and we liked how it worked roasting fish en papillote and lining cupcake pans for fruit-rich (read: sticky) muffins. It’s $6 for a 40-foot roll. At shop.marthastewart.com, among other places. (See reviews at Amazon.com for how not to use it.)

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