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post #16 of 47
I had NO idea..........thanks for all of the info and the laughs!
post #17 of 47
Parchment paper is the best. I roll between the papers. This is what I do

I roll out my cookies between sheets of parchment papers.

I cut my shapes and slide the whole thing onto a cookie sheet that I place in the freezer.

I do this over and over again like 10 to 15 times, then before they freeze too hard I remove the cut outs and place them onto clean parchment paper that I place on the next set of Cookie sheets.

I then put everything back into the freezer.

I come back the next day and just start baking. I put about 4 sheets of parchment paper with my frozen cut out cookies on my now clean cookies sheets and bake.

So I get through several dozen cookies in one 1/2 day.

I then roll the cleaner parchment papers and stick them into the fridge ( they have some residual grease from the butter so I keep them refrigerated)

They are already greased so they get used for my other baking.

I also do paper cones for decorating, pattern and all kinds of things with my parchment, I even lay them down on my work tables to keep them clean.

I just started to roll small amounts of fondant on them too.
post #18 of 47
Yep, thems the ones, 18x26. Did I mention I love GFS now? icon_smile.gif

I use them as a base on my counter when I'm coloring fondant. I cut them in half and roll my dough between them. I pretty much do everything but bake with them. icon_smile.gif I will probably start baking with them when I do drop cookies, but my sugar cookies come off my baking sheets just fine, no sticking (Wilton sheets, probably the only thing of Wilton's that I actually like!).
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post #19 of 47
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Looks like I should get some parchment! icon_biggrin.gif
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post #20 of 47
Someone else mentioned this problem on another post but I'm not sure where-- I freeze my dough cut-outs on one sheet of parchment & one on the top. When I put the next sheet of cut-outs on top of that, the sheets all stick to each other. I have destroyed many a cut-out trying to get them off the parchment. What am I doing wrong??
post #21 of 47
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Originally Posted by tljkids

Someone else mentioned this problem on another post but I'm not sure where-- I freeze my dough cut-outs on one sheet of parchment & one on the top. When I put the next sheet of cut-outs on top of that, the sheets all stick to each other. I have destroyed many a cut-out trying to get them off the parchment. What am I doing wrong??



I think I mentioned it in this post, lol! I have the same problem. They stick together even though there is a sheet of parchment between them! I don't get it. icon_cry.gif
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post #22 of 47
DH and I do a volunteer vacation each year where we get to stay on St John, USVI, for free in exchange for working around the camp for 4 hours each day. My job is usually cooking desserts and cookies for college students staying at the camp. This year I took a stack of parchment sheets with me to use on the cookie pans. I loaned some to the breakfast crew to line the pans they were using to cook bacon. By the end of the week, parchment paper was on the camp shopping list - savings in clean-up time were well worth the cost of the paper - I love that stuff!
post #23 of 47
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Originally Posted by rhondab

.... savings in clean-up time were well worth the cost of the paper - I love that stuff!



I buy mine at a local restaurant supply place. 1000 sheets of the 18x26 sheets for around $18. That's less than 2 cents per sheet. WELL worth the price.
post #24 of 47
Correction .... I looked at the wrong line on my spreadsheet. icon_redface.gif I pay just under $40 for these sheets. Still a great deal!!
post #25 of 47
What's GFS and where can I get a cookie scoop? What size do you reccommend for choc chip?
post #26 of 47
I love GFS ! Gordens food service ! ( restaurant supply !)
post #27 of 47
http://www.gfsmarketplace.com/

and they have stores in canada: http://gfscanada.com/

I use a #24 scoop for all of my cookies. Not small but yet not too big either.
post #28 of 47
indydebi.. You will get a laugh out of this ! I was in mrs b,s today and Marsha was there, in her cast ( type thing ) from her surgery, anyway she was helping a customer locate some items in the store and the lady says to Marsha You know the owner.. ( girl at counter .. Bethany ) shouLd give you commision for knowing where everything is and being so helpful in here ! LOL! Marsha couldnt wait for her to leave, and burst out laughing !
post #29 of 47
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Originally Posted by fiddlesticks

indydebi.. You will get a laugh out of this ! I was in mrs b,s today and Marsha was there, in her cast ( type thing ) from her surgery, anyway she was helping a customer locate some items in the store and the lady says to Marsha You know the owner.. ( girl at counter .. Bethany ) shouLd give you commision for knowing where everything is and being so helpful in here ! LOL! Marsha couldnt wait for her to leave, and burst out laughing !



Oh, nuh-uh!!! There will be none of this exclusionary, pointing out you live close together, making the rest of us jealous crap!!! icon_razz.gif You guys are just mean!!

And Debi, even at 4 cents a sheet, SO worth it!! I wish I had better stores around here. I'm going to plan a trip to Indy (scheduled when you have one of those monstrous "Come taste everything I make" shows) and you're going to have to outline all the cool stores I need to go to! I'm going to bring my van (empty) and as much money as one can scrape together!! (I'll sleep in the van to save $$ for more cake stuff! Hehehe)
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post #30 of 47
I miss GFS. They do not have them in Texas. I will have to stop by when I am in Michigan this summer.

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