|Thanks Mr. B!|
The point to this is that there are some products that we have around the house that we use and are marginally happy with but are just "making do". Take aluminum foil. I use it all the time. It is fine for what it's worth but nothing special. Stuff sticks to it, you can't use it on a lasagna because the cheese sticks to it and the tomato sauce's acid interacts with the aluminum foil making it taste metallic. Ugh! So then Reynolds (Wrap) puts out this new foil that is, as my sainted mother used to say, "Slicker'n snot on a doorknob". I LOVE this stuff. I use it all the time now. If you haven't tried it go and buy yourself some. Absolutely nothing sticks to it!
However the age old problem of the sticky, metallic lasagna remains. The cheese won't stick to it but you still need to put a piece of parchment paper between the casserole and the foil to keep it from getting funny-tasting. And what's the point of using the non-stick foil if you're just going to put a piece of parchment between the foil and the casserole?
Well... not any more!!! Presenting!!!
I know how silly you must think this is but I think it's great! Foil lined with parchment! Genius! We cooks know what a great idea this is.
Now if they could only make a foil that washes dishes and makes coffee.