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‘Aha Moment’ grilling with Reynolds® Foil 
 
Jun. 21, 2014 9:15 am 
Updated: Jun. 21, 2014 9:26 am
This month I was given a roll of Reynolds® foil.  This is something I already always keep in my house and use regularly.  It is such an awesome product that is so versatile!  I always use it to line baking trays while baking meat or potatoes, to cover dishes, to wrap up sandwiches or bread, to keep casseroles moist in the oven...there really are SO many uses that make cooking, baking and clean up after meals so much easier! 

I had never really used it while grilling before this month and I have since learned even more ways to use Reynolds® foil.  I recently prepared this recipe:  Grilled Salmon Greek Pitas  I grilled the salmon while it was wrapped in a foil packed I had made from Reynolds® foil.  The salmon turned out so great and moist and I didn't have to worry about it flaking down beneath the grill grates.  I also used Reynolds® foil to wrap up and heat the pitas on the grill.  This meal was absolutely delicious and I can definitely say it's something I'll be making again!

While reading up on Reynolds® foil, I also learned that you can even ball up some foil and use tongs to clean your grill grates!  I have yet to try that one out since the last meal I prepared on the grill was the pitas mentioned above and that was completely mess free, thanks to Reynolds®, but I will definitely be trying it the next time I use the grill! 
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Jun. 21, 2014 9:26 am
AlanaKadas, there are so many things you can do with Reynolds wrap! You can also make a foil pouch and grill veggies!
 
 
 
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Baking, Stir Frying, Slow Cooking, Asian, Mexican, Italian

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About Me
I have three little boys, two of which are very picky eaters, so I'm always trying to make things that they'll like. My family and I just moved back to Pennsylvania after my husband separated from the Navy. We were previously stationed in Charleston, South Carolina and before then, Norfolk, VA. I already miss all of the good food in Charleston! I love taking pictures of my kids, reading, making invitations and cards in photoshop, decorating our new home and I have just started to take up sewing.
My favorite things to cook
I LOVE to bake. Especially cupcakes and cake. I'm not much of a decorator, but I can make a delicious cake! My family enjoys a lot of pastas and stir frys. We also just got our first gas grill and I've been loving that! It's so much quicker than charcoal! =) I love to try new recipes. I'd say that I try something new at least once a week, if not more.
My favorite family cooking traditions
My mother is half Korean, and I love cooking with her. We usually make kimchi and Korean BBQ together for most of our family get togethers.
My cooking triumphs
I've become very proud of the fact that I can make cakes and cupcakes without any recipes now. I can just kind of throw things together, a lot of the time without measuring, even!
My cooking tragedies
In the past I've made many failed cakes that were too moist (no matter how long I put them back in the oven) or had those cakes that sink in the middle...just not pretty looking! And it's also always a tragedy to have to do the dishes after cooking! =)
 
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