Tinfoil can be your biggest kitchen ally and short cut if you know how to use it. Inexpensive and completely versatile, tinfoil can help you get from point a to point b faster than any other kitchen tool around.
I always have a roll in my kitchen drawer, and it's usually of the heavy duty variety because you can use it for more things. Here are just a few ideas of how to make tinfoil work for you:
Line the bottom of your oven to catch drips and overflows.
Wrap around piecrusts to keep from burning.
Line product drawers in refrigerator for more sanitary conditions.
Fashion into a funnel for putting dressings and other liquids back into jars.
Line baking sheets and glassware for no mess clean ups.
Use on top of grill for cooking delicate fishes, veggies or pizza.
Use a balled up piece of tinfoil to clean stubborn pots and pans.
Use for packet cooking in the oven.
Moms, how do you use tinfoil in your kitchen?