tin foil


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Synonyms for tin foil

foil made of tin or an alloy of tin and lead

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Hotel guests wearing pyjamas and dressing gowns were given tin foil blankets to keep warm as firefighters used two jets to extinguish the flames.
Place the lamb onto a serving platter, cover with tin foil and leave to rest while you make the gravy.
"He had been wrapped in tin foil and passers-by had given him their coats to keep him warm.
The police also found two unopened sachets containing a still undetermined substance, a lighter and tin foil were found on a table inside the room.
Wrap the baguette in tin foil, place on a tray and bake for 5-6 mins, then peel back foil and cook for further 4-5 mins.
They named it Feline Audiogenic Reflex Seizures (FARS), a condition triggered by high-pitched sounds such as crinkling tin foil and clanging metal spoons.
Don't get tin foiled Most boxes of tin foil and clingfilm come with built-in tabs to make dispensing easier.
On this week's TribCast, Emily talks with Ross, Patrick and Jay - complete with a tin foil hat - about Jade Helm, Rick Perry's reported income and Gov.
I use a piece of tin foil to block the wind and smother the flame, and a small piece of hardware cloth to hold up my cup/cooking pot.
Check if it's ready by poking a skewer into the centre - if it comes out clean, it's done, otherwise cover with tin foil and return to the oven, checking every five minutes or so until cooked.
A FARTOWN man lined a carrier bag with tin foil and stole two bottles of whisky from a supermarket.
I was 8 years old when I mastered the art of tin foil origami.
The National Park has made a public plea on their Facebook page, which states that an employee's posting of frying an egg in a pan in Death Valley was intended to demonstrate how hot it can get here, with the recommendation that if you do this, use a pan or tin foil and properly dispose of the contents.