References in periodicals archive ?
We won't sell Milkybars or tin foil to anyone we think is to do with drugs,' said a shop assistant at the store, who asked not to be named for fear of retaliation.
Market for Tin in the Country in Question 6 Overall Market 6 Market by Type 7 Alloyed unwrought tin 8 Not alloyed unwrought tin 9 Tin foil, flakes and powder 10 Tin pipes, tubes and fittings 11 Tin sheets and plates 12 Tin wire, profiles, bars and rods 13 2.
A FARTOWN man lined a carrier bag with tin foil and stole two bottles of whisky from a supermarket.
Add enough hot water to come halfway up the sides of the moulds then cover with tin foil ?
Cover loosely with a sheet of tin foil if it's getting too brown towards the end of cooking.
Beat in the eggs then transfer the batter to the greased pudding basin and cover with greaseproof paper and then tin foil.
I use pottery or earthenware bowls with clingfilm or tin foil which I feel is a waste.
London, Dec 3 (ANI): The discovery of mosses in the stomach of "Oetzi the iceman", a 5,300-year-old mummy discovered in the Eastern Alps, has led to the suggestion that he might have been carrying a prehistoric version of tin foil and an ancient first aid kit.
Stuff the pocket with as much of the black pudding as you can, then make a sausage with the remaining black pudding by wrapping it in cling film, rolling it into a sausage, then cover with tin foil and roast with the pork.
Your cheese is best wrapped in tin foil or greaseproof paper.
After two seasons of staring at glaring fluorescent tubes in the middle of the living room I devised a homemade "reflector panel" system made of cardboard with tin foil glued to one side.
They are lining their lofts with tin foil, putting up metal mesh curtains and installing specialist windows.