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I use this non-stick foil in my toaster oven, probably 4-5 times a week. It works like a charm. The food does not stick, and there is, virtually, nothing to clean up. I don't use it for baking cookies-for that I use parchment paper. But for cooking or reheating food for lunch or dinner, this product is wonderful!
The book is a good read for the beach. I thought the use of "Richie Fels" as the name of a celebrated criminal defense attorney who in the main turned on his friend (Street) was a bit crass since there was such a person in Knoxville (Bob Ritchie) who was indeed a celebrated criminal defense lawyer. The name of his firm was Ritchie, Fels and Dillard. Mr. Ritchie died a few tears ago. The scenes indicating beatings by guards of inmates at the Blount and Knox county jails are are somewhat far fetched.