In the major grocery stores all they have is wax paper - anybody know where I can but parchment?
I get mine at Loblaws on Queens Quay, or at Food Basics at wellesley just over from sherbourne.
Thanks everybody - I must be blind but I swear I never see it on sale.
I usually buy the No-Name brand at No Frills. Most supermarkets carry only one or two brands and they don't really stand out amongst the other products.
Even Dollarama sells Parchment paper. Precut squares (I think 10 shees/ $1).
PS - I use it all the time when baking stuff. It saves a ton of effort when doing the dishes!
I buy mine at The Big Carrot on the Danforth. You'll find it on a shelf pretty much right across from the ice cream and cold treats freezer.
Costco has it in the Zip lock, alum foil aisle
I agree with cecilia and TorontoJo - Every major grocery store has it. Loblaws, Valu-Mart, No Frills, Rabba's, etc etc.
Forgo Williams & Sonoma, as decadent as it is, what's the point?
I always buy parchment paper at the major grocery stores -- I've never NOT been able to find it. You should check in the baking aisle, or ask a clerk.
I can usually find No-Name brand parchment at Loblaws. Perhaps you can try Queen's Quay or Valu-Mart in Manulife centre?
Williams & Sonoma has it though I am sure it can be had for cheaper elsewhere.
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