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Parchment Cooking Bags

I braise pretty much anything I can get my hands on in the Fall and Winter months, but now that Spring has sprung, my attention has turned to lighter, brighter cookery methods. My go-to: cooking en papillote (aka cooking in parchment). Really, all that's needed is a roll of parchment, but PaperChef Culinary Parchment Cooking Bags ($4) are a game changer for lazy folks like me, as they require no origami-like folding skills.

— Nicole Perry, assistant editor