Have you ever wanted to throw a tray of, say, bacon or meatballs in the oven and thought oh crud, then I have to deal with a tray full of grease! If you're lucky, you have a large roll of foil on hand. But what do you do when your foil is narrower than your tray? No problem!!
Cut two lengths of foil slightly longer than your tray, to allow for wrapping over the edge.
Lay one sheet of foil on top of the other, with the same sides facing - shiny to shiny or dull to dull. Along one long edge, make a small fold, and repeat two or three times, smoothing it down as you fold.
Now you can open the foil in one large sheet to wrap your tray, and the seam you created will be leak-proof.
Go ahead and bake/roast/broil that drippy greasy mess ...
When you're done, just let the grease cool so it solidifies (mostly anyhow - depends on what you made).
Then just wrap it into a pouch and toss it in the trash!
|Look Ma, no leaks! :)|