Cover crust with parchment paper and pour in baking beans or weights.
Flip onto the Brussels sprouts and remove the parchment from the top.
Fold the parchment paper with the dry ingredients in half and pour into the stand mixer.
Fill the parchment paper with enough dried beans to just cover the paper.
Place the package, folded side up, on a sheet pan lined with parchment paper.
I design to engage Ben Tooke, and then receive the parchment from her.
Her hands, which held the roll of parchment, dropped down upon her lap.
And he came back into the room on purpose to snap his finger, in his rude way, quite close to Mademoiselle Brun's parchment face.
And with the word he began to unroll the parchment carefully.
He turned away as he had been shot, hiding his face, but I saw from his neck that he had grown as white as parchment.
c.1300, parchemin (c.1200 as a surname), from Old French parchemin (11c., Old North French parcamin), from Late Latin pergamena "parchment," noun use of adjective (as in pergamena charta, Pliny), from Late Greek pergamenon "of Pergamon," from Pergamon "Pergamum" (modern Bergama), city in Mysia in Asia Minor where parchment supposedly first was adopted as a substitute for papyrus, 2c. B.C.E. Possibly influenced in Vulgar Latin by Latin parthica (pellis) "Parthian (leather)." Altered in Middle English by confusion with nouns in -ment and by influence of Medieval Latin collateral form pergamentum.
a skin prepared for writing on; so called from Pergamos (q.v.), where this was first done (2 Tim. 4:13).