[CnD] cooking bacon

Marie Rudys marmusic at succeed.net
Sun Jun 12 12:53:14 CEST 2016


Oh, yes, the old crisper disc!!  I don't see them around anymore.  I used to have one until it was stolen from me in the massive storage locker robbery in 1992-93.  I never replaced it.

Marie




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Subject: Re: [CnD] cooking bacon

As I've said before, I don't cook bacon much so not sure about this _but I have a flat metal piece  (device) with a knob in the middle so you can pick it up. It hass small holes (not tiny) all over the device. You put it over bacon on the stove and theoretically, it will cook both sides at once.

Juliette Silvers

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From: Sharon Howerton via Cookinginthedark  <cookinginthedark at acbradio.org>
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Date: 06/11/2016 8:36 am
Subject: Re: [CnD] cooking bacon

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> Juliette, I had to cringe as soon as I read that you used one of those thin aluminum pans. I'm so sorry you were hurt. One needs something sturdy for the bacon.
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> Cooking Bacon: a cautionary tale
> Many years ago I decided to fry bacon in my oven using one of those thin aluminum rectangular light pans with ridges to catch the fat. When I went to remove the pan it collapsed spilling the grease on my arms. I almost went to the emergency room for that one and of course, never cooked bacon in one of those pans again.
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> Juliette Silvers
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> Subject: Re: [CnD] cooking bacon
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> > Randy, my sister bakes hers in the oven and I've done the same. She said to bake it at 400 for 20 minutes; to be honest, to me that wasn't long enough. I have a pan with a drip tray so the grease falls to the bottom; it's a lot easier than frying on the stove and better tasting, I think, than preparing in the microwave. I'd say to just experiment with time depending on the thickness of your bacon. Good luck.
> > Sharon 
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> > From: randy tijerina via Cookinginthedark [mailto:cookinginthedark at acbradio.org] 
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> > hi friends'''Randy here...'''what's the best way to cook bacon?
> > to me'''ddthe microwave'''dries it...'''I want to have my bacon taste like it was on the stovedd_b, without all that fat'''ddddhow do you guys do it?
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