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View Poll Results: How do you cook your bacon?
Fry it in a frying pan, preferably cast iron. 28 62.22%
Bake it in the oven. 7 15.56%
Broil it in the oven. 0 0%
Microwave it. 7 15.56%
Buy the pre-cooked, ready to go bacon. 3 6.67%
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Old 04-13-2012, 08:46 AM   #41
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I know I'm bringing up an old thread but check out this recipe. It sounds incredibly delicious and very easy to make. I think I just might have to try this.

http://allrecipes.com/video/590/candied-bacon/detail.aspx?prop24=PN_1.1.1_TP.Candied-Bacon



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I use a large glass baking dish. I place a large piece of aluminum foil on top of the dish and a metal rack on top of the foil wrap. I fold the edges of the foil wrap up around the edges of the rack to catch the grease. I put the bacon on the rack and set my oven to 450 degrees. I place the glass dish in the oven and watch the bacon until I think it is just right. This works very well and you get bacon that is not soggy or greasy.



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Microwave all the way.

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Old 04-13-2012, 04:59 PM   #45
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I'm not actually worried about the grease; I was just being facetious. (People still tell me I could gain a few more pounds.) I've never seen anyone cook eggs in bacon grease though, so maybe I will have to try it next time.
I have. It's great if you have nothing to do later. Back to bed you go.


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