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Old 05-30-2013, 11:39 AM   #31
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I don't get the point of lining the pan.

I mean, are other people finding the pans so hard to wash otherwise? I must have different pans or something.
I dont line the pan either. I have industrial type pans that clean easily once I pour off the grease into my mug.
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Old 05-30-2013, 11:44 AM   #32
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I don't get the point of lining the pan.

I mean, are other people finding the pans so hard to wash otherwise? I must have different pans or something.
I hate cleaning my cookie sheets. They are horribly rusted and I would never put anything directly on those things. What kind of pans do YOU have?? You seem to like them so much, maybe a new set of pans is in order for me. I do put my pans in the oven if the grease gets soaked through, but I much prefer the lined pans---easy to no clean up. I am lazy like that.
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Old 05-30-2013, 11:45 AM   #33
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I dont line the pan either. I have industrial type pans that clean easily once I pour off the grease into my mug.
Foil=NO clean up. Much, much easier in my opinion. I hate doing dishes, even though I have a dishwasher.
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Old 05-30-2013, 11:48 AM   #34
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I'm going to give this a try! I've been thinking about this for quite sometime but had to overcome fear of needing to clean my dang oven.

What do you do with the bacon you don't use right away? I'm thinking I'll bake a pound but only use about 8 slices at a time. Do you freeze it?

Any ideas appreciated!
Bacon goes in the fridge in a tupperware. With a family of 6, we use a package of bacon a week. Very easy to add bacon to anything if it is pre-cooked and ready to go! We use it for anything and everything....from salads to chicken, bacon, ranch sub sandwiches for the kids. Bacon makes anything taste better.
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Old 05-30-2013, 12:25 PM   #35
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Just seeing this now. Your welcome
There you are Dawn, where have you been---we have been talking bacon for 3 days---LOL---i made my second batch, and now will make the very good bacon fried chicken tomorrow----
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Old 05-30-2013, 12:28 PM   #36
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There you are Dawn, where have you been---we have been talking bacon for 3 days---LOL---i made my second batch, and now will make the very good bacon fried chicken tomorrow----
Not online apparently It was the holiday weekend, then I went to work, then my DH had a procedure. It has been a busy week! But I found this I don't fry bacon anymore. I hate it, much too messy and the bacon gets shriveled. I much prefer my bacon baked. I yelled at DH the other day when he fried it, nearly bit his head off poor guy
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Old 05-31-2013, 10:14 AM   #37
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SO my baked bacon came out GREAT! I did it at 350 degrees and checked it every 5 minutes, turning it once. It is so tasty this way and I love that it cooks flat instead of all crinkled. Thanks for the oven baking bacon advice!
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Old 05-31-2013, 11:04 AM   #38
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SO my baked bacon came out GREAT! I did it at 350 degrees and checked it every 5 minutes, turning it once. It is so tasty this way and I love that it cooks flat instead of all crinkled. Thanks for the oven baking bacon advice!
I'm so glad! It's definitely a time-saver and a mess-saver.
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Old 05-31-2013, 12:21 PM   #39
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SO my baked bacon came out GREAT! I did it at 350 degrees and checked it every 5 minutes, turning it once. It is so tasty this way and I love that it cooks flat instead of all crinkled. Thanks for the oven baking bacon advice!
so glad it worked out for you----it is so yummy, i can't stop eating it---i wouldn't dare cook a package at a time---i just do enough for me and hubby for breakfast---not eveyday though---i have a love for jimmy Dean sausage also, i put that on my Foreman grill, so no mess of frying the sausage either

Happy Bacon day !!!!
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Old 05-31-2013, 01:52 PM   #40
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I have never baked bacon, but I want to every time I watch Epic Meal Time.
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Old 05-31-2013, 02:42 PM   #41
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Thin sliced on 350 for 22-25 mins, thick sliced 375 for the same amount of time. Both always cooked in a cast iron skillet. Keeps the skillet "seasoned" and stick free and you dont have to worry about lining a pan or spills.

Loving this idea!
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Old 06-02-2013, 08:49 AM   #42
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I bake bacon too- in a lined pan because its easier to clean up. I use a good amount of black pepper before i cook also. And the lefover bacon goes into a ziplock for other uses through the week.
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I don't get the point of lining the pan.

I mean, are other people finding the pans so hard to wash otherwise? I must have different pans or something.
I was wondering the same thing, but then I love baking bacon to re-season cast iron.

Thick cut bacon in cast iron in cold oven, 250-300, however long it takes me to get ready in the morning.
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