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Old 07-04-2009, 07:00 AM   #31
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Small amount in a skillet (with splatter screen. Large amounts in the oven on a rack.

But the secret is far enough away from the moochers of the world so you have enough left for your purposes.

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Old 07-04-2009, 07:49 AM   #32
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Depends on the outside temp. In a skillet during the winter, in the microwave oven (no kitchen A/C) in the summer. Mom used to use brown paper grocery bags to drain the bacon.
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Old 07-04-2009, 07:54 AM   #33
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Small amount in a skillet (with splatter screen. Large amounts in the oven on a rack.

But the secret is far enough away from the moochers of the world so you have enough left for your purposes.

Bob
i think i have picked up the scent!! i'll will be right over for bacon!!
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i think i have picked up the scent!! i'll will be right over for bacon!!

Guilty as charged, but you would have been disappointed :-) Was in the mood for savory this morning so I just made fried taters, onions, and green pepper fried in the fridge'd bacon grease (blanched the taters first), On the last flip, ease an egg over the top, couple of squirts of tabasco, fresh ground pepper, and covered till the white's perfectly set, but the yolk just reaching hot.

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Guilty as charged, but you would have been disappointed :-) Was in the mood for savory this morning so I just made fried taters, onions, and green pepper fried in the fridge'd bacon grease (blanched the taters first), On the last flip, ease an egg over the top, couple of squirts of tabasco, fresh ground pepper, and covered till the white's perfectly set, but the yolk just reaching hot.

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Old 07-04-2009, 11:49 AM   #36
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There are no paper bags in China. You even have to pay 30 cents for every plastic bag, at any store in the country.


Now wait a minute here Mr. NYCGayTranslator "No Paper Bags" .. Just go outside stand in the street and flag down one of those rickshaw's carts and lay your bacon on top of the shaded top and take a ride until your bacon dryed to perfection
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