I'm glad you didn't post any of those "Not Safe For Work" bacon videos.
I'm glad you didn't post any of those "Not Safe For Work" bacon videos.Bacon, the most beautiful thing on earth. Even the frying of bacon sounds like applause: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mj7o2zj8oBoThere are so many ways to prepare bacon - You either fry it or you get Botulism.Jim Gaffigan on Breakfast in Bed and Bacon:http://www.metacafe.com/watch/5029155/jim_gaffigan_bacon/
I've never seen bacon like that. The stuff I see is not cooked. It is raw. Sliced, and stacked in a cascade fashion.But it is still interesting to watch factories at work, and interesting where they do and don't need humans to assist/intervene.
I've never seen bacon like that. The stuff I see is not cooked. It is raw. Sliced, and stacked in a cascade fashion.Axe-u-lee, I have seen the pre-cooked bacon in some of the local stores but have never tried it, me. I also remembers buying slab bacon in Fairbanks, Alaska in the early 70s. You sliced it yourself and trimmed off the pork rind before frying or cookin it. The rind was also simmered to add flavor to your beans.;-)C.J.V. - and it didn’t need no refrigeration most of da year, no
There are so many ways to prepare bacon - You either fry it or you get Botulism.I usually bake it in the oven, using parchment paper on the pan to make cleanup easier.The results are reliable-- it's easy to make sure you don't overcook or undercook it.
I don't do it often, but when I do I fry it. It renders the fat nicely that way, which can be used for flavor in other things. Not "healthy", but in moderation I think it's fine.
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