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Old 02-15-2020, 09:12 AM   #16
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I assume that everyone already knows to cook your bacon on sheet pans in the oven @ 350° - 375°.
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Old 02-15-2020, 10:32 AM   #17
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Oats.

Everyone knows they should eat more but oats sure do get boring and can even be disgusting if you use the wrong oats or overcook them.

Alton Brown's recipe:

Use regular rolled oats or quick/fast cook steel cut oats, AKA Irish oats. I normally use McCann's steel cut oats. NO instant or quick/fast cook rolled oats. Regular steel cut take forever.
Substitute buttermilk for 1/2 of the liquid. Cook per directions but don't overcook or you'll wind up with the building products mom cooked or the stuff you get with the instant variety.

That's the basics for better oats.

This morning I added a knob of butter, a splash of vanilla, some cinnamon, and some raisins for a truly deluxe version.
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What a great thread David.... i'll have to think about some tricks I have been taught over the years and post later.... Again great thread!!!!!
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For those of you that fish along the Gulf and Atlantic Coasts - Get a stainless steel carpet knife to make the cuts along the dorsal fins and around the gills of Redfish, Drum, and Sheepshead.

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Need to cut tomatoes (or grapes)? Try this:

Line them up:


Set a plate on top:


Gently rest your hand on top and slice from the side:


Ta-da!
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^^^ I'd like to see you try that with eggs!
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I assume that everyone already knows to cook your bacon on sheet pans in the oven @ 350° - 375°.
On parchment paper. Makes cleaning up easy.
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On parchment paper. Makes cleaning up easy.
Yep, forget the aluminium foil. Parchment paper.
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I second the parchment paper on sheet pans and pizza pans. The pans often times are still perfectly clean at the end of the cook. Toss the paper, put pan back in cabinet, all done. If you buy a bulk size roll of parchment, it is much cheaper than foil. I've also found the the cooked food rarely sticks to parchment, but food almost always sticks to foil.
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Yep, forget the aluminium foil. Parchment paper.
I cook Bacon in a convection oven at 425 degrees on Aluminum Foil lined sheet trays. Wright's Thick Cut Bacon takes around 18 minutes and I save the fat drippings to make Baconnaise. (Mayonnaise made with Bacon Fat) Throwing the foil away is the only cleanup!
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When using a cutting board only let the very tip of your knife touch it, your knife will pull thru meats and vegetables with ease and stays sharp. It is taking me a little bit of training to remember to not set the blade down flat
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On parchment paper. Makes cleaning up easy.
No no nooooooooooooooooo, that's blasphemy!!!
Never in the oven and def don't use parchment paper.



The 2nd best thing about bacon is bacon grease!!! It has so many different uses.
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I cook Bacon in a convection oven at 425 degrees on Aluminum Foil lined sheet trays. Wright's Thick Cut Bacon takes around 18 minutes and I save the fat drippings to make Baconnaise. (Mayonnaise made with Bacon Fat) Throwing the foil away is the only cleanup!

I might need that recipe if you care to share it.


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I assume that everyone already knows to cook your bacon on sheet pans in the oven @ 350° - 375°.

Probably the easiest way to cook it. Line the pans with foil for easy cleanup.
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