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RECIPE AND PHOTO SUBMITTED BY Cherie Antin Fasbinder
So maybe you all know this already, but I just discovered this a few months ago.
I used to fry up my bacon in a skillet… but not any more.
  • Lay slices on a cooling rack over foil lined jelly roll pan, sprinkle with chili powder & a little cayenne pepper, then sprinkle with some brown sugar.
  • Bake at 375 for about 20-30 minutes – depending if you like your bacon on the soft side or crunchy. This is the only way I cook bacon now… so easy… easy clean up (does NOT splatter in the oven at all)… and SO delicious!!!
Hope you try it!
So maybe you all know this already, but I just discovered this a few months ago.  I used to fry up my bacon in a skillet... but not any more.  Lay slices on a cooling rack over foil lined jelly roll pan, sprinkle with chili powder & a little cayenne pepper, then sprinkle with some brown sugar.  Bake at 375 for about 20-30 minutes - depending if you like your bacon on the soft side or crunchy.  This is the only way I cook bacon now... so easy... easy clean up (does NOT splatter in the oven at all)... and SO delicious!!!  Hope you try it!
  • Serena Adkins Ellison thanks for the tip.. I still do mine the old fashioned way I will have to try this.. I know a couple ladies at church makes theirs in the oven but I never tried it.. I am a creature of habit hahahaha
  • Cherie Antin Fasbinder I was too… took me a long time to try it… but I tell you – it
  • Cherie Antin Fasbinder ‘s great… with or without the spices.
  • Cherie Antin Fasbinder Also, no splattering on your stove (what a greasy mess) and no babysitting it while you are cooking your eggs or whatever else you are making!
  • Serena Adkins Ellison yes sounds great unless you plan to use your drippings for making gravy ..Paul likes his gravy made from the bacon drippings but I prefer oil and butter, when making my gravy anyways so it wouldn’t bother me.
  • Cherie Antin Fasbinder never made gravy with bacon drippings… have fried eggs in it (yum!)… usually make gravy with sausage drippings.
  • Serena Adkins Ellison oh yeah.. that too..
  • Serena Adkins Ellison the BEST sausage gravy ever made is made from HOME canned sausage.. my Father in laws best friend raises pigs .. and oh my.. sooo good.. I have pics on my website of the canned sausage
  • Serena Adkins Ellison http://cookingwithserena.com/?p=7671 

     

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    My Father in law brought me home a quart of  Home Canned Sausage from the Country.. his friend raises pigs up in Pendleton County.. I decided to use it today with my Brown Gravy and Biscuits..

 

 

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