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I wish I knew which company it came from.
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Home-Ec was phased out of most school systems 40-50 years ago. Grown-ups that don’t know how to cook is just one consequence.
06-12-2019 06:42 PM
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(06-12-2019 05:49 PM)CrimsonPhantom Wrote:  I wish I knew which company it came from.
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Black River Meats out of Vermont

https://www.burlingtonfreepress.com/stor...006477002/

Quote:A three-week old snark-backed packaging design for Vermont's own Black River Meats bacon went viral, causing a national wave of chuckles and a counter-jab from Vermont's teacher's union.

"It's a crazy world we live in. People needed a laugh," said Sean Buchanan, the vice president of sales and marketing for sustainable & specialty food programs at Reinhart Foodservice, the owner of Black River Meats.

The bacon label Buchanan helped create gives instructions on cooking the thick slab-style pork strips. It states:

"If you really don’t know how to cook bacon, please contact our elected officials and complain about our education system. Every American should know how to cook bacon... seriously.”
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That truly is awesome...
06-12-2019 11:12 PM
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That is not a shot a teachers, that is a direct shot at government funding for teachers/schools.
06-13-2019 07:29 AM
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My wife always bakes her bacon... sometimes even microwaves it. Needless to say, if we are eating anything with bacon, I toss her aside and take care of the bacon part.
06-13-2019 07:53 AM
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I learned on my own how to cook bacon. I was the ripe age of 12, wanted a bacon sandwich for breakfast, my dad took me in the kitchen showed me where the bacon and the fry pan was and monitored me. The first try I burned it. Second try got better.. 25 years later my wife will say I bought bacon, can you fry it.. It's an art.. Although she did toss my iron skillet.
06-13-2019 07:55 AM
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(06-13-2019 07:53 AM)EverRespect Wrote:  My wife always bakes her bacon... sometimes even microwaves it. Needless to say, if we are eating anything with bacon, I toss her aside and take care of the bacon part.

I switched to baking it a few months ago. Works great. Comes out exactly the same as pan frying, but without the splatter, and it cooks more evenly. Plus, you don't have to stand there tending it the whole time. Just put it in the oven and set a timer.

P.S. I would never nuke bacon. That's blasphemy.
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(06-13-2019 07:55 AM)gdunn Wrote:  I learned on my own how to cook bacon. I was the ripe age of 12, wanted a bacon sandwich for breakfast, my dad took me in the kitchen showed me where the bacon and the fry pan was and monitored me. The first try I burned it. Second try got better.. 25 years later my wife will say I bought bacon, can you fry it.. It's an art.. Although she did toss my iron skillet.

04-jawdrop

That's grounds for divorce in these parts.
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(06-13-2019 08:03 AM)TripleA Wrote:  
(06-13-2019 07:53 AM)EverRespect Wrote:  My wife always bakes her bacon... sometimes even microwaves it. Needless to say, if we are eating anything with bacon, I toss her aside and take care of the bacon part.

I switched to baking it a few months ago. Works great. Comes out exactly the same as pan frying, but without the splatter, and it cooks more evenly. Plus, you don't have to stand there tending it the whole time. Just put it in the oven and set a timer.

P.S. I would never nuke bacon. That's blasphemy.

I used to fry it outside as the smoke and overwhelming aroma didn't suit my wife. She said the whole house smelled of bacon as if it was a bad thing. Anyway, since I stopped frying it outside on my grill (it has a cooking attachment) we've been nuking it, it doesn't smoke like frying it does. It's not entirely the same but pretty much it still tastes like bacon. Sometimes it get overly cooked, and that's how she likes it, I like it a little bit rawer but I'll eat anything bacon as I love the stuff.
06-13-2019 02:30 PM
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