...for an old dog (me).
I have read about fixing bacon in the oven for quite some time - but never tried it. I have fixed it in a skillet for many long years...why change my method.
Reasons: no more grease splatters all over everywhere, no more grease popping on your hands and arms while turning it over and over, either using several skillets or using one for a long time to get all the bacon fried you need are three very good reasons to go to the oven method.
Before trying it I did research on the internet...came up with a zillon different ideas, ways, etc. Well, this is what I did and it certainly worked for me.
Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
Lay bacon side by side on an old cookie sheet (one with sides to catch the grease). Cook until desired doneness. This can range from 15 minutes to 25 minutes - - depending on the thickness of the slice. As usual, drain on paper towels when cooking is completed.
This is really an excellent way when fixing breakfast for a multitude of people.
What is you latest new tip you have tried in the kitchen and it really works? One that makes you think why in the world you had not tried that before.