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Old 06-03-2014, 10:12 PM   #21
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Could be like my ex wife. The smoke detector was her oven timer. "Beeeep beeeeep beeeep, 'dinner's ready." Lol

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Old 06-03-2014, 10:23 PM   #22
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Could be like my ex wife. The smoke detector was her oven timer. "Beeeep beeeeep beeeep, 'dinner's ready." Lol

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My little brother has a ex like that, could not boil water without burning it.
Her turkey was so dry you could use it like a ShamWow towel.
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Old 06-03-2014, 10:41 PM   #23
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Funny!

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Old 06-03-2014, 10:59 PM   #24
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Let's see....bacon or smoke detector?

bacon or smoke detector?

smoke detector or bacon?

bacon or smoke detector....?

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Old 06-04-2014, 08:03 AM   #25
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We cook everything outside. We have had out Trailer for a year now and have not used the stove or oven. i need to get pizza brick for the oven so i can have some biscuts
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Another plus for outside kitchen!

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Like turbo- we love our outside kitchen and crappy stove top out there. We cook bacon outside exclusively.

But, I just read this on rv.net, "Stuck a disposable shower cap over smoke detector when I cook bacon". Thought it was a curious idea.
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Old 06-04-2014, 09:25 AM   #28
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.... Baked potatoes, etc. are cooked in the microwave.
Now that just doesn't seem right. A baked potato just isn't a baked potato unless it's wrapped in foil and jammed into a nice hot bed of coals in the campfire.

DW's been on an oven cooked bacon kick for the last little bit after trying some at a friend's house last year. It's the only way she cooks it now. It does turn out nice and crispy. No more curling like you get with frying. We haven't had bacon in the TT yet, since it's usually easier to just make the kids a bowl of cereal or oatmeal or something, but if we did I expect she'd want to do it in the oven.
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Now that just doesn't seem right. A baked potato just isn't a baked potato unless it's wrapped in foil and jammed into a nice hot bed of coals in the campfire.

DW's been on an oven cooked bacon kick for the last little bit after trying some at a friend's house last year. It's the only way she cooks it now. It does turn out nice and crispy. No more curling like you get with frying. We haven't had bacon in the TT yet, since it's usually easier to just make the kids a bowl of cereal or oatmeal or something, but if we did I expect she'd want to do it in the oven.
Broiling pan?
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Broiling pan?
Nope, just an ordinary cooking sheet. Though the friend who first gave us oven cooked bacon used a broiling pan.

She google's the recipe every time she makes it, but as we just did it the other day I believe it was:

- Put bacon on sheet
- Put sheet in cold oven
- Set oven to heat to 400F
- Check after 17-20 minutes, depending on oven, thickness of bacon, etc...
- When done, transfer to paper towels to absorb excess grease.

If you put in a second batch, you'll need to reduce cooking time accordingly as the oven will already be warm.
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