DailyDirt: How To Cook Simple Stuff…

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There are all kinds of cooking shows and recipe books, providing a vast and endless library of ways to make any meal you can think of. With this flood of information, the simplest meals can seem daunting because there are so many different recipes and instructions. There really is no single correct way to do anything, but some instructions are easier to remember than others. Here are just a few examples.

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Rekrul says:

Ever since my family got a microwave, that has always been used to cook our bacon. Cover a plate with a paper towel, add the bacon, cover with another paper towel. In the beginning my mother had a problem with the bacon sticking to the paper towels, but then I came up with the idea of spraying them with non-stick cooking spray.

I still use this method for cooking turkey bacon, although I no longer have to use the spray as it doesn’t stick like real bacon.

John Fenderson (profile) says:

Re: EZ-peeling hard-boiled eggs

I use a method kindof in between boiling and steaming. I boil the water, put the eggs in, then when the boiling is about to start again, I take the pan off the stove and put a cover on. I let it sit for 9-13 minutes (depending on how hard I want them cooked: I usually go for 11, which results in a solid-but-still-moist yolk). Perfectly cooked every single time.

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