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    Great article Laura, I can't wait to try and make my own bacon! I'm making pork carnitas tomorrow.

    So glad I saw your blog on the Wackies board!

    Thank you for reading, Schelli! Pork Carnitas...yum!

    Hi Laura!
    I'll have to try this suggestion b/c my son loves bacon. (I am allergic : ( )
    My tip for you is to bake it -- so easy!
    My dad learned this technique from a restaurant -- line a pan with foil, then wax paper (or maybe use silicone? or parchment???. Bake bacon on top rack at 400 deg. for.... I think 30 minutes. Not totally sure about the time.
    just fyi -- I find cooking a good quantity of bacon tedious and time consuming.
    Thanks for this post. : ) Noel

    Rock on, Noel! Thank you! I will definitely be baking it next time. YUM!

    Another good deal at Whole Foods--I buy "Fish Chunks and Medalions" in the seafood department. It's the leftover pieces of fish from when they cut their fillets. The pieces are still a decent size and $5.99/lb verses sometimes $18.00/lb! I just got grouper chunks yesterday and breaded them in egg, freshly ground flax seed, parsley, garlic powder s&p. Baked them in the oven. I served them with turnip root fries. I got rave reviews even from my in-laws who eat a very SADiet. :-)

    Oh-I can't wait to try making this bacon!

    Great to know!

    Also, there is a fish store in Cary that sell NC fish - very fresh. Snapper is most expensive at $6.00 a pound. It has been excellent! Amazing NC shrimp at $6 a pound too.

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