Go to Walmart and get the white microwave bacon plate. It has ridges to drain the fat, and with a paper towel over the top you get wonderful crispy bacon with lower fat.
I grew up eating only nuked bacon. I much prefer pan-fried, but I cook it really low so lots of fat renders out and it doesn't spatter everywhere.
It's not a "who knew" but I have found something wonderful. I like that dryer sheets reduce static and make things smell nice. But they're wasteful and expensive, and often too heavily perfumed. When we started using the heater, the static was out of control. I found a solid Bounce bar that attaches to the inside of the dryer, and it's fab. It seems to be less than buying sheets, doesn't smell half as strong, and lasts 4 months.
I L-O-V-E bacon but HHHHHHHATE frying it - this will make my life much easier.
Doesn't everybody love bacon? Except Mr. S, but he's weird anyway. It's the best part of an all around great tasting animal.
However, I don't own a microwave, so I can't try this method of cooking. I don't mind frying the bacon, though. I like to cook it really low until crispy and render all the fat--it's great for making biscuits, cornbread, and various other delicious treats. Plus, then the house smells like bacon, and who doesn't love bacon.
Piebrothersmomma said:I L-O-V-E bacon but HHHHHHHATE frying it - this will make my life much easier.