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Tom_MartinIconNeed a quick answer!10-03-2011 @ 00:45 
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When you fry bacon, is it necessary to flip it over half way through? QUICK!
LukeCIcon...10-03-2011 @ 00:47 
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I always do.
nickIcon...10-03-2011 @ 00:48 
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Tom_MartinIcon...10-03-2011 @ 00:48 
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LukeC said:I always do.


Thanks Luke...you may have 'saved my bacon'
IrishMarcIcon...10-03-2011 @ 01:14 
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Tom_Martin said:
Thanks Luke...you may have 'saved my bacon'


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Tom_MartinIcon...10-03-2011 @ 01:19 
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That wasn't the point of the thread, it just happened. I genuinely had a frying pan full of bacon....
FatpeteIcon...10-03-2011 @ 07:27 
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A gentleman always grills bacon
davycummingsIcon...10-03-2011 @ 08:31 
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Fatpete said:A gentleman always grills bacon


I prefer it grilled, and Tom, if you try it this way, you should still turn it Happy
SimeonIcon...10-03-2011 @ 19:16 
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davycummings said:
I prefer it grilled, and Tom, if you try it this way, you should still turn it Happy


Not if you're sensible and have a george foreman!
LukeCIcon...10-03-2011 @ 19:39 
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Tom_Martin said:
Thanks Luke...you may have 'saved my bacon'


Errm you are welcome I guess Tom.

I usually use the george forman myself.
BoarIcon...10-03-2011 @ 19:46 
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mmmmm , nice bacon butty

i guess you dont flip a fried egg,so mabie you became disorientated and mabie somthing
TobyIcon...10-03-2011 @ 20:02 
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Boar said:mmmmm , nice bacon butty

i guess you dont flip a fried egg,so mabie you became disorientated and mabie somthing


I flip eggs, i hate it when i get uncooked white on the top of un-flipped eggs, and for that to cook properly you need to leave them frying so long that the bottom gets burned bits on that taste like s**t.
PAGANIcon...10-03-2011 @ 20:06 
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Toby said:
I flip eggs, i hate it when i get uncooked white on the top of un-flipped eggs, and for that to cook properly you need to leave them frying so long that the bottom gets burned bits on that taste like s**t.


Or you could just flick some of the hot fat from the pan onto the top of the eggs like all decent egg fryers do.If you flip them your gonna struggle to still have a nice runny yoke!
1369philIcon...10-03-2011 @ 20:20 
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A lid on the saucepan is a good option for the fried egg quandry - high heat to start, low once the egg is in - lid over the top.
RickIcon...10-03-2011 @ 23:06 
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A flip for just ten seconds or so is a good answer to the egg question.

Frying or grilling bacon you want roughly equal time on each side. Perhaps the best way to cook quantities of good streaky bacon is in the oven, though. 200 degrees, line a tray with foil (crumple it a little to give the fat somewhere to run), bacon in, come back in fifteen minutes, eat. No need to turn, cleanup consists of binning the foil.

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