This is why I love data and data visualization: The larger the pizza, the cheapest the price per square inch is. Get the largest size, eat the rest at room temperature the next day.
This sounds like a bizarre thing to do, but we’re talking about less bacon shrinkage! Rinse your bacon before you cook it and you’ll have longer strips to enjoy.
This tip has been circling around the interwebs for a while. Fran at the Franalan blog put it to the test and confirmed her bacon did not shrink. Several people at Thrify Fun, BabyCenter, and Art of Manliness report the same. I, sadly, do not have any bacon on hand to rinse, but if it’s on a Snapple real facts cap, it’s definitely worth a try.
Also, cooking bacon in the oven definitely is a superior method, but if you want to cook it in a skillet, Cooking Light suggests you could also prevent some shrinkage by starting with a cold pan and flipping often.
Cooking Perfect Bacon | Franalan.com
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Printing is becoming less common, and it’s not hard to see why. There’s the growing popularity of going paperless, and there’s the ridiculously high ink prices. PDFs have been the solution for many, but how does one take a cluttered, ad-ridden webpage and turn it into an easy-to-read document? As a website owner you should provide a cheap and green solution for your readers, who want to take your content with them either on paper or in a PDF. If you have a self-hosted WordPress site, the solution is simple – the PrintFriendly And PDF Button plugin, one of our favorite WordPress…
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Okay, this is new. At least that’s how I decided to apologize why I didn’t notice this service by IM-Creator earlier. Remember IM-Creator? The homepage builder equipped with templates made by freelance designers itself targets freelance designers and not the DIY thirteen year old son of the CEO’s golf mate. It was this same homepage builder that secretly (well almost…) introduced a new offering named IM FREE. IM FREE hosts curated collections with free, also commercially usable photos. And it contains quite a few gems…
IM FREE: Curated Collections of Free Commercial Use Photos No Designer Can Do Without
Missouri provided a rare chance to track before-and-after changes in murders.
After explaining that it would mean some extra income and getting me out of the house, I finally got approval from my wife to pursue an FFL. As I go through the process, I thought it would be beneficial to our readers to document my experiences and show that it will (hopefully) be a relatively […]
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Getting a Home-Based FFL (Part 1 – Overview)