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Bacon

To cut easily: freeze for thirty minutes.

To reduce shrinkage: Run bacon under cold water before frying,  This can reduce shrinkage and curling by up to 50%.

To separate slices: Before you open a package of bacon, roll it. This will help separate the slices for easy removal.

To fry ahead of time: Cook and drain, then wrap in wax paper. Freeze them in a plastic zippered bag or other freezer container. Reheat briefly in a skillet.

French Fries

For the best French fries let cut potatoes stand in cold water for one hour before frying. Dry thoroughly. Fry them just a few minutes and blot off the grease. Fry a second time until golden brown. Put them in a brown paper bag. Sprinkle with a little kosher salt and shake. You will drain and salt in one action.