Ms. Eclectic and I often have bacon and eggs for breakfast. We don't much like frying the bacon first in the frying pan, so I've taken to microwaving it while I'm cooking the eggs. I put two sheets of paper towel on a plate, then the bacon, then one more sheet of paper towel over it to control the spatter. This method has worked pretty well most of the time. I just throw away the paper towels and wash the plate, and I quite like the way the bacon comes out.
Lately, however, perhaps because we keep changing brands of bacon and/or brands of paper towel, the paper towels have been sticking to the bacon. If they peeled off neatly that wouldn't be a problem, but sometimes they don't. And bacon with paper bits isn't as good as bacon without the paper bits.
So what is the most convenient way to fix bacon. Don't tell me the healthiest or most environmentally friendly or best-tasting or whatever. Just the most convenient. Thanks.
Side note to all my Facebook friends (Jim, Rod, Butch, Rebekah, et al): yes I like bacon; I just detest having it wrapped around my tenderloin steaks or mixed with chocolate ice cream, etc.