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Bacon cooks on both sides at once.
from Pontiac, Michigan
About Me Casual Cook
Comments about Bacon Press:
Works great to hold bacon flat and cooks bacon on both sides at once. You can view the bacon and know when it's done. Can be used to hold hamburgers flat and prevent swellng in the center of the burger.
Bottom LineYes, I would recommend this to a friend
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good idea poor materials
from springfield il
About Me Avid Cook
I like that you can see the bacon while cooking. Unfortunately the handle was simply junk plastic that is secured to the plate with a metal screw. The screw socket melted when heat transfered up the shaft from the pan and pulled off the plate the 1st time I used it. I have since replaced the handle with an old ceramic handle with a metal screw well and it works great now.
piece of junk
from San Bernardino, Ca
I am on my second bacon press. Like the first one, it lasted about two weeks. The handle strips off the screw holding it to the glass. No money back, your just out of luck. It will be the last one and last item I order
Bottom LineNo, I would not recommend this to a friend
from albuquerque, NM
handle nob is ok but could be better-
I would buy this product again & again
from Topaz Ranch Estates, NV
This is great for keeping bacon from curling. However, to keep the glass from cracking you need to place it on top of bacon as soon as you put it in your skillet. Then the glass will heat with the bacon and won't crack.
from Marietta, GA
This press cracked the 1st time I used it. I had to throw out the food in the pan and start over. Breakfast was delayed and I hate wasting food.
Just what I needed.
from North Carolina
Works great for the small to medium round pan.
I would buy this product again
from Tacoma ,Wa
Wonderful for bacon,salt pork,and ham.
Exposed screw can scratch pans
from Stafford, VA
The screw that holds on the handle has a round head, which extends about 1/8" or more. This will lead to the scratch resistant coating on the pan being scratched. Would have been a much better product if they would have beveled the hole in the glass, and used a flat head bolt.
from Davenport, WA
The bacon press held up to 4 slices of bacon flat - just what I was lookinig for.