2. It's easier to manage when making multiple dishes

Hosting a weekend brunch for friends or making breakfast for family members staying with you overnight? Getting all your components done at the same time is one of the most challenging parts when entertaining. If you're toasting bread and flipping eggs while you make fresh coffee, the last thing you want to juggle is a hot pan that can scorch, burning all that precious bacon. Instead, with the oven method, you can lay your slices on your lined pan, then pop them in the oven. Set a timer to check for crispiness, and you're good to go, allowing you more attention to give to your other dishes and more predictability about when everything will be done.

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