Bacon: Can be pan fried or crisp-cooked in the microwave. To pan-fry: preheat a frying pan for 3-4 minutes. Place bacon slices flat in pan and fry 7 minutes, turning halfway through, until Bacon is as crisp as you like to. To microwave: place bacon strips spread out on a plate lined with paper towels; cover bacon with paper towel. Heat on high power 7-9 minutes, depending on how crisp you like your bacon. Turn the plate 1/4 turn halfway through cooking time.
Canadian-style Bacon is fully cooked, smoked pork loin. You only need to heat it in the microwave, frying pan or on the grill.
Breakfast Ham is fully cooked. To heat a whole Breakfast Ham, wrap it in foil and bake for 30 minutes in a 250 degree oven. Remove netting wrapped around your Ham or Roast Beef before heating and slicing.
Breakfast Links are fully cooked and smoked. They should be warmed slowly so they don't burn. Warm them in the microwave or on the stovetop. To microwave, cut a slit in the wrapper and cook entire package on high power for approx. 1 minute 15 seconds. Turn package over after 30 seconds. Or braise in frying pan over medium heat in a little water for 5-7 minutes, or until heated through. Do not overcook. You may also brown them over low heat with a little butter, margarine, or shortening. Be careful not to burn them.
Nut Breads and Crèmes: Warm fruit and nut breads in the microwave by heating on high power 15-20 seconds.