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Sure, my basic one is this: Slice into any shape you like, marinade in todays favorite (whatever goes with the planned meal). I like to marinade for at least 4 hours, but overnight is also good if I plan that far ahead. Then drain from the marinade and bake on a cookie sheet at 350 for about 20 minutes. It all depends on the use and how firm you want it. The longer you cook the firmer it is also the thinner the tofu is sliced the firmer it gets with longer cooking times. I also always use White Wave hard tofu as it's our favorite. I don't bother pressing the tofu first.
Just experiment to find your favorite combos of marinade, and cooking times. I often use just tamari to marinade, but I also like some of the store bought ones.