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Your question got cut off. Can we still help you? What have you heard is the best way to cook them?
Thx, I didn't know it was cut off! I've heard it's best to cook them in the bottom third of the oven so they rise and the tops don't burn- thoughts?
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Yes, that's true. Was your first attempt at the top of the oven? When you "get" it, you won't have that problem. You might have some rise more than others, but you shouldn't have one that's raw in the middle and done (or overdone) on top.
Thanks- my first attempt was with the rack in the middle. My other concern is that I have an older gas stove and the heat is pretty concentrated on the bottom. I'm thinking I'll just have to experiment and see what happens :)
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