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Actually, your best bet is probably to cut the rack in half and roast them at the same time, following the timing in the chart for 3 ribs. Otherwise the big rack may not cook evenly. Check out this thread for more info: http://www.food52.com/hotline...
OK! Can I put them in the same oven? I was going to cook both in my smaller single oven (Dacour)! Thank you for any imput---my butcher is instisting 20 min per lb for medium rare but I'd like to use Anne's recipe.
Yes, as long as they have some room to breathe! If you have a big enough roasting pan not to crowd them, you may even be able to roast them in the same pan.
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Well played. You deserve a cookie.
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