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Thanks so much if you can help! I really don't want to ruin these, they look awesome.
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Yes, I'd cut it -- probably by 30 min. I'd focus on the signs of readiness that Sam Sifton indicates (the pulling away from the bone). If that happens at 1 hour, take them out then. You could probably get them done to this point in advance so you don't gave to worry so much about time. Glaze and broil them just before serving. Seems like a pretty forgiving recipe. Also sounds delicious! Have fun.
All right, sounds less intimidating now! Thank you so much!
I roasted them for an hour and they turned out perfect. Yeah Foodpickle!
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