Some version of 3-2-1 will work IF
you cook cool, like the low 200's. I used to do that, and it worked then.
At 250 to 300, it only takes 2 hours or so to get to 170ish.
They are ready to eat then.
I just foil the extra ones and lay them aside.
I deal with them after I finish the first one
Adapt the time/ temp thing to your cooking style.
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