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Unread 02-08-2011, 02:44 PM   #4
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That sounds better. One thing that goes over well is bbq sundaes. Three or four items all in a cup, like potatoe salad or slaw, pulled pork or beef and beans,all layered. We have served splits, which are laid out in a plastic boat, scoops of product with pickle spears on edges and cherry peppers on scooped items with a little sauce drizzled on. To resemble a banana split, only bbq products. The idea is to have more uses for your product, rather than say sandwichs only. More options, less cost is key. Quick money has always been burgers, dogs and drinks. I've got some customers that make a killing on precooked turkey legs that they just warm, sauce and serve. Once you find your target audience you can tailor your fare to them. I try to find out what they want and make it the best they ever had. Wish you luck. Steve
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