Originally Posted by BBQ PD
We figure two bones per person when doing two meats, but if you are not serving, you better plan on 6 bones per person, because that is what people will take. We did a benefit for a winery where the owner wanted people to serve themselves. I saw one lady take nearly an entire rack of ribs, so we had to immediately step in and serve, or they would have been gone before 75% of the people got to them.
up north this also is exactly what will happen, old granny is a big eater when self serve..we will start the plates for them with 2 bones on..just like the chicken be sure to qtr first cause they take a whole half and eat a wing..if time permits and it is self serve cut single bones if you serve cut 2 bones..
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