[QUOTE=Did each person cook a brisket and take it home? (or split it between two people) That actual sounds like a good return on the investment. A quality rack of ribs and a brisket would add a lot of value.[/QUOTE]
There was enough meat left over for everyone to take a huge bag full if they wanted too. Most opt'd not too because they flew in and taking that kind of thing on a plane is a "PIA". The folks that drove took coolers full.
That said, breakfast on Sunday was "whole hog", enough to feed everyone at the table twice. Then on to Ribs, chicken, butt and brisket. If you left there hungry then you dont like BBQ.
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