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Unread 04-24-2010, 02:08 PM   #1
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I am going to be cooking chopped beef for 150 people. From reading all the posts here I am thinking 75 lbs uncooked for 1/4 lb servings? I am okay here? It is a dropoff, so it will be a self serve buffet line and it's mostly elderly people.


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Sorry - just read the same post a few below me!
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Should be plenty. For chopped beef I like to use Shoulder Clods for sliced I use Brisket Tips or Points. Good luck!
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