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Unread 03-26-2013, 10:51 PM   #1
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Ello all. I am wondering how many trimmed racks of spares i would need to cook for 20 people. each person gets 2 ribs. thanks
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13 bones per slab, two slabs, 26 bones....
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Do 3 racks. You will have ends that will dry out and won't be able to use them.
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thanks guys. That works for me. How much do they cost these days for a rack of spares?

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I've heard 3.50 a pound is the norm around here, 3.25-3.5lbs per slab. I'd guess 3 slabs would be $40 with tax. I buy mine a different route, so my numbers may be off.
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$1.79/lb. here.
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thanks guys. That works for me. How much do they cost these days for a rack of spares?

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$1.99 a pound at Sam's.

you can get pre-trimmed St. Louis Cut at Costco for about 2.35 a pound
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