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Unread 02-11-2009, 08:09 PM   #1
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Want to rent a large rig for a weekend. I will do it at your place if needed. About midway through June I will need to cook off about 20 cases of butts, 20 cases of ribs, 700lbs of brisket, and a undetermined amount of chicken.

I am doing a huge vending event and have a lot of small follow up catering gigs. From what I was told, the vending event has the potential to swallow this amount up. I have eeverything I need to handle the event but the cooker to smoke in thes masses. HELP I could not say NO?
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Unread 02-11-2009, 11:38 PM   #2
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you'll need more than one cooker for all that,,I have some vending events scheduled for may and june,, but if the weekend you are doing this is free, I could take a trip out with my 6' southern yankee. It'll hold 5-6 cases of butts at one time. won't know for sure till later in march what weekends I'll be vending.
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Unread 02-12-2009, 07:56 AM   #3
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thanks I'll keep in touch
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Let me know your dates I roadside vend 5 days a week you can use what ever you want if you can can it up here. I will have a BWS Competitor and profesional and a Meadow Creek PR60 pig cooker/grill at your disposal
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Sorry I'm so far away... I think it would be a blast just to see that much cooked!
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Sorry I'm so far away... I think it would be a blast just to see that much cooked!
Ya thats alot of farkin meat!! I haven't done an event that big yet.he will have his hands full and then some!!
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I'm stupid, I have no idea why I did this, but the end result could be great. I guess we will see.
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You may be running around like a one armed paper hanger but please have someone take pics.
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Thanks everyone
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From what I was told, the vending event has the potential to swallow this amount up.
Please be careful! I was told about such an event a few years ago. Live 8 in philadelphia. We cooked almost 6,000 lbs of pork. Sold less than a tenth of it. It was a very unpleasant experience...

I have a catering gig on June 13. If you can work around that, you are welcome to use my large Klose. It can do up to 950 lbs of pork at a time but works more efficiently with about 750-800 lbs.
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